361 episodes

Why do humans do what they do? Carl Richards uses a Sharpie to explore human behavior around money, emotions, creative work and just about everything else people decide to try. Behavior Gap Radio captures Carl's stories and insights.

Behavior Gap Radio: Exploring human behavior...with a Sharpie Carl Richards: Human Behavior, Creativity, Behavioral Finance

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8 • 65 Ratings

Why do humans do what they do? Carl Richards uses a Sharpie to explore human behavior around money, emotions, creative work and just about everything else people decide to try. Behavior Gap Radio captures Carl's stories and insights.

    156 | Confidence Part 2

    156 | Confidence Part 2

    156 | Confidence Part 2 by Carl Richards: Human Behavior, Creativity, Behavioral Finance

    • 8 min
    155 | Frequency vs Impact

    155 | Frequency vs Impact

    155 | Frequency vs Impact by Carl Richards: Human Behavior, Creativity, Behavioral Finance

    • 5 min
    154 | Confidence Part 1

    154 | Confidence Part 1

    154 | Confidence Part 1 by Carl Richards: Human Behavior, Creativity, Behavioral Finance

    • 4 min
    153 | Confidence Resilience Sleep

    153 | Confidence Resilience Sleep

    153 | Confidence Resilience Sleep by Carl Richards: Human Behavior, Creativity, Behavioral Finance

    • 5 min
    152 | Security Is A Feeling

    152 | Security Is A Feeling

    152 | Security Is A Feeling by Carl Richards: Human Behavior, Creativity, Behavioral Finance

    • 1 min
    151 | The Zinger

    151 | The Zinger

    151 | The Zinger by Carl Richards: Human Behavior, Creativity, Behavioral Finance

    • 6 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
65 Ratings

65 Ratings

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Heart

Carl Richards is the heart of financial planning. Thank you for all that you.

MrsK223 ,

This podcast makes you go hmmmm

Be prepared for one truth bomb after another. Be prepared to stop and rethink your perspective. Be prepared to open your mind. #rawtruth

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Great podcast

Carl is awesome. He helps you think and not the usual financial cliches.

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