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Do you struggle for time to be creative and just think in your day? This interview with Juliet Funt, author of Time to Think, is here to give you more space, enhance your creativity, and help you be more productive. She's worked with teams of big companies to help them be more successful. You'll be inspired to find more white space in your day afte…
 
“Public health saved your life today―you just don’t know it,” is a phrase that Dr. Leana Wen likes to use. You don’t know it because good public health is invisible. It becomes visible only in its absence, when it is underfunded and ignored, a bitter truth laid bare as never before by the devastation of COVID-19.Leana Wen―emergency physician, forme…
 
Adam Curry was one of the VJs (video jockeys) of MTV back in the 1980s. In this position, he “interviewed” some of the most popular musicians of the time including Michael Jackson and Paul McCartney.Adam is an early tech adopter and pioneer because he embraced the web and podcasting long before other people. He helped make podcasting “a thing” by c…
 
Hollywood Storyteller Jon M. Chu, director of Crazy Rich Asians and In the Heights, is this week's guest on Remarkable People podcast. He shares how his passion for creating video started and his love for Macs, much to Guy's delight. Jon also talks about the cultural importance of Crazy Rich Asians and In the Heights. A must-listen for creatives, s…
 
Mark Schulman has performed for more than a billion people in his 30 plus year career. He’s been the drummer for some of the greatest musical artists in history, including P!nk, Foreigner, Cher, Billy Idol, Stevie Nicks, Beyoncé, Tina Turner, and many more. In his first book, Conquering Life’s Stage Fright, through entertaining stories and innovati…
 
Erica Dhawan is an internationally recognized leading authority, author and advisor on 21st century teamwork, collaboration and innovation. Named by Thinkers50 as the “Oprah of Management Thinkers”, she is the author of two books Get Big Things Done: The Power of Connectional Intelligence and Digital Body Language. This week on Guy Kawasaki's Remar…
 
You'll be blown away with this interview with speechwriter Cody Keenan, former Director of Speechwriting for President Barack Obama. President Obama said he relied “on Cody not just to share my vision, but to help tell America’s story.”“He’s a brilliant writer," Mr. Obama added. “He’s relentless.” Listen in as Guy Kawasaki talks to Cody about his y…
 
Have you ever wondered what it's like to be an author and publish a book? You'll get to find out in this episode's interview with Hugh Howey. His two dreams were to publish a book and to sail around the world and he’s been wildly successful at both. You’ll learn about self-publishing, writing, and how Hugh reached his dreams on this week’s episode …
 
Jodi Kantor is prize-winning investigative reporter for The New York Times and a best-selling author who broke the Harvey Weinstein story with Megan Twohey and Ronan Farrow. They broke the story of Harvey Weinstein’s decades of alleged abuse towards women winning a Pulitzer Prize for Public Service which kicked off the #metoo movement. Ms. Kantor’s…
 
Dave Winer is considered to be the father of blogging and the RSS feed AKA Really Simple Syndication. He's been connecting the dots and closing parentheses in Silicon Valley since the beginning of the tech industry. He pioneered the development of weblogs, syndication (RSS), podcasting, outlining, and web content management software; former contrib…
 
Meet Haben Girma, the disability rights attorney, who became the first deafblind woman to graduate from Harvard Law School in 2013. Haben has made it her mission to advocate for equal opportunities for people with disabilities. Inspiring episode of Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People podcast!Peg Fitzpatrick, Haben Girma, Jeff Sieh, Guy Kawasaki による
 
Have you ever wondered what it's like to run a start up or be in Silicon Valley? You'll get to find out with this episode's interview of Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People podcast with Steve Blank. Blank's customer development methodology is a cornerstone of the lean startup movement, popularized by Eric Ries whom Blank states was "the best student I…
 
Ronnie Lott is one of the best football players in the history of the NFL. After a successful college football career at USC he was the first round draft pick of the SF 49ers in 1981.Over his fourteen year career, he played for the 49ers, Los Angeles Rams, New York Jets, and Kansas City Chiefs.In his rookie year he helped the 49ers win Super Bowl X…
 
This episode’s remarkable guest is Katherine Maher. Until April 2021 she was chief executive officer and executive director of the Wikimedia Foundation—and she did a remarkable in this remarkable position.She has a bachelor’s degree from New York University as well as extensive education in the Middle East.She worked for UNICEF, National Democratic…
 
Listen in as Guy Kawasaki interviews Jo Boaler, math evangelist, respected researcher, and Stanford Professor. Jo believes our current methods for math instruction are broken and is on a mission to get rid of timed mathematics and rote memorization. She is a leading voice for a wholly different pedagogy where speed is out, depth is in, and the jour…
 
On this week's Remarkable People podcast: Martin Lindstrom. Martin is the founder and chairman of Lindstrom Company, a global branding & culture transformation firm, operating across five continents and more than 30 countries. TIME Magazine has named Lindstrom one of the “World’s 100 Most Influential People,” and for three years running, Thinkers50…
 
Join Guy Kawasaki on this week's Remarkable People podcast with guest Jeff Hawkins. Jeff a Silicon Valley veteran often credited with starting the entire handheld computing industry. He is a serial entrepreneur, scientist, engineer, and inventor. He also founded two mobile computing companies, Palm and Handspring, and is the architect of many compu…
 
Rich Benoit is a remarkably funny guy and he single-handedly turned junked Teslas into a seller's market. He creates content for a YouTube channel called Rich Rebuilds. This features his adventures rebuilding and repairing cars.His automotive saga took off in 2016. At the time Rich “needed” to own a Tesla, but Teslas were $100,000 new and $70,000 u…
 
A massive update to one of my favorite books, Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion, by Dr. Robert Cialdini spurred a return visit to Remarkable People. At the time I recorded, he was the only return guest but then Dr. Jane Goodall snuck in for Earth Month. If you're into marketing, influencers, evangelism, sales, or influencing people, don't mis…
 
Hoping to help others change or to kick-start change yourself? This podcast with Katy Milkman, author of How to Change: The Science of Getting from Where You Are to Where You Want to Be, will help you get some ideas on implementing change. This week on Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People podcast, Dr. Katy Milkman.…
 
Next on Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People podcast, Mark Manson. Mark is the author of two New York Times best-sellers: The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck, and Everything Is F*cked: A Book About Hope. In total, more than 13 million copies of these books have sold.Don’t let the profanity get in the way of the gravity and practicality of his thinking.…
 
A conversation about conservation with Dr. Jane Goodall, renowned primatologist and anthropologist. Considered to be the world's foremost expert on chimpanzees, Goodall is best known for her 60-year study of social and family interactions of wild chimpanzees since she first went to Gombe Stream National Park in Tanzania in 1960, where she witnessed…
 
Celebrated NYT best-selling author Paul Theroux on Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People podcast. Paul has lived an extraordinary life traveling the globe writing many highly acclaimed books. His novels include The Lower River and The Mosquito Coast, and his renowned travel books include Ghost Train to the Eastern Star and Dark Star Safari and the upcom…
 
This week on Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People is Nikhil Kamath, the co-founder of India’s largest stock brokerage, Zerodha.For what it’s worth, he’s in his early thirties and a billionaire based on his stake in the company. His “made for movies” story is that he dropped out of high school to play chess, worked at a call center answering support que…
 
This remarkable guest is soccer legend Brandy Chastain. She represents the highest level of achievement in sports.Her accomplishments are truly remarkable. Brandi won a gold medal in the 1996 Olympics for women's soccer and World Cup championships in 1991 and 1999. She was inducted into the National Soccer Hall of Fame and the Bay Area Sports Hall …
 
This interview with Dr. Sheila Nazarian changed my preconceived notions about plastic surgeons. Dr. Sheila Nazarian is a plastic surgeon in Beverly Hills, California currently transforming lives on Netflix’s Skin Decision: Before and After. The Netflix series captures how Dr. Sheila Nazarian and her assistant, Jamie Sherrill (aka Nurse Jamie), help…
 
Meet Melissa Bernstein, half of the team behind Melissa and Doug. Melissa & Doug is a half-billion-dollar success story, its products a cheerful presence in toy stores and on children’s bedroom floors everywhere. Far less known are the real people behind the company: Melissa and Doug Bernstein, a married couple and parents of six, who are the found…
 
You'll be inspired by this resilient entrepreneur. Suzy Batiz is the founder and CEO of Poo-Pourri and is on Forbes list of America’s richest self-made women and she faced many struggles and challenges along her journey. This episode is more about spiritual evolution than business success.Peg Fitzpatrick, business leaders, Poo-Pourri, Poopourri, entrepreneurs, Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People, Jeff Sieh, Guy Kawasaki, Suzy Batiz, self-made millionaire, creative spirit, remarkable people, spiritual journey による
 
You'll get a kick out of this remarkable person. I know I did. Luvvie Ajayi Jones is an award-winning author, podcast host, and sought-after speaker who thrives at the intersection of comedy, justice, and professional troublemaking.Peg Fitzpatrick, Luvvie Ajayi, Jeff Sieh, Guy Kawasaki による
 
Colin Bryar coauthored "Working Backwards: Insights, Stories, and Secrets from Inside Amazon," which is a first-person account of how Amazon created and implemented the principles and processes that have made it successful. We also take you in the room and show how these principles and practices were used to create four key Amazon business: Kindle,…
 
This episode’s remarkable guest is Lauren Kunze--plus we have a second guest, Kuki, an artificial-intelligence chatbot. Lauren is currently the CEO of Pandorabots, a platform that powers conversational chatbots. Our second guest is Lauren’s chatbot, Kuki. Here are some stats about Kuki:More than 25 million usersMore than 1 billion messages exchange…
 
In this episode, you’ll hear one of the most insightful pieces advice ever on this podcast from Angela Duckworth: when to quit something. And if that’s not enough, two powerful ways to change your behavior. Angela Duckworth is a MacArthur “genius” grant winner, researcher, and author of Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance.…
 
Humor in business? Absolutely! This week on Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People, Guy spoke with the co-authors of Humor, Seriously: Why Humor is a Secret Weapon in Business and Life (and how anyone can harness it. Even you.) Jennifer Aaker and Naomi Bagdonas. They shared their stories and research based on their popular class at Stanford's Graduate Sc…
 
Dr. Jonah Berger is a marketing professor at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and internationally bestselling author of Contagious, Invisible Influence, and The Catalyst. He received a BA from Stanford University in Human Judgment and Decision Making, and a PhD from Stanford in Marketing.Dr. Berger is a world-renowned expert on …
 
Rick Smolan has lived a life traveling around the world documenting with his camera for National Geographic, Time, and Life magazines. He famously photographed Robyn Davidson on her 1,700 solo trek across the Australian desert with four camels and a dog in 1977 which earned a cover story on National Geographic, became a best selling book with Rick'…
 
This week on Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People podcast Guy chats with Julia Cameron. Julia has written forty books including best-seller The Artist's Way, plays, musicals, and screenplays. She is a creative guidepost for millions of people, including Elizabeth Gilbert, who use her processes to unleash their ideas and creativity. You'll be enchanted …
 
A special episode of Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People that involves not one but nine remarkable people.They are experts in the fields of such as psychology, history, decision sciences, and human behavior. They agreed to participate in this special project in order to help combat the coronavirus.I asked them to assume that we figured out the develop…
 
Amy Errett talks about how and why she created one of the hottest tech companies: Madison Reed, an at-home hair color company, has seen a huge boom in business during the pandemic. In 2016, Madison Reed released visualization tools such as a chatbot that analyzes primary and secondary tones to customize a customer's dye, and an augmented reality to…
 
Emma Isaacs forgot to draw up her life plan. Emma doesn’t believe in work/life balance and she's never had a five year plan -- instead she dives in headfirst to everything she does and wings it! Yet somehow she’s managed to found a multimillion-dollar global organization, become a sought-after speaker, and be recognized as a prominent voice in wome…
 
Mike Sinyard is the founder and chairman of Specialized Bicycle Components, an American manufacturer of bicycles with a cult following. In 1974, at the age of 24, Mike Sinyard began putting bikes together from Italian components he imported. He ran an import service, providing these sought after parts to California bike shops. Soon, mountain bikes …
 
One of the first Black female CEOs in Silicon Valley, Shellye Archambeau's path to success has been defined by ambition, resilience, and planning. Listen to Shellye share stories of her successful five-year plans, how she handles imposter syndrome, and what it's like to be one of the first Black women on a Fortune 500 Board of Directors. Insightful…
 
Dr. Anne Rimoin is a top U.S. epidemiologist and professor of UCLA Fielding School of Public Health and Infectious Disease Division of the Geffen School of Medicine. She has published 70 research articles and book chapters. Her work has been featured in The New York Times, The Atlantic, The Economist, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, W…
 
This episode’s guest is Tim Kendall. In my humble opinion, Tim’s greatest claim to fame is probably that he was an intern who worked for me.That said, since then, Tim has held somewhat important positions at other companies you may have heard of such as Facebook and Pinterest.And he was much more than an intern at both. He is the person who created…
 
This episode’s guest is Sarah Frey, founder of Frey Farms. Sarah is an American farmer and entrepreneur, and author of The Growing Season. She is the CEO and owner of Frey Farms, which she founded at age sixteen. Frey Farms is the largest H-2A visa employer in Illinois as well as the largest grower of pumpkins in the United States. Sarah was brande…
 
Dr. Sinan Aral is the David Austin Professor of Management and Professor, Information Technology and Marketing at MIT.He’s a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Northwestern University. He has Master’s degrees from the London School of Economics and Harvard University. And he has a PhD from MIT.He recently published a book out called The Hype Machine: How S…
 
This episode’s remarkable guest is Dr. Vivek Murthy, the former Surgeon General of the United States in the Obama administration. On Monday, November 9th, President Elect Joe Biden announced the leadership of his coronavirus task force — the first public step in what aides say will be a focus on confronting the pandemic that has claimed almost a qu…
 
Syd and Shea McGee of Studio McGee and McGee&Co This episode’s guests, yes plural, are the delightful Syd and Shea McGee. They are the power couple behind Studio McGee and McGee & Co. With a vision that beautiful design can be approachable, Studio McGee has become one of the leading innovators in the interior design industry.This is the first wife-…
 
This episode’s guest is Kara Goldin. She is the founder, CEO, and chief taster of Hint, the lifestyle company that sells bottled water and hand sanitizersPrior to Hint, she has worked for are AOL, CNN, and Time. And, well, technically, the TeePee restaurant in Arizona. She is a graduate of Arizona State University. The episode starts with a story a…
 
Today’s guest on Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People is the former CEO of Dunkin Donuts, Robert Rosenberg.Shortly after his graduation from the Harvard MBA program in 1963, he took over a family business named Universal Food Systems. He was 25 at the time. This small, but diversified organization, morphed into Dunkin Donuts--now named simply Dunkin. Y…
 
While working at a successful hedge fund Sal Khan began tutoring his cousin when he learned she was struggling with math. After realizing that the social aspect of learning can add pressure, he started creating video lessons. His cousins loved learning by video and could rewind challenging sections. He started writing code to help track student pro…
 
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