The latest episode of our Fielding Voices podcast features an interview with alum Randall Bell, PhD, whom the Los Angeles times dubs “The Master of Disaster.”
An economist who appraises damage at horrific disasters and crime scenes, Bell has consulted on the ruins of the World Trade Center, the aftermath of the BP oil spill, and cases from Hurricane Katrina to Sandy Hook Elementary School.
He has also turned 25 years of research into a self-help book, Rich Habits Rich Life, about the four habits that breed success.
Fielding Voices producer and fellow Fielding alum Don Blohowiak asks Bell the question: How does a life steeped in loss give rise to a prescription for growth?
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