Scott Galloway is a marketing professor at NYU Stern School of Business and an entrepreneur. He’s started nine companies and recently sold his last company, L2, to the research firm Gartner. Scott is a thought leader at the intersection of technology, business and politics. He’s often seen on CNBC and various media outlets. He currently ho-hosts the Pivot podcast with Kara Swisher.
Scott has published two books. His most recent is titled The Algebra of Happiness which is focuses on life advice ranging from love, family, and business. Scott released a YouTube video with the same title that went viral and earned over one million views in the first ten days of release.
In this episode we discuss:
-Why some people with all the resources fail to lead a meaningful life
-The number one thing in a person's life that can predict unhappiness
-The two most significant attributes of entrepreneurs
-Why nothing truly great will happen unless you take risks
-Whether or not you should go to business school and more..
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