Depth in Relationship with Dick Foth

The Guys Like Us is joined with Dick Foth, who is an author, storyteller, and speaker. Dick’s earliest memory at the early age of three in New York City, watching a parade for Dwight D. Eisenhower, Supreme Allied Commander coming back from Europe. From this moment, Dick explored the world, setting sail for India, where he’d spend some of his formative years. In this episode, you’ll see the bold curiosity and courageousness that Dick embodies. We discuss his time working with people in places of power in Washington, D.C. The Attorney General and the head of the Navy, became his two best friends! Dick details his passion for storytelling, and the place that he starts the conversation. His approach is much more conducive to developing a good relationship than bringing up divisive topics. Before we make a judgment, let’s get to know the other. How do we flourish our relationships? Hear how Dick has maintained and developed long relationships through the years. Finally, he explains the need for authentic and deep relationships, exploring how we are known, rather than what we are not. You can find his book, “Known: Finding Deep Friendships in a Shallow World,” on Amazon or at

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