Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People

By Guy Kawasaki

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Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People enables you to understand our changing world through interviews with thought leaders, legends, iconoclasts, and moguls. Equal parts practical, tactical, and hysterical, it covers innovation, entrepreneurship, technology, literature, design, and marketing. Kawasaki has decades of experience with Apple, Google, Canva, Sony, Wikipedia, Mercedes Benz, and startups, so he knows what to ask. Every episode will make you a little wiser—and more remarkable.

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Dr. Robert Cialdini: The Godfather of Influence
00:42:43
Bob Cialdini is a professor emeritus at Arizona State University. He influences almost every marketing, evangelism, and sales decision that Guy Kawasaki makes. His book, Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion, is the guiding light for how Guy conducts business—and in many ways how Guy lives his life. In short, Cialdini is the “godfather of influence.” He is to changing people’s minds what Martha Stewart is to changing people's lifestyle.
Jan 15, 2020
Martha Stewart: Crafter, Baker, and Empire-Maker
00:06:30
Martha Stewart created a personal brand long before anyone with a phone and Instagram account could do it. Everyone who uses social media for branding and promotion can learn from her. Martha is a household name and the original “influencer.”
Jan 08, 2020
Wee Man: Pro Skater, Actor, and Comedian
00:35:55
Jason Acuna, better known by his stage name, Wee Man, is a skateboarder, actor, tv personality, and stuntman. As you'll learn, he's far deeper than a funny guy in movies.
Jan 01, 2020
Margaret Atwood: Mirth and Writing Magic with Canada's Favorite Author
00:33:25
Have you ever wondered how Margaret Atwood writes books? In this episode of Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People podcast she explains her tactics and techniques.
Dec 25, 2019
Stephen Wolfram: Physicist and Youngest MacArthur Award Winner
01:08:08
Have you ever wondered what it's like to get a PhD in Physics at twenty and win a MacArthur Award at 21? You'll get to find out with this episode's interview of Remarkable People with Stephen Wolfram. Saying he is a "physicist" is like saying Labron James is a "basketball player." If you're a math geek, you've probably used a product he created called Mathematica. He's also built a knowledge engine called Wolfram Alpha that you have used in Siri, Alexa, Bing, or DuckDuckGo.
Dec 18, 2019
Phil Zimbardo: Social Psychologist and Professor
00:31:31
Dr. Phil Zimbardo, the psychologist behind The Stanford Prison Experiment, looks back at how the experiment was planned, what Dr. Zimbardo's role was and what he would do differently in this episode of Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People podcast.
Dec 11, 2019
Jane Goodall: Biologist, Teacher, and Inspiration
00:29:25
Jane Goodall shares remarkable lessons from her life abroad and talks about current issues such as climate change and her hope for the future in this episode of Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People podcast.
Dec 04, 2019
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Remarkable People enables you to understand our changing world through interviews with thought leaders, legends, iconoclasts, and moguls. Equal parts practical, tactical, and hysterical, it covers innovation, entrepreneurship, technology, literature, design, and marketing. Kawasaki has decades of experience with Apple, Google, Canva, Sony, Wikipedia, Mercedes Benz, and startups, so he knows what to ask. Every episode will make you a little wiser—and more remarkable yourself. 

Oct 10, 2019