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The Prof G Pod with Scott Galloway

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Bestselling author, professor and entrepreneur Scott Galloway combines business insight and analysis with provocative life and career advice. On Mondays, Prof G Markets breaks down what’s moving the capital markets, teaching the basics of financial literacy so you can build economic security. Wednesdays, during Office Hours, Scott answers your questions about business, career, and life. Thursdays, Scott has a conversation with a blue-flame thinker in the innovation economy. And Scott closes ...
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As read by George Hahn. https://www.profgalloway.com/war-on-the-young/ Subscribe to No Mercy / No Malice Pre-order "The Algebra of Wealth," out April 23rd Follow the podcast across socials @profgpod: Instagram Threads X Reddit Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesPor Vox Media Podcast Network
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Cal Newport, a professor of computer science at Georgetown University and bestselling author, joins Scott to discuss productivity, the importance of work-life balance, and the disruption of AI on work. Learn more about Cal here, and his book, “Slow Productivity: The Lost Art of Accomplishment Without Burnout.” Scott opens with his thoughts on story…
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Scott gives his thoughts on why he thinks nuclear energy is the future. He then speaks about the advertising sector, specifically the shift from the brand era to the supply chain era. He wraps up with book recommendations to a listener looking to fill his summer reading list. Music: https://www.davidcuttermusic.com / @dcuttermusic Subscribe to No M…
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Scott shares his thoughts on the latest financial figures from ByteDance and discusses if he would buy shares on the secondary market. He then takes a look at a platform for trading on event outcomes that just attracted a big market maker. Finally, Scott and Ed discuss one of the largest deals in YouTube history, and what it says about the creator …
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Jared Cohen, the President of Global Affairs at Goldman Sachs and bestselling author of six books, joins Scott to discuss all sorts of topics including his research on past Presidents, geopolitical trends, and the global economy. Follow Jared on X, @JaredCohen. Scott opens with his thoughts on his time as an activist investor. Algebra of Happiness:…
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In today’s episode, we kick off our special 3-part series where we’ll be answering your questions about the Future of Work. Today is all about time management, knowing when to fire people, and why young people should choose the office over remote work. We first hear from a CEO who is struggling with work-life balance and managing difficult legacy e…
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Scott shares how he allocates his investment portfolio between asset classes. He explains how he gains access to certain investment opportunities, and why he can take greater risks than most people. He also shares his biggest losses from the past year, and his biggest wins. Pre-order "The Algebra of Wealth" out April 23rd Subscribe to No Mercy / No…
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Ed speaks with Dilip Rao, co-founder and CEO of Sharebite, a corporate meal benefits platform. They discuss Dilip’s inspiration for founding the company, including his personal experience with food insecurity and a near death experience that motivated him to lead a more purposeful life. Follow the podcast across socials @profgpod: Instagram Threads…
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Fareed Zakaria, the host of CNN’s flagship international affairs show, Fareed Zakaria GPS, joins Scott to discuss his latest book, “Age of Revolutions: Progress and Backlash from 1600 to the Present.” We hear why the Industrial Revolution was the most transformative in our nation’s history, and get an update on geopolitics as a whole. Follow Fareed…
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Scott gives his thoughts on Beijing’s recent $78 billion fraud accusation against China real estate giant Evergrande. He then advises a listener who is making a career change after serving in the military. He wraps up with recommendations on how to teach your kids about money and investing in an engaging way. Music: https://www.davidcuttermusic.com…
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Scott and Ed break down Truth Social’s first couple days on the public market and question how Trump might cash out of his shares. Scott then takes a look at a report that reveals how ineffective corporate diversity, equity, and inclusion programs can be. Finally, Scott discusses the work of Daniel Kahneman, a Nobel Prize winning economist who grea…
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Jonathan Haidt, a professor of ethical leadership and bestselling author, joins Scott to discuss his latest book, “The Anxious Generation: How The Great Rewiring Of Childhood Is Causing An Epidemic Of Mental Illness.” We hear about how nations have ended up in this situation and the reforms he’s outlined for leaders and parents. Follow Jonathan on …
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Scott gives his thoughts on the new rules for real estate commissions, set upon by a landmark legal settlement. He then discusses the importance of voting, specifically how he thinks our elections would be affected if more Americans living abroad sent in their ballots. He wraps up with a conversation on how to be a good son. Music: https://www.davi…
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Scott breaks down why he bought shares in Reddit’s IPO and what he thinks its first day pop means for the IPO market. He then takes a look at Mustafa Suleyman’s controversial move from Inflection AI to Microsoft. Finally, he explains why Calpers is increasing its investments in private equity — the best performing asset class of the past decade — a…
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Verity Harding, a globally recognized expert in AI, technology, and public policy, joins Scott to discuss her debut book, “AI Needs You: How We Can Change AI’s Future and Save Our Own.” We learn what history can teach us about the current hype cycle, and how you can best engage with this transformative technology. Follow Verity on X, @verityharding…
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Scott gives his thoughts on the recent ransomware attack causing chaos in the healthcare industry. He then discusses JKBX, a startup aiming to “democratize” music investing and whether it is a good new investment vehicle. He wraps up with advice on how to deliver compelling presentations. Music: https://www.davidcuttermusic.com / @dcuttermusic Lear…
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Scott shares the most impactful parts of his recent (and totally unrelated to the markets) ketamine trip. Then George Ferguson, senior Aerospace, Defense, and Airline analyst for Bloomberg Intelligence, joins the show to break down what Boeing’s crisis means for the future of the company and its competitors. Finally, Scott and Ed take a look at an …
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Jessica Tarlov, a co-host on The Five, Fox’s weeknight news program, joins Scott to discuss how to think about the U.S. presidential race, specifically from a strategic perspective on both sides of the aisle. Follow Jessica on X, @JessicaTarlov. Scott opens with his thoughts on the potential TikTok ban. Algebra of Happiness: Scott’s ketamine trip r…
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Scott gives his thoughts on the creator economy, specifically the tension that exists between social media and old media and what the future holds for the sector. He then advises a single mother who wants to move on from her small business. He wraps up with a conversation on his personal growth habits and where he gets his information. Music: https…
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Live from SXSW at Atlassian’s Austin office, Scott and Ed break down Nelson Peltz’s white paper on Disney and the dangers of a proxy fight. They also discuss the latest TikTok ban and Scott explains why he thinks this one will work. Finally, they address the big question: given the tremendous AI-driven market rally, are we in a bubble? Learn more a…
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Arthur Brooks, a professor at Harvard University and the co-author of “Build the Life You Want: The Art and Science of Getting Happier,” joins Scott to discuss the state of happiness in the US, how to improve your own happiness, and the role religion or some other spiritual means play in one’s life. Scott opens with his thoughts on Elon Musk and hi…
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Scott gives his thoughts on whether the athleisure brand Vuori is a good stock pick ahead of its supposed upcoming IPO. He then talks about one of his stock picks of 2024, Disney, and why he believes it’s heading in the right direction. He wraps up with a conversation on how to set your kids up for success, especially when it comes to supporting th…
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Scott shares his thoughts on what might have been the final nail in the coffin for the decade-long effort to build an Apple car. He also discusses what it means for Shein to explore an IPO in the UK instead of the U.S., and explains why he’d still like to invest in the company. Finally, he and Ed take a look at a group of stocks in Europe garnering…
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Ed speaks with Gabe Stengel, Co-founder and CEO of Rogo, about the potential for AI to disrupt the banking sector. They also discuss Gabe’s experience pitching his financial services AI company to VCs, the importance of willpower, and how he finds balance between work and his personal life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com…
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David Leonhardt, a senior writer at The New York Times, where he writes “The Morning” newsletter, joins Scott to discuss themes from his book, “Ours Was the Shining Future: The Story of the American Dream.” We hear about the state of the US economy, investments that could fuel economic growth, and how the political parties have contributed to a dec…
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Scott gives his unfiltered thoughts on executive education programs, specifically why he believes they’re not worth it. He then speaks about the “He Gets Us” campaign, which recently featured two ads during the Super Bowl. He wraps up with advice to a listener whose coworker yells in meetings, saying that while yelling is inappropriate in most work…
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Scott discusses what’s unique about Reddit’s upcoming IPO and shares his thoughts on its $60 million AI content licensing deal with Google. We also break down Capital One’s acquisition of Discover, and Scott makes a prediction around whether or not it will be approved. Finally, Scott and Ed take a look at Nvidia’s supreme impact on the global marke…
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Bradley Tusk, a venture capitalist, political strategist, philanthropist, and writer, joins Scott to discuss the current state of venture capital, the upcoming presidential election, and his novel Obvious in Hindsight – which is a satirical look at how capitalism, politics, and entrepreneurship intersect. Scott opens with his thoughts on concentrat…
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Scott gives his thoughts on when to sell investments, specifically the variables one should consider such as portfolio analysis, taxes and diversification. He then offers advice to a listener who is wondering whether to take venture capital money to grow a consulting business. Scott wraps up with a conversation on his book-writing career, breaking …
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Scott breaks down why Airbnb’s stock fell despite strong earnings, and explains why he’s considering selling some of his largest holding. He then discusses Lyft’s earnings report typo and shares a similar personal story. Finally, he takes a look at Arm’s stock and questions whether its rally is owed to AI hype or AI washing. Learn more about your a…
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Admiral James Stavridis, a retired four-star U.S. naval officer and author of more than a dozen books, joins Scott to discuss the state of global affairs, the culture of the US’s armed forces, and how to approach national fragmentation. Follow the Admiral on X, @stavridisj. Scott opens with his thoughts on gambling. Algebra of Happiness: teaching y…
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Scott gives his thoughts on when a founder CEO should step down, speaking to why most CEOs are not Steve Jobs or Bill Gates. He then offers advice to a listener on setting boundaries at work to maintain a successful romantic relationship. He wraps up with more advice to a listener who is facing two paths – join the family business or forge a new ca…
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Aswath Damodaran returns to the show to discuss the Magnificent Seven and how to look under the radar for the next generation of big companies. He breaks down the consolidating streaming industry and explains why he’s never owned Netflix. He also shares why he recently added Tesla to his portfolio, and why he calls it his corporate teenager. Finall…
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Lakshmi Rengarajan, a leading researcher on dating and the host of the Later Dater Today podcast, joins Scott to discuss the trends around dating for both old and young people, the importance of “striving,” and how dating apps bring out the worst side of us when it comes to finding potential partners. Scott opens with his thoughts on Meta’s stagger…
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Scott gives his thoughts on job-hopping, speaking to why you should be loyal to people and not organizations. He then offers advice to a new dad wondering how much paternity leave to take, saying that life is a series of tradeoffs. He wraps up with more advice, to a dad whose son wants to leave university early for his entrepreneurial endeavors. Mu…
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Scott shares his thoughts on Byron Allen’s $14.3 billion offer to buy Paramount, and identifies who would be a better acquirer. He also breaks down the latest earnings from luxury powerhouse LVMH, explains why its stock has underperformed, and discusses the problems with family businesses. Finally, he takes a look at the outcome of the shareholder …
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Ed speaks with Caroline Spiegel, founder and CEO of Quinn, an app for listening to audio erotica. They discuss what differentiates her company from existing adult content sites like Pornhub and OnlyFans, what it's like to raise money for a company that VCs might not take seriously, and how to get over embarrassment as a founder. Learn more about yo…
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Dan Ariely, a professor of psychology and behavioral economics at Duke University, joins Scott to discuss what makes rational people believe seemingly irrational things. He also shares how we avoid certain facts when we don’t like the solution, as well as how a lack of trust in one area can spiral into others. Follow Professor Ariely on X, @danarie…
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Scott gives his thoughts on companies offering cash in lieu of healthcare benefits, speaking to why he likes it and why he doesn’t have health insurance. He then offers tips on how younger people can accrue wealth, including living a stoic lifestyle, diversification, and selecting the right life partner. He wraps up with a breakdown of how he prior…
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