Felix Salmon on The Phoenix Economy
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
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”.
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
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.
Susana Saeliu on Building a D2C Pillow Company
How entrepreneur Susana Saeliu used Shark Tank and a data-driven approach to disrupt the pillow industry.
Mindy Weinstein on the Power of Scarcity
Marketing expert Mindy Weinstein on how the Science of Less Can Help You Achieve More
How to Lead When the Stakes are High
with Carol Kauffman and David Noble
Top executive coaches Carol Kauffman and David Nobles on how to lead when the stakes are at their highest.
on Building Power Through Habit
NYC Chef and Entrepreneur Michael Chewnow on How He Uses Habit to Get So Much More Done
Best Of FOMOSAPIENS
The Facts, The Fiction, & The Benefits
Hypnotherapist Daniel Ryan shares how hypnotism uses pre-existing trance tendencies to retrain your brain.
on Building an Accessible Travel Company
For Explorers Like Him
How hiking through Patagonia in a wheelchair convinced Chilean entrepreneur Alvaro Silberstein that he could give that experience to others.
on How Recovering from Paralysis
Changed His Perspective
How hedge funder Mike Ott used entrepreneurial thinking to walk again after becoming quadriplegic.
Steve Tidball is Building
The World’s Most Creative Clothing Brand
The co-founder of cult futurist clothing brand Vollebak talks about how he and his twin brother are building an iconic brand for the 22nd Century.
Ryan Hartman on
Building a Space Travel Company for the Rest of Us
World View CEO Ryan Hartman on how he’s building a mission-driven business that will bring space travel to the mass market.
Scholar, writer, producer, and provocateur
on a life of Unexpected Entrepreneurship
The scholar of world religions turned media entrepreneur talks about how he transitioned from the classroom to the boardroom.
Investor and Entrepreneur Kathryn Finney
on how to Build Your Business…No Matter What
Entrepreneur Kathryn Finney doesn’t take no for an answer – and neither should you. She explains how to build your business even when you don’t look like the “typical” entrepreneur.
Famed Executive Coach Marshall Goldsmith
on How to Never Give in to Regret
The man who is often referred to as the world’s greatest executive coach talks about how to live in the now and defeat the temptation to live with regret.
GrubHub Founder Mike Evans
on the Insatiable Hunger You Need
to Succeed as a Founder
The founder and former CEO of GrubHub talks about his choice to walk away from leading his company after a successful IPO in order to rebuild his life and find balance.
How Invisible Technologies’ Francis Pedraza
is Building a Sui Generis Start-Up
Invisible Technologies founder Francis Pedraza explains how (and why) he embraces a unique philosophy to building his start-up.
CNBC’s Julia Boorstin
on What Happens When Women Lead
Veteran CNBC journalist Julia Boorstin digs deep into the gender gap in tech despite the fact that women leaders achieve exceptional outcomes.
Walter Masterson on
What It Takes – and What It’s Like –
to be Huge on TikTok
Activist and Comedian Walter Masterson shares his unexpected path to online fame and expains what you can learn from his journey.
Amy Gallo on
How to Get Along With Anyone
(Even the Bad People)
The author and co-host of HBR’s Women at Work talks about how to navigate all the personalities (even the tricky ones) you meet at work and in life.
Embracing your Wyrd (and your Weird)
with Marcus Buckingham
The co-creator of StrengthsFinder talks about how to tap into spirit to find the work you love.
Alex Amouyel Explains
How The Answer to Solving The World’s Biggest Problems is You
The social entrepreneur explains how to apply entrepreneurial thinking to make the world a better place.
Making Radical Curiosity Your Superpower
with Seth Goldenberg
The famed designer and Curiosity & Co CEO explains the unexpected power of curiosity.
How to Manage Change
with Entrepreneur’s EIC Jason Feifer
The Editor-in-Chief of Entrepreneur magazine talks about how to manage change in a time when change is a constant.
BEST OF FOMOSAPIENS: Feeling Stressed?
Here’s How to Think Like a Monk
We revisit our conversation with Jay on practical tips for starting a daily meditation practice, and how doing so will bring benefits both at home and at work.
BEST OF FOMOSAPIENS:
The Monkey Mind vs The Monk Mind
Internet phenomenon Jay Shetty shares how he found fulfillment by learning to think like a monk – and how you can, too.
on How to Create Lasting Diet and Fitness Goals
Behavioral export Michelle Segar talks about how to change your diet and exercise habits – and stick with it.
Rep. Max Rose
Talks About What It Takes to Serve in Congress
Congressman Max Rose talks about what it’s really like to serve in Congress.
Rep. Max Rose’s
Entrepreneurial Take on Politics
Congressman Max Rose of New York shares his entrepreneurial take on how politics should work.
on the Art of Insubordination
Author and Professor of Psychology Todd Kashdan talks about how you can dissent and defy effectively by practicing the art of insubordination.
Can a wearable device make you calmer?
Kathryn Fantauzzi of Apollo Neuroscience says it can
How Kathryn Fantauzzi partnered with her husband to launch the first scientifically-validated wearable technology that actively improves energy, focus & sleep.
The Business of Male Fertility
with Khaled Kteily
After an accident almost threatened his fertility, Khaled Kteily left the corporate world to build a start-up focused on male reproduction.
Former Nintendo President Reggie Fils-Aimé
on Disrupting the Game
Former President of Nintendo Reggie Fils-Aimé shares highlights from his new book, Disrupting the Game: From the Bronx to the Top of Nintendo, and explains the five life principles he learned on his journey to the top.
Outpacing the Competition
with Jim Weber
CEO of Brooks Running Company Jim Weber shares highlights from his new book, Running with Purpose: How Brooks Outpaced Goliath Competitors to Lead the Pack and how passion and focus allowed him to build a brand that creates value for its customers.
Beat the Burnout Epidemic
with Jennifer Moss
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.
Post Pandemic Lessons in Leadership
with Keith Ferrazzi
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.
Can Entrepreneurial Thinking Save Big Tech?
Robert Reich & Jeremy Weinstein Think So.
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.
From Startup to Grown Up:
Coaching for Success with Alisa Cohn
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.
Lisa Skeete Tatum
& The Rise of the Risk Taker
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.
The Mystery of the Vanished Instagram Influencer
with Harley Rustad
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.
Reclaiming Your Financial Independence
with MaryRuth Ghiyam
MaryRuth Ghiyam shares the story of how she rescued herself from drowning debt to find entrepreneurial success and, more importantly, financial independence.
On Entrepreneurship in Latin America
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.
The Business of Busyness
with Juliet Funt
Author, speaker, and entrepreneur Juliet Funt joins in a discussion about the business of being busy and its impact on quality of life.
The Art World’s Most Practical Man
Economist, author, entrepreneur, and art market expert Magnus Resch shares advice and insight on the practicalities of long-term success within the artworld.
Building Confidence and Income
With Josh Peck
In part 2 of the Season 7 premiere, actor, author, and entrepreneur Josh Peck discusses breaking from traditional expectations, overcoming self-doubt, and finding success in unexpected places.
Think (And Act) Like An Entrepreneur
With Josh Peck
In part one of a season double-opener, actor, author, and former child star Josh Peck explains his journey from childhood stardom to adult professional with insight, awareness, and wit.
Disrupt Yourself (And Grow)
With Whitney Johnson
Award-winning author, growth visionary, and host of the “Disrupt Yourself” podcast Whitney Johnson talks about decision making, mastering FOMO, and tapping into what she calls The Great Aspiration for growth.
Rejecting Expectations & Creating Success
With ClassPass’s Payal Kadakia
Founder of fitness and wellness app ClassPass, Payal Kadakia explores the financial realities of starting your own company, rejecting traditional paths to success, and how her unicorn app was able to pivot in the face of a global pandemic.
Disrupting Systems & Revolutionizing Services
with Shivani Siroya
Founder & CEO of Tala, the mobile app that is revolutionizing financial services and disrupting financial accessibility, Shivani Siroya, discusses providing innovative financial solutions in order to impact social change globally.
Creating a Life that Matters
with Terri Trespicio
Author of the new book Unfollow Your Passion: How to Create a Life that Matters to You, Terri Trespicio talks about unsubscribing to other peoples’ agendas, the dangers of performative passion, and how life outside your comfort zone is overrated.
Psychedelic Psychotherapy: Innovating the Future
of Mental Wellness with Kelsey Ramsden
Kelsey Ramsden, twice named Canada’s Top Female Entrepreneur, talks about how psychedelic psychotherapy can help you overcome a range of diagnoses from neurological conditions to various emotional disorders and how her company, Mind Cure Health, is revolutionizing digital therapeutics.
The Lean Startup
Global innovation experts Steve Blank and Peter Newell explain the importance of adopting a lean methodology for entrepreneurs, corporations, and even government agencies in order to innovate and build growth.
How Bearaby’s Dr. Kathrin Hamm
Napped Her Way to a Start-Up Sleep Empire
Founder and CEO of Bearaby, Dr. Kathrin Hamm, shares insights on risk aversion, innovation, and the story of how her career evolved from jet-setting international economist to unintentional entrepreneur, innovating sleep science and sustainability.
Building a Unicorn
with Ali Tamaseb
Ali Tamaseb, a partner at Data Collective (DCVC), joins in a discussion about how innovation is always possible, even in the tech bubble of Silicon Valley.
Making a Movie:
Entrepreneurship as an Art
Join the creative forces behind the new feature film “What Breaks the Ice” to learn how the process of making a movie mirrors the journey to building a successful startup.
Creative Careers: How to Succeed
without Starving with Jeff Madoff
Jeff Madoff, director, photographer, writer, and professor at Parsons School of Design, discusses building creative careers by monetizing ideas.
Two Beats Ahead
with Michael Hendrix
Jazz musician Michael Hendrix shares insights about creativity, improvisation, and other lessons from his new book Two Beats Ahead: What Music Teaches Us About Innovation.
with Robin Bronk
Robin Bronk, author, editor, film producer, philanthropist, and CEO of The Creative Coalition explains how she uses social proof to create change and shares insights on how to make a positive impact through action.
with Alec Ross
Author, innovation expert, and visiting professor of the University of Bologna’s School of Business, Alec Ross discusses leveraging technology to innovate government programs to make good things happen in the world.
Danielle Mahfood & Jenny Judson:
Successful Creative Partners
Danielle Mahfood and Jenny Judson share their insights on writing and publishing a book together while working full-time jobs and having to learn to deal with rejection along the way.
Tom Eisenmann & The Other
F Word (Failure)
HBS professor and faculty co-chair of The Rock Center for Entrepreneurship, Tom Eisenmann helps entrepreneurs identify patterns of failure and shares strategies to avoid them while discussing his new book Why Startups Fail.
Better Listening for Better Relationships
with Dr. Mark Goulston
Dr. Mark Goulston discusses his concept of surgical empathy, how to better understand yourself by better understanding others, and how to become a better listener.
Taking Smarter Risks with
Sukhinder Sing-Cassidy shares insights on how becoming a smart risk-taker will teach you to build opportunity by choosing possibility.
Living with Integrity:
World-renowned, Harvard-educated life coach Martha Beck discusses living with structural integrity and building the life you want.
with Hyperice’s Anthony Katz
Anthony Katz explains his journey from high school history teacher to recovery technology entrepreneur attracting elite clients and investors.
Prompts & Practices for Success
with Marc Champagne
Marc Champagne, author, speaker, top-ranked podcast host, and mental fitness strategist discusses his new book Personal Socrates and which philosophical questions shape the most brilliant thinkers.
News Not Noise
With Jessica Yellin
Emmy and Peabody Award-winning journalist Jessica Yellin, former CNN Chief White House Correspondent, discusses her latest project, News Not Noise, and the transition from journalist to entrepreneur.
Getting Human with
Founder and CEO of HumanCo, Jason Karp, discusses his journey from Wall Street to mission-based entrepreneurialism.
Master the Long Game
with Dorie Clark
What do you do when your passion doesn’t result in success? When you fail to shift focus or
Chris Hutchins Reveals
All the Hacks
Have you been looking for new hacks to optimize your life, work, and travel? This week our guest
Ian Schrager on Creativity
We’re back for the second half of the season premiere interview with the legendary Ian Schrager, who has
How Ian Schrager
The creator of Studio 54 and boutique hotel brands such as Delano, Edition, and Public Hotels talks about
Sergey Young on
How to Live to 200
The prospect of living to 200 years old isn’t science fiction anymore. Sergey Young, a leader in the
The Art of Charm on
How to Be Social Now
Have you been a little awkward in your first attempts to be social post-vaxx? If you have, don’t
Hypnosis: The Facts,
The Fiction, & The Benefits
What comes to mind when you think of hypnosis? Some poor fool in a spotlight quacking like a
Rebecca Minkoff & Ali Wyatt’s
Female Founder Collective
Rebecca Minkoff built a successful lifestyle brand over two decades but as her success grew as a founder,
with Jon Levy
Behavioral scientist and author of the new book Cultivating Influence Jon Levy explains how one of the most
Permission to Dream
with Chris Gardner
Entrepreneur, public speaker, and best-selling author Chris Gardner discusses his new book Permission to Dream, and how an
How To Preserve and Monetize
Community-Driven Free Expression
Reddit COO Jen Wong steers one of the largest social networks on the internet, and the one you
Stacy’s Pita Chips Founder’s
Unconventional Path to Success
Stacy’s Pita Chip and B-Bold Bars founder Stacy Madison, who evolved from food cart owner to a household
Jim McKelvey on Building
a Business that Can’t be Beat
Have you ever been faced with a problem and there wasn’t a ready-made solution? Have you ever been
Where Skill Ends & Chance Begins
with Maria Konnikova
Not many people can say they became a professional poker player while researching a book, but in Dr.
Mastering the Art of Connection
with Susan McPherson
Do you have an expansive network yet it rarely yields any benefits? Are you frustrated, feeling like you
Live More Effortlessly
with Greg McKeown
Do you struggle to find the balance between hard work and burnout? Does it sometimes seem impossible to
How to Get People
to Back Your Ideas
How is it that some people can convince others to back them, is it personality, style, charisma? No,
How the Harlem
Children’s Zone Navigated COVID
Can a global pandemic provide a platform for change? If you are Kwame Owusu-Kesse, CEO of the Harlem
Influence, and the
Psychology of Persuasion
Influence can be a tricky thing, you want to get people to say yes to you but you
Level Up with
In this week’s all-new episode, founder and CEO of BetterUp, the largest coaching platform in the world, Alexi
Andrew Yang is Back
& 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
How to use Tech to Take Your
Business to the Next Level
From a series of startups to the giant Amazon Web Services, this week’s guest, Jeff Lawson, CEO of
Diversify and Thrive
with Sami Gayle
You may have seen her as a little girl on Broadway or recognize her from your favorite Friday
Did you Know
you Can Hack People?
Did you know that like computers, people are hackable? Christopher Hadnagy, adjunct professor of Social Engineering at the
Do you, a loved one, or any of your employees struggle with time management, organization, or decision-making? Doesimpatience
Can’t We All Just
What do a 22-year-old former venture capital intern and an 11-time Emmy-nominated filmmaker have in common? Political entrepreneurship.
Hate Giving Feedback?
Let’s Fix that Now
Do you hate giving feedback? Are you afraid to hurt someone’s feelings, become the bad guy, or that
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
Die With Nothing
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
The Neurobiology of Peak Performance
with Steven Kotler
Steven Kotler, New York Times bestselling author, award-winning journalist, and Executive Director for the Flow Research Collective unpacks
How to Not Die
(or Wake Up) Alone
Logan Ury, Director of Relationship Science for the dating app Hinge and author of “How to Not Die
Can Fix Government
Mitch Weiss, Professor at Harvard Business School and author of We the Possibility: Harnessing Public Entrepreneurship to Solve
How to Avoid the Trap of Multitasking
to Get More Done
If you think you are great at multitasking, you’re actually probably not. Dave Crenshaw, the author of The
on the Future of Podcasts.
Jen Sargent, COO of Wondery, describes the motivation behind her decision to leave her own startup to join
How To Be
a Part-Time Entrepreneur
Does entrepreneurship interest and scare you at the same time? Join Patrick McGinnis, investor and author of “The
How the Brothers Behind Super Coffee Put Its Bro Culture on Ice
How did three college-aged brothers launch a coffee start-up and become the fastest-growing food and beverage company in
The Surprising Science Behind
Music’s Biggest Hits
Jacob Fain, Senior Vice President, A&R, and Head of Data & Analytics at Elektra Records shares how gut
Internet Trolls & Crazy Rich Asians:
The Insane World of Vintage Watch Collectors
Eric Wind, leading expert and collector of vintage watches, delves into the lucrative world of collectors, the networking
Hint Founder Kara Goldin shares
her Entrepreneurial Journey
Kara Goldin, Founder of Hint, shares her entrepreneurial journey and how to start a mission-driven business.
What will work
look like in 2021?
Dan Schawbel, a leading authority on workforce trends, opens up about the current pandemic and how it has
Getting Things Done
with David Allen
David Allen, author of the perennial bestseller “Getting Things Done: The art of stress-free productivity” shares his life
Nothing Unnecessary: How Floyd’s
Founders Design For Simplicity
Alex O’Dell and Kyle Hoff, co-founders of Floyd, share their story on how a one-product kick-starter campaign became
Magic Spoon’s Founder
on the Power of the Pivot
Magic Spoon’s co-founder, Gabi Lewis, opens up about his entrepreneurial journey and the decisions he made so far.
How to Make Better Decisions
with Gretchen Rubin
Gretchen Rubin, 5-times New York Times Best-Seller, award-winning podcaster, and speaker, discusses her latest book, “The Four Tendencies.”
Here’s How to Think Like a Monk
In our bonus episode with Jay Shetty, Jay shares practical tips for starting a daily meditation practice and
The Monkey Mind
vs The Monk Mind
Jay Shetty, author, podcaster, and former monk, shares his story and discusses his new book, “Think Like a
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