Adrift: 100 Charts that Reveal Why America is on the Brink of Change
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And while this Blink is primarily a look at a superpower facing existential challenges, it also offers important insights and advice on a range of topics from the necessity of openness to new ideas to the benefits of risk and the value of strong community connections. HARI SREENIVASAN, INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENT: Christiane, thanks. Scott Galloway, thanks again for joining us. My favorite kind of book, lots of pictures, lots of graphs, lots of charts. This is called “Adrift.” First of all, what’s the title about? The first time I read this book I came away with the impression that Galloway misused data to tell a
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From New York Times Bestselling author Scott Galloway comes an urgent examination of the future of America and the reasons behind its current social and economic crisis McLean, Bethany. "Philip and Lisa Maria Falcone: Falcone Quest". The Hive . Retrieved March 23, 2017. On September 28, 2021, CNN announced that Galloway would be a host on its CNN+ streaming platform, though the platform went off the air shortly after launching.  Lots of those things are important, and some might even relate to his argument (which, once again, is: institutions creating competition and protecting the middle class from the excesses of unrestricted competition--"ruthless capitalism"--have both atrophied). The problem is, when it gets to the details, Galloway isn't particularly clear or focused.
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SREENIVASAN: So, how we do change our own focus here? It’s kind of both a supply and demand side question, I guess. The people who are creating the news and information for others to see. How do you change their focus on saying, you need to be paying attention to bigger picture things and not just the shiny object? And at the same time, how do we change our expectations where, you know, our most pressing question is not who Trevor Noah is or not dating?For you, those wise choices may include focusing on community connections, ensuring you and your children have the education they need, embracing risk and new opportunity, and learning to be smart about the tech companies trying to influence you.
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Oh, one more thing. Galloway is a frequent guest on CNN's "Smerconish,” and you (and better yet, your high school children) should watch the below to see him explaining why it is utter bullshit for celebrity commencement speakers to encourage graduates to follow their "passions." Insightful, important stuff to share with your kids...God, I'm in awe of smart people, even if more often than not these days they just depress the hell out of me... Scott Galloway is Professor of Marketing at NYU Stern School of Business and a serial entrepreneur. He is the bestselling author of Post Corona, The Four, and The Algebra of Happiness and has served on the boards of directors of the New York Times Company, Urban Outfitters, and Berkeley’s Haas School of Business. His Prof G and Pivot podcasts, No Mercy No Malice blog, and Prof G YouTube channel reach millions. In 2019, Scott founded Section4, an online education platform for working professionals where he teaches business strategy: section4.com. Class of 1999" (PDF). World Economic Forum. Archived from the original (PDF) on September 14, 2014.Galloway self-describes as an atheist.  He advises his students not to follow their passion, but to follow their talent.  In popular culture [ edit ] We also turn founders like Steve Jobs and Elon Musk into cult figures. But their large followings can distract from the actual health of their companies. Also, instead of clear communication about value, some companies indulge in outlandish yogababble – vague pronouncements about how they’re selling a lifestyle or feeling. Or they overpromise, sliding into aspirational claims about what they’re eventually going to achieve.