FOMO Sapiens with Patrick J. McGinnis

FOMO Sapiens with Patrick J. McGinnis

By Patrick J. McGinnis

Patrick J. McGinnis, creator of the term FOMO (Fear of Missing Out), talks to leaders in business, entrepreneurship, politics, and culture. How do they choose from among the many opportunities in their busy lives and find the courage to miss out on the the rest? Patrick is the author of "The 10% Entrepreneur."

Episodes

S11 E19 How Suzy Welch Teaches Others to Author Their Own Lives

Ever felt like life's on autopilot, leaving you yearning for more control? In this game-changing episode of FOMO Sapiens, host Patrick J. McGinnis sits down with Suzy Welch to uncover the secrets of authoring your own destiny. Suzy, renowned for her savvy advice and transformative insights, shares her life-shaping tools, including her remarkable 10:10:10 decision-making strategy. Together, they navigate the common pitfall of feeling trapped by societal expectations and offer personal anecdotes and professional experiences to guide listeners toward clarity and confidence. Whether you're pondering a career change or simply seeking to live authentically, this conversation is your roadmap to reclaiming control and leading life on your terms. Tune in now to FOMO Sapiens and rewrite the script of your life! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
23/05/2439m 56s

PatGPT: Decoding OCD with NOCD Founder Stephen Smith

On PatGPT, Patrick J. McGinnis the host of FOMO Sapiens generates responses to key questions in entrepreneurship, business, productivity, and life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
21/05/2421m 37s

S11 E18 Chip Conley on Eradicating the Midlife Crisis

Are you dreading the big 5-0? Why not rethink the midlife crisis as an opportunity for growth and renewal? Join us on FOMO Sapiens as we sit down with Chip Conley, a leading voice in embracing the wisdom of later years. In this enlightening episode, Chip shares insights on navigating life's transitions and finding purpose beyond the midlife stereotypes. Don't miss out on this discussion about aging with grace and resilience. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
16/05/2436m 33s

Pat GPT Tackles FOGO: Overcoming the Fear of Growing Old

On PatGPT, Patrick J. McGinnis the host of FOMO Sapiens generates responses to key questions in entrepreneurship, business, productivity, and life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
14/05/2416m 30s

S11 E17 Resilience Rewarded: Tom Conrad's Journey from Quibi to Xero

How to reinvent yourself after failure and come back swinging? Tom Conrad has a few tips on that on this episode of FOMO Sapiens. Tom shares his journey with host, Patrick J. McGinnis, about how he thought he had made it with Quibi’s meteoric rise but sudden fall, and how he has seen a new opportunity with Xero, a pioneering platform for intermittent fasting. Tom unfolds the layers of building businesses that mesh luck with acute market insights. This episode of FOMO Sapiens is stuffed with anecdotes and advice you won't want to miss.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
09/05/2440m 59s

Pat GPT Rewinds: Key Lessons from the Early 2000s

On PatGPT, Patrick J. McGinnis the host of FOMO Sapiens generates responses to key questions in entrepreneurship, business, productivity, and life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
07/05/2415m 58s

S11 Ep16 The Algebra of Wealth: Scott Galloway's Guide to Financial Freedom

Ever wondered why your financial decisions don't quite add up to success? Join host Patrick J. McGinnis on FOMO Sapiens as he sits down with Scott Galloway, author of "The Algebra of Wealth" and NYU Stern professor, for insights into navigating the complexities of personal finance. In this episode, Galloway shares personal anecdotes and hard-earned lessons, emphasizing the importance of focus, stoicism, time, and diversification in building long-term wealth. Whether you're a seasoned investor or just starting out, this conversation offers practical advice and actionable strategies to help you secure your financial future. So, are you ready to master the algebra of wealth? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
02/05/2439m 17s

Pat GPT Explores: The Risks and Rewards of Angel Investing

On PatGPT, Patrick J. McGinnis the host of FOMO Sapiens generates responses to key questions in entrepreneurship, business, productivity, and life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
30/04/2411m 53s

S11 Ep15 Frank McCourt on How To Protect Your Personal Data in the Cyber World

Ever wondered about the risks associated with your digital footprint in the vast cyber world? Join us on FOMO Sapiens as we explore the digital landscape with Frank McCourt, a visionary dedicated to guiding us toward safer cyber territories. In today's digital age, your data holds the key to your identity. McCourt, an esteemed builder and problem solver, delves into the intricacies of data privacy alongside host Patrick J. McGinnis. This isn't your typical tech discussion; we're dissecting the complexities of digital information to illuminate the path toward a more secure digital future. Tune in as we navigate the nuances of AI and the challenges of data control. It's time to take control of your digital presence.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
25/04/2449m 8s

Pen to Paper: Pat GPT's Essential Guide to Crafting Your First Book

On PatGPT, Patrick J. McGinnis the host of FOMO Sapiens generates responses to key questions in entrepreneurship, business, productivity, and life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
23/04/2414m 15s

S11 E14 Navigating Earth's Urgent Wake-Up Call with Bill Weir

How can we work together to address the climate crisis? Join host Patrick J. McGinnis as we unpack pressing environmental issues with CNN's Chief Climate Correspondent, Bill Weir. In this episode we confront the reality of climate change head-on, exploring the profound impact of human activity on our environment. Weir shares insightful stories from his experiences navigating the frontlines of climate reporting, offering a fresh perspective on the challenges and opportunities we face in combating global warming. From the sinking shores of Kiribati to the melting glaciers of Tibet, Weir's journey sheds light on the urgent need for action and the importance of preserving our planet for future generations. Tune into FOMO Sapiens for a discussion on climate resilience, sustainability, and the power of storytelling to inspire positive change. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
18/04/2447m 27s

Pat GPT Explains: How to get into an MBA Program

On PatGPT, Patrick J. McGinnis the host of FOMO Sapiens generates responses to key questions in entrepreneurship, business, productivity, and life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
17/04/2413m 43s

S11 E13 FOMO Sapiens Live: Rappi’s Caroline Merin on Making the Leap to Founder

What’s it like to be an entrepreneur in Latin America? Join us on FOMO Sapiens to dive into the world of Latin American startups with Caroline Merin, the former COO of Rappi. After taking roles at Uber, Caroline joined Rappi and saw it through a period of intense growth.  Now, she’s launching her own health tech startup. In this conversation, Caroline and host Patrick J. McGinnis talk about what it’s like to build a company from scratch in Latin America and why Caroline decided to go all-in on the region.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
11/04/2452m 12s

To Web or Not to Web: PatGPT Explores the Need for a Website

On PatGPT, Patrick J. McGinnis the host of FOMO Sapiens generates responses to key questions in entrepreneurship, business, productivity, and life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
09/04/2415m 21s

S11 E12 Decoding the Neuroscience of Effective Marketing with Pranav Yadav

Want to know the secrets of how to gain unforgettable branding? Join us on FOMO Sapiens to submerge into the world of advertising with Pranav Yadav, CEO of Neuro Insight. In this conversation, Pranav and host Patrick J. McGinnis explore the intersection of science and storytelling, revealing how authenticity and clarity can elevate your brand identity. Discover the power of memory encoding in marketing and gain valuable insights into crafting narratives that leave a lasting impression on consumers. Tune in for an episode that will revolutionize the way you approach advertising and brand building. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
04/04/2440m 7s

Pat GPT Unpacks: The Critical Dos and Don'ts of Social Media Marketing

On PatGPT, Patrick J. McGinnis the host of FOMO Sapiens generates responses to key questions in entrepreneurship, business, productivity, and life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
02/04/2413m 52s

S11 E11 Raina Kumra on Launching a Health Startup Out of Her Kitchen

Have you ever wondered if you could start a company out of your kitchen?? Join us on this week's episode of FOMO Sapiens as we sit down with Raina Kumra, founder of Spicewell, an entrepreneur with a unique blend of traditional wisdom and cutting-edge innovation. Raina shares her journey from traditional career paths to pioneering a functional food company aimed at revolutionizing the American food system. Dive deep into entrepreneurship as Raina discusses her strategies for navigating the competitive market, her mission to promote holistic health through her products, and her insights into building a successful business with purpose. Tune in for practical advice, inspiring anecdotes, and a fresh perspective on blending tradition with innovation in the business world. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
28/03/2434m 11s

PatGPT Explains: The Ultimate Guide to Scaling Your Part-Time Business Successfully

On PatGPT, Patrick J. McGinnis the host of FOMO Sapiens generates responses to key questions in entrepreneurship, business, productivity, and life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
26/03/2413m 18s

S11 E10 Mastering Time Management with Nick Sonnenberg

Want to unlock the secrets of time management without drowning in productivity overload? Join entrepreneur and WSJ Bestselling Author Nick Sonnenberg on FOMO Sapiens as he shares his journey from Wall Street trader to efficiency guru with host Patrick J. McGinnis. In this actionable episode, Nick explores the time management industry, his unique approach, and the mindset needed for success. Tune into FOMO Sapiens to discover practical strategies, pitfalls to avoid, and how to strike the right balance between productivity and well-being.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
21/03/2442m 19s

PatGPT's Career Navigator: 3 Key Ways to Determine Your Next Move

On PatGPT, Patrick J. McGinnis the host of FOMO Sapiens generates responses to key questions in entrepreneurship, business, productivity, and life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
19/03/2413m 48s

S11 E9 NYTimes Bestseller Bruce Feiler on Finding Meaningful Work in a Post-Career World

Ready to reframe your approach to success and how to achieve it? Join us on FOMO Sapiens as we delve into the world of entrepreneurship with bestselling author and transition expert, Bruce Feiler. In this episode, host Patrick McGinnis and Bruce explore the evolving career path landscape and challenge traditional notions of achievement and fulfillment. From navigating career transitions to fostering resilience in the face of adversity, Bruce shares practical strategies and inspiring anecdotes to empower entrepreneurs to embrace uncertainty and chart their own course to success. Tune in for a conversation that will leave you motivated to redefine your journey and seize opportunities for growth and innovation. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
14/03/2446m 20s

PatGPT - How to Think about AI with Invisible's Ben Plummer

On PatGPT, Patrick J. McGinnis the host of FOMO Sapiens generates responses to key questions in entrepreneurship, business, productivity, and life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
12/03/2428m 33s

S11 E8 Founding Brothers: Building the Cult Hat Startup, Varsity Headwear

Are you ready to learn what it takes to have entrepreneurial resilience? In this episode of FOMO Sapiens, we venture into the frosty landscapes of Norway with Seb and Alexander Adams, the dynamic duo behind Varsity Headwear. Join host Patrick McGinnis as we unravel the tale of how heritage, practicality, and a steadfast commitment to quality propelled Varsity Headwear from a local venture to an international success story. Tune in to discover the enduring power of specialization, the importance of cultural appreciation in brand identity, and the strategic insights that have shaped Varsity's evolution into a market leader. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
07/03/2444m 24s

Startup Growth Secrets with PatGPT: Unlocking Essential Marketing Strategies

On PatGPT, Patrick J. McGinnis the host of FOMO Sapiens generates responses to key questions in entrepreneurship, business, productivity, and life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
05/03/2415m 48s

S11 E7 NYTimes Bestseller Charles Duhigg Talks SuperCommunicators

How can you shift the way you communicate to generate better outcomes in your professional and personal lives? Join host Patrick McGinnis on FOMO Sapiens as he dives into the art of connection with Charles Duhigg, author of 'Super Communicators.' In this episode, Charles provides insights into mastering the matching principle and discerning the nuances of human interaction, offering a robust stain remover for communication mishaps. From anecdotes of communication calamities to impactful book recommendations and productivity hacks, tune in for a discussion that will leave you equipped to navigate the labyrinth of human connection with confidence Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
29/02/2450m 35s

PatGPT Explains: How to Use ChatGPT to Improve your Communications

On PatGPT, Patrick J. McGinnis the host of FOMO Sapiens generates responses to key questions in entrepreneurship, business, productivity, and life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
28/02/2412m 14s

S11 E6 Social Media's Most Followed Plastic Surgeon, Anthony Youn, on Aging Better

Ever wondered about the secrets behind graceful aging and navigating the maze of social media's influence on beauty standards? Join us on this week's episode of FOMO Sapiens as we delve into formative decisions with renowned plastic surgeon, Anthony Youn. From anti-aging secrets to the psychology of physical transformation, Dr. Youn shares insights into his journey, leveraging social media for positivity, and his latest book, 'Younger For Life.' Tune in for a captivating discussion on holistic plastic surgery, debunking myths, and the pursuit of balanced living in the age of eternal youth. Don't miss this episode! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
22/02/2438m 0s

Insights with PatGPT: 3 Fundamental Lessons You Can Learn from a 3 Year Old

On PatGPT, Patrick J. McGinnis the host of FOMO Sapiens generates responses to key questions in entrepreneurship, business, productivity, and life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
20/02/2412m 16s

S11 E5 TikTok Career Expert Anna Papalia On How to Interview Bette

Ever wondered how to ace your next job interview or make better hiring decisions? Join Patrick as he sits down with Anna Papalia, author of "Interviewology: The New Science of Interviewing," on this episode of FOMO Sapiens. Delve into Anna's insights as she shares how her experience as a Director of Talent Acquisition inspired her to create Interviewology, a formalized language for discussing interviews. Explore common challenges untrained interviewers face and learn how Interviewology addresses these issues. Gain valuable insights into recognizing and leveraging different interview styles, fostering self-awareness, and challenging hiring preferences to promote diversity within organizations. Whether you're a candidate or an interviewer, this episode offers practical strategies for mastering the interview process and advancing your career. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
15/02/2439m 46s

PatGPT Explains: How to Find a Business Partner

On PatGPT, Patrick J. McGinnis the host of FOMO Sapiens generates responses to key questions in entrepreneurship, business, productivity, and life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
13/02/2415m 46s

S11 E4 The Founders of SlooMoo Institute on Building a Slime Empire

Ever wondered how an experiential brand turns FOMO into a fast growing consumer company? Join Patrick McGinnis in a conversation with SlooMoo Institute co-founders, Karen Robinovitz and Sara Schiller, as they share their journey of creating a modern narrative through physical spaces and hands-on experiences. From sensory journeys to interactive slime-based adventures, dive into how SlooMoo fosters nostalgia and community. Explore their entrepreneurial journey, from personal inspiration to navigating COVID-19 challenges, as we unveil the secrets of this innovative and immersive brand. Don't miss this episode! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
08/02/2441m 22s

PatGPT Explains: 5 Powerful Funding Strategies to Kickstart Your Business Venture

On PatGPT, Patrick J. McGinnis the host of FOMO Sapiens generates responses to key questions in entrepreneurship, business, productivity, and life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
06/02/2416m 55s

S11 E3 Talking DogeCoin FOMO with Team Behind This is Not Financial Advice - Part II

Ever wondered what really goes on behind the scenes of those flashy financial successes and crushing losses you see on social media? Join us on this episode of FOMO Sapiens as our guests, Chris Temple and Glauber Contessoto, dive deep into the untold truths about personal relationships with money and the art of making sound financial decisions. They uncover the real stories behind the seemingly glamorous successes and provide valuable insights for navigating high-stakes financial scenarios. Tune in for an honest exploration of financial realities in the age of social media influence and discover strategies for making informed money choices. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
01/02/2435m 47s

PatGPT: Four Steps to Entrepreneurship

On PatGPT, Patrick J. McGinnis the host of FOMO Sapiens generates responses to key questions in entrepreneurship, business, productivity, and life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
30/01/2414m 32s

S11 Ep2 Talking DogeCoin FOMO with Team Behind This is Not Financial Advice - Part I

Did you feel FOMO during the dogecoin bubble? In this episode of FOMO Sapiens, we explore Glauber Contessoto's journey of investing his entire fortune in Dogecoin, a ride that saw his $180,000 climb to $3 million and back down. Meanwhile, documentary filmmaker, Chris Temple, shares his own intriguing perspectives on the psychological impacts of financial decision-making amidst rapid price fluctuations. Join us as we dive into the world of cryptocurrency, discussing the highs and lows. Gain insights into the dynamics of digital assets and the mindset required for navigating the volatile crypto market. Don't miss this revealing episode that unveils the risks and rewards of bold investments in cryptocurrency. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
25/01/2433m 44s

PatGPT: Enlightened FOMO

On PatGPT, Patrick J. McGinnis the host of FOMO Sapiens generates responses to key questions in entrepreneurship, business, productivity, and life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
23/01/2412m 49s

S11 Ep1 In Conversation with the Master of Decision-Making Barry Schwartz

Host Patrick McGinnis welcomes Barry Schwartz, the author of "The Paradox of Choice." They explore the impact of choice overload and its impact on FOMO in the digital age. The conversation delves into the balance between options and happiness, discussing studies like the jam experiment and the complexities of choices in the iPhone world. Join them for insights on how too many choices can lead to decision fatigue and the liberating idea that "good enough is good enough." Say goodbye to FOMO-induced stress and embrace contentment with Barry Schwartz and Patrick McGinnis.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
18/01/2444m 21s

PatGPT: The Theme of Season Eleven is….

On PatGPT, Patrick J. McGinnis the host of FOMO Sapiens generates responses to key questions in entrepreneurship, business, productivity, and life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
16/01/2414m 54s

Best Of: News Not Noise with Jessica Yellin

Jessica Yellin, Emmy, Gracie, and Peabody award-winning journalist, discusses how the competition for viewership in the internet age of instant information forced her to re-evaluate her approach. If she wanted her work to align with her intention, to explain the news and not just report the noise, Jessica had to pivot and find a new way.Launching her business, News Not Noise, on Instagram, Jessica has gained over half a million followers who rely on her to deliver trusted insight, relying on experts rather than pundits, reporting on the facts and not the clickbait. Jessica explains how embracing an entrepreneurial mindset allowed her to amplify her journalistic voice. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
11/01/2436m 3s

FOMOnday: Outsourcing Decision Making

This is FOMOnday, the snackable companion to FOMO Sapiens that starts your week with hot takes, life hacks, listener mail, and even some FOMO therapy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
08/01/2417m 22s

Best Of: 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 the formula to achieve peak performance and the science to sustain it. Steven shares how he became an expert in human performance and how he can replicate peak performance through Flow, an optimal state of consciousness where humans feel and perform their best. To conclude the show, Steven provides practical tips to get more Flow into your life and an online assessment to understand your Flow. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
04/01/2437m 48s

Best of FOMOnday: How to Figure Out Your Life Principles

This is FOMOnday, the snackable companion to FOMO Sapiens that starts your week with hot takes, life hacks, listener mail, and even some FOMO therapy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
02/01/2418m 44s

Best of FOMO Sapiens - Vision Science: 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 to achieve it. Dr. Emily Balcetis, Professor of Social Psychology at NYU, whose TED Talk has surpassed 4 million views, explains the biology-brain connection between what you see and what you can actually get done, also known as Vision Science. In her recent book, “Clearer, Closer, Better: How Successful People See the World,” Emily provides insights into how highly successful people tend to see the world differently and how their methods can be replicated. One of the tactics is narrowing your focus of attention. Doing so makes goals seem more attainable. In return, it boosts your psychology, pumping confidence and gearing the body up to the challenge physiologically. To conclude the show, Emily expands on other useful strategies and provides practical suggestions to use these powerful tactics in your business and everyday life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
28/12/2333m 3s

Best of FOMOnday: How to Get More Sleep

This is FOMOnday, the snackable companion to FOMO Sapiens that starts your week with hot takes, life hacks, listener mail, and even some FOMO therapy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
25/12/2318m 18s

S10 Ep24 Unveiling the Secrets of Mental Health Advocacy with Andrew Frawley

This week's FOMO Sapiens guest is Andrew Frawley, the force behind the Good Life Movement. Discover the challenges of sparking societal change and the pivotal role of grassroots efforts in shaping enduring movements. Andrew's personal journey, from overcoming mental health challenges to founding the Good Life Movement. Join the conversation as Andrew unveils the hurdles he faced while championing mental health in the political arena, and envisions a society valuing holistic well-being. Tune in for this week’s episode on your favorite platform.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
21/12/2339m 31s

FOMOnday: Season 10 Takeaways

This is FOMOnday, the snackable companion to FOMO Sapiens that starts your week with hot takes, life hacks, listener mail, and even some FOMO therapy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
18/12/2317m 13s

S10 Ep23 Nita Farahany on Safeguarding Your Brain in the Age of Neurotechnology

Embark on a journey into neurotechnology with host Patrick McGinnis in this episode of FOMO Sapiens. Patrick and legal scholar Nita Farahany explore the ethical dilemmas of modern neurotech, from brain sensors to AI, reshaping behavior and cognition. Nita shares tips for safeguarding mental well-being and calls for updated human rights frameworks to navigate the era of neurotechnology. Join us for insights in an episode you won't want to miss! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
14/12/2332m 40s

FOMOnday: How Addictive is Social Media and What to do About it

This is FOMOnday, the snackable companion to FOMO Sapiens that starts your week with hot takes, life hacks, listener mail, and even some FOMO therapy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
11/12/2316m 59s

S10 Ep22. Nushama, the Ketamine Wellness Startup

Embark on a journey with host Patrick McGinnis and guests Jay Godfrey and Richard Meloff on this episode of FOMO Sapiens, where they explore the world of plant medicine and Ketamine therapy's wonders. Learn about the potential benefits and the need for wider acceptance and media coverage, like the recent developments of the FDA's rescheduling of MDMA for PTSD treatment that hint at a shift in mindset and destigmatization. Despite its controversial reputation, Ketamine's effectiveness in medical settings as an anesthetic and analgesic invites us to explore its therapeutic benefits and safety in controlled environments. Join us on FOMO Sapiens for an episode that challenges misconceptions and opens doors to a new world of mental health possibilities. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
07/12/2335m 2s

FOMOnday: PatGPT - Neutralizing FOBO in Purchase Decisions

This is FOMOnday, the snackable companion to FOMO Sapiens that starts your week with hot takes, life hacks, listener mail, and even some FOMO therapy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
04/12/2316m 39s

S10 Ep21 Tristan & Jordan Mace: How Innovation Can Fix the Organ Transplant System

We welcome two extraordinary guests to FOMO Sapiens, Tristan and Jordan Mace, a dynamic duo with an inspiring story of love, resilience, and their mission to revolutionize organ transplantation. In this emotionally charged episode, we'll journey with Tristan and Jordan as they faced the life-altering challenge of heart failure and the critical need for a transplant. Their heart-wrenching rollercoaster ride takes us from diagnosis to the life-changing decisions they made in the face of a ticking clock. But that's just the beginning! Discover their remarkable mission with Valeos, the nonprofit organization they founded to improve organ transplantation accessibility for all. Armed with determination and technology, Tristan and Jordan are on a mission to transform the organ donation system, one heartbeat at a time. This heartwarming conversation reveals the challenges they conquered, the miracles they witnessed, and the profound transformations they experienced. From ICU delirium to waking up with new hearts and a shared passion for change, Tristan and Jordan share their extraordinary journey with unfiltered honesty and boundless dedication. Prepare to be deeply moved and inspired as we join Tristan and Jordan Mace on their mission to save hearts, transform lives, and make organ transplantation a miracle accessible to all. Don't miss this episode on FOMO Sapiens, where we explore what it means to leave a legacy of love and hope. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
30/11/2334m 54s

FOMOnday: What the F@#$ is Happening at OpenAI

This is FOMOnday, the snackable companion to FOMO Sapiens that starts your week with hot takes, life hacks, listener mail, and even some FOMO therapy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
27/11/2318m 23s

S10 Ep20 Tristan & Jordan Mace: The Story of an Emergency Heart Transplant

Get ready for a captivating episode on FOMO Sapiens as we welcome two extraordinary guests, Tristan and Jordan Mace, a dynamic duo with an inspiring story of love, resilience, and their mission to revolutionize organ transplantation. In this emotionally charged episode, we'll journey with Tristan and Jordan as they face the life-altering challenge of heart failure and the critical need for a transplant. Their heart-wrenching rollercoaster ride takes us from diagnosis to the life-changing decisions they made in the face of a ticking clock. But that's just the beginning! Discover their remarkable mission with Valeos, the nonprofit organization they founded to improve organ transplantation accessibility for all. Armed with determination and technology, Tristan and Jordan are on a mission to transform the organ donation system, one heartbeat at a time. This heartwarming conversation reveals the challenges they conquered, the miracles they witnessed, and the profound transformations they experienced. From ICU delirium to waking up with new hearts and a shared passion for change, Tristan and Jordan share their extraordinary journey with unfiltered honesty and boundless dedication. Prepare to be deeply moved and inspired as we join Tristan and Jordan Mace on their mission to save hearts, transform lives, and make organ transplantation a miracle accessible to all. Don't miss this episode on FOMO Sapiens, where we explore what it means to leave a legacy of love and hope. Grab your tissues and join us for an unforgettable experience! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
23/11/2342m 9s

FOMOnday: I'm Starting a Company

This is FOMOnday, the snackable companion to FOMO Sapiens that starts your week with hot takes, life hacks, listener mail, and even some FOMO therapy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
20/11/2318m 23s

S10 Ep19. Reboot's Jerry Colonna on Cultivating Empathy

Join host Patrick McGinnis as he engages in a thought-provoking conversation with Jerry Colonna, founder of Reboot.IO. They delve into the topics of fear, division, and the potential for personal growth through reunion. In this episode, they explore the power of language, its connections to fear manipulation, and the challenges of inclusivity. The conversation also touches on the unexpected aspects of division, challenging preconceived notions about its negativity and neutrality. They discuss the moral responsibilities of businesspeople and the need to address societal challenges that often go unaddressed. Jerry provides a roadmap for personal growth through reunion, which begins with connecting to ancestral stories and addressing personal biases and fears. The episode also delves into the personal experiences that inspired Jerry's book, "Reunion," and his mission to dismantle structures that perpetuate suffering. Are you ready to embark on an introspective journey? Tune in to FOMO Sapiens as Patrick and Jerry explore fear, division, and the power of reunion. Get ready to connect with your ancestral history, cultivate empathy, and unravel the secrets of personal growth. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
16/11/2340m 4s

FOMOnday: FOMO Therapy

This is FOMOnday, the snackable companion to FOMO Sapiens that starts your week with hot takes, life hacks, listener mail, and even some FOMO therapy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
13/11/2319m 41s

S10 Ep18. Melinda Arons on How Media Can Change Minds

Are you ready to dive into the world of riveting storytelling and how it can shift the tides of public opinion? Get ready for a highly actionable episode of FOMO Sapiens, where we explore the critical intersection of media, social change, and, of course, compelling narratives. In this edition, our host Patrick McGinnis sits down with Melinda Arons, founder of Arons Advisors, a consulting firm that knows how to wield the power of storytelling for positive societal impact.  In this episode, Patrick and Melinda delve into the thought-provoking world of media creation, and more specifically, Melinda's role in producing the gripping videos that elevated the January 6th committee hearings to new heights. They dissect how these hearings managed to shift the narrative surrounding those tumultuous events from isolated violence to a deeply plotted plan. Prepare to be amazed at how storytelling, in the hands of talented professionals, can effectively sway hearts and minds. She candidly discusses the challenges of getting people to care about important topics in our fast-paced, attention-scarce world. Melinda shares her secret sauce for success, revealing that she only takes on projects as a journalist that she genuinely cares about. It's this authentic passion that fuels her ability to transform mere topics into captivating stories that leave an indelible impact.  Patrick and Melinda also dive into the importance of compelling characters and narratives in capturing the public's attention. With the media landscape more crowded than ever, they discuss the significance of thoughtful and impactful pitches and the need to captivate audiences from the get-go.  So, if you're ready to learn how to master the transformative power of storytelling in action, be sure to tune in to this episode of FOMO Sapiens. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
10/11/2334m 27s

FOMOnday: The Tao of Billy Bob Thornton

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06/11/2318m 35s

S10 Ep17. Michael Gervais on FOPO - Fear of Other People's Opinions

Why do we worry so much about what other people think? Is it because we secretly want to be rock stars and fear the judgment of our guitar skills? Or perhaps we just can't resist the lure of our friend Karen's latest Instagram post, showcasing her perfectly plated avocado toast? Well, fear not, curious listeners! In this episode of FOMO Sapiens, host Patrick McGinnis dives deep into the mysterious world of FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) and FOPO (Fear of Other People's Opinions) with none other than the brilliant Michael Gervais, he's the mastermind behind some of the most innovative sports psychology and high-performance training techniques out there. Trust us when we say that Patrick and Michael are a podcast dream team!  But let's get back to the burning question at hand: why are we so obsessed with other people's opinions? In this riveting conversation, Patrick and Michael take us on a journey through the neurobiology, psychology, and behavioral aspects of FOMO and FOPO. From the exhilarating world of elite athletes to the tumultuous life of one of the greatest composers of all time, they explore the fear that grips us when we feel judged, and how it affects our decision-making and sense of self.  Want to know how top performers handle the pressure? Michael shares mind-blowing insights on how training your mind and regulating your breathing can transform your ability to deal with high-stress situations. Whether you're an athlete facing the watchful eyes of fans or a professional navigating social gatherings, this episode will equip you with the tools and practices to level up your performance and conquer those fear-inducing moments. So, get ready for a gripping episode that will have you inhaling every word with bated breath. Join Patrick McGinnis and Michael Gervais as they unravel the mysteries of FOMO Sapiens and leave you feeling both entertained and enlightened. Trust us, you won't want to miss this one! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
02/11/2336m 46s

FOMOnday: The Brain Chemistry of FOMO

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30/10/2312m 58s

Gaby Pérez Millón: Cómo L'Oréal vence al FOMA

This special edition of FOMO Sapiens is the first in our series of episodes produced in partnership with Mercado Ads, a division of Latin American technology leader Mercado Libre. This episode is presented in Spanish.  ¡Bienvenidos a una edición especial de FOMO Sapiens! Hoy nos sumergimos un poco más en un término novedoso que estamos impulsando con el equipo de Mercado Libre: 'FOMA’ (Fear Of Missing Audience), el miedo a perder a nuestra audiencia, una variante de 'FOMO' que afecta a los especialistas en marketing. ¿Por qué? Porque llegar a los consumidores y cambiar su comportamiento en el mundo actual es un desafío constante. Para ayudarnos a navegar por este apasionante tema, tengo el placer de contar con la presencia de Gaby Pérez Millón, la CDMO de L'Oréal Argentina, una verdadera experta en la transformación digital y el marketing de una de las empresas más influyentes del mundo de la belleza. Nos adentraremos en sus experiencias y decisiones clave que la llevaron a donde está hoy. Gaby comparte cómo enfrentó la transformación digital en L'Oréal, adaptándose a las cambiantes tecnologías y preferencias de los consumidores. Descubre cómo el 'FOMA' influye en las estrategias de marketing, cómo se mantienen relevantes en un mundo digital en constante cambio y cómo aprovechan al máximo la first-party data para llegar a las audiencias adecuadas. Hablaremos de la importancia del 'retail media' y cómo el buen uso de los datos puede marcar la diferencia en la efectividad de tus campañas. También, exploraremos cómo el futuro del marketing y la belleza se encuentran en la intersección de la tecnología y la experiencia del cliente. Si eres un profesional del marketing o simplemente alguien interesado en cómo las marcas se mantienen relevantes en un mundo digital, este episodio te brindará información valiosa y una visión única del mercado actual. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
26/10/2323m 35s

S10 Ep16. How Zameer Kassam Is Redefining the Jewelry Experience

Have you ever pondered what it takes to build a business that stands out from the crowd? In this episode of FOMO Sapiens, we present Zameer Kassam, a renowned jeweler. As we delve into the realm of exquisite gemstones, let's contemplate: Do we ever feel like we might be missing out on more? Is our ambition rooted in traditional corporate aspirations, or do we strive to follow our creative passions? In this engaging episode, Zameer guides us through his entrepreneurial journey. From initially designing for others to showcasing his unique creations on social media, Zameer's talent got noticed by influential figures, including those connected to Harvard. Indeed, his journey offers a genuine case study of how quality craftsmanship can garner global recognition. What differentiates Zameer's venture in the crowded jewelry market? It's the emphasis on personalization and storytelling. To Zameer, jewelry isn't merely an ornament but a medium to convey emotions and narratives. Each item he crafts is custom-made, embedding elements that signify pivotal moments and messages—akin to having a tangible memory. This episode offers an in-depth look into Zameer's artistic approach, highlighting how he merges traditional design with the personal tales of his patrons. We also delve into educational insights on diamonds, the intricate process of understanding clients' narratives, and the creation of jewelry pieces that encapsulate genuine sentiments. You may wonder, "Why didn't Zameer accept all those investment propositions and corporate opportunities?" Zameer candidly discusses his reservations and introspections, contemplating whether such avenues would offer true satisfaction or sacrifice artistic integrity. His journey emphasizes self-awareness and a passionate drive, where contentment and influence surpass mere financial success. Tune in, prepare to be fully engaged, and let Zameer Kassam's wisdom enlighten you. Exploring creativity's brilliance and the importance of personal connections, this episode promises insights and inspiration. Don't miss out on this enriching content. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
26/10/2342m 33s

FOMOnday: Listener Mail Fear of Losing My Job

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23/10/2315m 54s

S10 Ep15. From Fintech to Legal Tech: How Carlos Hernandez is Empowering Small Business Owners

In this episode of FOMO Sapiens, host Patrick McGinnis sits down with guest Carlos Hernandez, the founder of Crediverso, a legal tech company. Together, they delve into the world of generative technology and its impact on the legal industry. Carlos shares his insights on how leveraging technology in the right way is crucial, and how his company uses generative technology in legal tech to address the specific needs of underserved communities. They discuss the challenges faced by Hispanic small business owners and entrepreneurs, highlighting the importance of tools like My Pocket Lawyer in navigating legal issues on a daily basis. The conversation explores the power of technology in simplifying and explaining legal matters in an easy-to-understand language, empowering consumers to make informed decisions.  Carlos reveals how their company utilizes generative AI to help customers populate documentation, apply for foreign driver's licenses, and even scan contracts. Furthermore, Carlos provides a glimpse into the fundraising landscape and shares his insights on raising capital. He emphasizes the importance of showcasing growth, a solid team, and a clear understanding of the target market in attracting investors. The recent success of his company's fundraising round, which raised an impressive $3.5 million, underscores the demand for accessible legal services. Throughout the episode, Carlos emphasizes his company's commitment to serving underprivileged populations, starting with the Hispanic community. He shares his personal experiences growing up in a community that was often overlooked and the motivation to create tools that address their unique challenges. Join Patrick McGinnis and Carlos Hernandez on FOMO Sapiens for an informative conversation that will leave you inspired and thinking about the untapped potential of generative technology in the legal industry. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
19/10/2334m 35s

FOMOnday: How to Pivot

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16/10/2318m 50s

S10 Ep14. Jill Stoddard on Overcoming Imposterism

What if I told you that feeling like a fraud is not just reserved for failed heists or undercover agents? Nope, it's an all-too-common phenomenon called "Impostor Syndrome," and it affects even the most accomplished among us.  During this episode of FOMO Sapiens, Patrick invites the brilliant and introspective Jill Stoddard, psychologist extraordinaire, to dissect the raw truth behind this sneaky mindset. Are you plagued by self-doubt and the fear of being found out as an imposter, even when you've got the goods to back it up? Well, prepare to find solace in your struggle as Patrick and Jill dive deep into the psychology behind Impostor Syndrome. They'll strip away the masks we wear and explore the fundamental torment of feeling like an imposter in roles we genuinely care about. Jill, with her expert insights, guides listeners through the labyrinth of impostor thoughts and the mind-traps they create. She unearths the various subtypes of impostors, from "The Expert" who can never know enough to "The Superhuman" who believes they must juggle everything flawlessly. As they discuss these subtypes, Patrick and Jill share personal anecdotes and relatable stories that will make you feel like part of the conversation. From the psychological underpinnings of Impostor Syndrome to practical strategies for managing its grip, this episode unpacks it all.  Listen in as the profound concept of "psychological flexibility" comes to life, empowering you to make choices aligned with your values, even in the face of fear. Get ready as they debunk the idea that Impostor Syndrome is solely an individual problem, highlighting the role of culture, bias, and discrimination in perpetuating these feelings. Buckle up for a roller coaster ride of realization, as Patrick and Jill provide you with the tools to outsmart your inner impostor and step into your greatness. Trust us, you don't want to miss this mind-expanding conversation. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
12/10/2340m 18s

FOMOnday: The Power of Hanging Back

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09/10/2317m 49s

S10 Ep13. Suneel Gupta on Discovering Your Everyday Dharma

In this episode of FOMO Sapiens, host Patrick McGinnis welcomes special guest Suneel Gupta, author of the book "Everyday Dharma", who shares his experience of writing his first book while working in private equity, dedicating just 30 minutes a day to writing.  Suneel's new book, "Everyday Dharma," is a guide to making ancient wisdom relevant to the modern world, and applicable to our daily lives. Gupta discusses the concept of wisdom being sought after throughout history, emphasizing the importance of finding equanimity, or space, between being triggered and responding.  Throughout the conversation, we highlight "Opeka," which focuses on finding comfort in discomfort. He shares an analogy of a prickly porcupine to illustrate how we can navigate challenging situations in life, and stresses the importance of taking a moment of reflection before reacting to difficult circumstances.  The conversation delves into the works of Victor Frankl, particularly his book "Man's Search for Meaning." Gupta and Patrick discuss how previous generations viewed and pursued meaning in their lives through financial success, while younger generations are prioritizing meaning over money. They explore how integrating ancient wisdom into our lives doesn't mean giving up ambition or financial success, but rather examining whether material possessions truly bring fulfillment.  Suneel encourages self-inquiry and avoiding reaching old age with regrets about not living life differently. He shares the story of Karen, a nurse who brought her passion for writing into her job without leaving it, demonstrating that approaching life differently can be achieved within existing circumstances.  The discussion also touches on the concept of FOMO (fear of missing out) and how external desires and accumulation of wealth often fail to bring internal fulfillment. Suneel also introduces the "arrival fallacy," the belief that reaching a certain point of accumulation or success will bring complete fulfillment, which he argues is a flawed notion.  The episode explores the importance of self-awareness and avoiding impulsive actions, as well as the societal pressure to respond quickly in every communication channel. Gupta questions the urgency of immediate responses and suggests that decision-making power should be placed at the beginning to determine if a situation truly requires an immediate response or if it can be addressed later.  Tune in to discover your dharma (inner calling or essence), and find ways to express it while managing responsibilities and obligations. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
05/10/2339m 47s

FOMOnday: Fear of Becoming Obsolete

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02/10/2316m 50s

S10 Ep12. Matt Abrahams on How to Think Faster and Talk Smarter

Join us in this episode of FOMO Sapiens as we delve into the art of effective communication with renowned expert, Matt Abrahams. Discover how to become a better listener and communicator as Matt shares invaluable insights. Matt highlights the significance of genuine listening, underlining its role in understanding others' perspectives for successful communication. He recounts a personal story where he failed to listen effectively, missing the true needs of the other person. During the episode, Matt introduces the intriguing concept of "the three H's," which he later unravels. He emphasizes the value of attention as our most precious commodity and advocates for brevity in communication, exemplified by his mother's saying, "Tell the time, don't build the clock." Matt unveils his method for achieving conciseness in speech, involving prioritizing key elements and selecting the most crucial words. He encourages practice through podcast listening, pausing, and rephrasing for precision. Matt's expertise extends to networking, pitching, and negotiating. He provides advice on understanding your audience's needs and offers a structured approach to crafting impactful pitches with just four sentence starters. Furthermore, Matt shares practical techniques for managing anxiety through deep breathing and staying present in nerve-wracking situations. Don't miss this engaging and insightful conversation with Matt Abrahams on FOMO Sapiens. Tune in to enhance your communication skills and join Patrick McGinnis and Matt as they guide you toward becoming a more effective communicator. Grab your headphones and dive into this transformative episode today! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
28/09/2341m 29s

FOMOnday: The Secret to the Perfect Elevator Pitch

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25/09/2314m 52s

S10 Ep11. The Founders of theSkimm on Building a Company People Want to Work for

Today on FOMO Sapiens we delve into the remarkable story of how the founders of theSkimm, Carly and Danielle, built a company that people not only want to work for, but also rely on for trusted information and guidance. From its humble beginnings, theSkimm has grown alongside its initial audience, adapting to their changing needs and evolving into a multi-faceted platform that covers personal finance, health, family, and purchasing decisions.  The driving force behind theSkimm's focus on millennial women is their recognition of this demographic's immense economic influence and their belief that these women are the most important customers to cater to. Recognized as a necessary resource for navigating the complexities of adulthood, theSkimm has become a trusted companion, helping women make informed decisions in various aspects of their lives.  As the company grows, it eagerly embraces a new generation of women, understanding that their experiences and decisions will shape the future direction of the company. But, like any successful venture, theSkimm had its humble beginnings. Carly and Danielle made a pivotal decision to quit their jobs at a young age, a decision that still fills them with unease even after 11 years of running their company. Fuelled by a passion for the news business, they faced countless challenges to break into the industry, including entering the job market during the Great Recession, where stable jobs were hard to come by. Working in media during a downturn meant financial sacrifices, but it also fueled their determination to make their mark. What sets Carly and Danielle apart is their unique dynamic and magical working relationship as friends and business partners. Starting a business with a friend may be seen as unwise, but they defy conventional wisdom and credit their successful partnership to their shared passion, trust, and the ability to address potential conflicts from the outset. Observing the changing landscape of the news industry, Carly and Danielle realized there was a lack of focus on their demographic, young women who were increasingly leading and making purchasing decisions. Sensing an opportunity to fill this void, they embarked on a mission to create a source of trusted information specifically targeted towards women. Maintaining a strong brand ethos and voice has been instrumental in engaging and retaining theSkimm's audience. The company's brand has evolved over time, incorporating fresh perspectives and ideas to ensure relevancy and resonance with its diverse audience. Recognizing the importance of driving change and reaching a wider target audience, The Skimm understands the need to bring in new voices to continuously enhance their brand. In addition to their entrepreneurial spirit and hunger for growth, Carly and Danielle are staunch advocates for policies that support women in the workforce. They have implemented progressive policies within the company, including paid family leave, unlimited vacation days, improved healthcare benefits, and childcare coverage. Recognizing the needs of their predominantly female workforce, they have partnered with companies like VV to provide comprehensive childcare support. However, The Skimm's mission extends beyond its own workforce. They have launched impactful campaigns like "Show US Your Leave" and "Show US Your Childcare" to address the lack of support for families in terms of paid family leave and childcare. Through transparent sharing of policies, they have catalyzed positive change in hundreds of companies, wagering that supporting families ultimately benefits both employees and businesses. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
21/09/2339m 35s

FOMOnday: Pat GPT Listener Mail

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18/09/2319m 19s

S10 Ep10. Jennifer Wallace on Toxic Achievement Culture

Get ready for a thrilling ride on the FOMO Sapiens Podcast! For this episode, we sit down with Jennifer Wallace, the mastermind behind 'Never Enough.' Together, we're diving deep into the culture of toxic achievement that has us all in a chokehold. Jennifer opens up about her journey to break free from the 'yes' trap, showing us how crafting personal policies in line with our values can be a game-changer. Our conversation kicks off with a bang as we ask Jennifer about the defining moment that led her to where she is today. Brace yourself for her revelation: setting clear values and personal policies. She admits to struggling with saying 'no,' but these policies not only helped her write her book but also transformed her into a boundary-setting rockstar. Plus, it turns out people love her even more for it! Digging deeper, we ask for real-life examples of how she lives by these policies. Jennifer dishes out her experience as a parent juggling the demands of schools that thrive on parental involvement. Her solution? Only volunteer where she can interact directly with her kids, freeing up time for her freelance work. Jennifer explains how personal policies eliminate decision fatigue and give her the unbreakable power of conviction. But wait, there's more! We grill Jennifer on how to keep these policies from turning into rigid rules. Her secret? Most policies guard her work time, creating pockets of uninterrupted focus for research and writing. Oh, and she's got a ceramic tiger as a reminder – it's like a guardian of boundaries. She even shares tiger pics with her friends to nudge them to protect their limits. And the grand finale? Jennifer's book, 'Never Enough.' She spills the beans on what inspired her: the madness of 2019. From high school anxiety to college scandals and her own Washington Post article on stressed-out students, she had to investigate further. The result? A guide to help us all navigate the unhealthy pursuit of achievement. With 'Never Enough,' Jennifer peels back the layers of a society obsessed with success at any cost. Her journey and research offer crucial insights and strategies to break free from the toxic achievement trap. So, tune in to the FOMO Sapiens Podcast and discover how to prioritize your well-being and values in a world that always demands more." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
14/09/2337m 15s

FOMOnday: Thinking About 9-11

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11/09/2316m 11s

S10 Ep9. The Performance Paradox with Eduardo Briceño

Welcome to another episode of FOMO Sapiens, where we uncover the strategies, insights, and stories that will help you amplify your performance and maximize your impact. In this exciting episode, we dive deep into the concept of the Performance Paradox with the brilliant and transformative speaker and author Eduardo Briceño. Eduardo recounts a pivotal moment in his life when he realized that his career in investment banking and venture capital was lacking meaning and purpose. Struck by a repetitive strain injury and facing the possibility of disability, Eduardo embarked on a journey to heal and redefine his approach to life. This led him to grad school and, ultimately, to the work he does today. The discussion then delves into the Performance Paradox, an intriguing concept that challenges our conventional understanding of performance. Eduardo explains that fixating solely on performing actually hinders our results and stifles growth. Drawing on research and real-life examples, he reveals that the best performers in any domain spend a significant amount of time in the learning zone, continuously working on improvement and embracing a growth mindset. Patrick and Eduardo discuss the dangers of chronically focusing on performance without dedicating enough time to learning and growth and also touch upon the common misconception that success is directly proportional to the number of hours worked, debunking the myth that more time equals better results. We also discuss Eduardo’s new book, "The Performance Paradox." This exciting read challenges traditional notions of success and offers practical strategies for embracing the learning zone and achieving meaningful results. Packed with real-world examples and compelling research, Eduardo's book is a must-read for anyone striving to thrive in today's fast-paced, competitive world. Tune in to this thought-provoking conversation and discover how you can break free from the Performance Paradox, unlock your potential, and lead a more fulfilling and impactful life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
07/09/2336m 26s

Entrepreneurial Thinking: Demystifying KPIs

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05/09/2315m 59s

S10 Ep8. MIT’s Zeynep Ton on How to Create Good Jobs

Welcome to a brand-new episode of FOMO Sapiens. In this episode, host Patrick McGinnis sits down with accomplished MIT Sloan School of Management Professor and best-selling author Zeynep Ton. Zeynep's extensive research and expertise in creating sustainable, successful companies that offer good jobs will captivate and inspire you. Ton's big idea from her first book "The Good Jobs Strategy" is that providing good jobs is a choice, even for low-cost retailers. It challenges the conventional wisdom that low wages and high turnover are necessary for profitability. Instead, Zeynep argues that these practices are more expensive than we may think. Her latest book delves deeper into the reasons why companies should make the choice to offer good jobs and provides practical insights on how to do so. Throughout the episode, Zeynep explores two key lessons that she has discovered through her research. Firstly, she reveals that paying employees low wages and operating with high turnover can actually cost companies more in the long run by generating hidden costs like lost sales and low productivity. Zeynep presents compelling evidence that changing to a good job system is not only less risky than commonly believed, but also yields positive financial returns. Zeynep also emphasizes that creating a good job system isn't just about human resources - it's about winning in business. She underscores the importance of investing in people, paying them enough, so they can focus on their jobs, and positioning your teams for success. Elements such as meaningful work, respect for employees' time, and trust in their decision-making abilities are key components of a good job. This approach not only benefits the workers but also increases productivity and contributes to overall company success. In the episode, Zeynep acknowledges the changing nature of the workforce due to advancements in AI and automation. She expresses concern about the prevailing belief that people can easily be retrained for different jobs, and highlights the pressure on employers and companies to respond to technological disruptions while still creating good jobs. She believes that technology doesn't happen to us; we have agency in how we respond to it. Drawing from real-world examples, Zeynep showcases how companies can adapt to a good job system and thrive in the face of change. One such example is Sam's Club, Walmart's wholesale club. Before 2017, Sam's Club was underperforming and falling behind Costco. However, a new CEO implemented key changes, including investing in employees by raising wages and implementing stable schedules. Reducing product variety also improved employee productivity and customer satisfaction. By leveraging technology to enhance and empower employees, companies can create better jobs and increase customer value. Zeynep reveals that even business school professors are at the forefront of exploring how capitalism can be improved. The rise of mission-driven companies allows customers to align their values with the businesses they support. Zeynep emphasizes that customers have a role to play in the conversation about what good jobs should look like. This engaging episode also explores the power of entrepreneurship and starting from scratch to create great companies. Zeynep shares the story of Jim Synagel, who started Costco in Seattle 40 years ago. By paying double the industry average for employees, Costco built a great team and achieved remarkable success. The key, Zeynep argues, is having conviction and creating a strong system from the beginning. Join us for this thought-provoking episode, that challenges the status quo and offers practical strategies for companies to embrace the good job model. Discover how companies can thrive in a changing world and create sustainable growth while prioritizing their most valuable asset - their employees. Don't miss out on this insightful conversation! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
31/08/2334m 57s

FOMOnday: How to Be a Good Boss

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28/08/2319m 15s

S10. Ep7. Homaira Kabir on Beating Back Imposter Syndrome

Join us for an enlightening episode of FOMO Sapiens, as we sit down with Homaira Kabir, a respected psychologist and coach, to discuss her new book, "Goodbye Perfect: How To Stop Pleasing, Proving, and Pushing For Others... and Live For Yourself." Homaira Kabir shares her journey of self-discovery and offers practical insights to break free from the burden of people-pleasing and self-doubt. In this episode, she emphasizes the significance of finding our true selves and stepping away from external pressures. Through relatable stories and actionable advice, Homaira Kabir shows us how self-compassion, setting boundaries, and embracing imperfections lead to a more fulfilling life. Learn how to cultivate self-worth and gain the confidence to live authentically. Discover the impact of living in alignment with your values and interests, and how this can transform your life. Say "Goodbye Perfect" and embrace a life that is genuine and true to who you are. If you're seeking practical guidance to let go of external expectations and live a more fulfilling life, this episode of FOMO Sapiens with Homaira Kabir is a must-listen. Tune in for a journey of self-empowerment and self-love that will inspire positive change in your life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
24/08/2337m 41s

FOMOnday: How to Not Get Scammed

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21/08/2317m 30s

S10 Ep6. 103-year old Doctor Gladys McGarey on the Secrets to a Well-Lived Life

In this profound and enlightening episode of FOMO Sapiens, we sit down with the remarkable Dr. Gladys McGarey, a trailblazing medical doctor whose journey and wisdom offer invaluable lessons for achieving a long and meaningful life. Dr. Gladys McGarey's story is one of pioneering spirit and unwavering dedication to holistic healthcare. As one of the first female physicians in the United States, she broke barriers and challenged conventional medical practices. Join us as we explore her early struggles, triumphs, and the defining moments that shaped her extraordinary career. In this episode, Dr. Gladys McGarey shares her deep insights on what it truly means to live a fulfilling life. Drawing from her vast experience in medicine and her holistic approach to healing, she imparts invaluable lessons on maintaining physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being. With a focus on preventive care, Dr. McGarey reveals the secrets to cultivating a healthy lifestyle that promotes longevity and meaning. From nutrition and exercise to mindfulness and stress reduction, her advice empowers listeners to take charge of their own well-being. Furthermore, Dr. Gladys McGarey's perspective on the importance of nurturing meaningful connections and building a strong support system shines a light on the essential role relationships play in our overall happiness and longevity. Join us as we dive into her wealth of knowledge, exploring the intersection of science and spirituality and how these elements converge to create a purposeful existence. Dr. McGarey's insights inspire a deeper understanding of the mind-body connection and its impact on living a balanced life. Throughout this captivating conversation, Dr. Gladys McGarey's warmth and wisdom resonate deeply, reminding us all that life's purpose extends beyond mere success or material accomplishments. She challenges us to embrace compassion, gratitude, and a sense of purpose, paving the way for a life filled with meaning and fulfillment. If you're seeking inspiration to lead a more intentional and fulfilling life, don't miss this transformative episode of FOMO Sapiens with Dr. Gladys McGarey. Her timeless wisdom and unique perspective on health and happiness will leave a lasting impression on your journey to living life to its fullest potential. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
17/08/2337m 25s

FOMOnday: How to Extend Our Lifespan

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14/08/2315m 48s

S10 Ep5. Athletic Brewing's Bill Shufelt on Building A Non-Alc Brewery

In this episode of FOMO Sapiens, we delve into the inspiring journey of Bill Shufelt, the visionary co-founder of Athletic Brewing. Get ready to be inspired by his story of entrepreneurship, resilience, and passion for crafting a successful business in an industry known for its challenges. Bill Shufelt's journey to founding Athletic Brewing began with a unique vision: to create high-quality, non-alcoholic craft beer that would cater to both health-conscious consumers and the ever-expanding sober-curious community. As a seasoned business thinker with a background in finance, Bill's transition into the brewing industry was still unconventional. Join us as we explore the early days of Athletic Brewing, where Bill faced numerous obstacles while trying to disrupt a market dominated by traditional alcoholic beverages. We hear firsthand accounts of how he overcame skepticism and naysayers who doubted the viability of non-alcoholic craft beer. With unwavering determination, Shufelt refused to back down. Tune in as Bill shares the most challenging moments in his entrepreneurial journey. Learn how he navigated through tough times, adapted to unexpected obstacles, and turned them into opportunities for growth. In this episode, FOMO Sapiens also dives deep into the importance of maintaining a strong company culture and a team passionate about the brand's mission. From brewing breakthroughs to exciting new product launches, this episode covers the latest developments in Athletic Brewing's ever-expanding product line. Bill Shufelt's commitment to quality and customer satisfaction has not only led to impressive numbers but also fueled the brand's positive impact on people's lives. Join us for an unforgettable conversation with Bill Shufelt as we explore the incredible journey of Athletic Brewing - a story of passion, perseverance, and crafting a successful business that challenges the norms. Whether you're a budding entrepreneur or a fan of great craft beer, this episode will leave you inspired and eager to take on your own challenges. Don't miss out on this tasty episode of FOMO Sapiens! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
10/08/2342m 44s

FOMOnday: How to Think about the Non-Alc Movement with Douglas Watters of Dry Atlas

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07/08/2319m 52s

S10 Ep4. Agapi Stassinopoulos on Conversing with the Cosmos, Part II

In part 2 of our conversation with Agapi Stassinopoulos, continue to explore her latest captivating book, "Speaking with Spirit", and discuss the profound insights and wisdom it holds. Stassinopoulos, known for her inspirational approach to personal growth and spirituality, shares her journey into spiritual communication, discussing how she began to tune into a realm beyond the physical, and the impact this has had on her life. We explore "Speaking with Spirit", a work that sheds light on her conversations with the universe, how she translates its messages and what these dialogues can teach us about our own lives. Learn how to tap into your own spiritual guidance system, decode the universe's messages, and draw wisdom from unexpected places. Throughout this episode, Agapi provides actionable advice on nurturing our own spiritual connections, and talks about the importance of overcoming fear - whether it's the fear of the unknown, fear of change, or even the fear of missing out. This is more than just a conversation about her book; it's an exploration of how spirituality can guide us, inspire us, and provide us with a sense of purpose and belonging. Whether you're deeply spiritual, simply curious, or somewhere in between, this episode promises to be a spiritual expedition that could transform the way you view your world. Join us for this inspiring episode as we learn to transcend fear and embrace the cosmos' wisdom. Tune into FOMO Sapiens for a spiritual conversation that goes beyond the everyday. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
03/08/2335m 51s

FOMOnday: Patrick's Hot Takes on X, Twitter, Threads & Bluesky

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31/07/2318m 0s

S10 Ep3. Agapi Stassinopoulos on Conversing with the Cosmos, Part I

In this week's enlightening episode of FOMO Sapiens, we delve into the realm of the metaphysical with our guest, Agapi Stassinopoulos, renowned speaker, author, and spiritual guide. We explore her latest captivating book, "Speaking with Spirit", and discuss the profound insights and wisdom it holds. Stassinopoulos, known for her inspirational approach to personal growth and spirituality, shares her journey into spiritual communication, discussing how she began to tune into a realm beyond the physical, and the impact this has had on her life. We explore "Speaking with Spirit", a work that sheds light on her conversations with the universe, how she translates its messages and what these dialogues can teach us about our own lives. Learn how to tap into your own spiritual guidance system, decode the universe's messages, and draw wisdom from unexpected places. Throughout this episode, Agapi provides actionable advice on nurturing our own spiritual connections, and talks about the importance of overcoming fear - whether it's the fear of the unknown, fear of change, or even the fear of missing out. This is more than just a conversation about her book; it's an exploration of how spirituality can guide us, inspire us, and provide us with a sense of purpose and belonging. Whether you're deeply spiritual, simply curious, or somewhere in between, this episode promises to be a spiritual expedition that could transform the way you view your world. Join us for this inspiring episode as we learn to transcend fear and embrace the cosmos' wisdom. Tune into FOMO Sapiens for a spiritual conversation that goes beyond the everyday. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
27/07/2335m 48s

FOMOnday: How to Breathe

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24/07/2318m 1s

S10 Ep2. Olympic Racer Kara Goucher’s True Endurance Journey, Part II

This week on FOMO Sapiens, we continue our conversation with Kara Goucher - an acclaimed long-distance runner, two-time Olympian, and former member of the elite Nike Oregon Project. Join us as we discuss her new book "The Longest Race" and delve into her inspiring journey of self-discovery and independence. We’re also joined by her co-author, acclaimed sports journalist Mary Pilon. Goucher, one of America's most distinguished long-distance runners, opens up about her time at the Oregon Project, the high-stakes and intense culture fostered by the high-profile Nike running team. She reveals the challenges she faced - a complex web of exploitation, high expectations, and a fight for her own identity within the fiercely competitive landscape. Hear first-hand about her tumultuous journey to the top, the resilience it took to overcome injuries, self-doubt, and the intense public scrutiny of being an Olympian. Discover how she navigated this difficult terrain and emerged stronger, finding her way back to her true self and standing strong in her independence. In "The Longest Race", Goucher unpacks these experiences with unflinching honesty, offering readers a rare glimpse into the life of an elite athlete. This episode isn't just about running; it's about the endurance of the human spirit and the power of self-belief. Whether you're an athlete, an aspiring runner, or anyone seeking to overcome personal challenges, this episode is brimming with invaluable insights. It speaks of resilience, determination, and the journey to independence that can inspire us all. Don't miss this fascinating exploration of Goucher's life beyond the race track. Remember, FOMO may be universal, but the courage to chase after what truly matters is within us all. Tune in this week on FOMO Sapiens! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
20/07/2330m 23s

FOMOnday: How to Crush It Without Getting Crushed

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17/07/2316m 33s

S10. Ep1. Olympic Racer Kara Goucher's True Endurance Journey, Part I

This week on FOMO Sapiens, we sprint into the life of Kara Goucher - an acclaimed long-distance runner, two-time Olympian, former member of the elite Nike Oregon Project, and hernow a published author. Join us as we discuss her new book "The Longest Race" and delve into her inspiring journey of self-discovery and independence. We’re also joined by her co-author, acclaimed spots journalist Mary PIlon.   Goucher, one of America's most distinguished long-distance runners, opens up about her time at the Oregon Project, the high-stakes and intense culture fostered by the high-profile Nike running team. She reveals the challenges she faced - a complex web of exploitation, high expectations, and a fight for her own identity within the fiercely competitive landscape. Hear first-hand about her tumultuous journey to the top, the resilience it took to overcome injuries, self-doubt, and the intense public scrutiny of being an Olympian. Discover how she navigated this difficult terrain and emerged stronger, finding her way back to her true self and standing strong in her independence. In "The Longest Race", Goucher unpacks these experiences with unflinching honesty, offering readers a rare glimpse into the life of an elite athlete. This episode isn't just about running; it's about the endurance of the human spirit and the power of self-belief. Whether you're an athlete, an aspiring runner, or anyone seeking to overcome personal challenges, this episode is brimming with invaluable insights. It speaks of resilience, determination, and the journey to independence that can inspire us all. Don't miss this fascinating exploration of Goucher's life beyond the race track. Remember, FOMO may be universal, but the courage to chase after what truly matters is within us all. Tune in this week on FOMO Sapiens! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
13/07/2335m 36s

FOMOnday: How to Generate Exclusivity

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10/07/2315m 24s

Less Is More: The Power of Essentialism

Welcome to FOMO Sapiens, the podcast about entrepreneurial thinkers who don't just follow the crowd, but instead take their own path to success in business and in life. In this episode, host Patrick J. McGinnis is joined by best-selling author Greg McKeown, known for his transformative book "Essentialism." Together, they explore his latest thought-provoking work, "Effortless: Make It Easier to Do What Matters Most." In our society, hustle and struggle have become almost synonymous with success. But Greg challenges this norm, suggesting that we can achieve our most significant goals without the inevitable burnout. How can we make the essential tasks of life easier? Is it possible to work smarter, not harder? During this enlightening conversation, Greg takes us through the heart of his new book, discussing how to make the path to success less arduous, and more 'Effortless'. He shares insights on transforming our approaches, changing our preconceived notions about success, and mastering the art of making life's most important tasks effortless. If you're feeling overwhelmed by life's demands, dealing with burnout, or simply looking for ways to optimize your workflow and lifestyle, this episode is a treasure trove of wisdom. Join us as we redefine productivity and success with Greg McKeown's 'Effortless'. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
06/07/2330m 23s

FOMOnday: Summer Check-In

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03/07/2320m 46s

We Have The Technology: Jamie Metzl and Building Better Humans

Welcome to FOMO Sapiens, the podcast about entrepreneurial thinkers who don't just follow the crowd, but instead take their own path to success in business and in life. In this episode, host Patrick J. McGinnis is joined by Jamie Metzl, a technology and healthcare futurist, geopolitical expert, and author of "Hacking Darwin: Genetic Engineering and the Future of Humanity." In a captivating conversation, we dive into the content of Jamie's groundbreaking book, discussing how genetic engineering is about to drastically alter the future of our species. Jamie elucidates the current state of genetic science, the ethical dilemmas arising from it, and what these innovations might mean for the future of humanity. The discussion touches on topics like CRISPR, gene editing, designer babies, and the societal implications of these advancements. Jamie explains how these innovations could revolutionize healthcare, longevity, and even our evolutionary trajectory, all while discussing the ethical conundrums and potential risks that accompany such progress. Whether you're a science enthusiast, an entrepreneur in the healthcare space, or simply interested in understanding how genetic engineering could shape our future, this episode is a fascinating journey through the genetic frontier. Join us and let Jamie Metzl's "Hacking Darwin" open your eyes to the potential and the challenges of our genetically-engineered future. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
29/06/2336m 14s

FOMOnday: How to Find a Coach

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26/06/2317m 50s

Finding the Courage to Monetize Your Talents

Welcome to FOMO Sapiens, the podcast about entrepreneurial thinkers who don't just follow the crowd, but instead take their own path to success in business and in life. In this episode, host Patrick J. McGinnis is joined by renowned author and entrepreneurship expert Dorie Clark, as they delve into her influential book, "Entrepreneurial You." Our conversation revolves around Dorie's innovative perspective on entrepreneurship, where she argues that the key to success in today's business landscape lies in our ability to monetize our expertise, create multiple income streams, and thrive in our efforts. Together, we explore the methods, strategies, and the mindset required to transition from a traditional role to a more entrepreneurial endeavor. Dorie shares her insights from successful entrepreneurs she’s interviewed, and her own personal journey, revealing how to create a portfolio of revenue streams, both traditional and online, so that you can liberate your talent and live a more fulfilled, financially secure life. Whether you're a seasoned entrepreneur seeking to diversify your income, an aspiring entrepreneur uncertain about how to begin, or simply curious about the entrepreneurial lifestyle, this episode is packed with practical tips and inspirational stories that can help pave your own path to success. Tune in and let Dorie Clark's "Entrepreneurial You" challenge your perceptions of traditional work and help guide your entrepreneurial journey. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
22/06/2336m 15s

FOMOnday: How to Make Travel Meaningful

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19/06/2319m 31s

S9 Ep24. Scaling a Startup in Asia

Welcome to FOMO Sapiens, the podcast about entrepreneurial thinkers who don't just follow the crowd, but instead take their own path to success in business and in life. In this episode, host Patrick J. McGinnis is joined by Ron Baetiong, a successful entrepreneur from the Philippines and founder of Pod Machine, a company that provides podcast production services to businesses and individuals. Baetiong shares his insights on the state of entrepreneurship in the Philippines, and his personal journey as an entrepreneur. He explains the unique challenges and opportunities presented by the Philippines market, and how entrepreneurs can navigate the local business landscape to build successful ventures. Throughout the conversation, Baetiong and McGinnis discuss the importance of networking and relationship-building in entrepreneurship, as well as the value of taking calculated risks and learning from failure. Baetiong also shares his experiences building and scaling Pod Machine, and offers practical advice for aspiring entrepreneurs looking to start their own businesses. Overall, this episode of FOMO Sapiens provides a valuable perspective on entrepreneurship in the Philippines, and offers practical insights and advice for entrepreneurs looking to start or grow their own businesses. Listeners will come away with a deeper understanding of the challenges and opportunities presented by the local business landscape, and the mindset and strategies needed to succeed as an entrepreneur. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
15/06/2341m 4s

FOMOnday: How to Ask for Advice More Effectively

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12/06/2315m 59s

S9 Ep 23. Is Ethical AI Even Possible?

Welcome to FOMO Sapiens, the podcast about entrepreneurial thinkers who don't just follow the crowd, but instead take their own path to success in business and in life. In this episode, host Patrick J. McGinnis is joined by Reid Blackman, a renowned AI Ethicist and author of "Ethical Machines: Your Concise Guide to Totally Unbiased, Transparent, and Respectful AI. Blackman shares his insights on the ethical considerations surrounding artificial intelligence and machine learning, and how these technologies are transforming the way we make decisions. He explains the importance of designing ethical frameworks for AI and machine learning, and the potential risks and benefits of these technologies for society. Throughout the conversation, Blackman and McGinnis discuss the intersection of technology and ethics, and the challenges and opportunities presented by the rise of AI. They explore the potential impact of AI on industries ranging from healthcare to finance, and the importance of developing ethical guidelines for these technologies to ensure that they are used in a responsible and beneficial way. Overall, this episode of FOMO Sapiens provides a thought-provoking exploration of the future of AI and machine learning, and the ethical considerations that must be taken into account as these technologies become more widespread. Listeners will come away with a deeper understanding of the potential impact of AI on society, and the ways in which entrepreneurs and innovators can shape the future of technology in a responsible and ethical way. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
08/06/2334m 37s

FOMOnday: How to Give Advice More Effectively

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05/06/2316m 47s

S9 Ep22. Felix Salmon on The Phoenix Economy and the World after COVID

Welcome to FOMO Sapiens, the podcast that explores the minds and habits of entrepreneurial thinkers who don't just follow the crowd, but instead take their own path to success in business and in life. In this episode, host Patrick J. McGinnis is joined by Felix Salmon, a renowned financial journalist and author of "The Phoenix Economy: The Coming Boom in Entrepreneurship", a book that explores how the COVID-19 pandemic changed the global economy in terms of supply chains, risk, investing, and many other things, while exploring what will happen next. Salmon shares his insights on the lasting effects of the pandemic on the economy and society, and how entrepreneurs can navigate this changing landscape. He explains how the pandemic acted as a "reset" for the global economy, bringing about new challenges and opportunities for businesses and entrepreneurs alike. Salmon also discusses how the pandemic accelerated the shift towards remote work, e-commerce, and automation, and how these trends are transforming the future of work and entrepreneurship. Throughout the conversation, Salmon and McGinnis explore the impact of the pandemic on supply chains, risk, and investing, and how entrepreneurs can adapt to the changing market conditions. They also discuss the importance of innovation and creativity in the post-pandemic world, and the role of entrepreneurship in driving economic growth and recovery. Overall, this episode of FOMO Sapiens provides valuable insights into the future of business and the global economy, and offers practical advice for entrepreneurs looking to adapt and thrive in the post-pandemic world. Listeners will come away with a deeper understanding of the challenges and opportunities presented by the pandemic, and the ways in which entrepreneurs can leverage these changes to create new businesses and drive growth. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
01/06/2337m 35s

FOMOnday: How to Lose Those Pandemic Pounds

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29/05/2316m 27s

S9 Ep21. Sebastian Errazuriz Decodes AI

Welcome to FOMO Sapiens, the podcast about entrepreneurial thinkers who don't just follow the crowd, but instead take their own path to success in business and in life. In this episode, Patrick is joined by Sebastian Errazuriz, a visionary Chilean artist and designer known for his boundary-pushing creations. Errazuriz shares his insights on how generative AI is changing the landscape of art and commerce, and the implications this has for the future. Errazuriz explains how generative AI allows artists and designers to create works that are both original and infinitely variable, blurring the lines between art and commerce. He discusses the challenges and opportunities this presents for the art world, as well as the broader implications for society and culture. Throughout the conversation, Errazuriz and McGinnis explore the intersection of art, commerce, and technology, and the ways in which AI is transforming the creative process and beyond. This episode of FOMO Sapiens provides a thought-provoking exploration of the ways in which generative AI is revolutionizing the art world and beyond. Listeners will come away with a deeper understanding of the opportunities and challenges presented by this technology and the implications for the future of creativity and commerce. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
25/05/2342m 35s

FOMOnday: How to Make Each Day Count

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22/05/2323m 42s

S9 Ep20. Sheena Iyengar on How to Think Bigger

Welcome to FOMO Sapiens, the podcast about entrepreneurial thinkers who don't just follow the crowd, but instead take their own path to success in business and in life. In this episode, Patrick is joined by Sheena Iyengar, a professor at Columbia Business School and bestselling author of "The Art of Choosing." Iyengar discusses her latest book, "Think Bigger: How to Innovate” which shares insights and advice from successful entrepreneurs on how to overcome challenges and build thriving businesses. Iyengar shares stories and examples from the entrepreneurs featured in her book, highlighting their strategies for success and the lessons they learned along the way. She emphasizes the importance of thinking creatively and taking calculated risks, as well as the value of resilience and adaptability in the face of failure. Throughout the conversation, Iyengar and McGinnis discuss the role of decision-making in entrepreneurship, and how entrepreneurs can balance intuition and data to make informed choices. Iyengar also shares her own experiences as an entrepreneur and offers practical advice for those looking to start or grow a business. This episode provides valuable insights and inspiration for entrepreneurs at all stages of their journey. Listeners will come away with a deeper understanding of the strategies and mindset needed to succeed in today's competitive business landscape. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
18/05/2339m 24s

FOMOnday: How to Deal With Unexpected Challenges

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15/05/2325m 43s

S9 Ep19. Jonah Berger on the Power of Words

Welcome to FOMO Sapiens, the podcast about entrepreneurial thinkers who don't just follow the crowd, but instead take their own path to success in business and in life. In this episode, Patrick is joined by Jonah Berger, a marketing professor at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and bestselling author of "Contagious" and "Invisible Influence". Berger discusses his latest book, "Magic Words: The Science and Secrets Behind Seven Words That Motivate, Engage, and Influence," which delves into the psychology behind how certain words can inspire action and influence behavior. Patrick and Jonah dive into how language changes how we act and drill down into some of the seven "magic words" he explores in his book: "you," "because," "free," "instantly," "new," "improved," and "limited." He explains the science behind why these words are so powerful and how they can be used effectively in various contexts, from marketing campaigns to personal relationships. Throughout the conversation, Berger and McGinnis discuss the impact of language on decision-making and how understanding the power of words can help individuals and organizations achieve their goals. Berger also shares practical tips for using these magic words in a way that feels authentic and genuine, rather than manipulative. If you’re looking for valuable insights into the psychology of language and the ways in which certain words can motivate and influence our behavior, then this episode is for you!  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
11/05/2336m 23s

FOMOnday: How to Build Your Personal Brand

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08/05/2322m 13s

S9 Ep18. Navigating Life’s Inflection Points

Welcome to FOMO Sapiens, the podcast about entrepreneurial thinkers who don't just follow the crowd, but instead take their own path to success in business and in life. In this episode, we are excited to introduce Matt Spielman, who serves as the Chief Performance Officer and Head Coach at Inflection Point Partners - a company dedicated to providing executive, organizational, and career coaching services. Matt transitioned from executive to executive coach past his forties, and he shares valuable insights and actionable tips that will help you successfully navigate your inflection points. Join us as we explore the sources and drains of energy in your life, pin down the keys to managing your mindset, and how you can use his Game Plan System to unlock your full potential and achieve your goals.  Whether you're an executive, entrepreneur, or simply someone looking to achieve more in life, you won't want to miss this conversation. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
04/05/2341m 58s

FOMOnday: How to Deal with Narcissists

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01/05/2322m 15s

S9 Ep17. How the Lure of FOMO in Extreme Sports Can Lead to Extreme Disaster

Welcome to FOMO Sapiens, the podcast about entrepreneurial thinkers who don’t just follow the crowd but instead take their own path to success in business and in life. In this episode, we sit down with adventurer and author Michael Wejchert to discuss his riveting new book, "Hidden Mountains: Survival and Reckoning After a Climb Gone Wrong." Michael shares his harrowing experience of how FOMO drove a climbing expedition of amateur mountaineers to undertake a perilous ascent in a remote Alaskan mountain range, ultimately leading to tragedy. Throughout the conversation, we explore the dangerous intersection of FOMO and adventure sports, examining the psychology behind risk-taking and the impact it can have on decision-making in high-stakes situations. Michael provides invaluable insights into managing the urge to participate in extreme activities, balancing the thrill of adventure with the need for safety and self-preservation, and what happens when things get out of control. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
27/04/2336m 45s

FOMOnday: How to Think About Danger

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24/04/2320m 35s

S9 Ep16. Steven Kotler on Aging Like a FOMO Sapiens

Welcome to FOMO Sapiens, the podcast about entrepreneurial thinkers who don’t just follow the crowd but instead take their own path to success in business and in life. Today, we are excited to have bestselling author and peak performance expert Steven Kotler join us to discuss his fascinating new book, "Gnar Country: Peak Performance Aging for a Life Well-Lived." In "Gnar Country," Steven delves into the science and art of aging gracefully, while maintaining peak performance and mental acuity. We discuss the latest research on longevity, cognitive enhancement, and physical optimization for older individuals, and Steven shares practical tips for embracing the aging process with enthusiasm and purpose. Throughout the conversation, we explore the role of mindset, diet, exercise, and technology in achieving peak performance aging. Steven also offers insights into how individuals can overcome the fear of missing out as they age, by cultivating resilience, adaptability, and a continued thirst for learning and growth. Join us for an engaging and informative episode with Steven Kotler, as we uncover the secrets to living a fulfilling and dynamic life, no matter your age. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
20/04/2336m 48s

FOMOnday: How to Live More Sustainably

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17/04/2322m 6s

S9 Ep15. Burn the Boats: Unleashing Fearless Entrepreneurship with Matt Higgins

Welcome to FOMO Sapiens, the podcast about entrepreneurial thinkers who don’t just follow the crowd but instead take their own path to success in business and in life. In this episode, sit down with venture capitalist and entrepreneur Matt Higgins to discuss his provocative new book, "Burn the Boats." Matt shares his journey from humble beginnings to becoming a powerhouse in the world of entrepreneurship and venture capital as a guest shark on shark tank and an investor in companies like David Chang’s Momafuku. In "Burn the Boats," Matt explores the concept of fearless entrepreneurship and the power of committing to your vision. He discusses the importance of taking calculated risks, embracing uncertainty, and being willing to leave behind the safety of the shore to venture into uncharted waters. Most importantly, he focuses on committing to your path no matter what so that you can defy the odds and win. Throughout the episode, Matt shares invaluable lessons from his own experiences and those of the entrepreneurs he has supported. We dive into the mindset needed to overcome the fear of missing out, how to harness that fear as a driving force, and the importance of adaptability in the ever-evolving world of business. Don't miss this exciting conversation with Matt Higgins, as we uncover the keys to unlocking your entrepreneurial potential. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
13/04/2340m 58s

FOMOnday: How to Think About the SVB Meltdown

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10/04/2322m 52s

S9 Ep14. Morra Aarons-Mele and the Anxious Overachiever

Welcome to FOMO Sapiens, the podcast about entrepreneurial thinkers who don’t just follow the crowd but instead take their own path to success in business and in life. In this episode, we'll be talking with Morra Aarons-Mele, the host of the hit podcast and now the book "The Anxious Overachiever." Morra shares her personal journey as an anxious overachiever and sheds light on the often-hidden struggles of successful people. We explore the challenges faced by high-achievers who grapple with anxiety, the societal expectations that exacerbate the problem, and the role technology plays in amplifying these issues. Morra also delves into her research on mental health and success, revealing surprising insights on how anxiety can fuel ambition, while simultaneously hindering progress. We discuss practical strategies for managing anxiety and maintaining mental well-being, including setting boundaries, prioritizing self-care, and redefining success in a way that is sustainable and replicable. She’ll also talk about the positive aspects of this dynamic and how you can use your anxiety to achieve your objectives. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
06/04/2340m 8s

FOMOnday: How to Deal with Anxiety

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03/04/2327m 6s

S9 Ep13. Gallup’s Jon Clifton on Why So Many People Are Unhappy

In this episode, we'll be talking with Jon Clifton, author of the new book "Why So Many People Are Unhappy: How the Science of Happiness Explains Our Discontent--and What We Can Do About It." As the Global Managing Partner for Gallup, Clifton has spent years studying the factors that contribute to happiness and well-being. In his book, he explores the reasons why so many people feel dissatisfied with their lives, despite living in a time of unprecedented prosperity and opportunity. Drawing on Gallup's extensive research and data, Clifton reveals the key drivers of happiness and the ways in which they have been eroded by modern life. From the decline of social trust and community to the rise of materialism and individualism, Clifton shows us how our values and behaviors are impacting our overall happiness and well-being. In this podcast, we'll discuss some of the key ideas and insights from Clifton's book, including the importance of social connections, the role of purpose and meaning in our lives, and the ways in which we can cultivate happiness through small but impactful changes. We'll also talk about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on our happiness and well-being, and the role of technology and social media in shaping our values and behaviors. Whether you're feeling discontent with your life, or you're simply interested in the science of happiness, this episode is a must-listen. So tune in to FOMO Sapiens and hear from Jon Clifton about why so many people are unhappy and what we can do about it.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
30/03/2341m 35s

FOMOnday: How to Get More Out of Words

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27/03/2326m 16s

S9 Ep12. Susana Saeliu on Building a D2C Pillow Company

Welcome to FOMO Sapiens, the podcast about entrepreneurial thinkers who don’t just follow the crowd but instead take their own path to success in business and in life. In this episode, we'll be talking with Susana Saeliu, founder of Pluto, a direct-to-consumer pillow company that rose to prominence on Shark Tank. Saeliu's company has disrupted the traditional pillow industry by using data-driven insights to design the perfect pillow, building a strong brand that resonates with customers, and offering a unique sleep trial that allows customers to test out their pillows before committing to a purchase. The company's appearance on Shark Tank gave them a major boost in exposure and credibility.. In this podcast, we'll discuss Saeliu's experience on Shark Tank, the preparation that went into her pitch, and the impact that the show has had on her company. We'll also talk about the challenges and opportunities of building a direct-to-consumer brand, the importance of customer feedback and data in product design and marketing, and the future of the e-commerce industry. Whether you're an entrepreneur looking to build your own D2C brand, a Shark Tank fan curious about the behind-the-scenes of the show, or simply interested in the trends and insights shaping the world of e-commerce, this episode is a must-listen. So tune in to FOMO Sapiens and hear from Susana Saeliu about building a successful direct-to-consumer pillow company. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
23/03/2339m 15s

FOMOnday: How to Get More Sleep

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20/03/2320m 18s

S9 Ep11. Mindy Weinstein on the Power of Scarcity

In this episode, we'll be talking with Mindy Weinstein, author of the new book "The Power of Scarcity: How the Science of Less Can Help You Achieve More." In a world where we are constantly bombarded with messages telling us to do more, have more, and be more, scarcity can seem like a negative concept. But according to Weinstein, scarcity can actually be a powerful tool for achieving our goals and living a more fulfilling life. Drawing on the latest research from psychology, economics, and neuroscience, Weinstein shows us how scarcity can help us focus our attention, increase our motivation, and make better decisions. Whether we're trying to lose weight, save money, or excel in our careers, the principles of scarcity can help us achieve our goals with less stress and more success. Whether you're feeling overwhelmed by the abundance of choices in your life, or you're simply looking for a new approach to achieving your goals, this episode is a must-listen. So tune in to FOMO Sapiens and discover the power of scarcity with Mindy Weinstein. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
16/03/2338m 49s

FOMOnday: How to Avoid a Scarcity Mindset

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13/03/2319m 47s

S9 Ep10. How to Lead When the Stakes are High

Welcome to FOMO Sapiens, the podcast about entrepreneurial thinkers who don’t just follow the crowd but instead take their own path to success in business and in life.  In this episode, we'll be talking with Carol Kauffman and David Nobles, co-authors of the new book "Leading When the Stakes Are High: The Art of Extraordinary Decision Making."  As leaders, we all face high-stakes decisions that can make or break our careers, our companies, and even our lives. In their book, Kauffman and Nobles draw on their extensive experience working with Fortune 500 executives and military leaders to provide a practical guide to making better decisions in high-pressure situations.  In this podcast, we'll discuss the key principles and strategies outlined in the book, such as how to identify and manage cognitive biases, how to create a decision-making framework, and how to build a culture of trust and transparency within your organization. We'll also talk about the role of technology and data in decision-making, and how leaders can leverage these tools without being overwhelmed by them.  Whether you're a CEO, a manager, or simply someone who wants to improve their decision-making skills, this episode is a must-listen. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
09/03/2343m 35s

FOMOnday: How to Live with Less Stress

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06/03/2324m 33s

S9 Ep9. Michael Chernow on Building Power Through Habit

Welcome to FOMO Sapiens, the podcast about entrepreneurial thinkers who don’t just follow the crowd. In this episode, we sit down with Michael Chernow, a renowned chef and successful entrepreneur. In this episode, we explore his journey from being a passionate cook to building a successful restaurant empire and how he overcame addiction in the process. Find out how he balances his busy schedule and how he incorporates healthy habits into his daily routine to maximize his productivity. Discover his secrets to staying focused and motivated, and how he manages to maintain a work-life balance while running multiple businesses. This episode is a must-listen for anyone looking to build healthy habits, improve their productivity, and achieve their entrepreneurial goals. Don’t miss out! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
02/03/2343m 21s

FOMOnday: How to Think About Chat GPT

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27/02/2329m 39s

S9 Ep8. From Angel Investor to Entrepreneur with Patrick Schwarzenegger

Join us on FOMO Sapiens as we delve into the world of Patrick Schwarzenegger, a successful angel investor and founder of MOSH. In this episode, we explore his journey to making a name for himself in the startup world. Discover how he leverages his network and expertise to identify promising startups and then helps them grow. Then, learn about how he started MOSH, his new brain health startup with his mother, Maria Shriver, in their kitchen during the pandemic. Finally, find out how Patrick balances his business career with his burgeoning career in Hollywood. Whether you're a startup founder or an aspiring angel investor, you won’t want to miss out on this episode! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
23/02/2338m 8s

FOMOnday: What I've Learned as an Angel Investor

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20/02/2324m 21s

S9. Ep7. How Brian Levine is Making Surrogacy Work Better at Nodal

When it comes to finding a surrogate, intended parents face lots of pain points. The market is inefficient, opaque, and analog. Enter world-renowned fertility expert, Brian Levine, MD., who is the founder of Nodal, a platform that connects surrogates and intended parents while eliminating the most common pain points for both. On this episode of FOMO Sapiens, we will learn how Nodal uses efficiency, compatibility, transparency, and empowerment through education, to provide tailored support for all parties throughout their journey to build families. We’ll also learn how Brian convinced his investors - and how he convinces his clients - to join him on the journey. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
16/02/2337m 53s

FOMOnday: How to Deal with Narcissists

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13/02/2324m 38s

S9 Ep6. How Zócalo Health Is Building Better Healthcare for Latinos

Mariza Hardin and Erik Cardenas founded Zócalo Health to revolutionize healthcare for the Latino community in the US. Tackling a persistent need for better primary care access, they've combined personal experiences, technology, and a commitment to community, trust, and cultural traditions to create a personalized healthcare solution. Join us as we learn their strategies to secure $5 Million USD from investors to bring their vision to life, even despite the venture capital world's limited diversity. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
09/02/2341m 26s

FOMOnday: How to Pivot

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06/02/2319m 46s

S9 Ep5. From the NFL Football to Founder with Ryan Mundy

After a successful career in the NFL (including a Super Bowl championship with his hometown team the Pittsburgh Steelers), Ryan Mundy was at a crossroad - what should he do with the rest of his life? Upon retiring, Ryan experienced depression and anxiety as he searched to find his identity after football and dove into a health and wellness journey of his own. Along the way, Ryan realized how beneficial professional help was to him during this time, and still is on a daily basis, spurring the start of Alkeme, a health + wellness platform focused on eliminating disparities within the healthcare system for Black individuals. Alkeme is democratizing access to health & wellness tools needed to empower, heal, inspire, and thrive today while improving generational health for tomorrow. With a platform that offers culturally centered therapist-led courses and expert guided mindfulness and meditation practices, Alkeme is striving to become a leading universal health and wellness provider for the Black community. On this episode of FOMO Sapiens, Ryan will tell his story, explain how he transitioned from football to the world of entrepreneurship, and talk about the challenges of building a business and raising capital as a first time entrepreneur.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
02/02/2337m 20s

FOMOnday: How to be Social Without Needing to Drink

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30/01/2329m 13s

S9 Ep4. Diego Saez-Gil on Finding Purpose Through Adversity, Part II

Born in Argentina, Diego Saez-Gil’s entrepreneurial journey has taken him from New York to China to San Francisco as he’s built companies in the travel, Internet of Things (IoT), and climate-tech industries. Each time he’s done so, he’s learned to tell the story of his business and has successfully woven his life narrative into his entrepreneurial pitch and story. This has allowed him to raise impressive rounds of capital from some of the savviest investors, including Y Combinator. In this special double episode of FOMO Sapiens, Diego unpacks the ups and downs of his journey and explains how it has informed how he builds each of his businesses.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
26/01/2335m 0s

FOMOndays: How to Tell Your Story

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23/01/2323m 35s

S9 Ep3. Diego Saez-Gil on Finding Purpose Through Adversity, Part I

Born in Argentina, Diego Saez-Gil’s entrepreneurial journey has taken him from New York to China to San Francisco as he’s built companies in the travel, Internet of Things (IoT), and climate-tech industries. Each time he’s done so, he’s learned to tell the story of his business and has successfully woven his life narrative into his entrepreneurial pitch and story, including the challenges and the things that just don’t go his way. This powerful approach has allowed him to raise impressive rounds of capital from some of the savviest investors, including Y Combinator. In this special double episode of FOMO Sapiens, Diego unpacks the ups and downs of his journey and explains how it has informed how he builds each of his businesses. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
19/01/2333m 50s

FOMOndays: How to Find Your North Star

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16/01/2323m 20s

S9 Ep2. David Hogg on Entrepreneurial Activism - Part II

When he was a high school student, David Hogg lived through one of the most shocking episodes of gun violence in American history - the mass shooting in Parkland, Florida. From that day forward, David and his classmates banded together to lead the March For Our Lives mobilized one of the biggest demonstrations in the nation’s history. Now, nearly five years later, David is a senior in college, but his activism continues. On Part 2 of my interview with David, we will discuss how David has spent his time in college and what he has learned that will serve him in his activism. We also talk about what real success looks like in the fight to reduce gun violence. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
12/01/2331m 38s

FOMOndays: How to Live a Healthier 2023 with Joey Thurman

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09/01/2324m 39s

S9 Ep1. David Hogg on Entrepreneurial Activism Part 1

When he was a high school student, David Hogg lived through one of the most shocking episodes of gun violence in American history - the mass shooting in Parkland, Florida. From that day forward, David and his classmates banded together to lead the March For Our Lives mobilized one of the biggest demonstrations in the nation’s history. Now, nearly five years later, David is a senior in college, but his activism continues. On Part 1 of my interview with David, we will discuss David’s path to activism, how the experience at Parkland changed him, and how he and his classmates used entrepreneurial thinking to navigate the unclear path to seeking gun violence reform. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
05/01/2336m 49s

FOMOndays: Whats Coming Up In Season 9

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03/01/2322m 6s

S8 Ep17. 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 duck who will have no memory of it later in the night? Or guided meditation with a specific outcome in mind? Brooklyn-based hypnosis and regression therapist Daniel Ryan explains the stark contrast between meaningful hypnotherapy and flashy stage show hypnotism and how, as the son of a clinical psychologist trained in hypnotism by the US military in the 1950s, he spent a lifetime learning to spot the differences. Daniel discusses how hypnotherapy is used not as a magic wand to erase bad habits and memories but as a therapeutic tool to change thinking and behavior. Often misunderstood and misconstrued, hypnotherapy can be used to break bad habits or to overcome personal challenges; Daniel explains how hypnotism leverages pre-existing trance tendencies, not to relinquish a subject’s control, but to help them regain it. Set out to share his knowledge and help those who want to help themselves, Daniel’s practice helps people address a variety of issues ranging from overcoming general or social anxiety and signs of depression, managing stress at work and the pressures of family, to personal trauma and grief management. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
29/12/2239m 47s

FOMOndays: How Hypnotherapy Can Change Your Mind

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26/12/2221m 52s

S8 Ep16. Alvaro Silberstein on Building an Accessible Travel Company For Explorers Like Him

Although a car accident left him paralyzed, Alvaro Silberstein refused to let that stop him from traveling with his friends. But he soon realized that while he successfully hiked the peaks in Patagonia, for most people who live with disabilities, adventure accessibility is not a possibility. That’s why he founded Wheel the World, an online marketplace for people with disabilities and seniors to book accessible trips. In this week’s episode of FOMO Sapiens, Alvaro talks about how he convinced the skeptics that his business could work and raised venture capital to scale. He also unpacks the opportunities and challenges that he sees as a Latin American entrepreneur who targets a global audience with much of his team in South America. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
22/12/2237m 13s

FOMOndays: How to Be Audacious in 2023

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19/12/2222m 9s

S8 Ep15. Mike Ott on How Recovering from Paralysis Changed His Perspective

Mike Ott was rising the ranks at his hedge fund and enjoying life in New York City. Then, out of the blue, a freak accident left him paralyzed from the neck down. Despite the shock and the enormous challenges that he faced, Mike was able to formulate a treatment plan that has him walking, running, and living a full life in New York once again. On this week’s episode of FOMO Sapiens, Mike talks about what he learned from the experience of fighting for his health and finding creative solutions to rehab during a global pandemic. He also shares how the accident, and his recovery, have reshaped how he sees the world and his place within it.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
15/12/2241m 54s

FOMOndays: How to Never Waste a Crisis

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12/12/2219m 38s

S8 Ep14. Steve Tidball is Building The World's Most Creative Clothing Brand

As the CEO and co-founder (with his twin brothers) of next-gen clothing company Vollebak, Steve Tidball is creating a brand that fuses creativity and technology to create the clothes we need for an extreme future. But that’s easier said than done. How can you take big creative ideas and then actually make them into things you can sell today? How can you use FOMO-centric marketing to create social proof and spur your business into hyper-growth? On this week’s episode of FOMO Sapiens, Steve talks about how he and his brother are building for the future, monetizing in the present, and taking their own unique path to success in fashion. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
08/12/2241m 13s

FOMOndays: Patrick’s Hot Takes on Elon, Tesla, SXF, and SBF

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05/12/2223m 57s

S8 Ep13. Ryan Hartman on Building a Space Travel Company for the Rest of Us

Thanks to household names like Richard Branson and Jeff Bezos, space travel has captured the imagination of the masses.  But, while the billionaire-driven space race is grabbing headlines, the real potential to bring space travel to the masses is in the hands of companies like World View.  With a mission of making space travel relatively affordable, the company has designed a space travel experience that is about more than just giving travelers bragging rights.  On today’s FOMO Sapiens, World View CEO shares the specific challenges and opportunities that make the market for space travel so unique and unveils the secret to creating a truly FOMO-inducing customer experience.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
01/12/2242m 31s

FOMOndays: How to Travel Places that Seem Intimidating

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28/11/2225m 4s

S8 Ep12 Scholar, writer, producer, and provocateur, polymath Reza Aslan on a life of Unexpected Entrepreneurship

Who would think that a religious scholar would become a media entrepreneur and become an Emmy-nominated producer? That’s what happens when you become an unexpected entrepreneur. But it doesn’t come without costs - as Reza knows well from having his TV show canceled by CNN due to some controversial comments he made on social media about politics. On today’s episode, we meet a fascinating example of what you can achieve when you think outside of what you’re supposed to do, harness your inner entrepreneur, and build outside the box. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
24/11/2250m 45s

FOMOndays: How to Help Refugees

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21/11/2228m 16s

S8 Ep11 Investor and Entrepreneur Kathryn Finney on how to Build Your Business…No Matter What

When you think about the typical entrepreneur that raises millions of venture capital, you probably think of one standard archetype. A specific background, education, and set of work experience. But what should you do if you don’t fit that very specific set of qualifications? In her new book Build the Damn Thing: How to Start a Successful Business when You’re Not a Rich White Guy, Kathryn Finney talks about how to look past the naysayers to build your business - no matter what! She talks about how to get started, how to find capital even when you’re overlooked by most investors, and how to scale your business. Plus, she explains how you can leverage your network to get people who believe in you on board. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
17/11/2239m 6s

FOMOndays: How to Build Your Business Creatively

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14/11/2227m 17s

S8 Ep10. Famed Executive Coach Marshall Goldsmith on How to Never Give in to Regret

Marshall Goldsmith has coached over two hundred CEOs of major companies, as well as NBA player Pau Gasol, and the president of the World Bank. As he’s worked with all of these high-capacity people, he’s also found that they suffer a common challenge - they have an “addiction to achievement” that can cause them to also spend their time and focus regretting what they haven’t yet done or what they didn’t achieve. This week on FOMO Sapiens, Marshall talks about his new book The Earned Life and shares how he works with leaders to maximize their leadership potential as well as what you can learn from all of his years of experience. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
10/11/2238m 3s

FOMOndays: How to Lagom

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07/11/2224m 59s

S8 Ep9. GrubHub Founder Mike Evans on the Insatiable Hunger You Need to Succeed as a Founder

Mike Evans left his job as CEO of GrubHub after taking it public. He did so in order to unwind the twelve years of insane work that almost killed his marriage and left him utterly spent. While it was a formative decision, he still needed to decide what he was going to do next in his life. For Evans, that meant embarking upon a journey and crossing the United States by bicycle in order to reconnect with himself and find purpose for the road ahead. On this week’s episode of FOMO Sapiens, Mike talks about his new book, “Hangry.” It details Mike’s road from startup to IPO, and shares what he learned on his journey across America. He also talks about what it’s like to start a new venture and how things are different this time around. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
03/11/2241m 44s

FOMOndays: How to Think About Quiet Quitting

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31/10/2223m 50s

S8. Ep8. How Invisible Technologies’ Francis Pedraza is Building a Sui Generis Start-Up

Invisible Technologies is not your ordinary start-up. From its radical premise - you can outsource nearly everything - to its contrarian approach to fundraising - which keeps as much of the company for employees as possible - he doesn’t just follow the crowd (or the FOMO). In this episode of FOMO Sapiens, Francis unpacks his unique philosophy to building, how past failures (and the lessons learned) shape his approach, and his personal hot take on FOMO. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
27/10/2236m 16s

FOMOndays: How To Outsource Your HR

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24/10/2227m 54s

S8 Ep7. CNBC’s Julia Boorstin on What Happens When Women Lead

In her work as a journalist, Julia Boorstin has met most of the big names in tech and entertainment. This unique perspective also fed her curiosity about the persistent gender gap in tech. Why do so few female-led companies get funded when start-ups led by women outperform? On this week’s FOMO Sapiens, Julia shares the findings of her deeply researched new book When Women Lead, and unpacks the ways in which women lead differently and achieve success based on those strategies. She also explains how men can learn from these strategies as well. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
20/10/2238m 31s

FOMOndays: How To Save More Money

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17/10/2223m 40s

S8 Ep6. Walter Masterson on What It Takes - and What It’s Like - to be Huge on TikTok

Walter Masterson’s edgy yet hilarious political comedy has catapulted him to online fame, with more than 1 million followers and 50 million likes on TikTok alone. On this week’s FOMO Sapiens, Walter takes us from his early days as a content creator to his first viral videos and explains what takes to blow up online. He also talks about the realities of living off of content creation as well as the mental toll that creating edgy content can take. If you've ever had major FOMO about being huge on TikTok, this episode will show you what it’s really like to achieve online fame. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
13/10/2247m 42s

FOMOndays: How to Think About Gen Z

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10/10/2221m 52s

S8 Ep5. Amy Gallo on How to Get Along With Anyone (Even the Bad People)

As the author of the new book Getting Along With Anyone – Even Difficult People and the HBR Guide to Dealing with Conflict, Amy Gallo has spent years unpacking the tricky personality types you encounter at work and in your life - and she’s figured out how to deal with them. On this week’s episode of FOMO Sapiens, Amy details the 8 archetypes of difficult people and shares practical and tactical tips on how to neutralize their behavior so that you don’t waste your valuable time on people who will hold you back or frustrate you. Because who has time to slow down your progress while you’re trying to fix them? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
06/10/2239m 58s

FOMOndays: How to Let Others Fail

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03/10/2221m 13s

S8 Ep4. Embracing your Wyrd (and your Weird) with Marcus Buckingham

Why do so many people feel disconnected from their work? That’s the question that best-selling author and SkillsFinder co-creator Marcus Buckingham seeks to answer in his new book Life + Work. The answer, at least partially, lies in finding your Wyrd, the nordic concept that each person is born with a distinct spirit that makes you an individual. On this week’s FOMO Sapiens, Marcus unpacks how you can find your wyrd and how you can figure out where Love meets Work in the process. He also talks about managing the external forces - things like reference anxiety and FOMO that keep you from finding what you really want to do. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
29/09/2244m 28s

FOMOndays: How To Find Your Wyrd

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26/09/2220m 55s

S8 Ep3. Alex Amouyel Explains How The Answer to Solving The World’s Biggest Problems is You

As Executive Director of Solve, an initiative of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Alex Amouyel seeks to solve big global challenges through open innovation. But you don’t have to call on her to solve problems in your own community. She’s written a step-by-step book - The Answer is You - to tell you what you need to do. By applying entrepreneurial thinking, you can find a problem that piques your passion and step forward to make things better. On this week’s FOMO Sapiens, Alex details the process you can follow to create impact by solving the problems that you care about in a meaningful, yet sustainable, way. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
22/09/2236m 41s

FOMOndays: How to Be a 10% Activist

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19/09/2222m 45s

S8 Ep2. Making Radical Curiosity Your Superpower with Seth Goldenberg

As a designer and entrepreneur, Seth Goldenberg fears that curiosity is on the verge of extinction because our modern world has been inadvertently designed to eradicate it. But that doesn’t have to be the case. In fact, re-invention is probably the most important superpower you can have in a world of rapid change. On this week’s FOMO Sapiens, Seth talks about his new book - Radical Curiosity - and explains how you can cultivate creativity in all aspects of your life to make life more interesting and more successful. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
15/09/2240m 16s

FOMOndays: How To Use Curiosity To Start a Business

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12/09/2221m 0s

S8 Ep1. How to Manage Change with Entrepreneur’s EIC Jason Feifer

As the Editor-in-Chief of Entrepreneur magazine, Jason Feifer mixes with the good and the great of the entrepreneurial world. On this week’s episode of FOMO Sapiens, Jason shares his new book - Build for Tomorrow - which is a powerful new framework for managing change, particularly if you’re an entrepreneur. If you do, you can even get to the point where you won’t want to go back to the way things were before. He also shares his own particular definition of what it means to be an entrepreneur - and it may be different from what you expect. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
08/09/2241m 13s

FOMOndays: How To Prepare For a Recession

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05/09/2221m 40s

BEST OF FOMOSAPIENS: Feeling Stressed? Here's How to Think Like a Monk

Jay Shetty, successful entrepreneur, author, and content creator, continues discussing his book, "Think Like a Monk," and how integrating meditation into your life can bring benefits to your work and to your personal life. The episode explores the importance of gratitude and introduces practical tools, such as "The Perspective Scale," to find greater perspective in day to day life. Finally, Jay shares his top habits for maintaining peak performance. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
01/09/2234m 1s

FOMOndays: Season 8 Preview

This is FOMOnday, the snackable companion to FOMO Sapiens that starts your week with hot takes, life hacks, listener mail, and even some FOMO therapy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
29/08/2222m 48s

BEST OF FOMOSAPIENS: The Monkey Mind vs The Monk Mind

Jay Shetty, author, podcaster, and former monk, shares his story and discusses his book, “Think Like a Monk.” He speaks about the uncertain times we live in and how thinking like a monk - a calmer, clearer, and focused mind - can lead to greater happiness. This episode explores the differences between the “Monkey Mind” and the “Monk Mind,” how they relate to FOMO and FOBO, and how you can find autonomy and empowerment when you are decisive. Jay also shares some practical tips on how to create engaging social content that have garnered him hundreds of millions of views. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
25/08/2244m 12s

FOMOndays: How to Meditate

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22/08/2221m 13s

20. Michelle Segar on How to Create Lasting Diet and Fitness Goals

Why is it so hard to change your habits when it comes to diet and exercise? Why is it then so hard to stick with those changes? That’s the focus of Michelle Segar, an NIH-funded sustainable behavior change researcher at the University of Michigan and a lifestyle coach. On this week’s FOMO Sapiens, we’ll unpack the process of forming new habits, talk about why changing diet and exercise are different than other habits, and then give you the tips to make long-term changes for your health and your well-being. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
18/08/2235m 39s

FOMOndays: How to Improve Your Social Wellness

This is FOMOnday, the snackable companion to FOMO Sapiens that starts your week with hot takes, life hacks, listener mail, and even some FOMO therapy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
15/08/2220m 36s

19. Rep. Max Rose Talks About What It Takes to Serve in Congress

During part two of our conversation with Rep. Max Rose, Max shares what it’s really like to serve in Congress. He explains what it’s like to walk into the Capitol that first day of service and how to overcome the FOMO that comes with holding higher office. That means figuring out where to focus. Finally, Max will talk about what it takes to build a nimble and entrepreneurial political campaign. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
11/08/2233m 45s

FOMOndays: How to Get Involved in Politics

This is FOMOnday, the snackable companion to FOMO Sapiens that starts your week with hot takes, life hacks, listener mail, and even some FOMO therapy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
08/08/2221m 17s

18. Rep. Max Rose’s Entrepreneurial Take on Politics

Max Rose is not your typical politician. He speaks like a real person, says what he thinks, and thinks more like an entrepreneur than a politico. After serving one term, Max narrowly lost a tight race for reelection, but he’s back to give it another shot. On this week’s FOMO Sapiens, we feature part one of our two-episode discussion with Rep. Rose. You’ll find out how Max sees politics and how his background in the military influences his vision for government and service. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
04/08/2235m 6s

FOMOndays: 2022 Summer Reading List

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01/08/2221m 15s

17. Todd Kashdan on the Art of Insubordination.

Long live the rebels! But even though we admire rebels, so many people are wired (and taught) to be rule followers. As a result, they struggle to go against the flow. But sometimes you need to do exactly that to achieve escape velocity in life and in business. On this week’s FOMO Sapiens, we meet Todd Kashdan, the author of The Art of Insubordination. In our conversation, Todd explains why it’s so hard to be insubordinate. He also lays out how you can choose a path of principled rebellion to rebel productively while making sure that you don’t just make an enemy of everyone. Finally, he will share some key strategies for how you can be a constructive rebel every day in your daily life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
28/07/2239m 13s

FOMOndays: How to be Insubordinate

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25/07/2221m 17s

16. Can a wearable device make you calmer? Kathryn Fantauzzi of Apollo Neuroscience says it can

Kathryn Fantauzzi built a career as an expert in commercializing technology. That skill came in handy when her husband, a neuroscientist, and psychiatrist developed a wearable technology that actively improves energy, focus & sleep. The two decided to pair up to found Apollo Neuroscience and have gone on to raise venture capital to build their business. In this episode, will talk about how she met her co-founder (and now husband) and how she came up with the idea of commercializing the technology he was developing. She’ll also talk about how Apollo Neuroscience creates engagement for the product and how the company convinces its users that the product works. Finally, we’ll unpack how this married pair of founders separate work from the rest of their lives. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
21/07/2237m 39s

FOMOndays: How to Achieve Product Founder Fit

This is FOMOnday, the snackable companion to FOMO Sapiens that starts your week with hot takes, life hacks, listener mail, and even some FOMO therapy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
18/07/2220m 57s

15. The Business of Male Fertility with Khaled Kteiliy

Khaled Kteilly never intended to run a start-up that would allow men to freeze their sperm. But after an accident caused him to worry that he might not be able to have children, he discovered that the entire process of freezing and preserving sperm was antiquated and uncomfortable. That led him to start Legacy, a digital fertility clinic for people with sperm that is helping to change the outdated view that fertility is a “women’s issue”.  On this episode of FOMO Sapiens, Khaled tells the Legacy story and talks about what inspired him to launch a business that focuses on male reproductive health. He will also explain how he learned to talk about a very sensitive topic in a way that resonates with people. Finally, he’ll unpack how he found the confidence and the path to raise $45 million from VCs as well as from angel investors like The Weeknd, Justin Bieber, and Orlando Bloom. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
14/07/2237m 18s

FOMOndays: How to Fundraise

This is FOMOnday, the snackable companion to FOMO Sapiens that starts your week with hot takes, life hacks, listener mail, and even some FOMO therapy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
11/07/2220m 46s

14. Former Nintendo President Reggie Fils-Aimé on Disrupting the Game

Reggie Fils-Aimé’s remarkable ascent from growing up in the Bronx to leading Nintendo as its president is an exceptional example of how entrepreneurial thinking can take you places you might not expect. Yet Reggie has always taken a unique path – and even gone against convention – in his career. That approach to work and life allowed him to rise to the top at Nintendo, which as an iconic Japanese company has its own set of rules that he had to learn and then unlearn as a leader. Fils-Aimé shares insights from his new book, Disrupting the Game: From the Bronx to the Top of Nintendo, including his five life principles. He also talks about his well-publicized decision to step down from the board at meme stock favorite GameStop. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
07/07/2241m 59s

FOMOndays: How to Figure Out Your Life Principles

This is FOMOnday, the snackable companion to FOMO Sapiens that starts your week with hot takes, life hacks, listener mail, and even some FOMO therapy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
05/07/2220m 44s

13. Outpacing the Competition with Jim Weber

Joining Brooks Running Company in 2001 as CEO, Jim Weber turned the small company around with a focused mission of providing inspired products and inspiring experiences that motivated people to keep running. With a goal to create value and content for runners, Weber’s leadership style and success at Brooks caught the eye of none other than Warren Buffet, whose Berkshire Hathaway went on to acquire the company in 2012. Weber shares insights from his new book, Running with Purpose: How Brooks Outpaced Goliath Competitors to Lead the Pack, how he got creative during the pandemic when the running business was sidelined, and what you can learn about business when you report to Warren Buffet. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
30/06/2239m 35s

FOMOndays: How to Train for A Marathon

This is FOMOnday, the snackable companion to FOMO Sapiens that starts your week with hot takes, life hacks, listener mail, and even some FOMO therapy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
27/06/2223m 28s

12. Beat the Burnout Epidemic with Jennifer Moss

Long before the pandemic, Jennifer Moss was researching an epidemic, Burnout. In her new book The Burnout Epidemic, Jennifer explains the six root causes of Burnout, how it can manifest in different personality types, and offers solutions to quell the beast of Burnout.  Relying on database insights, Moss explores the concepts of chronic stress, burnout, and happiness in terms of mental wellness. Moss argues that the onus for psychological fitness intervention falls on the employer to insure the emotional well-being and mental health of their employees. Moss shares management tools to help manage personal balance and professional boundaries. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
23/06/2235m 53s

FOMOndays: How to Avoid Burnout

This is FOMOnday, the snackable companion to FOMO Sapiens that starts your week with hot takes, life hacks, listener mail, and even some FOMO therapy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
20/06/2222m 8s

11. Radical Adaptability: Post Pandemic Lessons in Leadership with Keith Ferrazzi

In the face of a global pandemic, companies were forced to adapt to a new way of working that, as it turned out, often improved processes, communication, and outcomes. Keith Ferrazzi, author of Competing in the New World of Work, NYT bestselling writer discusses how to redesign your work to overcome the isolation in a post-pandemic world to build and grow together. Ferrazzi explains how companies that had fostered adaptability and flexibility were in a better position to transition and survive once the pandemic hit and shares how your company can plan and prepare for the future. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
16/06/2238m 58s

FOMOndays: How to Separate Fads From Trends

This is FOMOnday, the snackable companion to FOMO Sapiens that starts your week with hot takes, life hacks, listener mail, and even some FOMO therapy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
13/06/2222m 20s

10. Can Entrepreneurial Thinking Save Big Tech? Robert Reich & Jeremy Weinstein Think So.

How did a social scientist with a government background and an ethics professor who helped create the Giving Tuesday movement come to co-author about Big Tech and tech policies? Stanford University professors Jeremy Weinstein & Robert Reich explain how their observations and expertise led them to co-author System Error: Where Big Tech Went Wrong and their perspective on how the industry can repair, improve, and be ethically regulated through progressive and up-to-date policies. Reich and Weinstein share their thoughts on tech entrepreneurialism, why so many new startups aren’t doing much to solve real-world problems, and how Big Tech can implement change that creates civic opportunity. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
09/06/2234m 59s

FOMOndays: How Not to Build an Evil Company

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06/06/2222m 28s

9. From Startup to Grown Up: Coaching for Success with Alisa Cohn

Alisa Cohn consults with some of the world’s most recognized brands to help guide them through meaningful change by improving leadership and creating growth. Celebrated by the renowned Marshall Goldsmith as the #1 coach for startups, Cohn discusses her new book, From Startup to Grown Up: Grow Your Leadership to Grow Your Business, and how by developing true leadership skills startups can flourish.  A well respected expert in her field, join Alisa Cohn as she shares industry insights on the coaching process and explains how to make the most out of any coaching experience. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
02/06/2237m 40s

FOMOndays: How to Find a Coach

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31/05/2220m 50s

8. Lisa Skeete Tatum & The Rise of the Risk Taker

Lisa Skeete Tatum, founder and CEO of Landit, a technology platform designed to engage, and attract women and other diverse populations to the workplace, explains the importance that risk-taking plays in personal and professional success.  Lisa explains why she left her successful career in the VC world to launch her own business dedicated to empowering diverse populations to become proactive about their careers, their lives, and the risks they take in order to achieve success. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
26/05/2237m 46s

FOMOndays: How to Experiment Your Way to the Career You Love

This is FOMOnday, the snackable companion to FOMO Sapiens that starts your week with hot takes, life hacks, listener mail, and even some FOMO therapy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
23/05/2221m 9s

7. The Mystery of the Vanished Instagram Influencer with Harley Rustad

Longtime journalist and author Harley Rustad joins in a discussion about his new book Lost in the Valley of Death: A Story of Obsession and Danger in the Himalayas to explore the topics of travel, perception, and social media influence.  Captivated by the story of a missing American influencer in India, Harley set out not only to discover the missing details of the mystery, but to uncover the impact that social media and the perception of influence have on travel experiences and creating a meaningful life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
19/05/2236m 29s

FOMOndays: How to Make Travel Meaningful

This is FOMOnday, the snackable companion to FOMO Sapiens that starts your week with hot takes, life hacks, listener mail, and even some FOMO therapy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
16/05/2222m 31s

6. Reclaiming Your Financial Independence with MaryRuth Ghiyam

Sometimes the driving factors of success are born from passion but other times, it’s pure necessity. MaryRuth Ghiyam, founder of MaryRuth Organics, explains how her determination to overcome overwhelming debt drove her to become an entrepreneur, creating a successful company and achieving the ultimate financial independence.  Although she had been lucky enough to have been offered financial support from those in her life, MaryRuth rejected those generous offers in lieu of becoming the master of her own destiny and being in total control of her financial future. Ghiyam explains how she had to change her thinking to change her outcome and what it took to leave her debt in the rear-view mirror. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
12/05/2240m 23s

FOMOndays: How to Build a Beverage Company

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09/05/2220m 26s

5. Oso Trava on Entrepreneurship in Latin America

What does it take to become a successful entrepreneur in LATAM, is it all that different than in the United States? Author, podcaster, and serial entrepreneur Oso Trava shares insights on his experience leaving corporate America to embrace Latin entrepreneurship. Explaining his journey as an entrepreneur, Trava discusses the genesis of his ideas, businesses, and the necessary lessons he had to learn to gain the valuable experience necessary to be a success in LATAM. Explaining the importance of separating his success from his businesses’ success, Trava shares insights, and advice on creating growth and opportunity. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
05/05/2235m 31s

FOMOndays: How to Build a Business in Latin America

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02/05/2219m 20s

4. The Business of Busyness with Juliet Funt

How do you know when being busy goes from an indication of an upward trajectory to a fast track to burnout? CEO of the Juliet Funt Group, Juliet Funt, shares insights from her new book A Minute to Think and the cost being busy has on creativity and quality of life.  An expert on how to eliminate the counterproductive and overwhelming demands of everyday tasks, Juliet promotes awareness of the true cost of busy work and helps to design culture shifts for the smarter use of work hours. By creating more productive spaces, decreasing the number of unproductive touchpoints like emails and meetings, and utilizing the latest technology, Juliet argues that not only will the work-life balance be improved but that creativity, productivity, and success will naturally increase. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
28/04/2238m 19s

FOMOndays: How to Build a Speaking Career

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25/04/2219m 27s

FOMOBonus Episode: How to Think about NFTs with Jordan Fried of NFT.com

The NFT market has seemingly come out of nowhere in the last year and the FOMO is everywhere. Despite all the buzz, it’s hard to know exactly what’s going on and how the market works. Jordan Fried, the co-founder of NFT.com, is at the center of the market and is about to launch the newest major platform in the space.  On this episode, Magnus unpacks what is going on with NFTs, explains how the work, and then talks about what it takes to build a company to take on the incumbents in the space. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
23/04/2239m 10s

3. Magnus Resch: The Art World's Most Practical Man

The business of being an artist is all too often plagued by uncertainty and self-doubt. Magnus Resch, serial entrepreneur, economist, and art market expert explains that when artists think in terms of being an entrepreneur, long-term success is much more attainable.  Magnus argues that it is entrepreneurial thinking and personal marketing that provides the best path to success for artists globally. Magnus shares interesting insights on the logistics of opening an art gallery, building a personal art collection, and how artists can create lasting success in the 21st century by leveraging technology like social media and NFTs. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
21/04/2233m 42s

FOMOndays: How to Do Your Taxes

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18/04/2222m 18s

2. Building Confidence and Income with Josh Peck

At the age of 26, not many people fear that the best years of their career have passed them by but for former child star Josh Peck, the uncertainty was real. Having come off a successful run on the popular television series Drake & Josh, Josh was left to figure out if he wanted to continue acting and what that looked like as an adult. An early adopter of social media, Josh capitalized on his natural comedic talents to become a Vine superstar, eventually creating a revenue stream and following that would ensure financial success and a lasting career in the entertainment industry. In this second installment of the double-episode season premiere, Josh Peck talks about overcoming self-doubt and seizing the moment. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
14/04/2239m 12s

FOMOndays: How to Overcome Self Doubt

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11/04/2219m 37s

1. Think (And Act) Like an Entrepreneur with Josh Peck

In part one of a double episode, former child star, current adult actor, and author of the new book Happy People Are Annoying, Josh Peck, kicks off season seven with a thoughtful discussion about the expectations versus reality of achieving fame at a young age, the dynamics of personal transformations, and how an entrepreneurial mindset can be the key to creating the life you want. By applying entrepreneurial thinking to his life, Josh was able to take control of his career, monetize his talents, and build a fulfilling future personally and professionally. Josh explains how thinking like an entrepreneur allowed him to get creative while taking control of his life and his career. With insightful humor and a healthy dose of self-reflection, Josh gets honest about personal evolution, professional growth, and the power of entrepreneurial thinking. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
07/04/2238m 43s

FOMOndays: How to Apply Entrepreneur Thinking Across Your Life

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04/04/2218m 39s

26. Disrupt Yourself (And Grow) With Whitney Johnson

March is Women’s History Month and we will be featuring some outstanding female FOMO Sapiens on the podcast all month long for a special break between seasons.  Award-winning author, speaker, and host of the popular “Disrupt Yourself” podcast Whitney Johnson joins in a discussion about decision making, mastering FOMO, and getting back to your default setting- growth. Whitney talks about the neuroscience behind growth, how the brain processes its trajectory, and how mastering FOMO and FOBO will help define and master growth models. Explaining her S-Curve theory on growth, Whitney talks about how retraining your brain allows you to turn challenges into opportunities by simply reframing your perspective based on a redefined, personalized growth process. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
31/03/2239m 54s

FOMOndays: FOMO Therapy

This is FOMOnday, the snackable companion to FOMO Sapiens that starts your week with hot takes, life hacks, listener mail, and even some FOMO therapy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
28/03/2222m 42s

25. Rejecting Expectations to Create Success with ClassPass’s Payal Kadakia

March is Women’s History Month and we will be featuring some outstanding female FOMO Sapiens on the podcast all month long for a special break between seasons.  What are the financial realities of starting your own business? Can you reject traditional expectations while still embracing traditions? If you are ClassPass founder Payal Kadakia then the answer is a resounding Yes.  Innovating how people access health, fitness, and wellness, Payal discusses the unconventional route she took to create her success as well as the personal and financial risks it took to make it. Exploring the financial implications of starting a business as well as the need to pivot and redefine when that business is threatened by a global pandemic. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
24/03/2236m 34s

FOMOndays: How to Manage a Multicultural Team

This is FOMOnday, the snackable companion to FOMO Sapiens that starts your week with hot takes, life hacks, listener mail, and even some FOMO therapy. Thanks to Our Partners: Indeed Shopify Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
21/03/2217m 18s

24. Disrupting Systems & Revolutionizing Services with Shivani Siroya

March is Women’s History Month and we will be featuring some outstanding female FOMO Sapiens on the podcast all month long for a special break between seasons.  Nominated by Melinda Gates as Wired Icon in 2018, socioeconomic entrepreneur and Tala Mobile CEO & founder Shivani Siroya joins in a discussion about innovating financial solutions and impacting social change globally.  In addition to disrupting antiquated financial systems that historically underserved populations most in need by offering services and solutions to empower communities and small businesses, Shivani explains how she expertly manages a multicultural and international team in order to provide the best products, tools, and resources to her more than 6M customers worldwide.  Thanks to Our Partners: Indeed Shopify Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
17/03/2235m 16s

FOMOndays: How to Leverage Your Passion at Work

This is FOMOnday, the snackable companion to FOMO Sapiens that starts your week with hot takes, life hacks, listener mail, and even some FOMO therapy. Thanks to Our Partners: Indeed Shopify Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
14/03/2216m 31s

23. Creating a Life that Matters with Terri Trespicio

March is Women’s History Month and we will be featuring some outstanding female FOMO Sapiens on the podcast all month long for a special break between seasons.  Some people confuse comfort with complacency. Award-winning writer, speaker, and brand advisor Terri Trespicio, however, does not. Following the publication of her new book, Unfollow Your Passion, Terry discusses why her TedX Talk “Stop Searching for Your Passion” was so hugely popular that it has been viewed more than 7 million times while dispelling the idea that following a passion is the only path to a fulfilling or meaningful life. Terri explores the process of how we identify goals, how we define passion, and why you don’t have to embrace a lifetime outside of your comfort zone in order to create a life that matters. Terry explains how to evaluate your passion or goals: by determining if you are subscribing to the agendas of others and conforming to society’s “ideas” of what success looks like or if you are truly driven by personal desire for meaning and fulfillment.  Thanks to Our Partners: Indeed Shopify Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
10/03/2235m 31s

FOMOndays: How To Think About Psychedelics

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07/03/2216m 15s

22. Psychedelic Psychotherapy: Innovating the Future of Mental Wellness with Kelsey Ramsden

March is Women’s History Month and we will be featuring some outstanding female FOMO Sapiens on the podcast all month long for a special break between seasons. Kelsey Ramsden has taken her over 15 years of expertise funding, scaling, and operating businesses across Canada and the Caribbean and applied it to her innovative new company, Mind Cure Health, which aims to change the way we understand, apply, and optimize psychedelic and digital therapeutics.  Kelsey explains how her own personal experience with psychedelics in a clinical setting helped her overcome the challenges that plagued her throughout her life, baseless feelings of never being enough or the unnecessary compulsion to over-justify herself and her ideas. Inspired by her own personal improvement, Kelsey no longer felt the need to prove herself to others or be held to some imaginary unattainable standard but rather set out to help provide access to this alternative treatment to the world. Facing not only cultural but legal and regulatory challenges, Kelsey explains how her company promotes long-term healing while providing vital resources for researchers, clinicians, and patients alike. Thanks to Our Partners: Indeed Shopify Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
03/03/2236m 4s

FOMOndays: How To Think About the Lean Startup

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28/02/2217m 41s

21. Leaning Into The Lean Startup

Adjunct professor at Stanford University and Senior Fellow of Innovation at Columbia University Steve Blank, known as the father of modern entrepreneurship for conceptualizing the philosophy of The Lean Startup, and retired US Army colonel and international innovation expert Peter Newell discuss their work together helping governments and corporations adopt a lean approach to create, innovate, and drive growth. With vastly different professional histories, the unlikely pairing of Steve and Peter has created an innovative approach to business, tech, and even governance and diplomacy. This unexpected partnership discusses modern entrepreneurship as well as the components of calculated innovation in order to apply a lean approach on any level or industry.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
24/02/2237m 12s

FOMOndays: How To Conquer Risk Aversion

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21/02/2215m 44s

20. How Bearaby’s Dr. Kathrin Hamm Napped Her Way to a Start-Up Sleep Empire

Former economist for The World Bank, founder, and CEO of sustainable weighted bedding company Bearaby, Dr. Kathrin Hamm joins in a discussion about innovation, entrepreneurship, and mastering risk aversion. Created to fill a need, Bearaby’s innovative approach to providing enhanced rest by optimizing both sleep science and sustainable design, Kathrin’s success is far from where her career had begun. Without any background in textiles, sleep science, or digital marketing, Kathrin explains the successful evolution of her career from international economics to CEO, the risks she took along the way, and why she institutes a culture of naps at her company. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
17/02/2234m 46s

FOMOndays: How To Think About Market Volitility

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14/02/2215m 23s

19. Building a Unicorn with Ali Tamaseb

Ali Tamaseb, Founder & CEO of BootstrapLabs, a leading Artificial Intelligence Venture Capital firm that manages more than $2 billion discusses innovation, unicorns, billion-dollar ideas, and everything in between from his new book “Super Founders.” Garnering wisdom from his vast career as investor, advisor, founder, and leader, in his new book, Ali explains the burning questions that drove him to research and identify the traits of a super founder and what makes a billion-dollar startup. Sharing insights from the over 35,000 data points collected over four years, advice for best pitches, and what makes a million-dollar business, Ali debunks myths about entrepreneurship, startups, and bursting the proverbial bubble. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
10/02/2232m 33s

FOMOndays: How To Invest in a Creative Endeavor

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07/02/2218m 50s

18. Making a Movie: Entrepreneurship as an Art

Rebecca Eskreis, Michael Cuomo, and Megan Elizabeth Bell come together to discuss the creative and logistic process of making their new feature film What Breaks the Ice, a coming of age film set in the summer of 1998. This innovative, creative team shares their experience as they joined forces to make movie magic.  Paralleling the path of any startup, the team discusses how they had to pitch their creative vision not just to investors but to audiences as well. This fascinating conversation provides a unique perspective on the practical approach to the creative process with these experienced entertainment industry professionals who successfully sold their idea, and themselves, in a cutthroat industry.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
03/02/2239m 44s

FOMOndays: How To Manage Your Career

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31/01/2217m 40s

17. Creative Careers: How to Succeed without Starving with Jeff Madoff

There has been a long understanding in society that for an artist or any type of creative to be successful, they must “starve,” that they don’t deserve to reap the success of their hard work during their lifetime, that perhaps their creative and artistic contributions are not deserving of financial rewards. Jeff Madoff, director, photographer, writer, and professor at Parsons School of Design is here to put that myth to bed. Explaining that creative careers are indeed possible, Jeff argues that anyone can monetize their ideas to make a living. Sharing insights from his experience cultivating a creative career that ranged from days as a fashion designer to the production of his upcoming play, Jeff discusses the practical side of how to make a living with your ideas. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
27/01/2230m 44s

FOMOndays: How To Improvise Like A Jazz Musician

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24/01/2217m 40s

16. Two Beats Ahead with Michael Hendrix

Jazz musician, Berkeley School of Music professor, and co-author of the new book Two Beats Ahead: What Music Teaches Us About Innovation shares insights on the lessons we learn from music, the skills it can develop, as well as tips on consumption versus creation. In life and in business, often we are forced to improvise, to pivot on the spot in order to innovate and strategize solutions. In his new book, Michael explains the talent, skills, and tools developed by musicians that are vital to fostering innovation in everyday life. Explaining how to apply the lessons we learn from music, Michael shares how they can strengthen and empower the entrepreneurial spirit.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
20/01/2234m 11s

FOMOndays: Patrick's Hot Take On New Years in Socotra

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17/01/2218m 31s

15. Creating Change with Robin Bronk

Robin Bronk, CEO of The Creative Coalition, the nation’s leading bipartisan advocacy group discusses how the power of social proof paves the way for lasting change not only in the arts, but in society as a whole.  Recognizing the vast influence afforded to the entertainment industry, The Creative Coalition aims to use celebrity-based platforms for the advancement of the arts and positive social impact. Through strategic advocacy, education, and meaningful discussion, Robin explains how her organization pushes to pass legislation and increase federal funding to improve and expand the positive impact that the arts have on society and humanity through representation and action. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
13/01/2233m 13s

FOMOndays: How To Build An Idea Mindset

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10/01/2217m 31s

14. Raging Innovation with Alec Ross

Author and innovation expert Alec Ross shares his thoughts on innovation, opportunity, and knowing when and where to go deep in life. In his new book The Raging 2020s: Companies, Countries, People- And the Fight for Our Future, Alec discusses big ideas that can innovate the world.  Alec proposes a new approach to capitalism that will work better for a broader set of stakeholders and not just shareholders. Hypothesizing that if the right innovative changes aren’t implemented globally, Alec believes the frustration of the masses will continue to grow and rage on.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
06/01/2234m 59s

FOMOndays: How To Committ to Working Out

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03/01/2216m 33s

Best Of: A Road Map For The Modern Nonlinear Life

Bestselling author Bruce Feiler discusses the research and philosophy behind his new book, "Life Is in the Transitions: Mastering Change at Any Age." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
30/12/2134m 28s

FOMOndays: How to Write a Book

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27/12/2117m 10s

13. Danielle Mahfood & Jenny Judson: Successful Creative Partners

It’s hard enough to write a book, harder still to get it published. Throw in two co-authors with two full-time careers and it nearly seems impossible. Not for Danielle Mahfood and Jenny Judson, lifelong friends who over 11 years wrote and eventually saw published the Victorian historic novel The Last Song.  Danielle and Jenny discuss the process involved in taking on a massive creative endeavor while maintaining their own careers and the path they carved for themselves in order to go from part-time recreational writers to published authors. Having to find time for research, writing, and processing both naysayers and rejection, Danielle and Jenny share the creative journey they took to success. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
23/12/2134m 47s

FOMOndays: How To Fail Sucessfully

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20/12/2117m 19s

12. Tom Eisenmann & The Other F Word (Failure)

Entrepreneurial expert and Harvard Business School professor Tom Eisenmann discusses rookie mistakes, patterns of failures, and other highlights from his new book Why Startups Fail. Explaining strategies and tactics to prevent avoidable failure, Eisenmann shares insights on the simplest mistakes that can result in the most complex failure. Eisenmann teaches preventing failure by avoiding common mistakes that cost many entrepreneurs time, opportunity, and, most importantly, money. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
16/12/2138m 8s

FOMOndays: How To Be Better Than Better.com's CEO

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13/12/2114m 39s

11. Better Listening for Better Relationships with Dr. Mark Goulston

Are you looking for tactics to build relationships through trust and connection with less stress? Dr. Mark Goulston, author of the book Just Listen, which has been translated into 28 languages, discusses building trust through active listening and creating connections with surgical empathy. Dr. Goulston shares strategies to improve surgical empathy through active listening in order to build relationships with less stress and more meaning for greater impact. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
09/12/2133m 16s

FOMOndays: How to Outsourcing Decision Making

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06/12/2117m 22s

10. Taking Smarter Risks with Sukhinder Singh-Cassidy

You don’t get to be one of the world’s most creative people in business without taking some risks. Sukhinder Singh-Cassidy discusses her new book Choose Possibility: Take Risks and Thrive and how by learning to be a smart professional risk taker you can build your own opportunities.  With her celebrated experience in corporate leadership and entrepreneurship, Singh-Cassidy, a former president at both Google and StubHub, shares ideas and tools from her new book to help people learn to take smarter risks, create opportunities, and, ultimately, choose possibility. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
02/12/2134m 48s

FOMOndays: How to Host a Group Meditation

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29/11/2116m 44s

Diversify And Thrive With Sami Gayle

You may have seen her as a little girl on Broadway or recognize her from your favorite Friday night show Blue Bloods, but Sami Gayle is more than just an actress! Singer, producer, activist, and investor, Sami has managed to seamlessly diversify both her portfolio and her career, and, in this all-new episode, she shares her long-term cost averaging approach to investment success in what she calls “an irrational market.”  After the financial crisis of 2008 left her future in the entertainment industry uncertain, Sami has always strived to protect herself professionally and financially. The fear of potentially having to give up her dream at such a formative age stuck with Sami and provided her with the determination to provide herself with as many diversified endeavors as possible. Driven to make equity investments in projects and companies in which she is passionate, Sami shares how smart investing allows her to develop and support personal projects from political activism to producing and starring in films like Netflix’s Candy Jar, controlling both her creative and financial future and security.    Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
25/11/2133m 3s

FOMOndays: Hot Takes on Theranos

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22/11/2115m 18s

9. Living with Integrity: Martha Beck

Harvard-educated sociologist, life coach, and author Martha Beck joins to discuss the tenets of her new book The Way of Integrity and how learning to live in the present moment will be key to building a life to live for.  Martha, an internationally renowned life coach and regular contributor to Oprah’s “O Magazine,” explains her latest book, the importance of structural integrity in one’s life, and its role in how we experience joy. Martha also shares her expert insight on the post-pandemic phenomenon, The Great Resignation, and how exponential change is changing exponentially. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
18/11/2134m 37s

FOMOndays: Hot Takes on HyperIce

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15/11/2117m 3s

8. Unexpected Entrepreneurship with Hyperice's Anthony Katz

Anthony Katz, founder of recovery technology company Hyperice, discusses his evolution from education to entrepreneur. From tinkering with neoprene and ice in his off time in search of a more therapeutic and effective recovery system to getting his products under the seats of every player in the NBA, Anthony explains his unexpected journey. Driven to solve a problem facing every athlete from intramural leagues to professional associations, Anthony shares how his connections, experience, and determination led to establishing an elite client base like Bryant and LeBron James but also attracted the likes of Chris Paul, Doc Rivers, and Naomi Osaka to invest in his now $700M company. More at https://www.fomosapiens.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
11/11/2136m 0s

FOMOndays: Are You a Grinder?

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08/11/2115m 29s

7. Prompts & Practices for Success with Marc Champagne

How do you know which questions to ask yourself to make sure you are aligned with your goals? Author, speaker, and celebrated podcast host Marc Champagne discusses his new book Personal Socrates and how to identify the important questions to ask for success, growth, and mental fitness.  Host of the top-ranked podcast Behind the Human, Marc discusses leaving a successful corporate career in order to launch a journaling app, deleting it, and starting over with a new perspective anchored in ancient wisdom. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
04/11/2135m 1s

FOMOndays: Crazy TikTok Stories

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01/11/2115m 40s

6. News Not Noise with Jessica Yellin

Jessica Yellin, Emmy, Gracie, and Peabody award-winning journalist, discusses how the competition for viewership in the internet age of instant information forced her to re-evaluate her approach. If she wanted her work to align with her intention, to explain the news and not just report the noise, Jessica had to pivot and find a new way. Launching her business, News Not Noise, on Instagram, Jessica has gained over half a million followers who rely on her to deliver trusted insight, relying on experts rather than pundits, reporting on the facts and not the clickbait. Jessica explains how embracing an entrepreneurial mindset allowed her to amplify her journalistic voice. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
28/10/2135m 3s

FOMOndays: LOL, Ha, & Launching Patreon

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25/10/2112m 59s

5. Getting Human with Jason Karp

Jason Karp explains his departure from managing a $4B hedge fund to founding HumanCo, a mission-driven company focusing on healthy living and sustainability for all. After a life-changing medical diagnosis, Jason dove into the concept of true healthy living, from changing his work and rest hours to choosing the healthiest foods to fuel his body, Jason was able to completely recover all aspects of his health while gaining a new understanding of wellness. Jason didn’t just change his lifestyle, he changed his investing style, deciding to invest in the brands that promote a healthy and sustainable human experience. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
21/10/2133m 59s

FOMOndays: How to be a More Creative Thinker

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18/10/2116m 38s

4. 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 set meaningful intentions? You play the long game. Dorie Clark, celebrated speaker, consultant, entrepreneur, and author joins us to discuss her latest book The Long Game: How to be a Long-Term Thinker in a Short-Term World. Discussing when and how to shift focus, Dorie explains how to evaluate market needs, focus strategy, and optimize for interest to maximize success. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
14/10/2134m 53s

FOMOndays: How an NFT Can Save a Life

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11/10/2114m 52s

3. Chris Hutchins Reveals All the Hacks

Have you been looking for new hacks to optimize your life, work, and travel? This week our guest Chris Hutchins, host of All the Hacks reveals some of his expert financial, travel, and shopping hacks and talks about his own struggles with FOBO and optimization. Patrick and Chris also discuss the ethical line between hacks and deception. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
07/10/2135m 47s

FOMOndays: FOMO Venture Capital & Willy Wonka

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04/10/2115m 17s

2. Ian Schrager on Creativity and Disobedience

We’re back for the second half of the season premiere interview with the legendary Ian Schrager, who has been innovating in the hospitality industry since the 1970s. In this episode, Ian talks about his newest hotel projects, EDITION and PUBLIC and Ian shares the secrets of his creative process. Plus, we answer listener-submitted questions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
30/09/2136m 52s

FOMOndays: How to Escape the Trough

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27/09/2115m 22s

1. How Ian Schrager Generates FOMO

For over 5 decades, since the 70s, Ian Schrager has achieved international recognition for concepts that have revolutionized the entertainment, hospitality, food and beverage, retail and residential industries. Few people, if any, have had the impact on popular culture that Ian Schrager has. He was the creator of Studio 54 and then invented the boutique hotel category. In today’s episode of FOMO Sapiens, Schrager reveals how he continues to create FOMO all these years later. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
23/09/2135m 58s

And We're Back! Here's What's on Tap.

Join Patrick each Monday to go deeper on all things FOMO Sapiens, including thoughts on last week’s episode, practical advice, current events, and listener mail. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
20/09/2115m 10s

Best of Female FOMO Sapiens: Ask for More with Alexandra Carter

Professor Alexandra Carter, director of Columbia Law School’s Mediation Clinic, explains how to overcome FOMO when negotiating for work and in everyday life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
09/09/2128m 43s

Best of Female FOMO Sapiens: Cathy Heller of Don't Keep Your Day Job

Podcast host, author, and business coach Cathy Heller discusses her own journey from identifying her passions to taking the action to transform those ventures into a successful career change. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
02/09/2135m 29s

Best Of: The Smell of Success: How Farmgirl Flowers Is Bootstrapping to $30 Million in Sales

Christina Stembel started Farmgirl Flowers to improve the way the commercial flower industry offers choice, quality, and price. Today she’s at the helm of a growing company that serves flower lovers nationwide. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
26/08/2137m 50s

What's Up With the Great Resignation?

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23/08/2114m 23s

Best Of: How to Make Better Decisions with Gretchen Rubin

Gretchen Rubin, 5-times New York Times Best-Seller, an award-winning podcaster, and speaker, discusses her latest book, "The Four Tendencies."  This episode explores the four personality profiles identified in her book: the upholders, the questionnaires, the obligers, the rebels, and how they respond to their inner and outer expectations.  By understanding your profile, you can improve your productivity, your life, and the lives of those around you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
19/08/2133m 38s

Is There a "Perfect" Morning Routines?

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16/08/2112m 39s

40. 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 emerging field of longevity offers his perspective on what cutting-edge breakthroughs are on the horizon, as well as the practical steps we can take now to live healthily to 100 and beyond. He also demystifies the longevity landscape, cutting through the hype and showing readers what they can do now to live better for longer, and offering a look into the exciting possibilities that await us. By viewing aging as a condition that can be cured, we can dramatically revolutionize the field of longevity and make it accessible for everyone Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
12/08/2137m 22s

Best Of Alex Carter

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12/08/2126m 43s

Beware FOMO Investing

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09/08/2114m 55s

39. 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 feel bad. We're all off of our game right now and figuring out what to say, how to safely socialize, and how to regain social momentum is one of the biggest challenges we face right now. But, we called in the perfect guests to help with that problem.  In today's episode, AJ Harbinger and Johnny Dzubak from The Art of Charm, share their secrets, backed by science, on how to be social in 2021. Their hit podcast and coaching company are all about becoming more comfortable, showing how building stronger connections with people and expressing yourself are indeed an art form, and they'll share their strategies with us.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
05/08/2135m 50s

I Got Hypnotized - Here's What Happened

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02/08/2114m 41s

38. 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 duck who will have no memory of it later in the night? Or guided meditation with a specific outcome in mind? Brooklyn-based hypnosis and regression therapist Daniel Ryan explains the stark contrast between meaningful hypnotherapy and flashy stage show hypnotism and how, as the son of a clinical psychologist trained in hypnotism by the US military in the 1950s, he spent a lifetime learning to spot the differences.  Daniel discusses how hypnotherapy is used not as a magic wand to erase bad habits and memories but as a therapeutic tool to change thinking and behavior. Often misunderstood and misconstrued, hypnotherapy can be used to break bad habits or to overcome personal challenges; Daniel explains how hypnotism leverages pre-existing trance tendencies, not to relinquish a subject’s control, but to help them regain it. Set out to share his knowledge and help those who want to help themselves, Daniel’s practice helps people address a variety of issues ranging from overcoming general or social anxiety and signs of depression, managing stress at work and the pressures of family, to personal trauma and grief management. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
29/07/2135m 29s

Listener Mail: Let's Talk Languages & Travel

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26/07/2114m 58s

37. 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, she noticed more and more the gaps in support and mentorship for female entrepreneurs and the lack of resources available.  Determined to make a change, in 2018, Minkoff created the Female Founder Collective and teamed up with Ali Wyatt, a media specialist whose resume boasts such brands as InStyle, The Knot, Refinery29, and even Goop. Together Minkoff and Wyatt struck out to create a community of female entrepreneurs with a purpose, to connect female business owners. Designed to create a network of female entrepreneurs, Minkoff and Wyatt explain how their collective allows female business owners to search within their industry, geography, and phase in order to connect with the most contextual resources and increase the overall financial success of all female-owned businesses. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
22/07/2131m 38s

My Stress Dream & The Best Way to Intro Yourself

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20/07/2115m 54s

36. Cultivating Influence with Jon Levy

Behavioral scientist and author of the new book Cultivating Influence Jon Levy explains how one of the most effective strategies for success is making meaningful connections with people who can positively impact you, your life, and the things that mean the most to you. By building deep and meaningful connections based on shared community, interest, or values, you can create an influential network capable of great impact. Jon discusses creating vulnerability loops as an opportunity to build trust and to identify shared values as well as other connection strategies for cultivating influence to grow a robust network that provides value and trust. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
15/07/2132m 0s

My Life Motto & Listener Mail

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12/07/2114m 49s

35. 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 inspirational declaration from his mother as a small child empowered him to dream, persevere, and eventually succeed to such heights he inspired an award-winning film about his life starring Will Smith.  Inspired by the words of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to be the best he could be, Chris shares how his unwavering dedication to dream big paved the way for his hard work to manifest itself into opportunity and success. Chris chooses to focus on the possibilities, not improbabilities, in order to turn a dream into a plan and a plan into action.  Whether you need to give yourself permission to dream or you need some support in your own pursuit of happiness, Chris shares insights on perspective and adaptability in order to reach your dreams and accomplish your goals. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
08/07/2135m 31s

HOORAY! It's Episode 100!

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05/07/2116m 34s

Best of FOMO Sapiens: 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 probably hear about the least. Despite not being a media darling, Reddit is probably one of the largest, if not the largest, repositories of discussion in the digital world.  Reddit cleaves to old-school Internet values of free expression and user anonymity, balanced by the moderated forums that are its backbone- a model that has made it a place for robust engagement for both community members and advertisers. The future of Reddit's ecosystem- and its growth model is as fascinating as it is unpredictable, as it moves to scale to larger community appeal and other profit models, like cryptocurrency and video, without changing its DNA. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
01/07/2138m 0s

The Best Entrepreneurs Do This to Find Great Ideas

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28/06/2114m 14s

33. Stacy’s Pita Chips Founder's Unconventional Path to Success

Stacy’s Pita Chip and BeBOLD Bars founder Stacy Madison, who evolved from food cart owner to a household name, shares insights on the key to building a successful food brand, how to scale growth, and, how sometimes, you have no other choice but to learn the hard way.From packing to transportation, from vendor procurement to order fulfillment, Stacy and her partner learned quickly as their business grew that selling and shipping a food product has its own set of complexities that not every entrepreneur would anticipate. Stacy shares the lessons she learned along the way that helped her to become a multi million-dollar pita chip mogul. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
24/06/2134m 26s

A Scammer Just Used FOMO Against Me!

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21/06/2113m 56s

32. 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 frustrated trying to complete a project and couldn’t find a video or article online for guidance or support? These are challenges that require innovative thinking and novel invention, but they also create some of the best entrepreneurs. Serial entrepreneur, inventor, author, and billionaire philanthropist Jim McKelvey discusses his new book The Innovation Stack: Building an Unbeatable Business One Crazy Idea at a Time and how the practice of true entrepreneurial thinking inevitably leads to innovation and invention.In his new book, McKelvey explains how to create an unbeatable business that solves previously unsolvable problems through radical, entrepreneurial thinking. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
17/06/2134m 21s

Let's Talk About Bobby Kennedy & Bhutan

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14/06/2112m 51s

31. 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. Maria Konnikova’s case, she can. In her latest book My Biggest Bluff: How I Learned to Pay Attention, Master Myself, and Win, journalist and award-winning author Konnikova explains how her research into the science between luck, skill, randomness, and the myth that hard work always leads to success led her to become an international champion poker player. Konnikova explores the significant overlap between the game of poke and the game of life and finds that it is often what determines success: skill and chance. When playing a game with incomplete information, while you cannot control the randomness of the shuffle, if you can identify where skill ends and chance begins, you can master the skills necessary to succeed.  Dr. Konnikova explains how by learning to identify the difference between what is skill and what is chance, we hone our strategic thinking, learning to master what we can control and release what we can’t. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
10/06/2135m 49s

5 Top Tips for Connecting with People

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07/06/2114m 0s

30. 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 are providing as little value to your network as it does to you? That’s probably because while you have succeeded at building a vast network, you have failed at making meaningful connections. Author, serial networker, and master connector Susan McPherson shares insights from her book The Lost Art of Connection: The Gater, Ask, Do Method for Building Meaningful Business Relationships and how by pivoting your approach to meeting new people you can become a reliable resource with whom people want to.   From learning how to do self-assessments to navigating cultural and generational nuances, in her book, Susan explains how easy it can be to cultivate a long-lasting community of connections. Every connection is a conduit and by changing your thinking from “what can I get” to “what can I give” you can master the lost art of connection Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
03/06/2134m 7s

What is the Point if You're Not Happy?

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31/05/2113m 36s

29. Live More Effortlessly with Greg McKeown

Do you struggle to find the balance between hard work and burnout? Does it sometimes seem impossible to get it all done? Once you’ve hit a wall and you strip away all the non-essentials, does it still seem too much? Then it’s time for a new approach. That’s exactly what author Greg McKeown discusses in his new book Effortless: Making it Easy to Do What Matters. Hard work is indeed a virtue, he agrees, but Greg argues that any virtue can become a vice when taken too far. Greg shares strategies and practices to avoid physical and mental burnout while cultivating an effortless state of focus, smarter productivity, and, most importantly, long-term sustainability. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
27/05/2135m 7s

The Best Pitches I've Ever Heard

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24/05/2114m 20s

28. How to Get People to Back Your Ideas

How is it that some people can convince others to back them, is its personality, style, charisma? No, says Suneel Gupta, author of the new book Backable. Explaining that creativity and persuasion are not the same thing, Suneel shares how his book can help the well-intention strengthen their conviction and enable them to successfully share their insights and ideas.    Using failure as a foundation for learning and growth, Suneel explains that conviction is contagious and the importance of unique insight in establishing value. Being backable, he says, isn’t about being the most outgoing or charming person in the room, it’s about being the most confident in your ideas and intentions.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
20/05/2136m 5s

Patrick's Hot Take on The WeWork Implosion

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17/05/2114m 22s

27. 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 Children’s Zone (HCZ), the answer is a resounding yes. With a pre-existing, comprehensive, platform aimed to combat racial inequity and bridge educational divides, the Harlem Children’s Zone was in a uniquely well-prepared position when COVID hit. Able to identify the immediate and long-term needs of their community members, HCZ focused on a 5-pronged approach. Comprehensive and strategic, Kwame’s plan, designed to serve the local Harlem community, was quickly scaled for national use.  Kwame explains how his journey as the child of Ghanaian immigrants was forever changed as the result of a little luck in a little church basement. He took that luck and turned it into opportunity and from that opportunity and hard work, Kwame has successfully transferred his experience in the private sector to benefit the public sector. Kwame shares how he and the HCZ are dedicated to taking luck out of the equation so that every child experiences the freedom and independence that comes with opportunity. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
13/05/2133m 47s

Way to Support Women at Work

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10/05/2114m 50s

26. Influence, and the Psychology of Persuasion

Influence can be a tricky thing, you want to get people to say yes to you but you also want to be able to identify when others are influencing you in unwelcome ways. First published in 1984, Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion is still considered the bible for eCommerce today. Having sold over 5 million copies and been printed in 44 languages, author Dr. Robert Cialdini is updating his bestselling book for an updated world driven by technology. Dr. Cialdini believes that while the platforms of influence have changed, the most effective tendencies have not. Fielding listener-submitted questions, Dr. Cialdini discusses the power of positive influence, how to identify negative influence, and how to yield both to your benefit. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
06/05/2138m 18s

Let's Nerd Out on Positive Psychology

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03/05/2113m 41s

25. Level Up with BetterUp

In this week’s all-new episode, founder and CEO of BetterUp, the largest coaching platform in the world, Alexi Robichaux explains how his company uses individualized coaching, counseling, mentorship, and digital learning programs to help members grow, adapt and flourish personally and professionally. Explaining that mental health isn’t simply the absence of sickness, Alexi shares his mission to cultivate mental fitness through customized coaching and community support. BetterUp provides a pathway for personal growth and long-term development under the support and care of a primary coach who will build your specialized coaching team and connect you with the help you need, even when you’re not quite sure what that help might be. Whether you are looking for management coaching, increased sleep hygiene, or overall lifestyle wellness, when it comes to self-improvement, BetterUp is your one-stop shop for personal growth and professional development. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
29/04/2134m 31s

Why I Love Ranked Choice Voting

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26/04/2112m 51s

24. 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 raising nearly $40M in grassroots efforts and outlasting career politicians in the 2020 presidential race, Andrew Yang is focusing on revitalizing and rebuilding New York City after a devastating pandemic that wounded the city, in some ways, beyond measure.   Yang shares how he plans to invest in this city and its people while getting others to do so as well. Focusing on anti-poverty initiatives that address issues such as access to reliable high-speed internet and financial services as well as working with corporations to bring jobs and talent back to the city, Yang explains he is dedicated to healing a city in crisis.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
22/04/2131m 49s

Your Post-Pan Plan

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19/04/2113m 41s

23. 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 Twilio and author of the new book Ask Your Developer: How to Harness the Power of Software Developers and Win in the 21st Century, has figured out a way to bridge the divide between developers and business executives to create successful solutions and customer experiences. Jeff explains how the best companies utilize their technical partners as creative problem solvers rather than just digital assembly workers. When companies share the challenges that they and their customers face with their software developers, while embracing a culture of experimentation, the collaboration can result in ingenuity and success.   Jeff discusses how the need to better utilize technical partners for success drove him to write his new book in order for businesses across industries to successfully transition into thriving digital companies. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
15/04/2136m 9s

Vaccine FOMO

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12/04/2113m 6s

22. Diversify and Thrive with Sami Gayle

You may have seen her as a little girl on Broadway or recognize her from your favorite Friday night show Blue Bloods, but Sami Gayle is more than just an actress! Singer, producer, activist, and investor, Sami has managed to seamlessly diversify both her portfolio and her career, and, in this all-new episode, she shares her long-term cost averaging approach to investment success in what she calls “an irrational market.”  After the financial crisis of 2008 left her future in the entertainment industry uncertain, Sami has always strived to protect herself professionally and financially. The fear of potentially having to give up her dream at such a formative age stuck with Sami and provided her with the determination to provide herself with as many diversified endeavors as possible. Driven to make equity investments in projects and companies in which she is passionate, Sami shares how smart investing allows her to develop and support personal projects from political activism to producing and starring in films like Netflix’s Candy Jar, controlling both her creative and financial future and security.     Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
08/04/2135m 36s

The Secrets to Setting Up the Perfect Home Office

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05/04/2113m 17s

21. 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 University of Arizona’s NSA Design Center for Academic Excellence in Cyber Operations and author of the new book Human Hacking: Win Friends, Influence People and Leave Them Better Off For Having Met You, is a social engineer who sheds light on the concept of human hacking and how to use it to understand and validate others. The essence of human hacking is understanding how people get us to do what they want but also how we can protect ourselves. When used for good human hacking cannot only help build rapport in the furtherance of a goal but also facilitates the ability to disagree without being disagreeable, to be capable of having opposing thoughts without becoming opponents. Christopher shares tricks and tactics for effective communication and for mastering the skill of human hacking. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
01/04/2132m 34s

My Experience with Tourette's Syndrome

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29/03/2113m 50s

20. FOMO and ADHD

Do you, a loved one, or any of your employees struggle with time management, organization, or decision-making? Does impatience triggers disproportionate anger responses? These could all be signs and symptoms of ADHD. George Sachs, a clinical psychologist specializing in ADHD, discusses how this neuro-developmental disorder may present in the workplace and how it is strongly linked to FOMO. When you are hypersensitive to rejection and constantly seeking acceptance, you will inevitably lack the confidence in the decisions you make. Like FOMO, ADHD can make you feel like whatever it is that you are doing at the moment, isn’t enough and it could always be better, preventing you from being able to focus on your present life.   George discusses the implications of this disorder that often impairs executive function, negatively impacting both personal and professional relationships. However, George also provides a path for diagnosis and to develop the strategies through behavioral interventions to manage ADHD and help overcome FOMO. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
25/03/2129m 18s

Patrick's Hot Take on Clubhouse, 2021's FOMOiest App

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22/03/2111m 56s

19. Can't We All Just Get Along?

What do a 22-year-old former venture capital intern and an 11-time Emmy-nominated filmmaker have in common? Political entrepreneurship. Manu Meel, CEO of BridgeUSA, and Mark Kassan, co-founder of A Starting Point (ASP), alongside actor Chris Evans, share how their organizations dedicate themselves to creating spaces and platforms to foster civic engagement and meaningful conversations across the political divide. BridgeUSA works with college campuses across the country to combat pessimistic political thinking by creating spaces to help students engage and connect while ASP is disrupting media by providing unbiased content about important political issues that allow users to form their own educated opinions. The bipartisan consumable content ASP curates helps to act as a launching pad for the conversations being had within BridgeUSA chapters throughout the country.  By joining forces, these two organizations are investing in a future where democracy responds to the people and not just for the people. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
18/03/2134m 47s

Weird & Wild Feedback Stories

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15/03/2114m 0s

18. 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 they won’t be open to hearing it? That’s probably because you were never taught how to give effective feedback. Dr. Therese Huston, cognitive scientist and founding director of The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning at Seattle University, shares insights from her new book Let’s Talk: Making Effective Feedback Your Superpower to help identify the difference between effective and ineffective models so that any feedback you provide, negative or positive, will be constructive, meaningful, and clear. By applying these simple strategies, you will gain confidence in providing the most effective feedback for both you and your employees. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
11/03/2135m 11s

Listener Mail: How to Pitch a VC

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08/03/2115m 0s

17. Vision Science: 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 to achieve it.  Dr. Emily Balcentis, Professor of Social Psychology at NYU, whose TED Talk has surpassed 4 million views, explains the biology-brain connection between what you see and what you can actually get done, also known as Vision Science.  In her recent book, "Clearer, Closer, Better: How Successful People See the World," Emily provides insights into how highly successful people tend to see the world differently and how their methods can be replicated.  One of the tactics is narrowing your focus of attention. Doing so makes goals start seeming more attainable. In return, it boosts your psychology, pumping confidence and gearing the body up to the challenge physiologically.  To conclude the show, Emily expands on other useful strategies and provides practical suggestions to use these powerful tactics in your business and everyday life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
04/03/2134m 55s

Bucket List Basics

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01/03/2113m 37s

16. 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 Ben Nemtim, keynote speaker and New York Times best-selling author of What Do You Want To Do Before You Die? asked himself in 2006 and that question was the start of a new journey. Ben recounts how a college project, The Buried Life, allowed him to answer that question by making a list of seemingly impossible goals and then going after them. In the process, he surprised himself by doing things like playing basketball with President Obama and having a beer with Prince Harry. Ben also provides practical advice for team leaders and how supporting your team members' bucket list can increase productivity and retain top performers in any business. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
25/02/2136m 37s

Listener Mail and Finding Flow

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22/02/2111m 7s

15. 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 the formula to achieve peak performance and the science to sustain it. Steven shares how he became an expert in human performance and how he can replicate peak performance through Flow, an optimal state of consciousness where humans feel and perform their best. To conclude the show, Steven provides practical tips to get more Flow into your life and an online assessment to understand your Flow. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
18/02/2131m 21s

How to Cold Call on LinkedIn

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15/02/2112m 55s

14. 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 Alone" discusses the evolution of dating apps and their use during COVID-19 - a period during which most of us have felt more alone than ever. She talks about how her background in behavioral psychology has helped her use data-driven evidence in her research of online dating and finding the key to a happy relationship. She also gives us her take on the three common dating personas that people embody when looking for their "ideal" relationship: the romanticizer, the maximizer, and the hesitator. Logan and Patrick discuss how FOBO - or the "Fear of a Better Option" - can play a big role in how some people approach dating and how FOBO can also lead individuals down a never-ending search for that "perfect match." Finally, Logan provides her take on how she thinks that dating will evolve in the future - from more video dating via apps to increased gender fluidity and types of dating among Gen Z daters. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
11/02/2133m 11s

How to Be a 10% Activist

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08/02/2112m 50s

13. How Entrepreneurs Can Fix Government

Mitch Weiss, Professor at Harvard Business School and author of We the Possibility: Harnessing Public Entrepreneurship to Solve Our Most Urgent Problems, shares his experience working in public office and using entrepreneurial thinking to solve significant problems.  Mitch recounts his story during the fatal Boston Marathon Bombings. He was Chief-of-Staff to Boston's mayor, Thomas Menino, at the time, and was responsible for implementing an innovative initiative to aid victims and direct funds to them efficiently.  He also unpacks Public Entrepreneurship, a relatively novel concept, and stresses that governments need to emulate what works in the private sector and apply it to the public sector. To conclude the episode, Patrick and Mitch discuss examples of countries that have successfully implemented entrepreneurial thinking in public problems; and share practical ideas on how you too can get involved, contribute, and help make a change. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
04/02/2131m 0s

How to Make Time Count for More

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01/02/2111m 34s

12. 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 Myth of Multitasking: How “Doing It All” Gets Nothing Done, explains that multitasking is - as he says - a myth. By accepting that reality, you can change the way you operate to get more done through a series of small, yet important, changes. Multitasking is not a superpower, FOCUSING is. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
28/01/2134m 40s

Jan 25: The Word of Year is....Momentum

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25/01/2111m 26s

11. Wondery’s COO on the Future of Podcasts

Podcasting is the next big thing in content and advertising. Did you know that the average podcast aficionado listens to 5-7 podcasts a week? There's currently a gold rush in the podcasting industry, which also means that there is also a lot of FOMO. In this episode, Jen Sargent, COO of Wondery - the acclaimed podcast company recently acquired by Amazon - talks about leaving the entertainment startup that she created and what attracted her to Wondery, a network known for shows like "Dirty John," "Dr. Death," and "Business Wars.” Jen also discusses current trends in podcasting, the possibilities for big and small podcasts alike, and what type of content makes for a great podcast. Listen now to hear more about her journey with Wondery and the vision she has for the network 5-10 years from now.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
21/01/2133m 29s

Jan 18: Listener Mail: How to Network in a Pandemic

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18/01/2114m 52s

10. How To Be a Part-Time Entrepreneur

Does entrepreneurship both interest and scare you at the same time? Join Patrick J. McGinnis, investor, and author of "The 10% Entrepreneur: Live Your Startup Dream Without Quitting Your Day Job" to learn how you too can make entrepreneurship right for you. Patrick explains three big trends that are redefining how we think about our careers and entrepreneurship: "One Job is Never Enough," "Entrepreneurship FOMO," and the "Entrepreneurship Myth." He also talks about why it's okay to not want to be a full-time entrepreneur, and what you can do to fulfill your entrepreneurial dreams without giving up your day job. Listen now and become a 10% Entrepreneur today. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
14/01/2128m 6s

Jan 11: Meet Super Coffee's Ethicist

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11/01/2116m 1s

9. 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 country? Join Jimmy DeCicco, CEO and oldest brother at Super Coffee, in a journey back to how it all started. Jimmy reveals how the brothers have assumed specific business roles within the company and how they've managed to connect to A-Rod, J-lo, and other celebrities who have invested in their idea. He also speaks about the importance of building an ethical statement to scale your business successfully and the impact that hiring an Ethicist has had on the organization.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
07/01/2135m 22s

Jan 4: Welcome to FOMO Sapiens Afterhours

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04/01/2112m 53s

Best of: The Surprising Science Behind Music’s Biggest Hits

Ever wonder how the music industry chooses their next big hit? Join Jacob Fain, Senior Vice President, A&R, and Head of Data & Analytics at Elektra Records as he shares the process for choosing and booking new artists. Jacob goes behind the scenes, explains how it works, and shares his strategy to avoid passing on a song that could be a hit! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
31/12/2037m 38s

Best of: Internet Trolls & Crazy Rich Asians: The Insane World of Vintage Watch Collectors

Eric Wind’s love affair with timepieces began when he was given his grandfather’s watch as a young boy. He’s served as VP Senior Specialist at Christie’s auctioning some of the most valuable watches in the world, and written for the New Yorker, Financial Times, HODINKEE, and dozens of other prestigious publications on the high-value, trend-setting world of collector watches. Today, Eric owns Wind Vintage, a company dedicated to offering exceptional watches for sale at all price points and providing advisory services to top vintage watch collectors worldwide. On FOMO Sapiens, Eric talks about the FOMO-inducing culture of high-end collecting, Crazy Rich Asians, and how to collect with sanity. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
24/12/2036m 26s

8. Ignoring the Skeptics (and Proving them Wrong) with Kara Goldin, Founder & CEO of Hint

Kara Goldin, Founder and CEO Of Hint, Inc., author of the recent bestselling book Undaunted and self-proclaimed "accidental entrepreneur," shares her journey from corporate big-tech to launching her own mission-driven business. Kara reveals how she overcame her fears, ignored the doubters, and how trusting her gut and staying true to herself allowed her to make the decisions needed to succeed. Join Patrick for the weekly FOMOment to learn six practical tools to help you manifest a business idea!  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
17/12/2035m 33s

7. 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 changed the way we work forever. He speaks about the Hybrid Approach, a model that will allow associates to manage their time while maintaining productivity. He also mentions the critical role technology will play next year and how productivity, results, and meaningful peer-to-peer relationships will be vital for thriving in 2021. Stay put for the FOMOment of the show for Patrick's practical tips on building a home office and maintaining your routine.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
10/12/2036m 2s

6. 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 journey, and explains how his far from the conventional path led him to sell over two million copies impacting people and companies worldwide.  He speaks about "the pressure of time" in the age of FOMO, and the importance of clearing the mind to make room for new thoughts and ideas.  During this week's FOMOment, Patrick shares his favorite hack to get things done when the stakes are low! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
03/12/2038m 10s

5. "Nothing Unnecessary:" How Floyd's Founders Design For Simplicity

Alex O'Dell and Kyle Hoff, co-founders of Floyd, share their story of how a one-product Kickstarter campaign became a multi-million venture with more than 50,000 customers worldwide. Using design innovation, they set out to solve the challenge around disposable furniture by creating thoughtful, beautiful products made for keeping, instead of tossing, which led them to significantly impacting the planet, the industry, and consumer behavior. Learn the role that social media and disruptive non-traditional strategies have played in their business development and how a recent sabbatical led them to a creating smarter organization while honing their leadership abilities. Plus, recommendations from DJ DiDonna, an expert on how to make the most out of a sabbatical. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
26/11/2033m 44s

4. 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. After building their first company, Exo, a cricket protein bar company, Gaby and his partner, Greg Sewitz, decided to exit the business and switch directions after raising millions of dollars and generating tons of hype. Next, they launched Magic Spoon, with a mission to reinvent everyone's favorite childhood cereals for the health-conscious consumer. By appealing to consumer nostalgia and leveraging social media to implement a direct-to-consumer strategy, their bet paid off big. Learn why these founders chose to pivot and how they learned from their first start-up to build bigger the second time around.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
19/11/2037m 59s

3. How to Make Better Decisions with Gretchen Rubin

Gretchen Rubin, 5-times New York Times Best-Seller, an award-winning podcaster, and speaker, discusses her latest book, "The Four Tendencies."  This episode explores the four personality profiles identified in her book: the upholders, the questionnaires, the obligers, the rebels, and how they respond to their inner and outer expectations.  By understanding your profile, you can improve your productivity, your life, and the lives of those around you.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
12/11/2037m 34s

2. Feeling Stressed? Here's How to Think Like a Monk

Jay Shetty, successful entrepreneur, author, and content creator, continues discussing his new book, "Think Like a Monk," and how integrating meditation into your life can bring benefits to your work and to your personal life. The episode explores the importance of gratitude and introduces practical tools, such as "The Perspective Scale," to find greater perspective in day to day life. Finally, Jay shares his top habits for maintaining peak performance. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
05/11/2036m 30s

1. Jay Shetty on 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 Monk.” He speaks about the uncertain times we live in and how thinking like a monk - a calmer, clearer, and focused mind - can lead to greater happiness. This episode explores the differences between the “Monkey Mind” and the “Monk Mind,” how they relate to FOMO and FOBO, and how you can find autonomy and empowerment when you are decisive. Jay also shares some practical tips on how to create engaging social content that have garnered him hundreds of millions of views. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
29/10/2045m 12s

19. Season 4 Finale: The Science of Serendipity

In the last episode of the season, author and global affairs expert, Christian Busch, shares the results of 10 years of research into the art and science of luck. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
06/08/2033m 23s

18. A Road Map for the Modern Nonlinear Life

Bestselling author Bruce Feiler discusses the research and philosophy behind his new book, "Life Is in the Transitions: Mastering Change at Any Age." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
30/07/2035m 7s

17. Less Is More: The Power of Essentialism

Essentialism, simply put, is living only for what really matters. Greg McKeown, author of the global bestseller "Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less," discusses how to prioritize our time and energy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
23/07/2032m 5s

16. Click to Connect: The Rise of the Virtual Event

Celebrity party planner Bronson Van Wyck, founder of Van Wyck & Van Wyck event production and design agency, returns to the show to discuss how he pivoted his business to virtual events to survive in the socially distanced age. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
16/07/2032m 33s

15. A Female Founder in a Male VC World

When Kate Ryder started to raise funding for a pioneering healthcare app for women, the (mostly male) VCs didn't believe her idea was "big" enough. So Ryder turned to female investors and VCs with healthcare industry expertise to raise capital for Maven, which has served five million patients in 175 countries, since launching in 2014. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
09/07/2032m 22s

14. Free Market Politics Part 2: Can We Fix America’s Political System?

Political innovation activists Katherine Gehl and Michael Porter discuss innovative reforms that could increase competition and accountability in American politics. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
02/07/2034m 35s

13. Free Market Politics Part 1: How America’s Political System Became a Duopoly

Political innovation activists Katherine Gehl and Michael Porter explain how America's two-party political system undermines the robust competition and accountability necessary for democracy to thrive. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
25/06/2035m 40s

12. The Lost Art of Thinking for Yourself

In an age where we increasingly pass responsibility for our most important choices on to experts, trend analyst Vikram Mansharamani explains why cultivating the knowledge and skills of a generalist can help preserve our autonomy and self-determination. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
18/06/2033m 21s

11. How TOMS Shoes Founder Rebalanced Life and Work

After working 90-hour weeks as a successful, serial entrepreneur, a battle with depression led TOMS Shoes founder Blake Mycoskie to reevaluate his life balance and, ultimately, create his newest startup. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
11/06/2034m 56s

10. Deciphering Big Data to Make Better Decisions

Data can play an important role in challenging the illusions, presumptions, and prejudices of “common sense.” In this episode, New York Times bestselling author and data scientist Seth Stephens-Davidowitz explains how to use rigorous analysis to follow the data – wherever it leads. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
04/06/2031m 26s

9. Startup vs. Pandemic: Farmgirl Flowers’ Fight for Survival

Farmgirl Flowers founder (and friend of the show) Christina Stembel returns to share how she navigated difficult emotions and impossible decisions during the early days of the Covid-19 crisis, as she tried to save the startup that she spent 10 years building. Plus, Zibby Owens, creator of the podcast, “Moms Don't Have Time To Read,” helps us broaden our reading horizons during lockdown. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
28/05/2034m 9s

8. How to Get What You Really Want in a Negotiation

Professor Alexandra Carter, director of Columbia Law School’s Mediation Clinic, explains how to overcome FOMO when negotiating for work and in everyday life. Plus, social media comedy sensation Matt Buechele (@mattbooshel) tells us how he’s creating viral internet comedy during the Covid-19 lockdown. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
21/05/2034m 29s

7. Bring Deep Focus to Working from Home

Caveday founders Jake Kahana, Jeremy Redleaf, and Molly Sonsteng explain how an experiment in productivity among friends became a startup that helps companies, teams, and individuals around the world reshape their work rituals to become more productive, focused, and engaged. Plus, Kate Eberle Walker, CEO of remote education company PresenceLearning, offers homeschooling tips for parents and kids. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
14/05/2035m 53s

6. How Chobani Wins in Business While Giving Back

Chobani President Peter McGuinness explains how the American food company’s actions outside the boardroom reflect the values of its founder and its employees, and how a commitment to doing good can drive innovation and market success. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
07/05/2032m 41s

5. Will FOMO Survive the Pandemic? (with Hello Monday’s Jessi Hempel)

Hello Monday host and LinkedIn Senior Editor at Large Jessi Hempel takes over as host for a day, interviewing Patrick about how he has explored the world to learn how FOMO and FOBO arise as a function of culture, social status, and even as our response to crisis, such as during the current Covid-19 pandemic. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
30/04/2031m 59s

4. Cultivating Resilience in a Pandemic

Yael Melamed, a psychotherapist and executive coach, explains how she cultivates spirituality, humor, and resilience in the face of adversity – lessons she learned from a wide-ranging career that started in business. Melamed says that tragedy and hardship can be powerful opportunities for personal growth. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
23/04/2031m 38s

3. Working from Home and Company Culture

Dan Schawbel, a future of work expert, breaks down the pressures that new technology trends have placed on human needs for community and bonding at work. He also explains how teams can communicate and collaborate effectively while working remotely. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
16/04/2032m 56s

2. Venture Capital During a Pandemic

Veteran venture capitalist Beth Ferreira compares and contrasts the economic challenges posed by Covid-19 with past economy-wide downturns. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
09/04/2032m 16s

1. FOMO Sapiens Goes to Sesame Street

Sesame Workshop’s President of Social Impact and Philanthropy, Sherrie Westin, shares her journey from the White House to ABC to Sesame Workshop. Along the way, she has learned to manage competing priorities in her work, which touches the lives of children across the globe. Westin's path has been unconventional. She's made choices that have given her the opportunity to work with U.S. President George H. W. Bush and Big Bird. In this episode, she explains how her wide-ranging professional experiences have been invaluable in pursuing Sesame's mission, as well as in making crucial professional choices that align with her values and vision for her life and her family. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
02/04/2033m 36s