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The Prof G Pod with Scott Galloway

A weekly Business podcast featuring Scott Galloway
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Episodes of The Prof G Pod

Scott answers a question about how Trader Joe’s has been able to succeed without offering delivery or online shopping. He then shares his thoughts on why telehealth stocks have crashed back to earth after enormous highs, and offers advice to so
Stig Leschly, the CEO and Founder of College101, an issue advocacy organization focused on US higher education, joins Scott to discuss a variety of issues surrounding higher ed, including the cartel-like price-fixing we see, the low admission r
Ian Bremmer, a political scientist who is focused on the business of geopolitics, joins Scott for a discussion about what he and his firm Eurasia Group believe will be the top geopolitical risks to play out this year.  Scott opens with his thou
Scott answers a question about platforms like Decentraland and Sandbox, where users can buy and sell virtual land as NFTs. He then shares his thoughts on how to address the negative externalities of scaling industries, offers advice on how to b
Scott discusses his predictions for the year ahead and reviews the ones he got right and wrong in 2021.  Scott also shares his thoughts on Apple’s big milestone of reaching a $3 trillion valuation.  Algebra of Happiness: stay in touch.  Learn m
For our final episode of the year, we hear Scott read an excerpt from his National Bestseller, “The Algebra of Happiness.” He shares stories of his family, overcoming his imposter syndrome, and finding his voice.  Audio excerpted courtesy Pengu
Ryan Breslow, the founder and CEO of Bolt — a technology company that has raised more than $600 million and 18x’d its valuation in 18 months, joins Scott to discuss scaling the company, fundraising, and his approach to company culture. Follow R
Nuseir Yassin, the host of the Nas Daily vlog and the CEO of Nas Academy, joins Scott to discuss the state of play in the creator economy. We hear about Nuseir’s path to building an online following of more than 40 million people, his thoughts
Scott answers a question on how Apple could differentiate from Tesla and Rivian with its Apple Car, and predicts what it will mean for the company’s valuation. He then shares his thoughts on the University of Austin’s controversial launch and o
Dr. Sanjay Gupta, CNN’s chief medical correspondent, joins Scott for a conversation about his latest book, “World War C: Lessons from the COVID-19 Pandemic and How to Prepare for the Next One.” We hear Dr. Gupta’s insights on how wealthier and
Ronan Levy, the co-founder and executive chairman of Field Trip Health, joins Scott to discuss the state of play in the legalized psychedelics space. He also answers listener questions on the possible negative externalities of the industry unde
Bryan Salesky, the founder and CEO of Argo AI, joins Scott to discuss the state of play in the self-driving vehicle space. Bryan tells us about the miles his company is automating, as well as what the industry’s barriers and opportunities are. 
Scott answers a question on how Rivian priced its shares for the biggest IPO of the year. He then offers his thoughts on the future of the apparel industry and gives advice to someone who no longer sees the point in working for an ad agency.  
Kat Cole, an angel investor and master of franchising, joins the pod to discuss the state of play in the restaurant and retail industry, her investment strategy, and why she’s excited about NFTs. She also shares her path from serving as a hoste
Scott answers a question on Peloton’s recent collapse in value and explains why it’s the perfect opportunity for Nike or Apple to acquire the company. He then shares why he likes to invest in the picks-and-shovels of booming industries and offe
Mike Novogratz, the founder and CEO of Galaxy Digital, an investment firm focused on cryptocurrencies, blockchain technology, and digital assets, joins Scott to give us a macro view of the crypto space. He tells us about the various use cases o
Scott answers a question on verticalization within the grocery delivery market and explains why there’s power in controlling access to the consumer. He also offers advice to a start-up founder on when to add more members to a board of directors
Liz Ann Sonders, the Chief Investment Strategist at Charles Schwab, joins Scott to discuss the stock market as it relates to the US’s current economic cycle, meme stock investors, and stimulus spending. Liz Ann also shares how to think about in
Scott answers a question about companies that buy up small third-party sellers on Amazon’s marketplace. He then explains why he thinks businesses should take money out of marketing and put it into the product itself. Scott also discusses the im
Ian Bremmer, the president and founder of Eurasia Group and GZERO Media, joins Scott for a conversation about the United States' global position, how to think about the nation’s relationship with China and Russia, and why he believes no country
Scott answers a question about Volvo’s subscription service and offers a prediction for where the auto industry is headed. He then explains how ‘buy now, pay later' services deceive customers into debt, and gives advice for how to approach leav
Meredith Broussard, a data journalist, associate professor at NYU, and the author of, “Artificial Unintelligence: How Computers Misunderstand the World,” joins Scott to discuss the state of play regarding AI, AI bias, and ethical uses of AI.  S
Scott answers a question about whether On Running is a good long-term investment after its recent IPO. He then shares his thoughts on how legacy banks can keep up in an increasingly digitized financial system, and why universities with big bran
Mark Cuban, the serial entrepreneur and investor, joins Scott to discuss Bitcoin, Ethereum, use-cases for digital assets, and where SEC regulations might come in. Mark also shares why he’s bullish on AI, offers his thoughts on stimulus spending
Scott answers a question about Google and Apple’s decision to take down a Russian voting app. He then explains why finding a niche to serve is crucial to competing against industry Goliaths as a small company. Scott also offers advice to an exp
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