Dean Peter Henry shares lessons from emerging markets, from his book, "Turnaround"
— April 26, 2013
Excerpt from WNYC -- "I intentially used the term 'third world' because I wanted to point out that one of the things that we need to do in order to get back on track and start living up to our potential is to have the humility to learn lessons from what are now emerging markets. And it's important to understand that during the 1970s, places like China, Brazil, Chile, South Korea, they were all third world countries. But they used discipline... to turn around their economies and become today's emerging markets."