Clarence Greenwood AKA Citizen Cope is a songwriter, producer and performer. In between dates at the Belly Up, in Aspen, Cope dropped in to talk with Lance. They both talked about their experiences of growing up without a father present and the impact of how they parent. Cope's experience with the Turn Around Arts program in DC. And closing with a couple of live songs.
Charif Souki is an Egyptian-born American businessman who co-founded and was CEO of Cheniere Energy, an oil and gas company specializing in liquefied natural gas. In 2013 he was the highest-paid chief executive officer in the United States. Charif and Lance caught up to talk: moving forward, being fired from the company he founded, supporting Hillary Clinton, and more.
Ryan Holiday is a best selling author who has written: "Trust Me I'm Lying", "Ego is the Enemy" and his latest "Perennial Seller." Lance caught up with Ryan in Austin to talk: marketing a book, stoicism, speaking to sports teams, the Gawker fallout and their shared passion for Iron Maiden.
Kenny Dichter is a serial entrepreneur who is the current CEO of Wheels Up, a membership-based private aviation company. In the past he has founded many companies including: Alphabet City Sports Records, Marquis Jets, and Tequila Avión. Kenny stopped by Lance’s to catch up on: business, running the New York Marathon, starting a tequila company, and much more.
David Granger is best known for his work as editor-in-chief at the magazine Esquire from 1997-2016. During his time there, he led the publication to digital success in a time where most magazines saw heavy declines in readership. David stopped by Lance’s to talk: what’s next for him, his methodology as an editor, golfing with Donald Trump and more.