Harvard Business Review contributor and Global Happiness Council member Jennifer Moss explores the root causes of burnout and how it became a global epidemic while sharing insights on how corporations and individuals can prevent burning out.
Keith Ferrazzi, author of the new book Competing in the New World of Work, talks about the process of redesigning work and redefining leadership in a post-pandemic world.
In their new book, System Error: Where Big Tech Went Wrong, Stanford professors Robert Reich and Jeremy Weinstein dissect the missteps of Big Tech and explain how entrepreneurial thinking might just be what saves the industry.
Alisa Cohn, one of Inc.’s Top 100 Speakers and who Marshall Goldsmith called the #1 coach for startups explains what the coaching industry is all about, what good coaching can do for a startup, and how to get the most out of coaching services.
In the wake of the Great Resignation there will be the Rise of the Risk Taker. Lisa Skeete Tatum explains how learning to take risks can be the smartest skill for success.
Harley Rustad, author of the book Lost in the Valley of Death: A Story of Obsession and Danger in the Himalayas discusses travel, personality, and the influence social media has on the perceptions of a meaningful life.
MaryRuth Ghiyam shares the story of how she rescued herself from drowning debt to find entrepreneurial success and, more importantly, financial independence.
Author, podcaster, and entrepreneur Oso Trava compares entrepreneurship in the United States versus in LATAM while sharing his take on whether starting businesses gets easier the more you do it.
Author, speaker, and entrepreneur Juliet Funt joins in a discussion about the business of being busy and its impact on quality of life.
Economist, author, entrepreneur, and art market expert Magnus Resch shares advice and insight on the practicalities of long-term success within the artworld.