This week on ‘The Moments That Made Me’, We have the incredible Larry King. Larry Is a world renowned Hair Stylist, who's clients include, Poppy Delevingne, Gigi Hadid, Niall Horan and David Gandy to name but a few. Larry also has his own hair care brand 'Larry King Hair' that is as cool as he is. Find out Larry's three amazing defining moments, as Roxie joins Larry at his salon in Notting Hill. ------ A Create Podcast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Listening With Curiosity With Larry King & Jim Kwik | Brain & Memory Motivational Speech
Get Jim Kwik's #1 New York Times & Wall Street Journal bestseller book as an Audiobook for free: Limitless: Upgrade Your Brain, Learn Anything Faster, and Unlock Your Exceptional Life Listen to this Audiobook for free: https://bit.ly/Limitless_Jim_Kwik_Audiobook Jim Kwik is an American entrepreneur. He is a brain coach, Mindwell trainer and is noted for his speed-reading and memory techniques. Jim is also the founder of Kwik Learning. He taught people how to learn something very fast, optimizing their brains for performance & memory improvement. For two decades, Jim Kwik Profile has worked as a brain coach to students, seniors, entrepreneurs, and teachers and advisor to many of the world's leading CEOs and celebrities. Get Premium Brain & Memory Related Audiobooks For Free: Memory Improvement Bundle: 5 in 1 Bundle - https://bit.ly/3zPDG1f The Memory Bible: 4 Books in 1 - https://bit.ly/37bG5r4 Bible-Based Affirmations to Improve Memory - https://bit.ly/2WsRTTs Super Learning: Increase Your Intelligence - https://bit.ly/3j2SSSb Moonwalking with Einstein - https://bit.ly/3ldWCTA What Every BODY is Saying - https://bit.ly/3zLN7Pe 100 Simple Things You Can Do To Prevent Alzheimer's - https://bit.ly/2UVYrtF BRAIN TRAINING & MEMORY IMPROVEMENT MASTERY - https://bit.ly/3BZK1ZS Brain Training & Mental Toughness - https://bit.ly/3rGtKEJ Brain Training Mastery - https://bit.ly/3x7QBKo Neuro-Philosophy and the Healthy Mind - https://bit.ly/3j2pUle PHOTOGRAPHIC MEMORY - https://bit.ly/2WCJnl5 BRAIN TRAINING - https://bit.ly/3yfRySj BRAIN TRAINING PHOTOGRAPHIC MEMORY - https://bit.ly/2UVwWjT Dark Psychology and Manipulation - https://bit.ly/2WCSa6w SPEED READING: Increase your reading speed - https://bit.ly/2Vkv9oa SPEED READING MASTERY - https://bit.ly/3yf8RCY BRAIN TRAINING AND SPEED READING MASTERY - https://bit.ly/3yelP3Q THE 3 HOUR SPEED READING BOOK - https://bit.ly/3x81GuU MANIPULATION MASTERY - https://bit.ly/3BSx0BD ACCELERATED LEARNING - https://bit.ly/3C6qp6L Visit: Motivationalspeech.XYZ . Disclaimer: This podcast is directly collected from Jim Kwik's youtube channel, and he has all the rights to this content. We publish his content for educational purposes. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/motivationly/support
Ep 45 – Larry King: Get Your Financial House In Order –– With Megan Gorman
In this episode, David Lenok, senior editor at WealthManagement.com, speaks with returning guest Megan Gorman of Chequers Financial Management about the issues surrounding the celebrity estate of none other than legendary talk show host Larry King. There was an estate plan, multiple children from multiple marriages, a holographic will written after filing for divorce, and then Larry’s untimely death due to COVID-19 in 2021. David and Megan could talk for days about this celebrity estate. Listen in while they try to sort through this currently active family-court fight. In this episode, you will learn: What is a holographic will How the state in which you live and die plays a vital role in how your estate is handled What’s involved in differentiating between community properties and separate properties The importance of documenting your intentions when divorcing And more! Get inspiration from Larry King’s story to get your house in order! Resources: WealthManagement.com | The Wealth Intersection | Chequers Financial Management “Getting your house in order and reducing the confusion gives you more control over your life. Personal organization somehow releases or frees you to operate more effectively.” — Larry King
689 - Goodbye to Larry King with Cal Fussman (Part 2): Path to THE Storyteller
The James Altucher Show
IF you're listening to this episode, make sure you also listen to Episode 688: Goodbye to Larry King with Cal Fussman (Part 1): 1 Step Back, 2 Steps Forward. This is Part 2 of Cal Fussman telling his experience and stories with Larry King. In this episode, Cal describes how he went on his journey to become one of Larry King's close and best friends. From being invited to the breakfast table to writing a book for Larry. He also describes how he was encouraged by Larry, and become the great storyteller that he is today! On a side note, Cal also did an obituary for Larry King on this podcast. It's called Larry King: The Great Farewell. Make sure you go check it out as well. I write about all my podcasts! Check out the full post and learn what I learned at jamesaltucher.com/podcast. Thanks so much for listening! If you like this episode, please subscribe to “The James Altucher Show” and rate and review wherever you get your podcasts: Apple Podcasts Stitcher iHeart Radio Spotify Follow me on Social Media: YouTube Twitter Facebook LinkedinSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
688 - Goodbye to Larry King with Cal Fussman (Part 1): Every Step Back, Is a Step Forward
The James Altucher Show
Cal Fussman, an American journalist, author, and the host of Big Questions Podcast with Cal Fussman, arguably one of Larry King's best friends, especially towards his later year. They have breakfast every morning for 13 years until the lockdown for Covid19 happened. Even then, Cal still tried to get together with Larry as much as he can. Larry has done more than 60,000 interviews, and he's the legend of the Radio host. So when I heard about Larry's past away, I have to call up Cal, other than catching up with him, I also want to learn everything about Larry. His origin story, his life, and his storytelling style! On a side note, Cal also did an obituary for Larry King on this podcast. It's called Larry King: The Great Farewell. Make sure you go check it out as well. I write about all my podcasts! Check out the full post and learn what I learned at jamesaltucher.com/podcast. Thanks so much for listening! If you like this episode, please subscribe to “The James Altucher Show” and rate and review wherever you get your podcasts: Apple Podcasts Stitcher iHeart Radio Spotify Follow me on Social Media: YouTube Twitter FacebookSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
No one could shmooze quite like Larry King. He turned it into an art, and turned himself into a legendary broadcaster. He often didn't prepare for his interviews (more than 50,000 over the course of his career), instead engaging in curious, casual conversation that got his guests telling stories. But here you get to hear his stories... hilarious stories about growing up in Brooklyn, and about his earliest days breaking into radio and television.
“THE KING IS DEAD… LONG LIVE THE KING!” (12 Things I learned from Larry King that changed my life.)
Rob Morgan Is A Curious Person
A mentor of mine passed away this weekend. He was 87 and possibly the most curious person of all time. He made a living by talking, but would constantly tell me things like, “I never learn a thing while I’m talking. I realize every morning that nothing I say today will teach me anything, so if I’m going to learn a lot today, I’ll have to do it by listening.” He changed my life in more ways than one and he’s the reason I had the confidence to start my podcast, but here’s the strangest part about our relationship… I never met the man. https://www.thecuriouspod.com/questions/larryking
After having breakfast with the iconic broadcaster almost every day for more than a decade, Cal has no choice but to produce Larry King’s obituary. He uses Larry’s own voice to explain how Larry became a master of communication and connection, and explains why the world will never see another like him. Show Notes: Cal’s favorite Larry King story. 00:11 Why Larry King is so important. 04:58 The day Larry King’s father died. 06:21 Larry’s tough upbringing. 08:15 Larry’s love for radio. 08:40 Larry’s love for The Brooklyn Dodgers. 09:01 Larry’s Gil Moppo story as told to Jimmy Fallon. 09:20 Why Larry didn’t end up binding hats. 18:20 Patterns relating to iconic success. 18:56 How Larry got into broadcasting. 19:15 Larry arrives in Miami with less than $20 in his wallet. 19:34 Larry finds his first radio station. 19:49 Larry tells the story of being nervous on his first day on the air. 20:33 How Larry Zeiger got his radio name. 20:46 The birth of Larry’s interviewing style. 24:01 Larry tells the classic story of his first interview with Frank Sinatra. 25:23 How Larry could make a question disappear. 31:21 How Larry got fired. 34:59 The day Larry was down to $48 and won $11,000 at the track. 36:17 What Larry was most proud of about himself. 41:03 How Larry’s misadventures played into his interviewing style. 41:42 How Larry got his all-night radio show across America. 42:07 How Larry’s style connected with everybody. 42:35 How Larry met Ted Turner on his pathway to CNN. 42:59 Larry’s first night on CNN with New York Governor Mario Cuomo. 43:38 How Larry mesmerized Americans and the world for eight hours a day. 44:06 Larry’s best advice: Every setback is a step forward. 44:30 Larry’s heart attack, after smoking 3 packs a day for 37 years. 44:38 When Larry found out his heart surgeon had only nine fingers. 45:00 How Larry saved thousands of lives with his cardiac foundation 46:05 How Larry influenced a presidential election with one question. 46:38 Cal shows up at breakfast to help Larry write his autobiography. 48:11 Cal talks about how Larry mentored him. 48:26 Larry talks about Cal passing on his legacy. 49:32 Cal describes what made Larry so great. 50:00 Breakfast at Nate n Al’s. 50:36 The hardest part of getting old is seeing your friends pass away. 52:56 Fighting death with humor. 53:45 Larry thinks about freezing himself. 54:11Larry is avalanched by health problems. 54:50 Larry discusses not being able to walk. 55:14 Covid was the worst thing that could happen to Larry. 55:37 Larry gets the answer to his final question. 57:20 Summing up with Larry’s influence. 57:35. Why there will never be another Larry King. 58:45 People Mentioned: Larry KingHarry BelafonteRichard NixonRobert TaylorJimmy FallonGil Moppo MermelsteinHerbie “The Negotiator” CohenBrazzi AbbateEngelbert HumperdinkArthur GodfreyBobby DarinJimmy HoffaJackie GleasonFrank SinatraJim MahoneyJim GarrisonLou WolfsonTed TurnerMario CuomoEverett KoopDr. Wayne IsomOJ SimpsonGeorge H.W. BushBill ClintonRoss PerotMike WallaceRobert KraftJay LenoSid YoungAndy KingChaia KingChance KingDonald TrumpMark TwainGreg Christensen
Hank Aaron, Larry King, Joe Exotic, Super Bowl LV and more.
The Steve Harvey Morning Show
Good morning and welcome to the ride! Shirley tells us how she feels now that she is not dependent on TV. The Chief Love Officer has a couple of fun topics to tackle. They are good riddance and hearing tests. One of the complaints inside The Jackpot Joint of Jerusalem revolves around Sister Vershinda and her glory. Over the weekend we lost two legends. Our prayers and condolences go to the families of Hank Aaron and Larry King. Fool #2 has questions that will let you know if you should receive a Black card. Joe Exotic is livid that 45 ignored his pardon request. The Super Bowl is set! Tampa Bay will play at home as they face Kansas City February 7th. The show stealer from the 2021 Inauguration has books that are topping Amazon's sales charts. Congrats!!! Inside Comedy Roulette, the comedians give us the things people say when you bring up something they did wrong to you. The crew wrap up the show with hope for the future and they all acknowledge the presence of Bernie Sanders. LMBAO!!! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com