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Gary on Leadership P2

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I captured Gary speaking on Leadership, something on which he is fairly well versed. Back on March 17, I played the first part of this, and will have a few more segments over the next few months, but for now you will hear Brad Hawkins ask the questions (and I’m paraphrasing here): “The longer you do it, does Leadership become easier?”  And “What are the differences... read more

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Everyone Come Party

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Last week, Southwest Airlines served 68 cities across the country, this week were are up to 69! On May 23, Southwest launched service to Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport. But I have a feeling that this airport, not unlike LAX, will be referred to by its city code, not the actual name.  The city code is ECP and it is easy to remember since it allegedly stands... read more

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Fremont Street. Not just for Spirit Parties!

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If you heard the last episode of Red Belly Radio, you know it ended with me theorizing that downtown Las Vegas could be its own show. Well, as it worked out, I was at the Spirit Party last week and took a walk down the 1500 meters (the length of the world’s largest TV: Viva Vision) of Fremont Street. Hear my take on what makes downtown Las Vegas and Fremont Street great. Any... read more

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Welcome To “The Meadows”

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There are few places in this world that I like more than the city known as “The Meadows,” although you might know it by its Spanish pronunciation, “Las Vegas.” On this episode of Red Belly Radio, I fulfill a dream. It is a simple dream years in the making, but for some time, I’ve been wanting to record a drive up the Las Vegas strip. Record my thoughts about favorite... read more

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Project Panhandle

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You may have seen the video of the building of Florida One, but did you stop to think about how the plane was kept secret and got to Tampa? On this episode of Red Belly Radio, I interview Director Flight Safety, Captain Jeff Hamlett who was one of the pilots that flew the plane from its hiding place in Louisiana to the first stop on the all-city-tour of Florida. Some of the... read more

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Earth Day 101

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This is episode of Red Belly Radio is not so much about the 40th anniversary  of Earth Day but more about some of the actions Southwest Airlines is doing to conserve and recycle. The name comes from this being the 101st episode of Red Belly Radio, and not so much a first class about Earth Day.   I talk with Marilee Mcinnis, who has explains our efforts on our “Green... read more

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Five minutes with Herb—the first Five

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This episode of Red Belly Radio is of when I was recently lucky enough to be in the same room with Southwest Airlines founder and Chairman Emeritus Herb Kelleher.   I will be playing parts of this over the next several months so here’s the first installment. Questions answered include: Originally Southwest looked into flying the Lockheed Electra. What other aircraft did you... read more

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I See A Trend

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For the third time since I began Red Belly Radio, I am interviewing a celebrity chef. Even if you don’t, I see a trend. Long-time listeners may have heard Tom Colicchio from New York City, or Wolfgang Puck from 560 feet above downtown Dallas, now it is chef Tim Love’s turn. Chef/owner of Lonesome Dove Western Bistro in Fort Worth’s historic Stockyards. Tim was on Top... read more

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Sofia Proll and the iPhone App

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This is an encore edition from about a year ago. It still works. A lot of people might think the title of this blog sounds a bit like an Agatha Christie novel. Perhaps with enough time and effort it could become my first novel. Realistically? I have my doubts. Lots of story ideas come to me and some are short and some are longer. For this episode, Red Belly Radio comes in... read more

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Gary on Leadership

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On this episode of Red Belly Radio, our CEO, President, and Chairman of the Board, Gary speaks about Leadership—trust me on this, he knows a thing or two about it. Hear Gary answer the question: “How do you define Leadership?” and “What makes it most difficult to execute that philosophy?” I am also pleased to welcome all the Southwest Airlines employees who are... read more

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