Monthly Archives: July, 2020

Robert Sutton on Good Leaders vs. Bad Leaders

July 30, 2020

Today it’s great to have Robert Sutton on the podcast. Sutton is Professor of Management Science and Engineering and Professor of Organizational Behavior by courtesy at Stanford. He co-founded the Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP) and the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design which everyone calls the d.school. Sutton received his PhD in Organizational Psychology from […]

Chip Conley on Wisdom, Midlife, and Peak Experience

July 22, 2020

Today it’s great to have Chip Conley on the podcast. Chip is a New York Times best-selling author who helped Airbnb’s founders turn their fast-growing tech start-up into a global hospitality brand. In his book Wisdom at Work: The Making of a Modern Elder, he shares his unexpected journey at midlife, from CEO to intern, […]

Michael Gervais on Creating a Living Masterpiece

July 16, 2020

Today it’s great to have Michael Gervais on the podcast. Dr. Gervais is a world renowned high performance psychologist and industry visionary. Over the course of 20 years, working with world leading performers, Dr. Gervais has developed a psychological framework that allows people to thrive in pressure packed environments. His clientele consists of the NFL’s […]

Uncancellable with Katie Herzog and Jesse Singal

July 9, 2020

Today it’s great to have Katie Herzog and Jesse Singal on the podcast. Herzog’s writing has appeared in an array of publications, and she’s a former staff writer at the Seattle Alt. Weekly: The Stranger. Singal is a contributing writer at New York Magazine where he previously edited Science of Us, a behavioral science vertical. […]

Keeping it Real with Ayishat Akanbi

July 2, 2020

I’m really excited to have Ayishat Akambi on the podcast today. Ayishat is a writer and fashion stylist based in London. Personal reflection has guided her approach of reminding us of our commonalities instead of our differences. Not just for social awareness but also self-awareness, Ayishat resists the black and white thinking that can lead […]