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Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People features interviews with thought leaders, legends, and iconoclasts such as Jane Goodall, Stephen Wolfram, Margaret Atwood, Woz, Martha Stewart, and Leon Panetta. Every episode will make you a little more remarkable.

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Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People features interviews with thought leaders, legends, and iconoclasts such as Jane Goodall, Stephen Wolfram, Margaret Atwood, Woz, Martha Stewart, and Leon Panetta. Every episode will make you a little more remarkable.

    Kara Goldin: Founder and CEO of Hint, Author of Undaunted

    Kara Goldin: Founder and CEO of Hint, Author of Undaunted

    This episode’s guest is Kara Goldin. She is the founder, CEO, and chief taster of Hint, the lifestyle company that sells bottled water and hand sanitizers

    Prior to Hint, she has worked for are AOL, CNN, and Time. And, well, technically, the TeePee restaurant in Arizona. She is a graduate of Arizona State University.

    The episode starts with a story about an executive from a large beverage company in Atlanta addressing her as “sweetie” and how that was a pivotal moment in her undaunted quest to start a company that sold bottled water.

    Today Hint is over fifteen years old and sales exceed $150 million. It gone from employing Kara and her husband to over employs 200 people.

    In this episode we discussed:
    🍊 what it takes to make a cold call
    🍎 get your products into Whole Foods
    🍋 and, in general, how to be undaunted

    This episode is brought to you by reMarkable, the paper tablet. It's my favorite way to take notes, sign contracts, and save all the instruction manuals to all the gadgets I buy. Learn more at remarkable.com

    I hope you enjoyed this podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes It takes less than sixty seconds, and it really makes a difference in swaying new listeners and upcoming guests. I might read your review on my next episode!

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    • 55 min
    Robert Rosenberg: Former CEO of Dunkin Donuts and Author of Around the Corner to Around the World

    Robert Rosenberg: Former CEO of Dunkin Donuts and Author of Around the Corner to Around the World

    Today’s guest on Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People is the former CEO of Dunkin Donuts, Robert Rosenberg.

    Shortly after his graduation from the Harvard MBA program in 1963, he took over a family business named Universal Food Systems. He was 25 at the time. This small, but diversified organization, morphed into Dunkin Donuts--now named simply Dunkin. You’ll find out why its name changed, actually.

    He ran Dunkin Donuts from 1963 to 1998. At the time of his retirement, Dunkin Brands represented 6,500 locations including Baskin-Robbins and Togos. After his retirement, he became an adjunct professor at FW Olin Graduate School of Business at Babson while serving on the board of directors of Domino’s Pizza (approximately 1,500 locations at the time) and Sonic Corporation (approximately 1,700 locations at the time).

    He has a new book coming out called AROUND THE CORNER TO AROUND THE WORLD: A Dozen Lessons I Learned Running Dunkin’ Donuts.

    In this interview he covers topics such as:

    ° The challenges of a family business
    ° Focus vs diversity in product offerings
    ° The role of a CEO
    ° The role of a board of directors
    ° The process of planning and budgeting

    This episode is brought to you by reMarkable, the paper tablet. It's my favorite way to take notes, sign contracts, and save all the instruction manuals to all the gadgets I buy. Learn more at remarkable.com

    I hope you enjoyed this podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes It takes less than sixty seconds, and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I might read your review on my next episode!

    Sign up for Guy's weekly email at http://eepurl.com/gL7pvD

    Connect with Guy on social media:
    Twitter: twitter.com/guykawasaki
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    LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/guykawasaki/
    Read Guy’s books: https://guykawasaki.com/books/

    Thank you for listening and sharing this episode with your community.

    • 54 min
    Sal Khan: Innovative Educator and Founder of Khan Academy

    Sal Khan: Innovative Educator and Founder of Khan Academy

    While working at a successful hedge fund Sal Khan began tutoring his cousin when he learned she was struggling with math. After realizing that the social aspect of learning can add pressure, he started creating video lessons. His cousins loved learning by video and could rewind challenging sections. He started writing code to help track student progress and keep track of their goals. Sal democratized education by scaling what he learned about tutoring to create Khan Academy which is currently serving 30 million students a month during the pandemic. Khan Academy's mission is to provide a free world-class education for anyone, anywhere. Very smart insights about the SATS, virtual learning, and how children are learning today. His non-profit is helping students all over the world keep up on their studies at a time when traditional educational opportunities are limited and stretched thin by challenges from the pandemic.

    This episode is brought to you by reMarkable, the paper tablet. It's my favorite way to take notes, sign contracts, and save all the instruction manuals to all the gadgets I buy. Learn more at remarkable.com

    I hope you enjoyed this podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes It takes less than sixty seconds, and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I might read your review on my next episode!

    Sign up for Guy's weekly email at http://eepurl.com/gL7pvD

    Connect with Guy on social media:
    Twitter: twitter.com/guykawasaki
    Instagram: instagram.com/guykawasaki
    Facebook: facebook.com/guy
    LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/guykawasaki/
    Read Guy’s books: https://guykawasaki.com/books/

    Thank you for listening and sharing this episode with your community.

    • 58 min
    Tim Ferriss: Best-Selling Author of The Four Hour Work Week, Best of iTunes Podcaster, and Tech Investor

    Tim Ferriss: Best-Selling Author of The Four Hour Work Week, Best of iTunes Podcaster, and Tech Investor

    Tim Ferriss discusses being an online influencer, a multiple best-selling author of The Four Hour Work Week and four other books, depression, and why physical exercise is so important to him.

    People sometimes refer to him as the Oprah of Audio because his podcast has been downloaded more than 500 million times.

    He’s also got the angel investor golden touch with stakes in Uber, Facebook, Shopify, Duolingo, and Alibaba.

    But this episode isn’t completely feel good, pixie dust, and unicorns. We delve into heavy topics such as depression and suicide. He also explains the role of physical exercise in his wellbeing, why he doesn’t use social media anymore, and how to grow a podcast.

    We did geek out about John McPhee after we discovered our mutual admiration for his work. I know this is off-topic, but after you listen to this episode, do yourself a favor and read any of John McPhee’s books.

    This episode is brought to you by reMarkable, the paper tablet. It's my favorite way to take notes, sign contracts, and save all the instruction manuals to all the gadgets I buy. Learn more at remarkable.com

    I hope you enjoyed this podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes It takes less than sixty seconds, and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I might read your review on my next episode!

    Sign up for Guy's weekly email at http://eepurl.com/gL7pvD

    Connect with Guy on social media:
    Twitter: twitter.com/guykawasaki
    Instagram: instagram.com/guykawasaki
    Facebook: facebook.com/guy
    LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/guykawasaki/
    Read Guy’s books: https://guykawasaki.com/books/

    • 56 min
    Randy Nonnenberg: Founder of Bring a Trailer. Cars and pursuing your passion.

    Randy Nonnenberg: Founder of Bring a Trailer. Cars and pursuing your passion.

    This week's guest on Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People podcast is Randy Nonnenberg. He is responsible for thousands of hours of lost productivity because he is a cofounder of Bring a Trailer. This is a website for buying and selling collectible cars. He's been at it for ten years. Before that he worked for BMW.

    Here's a BS degree in mechanical engineering from Stanford and an MBA from UC Berkeley. In 2019, Bring a Trailer had 100,000 registered bidders, 11,000 listings in 2 million monthly visitors. It currently has 300 listings per week. Malcolm Gladwell is among the people that lose hours of productivity on the site.

    Bring a Trailer started as a hobby for Randy and has grown to be an existential threat to traditional car auctions with over fifty employees. You may not be into cars, but Randy's story is still interesting because it is one data point that pursuing your passion can work.
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    • 52 min
    Dionne Searcey: New York Times Reporter and Author. Investigative reporting and journalism.

    Dionne Searcey: New York Times Reporter and Author. Investigative reporting and journalism.

    This episode's guest on Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People Podcast is a remarkable international journalist named Dionne Searcey. She won a Pulitzer Prize with The New York Times in 2020 for International Reporting: Russian Assassins and her contribution from the Central African Republic. In 2014 Boko Haram kidnapped 250 girls from the Nigerian town of Chibok. This inspired the #Bringbackourgirls international campaign. Dionne went to northeastern Nigeria and into Cameroon to investigate the conversion of young girls to suicide bombers, battles between the Nigerian Army and Shiites, and Boko Haram raids on villages. She recently published a book called In Pursuit of Disobedient Women. She currently covers politics for the New York Times.

    • 59 min

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