Make sure you don't miss a single issue, by signing up for the In Focus newsletter.
[Joe Bublé] Twenty two years.
[Joe Bublé] From my parents — treat everyone the way you want to be treated and become indispensable – to which I would add, and then train someone to replace yourself.
[Joe Bublé] By listening, understanding what they are really asking about, and then trying to solve the problem.
[Joe Bublé] Fear of unknown problems – what are the things they should be thinking about or addressing but are not even aware of?
[Joe Bublé] Spending time with my wife, Roberta, and daughter, Courtney; traveling, especially to places like Gettysburg, Normandy, and Bastogne, and to the casinos of Las Vegas; going to concerts; reading; and playing ice hockey, until I retired some years ago.
I majored in accounting because you could apply to the FBI with an accounting degree-- but you needed to wait until age 24 to apply, so I worked for an accounting firm right out of college.