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Remarkable Truth About Mental Toughness and Effective Leadership

Mental toughness is a phrase that triggers unflattering business stereotypes in your head. But today’s guest claims it’s a skill that every executive, manager and entrepreneur really needs. Join host Hanna Hasl-Kelchner as she welcomes mental toughness expert LaRae Quy to find out what in the world she’s talking about.
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Former FBI agent and author of “Secrets of A Strong Mind” joins Dov on The Accidental Guru Radio Show

You will be riveted as you tune into this episode of Dov Baron’s Accidental Guru Show. My guest this week spent 24 years in the FBI and most of it undercover bringing down criminal organizations and even turning spies into double agents.


LaRae Quy on the Iron Jen Radio Show: How to Get Along with Co-workers Who Are Losers

LaRae Quy was an undercover and counterintelligence FBI agent for 25 years. She exposed foreign spies and recruited them to work for the U.S. Government. As an FBI agent, she learned about surviving in an environment of risk, uncertainty, and deception. Faced with stressful and fast-moving situations, she needed to over obstacles and break through barriers if she was to succeed.


The Osgood File
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Special Agent LaRae Quy

Special Agent LaRae Quy discusses the FBI’s role in capturing Joe Morrow in the Philippines at a press conference as Menlo Park police Chief Chris Boyd listens.

The WallStreet Journal
Boardroom Fallout
Dunn Resigns as H-P Chairman Amid Furor Over Phone Probes
CEO Hurd to Take Her Post; California’s Lockyer Warns Insiders May Be Charged Role of a Boston Investigator
By PETER WALDMAN and JOANN S. LUBLIN
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Hewlett-Packard Co. named Chief Executive Officer Mark Hurd to succeed its embattled
chairman, but the computer maker faced a graver legal threat as California’s attorney general said
he has enough evidence to bring criminal charges against people at the company.

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The San Francisco Chronicle
FBI warns of major summer attack

Political conventions, Olympics tempting targets for terrorists

Charlie Goodyear, Chronicle Staff Writer

The FBI says it will issue an alert today to thousands of police departments warning of new and
credible intelligence that suggests al Qaeda or other terrorists will attempt a major attack in the
United States this summer.

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The Oakland Tribune
Even in the midst of gunfire, FBI agents give public an insiders view

Simon Read, STAFF WRITER

DUBLIN — Under the cover of sniper fire and the detonation of flash-bang grenades, six members of an
FBI assault team took out half a dozen crazed gunmen holding hostages behind Santa Rita jail Friday
morning. The raid — carried out amidst smoke and a hail of well-placed gunfire — was over in minutes.
The FBI snterrorists.

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The New York Times
Ruined Friendship Could Imperil Bonds

By DUFF WILSON

The former best friend and business partner of Barry Bonds has
told federal investigators that Bonds was a heavy steroids user and flew into “roid rages,” his
lawyer, Michael Cardoza, said yesterday.

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The Wall Street Journal
Hard Sell — A Muslim’s Choice: Turn U.S. Informant Or Risk Losing Visa

By Peter Waldman, The Wall Street Journa
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Last November, when Yassine Ouassif crossed into Champlain, N.Y., from Canada, border agents questioned him for several hours. Then they took away his green card and sent him home to San Francisco by bus, with strict instructions: As soon as he got there, he was to call a man named Dan.

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