WorkLife with Adam Grant
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Thanks a bunch. hilarious and life_changing at the same time.
from a woman who created a toxic work environment at Barnard College......
Wonderful episode. Thanks.
This episode was fantastic! Thank you!
worst episode ever. i fall sleep during the episode. and i was changing the volume constantly, adam speaks loud and yo-yo speaks as low as possible. i couldn't focus on the content because of yo-yo's voice
I loved this episode, you taught us vital points about criticism. Thanks a bunch for your time and effort in making this.
So So Sooo REFRESHING to hear respectful disagreement among smart people disagreeing without defensive anger or personal attacks. Very rare in the world today but extremely needed; humble confidence and personal reflection with a huge dose empathy and respectful discourse. Beautiful
what a great episode
I have been accused of being an "early-quitter," which I do not regret at all. I strongly believe that we should firstly evaluate our job with our personal mission in life. Sometimes it is worth it to go through some difficult jobs, in order to take huge steps towards our personal life goals. With the perspective of 5, 10, and 20 years, even the largest companies play a pretty small role in our life.
Awesome (2-part) interview with Indra Nooyi. she comes across as a very inspiring and tremendous leader.
always great topics and guidance.
I can't describe how much i love your podcasts , the subject , the kund of question you ask from your guests ..... its all are incredible
I have fallen in love with your podcast. What I like about it is the interesting structure based on which you make an episode. Plus, it is so informative. I am from Iran :).
Did I just hear a fortune 500 person telling me, a gardener, of very basic values which i already know, on how to navigate adult life and society.
this is amazing! esther perel is awsome♥️