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February 28, 2024

Office Hours: Is Executive Education Worth It?, Scott’s Take on the “He Gets Us” Campaign, and Expressing Anger in the Workplace

Scott gives his unfiltered thoughts on executive education programs, specifically why he believes they’re not worth it. He then speaks about the “He Gets Us” campaign, which recently featured two ads during the Super Bowl. He wraps up with advice to a listener whose coworker yells in meetings, saying that while yelling is inappropriate in most workplace settings, anger isn’t.

February 21, 2024

Office Hours: When to Sell Investments, Should I Take Venture Capital Money?, and Scott’s Book-Writing Career & Advice

Scott gives his thoughts on when to sell investments, specifically the variables one should consider such as portfolio analysis, taxes and diversification. He then offers advice to a listener who is wondering whether to take venture capital money to grow a consulting business. Scott wraps up with a conversation on his book-writing career, breaking down his process and providing advice to aspiring authors.

February 14, 2024

Office Hours: When Should a Founder CEO Step Down? The Myth of Balance, and Should I Join the Family Business?

Scott gives his thoughts on when a founder CEO should step down, speaking to why most CEOs are not Steve Jobs or Bill Gates. He then offers advice to a listener on setting boundaries at work to maintain a successful romantic relationship. He wraps up with more advice to a listener who is facing two paths – join the family business or forge a new career.

February 07, 2024

Office Hours: Scott’s Thoughts on Job-Hopping, How Much Paternity Leave Should I Take?, and Leaving College to Start a Business

Scott gives his thoughts on job-hopping, speaking to why you should be loyal to people and not organizations. He then offers advice to a new dad wondering how much paternity leave to take, saying that life is a series of tradeoffs. He wraps up with more advice, to a dad whose son wants to leave university early for his entrepreneurial endeavors.

January 31, 2024

Office Hours: Why Scott Doesn’t Have Health Insurance, How Gen Z and Millenials Can Accrue Wealth, and What Scott Does to Stay Healthy

Scott gives his thoughts on companies offering cash in lieu of healthcare benefits, speaking to why he likes it and why he doesn’t have health insurance. He then offers tips on how younger people can accrue wealth, including living a stoic lifestyle, diversification, and selecting the right life partner. He wraps up with a breakdown of how he prioritizes sleep, exercise and nutrition.

January 24, 2024

Office Hours: The Future of WhatsApp Monetization, Should I Renovate My Home or Move? and How Scott Approaches Giving Money to Family and Friends

Scott gives his thoughts on how Meta can leverage WhatsApp, speaking to how he thinks it is the most under-monetized technology platform in the world. He then advises a listener who is deciding whether to renovate their home or move to a new house. He wraps up with a conversation on giving money to family and friends, specifically how he finds it rewarding and an act of love.

January 17, 2024

Office Hours: The Future of AI in Search, How Scott Became a Professor at NYU, and Finding Balance Between Ambition and Contentment

Scott gives his thoughts on how AI will affect the future of search, specifically how selection and choice is a tax on consumers. He then advises a listener who wants to become an adjunct professor and shares the story of how he became a professor at NYU. He wraps up with advice to a teacher wondering how to strike the balance between contentment and wanting more.

January 10, 2024

Office Hours: American Teacher’s Shortage, Why You Shouldn’t Have a Side Hustle, and What to Do if Your Employer Wants to Defer Your Pay

Scott gives his thoughts on why he thinks there are teacher shortages in the U.S. and provides solutions to address the issue. He then discusses side hustles, specifically why they’re not a good idea. He wraps up with advice to a listener whose employer is asking them to defer their pay.

January 03, 2024

Office Hours: Why Don’t Companies Advertise on Explicit Sites? How to Negotiate Stock Options with an Employer, and How Scott Built a Public Speaking Career

Scott explores the potential for advertisers to promote their products on less favorable platforms such as pornography sites. He then discusses how to negotiate stock options with an employer. He wraps up with advice to a listener seeking to jumpstart their public speaking career, sharing insights from his own personal experience.

December 20, 2023

Office Hours: How Much Should I Spend on Marketing? When Your Colleagues are Getting Poached, and Talking to Teens About Their Futures

Scott gives entrepreneurial marketing advice, speaking as to why startups should focus on creating an exceptional product over spending on marketing. He then discusses how to deal with management teams within your company when employees keep getting poached. He wraps up by advising a listener who is speaking to their nephew’s high school class about their career path in entrepreneurship.

December 13, 2023

Office Hours: Cause-Related Marketing, Why Young People Should Get to a City, and How to Talk to Your Boss About Career Development

Scott discusses the trends around cause-based marketing, speaking as to why companies should avoid making statements on social issues. He then gives advice to a listener wondering whether to move to a bigger city for career opportunities. He wraps up with his thoughts on navigating conversations about career goals and aspirations with a manager, particularly when aiming to advance to their position.

December 06, 2023

Office Hours: Advice to a First-Time Home Buyer, Why did The Prof G Pod Leave Spotify in 2022?, and Putting Yourself out there After a Breakup

Scott gives advice to a listener looking to buy a home for the first time and shares his thoughts on where mortgage rates are headed. He then discusses why he decided to pull The Prof G Pod from Spotify back in 2022, and then returned a year later. He wraps up with his thoughts on how to get back out there after a breakup.

November 29, 2023

Office Hours: The Lab-Grown Diamond Boom, Investment in Women’s Sports, and Deciding Whether to Quit Your Job

Scott gives his thoughts on the diamond market, specifically how the rise in lab-grown diamonds has affected the industry. He then discusses why women’s sports are a good investment and whether he’d invest in an athlete representation agency. He wraps up with advice to an investment banker planning to quit his job to travel the world.

November 15, 2023

Office Hours: Valuing Etsy’s Stock, Tips for Naming Your Business, and How to Ask for a Promotion or Raise at Work

Scott gives his thoughts on Etsy, specifically its potential as both an investment opportunity and as a business. He then offers advice to a listener struggling with naming their business. He wraps up with guidance on how to approach seeking a promotion or raise at work.

November 08, 2023

Office Hours: Should I Replace My Full-Time Job with My Side Hustle? How to Reestablish American Trust in Higher Education, and Advice on Balancing Family and Early-Career Aspirations

Scott offers advice to a listener who wants their Substack newsletter to replace their steady full-time job. He then gives his thoughts on the increased distrust among Americans regarding higher education. He wraps up with insight on striking a balance between family relationships and career aspirations, especially at an early-career level.

November 01, 2023

Office Hours: Thoughts on the 2024 Presidential Election, Career Disappointments, and Scott's Private Investment Strategy

Scott provides his thoughts on the 2024 presidential election, specifically who he’s thinking of voting for. He then offers advice to a listener who finds themselves in a career trajectory dilemma after being relocated abroad for work. He wraps up with insight into how he manages his private investments.

October 25, 2023

Office Hours: Office Hours Special: Algebra of Masculinity Part 3

Today is the third and final episode of our special 3-part series covering all things masculinity.

Richard Reeves, the president of the American Institute for Boys and Men and a non-resident senior fellow in Governance Studies at the Brookings Institution, joins Scott to discuss the concept of relational masculinity, the decline of male connection, and the concentric circles of masculinity. They also get into the topics of parenting and the impact of porn on young men, specifically how it’s a place that young men retreat to.

After our conversation with Richard, Scott answers some listener questions on conversational skills, college admissions, and mentoring.

October 18, 2023

Office Hours: Office Hours Special: Algebra of Masculinity Part 2

Today is the second episode of our special 3-part series covering all things masculinity.

Dr. Robert Sapolsky, a critically acclaimed author and professor of biology, neurology, and neurosurgery at Stanford University, joins Scott to discuss the contradictions in human behavior, as well as the common misconceptions surrounding testosterone and estrogen, specifically how these hormones relate to aggressive behavior. They also get into the concept of free will, including how the understanding of limited free will can influence one’s approach to parenting.

October 11, 2023

Office Hours: Office Hours Special: Algebra of Masculinity Part 1

Today we’re kicking off a special 3-part series answering your questions on all things masculinity. Christine Emba, a columnist at the Washington Post and author of Rethinking Sex, joins Scott to set the scene of where masculinity stands today and how women can help define positive masculinity. Christine also discusses what current heterosexual dating dynamics look like.

After our conversation with Christine, Scott gives advice to a listener who is struggling with the challenge of advocating for men's issues while remaining mindful of women's concerns. He then discusses pornography, specifically its impact on young men when consumed in excess. He wraps up with a conversation about monogamy.

October 04, 2023

Office Hours: A Guide to Business Partnerships, Consumption vs. Investing, and What to Do if Your Adult Children Are Still Living at Home

Scott offers advice to a listener considering entering a new business partnership. He then takes a question about the proliferation of the sports betting industry, specifically the way it preys on young men. He wraps up with advice to a parent whose adult children still live at home.

September 27, 2023

Office Hours: The Ethics of Amazon vs. Meta, Naming a Next-Generation Product, and What to Do if Your Child Believes in Conspiracy Theories

Scott answers a question from a listener who is weighing the ethics of working at Amazon versus Meta. He then takes a question about branding a next-generation product from a listener who runs a health tech company. He wraps up with advice to a mother whose son believes in conspiracy theories.

September 20, 2023

Office Hours: The Future of Legal Tech and AI, How to Cope with Financial Stress as an Entrepreneur, and Why Young and Ambitious People Should Move to a Global City

Scott answers a question about how AI might benefit the legal industry. He then takes a question about dealing with the financial stress and uncertainty that comes with entrepreneurship. He wraps up with advice to a listener who is deciding whether to move to London and start a job in trading.

September 13, 2023

Office Hours: The EdTech Industry, Why European Startups Fail to Scale, and the Global Brands of the Premier League and NFL

Scott answers a question about the edtech industry and discusses whether he thinks LinkedIn would acquire Coursera. He then takes a question about why European startups fail to scale, especially in comparison to those in the US. He wraps up with a conversation about the marketing of the NFL and the Premier League.

September 06, 2023

Office Hours: Planning Your Exit Strategy, Investing Advice to a 16-Year-Old, and Mentoring Young Men

Scott answers a question about planning an exit strategy and gives advice on when to sell a company. He then takes a question from a 16-year-old listener who wants to know how to invest and manage their money. He wraps up by explaining why it’s important for children to have more male role models and speaks about his approach to mentoring.

August 30, 2023

Office Hours: The Business of Podcasting, Leaving Your Job To Start A Business, and the Pros and Cons of Stock Buybacks

Scott answers a question about the podcasting industry and shares advice to those interested in starting their own podcast. He then discusses what he thinks about stock buybacks and wraps up with advice to a new father who is thinking about leaving his job in private equity to start his own fund.

August 23, 2023

Office Hours: Halal Investments, Career Guidance for Recent Grads, and Making Decisions When You’re Angry

Scott offers advice on strategies for economic security and investing, especially when you have religious restrictions. He then provides tips on how to secure a job after graduating from college. He wraps up by offering advice on how to effectively make decisions while angry.

August 16, 2023

Office Hours: TikTok and Political Disinformation, the Insurance Industry and Climate Change, and the Work-Life Balance Conundrum

Scott answers a question on how TikTok poses a security threat in the context of Taiwan’s upcoming presidential election. He then discusses how climate change is affecting the insurance sector and wraps up with advice to a listener asking how to balance work with family.

August 09, 2023

Office Hours: Allocating Your Small Business’s Revenue, Would Scott Ever Run for Public Office? and Finding Your Purpose

Scott gives a listener advice on how to allocate the revenue of their small business. He then discusses whether he would ever consider running for public office. He wraps up by offering guidance to a listener who is navigating the challenges of the post-undergrad phase in their life. Moreover, he shares his insights on discovering one’s purpose.

August 02, 2023

Office Hours: Digital Accessibility, Do I Need to Be Wealthy to Invest in Sports Teams? and How to Cultivate Your Personal Brand

Scott gives his thoughts on the lack of accessibility in the digital space, particularly for those with disabilities. He then offers insight on the sports industry market and how to invest when you’re not a billionaire. He wraps up with tips on building your personal brand and explains how it can lead to employment opportunities.

July 26, 2023

Office Hours: Apple’s Investment in Healthcare, Should I Send My Child to Private School? and How to Introduce Social Media to Your Children

Scott gives his thoughts on Apple’s investment in the healthcare space and whether it will be Apple’s greatest contribution to mankind. He then offers advice to a listener seeking guidance on whether to send their kids to private school for a hefty sum. He wraps up with a discussion about navigating and managing your kid’s social media usage.

July 19, 2023

Office Hours: Why Cars are the Next Battleground for Attention, Advice to a Young Real Estate Investor, and Balancing Fun with Frugality in Your 20s

Scott gives his thoughts on the auto industry’s approach to in-vehicle infotainment and describes it as “the next battleground” in an attention economy. He then gives advice on investing in real estate as a young person whose earnings are unpredictable. He wraps up by discussing the importance of striking a balance between frugality and embracing life’s pleasures when you’re young.

July 12, 2023

Office Hours: State of Play: The Video Game Industry — with Joost van Dreunen

In this special episode of The Prof G Pod’s Office Hours, we speak with Joost van Druenen, a professor at NYU Stern, and the author of One Up: Creativity, Competition, and the Global Business of Video Games.

Joost breaks down the state of play in the video game industry, including the major players and platforms, and the latest around Activision Blizzard and Microsoft. Follow Joost on Twitter, @joosterizer

June 28, 2023

Office Hours: Tesla’s EV Charging Partnerships With GM and Ford, the Death of Reddit As We Know It? and Prioritizing Happiness When Making College Decisions

Scott gives his thoughts on Tesla becoming the EV charging standard. He then takes a question about Reddit’s decision to begin charging for access to its API. He wraps up with advice about making college decisions and says the key is asking yourself, “where will I be happiest the next four years?”

June 21, 2023

Office Hours: The Next Big Thing After Smartphones, Scott’s Favorite Things To Do in LA, and Advice to a 79-Year-Old Parent

Scott gives his thoughts on why mixed reality headsets are not going to be the next big thing for tech consumers. He then takes a question from a listener who is moving to LA and offers his recommendations on how to enjoy the city. He wraps up with financial advice to an older parent and shares what he would tell his sons at 79 years old.

June 14, 2023

Office Hours: Using AI for Stock Picks, Overcoming Fear of Public Speaking, and How Do You Talk to Your Kids About Religion?Office

Scott gives his thoughts on using AI to pick stocks and make profitable investment decisions. He then advises a listener to conquer their public speaking fears, especially after a negative experience. He wraps up with his thoughts on navigating complex topics, like religion and spirituality, with your kids.

June 07, 2023

Office Hours: Are Young Professionals Leaving New York? Leveraging AI in Your Business, and Should You Hire a Career Coach?

Scott gives his thoughts on New York and whether it’s still worth the price tag. He then speaks about how to approach AI to increase efficiency in business. He wraps up with his thoughts on investing in a professional career coach.

May 31, 2023

Office Hours: Can Fast Fashion Be Sustainable? Thoughts on Female Leadership, and Forming Friendships Later in Life

Scott gives his thoughts on the fast fashion industry and how the industry is inherently unsustainable. He then speaks about female leadership, specifically how women can speak up in the business world. He wraps up with a discussion on male friendship.

May 24, 2023

Office Hours: What’s Going On in the Retail Sector, The Future of AI-driven Mental Health Care, and How Can I Help My Child to Become a Great Storyteller?

Scott gives his thoughts on the current state of the retail industry, specifically how they can reevaluate their investments in technology. He then speaks about how AI is impacting the mental health space. He wraps up with a discussion on storytelling.

May 17, 2023

Office Hours: Using Real Estate to Build Wealth, How to Use Your Discretionary Income, and Best Practices Around Mentorship

Scott gives his thoughts on how to use real estate to build wealth, all while being burdened by student debt. He then answers a listener’s question about whether to use discretionary income to visit other company offices. He wraps up by discussing how he thinks about mentorship.

May 10, 2023

Office Hours: The Booming Video Game Industry, America’s Skilled Trades Labor Shortage, & Putting Your Partner’s Needs Over Your Own

Scott gives his thoughts on the video game industry and its promising future. He then speaks about the decline of trade skills in the United States. He wraps up with advice on how to be a good partner and put others’ needs over your own.

May 03, 2023

Office Hours: Why AI Is Not Taking Your Job, How to Create Opportunities for Others, And Advice on Taking Care of a Sick Parent

Scott gives his thoughts on AI’s impact on the labor market. He then gives advice on how to create opportunities for others once you’ve set yourself up for success. He wraps up by sharing how he showed up for his mom at the end of her life.

April 26, 2023

Office Hours: When Scarcity Meets Healthcare, What Do I Do With My Business When I Retire? And Grief is Love Persevering

Scott gives his thoughts on scarcity in the healthcare industry. He then gives advice on handling and transitioning your business when you’re ready for retirement. He wraps up with an honest conversation about mourning and grief.

April 19, 2023

Office Hours: Six-Day Workweek vs. Four-Day Workweek, The Illusion of College Selectivity, Monitoring Your Substance Use

Scott gives his thoughts to a listener inquiring about a six-day workweek and its effects on employee productivity. He then discusses the inflation of college applications and what the future holds for higher education. He wraps up with an honest conversation about monitoring your substance use.

April 12, 2023

Office Hours: An Honest Look at Climate Change, Advice for Aspiring Entrepreneurs, and Parenting as a Wealthy Person

Scott takes an honest look at what the 2023 IPCC Report had to say about the state of climate change and the environment. He then gives advice to a listener seeking to start up their own ad agency and wraps up with his thoughts on parenting as a person with wealth.

April 05, 2023

Office Hours: Change & Volatility Favor the Young, Investing in Art, And Why David Solomon’s DJing Hobby Is a Good Thing

Scott gives advice to a listener working at a struggling regional bank. He then discusses whether art is a good investment and wraps up with his thoughts on David Solomon’s DJing hobby and the benefits of having interests outside of work.

March 29, 2023

Office Hours: Where Do Companies Keep Their Cash? Dealing With Burnout in the Workplace, and Advice on Reentering the Workforce After Having Children

Scott discusses cash management practices at companies and then gives his thoughts to a listener experiencing work-related burnout and exhaustion. He wraps up with advice about women looking to reenter the workforce after focusing on childcare.

March 22, 2023

Office Hours: Airbnb-Friendly Apartments Program, How Do We Get Men to Show Up for Family Planning? And On Being A Critical Thinker

Scott discusses the Airbnb-Friendly Apartments Program and Airbnb’s potential in the long-term apartment rental space. He then shares his thoughts on why men struggle to engage when it comes to family planning. He wraps up with advice on how to be an original, critical thinker.

March 15, 2023

Office Hours: Can AI Help End Fake News? Advice to a Future Mother, & Being Rich and Anonymous

Scott discusses his thoughts on whether AI has the potential to be a real-time fact-checker. He then offers his advice on finding a solution to systemic issues hindering working mothers. He wraps us with an honest conversation about fame and happiness.

March 08, 2023

Office Hours: The Future of Work Part 3: Greatness Is in the Agency of Others

In today’s episode, we finish off our special 3-part series in answering your questions around the Future of Work. This episode focuses on recruiting, mentorship, and building teams.

Scott gives his thoughts on the role nepotism plays in the future of recruiting and gives his advice on securing a job post-college. He then discusses team organization in the workplace and ends by sharing what to look for during the hiring process.

March 01, 2023

Office Hours: The Future of Work Part 2: Talk About Money

In today’s episode, we continue our special 3-part series in answering your questions around the Future of Work. This episode focuses on the topic of money and negotiation.

Scott gives his thoughts on using an outside job offer as leverage in salary negotiation and then discusses labor legislation and its effect on unions and gig workers. He ends with advice to a listener who is working in the U.S. on a work visa.

February 22, 2023

Office Hours: The Future of Work Part 1: Get to HQ

Today, we’re kicking off a special 3-part series answering your questions around the future of work. Peter Cappelli, the George W. Taylor professor of management at the Wharton School and author of “The Future of the Office,” joins Scott to discuss what HQ looks like in a post-pandemic world.

After our conversation with Professor Capelli, Scott gives advice on seeking opportunities to get to HQ in a remote working environment. He then discusses converting unused office space into residential buildings, and ends with his thoughts on the gig economy.

February 15, 2023

Office Hours: The Kroger-Albertsons Merger, An Argument Against Seed-Stage Investing, and Taking Advantage of the “Silver Tsunami”

Scott discusses his thoughts on the Kroger-Albertsons merger and explains what needs to be done to restore dignity to work. He then advises against using a young family’s nest egg for seed-stage investing, and wraps up with his insight on the “Silver Tsunami.”

February 08, 2023

Office Hours: Leveraging AI, Joining a Family Business Board Position, Do I Sacrifice My Dream for the Person I Love?

Scott discusses how AI is revolutionizing the beauty industry and then gives insight to a listener who’s been asked to join their family business’s board of directors. He wraps up with advice on making a move abroad that might end a relationship.

February 01, 2023

Office Hours: Recessionary Signals, Investing Advice, And Dealing With a Toxic Work Environment

Scott discusses what the increasing layoffs and reductions in force (RIFs) actually mean for our economy. He then gives insight on how to build economic stability through your investments, and ends with advice to a young professional dealing with a toxic work environment.

January 25, 2023

Office Hours: Revenue Per Employee, Should I Move Production to Mexico? And Advice to an Early Career 23-year-old

Scott answers a question about using metrics like revenue per employee (RPE) to measure the success of a business. He then shares his thoughts with a luxury furniture designer about moving production to Mexico, and ends with advice on prioritizing career opportunities in your 20s.

January 18, 2023

Office Hours: Crisis Management 101, Ad-Supported Streaming Tiers, and Achieving Economic Security

Scott answers a question regarding Southwest Airlines’ epic failure over the holidays and explains the three things a company should consider when dealing with a crisis. He also answers a question about Hulu and the other streamers offering ad tiers, and wraps by offering advice on deciding when you’ve reached economic security.

January 11, 2023

Office Hours: Understanding America’s Prison Problem – With Bill Keller

In place of Office Hours this week, we’re bringing you our conversation with Bill Keller, the author of What’s Prison For, the former executive editor of The New York Times, and the founding editor of The Marshall Project. Bill joins Scott to discuss prison reform, the role race plays in incarceration, and what most of us don’t know about the prison system. You can find him on Twitter @billkellernyc.

January 04, 2023

Office Hours: Prof G's Best Advice

For our first Office Hours episode of the new year, we’re highlighting Scott’s most helpful advice. We hope this helps you start 2023 on the right foot. Enjoy!

December 21, 2022

Office Hours: How Media Companies Are Staying Relevant + What Makes a Great CEO – With Alan Murray

In place of Office Hours this week, we’re sharing our interview with the CEO of Fortune Media, Alan Murray. Alan discusses stakeholder capitalism, what makes a successful CEO, and the evolving digital media landscape. Follow Alan on Twitter, @alansmurray.

December 14, 2022

Office Hours: Google and Antitrust Legislation, Should I Go To Law School or Follow My Passion? Moving for a Dream Job

Scott takes a question about antitrust lawsuits and Google. He then shares his thoughts with a journalism student questioning whether they should go to law school, and ends with advice on prioritizing career opportunities.

December 07, 2022

Office Hours: Online Sales for EVs, Should I Take A Voluntary Severance Package? And Unconditional Love

Scott takes a question about e-commerce for electric vehicles. He then offers advice about taking severance before you’ve officially been laid off and ends with some reflections on unconditional love.

November 30, 2022

Office Hours: Financial Growth vs Sustainability, What Should I Do About My Son Joining OnlyFans? And Advice for a New Father in a Demanding Job

Scott takes a question about whether the Degrowth Movement stands a chance. He then offers guidance to a mother in a tough position and finishes by sharing his wisdom on work-life balance.

November 23, 2022

Office Hours: Apple Stock and China. Should Young People Pursue a Career in Sales? And How to Bounce Back After Layoffs

Scott takes a question about tensions between China and Taiwan and the potential impact on Apple stock. He then shares his thoughts on a career in sales and finishes with a pep talk to a listener who was recently laid off.

November 16, 2022

Office Hours: Will Boom Supersonic Planes Live Up to the Hype? Buying Amazon Stock and Taking a Gap Year Before College

Scott takes a question about the future of Boom Supersonic. He then shares his thoughts on owning Amazon stock and offers suggestions on how to best take advantage of a gap year before college.

November 09, 2022

Office Hours: Does a Board Actually Add Value? Making Recruiting More Equitable, and Work/Life Balance Early in Your Career

Scott takes a question about the value of a board of directors. He then suggests ways to make corporate recruiting less elitist and shares his experience balancing his ambition and personal life.

November 02, 2022

Office Hours: Should I Short Meta? The World Cup in Qatar, and How to Acquire New Customers

Scott takes a question about shorting stocks like Meta and Twitter. He then shares his opinion on the ethics of attending the World Cup in Qatar, and suggests methods for acquiring new customers.

(Note: this episode was recorded prior to Elon Musk taking Twitter private).

October 26, 2022

Office Hours: Why hasn’t Peloton Been Acquired? Deciding Where to Live, and Motivating Ethical Tech Leadership

Scott answers a question about what might be preventing a Peloton acquisition. He then shares his best tips for determining where to live abroad and explains how society can encourage ethical leadership in tech.

October 19, 2022

Office Hours: Are Fitness Brands the New Religion? The Tyranny of OPEC, and Fighting the Cost of Higher Ed 

Scott answers a question about the power of luxury fitness brands to build community amongst an increasingly secular society. He then shares his thoughts on the corruption of OPEC and finishes with a passionate rant about lowering the cost of college.

October 12, 2022

Office Hours: The Thiel Fellowship’s Pros and Cons, S.A.F.E Agreements, and Rebranding America

Scott takes a question about the Thiel Fellowship and offers his thoughts on whether the government should subsidize business loans like they do for college loans. He then shares his ideas on America needing a rebrand, and explains the benefits of a S.A.F.E Agreement: Simple Agreement For Future Equity.

October 05, 2022

Office Hours: Should Meta Pay Dividends? + International Students, and Finding Hope

Scott takes a question about whether it’s time for Meta to pay shareholders a dividend. He then offers advice to an international student debating whether he should pursue a career in the U.S. or Europe and shares what makes him hopeful. 

September 28, 2022

Office Hours: Raising the Minimum Wage, Seeking Venture Debt, and Getting on the Property Ladder

Scott takes a question about the nuances of raising the federal minimum wage to $25 an hour. He then offers advice to a startup founder on whether he should raise venture debt or venture capital, and shares his thoughts on how to invest in real estate as a renter.

September 21, 2022

Office Hours: Section 230, University Rundles, and Advancing Your Career as a Parent

Scott takes a question about how Section 230 could be altered to address the harms of social media companies. He then shares his thoughts on how Universities could cash in on a recurring revenue model, and offers career advice to a mother who works in marketing.

September 14, 2022

Office Hours: Adam Neumann’s Flow, Sustainability Goals, and Dealing with Grief

Scott takes a question about whether Adam Neumann’s new real estate venture could benefit from operating under a franchise model. He then shares his thoughts on the progress corporations have made in lowering their emissions, and offers advice to someone who recently lost his business partner.

September 07, 2022

Office Hours: How to Get on a Board, Leaving a Company with Grace, and Fostering Civil Discourse

Scott takes a question about the experience necessary to be on a board of directors. He then offers advice for leaving a job at a company respectfully, and shares his thoughts on the importance of listening to people who disagree with you.

August 31, 2022

Office Hours: The Value of a Storefront, College Enrollment Numbers, and Parenting Advice

Scott takes a question on why opening physical stores can be a powerful branding move — even for a tech company like Amazon. He then shares his thoughts on why universities with big brands need to let in more students, not fewer, and reflects on his dos and don'ts of fatherhood.

August 24, 2022

Office Hours: The Paradox of Choice, Dating Advice, and the Value of an MBA for Entrepreneurs

We're revisiting some of our favorite questions and answers from past episodes. Scott answers a question about how Trader Joe’s has succeeded without offering delivery or online shopping. He then gives dating advice to the young and single in an era of dating apps, and offers his thoughts on why business school is still worth it, even if you just want to work for yourself.

August 18, 2022

Office Hours: Web3 Unlocks, Podcast Subscriptions vs Ads, and Transitioning to a Smaller Company

Scott takes a question on how the experience economy can benefit from web3 innovation. He then shares his thoughts on switching his podcast to a subscription model, and weighs the pros and cons of working for large and small companies.

August 10, 2022

Office Hours: TikTok vs. Vine, the Value of Writing, and Late Career Transitions

Scott answers a question about what he calls one of the greatest missed opportunities in the history of tech — when Twitter sold Vine. He then takes a question on whether humanities majors can still succeed in business, and offers advice to someone thinking about leaving her established media career for the tech industry.

August 03, 2022

Office Hours: Amazon Buying One Medical, How to Push Back at Work, and the Bright Side of Layoffs

Scott takes a question about Amazon’s healthcare strategy and what its acquisition of One Medical means for the company’s patients. He then offers advice on how to give meaningful pushback at work without antagonizing leadership, and shares some words of wisdom for someone worried about layoffs.

July 27, 2022

Office Hours: eBay’s NFT Marketplace, Leaving the U.S., and Advice to a Teenager

Scott takes a question about how established brands can leverage their platforms and identities in a Web3 world. He then shares why he’s moving to the U.K. and offers advice to a progressive who’s tired of America and wants to do the same. Scott also takes a question from a 16-year-old about what he would have done differently in his teenage years.

July 20, 2022

Office Hours: The Power of Identity, the Labor Shortage, and the Key to Relevance

Scott shares his thoughts on how Apple could help clean up the internet with its biometric technology. He then answers a question about why there are so many open jobs right now, and offers his number one tip to entrepreneurs on how to stay relevant.

July 11, 2022

Office Hours: Rebranding Climate Change, MBA Applications, and Lowering Your Economic Burn

Scott takes a question from a listener who wonders what it will take for climate change to become the biggest story in business. He then offers advice to a father considering moving to a more affordable city where his family can live mortgage-free. Scott also shares his thoughts on applying to business school without big-name schools or companies on your résumé.

June 27, 2022

Office Hours: Portfolio Diversification, the Streaming Industry, and the Future of Brand Strategy

Scott answers a question about investing in individual stocks vs. ETFs, and how to diversify your portfolio. Scott also takes a question regarding the streaming industry’s future and offers his advice to a brand strategist.

June 13, 2022

Office Hours: Apple Car Acquisitions, Mission Statements, and Going into Business With Your Family

Scott takes a question on whether Apple might acquire Canoo, a struggling EV startup. He then explains the value of mission statements to a company’s brand and culture, and offers advice to someone deciding if they should leave their current job to join their family business.

June 06, 2022

Office Hours: Tesla’s ESG Rating, the Closed IPO Market, and Advancing Your Career

Scott shares his thoughts on S&P’s decision to remove Tesla from its ESG index, and what that signals about the ESG space as a whole. He then takes a question about when the IPO market might open again, and offers advice to someone who wonders if they’ve been in the same job for too long.

May 23, 2022

Office Hours: Dealing With Mental Health

John MacPhee, the CEO of the JED Foundation, joins Scott to discuss his nonprofit’s work protecting the emotional health of teens and young adults in America. Scott and John also answer listener questions on how entrepreneurs can protect their mental health, and how to deal with imposter syndrome. Follow John on Twitter @JA_MacPhee.

May 16, 2022

Office Hours: Should I Work for Meta? + Why Unions are Failing, and Engaging an Audience

Scott takes a question on the strengths and weaknesses of unions as a labor resurgence seems to be heating up. He then offers advice on taking a job with big tech when the company clashes with your values, and shares his tips for how to hold an audience’s attention.

May 09, 2022

Office Hours: The Hectic Housing Market, Funding Scholarships, and Building Your Personal Brand

Scott answers a question about the state of the housing market as investors buy up an increasing share of available homes. He also offers his thoughts on how to smartly fund scholarships, and shares his tips for how to brand yourself as a thought leader.

May 02, 2022

Office Hours: YouTube’s Copyright Problem, Teaching Kids About Money, and Choosing Entrepreneurship

Scott answers a question about why you can still find copyrighted material on YouTube, and shares his thoughts on why big platforms slack off when it comes to content moderation. He also offers advice to a mother wondering how to teach her kids about personal finance, and to an NYU senior deciding between entrepreneurship and the corporate machine.

April 25, 2022

Office Hours: The Metaverse, NFTs, and Web3 — with Tonya Evans

Tonya Evans, professor of law at Penn State Dickinson Law School, returns to the Pod to discuss the state of play in the metaverse, and where intellectual property laws come in. She and Scott also answer listener questions on NFTs as investment vehicles, cryptocurrency regulations, and what makes Web3 different from Web2.0. Follow Professor Evans on Twitter @IPProfEvans.

April 18, 2022

Office Hours: Elon Musk and the Algebra of Deterrence, Amazon’s Third-Party Sellers, and the Dangers of Algorithmic Ads

Scott answers a question on why Elon Musk is able to get away with skirting the law, and shares his thoughts on why Musk’s Twitter takeover attempt may be a seminal moment for the SEC. He also answers a question about what might lie ahead for the companies that aggregate third-party sellers on Amazon’s platform, and weighs the pros and cons of subscription versus ad models.

April 11, 2022

Office Hours: Spotify Subscriptions, Stock Buybacks, and Inflation

Scott answers a question on how Spotify will maintain its value proposition and grow its market share in an increasingly competitive streaming market. He then shares his thoughts on what stock buybacks mean for stakeholders and gives us a run-down on our current state of inflation.

April 04, 2022

Office Hours: The Tesla Phone, Apple’s Enterprise Play, and Degrees vs. Bootcamps

Scott answers a question on whether Elon Musk could capture a competitive share of the smartphone market with a Tesla phone. He then shares his thoughts on why Apple is moving into the B2B space, and offers advice to someone deciding between pursuing a traditional college degree or a bootcamp certification.

March 28, 2022

Office Hours: The Strength of Sanctions, the Short-form Video Revolution, and Yielding to Economic Security

Scott answers a question on whether Upwork and other gig economy companies did the right thing by suspending services in Russia. Scott also shares his thoughts on how short videos might make their way into the enterprise after TikTok accelerated the trend toward bite-sized content. The Dawg then offers advice to a couple considering taking a career sabbatical to travel.

March 21, 2022

Office Hours: NVIDIA’s Strengths, Meta’s Virtual Real Estate Opportunities, Proprietary Streaming Content, and Rebranding Government Jobs

Scott shares his thoughts on whether NVIDIA’s stock is a strong long-term investment. He then shares how streaming services might innovate around proprietary content, and answers a question about whether Meta might acquire Decentraland or the Sandbox. Scott also considers how government work could be rebranded to attract young talent.

March 14, 2022

Office Hours: Philanthropy, What to Do About Standardized Testing, and the Algebra of Making Predictions

Scott shares his thoughts on the roles that tests like the ACT and SAT play in college admissions. He then answers a question on how to be more charitable with your wealth, and explains his prediction-making process.

March 07, 2022

Office Hours: Uber’s Super App Prospects, Private Wealth Managers, and When to Raise Capital

Scott answers a question about whether Uber is an appetizing acquisition target at its current valuation. He then offers advice on when to raise seed funding for your startup, and shares his wealth management journey from self-investing to hiring a professional.

February 28, 2022

Office Hours: LinkedIn’s Learning Opportunity, P&G and Unilever’s Gangster Move, and Making Cities Affordable

Scott answers a question about how LinkedIn can become a stronger platform for educational content. He then shares how consumer packaged goods giants can innovate to stay relevant, and offers his thoughts on what would make tech hubs more livable.

February 14, 2022

Office Hours: Meta Vs. the Metaverse, Private Equity Dominance, and Professional Coaches

Scott answers a question about why he’s semi-bullish on the metaverse, but bearish on Zuckerberg’s version of it. He then takes a question from a listener who wonders if private equity firms are becoming monopolies, and shares why mentoring is so important.

February 07, 2022

Office Hours: McKinsey’s Mistakes, Arizona State’s Online Initiative, and the Great Resignation

Scott answers a question about why Peloton hired McKinsey, a company embroiled in its own troubles. He then shares his take on Arizona State’s global education initiative that aims to enroll 100 million students by 2030, and offers his thoughts on how the great resignation will impact the talent pipeline.

January 31, 2022

Office Hours: America’s Super App, Online Sports Betting, and Career Bubbles

Scott answers a question about why the U.S. is so behind China in developing a super app. He then shares his thoughts on whether the online sports betting industry is a good investment, and offers advice to someone who fears his booming career path may be unsustainable.

January 24, 2022

Office Hours: Trader Joe’s and the Paradox of Choice, Telehealth’s Future, and Planning an MBA

Scott answers a question about how Trader Joe’s has been able to succeed without offering delivery or online shopping. He then shares his thoughts on why telehealth stocks have crashed back to earth after enormous highs, and offers advice to someone in Japan looking to pursue an MBA in the states.

January 10, 2022

Office Hours: Virtual Real Estate, Tech Regulations, Fatherhood, and Prioritizing Your Life

Scott answers a question about platforms like Decentraland and Sandbox, where users can buy and sell virtual land as NFTs. He then shares his thoughts on how to address the negative externalities of scaling industries, offers advice on how to balance work and relationships, and reflects on his dos and don'ts of parenthood.

December 23, 2021

Office Hours: The Algebra of Happiness

For our final episode of the year, we hear Scott read an excerpt from his National Bestseller, “The Algebra of Happiness.” He shares stories of his family, overcoming his imposter syndrome, and finding his voice.

Audio excerpted courtesy Penguin Random House Audio from THE ALGEBRA OF HAPPINESS by Scott Galloway, read by Scott Galloway.

December 20, 2021

Office Hours: Democratizing One-Click Checkout — with Ryan Breslow

Ryan Breslow, the founder and CEO of Bolt — a technology company that has raised more than $600 million and 18x’d its valuation in 18 months, joins Scott to discuss scaling the company, fundraising, and his approach to company culture. Follow Ryan on Twitter, @theryanking.

December 13, 2021

Office Hours: The Power of the Apple Car, the University of Austin’s Missed Opportunity, and the Algebra of Wealth

Scott answers a question on how Apple could differentiate from Tesla and Rivian with its Apple Car, and predicts what it will mean for the company’s valuation. He then shares his thoughts on the University of Austin’s controversial launch and offers advice on how much time you should spend managing your investment portfolio.

December 06, 2021

Office Hours: The Psychedelics Industry — with Ronan Levy

Ronan Levy, the co-founder and executive chairman of Field Trip Health, joins Scott to discuss the state of play in the legalized psychedelics space. He also answers listener questions on the possible negative externalities of the industry under capitalism, the long-term growth potential of these companies, and how to hold on to feelings of wonder after a psychedelic experience is over. Follow Ronan on Twitter, @RonanDLevy.

November 29, 2021

Office Hours: Rivian’s Colossal IPO, Fashion Industry Winners, and Pivoting Out of an Ad Agency

Scott answers a question on how Rivian priced its shares for the biggest IPO of the year. He then offers his thoughts on the future of the apparel industry and gives advice to someone who no longer sees the point in working for an ad agency.

November 22, 2021

Office Hours: What’s Next for Peloton, The Hidden Value of B2B, and Diversifying your Investments

Scott answers a question on Peloton’s recent collapse in value and explains why it’s the perfect opportunity for Nike or Apple to acquire the company. He then shares why he likes to invest in the picks-and-shovels of booming industries and offers advice on geographically diversifying your portfolio.

November 15, 2021

Office Hours: The Race to a Super App, When to Expand Your Board, and Deciding to Get an MBA as an Entrepreneur

Scott answers a question on verticalization within the grocery delivery market and explains why there’s power in controlling access to the consumer. He also offers advice to a start-up founder on when to add more members to a board of directors, and why business school is still worth it, even if you just want to work for yourself.

November 08, 2021

Office Hours: Amazon’s Aggregators, Turning Data into Insights, Career Moves, and Why the Don Draper Era is Dead

Scott answers a question about companies that buy up small third-party sellers on Amazon’s marketplace. He then explains why he thinks businesses should take money out of marketing and put it into the product itself. Scott also discusses the importance of analyzing data, and shares why he believes greatness is in the agency of others.

November 01, 2021

Office Hours: Volvo’s Subscription Model, The Debit Generation, Exploring Job Options, and Pre-Seed Investing

Scott answers a question about Volvo’s subscription service and offers a prediction for where the auto industry is headed. He then explains how ‘buy now, pay later' services deceive customers into debt, and gives advice for how to approach leaving your company. Scott also discusses the factors to consider when investing in pre-seed companies, and how to make smart money decisions with your partner.

Music: https://www.davidcuttermusic.com / @dcuttermusic

October 25, 2021

Office Hours: On Running, Expanding College Admissions, and How Banks Can Boost Their Brands

Scott answers a question about whether On Running is a good long-term investment after its recent IPO. He then shares his thoughts on how legacy banks can keep up in an increasingly digitized financial system, and why universities with big brands need to let in more students, not fewer.

Music: https://www.davidcuttermusic.com / @dcuttermusic

October 18, 2021

Office Hours: Doing Business With Russia, Competing with Industry Giants, and Choosing the Right Hire

Scott answers a question about Google and Apple’s decision to take down a Russian voting app. He then explains why finding a niche to serve is crucial to competing against industry Goliaths as a small company. Scott also offers advice to an expanding business on whether to hire an employee for a marketing or business development role.

October 04, 2021

Office Hours: Healthcare and Technology — with Aagya Mathur

Aagya Mathur, the CEO and Co-founder of Aavia, joins Scott to answer a question about integrating health apps like Aavia with primary care. They also discuss how blockchain can be applied in the healthcare industry, and how the pandemic has accelerated trends in the space. Follow Aagya on Twitter, @aagya320.

Music: https://www.davidcuttermusic.com / @dcuttermusic

September 27, 2021

Office Hours: The Fast-Casual Business Model, Early Career Tips, Pivoting to Academia, and Prof G’s Nutritional Habits

Scott explains why he’s a fan of Chipotle’s business model in an evolving fast food industry, and why it’s time employers to start paying their employees liveable wages. He then offers advice to a recent graduate about showing face at the office and encourages someone to accept a new role at a university, even if it means taking a pay cut. Scott also discusses his relationship between food, exercise, and his body image.

Music: https://www.davidcuttermusic.com / @dcuttermusic

September 20, 2021

Office Hours: Betting on Alibaba, When to Sell Your Start-Up, and Going to College Abroad

Scott answers a question about investing in Alibaba amid regulatory uncertainty in China. Scott then explains when to sell a company, discusses the state of the online tutoring space in China (which is also facing regulatory disruptions), and gives his thoughts on pursuing a university degree overseas.

Music: https://www.davidcuttermusic.com / @dcuttermusic

September 13, 2021

Office Hours: Square’s Social Solution, How Labor Got Crushed, and the Dangers of Bad Corporate Governance

Scott answers a question about whether Square should acquire Twitter. He also explains how a concentration of power among investment firms poses a threat to a healthy business ecosystem, and how an imbalance between capital and labor is driving people out of the workforce.

Music: https://www.davidcuttermusic.com / @dcuttermusic

August 30, 2021

Office Hours: The Investing Episode

Scott answers a question about whether buying a house is a good long-term investment. He also discusses how to take advantage of compound interest, how to hedge against inflation, and offers advice on what to do with inherited wealth.

August 23, 2021

Office Hours: The Education Episode

Scott answers a question about fair pay for teachers. He also explains why he’ll be heartbroken if his kids don’t end up going to college, despite all his qualms with the higher education system. Scott then shares his thoughts on how to address mental health on university campuses and offers suggestions for building more equitable institutions.

August 16, 2021

Office Hours: App Store Fees, Remote vs. In-Person Learning, and Spending Time with Sick Loved Ones

Scott answers a question in reference to Elon Musk’s comment about Apple’s App Store, and whether Amazon is also part of the problem regarding the high fees for developers. Scott also discusses why he thinks in-person learning is a superior method compared to online learning in certain circumstances. He then gives a listener advice on navigating how to spend their time when a loved one is dying.

Music: https://www.davidcuttermusic.com / @dcuttermusic

August 09, 2021

Office Hours: Apple’s Dependency on Wireless Carriers, Productivity, and the Buy Now, Pay Later Revolution

Scott answers a question about whether fintech disruptors like Klarna and Affirm have a responsibility to educate younger consumers on how to bank responsibly. He also shares his thoughts on how Apple can continue to vertically integrate, offers career advice to someone with a job opportunity in Berlin, and shares how he stays productive.

Music: https://www.davidcuttermusic.com / @dcuttermusic

August 02, 2021

Office Hours: Online Advertising, Seed Funding, and Teaching Entrepreneurship

Scott answers a question about what advertising might look like after the death of the cookie. He also shares his thoughts on what it takes to capture the attention of investors, and considers a proposal for an entrepreneurial-focused high school.

Music: https://www.davidcuttermusic.com / @dcuttermusic

July 26, 2021

Office Hours: Auto Industry Rundles, Fintech Winners, and the Future of Office Space

Scott answers a question about Tesla’s new monthly subscription service. He also shares his thoughts on stand-out fintech players, offers a prediction for the future of coworking spaces, and gives career advice to someone looking to build economic security for their family.

Music: https://www.davidcuttermusic.com / @dcuttermusic

July 19, 2021

Office Hours: Google vs. Airbnb, SPAC IPOs, Real Estate Investments, and Brick-and-Mortar Stores

Scott answers a question about Google’s dominance in the travel space, and how Airbnb manages to hold its own. He also shares his thoughts on how companies that go public via SPAC are perceived, why real estate is a solid investment, and why opening physical stores can be a powerful branding move — even for a tech company like Amazon.

Music: https://www.davidcuttermusic.com / @dcuttermusic

June 28, 2021

Office Hours: Market Corrections, Zoom's Next Move, Why Location Matters, and Escaping the Big Five

Scott answers a question about the next economic slowdown, which he thinks is imminent. He also shares his thoughts on what Zoom needs to do to maintain its valuation in a post-pandemic world, why it’s still important to be based near your customers, and what to do if you want to escape the clutches of the Big Five tech companies.
Music: https://www.davidcuttermusic.com / @dcuttermusic

June 21, 2021

Office Hours: Fintech IPOs, Apple's Search Game, Checking Your Morals, and Dating Post-Covid

Scott answers a question on SoFi’s IPO, plus the record number of Fintech companies going public. He also shares his thoughts on whether Apple should acquire Neeva and make it its default search engine. Scott then gives dating advice to the young and single in an era of dating apps, and tells us how to navigate working in an industry that challenges our values. Music: https://www.davidcuttermusic.com / @dcuttermusic

June 14, 2021

Office Hours: Tesla's Competition, Identity Verification, the Scam of Tenure, and Public vs. Private Companies

Scott shares his thoughts on Tesla’s future in a more saturated EV market. He also answers questions on investing in the identity verification market, whether employee-owned businesses could replace publicly traded companies, and how to become a more active member of academia.
Music: https://www.davidcuttermusic.com / @dcuttermusic

June 07, 2021

Office Hours: Robo-advisors, Team Design, and the Consequences of Innovation

Dr. Sara Beckman of UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business joins Scott to answer a question about innovation in the robo-advisor space. They also share their thoughts on the costs and benefits of blockchain, how to structure successful teams, and why it’s crucial to have mentors you trust. Music: https://www.davidcuttermusic.com / @dcuttermusic

May 24, 2021

Office Hours: eBay’s Brand Bust, VC Geography, Public Service, and Home Buying Advice

Scott answers a question about where eBay stands in the Amazon era. He also shares his thoughts on the concentration of venture capital investments in California, Massachusetts, and New York, why it can be worth it to lose money in the housing market, and why the world needs young Americans to participate in public service.

Music: https://www.davidcuttermusic.com / @dcuttermusic

May 17, 2021

Office Hours: Blockchain in the Music Industry, Divisive Concepts, Gratitude, and the Value of DEI

Scott answers a question on how NFTs might disrupt the music industry. He also shares his thoughts on the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion to any successful business. Scott then addresses the push in certain states to ban “divisive concepts” in schools and answers a question on how to practice gratitude.

May 10, 2021

Office Hours: Weed Winners, Apple’s Rundle, Movie Theaters, and Deciding to Be an Entrepreneur

Scott shares his thoughts on who the winners of the cannabis industry will be, and why he still enjoys a little THC from time to time. Scott also answers questions on where the movie theater industry is headed after a catastrophic 2020, whether Apple should expand its rundle with its own social media network, and how to decide between pursuing entrepreneurship or a career at a global company.

May 03, 2021

Office Hours: Income Inequality, Executive MBAs, ESG, and the Future of Smart Homes

Scott answers a question about where the smart home industry is headed now that nearly half of American households use a smart home product. Scott also shares his thoughts on how companies can expedite environmental, social and corporate governance, how to know if you’ve progressed beyond the need for an executive MBA, and the correlation between income inequality and companies that achieve “unicorn” status.

April 26, 2021

Office Hours: Investing in the Private Markets, Going Vertical, Pursuing a Phd, and Building a Network

Scott answers a question about how SaaS or B2B companies could go vertical — or in other words, control as much of the consumer’s end-to-end experience as possible. Scott also answers questions about his decision to invest in the private markets, deciding whether to pursue a PhD, and how to build a professional network outside of your academic institution. 

April 19, 2021

Office Hours: Coinbase’s IPO, Higher Ed, Mentors, and Building Great Teams

Scott answers a question about whether Coinbase could be the AOL of crypto exchanges — “new technology, a little bit mysterious, a little bit complicated.” Scott also shares his thoughts on finding mentors within your workplace, his hiring process, and why higher education needs to be a hybrid between online and in-person.

April 12, 2021

Office Hours: IPOs, Net Promoter Scores, and Investing in Yourself

Scott answers a question about Deliveroo’s disastrous IPO and whether it’s smart to allow retail investors in on an IPO. Scott also shares his thoughts on how marketers can improve their Net Promoter Scores (NPS), how to address your career needs with your partner, and the best personal investments young people can make. 
Have a question for Scott? Email a voice recording to officehours@profgmedia.com.

April 05, 2021

Office Hours: NFTs, Bullish Investments, and Empathy

Welcome to our first solo Office Hours episode. Scott answers a question about whether he could create a Prof G coin and build his own rundle. He also tells us the investment opportunities he likes in the Edtech and Telehealth spaces, shares resources for learning more about finance, and explains why business leaders need to practice empathy.

Have a question for Scott? Email a voice recording to officehours@profgmedia.com