Felix Salmon on The Phoenix Economy <br> and the World after COVID
Felix Salmon, a renowned financial journalist and author of “The Phoenix Economy”, shares his insights on the lasting effects of the pandemic on the economy and society, and explains how entrepreneurs can navigate this changing landscape.
Sebastian Errazuris Decodes AI
In this episode of FOMO Sapiens, visionary Chilean designer Sebastian Errazuriz discusses the impact of generative AI on art and commerce, exploring the opportunities and challenges presented by this technology.
Sheena Iyengar on How to Think Bigger
Columbia Business School professor Sheena Iyengar talks about her latest book, “Think Bigger,” which features insights and advice from successful entrepreneurs. Iyengar shares stories and strategies from the book, emphasizing the importance of creativity, risk-taking, and resilience in entrepreneurship.
Jonah Berger on the Power of Words
Wharton professor Jonah Berger talks about his latest book, “Magic Words” and breaks down the psychology behind seven words that can inspire action and influence behavior, while providing practical tips for using them effectively.
Navigating Life’s Inflection Points
Matt Spielman, seasoned executive turned executive coach, discusses how to navigate inflection points in life, and unlock our potential through his Game Plan System.
How the Lure of FOMO in Extreme Sports <br> Can Lead to Extreme Disaster
Explore the perilous intersection of FOMO and adventure sports as Michael Wejchert shares his harrowing story of survival in ‘Hidden Mountains”.
Steven Kotler <br> on Aging Like a FOMO Sapiens
Unlock the secrets to powerful aging with peak performance expert and prolific best selling author Steven Kotler.
Burn the Boats: Unleashing Fearless Entrepreneurship <br> with Matt Higgins
Venture capitalist and Guest Shark Matt Higgins talks about his new book about fearless entrepreneurship, Burn the Boats.
Morra Aarons-Mele and the Anxious Overachiever
Author and Podcaster Morra Aaron-Mele on How to Overcome Anxiety and Even Use it for Good.
Gallup’s Jon Clifton on Why So Many People Are Unhappy
What Gallup’s Research Tells Us About Why So Many People Are Unhappy – and What We Can Do About It.