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News Talk Radio 77 WABC - The Charlie Harary Show (the “Show”) is a weekly radio “magazine” show that will cover key stories from a wide range of current events. The Show will cover general news, business news and personal interest stories. It will combine facts, analysis, commentary, interviews, and special features. The mission of the Show is to tease out key lessons that will equip the listeners with the tools to better understand the particular issues and, more importantly, to see how such lessons can be applied to enhance their lives. The Show will challenge viewers’ preconceived notions, ponder difficult subjects, deliver the news in a refreshing way and tell human stories in a compelling way.

Latest Episodes

Taking People at Their Actions and Not at Their Words

What are your words worth? People often talk and make promises but don't back it up with actions. This week we take a deeper look at the GOP debates, on value of words and how to tell if someone is for real or if it’s all talk. 92% of Americans are unable to keep to their New Year’s Resolutions — listen in to learn how you could be part of the 8% who do. See how your relationships and accomplishments change once you treat your “words as bonds”.

56 MIN2015 DEC 22
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Taking People at Their Actions and Not at Their Words

Dealing With Problems Head On

The recent attack in San Bernardino makes it clear — Terrorism is now a hometown problem. Join Charlie as he takes a deeper look at the roots and extent of religious hatred and how the very liberties that we stand for are what put us at risk. Find out how Obama blamed the attack on gun control, and how self justification ultimately does more damage than good. We need to face our issues head on because if we don’t, it’ll comes back to bit us.

56 MIN2015 DEC 15
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Dealing With Problems Head On

Filling the Gap Between Perceptions and Reality

Called “The worlds most altruistic boss “, Dan Price has been praised for setting the minimum wage in his company to $70,000 and fighting against income inequality. Recent reports show that he may not be as altruistic as he seems. Time and again we learn that things aren’t how they seems and people aren’t truly how they appear to be. Why do we have such a skewed vision of reality? Listen in as Charlie discusses this and the power of Facebook depression, the science behind motivating others to have happier lives and the need for validation.

55 MIN2015 DEC 8
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Filling the Gap Between Perceptions and Reality

The Hero Within: The Untold Stories of Heroism when Terrorism Strikes

What makes a hero? In this episode we delve into the greatness of the human spirit. When terror strikes, when faced with a crisis, ordinary individuals step up and show their true selves. Where does this come from? How do we tap into this? And how far does it go? We examine the recent Paris attacks and speak with terror survivor Sarri Singer to see what makes regular individuals step up and heed the call.

56 MIN2015 DEC 2
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The Hero Within: The Untold Stories of Heroism when Terrorism Strikes

The Secret to True Happiness

Mom was right — it’s important to be grateful. Studies show that 40% of the difference between how happy you are and how happy the person next to you is comes down to gratitude. In this episode, we talk with Janice Kaplan, author ofThe Gratitude Diariesas she describes the impact her New Year’s Eve resolution, to be more grateful, had on her life. We hear from Dr. Emiliana R. Simon-Thomas Ph.D.,as she explains the latest edge research on how gratitude molds your mind and improves your physical health. The episode concludes with practical steps to implement more gratitude in our lives even if we feel that we have little to be grateful for. Happiness doesn’t depend on whats going on out there, its whats going on right here in your mind.

56 MIN2015 DEC 2
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The Secret to True Happiness

How to Turn Obstacles into Opportunities

Veterans are the unsung heroes of our country. They teach bravery, courage, and sacrifice. They show us how to push ourselves beyond what we think possible. Former Sergeant Noah Galloway joins us for a special Veterans Day edition. Galloway has inspired millions through the story of his life. In 2003, Noah was in Iraq when a roadside bomb nearly killed him and left him with his right arm and leg. Upon his return, he suffered from depression and worst of all, hopelessness. But Noah found a way to overcome his challenges and is now a personal trainer, motivational speaker,Dancing with the Starscompetitor, and face of a special edition of Armitron watches. Noah shares with us his personal giving us insight as to how each of us can become a greater and deeper person because of your challenges, not despite them.

55 MIN2015 NOV 16
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How to Turn Obstacles into Opportunities

Gaining a Frame of Reference as a Pathway to Success

What is the fundamental issue that inhibits success and why do our policies and efforts for peace keep failing? This week we examine the greatest impetus to success: gaining a frame of reference. This week marked the 36th anniversary of the Iran Hostage Crisis, and the shift in the diplomatic relations to what it is today. We take a look at our foreign policy with Iran since the conflict and identify it’s underpinnings. Special guest, Brian Kilmeade of Fox News joins in discussing why and how history is once more repeating itself and how sharing a frame of reference is the key factor to conflict resolution. Communication is not about talking, it’s about listening. Putting ourselves in another’s frame of reference gives us the insight we need in order to take the next step and make proper decisions.

55 MIN2015 NOV 11
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Gaining a Frame of Reference as a Pathway to Success

Power of Believing in Yourself: How Mental Fortitude Overrides Physical Ability

What’s driving you -- results or approval? On this week’s radio show, we delve into the greatest catalyst of success: believing in yourself.More than talent, having the mental strength to believe in yourself regardless of what others say or of your life circumstances is what takes a person from being average to being great.So how powerful is this “I can” mentality? We look at they stories of NY Mets’ Daniel Murphy, presidential candidates Ben Carson, Marco Rubio, and Bernie Sanders, to see how they overcame their obstacles and beat the odds to be where they are today.Our guest this week is Hollywood Animator and Director Saul Blinkoff who shares his personal story of pursuing his dream, even after failing over and over to becoming the success he is today.

55 MIN2015 NOV 3
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Power of Believing in Yourself: How Mental Fortitude Overrides Physical Ability

“It’s Now or Never”: Why Joe Biden isn’t Running For President and How to Capitalize on Life’s Opportunities With Dr. Hananya Dahan

This week we’re taking a deeper look at what drove Vice President Joe Biden’s decision not to run for President of the United States. Did Hillary Clinton’s success at the Democratic Debate scare supporters? As Joe Biden himself put it, “We’re out of time”. How come some of us are able to capitalize on opportunities while others lose out? Is the age-old saying “You snooze, you lose” true? Dr. Hananya Dahan, the senior consultant of a national health care firm joins Charlie in discussing how to can capitalize on opportunities that come our way. Dahan also tells us what his personal process was like and what let to his success. Once-in-a-lifetime opportunities come at inopportune times. Tune in to hear how to identify and take advantage of these opportunities and thereby have a more successful life.

55 MIN2015 OCT 27
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“It’s Now or Never”: Why Joe Biden isn’t Running For President and How to Capitalize on Life’s Opportunities With Dr. Hananya Dahan

The Underlying Cause of the Anti Israel Bias and Our Own Cognitive Bias

If you follow the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict it’s hard not to notice an anti-Israel slant on so many media outlets. Where did it come from? In this week’s show we explore the underlying cause of this bias, and the impact that it has on reporting the “facts”. Bias is something that exists outside of the media and is in every one of our lives. In the second half of the show we explore the impact of cognitive bias in our lives. Guest Dr. Jeff Gardere, “America’s Psychologist”, explains how our cognitive bias forms and shares practical tools on how to overcome it. You may not even realize how much your mental filter is impacting your life. This show helps you identify you biases so that you can clear them away.

55 MIN2015 OCT 19
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The Underlying Cause of the Anti Israel Bias and Our Own Cognitive Bias

Latest Episodes

Taking People at Their Actions and Not at Their Words

What are your words worth? People often talk and make promises but don't back it up with actions. This week we take a deeper look at the GOP debates, on value of words and how to tell if someone is for real or if it’s all talk. 92% of Americans are unable to keep to their New Year’s Resolutions — listen in to learn how you could be part of the 8% who do. See how your relationships and accomplishments change once you treat your “words as bonds”.

56 MIN2015 DEC 22
Comments
Taking People at Their Actions and Not at Their Words

Dealing With Problems Head On

The recent attack in San Bernardino makes it clear — Terrorism is now a hometown problem. Join Charlie as he takes a deeper look at the roots and extent of religious hatred and how the very liberties that we stand for are what put us at risk. Find out how Obama blamed the attack on gun control, and how self justification ultimately does more damage than good. We need to face our issues head on because if we don’t, it’ll comes back to bit us.

56 MIN2015 DEC 15
Comments
Dealing With Problems Head On

Filling the Gap Between Perceptions and Reality

Called “The worlds most altruistic boss “, Dan Price has been praised for setting the minimum wage in his company to $70,000 and fighting against income inequality. Recent reports show that he may not be as altruistic as he seems. Time and again we learn that things aren’t how they seems and people aren’t truly how they appear to be. Why do we have such a skewed vision of reality? Listen in as Charlie discusses this and the power of Facebook depression, the science behind motivating others to have happier lives and the need for validation.

55 MIN2015 DEC 8
Comments
Filling the Gap Between Perceptions and Reality

The Hero Within: The Untold Stories of Heroism when Terrorism Strikes

What makes a hero? In this episode we delve into the greatness of the human spirit. When terror strikes, when faced with a crisis, ordinary individuals step up and show their true selves. Where does this come from? How do we tap into this? And how far does it go? We examine the recent Paris attacks and speak with terror survivor Sarri Singer to see what makes regular individuals step up and heed the call.

56 MIN2015 DEC 2
Comments
The Hero Within: The Untold Stories of Heroism when Terrorism Strikes

The Secret to True Happiness

Mom was right — it’s important to be grateful. Studies show that 40% of the difference between how happy you are and how happy the person next to you is comes down to gratitude. In this episode, we talk with Janice Kaplan, author ofThe Gratitude Diariesas she describes the impact her New Year’s Eve resolution, to be more grateful, had on her life. We hear from Dr. Emiliana R. Simon-Thomas Ph.D.,as she explains the latest edge research on how gratitude molds your mind and improves your physical health. The episode concludes with practical steps to implement more gratitude in our lives even if we feel that we have little to be grateful for. Happiness doesn’t depend on whats going on out there, its whats going on right here in your mind.

56 MIN2015 DEC 2
Comments
The Secret to True Happiness

How to Turn Obstacles into Opportunities

Veterans are the unsung heroes of our country. They teach bravery, courage, and sacrifice. They show us how to push ourselves beyond what we think possible. Former Sergeant Noah Galloway joins us for a special Veterans Day edition. Galloway has inspired millions through the story of his life. In 2003, Noah was in Iraq when a roadside bomb nearly killed him and left him with his right arm and leg. Upon his return, he suffered from depression and worst of all, hopelessness. But Noah found a way to overcome his challenges and is now a personal trainer, motivational speaker,Dancing with the Starscompetitor, and face of a special edition of Armitron watches. Noah shares with us his personal giving us insight as to how each of us can become a greater and deeper person because of your challenges, not despite them.

55 MIN2015 NOV 16
Comments
How to Turn Obstacles into Opportunities

Gaining a Frame of Reference as a Pathway to Success

What is the fundamental issue that inhibits success and why do our policies and efforts for peace keep failing? This week we examine the greatest impetus to success: gaining a frame of reference. This week marked the 36th anniversary of the Iran Hostage Crisis, and the shift in the diplomatic relations to what it is today. We take a look at our foreign policy with Iran since the conflict and identify it’s underpinnings. Special guest, Brian Kilmeade of Fox News joins in discussing why and how history is once more repeating itself and how sharing a frame of reference is the key factor to conflict resolution. Communication is not about talking, it’s about listening. Putting ourselves in another’s frame of reference gives us the insight we need in order to take the next step and make proper decisions.

55 MIN2015 NOV 11
Comments
Gaining a Frame of Reference as a Pathway to Success

Power of Believing in Yourself: How Mental Fortitude Overrides Physical Ability

What’s driving you -- results or approval? On this week’s radio show, we delve into the greatest catalyst of success: believing in yourself.More than talent, having the mental strength to believe in yourself regardless of what others say or of your life circumstances is what takes a person from being average to being great.So how powerful is this “I can” mentality? We look at they stories of NY Mets’ Daniel Murphy, presidential candidates Ben Carson, Marco Rubio, and Bernie Sanders, to see how they overcame their obstacles and beat the odds to be where they are today.Our guest this week is Hollywood Animator and Director Saul Blinkoff who shares his personal story of pursuing his dream, even after failing over and over to becoming the success he is today.

55 MIN2015 NOV 3
Comments
Power of Believing in Yourself: How Mental Fortitude Overrides Physical Ability

“It’s Now or Never”: Why Joe Biden isn’t Running For President and How to Capitalize on Life’s Opportunities With Dr. Hananya Dahan

This week we’re taking a deeper look at what drove Vice President Joe Biden’s decision not to run for President of the United States. Did Hillary Clinton’s success at the Democratic Debate scare supporters? As Joe Biden himself put it, “We’re out of time”. How come some of us are able to capitalize on opportunities while others lose out? Is the age-old saying “You snooze, you lose” true? Dr. Hananya Dahan, the senior consultant of a national health care firm joins Charlie in discussing how to can capitalize on opportunities that come our way. Dahan also tells us what his personal process was like and what let to his success. Once-in-a-lifetime opportunities come at inopportune times. Tune in to hear how to identify and take advantage of these opportunities and thereby have a more successful life.

55 MIN2015 OCT 27
Comments
“It’s Now or Never”: Why Joe Biden isn’t Running For President and How to Capitalize on Life’s Opportunities With Dr. Hananya Dahan

The Underlying Cause of the Anti Israel Bias and Our Own Cognitive Bias

If you follow the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict it’s hard not to notice an anti-Israel slant on so many media outlets. Where did it come from? In this week’s show we explore the underlying cause of this bias, and the impact that it has on reporting the “facts”. Bias is something that exists outside of the media and is in every one of our lives. In the second half of the show we explore the impact of cognitive bias in our lives. Guest Dr. Jeff Gardere, “America’s Psychologist”, explains how our cognitive bias forms and shares practical tools on how to overcome it. You may not even realize how much your mental filter is impacting your life. This show helps you identify you biases so that you can clear them away.

55 MIN2015 OCT 19
Comments
The Underlying Cause of the Anti Israel Bias and Our Own Cognitive Bias