May 1, 2001
Recycling: we think of bottles and cans, maybe putting the newspapers out once a week for pick-up, and that's that.  But what about the bigger things, like buildings and industrial sites? How do we recycle these?  That's architect Bill McDonough's job. He'll tell us about building with foresight and recycling on a grand scale, on today's show.

The interior of your car may influence your mood and how you drive.  Author Mary Lambert talks with Todd about feng shui for your car. She explains how extra clutter will impede the smooth flow of "chi" in a car, which is necessary for a balance of energy. Her book is "Cleaning the Clutter for Good Feng Shui."

The best way to lead a group, says Michael Useem, is to be calm and confident.  Useem explains how to teach students to become leaders. He talks about taking Business School graduates trekking in Nepal and training at Quantico Marine Base so they can practice team-leading strategies in real life situations.  Useem is Professor of Management at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

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