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Rich Karlgaard

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Review Book - Nở Muộn – Rich Karlgaard

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32mins

12 Sep 2021

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Dr Diane Hamilton Show - Rich Karlgaard

AMFM247 Broadcasting Network

Rich Karlgaard is Publisher and Futurist of Forbes Media. His writing is known for its keen assessment of technology, economic, business and leadership issues. He is a regular commentator on the Fox Business channel, a speaker and panel moderator at business events, and a Silicon Valley investor and advisory board member. He is the author of multiple book including his latest, Late Bloomers: The Power of Patience in a World Obsessed with Early Achievement.

1hr

17 May 2021

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SPOTLIGHT: The Hidden Power of Late Bloomers with Rich Karlgaard

The Gartner Talent Angle

*This spotlight is an excerpt from our 2019 interview. A self-proclaimed late bloomer, Rich peaked later in life, never letting his mediocre academic grades at Stanford stop him from discovering his passions and future career path. Listen to Forbes Editor Rich Karlgaard discuss the unique strengths of late bloomers in today’s fast-changing world.

18mins

6 Oct 2020

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My Biggest Takeaways from Rich Karlgaard's book Late Bloomers.

Improve and Have Fun

On this episode I discuss my biggest takeaways from Rich Karlgaard's book Late Bloomers.   Lessons ranging from quitting, tenacity, and calmness. Find out more about Mr. Karlgaard's book here(this is an affiliate link) https://amzn.to/33vv2Ic Thoughts? Comments? Do so on the blog here https://bit.ly/30ymJJQ ...Or you can contact me by calling, texting or through WhatsApp 1-201-472-0429. If you leave a voicemail please be aware, you only have 3 minutes. This is a US number. Or Email me at improveandhavefun@gmail.com Rate, like, leave a review! I will shout you out for sure! If you've enjoyed this, please support this podcast by doing any, all your shopping through my affiliate links: my eBay link: EBAY http://ebay.to/2e5mvmj or my AMAZON link: http://amzn.to/2dRu3IM or DONATE here https://bit.ly/2LD1mwy Shop my Teepublic store. Click here  https://www.teepublic.com/user/pvpfromnj 

5mins

5 Oct 2020

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Dr Diane Hamilton Show - Rich Karlgaard

AMFM247 Broadcasting Network

Rich Karlgaard is Publisher and Futurist of Forbes Media. His writing is known for its keen assessment of technology, economic, business and leadership issues. He is a regular commentator on the Fox Business channel, a speaker and panel moderator at business events, and a Silicon Valley investor and advisory board member. He is the author of multiple book including his latest, Late Bloomers: The Power of Patience in a World Obsessed with Early Achievement.

1hr 2mins

25 Sep 2020

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N4L 154: "Late Bloomers" by Rich Karlgaard

Nonfiction4Life

Giving hope to the average achiever, Rich Karlgaard shares his latest book, "Late Bloomers: The Power of Patience in a World Obsessed with Early Achievement." He observes, “We’ve created a new system of snobbery based on IQ scores and elite university degrees. To mitigate this crisis, we must stop excessively glorifying precocious achievement and seeing human development as a ‘fast track’ on ramp for early success. Not only is it unjust to the majority of us, it’s profoundly inhumane.” Why? Because “it ignores the natural-born gifts that we all possess. It cuts off paths of discovery for our more latent or later-blooming gifts and passions. It trivializes the value of character, experience, empathy, wisdom, reliability, tenacity, and a host of other admirable qualities that make us successful and fulfilled. And it undercuts the majority of us who are potential late bloomers.” Karlgaard warns, “We are in danger of losing a valuable narrative about our lives: that we are capable of blooming at any age and in any stage of our lives.” KEYS FOR ENCOURAGING BLOOMING (at any age) Don’t buy into the national obsession with high IQ/SAT/ACT test scores. Nurture curiosity. Resist fast-tracking. Encourage gap years. Give self-doubt a name; consider it a superpower. Learn to reframe using positive self-talk. Embrace opportunities to fail. KEY QUOTES FROM KARLGAARD Why the push for early achievement? “In the past, success was not about becoming rich or famous, or about achieving as much as possible as early as possible. Rather, it was about having the opportunity to live to our fullest potential. It was about being appreciated for who we are as individuals. But that’s been corrupted by the Wunderkind Ideal and our obsession with testing, ranking, and sorting young adults; by our cultural fascination with youth, particularly youthful über-achievement; and by an increasingly algorithmic economy that rewards raw synaptic speed instead of experience and wisdom.” What are the dangers of forcing early achievement? “We’re not wrong to recognize and congratulate early bloomers. Their achievements deserve acknowledgement. But our culture’s obsession with early achievement has become detrimental to the majority of the population—to the multitudes of us who develop in different ways and at different paces. It pushes the message that if you haven’t become famous, reinvented an industry, or banked seven figures while you’re still young enough to get carded, you’ve somehow made a wrong turn in life. This message, I believe, is far more dangerous than most people realize.” “By forcing adolescents to practice like professionals, to strive for perfection, and to make life choices in their teens (or earlier), we’re actually harming them. We’re stunting their development, closing their pathways to discovery, and making them more fragile. Just when we should be encouraging kids to dream big, take risks, and learn from life’s inevitable failures, we’re teaching them to live in terror of making the slightest mistake. Forging kids into wunderkinds is making them brittle.” “Early bloomers enjoy many advantages in affluent societies. But one huge disadvantage they face is that by dint of their youth and accomplishments, they give themselves credit for their success, more than the rest of us do.” Why do most bloom late? “Truth is, many factors can slow our blooming early in life, including delayed physical or neurological development, early childhood trauma, nonstandard learning styles, socioeconomic status, geographical restrictions, illness, addiction, career turbulence—even plain bad luck. Many of us, growing up, are unable to reach our full potential at school—and therefore fall short of our university and professional potential—because we’re fed negative messages about our learning abilities.” “All of us know someone, care about someone, or love someone who seems stuck in life. The critical thing to remember is—we cannot give up on ourselves, or on others, even (and especially) if society has made it harder to catch up.” When do people tend to bloom? “A parent might jump back into the workforce after a decade of child-rearing, feeling ten years behind but being ten years wiser. Or a retiree might find a deeper meaning in life by finally pursuing a childhood dream or mentoring others. Late-blooming can happen at any age, and it can happen more than once in a person’s lifetime.” “Every person needs to have the chance—multiple chances, really—to follow their unique timeline of evolving brains, talents, and passions.” What are some characteristics of late bloomers? “Many late bloomers gain a greater sense of compassion. They show greater reflective thinking, diminished ego-centeredness, and a deeper appreciation of others’ challenges—what psychologists call greater prosocial behavior.” BUY Late Bloomers: The Power of Patience in a World Obsessed with Early Achievement RECOMMENDATIONS BUY The Soft Edge: Where Great Companies Find Lasting Success Check out Forbes “30 Under 30”. Follow us! Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube Website Special thanks… Music Credit Sound Editing Credit

39mins

9 Sep 2020

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Rich Karlgaard | Your Age Doesn’t Dictate Your Ability To Be Successful

The Over 50 Entrepreneur

In today’s episode, we sit down with Rich Karlgaard, an American journalist, bestselling author, and award-winning entrepreneur and speaker. Rich was named publisher of Forbes magazine in 1998, and has written 3 amazing books:  Life 2.0: How People Across America Are Transforming Their Lives By Finding The Where Of Their Happiness (2004) The Soft Edge: Where Great Companies Find Lasting Success (2014) Late Bloomers: The Power of Patience In A World Obsessed With Early Achievement (2019) You’re in for an absolutely fantastic interview as we chat with Rich about his inspiration for his books, early achievement, as well as… The late bloomer approach Sharing what you’re really passionate about Rich’s “faceplant” moment How blanket societal pressures on kids can do more harm than good 

38mins

29 Apr 2020

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Rich Karlgaard, Publisher Forbes Magazine, Author of Late Bloomers

Heroes in Business

From a dishwasher at 25 years old to becoming the publisher of Forbes Magazine, this story proves time does not determine our success. Rich Karlgaard, author of Late Bloomers is interviewed by David Cogan founder of Eliances and famous Host of the Eliances Heroes show broadcast on am and fm network channels, internet radio, and online syndication. www.forbes.com

10mins

22 Jan 2020

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Rich Karlgaard, Publisher Forbes Magazine, Author of Late Bloomers

Heroes in Business

From a dishwasher at 25 years old to becoming the publisher of Forbes Magazine, this story proves time does not determine our success. Rich Karlgaard, author of Late Bloomers is interviewed by David Cogan founder of Eliances and famous Host of the Eliances Heroes show broadcast on am and fm network channels, internet radio, and online syndication. www.forbes.com

10mins

22 Jan 2020

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The Power of Patience and the Science of Resilience: How We Create Our Own Success with Rich Karlgaard and Dr. Michael Ungar

Harvesting Happiness Podcasts

In this week’s episode you will learn about:•Advantages of hitting your stride later in life•The science of resilience•Resources for relief for the weary sandwich generation•Prefrontal cortex’s key role in when and how we develop

26 Sep 2019

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