Business in China, Feeling Unique, Kids Being GoodThe Matt Townsend Show
- Jan 24, 2017
How Western companies can succeed in China (18:28) Dr. Jonathan Brookfield is an Adjunct Associate Professor at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University and an Associate in Research at the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies at Harvard. He teaches classes on strategic management, international business, the political economy and business environments of greater China, privatization, nationalization, and the boundary between State and private sector, and business groups in Asia. The population of China is currently at 1.3 billion people, which is massive compared to the United States’ 319 million population. Western companies have been trying to break in the Chinese market for over a half a century because more consumers means more money. But Western company’s enthusiasm for China has seemingly slowed down over the past couple years. Dr. Jonathan Brookfield explains US Companies relationship with China. Feeling Unique in a Big World (1:10:13) Jessie Shepherd, MA, LCMHC is a Mental Health Counselor and owner of Blue Clover Therapy in Salt Lake City, Utah. Her focus is treating trauma, eating disorders and adjustment issues in adults, adolescents, children and their families. In a world filled with Instagram selfies and facebook likes, it can be easy to get lost. We are told that in order to be successful, we need to be well-liked, innovative, and unique. With so many demands on our time and sometimes unrealistic expectations, how is it that we stand out? Jessie Shepherd talks more about how we can confident in a world where nobody really feels special. “Catch” your child being good (1:47:44) Julie Nelson (the "Child Whisperer") has a master's degree in Marriage, Family, and Human Development. She teaches classes such as Applied Parenting and Marriage and Relationship Skills at Utah Valley University. Julie has written two books about parenting including Keep it Real and Grab a Plunger. Julie with some ideas on how to “Catch” your child being good. Show More...