Host Alex Lieberman talks with the biggest names in business and asks them the questions you’d want to ask yourself. From VCs and DTC to streaming and social media, Alex explores the stories behind the headlines you’re reading. Swap your coffee for a beer, swap your eyes for your ears, and join us—you know the dress code.
No one remembers a brand without a story
Kerstin Emhoff tells us about the power of strong storytelling, how to craft a brand narrative, and what makes commercials go viral
How do you commoditize FOMO?
Aaron Levant, CEO of NTWRK, joins us to explain drop culture, the shortcomings of the current retail space, and livestream video shopping.
Art investing for the 99.99%
Scott Lynn, CEO of MasterWorks, tells us about art as an asset class and the process of investing in shares of famous artwork.
Wealth management, explained
Today we'll hear from Kristin Lemkau, who's breaking down the ins and outs of wealth management, why it’s right for everyone, and the industry changes she’s seen throughout her 22 years at JP Morgan Chase.
There’s no winner takes all in the creator economy
We hear about how YouTuber Marques Brownlee gradually built his audience and his approach to scaling his business.
"Creators are eating the world"
On this episode, we discuss what the passion economy is, how it differs from the gig economy, and what it means for the future of work.
The guests are interesting but are instigated by great questions.
New host is not good.
I thought the new host was an Alexa-like bot and not a real person for a couple episodes. It used to be a ‘go-to’ podcast for me, but if there’s not a change in host, I’m probably hitting unsubscribe. I’m guessing I’m not the only one. Bring back Kinsey!
Still fun content but doesn’t listen as well
I used to like listening with Kinsey, but the new host is too structured. It seems more edited, with less time between question & answer and not as conversational. I liked how Kinsey would push the guest on their response, not always agree with them.