Laura Bonarrigo tackles the “D” word and ten commandments for business with actor/lawyer/author Jeff B. Cohen [August 7, 2015]
FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 2015 (6pm ET/3pm PT). Americans are in love with weddings. But what happens after the love is gone when so many marriages end in the “D” word? Actress turned divorce coach Laura Bonarrigo is here with advice on what you can do to cope with divorce. Then, you may know him best as “Chunk” from The Goonies, but Jeff B. Cohen is now a high-profile attorney with a new book that is a must-read for anyone in the business world. Kroll Call is hosted by Dan J Kroll.
From 1991 to 1999 Laura Bonarrigo played Cassie Cramer Reynolds Callison Coronal Buchanan Carpenter Buchanan on ABC’s One Life to Life. The long name should tell you that her alter ego was very well versed in the art of marriage — and divorce. She now uses her experience as an actress, life coach, and wearing seven wedding dresses to help individuals going through divorce. Who do you want to be during and after your divorce? And with many people fearing change, how can you survive the emotional roller coaster generated by the uncertainty and change brought on by divorce?
Then, you may remember a teenage Jeff B. Cohen as “Chunk” from the classic 1980s film The Goonies. Jeff is now a prominent transactional attorney and co-founder of Beverly Hills-based Cohen Gardner LLP. As a distinguished lecturer and writer, Jeff has penned The Dealmaker’s Ten Commandments: Ten Essential Tools for Business Forged in the Trenches of Hollywood, available in hardcover, electronic, and audio book formats. While the book may have been a result of Jeff’s experiences in Hollywood, the lessons shared are for anyone working in the business world.
Kroll Call airs every Friday at 6pm Eastern/3pm Pacific, and anytime on demand at krollcall.com. Free podcast downloads are available on iTunes and the Voice America Talk Radio Network. Kroll Call is hosted by Internet pioneer and personality Dan J Kroll, who developed the most widely read soap opera web site, soapcentral.com — a site that has been going strong since 1995.
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