Dr. Paul Hammerness and Coach Meg Moore are a Harvard medical doctor and an executive wellness coach, respectively. Together, they get to the root cause of the clutter in our lives from their book Organize Your Mind, Organize Your Life.
Guests include Jane Leavy discussing Mickey Mantle, Anne Balaban explaining why New Year’s Resolutions are futile and Dr. Kimberly Alyn helping us overcome gender stereotypes.
Beverley Staunton nearly gave up on her singing career until a phone call landed her an audition to be a singer on Dancing with the Stars. From there, her career has skyrocketed. We discuss her latest CD, appropriately named Everything Changes.
Warren Evans is a professional futurist who uses a “trend blending” methodology to produce stunningly accurate predictions of the future. We examine future trends and the resulting management strategies successful businesses are employing.
Michael Raynor is a director at one of the world’s largest consultancies. He’s also a co-author with Clayton Christensen on The Innovator’s series of book. We discuss guidelines to be more innovative from his latest book, The Innovator’s Manifesto.
James Howard Kunstler has strong feelings about energy overuse and brings his thinking to its logical extreme to make a point about society.
He is best known for his books The Geography of Nowhere, a history of American suburbia and urban development, and the more recent The Long Emergency , where he argues that declining oil production is likely to result in the end of industrialized society as we know it and force Americans to live in smaller-scale, localized, agrarian (or semi-agrarian) communities.
He has written science fiction related to suburbia, urban development, and the challenges of what he calls “the global oil predicament.” His latest fiction book, The Witch of Hebron, is based on his groundbreaking work in The Long Emergency.