Woody Brock argues that solutions to our current economic problems require enactment of constructive policies that allow “true” capitalism to flourish even as they incorporate social policies that help those who truly need it in his book American Gridlock.
John Taylor is a Stanford University professor who has been an adviser to presidents. We discuss his First Principles of how to restore America to prosperity.
Susan Cain is the world’s quietest, most thoughtful former corporate lawyer—not at all what you’d expect a corporate lawyer to be. We discuss the power of introverts in a world that can’t stop talking from her book Quiet.
Lori Andrews is a law professor, a public interest lawyer and mystery novelist. We discuss how individuals’ rights are being violated by social networks and the Web and the need for a Constitution
Peter Bregman is one of the country’s top leadership coaches to corporate CEOs. He’s distilled his knowledge on concentration and execution into a simple system. We discuss that system in his book 18 Minutes: Find Your Focus, Master Distraction, and Get the Right Things Done.
Professor Lisa Randall is on Time Magazine’s 2007 list of the 100 Most Influential People of 2007. She’s one of the country’s preeminent physicists and we discuss her latest book Knocking on Heaven’s Door.