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.
Rob Chesnut: Former General Counsel and Chief Ethics Officer of AirBnb and Author
Silicon Valley expert Robert Chesnut teaches that companies that do not think seriously about a crucial element of corporate culture--integrity--are destined to fail.
He has written a book called Intentional Integrity: How Smart Companies Can Lead an Ethical Revolution. It provides a six-step process to foster and manage a culture of integrity in organizations.
This week on Remarkable People, Guy speaks with Robert Chesnut, General Counsel at AirBnb, about ethics and responsibility.
Juliet Funt: Productivity Expert, Author, and Tough-Love Advisor
Do you struggle for time to be creative and just think in your day? This interview with Juliet Funt, author of Time to Think, is here to give you more space, enhance your creativity, and help you be more productive. She's worked with teams of big companies to help them be more successful. You'll be inspired to find more white space in your day after this interview on Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People podcast with Juliet Funt.
Dr. Leana Wen: Physician, Author, and CNN Medical Expert
“Public health saved your life today―you just don’t know it,” is a phrase that Dr. Leana Wen likes to use. You don’t know it because good public health is invisible. It becomes visible only in its absence, when it is underfunded and ignored, a bitter truth laid bare as never before by the devastation of COVID-19.
Leana Wen―emergency physician, former Baltimore health commissioner, CNN medical analyst, and Washington Post contributing columnist―has lived on the front lines of public health, leading the fight against the opioid epidemic, outbreaks of infectious disease, maternal and infant mortality, and COVID-19 disinformation. Listen to Dr. Leana Wen on this episode of Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People podcast.
Adam Curry: Legendary MTV VJ, OG Podcaster, and Tech Pioneer
Adam Curry was one of the VJs (video jockeys) of MTV back in the 1980s. In this position, he “interviewed” some of the most popular musicians of the time including Michael Jackson and Paul McCartney.
Adam is an early tech adopter and pioneer because he embraced the web and podcasting long before other people. He helped make podcasting “a thing” by collaborating with Dave Winer on podcasting technology, and he created one of the first podcasts, the Daily Source Code.
In 2005 Steve Jobs previewed Apple’s podcasting efforts by playing the Daily Source Code on stage at D, the most exclusive tech conference. It is a huge deal when Steve used a product like this.
Adam also started companies along the way that offered services such as web design, video-sharing, incubation, and podcasting.
He currently co-hosts the No Agenda podcast with John Dvorak. Get ready for another great interview on Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People podcast!
Jon M. Chu: Hollywood storyteller and director of Crazy Rich Asians and In the Heights
Hollywood Storyteller Jon M. Chu, director of Crazy Rich Asians and In the Heights, is this week's guest on Remarkable People podcast. He shares how his passion for creating video started and his love for Macs, much to Guy's delight. Jon also talks about the cultural importance of Crazy Rich Asians and In the Heights. A must-listen for creatives, storytellers, and movie lovers! Tune into Remarkable People and enjoy!
Mark Schulman: Author and Rock Star Drummer for P!nk and Cher
Mark Schulman has performed for more than a billion people in his 30 plus year career. He’s been the drummer for some of the greatest musical artists in history, including P!nk, Foreigner, Cher, Billy Idol, Stevie Nicks, Beyoncé, Tina Turner, and many more. In his first book, Conquering Life’s Stage Fright, through entertaining stories and innovative exercises, Mark reveals three core concepts that you can immediately employ to transform your anxieties — no matter what type of presentation, communication or performance is causing them — into a confident, world-class performance. You'll love this interview by Guy Kawasaki on this week's Remarkable People podcast!
LOVE this Podcast
Love how down to earth Guy is, compassionate and deep hearted questions to all of his his TRULY REMARKABLE guests. I made sure to only give him four stars, so you know it’s authentic. Also, thanks and Mahalo to Guys amazing crew.
Deep discussions with very remarkable people
I’ve been thoroughly enjoying Guy’s podcast interviews because he focuses so much on letting his guests own the discussion. I love the deep questions and time devoted to the interviews — I always learn and gain ideas and value from this podcast.
Great learnings and actionable insights
Guy is a master at drawing out powerful stories and actionable advice from his guests. I look forward to learning and enjoying each episode. Keep up the great work!