Andrew Yang is Back <br>& He’s Running for Mayor!

From a non-profit start-up to the national political stage, Andrew Yang is not your typical mayoral candidate. After raising nearly $40M in grassroots efforts and outlasting career politicians in the 2020 presidential race, Andrew Yang is focusing on revitalizing and rebuilding New York City after a devastating pandemic that wounded the city, in some ways, […]

How to use Tech to Take Your <br> Business to the Next Level

From a series of startups to the giant Amazon Web Services, this week’s guest, Jeff Lawson, CEO of Twilio and author of the new book Ask Your Developer: How to Harness the Power of Software Developers and Win in the 21st Century, has figured out a way to bridge the divide between developers and business […]

Diversify and Thrive <br> with Sami Gayle

You may have seen her as a little girl on Broadway or recognize her from your favorite Friday night show Blue Bloods, but Sami Gayle is more than just an actress! Singer, producer, activist, and investor, Sami has managed to seamlessly diversify both her portfolio and her career, and, in this all-new episode, she shares […]

Did you Know <br> you Can Hack People?

Did you know that like computers, people are hackable? Christopher Hadnagy, adjunct professor of Social Engineering at the University of Arizona’s NSA Design Center for Academic Excellence in Cyber Operations and author of the new book Human Hacking: Win Friends, Influence People and Leave Them Better Off For Having Met You, is a social engineer […]

FOMO <br> and ADHD

Do you, a loved one, or any of your employees struggle with time management, organization, or decision-making? Doesimpatience triggers disproportionate anger responses? These could all be signs and symptoms of ADHD. George Sachs, a clinical psychologist specializing in ADHD, discusses how this neuro-developmental disorder may present in the workplace and how it is strongly linked […]

Can’t We All Just <br> Get Along?

What do a 22-year-old former venture capital intern and an 11-time Emmy-nominated filmmaker have in common? Political entrepreneurship. Manu Meel, CEO of BridgeUSA, and Mark Kassen, co-founder of A Starting Point (ASP), alongside actor Chris Evans, share how their organizations dedicate themselves to creating spaces and platforms to foster civic engagement and meaningful conversations across […]

Hate Giving Feedback?<br> Let’s Fix that Now

Do you hate giving feedback? Are you afraid to hurt someone’s feelings, become the bad guy, or that they won’t be open to hearing it? That’s probably because you were never taught how to give effective feedback. Dr. Therese Huston, cognitive scientist and founding director of The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning at […]

Vision Science: <br>If You See Success Are You More Likely to Attain it?

Have you ever felt frustrated when trying to achieve a specific goal? Maybe you need to see success to achieve it. Dr. Emily Balcetis, Professor of Social Psychology at NYU, whose TED Talk has surpassed 4 million views, explains the biology-brain connection between what you see and what you can actually get done, also known […]

Die With Nothing <br> Left on Your To-Do List

Consider this question? If you had only one day more to live, what would you do? That’s what Ben Nemtim, keynote speaker and New York Times best-selling author of What Do You Want To Do Before You Die? asked himself in 2006 and that question was the start of a new journey. Ben recounts how […]

The Neurobiology of Peak Performance <br> with Steven Kotler

Steven Kotler, New York Times bestselling author, award-winning journalist, and Executive Director for the Flow Research Collective unpacks the formula to achieve peak performance and the science to sustain it. Steven shares how he became an expert in human performance and how he can replicate peak performance through Flow, an optimal state of consciousness where […]