Gretchen Rubin

Gretchen Rubin is an American author, blogger, and speaker.  She writes on subjects of habits, happiness, and human nature, with multiple New York Times bestsellers like Better Than Before, Happier at Home, and The Happiness Project.  She and long time friend Zachary Karabell sit down to discuss her latest book, what she's learned from studying human nature and of course, what could go right?

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Philip Bobbitt

Philip Bobbitt has had a decorated career as author, lawyer, educator, and leader. Beyond high level stints in the government as well as universities such as UT-Austin and Columbia, he's also found time to write deeply researched books taking ideas of great thinkers and connecting them to present day. Zachary and Philip sit down to discuss the current political landscape, how to deal with terrorism, and where we are in the cycles of history.
 

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Chris Schroeder

Entrepreneur, Advisor, Author, CEO, board member and one of the more decent people you’ll ever meet, Chris is what Zachary calls 'an unusual soul'. After advising companies and launching his own as a founder, he's established himself as a key voice in the Middle East startup world. Listen as Chris describes his micro and macro observations around the massive untapped potential of one of the more divisive and least understood regions of our world.
 

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Ian Bremmer

Founder and CEO of the Eurasia Group, Stanford Ph.D., columnist for Time and author of countless books, Ian Bremmer dives in with Zachary on what America First means for America, for the rest of the world, and for the future. They also discuss how the current political turmoil in the United States could unfold. A leader in economic, political, and geopolitical strategy, Bremmer is ever-provocative and always illuminating. This talk should not be missed.
 

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Linda Rottenberg

Everyone talks about the power of the network. Linda Rottenberg lives it. As CEO and co-founder of Endeavor, she energizes a global network of entrepreneurs. She is a hub surrounded by thousands of entrepreneurial spokes changing the world. In addition to sharing why she was given the title 'la chica loca' when Endeavor first launched, Linda discusses with Zachary how to support emerging market founders, the power of mentorship, and Silicon Valley's quest to make death an option rather than a certainty.
 

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