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38 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Scott Galloway. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Scott Galloway, often where they are interviewed.

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38 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Scott Galloway. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Scott Galloway, often where they are interviewed.

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Episode 192: Prof. Scott Galloway - One of The Most Influential Thought Leaders In Business

Why Not Now? with Amy Jo Martin
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Prof. Scott Galloway is an Author, Entrepreneur & a Professor of Marketing at the New York Stern School of Business. 

In this episode, Amy Jo Martin & Scott cover a wide range of topics. Scott discusses how having a wide variety of people to give advice & opinions can help you gain a healthy perspective when you’re making big decisions. You’ll get to hear Scott’s strong opinions on the current state of social media platforms, social media marketing, as well as how the acceleration of the current pandemic has affected global eCommerce. 

Scott uses the wisdom he’s gained over a lifetime of entrepreneurship to give you insight on how to start a business, both during boom times & times of recession. He also shares the importance of showing gratitude & humility to not only others, but to yourself, in good times & bad.

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Jun 20 2020

55mins

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Scott Galloway on Breaking Up Big Luxury | Inside Fashion

The Business of Fashion Podcast
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The bestselling author and business professor offers his insight into the challenging market and M&A landscape that industry players of all sizes have to navigate.

Scott Galloway is no stranger to expressing views as provocative as they are incisive. The author, business school professor and serial entrepreneur has a lot to say about the state of the market in the era of Covid-19, but his observations and predictions are also, crucially, grounded in wider social, political and economic arguments — whether that’s the now-untenable position of American exceptionalism, the burden of student debt or the failings of intergenerational wealth distribution. Speaking in conversation with Imran Amed, Galloway shares his thoughts on the state of the luxury sector, importance of e-commerce and the indomitable power of Amazon, a company he describes as “firing on all 12,000 cylinders” yet still can’t crack the fashion market. Here are some of the key takeaways:
 
  • “The class of IPOs that will come to the markets in the next 3-6 months will boom,” said Galloway. “I think the markets are going to accelerate but people conflate the markets with the economic health of america. The markets are nothing more than an indication of how the top decile of Europe and America are doing.” 
  • Amazon’s tricky relationship with fashion and luxury is hard to reconcile. “Amazon partners with an industry the way a virus partners with a host,” he said, which explains why luxury brands have traditionally kept the e-commerce giant at arm’s length. Even with the remarkable acceleration of e-commerce in the past eight weeks, however, Amazon’s algorithmically driven retail model does not allow for the forward-looking trend cycle on which the fashion industry operates.
  • Luxury is a relatively well-positioned industry. “The majority of sectors in the world would pray for luxury’s problems right now,” he said, but much like big tech companies, conglomerates in the luxury space create “an unhealthy environment where too few players are allowed to [accrue] too much power... if you wanted to oxygenate the economy around luxury you would go ahead and break them up.”
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May 29 2020

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Festival Talk | The Algebra of Happiness | Scott Galloway

Progress Through Creativity
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Scott Galloway has been an outspoken voice in business and the tech industry for many years. He also teaches at NYU, and one of the most popular classes in his Brand Strategy course is “The Algebra of Happiness”, a series of equations that attempt to distill observations regarding failures and successes in business, relationships, parenting, and health.

In 2019 Scott stood on the Debussy Stage at Cannes Lions and took the audience on a white-knuckle ride through this class, melding research and data with personal experiences, Professor Galloway provides observations on a life well lived.

May 12 2020

29mins

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Scott Galloway: Tenure for college professors is bullshit, how COVID-19 will revolutionize healthcare, and what the first trillionaire will do

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NYU Professor and Pivot co-host Scott Galloway returns to Recode Decode to talk about his new show on Vice TV, No Mercy, No Malice with Professor Scott Galloway. He and Recode's Kara Swisher also talk about how they started working together, why he decided to branch out into podcasting and then TV, and the "most disruptable" industries that young people should be going into right now — healthcare and higher education. Galloway explains what he would do if he were the provost of a major university like NYU, including a "Marshall Plan" for increasing student enrollment and the abolition of tenure for professors because "everybody else has to work for a living." Plus: How coronavirus will change cities, retail, restaurants, and more, and which big tech companies should be broken up.

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More to explore:

On Reset, Arielle Duhaime-Ross explores why — and how — tech is changing everything.

On Recode Media, Peter Kafka interviews business titans, journalists, comedians and podcasters about the collision of tech and media.

On Pivot, Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway talk about the big tech news stories of the week, who's winning, who's failing, and what comes next.

And on Land of the Giants, Jason Del Rey chronicled the rise of Amazon. Season 2 will focus on Netflix and is coming soon!

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May 08 2020

1hr 12mins

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570 - Coronavirus Update: What Will The New Normal Be Like? with Professor Scott Galloway

The James Altucher Show
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We all want to know what the future looks like. "What's the new normal?" I asked Professor Scott Galloway, who's insights and research have been known to prove markets and trends for years. He said, "I would argue that this doesn't change any trends. It just accelerates them." So we talked about the changes happening NOW. And how they'll evolve over time. And if you like this episode, go check out his brand new podcast "The Prof G Show" now available wherever you get your podcasts.

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Apr 06 2020

1hr 39mins

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#496 The Church is a Content Creator with Scott Galloway

The BadChristian Podcast
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Business professor and author of "The Algebra of Happiness," Scott Galloway joins our conversation on the church being a professional content creator. We also get into his book on keys for happiness and how to best pick a life partner.

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Feb 27 2020

1hr 54mins

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Best of 2019: Scott Galloway: The Algebra of Happiness and a Dose of Reality

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast
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Scott Galloway joins us for yet another remarkable discussion on the Unmistakable Creative podcast. Scott is a clinical professor of marketing at the NYU Stern School of Business, author, public speaker and entrepreneur. He has an extremely unique take on Happiness that spells the formula for a life well lived. His message brings a clear vision and direction for those who are ready to begin the journey.


If you found this interesting, you might want to read Scott Galloway’s book The Algebra of Happiness: Notes on the Pursuit of Success, Love, and Meaning


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Dec 02 2019

55mins

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Scott Galloway Discussing WeWork, The Algebra Of Happiness And Investing

The Richards Report
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Scott Galloway is a professor of marketing at the New York University Stern School of Business. He's also a public speaker and co-host of the popular podcast Pivot.

In this podcast episode Scott and Ted discuss;
- Lessons learned from the failed WeWork IPO
- His new best selling book The Algebra of Happiness
- Why Scott thinks he was blessed to not be a professional athlete
- The benefits of taking a certain level of risk in life as to achieve a return
- How billionairs and other people of note often incorrectly tell students to follow their passions
- How there's an inverse relationship between the sex appeal of a business and the level of return
- It's not about what you earn, it's what you spend. The benefits of passive income.
- Big tech getting into the business of content on tv
- The failed WeWork IPO
- Comparing WeWork to Uber

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Nov 18 2019

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The breakup: Scott Galloway on Big Tech

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Breaking up Big Tech: everyone’s talking about it, but is anyone actually doing anything about it? Scott Galloway—NYU professor, NYT bestselling author, owner of the world’s most colorful vocabulary—has some ideas.

Galloway argues on Business Casual that Facebook, Amazon, Google, and Apple are “invasive species”—species robbing the everyday consumer of everything from a functioning democracy to their mental health. And forget about seed funding or innovation if you’re an entrepreneur. As Galloway sees it, the DOJ and FTC need to step in. Because after all, if Tom Brady (or Mark Zuckerberg) is allowed to cheat...he will.

Plus, Scott makes a bold prediction about Morning Brew’s future and offers “the only investment advice you ever need.”

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Sep 24 2019

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474: Scott Galloway - Men's Health: "If You Continue To Do This, You're Going to Die Early"

The James Altucher Show
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Scott Galloway quit everything in 1999. He quit his job, his marriage. “I didn’t like my friends. I didn’t like myself,” he said. So he went out on his own. Two years later he felt like he was going to die. “I only left my loft for food, sex and to go to the ready-teller,” he said. "An instinct kicks in that if you continue to do this, you're going to die early." He did the research. And found that men who live alone die 8-10 years earlier than men who are engaged in a family. So he started to study what was happening in his head. What was it about isolation that made him vulnerable? You'll hear the science in this episode. You'll also hear about the psychology of money, how to use it to feel happier, the 3 types of love (and which is the most important to longevity), what memories in your life will solidify in your brain as your greatest moments in life, and more.

All of this comes from Scott Galloway's newest book "The Algebra of Happiness." Which he wrote because he made a video about it, got 2 million views and realized "people need to hear this."  

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Jul 25 2019

1hr 19mins

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