The Prof G Pod with Scott Galloway

The Prof G Pod with Scott Galloway

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 the week on Saturdays with his Webby Award–winning newsletter, No Mercy / No Malice, as read by actor and raconteur George Hahn. To resist is futile…

The Prof G Pod with Scott Galloway

Thu Aug 24 2023

Conversation with Jennifer B. Wallace — What to Do About Toxic Achievement Culture

Toxic Achievement CultureParentingMental HealthInterdependenceEducation System

The episode discusses the toxic achievement culture and its impact on children, highlighting the excessive pressure put on students by high achieving schools. It emphasizes the importance of prioritizing children's well-being over academic achievements and explores the negative effects of social media on teenagers' mental health. The episode also delves into the challenges faced by parents in an uncertain world, including intensive parenting and the pressure to get into elite colleges. It emphasizes the need for healthy interdependence and deep relationships for resilience. The episode concludes by addressing the root causes of the crisis, such as societal values and a lack of universal mattering.

The Prof G Pod with Scott Galloway

Thu Aug 10 2023

Conversation with Carol Spahn — the Peace Corps and the Power of Service

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This episode covers various topics related to the Peace Corps, including its history, mission, impact, and challenges. It explores the role of Peace Corps volunteers, their experiences in different countries, and the metrics used to measure success. The demand for Peace Corps volunteers and the challenges in recruiting applicants are also discussed. Overall, the episode highlights the purpose, meaning, and connection that can be found through service in the Peace Corps.

The Prof G Pod with Scott Galloway

Wed Aug 09 2023

Office Hours: Allocating Your Small Business’s Revenue, Would Scott Ever Run for Public Office? and Finding Your Purpose

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This episode covers topics such as skincare, insurance denial, business scaling, running for public office, and finding identity and purpose in life.

The Prof G Pod with Scott Galloway

Mon Aug 07 2023

Prof G Markets: Jerome Powell, Disinflation, and Gauging the Recession Threat — with Catherine Rampell

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This episode covers various topics including compliance automation, insurance coverage denial, golden retriever breed anniversary, Fed rate hiking campaign, economic impact of rate hikes and inflation, resilience of real estate market, predictions on inflation and market response, potential risks to the US economy, and long-term challenges to the US economy.

The Prof G Pod with Scott Galloway

Sat Aug 05 2023

No Mercy / No Malice: Trump and Math

Hip-HopBritney SpearsTrumpPlea DealPrison Risk

The episode covers various topics including the celebration of hip-hop in New York City, the Britney Spears conspiracy theory, the likelihood of Trump withdrawing from the race, the potential plea deal for Trump, the threat of prison for Trump, indictments against Trump, the risk of Trump going to jail, conviction rates and sentences, obstacles in prosecuting Trump, Trump's odds of exoneration, get-out-of-jail cards for Trump, Trump's political power and potential plea deal, Trump's prospects in the general election, challenges faced by the GOP, demographic changes and Democratic gains, Biden's prospects in key states, economic factors and Trump's chances, Trump's leverage and potential plea deal, the deal decision for Trump, potential plea deal for Trump, seeking accountability and moving on, and the power of actions and justice.

The Prof G Pod with Scott Galloway

Thu Aug 03 2023

Conversation with Rutger Bregman — Human Nature, Power Dynamics, and UBI

Britney SpearsHuman selfishnessFriendlinessUniversal Basic IncomeSocial inequality

The episode covers various topics including Britney Spears' speculated replacement with AI or clone, challenges to the belief in human selfishness, friendliness and human evolution, universal basic income and social inequality, social inequality and factors impacting success, crackdown on tax paradises and moral compass, and Rucker Braggman's background as a Dutch historian and author.

The Prof G Pod with Scott Galloway

Wed Aug 02 2023

Office Hours: Digital Accessibility, Do I Need to Be Wealthy to Invest in Sports Teams? and How to Cultivate Your Personal Brand

Biori ClothingInsurance CoverageProp 2 PodsAccessibility in TechnologyConflict Resolution

This episode covers topics such as support for Biori Clothing, issues with insurance coverage, Prop 2 Pods office hours, the importance of accessibility in technology and digital products, innovative solutions for conflict resolution, improving accessibility, opportunities in sports team investments, and cultivating a personal brand.

The Prof G Pod with Scott Galloway

Mon Jul 31 2023

Prof G Markets: Twitter’s Rebrand to X, Mattel’s IP Playbook, and What’s Next for Snap

Compliance automationInsurance coverage denialSorority recruitment consultantsTwitter rebrandMarket review

Support for PropG comes from Vanta. Insurance company's pharmacy benefit manager denies coverage. Parents paying sorority recruitment consultants. Twitter's disastrous rebrand and market updates. Market review and headlines. Minimum wage and the WGA strike. Federal Reserve and the Goldilocks economy. Barbie movie success and Snap's mixed results.

The Prof G Pod with Scott Galloway

Sat Jul 29 2023

No Mercy / No Malice: Frenemies

Country radioHollywood studiosBig TechAIPublishing industry

The episode discusses the lack of diversity in country radio, the threat of Big Tech AI to Hollywood studios, the dominance of Big Tech companies in Hollywood, compensation and IP protection for writers and actors, the impact of Google and Facebook on the publishing industry, tech's influence on retail, filmmaking, and music, defending characters, stories, icons, and brands in the entertainment industry, legal actions and lobbying for IP protection, recognizing Big Tech as the real nemesis, and the impact of familiarity and dysfunction on happiness.

The Prof G Pod with Scott Galloway

Thu Jul 27 2023

Private Equity’s Impact on the Economy — with Gretchen Morgenson

TherapyBrandingWealth InequalityPrivate EquityJournalism

This episode covers a range of topics including therapy, branding success, wealth inequality, private equity's impact on healthcare, the dark side of private equity, journalism, finance, and masculinity. It explores the power of therapy and automation, Elon Musk's ventures and branding success, the consequences of wealth inequality, the challenges faced by private equity in healthcare, the unsustainable nature of the private equity business model, the outrageous aspects of the carry interest loophole, the decline of journalism and rise of PR, and insights on masculinity and protection. The episode concludes with a discussion on Gretchen Morgensen's latest book and the importance of fearless investigative journalism.

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