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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…
 
Japan, das Land üppigen Wok-Gemüses und fleischloser Tofu-Gerichte? Wohl kaum! Die Fleischeslust hier scheint keine Grenzen zu kennen – und macht auch vor rohem Hühnerfleisch nicht Halt. Eine kulinarische Reise durch meine liebsten Fleischgerichte und ein paar Überlebenstipps für VegetarierInnen.Der Ösi in Kawasaki による
 
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…
 
Unterkünfte verschlingen einen Großteil des Reisebudgets. Deshalb sollten sie auch wesentlich zu eurem Erlebnis beitragen! Erfahrt heute alles über verrückte Kapselhotels und ob japanische Ryokan ihren stolzen Preis wirklich wert sind. Außerdem verrate ich euch meine Tipps, um die perfekte Unterkunft zu finden.…
 
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…
 
Schimpfen kann doch jeder. Zum Ende eines unbestritten turbulenten Jahres möchte ich dankbar in den schönen Erinnerungen schwelgen. Denn auch solche gibt's! Erfahrt von neuen ersten Malen, dem "Besen im Darm" und Ausflügen raus aus meiner geliebten Komfortzone.Der Ösi in Kawasaki による
 
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 …
 
Für spannende Geschichten ist mir ja nichts zu schade - nicht einmal mein Podcast-Gesicht. Dieses Mal schildere ich euch meinen Besuch in der Beauty Clinic. Barthaarentfernung, Facelift oder doch eine Augenlid-OP - worauf fiel meine Wahl? Die delikaten Details erfahrt ihr in dieser ungenierten Folge!…
 
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…
 
Wenn ich beim Training keinen kessen Spiegel-Selfie schieße, habe ich dann überhaupt trainiert?! Heute schildere ich euch meine Wehwehchen und meinen steinigen Weg zum Bodybuilder. Erfahrt außerdem von den Eigenheiten japanischer Fitness Center und Massagestudios.Der Ösi in Kawasaki による
 
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…
 
Infiziert mit dem Doomscrolling-Virus!? Seit dem Umzug nach Japan verbringe ich noch mehr Zeit online – und das endlose Konsumieren negativer Berichte raubt mir die Energie. Erfahrt, was das alles mit der japanischen Masken-Disziplin, besorgniserregenden Erdbeben-Prognosen und Miss Britney Spears zu tun hat.…
 
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…
 
Sommerurlaub in Zeiten von Corona. Um Hitze und Menschenmassen zu entkommen, sind wir in den kühlen Norden gereist. Vielen nur vom Kürbis oder Wintersport bekannt, zeigt sich Hokkaido im Sommer von seiner prächtigsten Seite. Eine Folge über stinkende Vulkane, zerklüftete Küsten und satte Rabatte!Der Ösi in Kawasaki による
 
Tim Ferriss discusses being an online influencer, a multiple best-selling author of The Four Hour Work Week and four other books, depression, and why physical exercise is so important to him.People sometimes refer to him as the Oprah of Audio because his podcast has been downloaded more than 500 million times.He’s also got the angel investor golden…
 
This week's guest on Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People podcast is Randy Nonnenberg. He is responsible for thousands of hours of lost productivity because he is a cofounder of Bring a Trailer. This is a website for buying and selling collectible cars. He's been at it for ten years. Before that he worked for BMW. Here's a BS degree in mechanical engin…
 
This episode's guest on Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People Podcast is a remarkable international journalist named Dionne Searcey. She won a Pulitzer Prize with The New York Times in 2020 for International Reporting: Russian Assassins and her contribution from the Central African Republic. In 2014 Boko Haram kidnapped 250 girls from the Nigerian town …
 
Julie Lythcott-Haims speaks and writes on the phenomenon of helicopter parenting and the dangers of a check-listed childhood — the subject of her book, “How to Raise an Adult.” Her viral TED talk on the same topic teaches parents not to overparent. Julie is a former corporate lawyer and Stanford Dean with degrees from Stanford, Harvard, and Califor…
 
Wer ans andere Ende der Welt zieht, muss flexibel sein. Trotzdem ist es nicht immer einfach mit den kulturellen Unterschieden zurecht zu kommen – denn auch in Japan ist nicht alles perfekt. Erfahrt, warum ich mich hier weiterhin oft fremd fühle, und wie es ist in einer Blase zu leben.Der Ösi in Kawasaki による
 
Lisa Leopold is an associate professor and program coordinator for The Middlebury Institute’s English for Academic and Professional Purposes Program. She brings over a decade of experience teaching survival and academic English to adult immigrants, refugees, children, and community college, university, and graduate students on five continents. Prof…
 
This week on Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People podcast, he interviews author and Professor of Marketing at NYU Stern School of Business, Scott Galloway. His book is called The Algebra of Happiness. Guy says he's the most outspoken guest he's had yet! You'll have to list to find out what he thinks about Facebook. He tells it like it is throughout the…
 
Kathryn Finney is an author, researcher, investor, entrepreneur, innovator and businesswoman. She is the founder and CEO of digitalundivided, a social enterprise that leads high potential Black and Latinx women founders through the startup pipeline from idea to exit.Kathryn Finney, Peg Fitzpatrick, Jeff Sieh, Guy Kawasaki による
 
Usually Guy Kawasaki's podcast features interviews with remarkable people, such as Jane Goodall, Steve Wozniak, Arianna Huffington, Margaret Atwood, Martha Stewart, Sir Ken Robinson, Roy Yamaguchi, Kristi Yamaguchi, Stephen Wolfram, Gary Vaynerchuk, or iJustine.But every once in a while, he likes to change things up and provide a mini keynote. The …
 
Die rosarote Brille habe ich mittlerweile abgelegt. Zum Jahrestag werfe ich einen Blick zurück und schildere euch, was aus meinen anfänglichen Sorgen wurde und warum ich soviel Zeit in Kleiderschränken verbringe. Kann ich mir vorstellen für immer in Japan zu bleiben?Der Ösi in Kawasaki による
 
This week's remarkable person is Melanie Perkins, CEO of Canva. Melanie co-founded the start-up from her mother’s living room. Canva, an online design software company, is based in Australia, thousands of miles from tech’s Silicon Valley power corridor. Getting a meeting—much less funding—proved tough. Perkins heard “no” from more than 100 investor…
 
Don't miss this Remarkable People podcast where you hear straight from Guy Kawasaki! He's going to share how to be a remarkable innovator - one of his most popular speeches. Who Is Guy? Guy Kawasaki was the chief evangelist of Apple and currently the chief evangelist of Canva, an online design tool. He has authored fifteen books including The Art o…
 
This week's remarkable guest is Karen Mullarkey. She's worked at esteemed publications like Life, Rolling Stone Magazine, and Newsweek. She's guided some of the world's most famous like Annie Liebovitz, Richard Avedon, Robert Maplethorpe and more. She won the Joseph A Sprague award for her lifetime work in the field of photojournalism. You will be …
 
This week's remarkable person is Nancy Gianni, Founder and Chief Belief Officer of GiGi’s Playhouse, Author of GenerationG, and CNN Hero. After her daughter GiGi was born with Down's Syndrome, Nancy started GiGi's Playhouse to change the way the world views Down syndrome and to send a global message of acceptance for all.…
 
This week's guest on Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People is Jamia Wilson. Jamia wears many hats--and all of them well. She is a feminist, activist, writer, and speaker. She is also the director of the Feminist Press at the City University of New York. Jamia is destined to do remarkable things in her career.…
 
This week's remarkable person is Dr. Jerome Kim, Director General of the International Vaccine Institute in Seoul, Korea. Formerly, Dr. Kim was Principal Deputy and Chief of the Laboratory of Molecular Virology and Pathogenesis at the U.S. Military HIV Research Program. He is working to help push forward its effort to solve one the greatest public …
 
Governor David Y. Ige was sworn in as the eighth governor of the State of Hawai‘i on December 1, 2014. Governor Ige is focused on improving the lives of Hawaiʻi’s people and making the islands a place future generations choose to call home. He is increasing affordable housing, reducing homelessness, moving toward the state’s 100% renewable energy g…
 
iJustine is became one of the Internet's first-and most popular-"lifecasters," inviting people around the world to watch her every move, twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. Within ten days of release, her "300-page iPhone bill" had garnered more than 3 million views and international media attention. These days, iJustine is a one-woman new …
 
Willkommen in der Regenzeit! Gerade in der schwülen Sommerhitze ist Körperhygiene ja nicht ganz unwichtig. Wer noch nie in einem japanischen Badezimmer war, kennt das wahre Gefühl der Freiheit nicht. Erfahrt außerdem, warum Deos hier mein großes Leidensthema sind.Der Ösi in Kawasaki による
 
Sam Wineburg teaches us how you can tell what’s credible from what’s not on the internet. Wineburg directs Stanford’s PhD program in History Education, the only program of its kind in North America, http://sheg.stanford.edu His interdisciplinary scholarship sits at the crossroads of three fields: history, cognitive science, and education, and has a…
 
Meet Martha Nino. She was born in a grass shack, her parents picked cotton, they had very little education and her only role models were laborers. She was also not legal in this country for fifteen years. Today she is a Senior Marketing Manager at Adobe, one of the biggest technology companies in the world.What you'll learn from Martha is with prop…
 
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