Oct 20, 2022 • 9M

E54: Self-Help - From Corporate Spy to New Beginnings: How I Left the Spy Game - Robert Kerbeck (Author of RUSE and Former Corporate Spy)

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Paddy Dhanda
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⚡️ From Corporate Spy to New Beginnings: How I Left the Spy Game

The allure of a life as a corporate spy was attractive - the thought of being the master of deception, the thrill of the unknown, the potential to make a lot of money. But the reality of being a corporate spy was not what I imagined. I was ready to give it up, and so I did. In this episode, I'll share my story on how I left the world of corporate espionage and started my journey towards a new life.

Robert Kerbeck (Author of RUSE and Former Corporate Spy)

How I Gave Up Being A Corporate Spy | Robert Kerbeck (Author of RUSE and Former Corporate Spy) Robert Kerbeck's true crime memoir, RUSE: Lying the American Dream from Hollywood to Wall Street is a thrilling look into his career as a corporate spy. Frank Abagnale, author of Catch Me If You Can, said “Kerbeck has mastered the art of social engineering, or what he calls ‘rusing,’ and taken it to a whole new level.” Former CIA spy Valerie Plame said, “Successful spies are great storytellers and Robert Kerbeck ranks up there with the best of them.” Robert's previous book, MALIBU BURNING: The Real Story Behind LA's Most Devastating Wildfire, won a 2021 SoCal Journalism Award, a 2020 IPPY Award, and the 2020 Best of LA Award. Robert's essays and short stories have been featured in numerous magazines and literary journals, including Narratively, San Francisco Chronicle, Los Angeles Magazine, Los Angeles Times, and Shondaland. One of his stories was adapted into the award-winning film, Reconnected, which has appeared at film festivals worldwide. A lifetime member of The Actors Studio, Robert has worked extensively in theatre, film, and television, appearing in lead roles in major shows and earning several awards. A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, Robert resides in Malibu.

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