Gretchen Rubin was interviewed by John O’Leary. Listen above. [JohnOlearyInspires.com]
Posts Tagged: podcasts
Robert Pozen, Senior Lecturer at MIT’s Sloan School of Management and a Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution, joins host Stew Friedman to discuss how to work smarter, not harder, and how to manage all of those emails piling up in your inbox post-holidays on Work and Life. Robert’s book is called Extreme Productivity: Boost… Read more »
David Burkus answers the question “Would Work Improve If You Knew What Your Colleagues Get Paid?” on TED Radio Hour. Listen above. [NPR]
Bhu was a guest on WAMU’s 1A show discussing his new book Americana: A 400-Year History Of American Capitalism. They also featured an excerpt of the book at their site; read and listen here. Bhu Srinivasan came to this country as a wide-eyed eight-year-old, his head filled with all the possibilities America evoked. His educated… Read more »
Sam Harris recently interviewed documentary filmmakers Ken Burns and Lynn Novick about their latest film, The Vietnam War. Listen above. [SamHarris.org]
Bob Sutton recently started a new podcast called FRICITION. Listen to the most recent episode–”The Virtues of Hierarchy, Structure, and Temporary Teams (with Melissa Valentine)”–above, and catch up on all episodes here.
A recent scientific study co-authored by Elizabeth Dunn has been all over the news, including the New York Times. You can read the full report here or listen to Elizabeth herself read it above [~18min].
Michelle was a guest on NPR’s Michigan Radio [MichiganRadio.com] (listen above) and also the WJR’s The Guy Gordon Show (listen here)
On the latest episode of Sam Harris’s Waking Up podcast he talks to Fareed Zakaria. Listen above. [SamHarris.org]
Shadi Hamid was a guest on NPR’s Morning Edition to discuss is “Is Islam Compatible With Democracy?” Listen above. [NPR.org]