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I did a fireside chat with the Folks over at X, Google’s innovation hub on why quitters win. Posting it here and hope you enjoy!
Q&A with Matt Abrahams, lecturer at Stanford Graduate School of Business, author of Think Faster, Talk Smarter
Being put on the spot at work fills a lot of us with dread. How to turn these scary situations into opportunities to shine.
Ask me anything, share what’s on your mind. Let’s start a spooky discussion about decision making (or anything else!)
Q&A with Jay Van Bavel, NYU psychologist, author, and leading research scientist on the effects of group identities, values, and beliefs, especially in politics
I was first introduced to Dani Saveker’s work when I published Thinking in Bets. She produces beautiful visual synopses of inspiring content. I was so honored she felt Thinking in Bets was worthy of her attention. This week she shared with me this captivating visual synopsis of
A wide-ranging conversation with Steven Pinker
People with an intermediate understanding of science are prone to a menacing combination of overconfidence and anti-science attitudes.
Zoom link for Today’s AMA below