Ian Schrager, Marcus Aurelius, Supreme, Kith, Rick Rubin, Kanye West, SoulCycle, Sweetgreen, the Wu-Tang Clan, Danny Meyer, Tracy Chapman, Warren Buffett, Walt Disney, Jack’s Wife Freda, Starbucks, A24, Picasso, Banksy, In-N-Out Burger, Intel, Tom Brady, Mission Chinese, Nike, Masayoshi Takayama, Oprah, the Baal Shem Tov.What do they all have in common? They have discovered their purpose and unlocked their creative potential. We have been born into a time when the tools to make our dreams a reality are available and, for the most part, affordable. We have the freedom to manifest our truth, pursue our own path, and along the way discover our best selves. Whether as individuals or as part of a group, we can’t be held back by anything except lack of knowledge. The Age of Ideas provides that knowledge. It takes the listener on an incredible journey into a world of self-discovery, personal fulfillment, and modern entrepreneurship. The podcast starts by explaining how the world has shifted into this new paradigm and then outlines a step-by-step framework to turn your inner purpose and ideas into an empowered existence. Your ideas have more power than ever before, and when you understand how to manifest and share them, you will be on the road to making an impact in ways you never before imagined. Welcome to the Age of Ideas.
Season Finale: The End (of Season One) & Your New Beginning
It’s time to share what makes you special and serve the needs of others through a purpose greater than your selfish desires.
The Story of A24. Why Trust is Critical to Building a Modern Brand.
How A24 build a great modern brand through trust, storytelling, and consistency.
Influence, Collaboration, & Storytelling with Conde Nast, Louis Vuitton and Steve Jobs
How to build influence through collaboration and storytelling.
Sharing vs. Advertising, the Marketers Winning Hand
How to market effectively in the modern world, the Age of Ideas.
Kith, Nike, & Jack's Wife Freda, The Making of a Modern Brand
How Kith strategically shared its purpose to create a global streetwear brand.
Some Days will Suck & Free to Fail with Michael Jordan, Ted Williams, & Ed Catmull of Pixar
Being Free to Fail and Accepting that Some Days will Suck
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At first reading Alan’s book chapter by chapter allowed one to read slowly and absorb his amazing insight into human nature and business. Alan was able to introduce his ideas and the reader was truly able to relate to his or her own life and take notes as well.
Then came the audiobook and the ability to hear those words, those thoughts, those questions again in chapters. You listened walking, on your way to work.....lying in bed or at a desk. Because of the form and the reader and the identifiable music you listened to and absorbed on a different level.
Thank you Alan for being a mentor to so many in so many ways. Your honesty and your writing and your counseling have helped many to start on their careers and live a good and productive life.
We look forward to more ....when you can take the time to put your thoughts to paper and share.
Inspirational, Insightful and Authentically Original
Stumbling upon this podcast was the exact dose of inspiration and knowledge I needed on my creative journey. The episodes are the perfect length and really focuses on living an abundant life driven by purpose. As a current job-seeker in COVID times, these episodes have been helpful in staying true to my highest self as I pursue a new career path.
Really original and smart business podcast
I initially read Alan’s book Rules of Magic and was thrilled to see that he’s launched a podcast. His unique outlook on brand building, marketing and business is a breath of fresh air amongst the cookie cutter “how I built this” rip offs. Looking forward to more eps!