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My guest today is former CNN anchor and author, Brooke Baldwin. Brooke is a veteran journalist and Peabody Award finalist, who covered both the Obama and Trump administrations and reported on global news stories. She created and hosted CNN’s digital series American Woman, which promoted trailblazing women in politics and culture. This year she left…
 
My guest today is writer and author, Malcolm Gladwell. Throughout his career, Malcolm has written six popular books including Talking to Strangers, David and Goliath, Outliers, Blink, and The Tipping Point. He was a Staff Writer at The New Yorker for many years and is now the host of the Revisionist History podcast. We learn more about Malcolm as h…
 
My guest today is actor and author, Justin Baldoni. While you may know him from acting in Jane the Virgin or his films Five Feet Apart and Clouds, Justin has spent his life on a journey to understand what it means to be a man. After giving a TED Talk about being “man enough”, he wrote a book by that name, which we discuss in-depth during this podca…
 
My guest today is the anchor of CNN Tonight, Don Lemon. Over the course of his longtime media career, Don went from anchoring local news stations to being an NBC News correspondent to hosting CNN Tonight weeknights at 10 PM eastern time. As America’s only African American prime-time anchor, who is openly gay, he has covered racism, the failure of g…
 
My guest today is the co-founder and CEO of Airbnb, Brian Chesky. Brian is the epidemy of rags-to-riches having gone from not afford rent with his co-founder to founding the multibillion-dollar hospitality company Airbnb. Through his leadership, the company is used by more than 500 million customers in 191 countries. Despite being one of the bigges…
 
My guest today is the founder and CEO of Thrive Global, Arianna Huffington. Throughout the past decades, Arianna has become a prominent voice focused on media, politics, and well-being as the founder of both The Huffington Post and Thrive Global. She’s written 15 books, most recently Thrive, The Sleep Revolution, and Your Time to Thrive, and is one…
 
My guest today is actor, producer, comedian, and Founder of Crystal Head Vodka, Dan Aykroyd. Even though Dan intended on becoming a priest, he dropped out of college and worked as a comedian in Canadian nightclubs. He rose to fame as a cast member for Saturday Night Live and eventually starred in hit movies like The Blues Brothers and Ghostbusters.…
 
My guest today is co-host of The Five on Fox News, Dana Perino. Dana is the former White House Press Secretary for President George W. Bush, where she was the first Republican woman to hold the job. She served for over seven years in the administration, including at the Department of Justice after the terrorist attacks on 9/11. Currently, she’s a F…
 
My guest today is former NASA astronaut Scott Kelly. Scott is best known for spending a record-breaking year in space. He is a former US Navy fighter pilot, test pilot, and veteran of four spaceflights. After retiring in 2016, Scott has written a series of books including his latest one for children called “Goodnight, Astronaut”. We discuss the boo…
 
My guest today is co-host of The Talk on CBS, Sharon Osbourne. Throughout Sharon’s remarkable life, she was raised by a violent and manipulative father, married a rock star and helped launch his career, starred in a reality TV show with her family, and survived cancer. We discuss how she’s persevered despite her many life challenges during this pod…
 
My guest today is a professional athlete and author, Tim Tebow. Tim is a two-time national champion, first-round NFL draft pick, and Heisman Trophy winner. After playing for the Denver Broncos, New York Jets, Philadelphia Eagles, and New England Patriots, he decided to pursue a career with the New York Mets as a left fielder and designated hitter. …
 
My guest today is former WWE Hall of Famer turned TV host, Stone Cold Steve Austin. Steve is most known as being one of the most successful wrestlers of all time with 19 total championships and as the “poster boy” for WWE’s Attitude Era. He is the only wrestler to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame by Chairman Vince McMahon. Since retiring he ha…
 
My guest today is actress and author, Priyanka Chopra Jonas. Priyanka moved a lot growing up and had to face racism and bullying in school. But she never gave up on herself, and with the support of her family, she eventually became Miss World and later appeared in more than sixty films produced in India and the United States. In 2015, she made hist…
 
My guest today is bestselling author, Robert Greene. Robert has mastered the arts of psychology and understanding what drives us and has incorporated his research and insights into many bestselling books, including The 48 Laws of Power, The Art of Seduction, and his latest, The Laws of Human Nature. During this episode, Robert and I have a deep con…
 
My guest today is stand-up comedian, Lewis Black. Lewis is known for his regular appearances on The Daily Show, his Comedy Central standup’s, and being the voice of Anger in the Pixar film Inside Out. We discuss the root of his anger, being optimistic during troubling times and why building a career shouldn’t be about the money, during this podcast…
 
My guest today is singer, songwriter, and pianist, Tori Amos. Tori has composed songs that focus on a broad range of topics including politics and religion since the 1980s. She’s been listed as VH1’s “100 Greatest Women of Rock and Roll” and has received 5 MTV VMA and 8 Grammy Award nominations. I spoke to Tori about the times and tribulations of h…
 
My guest today is the star of Netflix’s Queereye, Bobby Berk. Bobby struggled growing up gay in a Christian conservative household and then overcame homelessness to build a successful interior design company and star as a member of The Fab Five on the Emmy-winning Netflix show Queer Eye. We discuss his experiences in this podcast episode. The 5 que…
 
My guest today is the star of CNBC’s The Profit and Streets of Dreams, Marcus Lemonis. Marcus is not only the CEO of Camping World but is an investor and champion of numerous small businesses with over $75 million invested. He recently added a Business Learning Center to his website to promote the business education we discuss in this podcast episo…
 
My guest today is researcher and author, Jim Collins. Jim is a student and teacher of what makes great companies tick, and a Socratic advisor to leaders in the business and social sectors. He is most known for his book Good to Great and his timeless business concepts. I spoke to him about the framework in his new book BE 2.0 for this podcast episod…
 
My guest today is actor, comedian and writer, Michael Ian Black. Over his 30-year comedy career, Michael has created and starred in TV shows, movies like Wet Hot American Summer, and a series of books for children and adults. I caught up with him to discuss his new book, A Better Man, which has a letter he wrote to his son about masculinity before …
 
My guest today is actor, comedian, producer and author, John Cleese. John is most known as the co-founder of the legendary Monty Python comedy group, writing and performing in the TV series and in films that include Monty Python and the Holy Grail and Monty Python’s Life of Brian. He has appeared in many other films, from James Bond to Harry Potter…
 
My guest today is one of the bestselling authors of all time, James Patterson. Patterson has written 147 novels since 1976. He has had 114 New York Times bestselling novels and holds The New York Times record for most #1 New York Times bestsellers by a single author, a total of 67, which is also a Guinness World Record. But, what he’s most known fo…
 
My guest today is Academy Award-winning actress, Natalie Portman. She started her acting career at the ripe age of 12 and has since starred in blockbuster movies like the Star Wars prequel trilogy, Black Swan, V for Vendetta, and No Strings Attached. Currently, she’s in Sydney Australia, where the upcoming Marvel film “Thor: Love and Thunder” will …
 
My guest today is holocaust survivor and author, Dr. Edith Eger. At 93-years-old, Edith is one of the very few remaining Holocaust survivors old enough to remember life at the concentration camps. Now as a clinical psychologist, she’s processed her life trauma and shows us all how to stop being victims in our own lives in her book “The Gift”. I’ve …
 
My guest today is the host of The Dr. Phil Show, Dr. Phil McGraw. After achieving his childhood goal of becoming a psychologist, Dr. Phil co-founded Courtroom Sciences, Inc providing litigation psychology, jury selection, and other services to major companies. It was there where he began working with Oprah who invited him on her show and the rest i…
 
My guest today is the host and author of How I Built This, Guy Raz. He started his career as an intern at NPR’s “All Things Considered”, then became a foreign correspondent before taking a two-year stint at CNN. Guy then returned to NPR, starting hit shows like the TED Radio Hour and the How I Built This podcast, where he interviews famous entrepre…
 
My guest today is fashion designer, Betsey Johnson. Betsey has been rocking the fashion industry with her unique designs since the 1960s. She became known for her over-the-top fashion and doing cartwheels ending in a split at the end of fashion shows. Her journey from dancing in her childhood to filing for bankruptcy is captured in her new memoir t…
 
My guest today is Academy Award–winning actor, Matthew McConaughey. You might know Matthew as the A-list actor that has appeared in over 40 feature films that have grossed over $1 billion like “Dazed and Confused” and Dallas Buyers Club”, but he’s also a deeper thinker, family man, and professor. After decades of keeping a journal, he captured much…
 
My guest today is fashion designer and entrepreneur, Steve Madden. Steve started his first company back in 1990 with a mere $1,100 selling shoes out of the trunk of his car and today his company is worth over $3 billion. Along the way, he struggled with alcohol addiction and went to jail for over two years for stock fraud. Steve’s story of both fai…
 
My guest today is singer and former Fifth Harmony member, Ally Brooke. Ally rose to fame as part of the multiplatinum music group Fifth Harmony before launching her solo career last year. She competed in ABC’s Dancing With The Stars then embarked on her Time To Shine Tour at the start of this year. After receiving billions of streams for her music …
 
My guest today is the co-founder of The Home Depot, and owner of The Atlanta Falcons, Arthur Blank. Arthur built The Home Depot from an idea back in 1987 to a $50 billion-dollar company with 2,285 locations and is the leading home improvement retailer in the world. In this episode, we delve into what makes a “Good Company”, based on his new book, a…
 
My guest today is the chef and founder of Momofuku and the star of Netflix’s Ugly Delicious, David Chang. Since opening Momofuku Noodle Bar in New York City back in 2004, he’s been honored with six James Beard Awards and has been recognized as a TIME 100 honoree. In this episode, David opens up about his many life struggles as he illustrates in his…
 
My guest today is the co-founder and CEO of Whole Foods, John Mackey. John grew Whole Foods from founding it in 1980 to becoming a $13 billion Fortune 500 company, with over 80,000 employees, which he eventually sold to Amazon in 2017. I first interviewed him back in 2013 when he was starting to evangelize the conscious capitalism movement, then ca…
 
My guest today is the Co-Founder, Co-CEO, and Chairman of Netflix, Reed Hastings. After speaking to the other Netflix Co-Founder, Marc Randolph, for episode 53, I was delighted at the opportunity to speak with Reed to get the other side of the Netflix story, as well as learn from his experiences building the company and their workplace culture. Sin…
 
My guest today is a former monk turned social media phenomenon and author of Think Like a Monk, Jay Shetty. I first met Jay several years ago in New York City and right away, I knew he was someone very special with a bright future. In one of our early conversations, he mentioned his interest in writing a book called “Think Like a Monk” and that boo…
 
My guest today is one-third of the Grammy Award-winning hip-hop music group Naughty by Nature, Vin Rock. Since the group formed in the 1980s, they’ve produced hits including “O.P.P.”, “Feel Me Flow” and “Hip Hop Hooray” and worked with everyone from Queen Latifah, who mentored them originally, as well as Easy-E and Run-D.M.C. More recently, they un…
 
My guest today is psychotherapist, author, and podcast host Lori Gottlieb. Lori is best known as the author of the bestselling book, “Maybe You Should Talk to Someone”, which has helped start a global conversation about human connection, which is what I’ve also been promoting. She writes the weekly “Dear Therapist” advice column for The Atlantic an…
 
My guest today is actress, producer, and author, Patricia Heaton. Patricia is best known for her starring roles in the sitcoms Everybody Loves Raymond, The Middle, and Carol’s Second Act. In this episode, you’ll learn how her mom’s death impacted her life, how she’s reinvented herself, overcome obstacles, and why being both a leaper and planner hav…
 
An interview with Gretchen Carlson about the biggest career decisions she’s made, standing against sexual harassment, being courageous, finding common ground, and her best career advice. You’re listening to the 5 Questions podcast and I’m your host, Dan Schawbel. In fewer than 10 minutes, my goal is to extract the best advice from the world’s smart…
 
An interview with D.L. Hughley about how he turned his life around after joining a gang as a teenager, where he gets his work ethic from, how to create a more equal society, why comedy is effective in addressing political and social issues, and his best career advice. Welcome to the 94th episode of 5 Questions with Dan Schawbel. As your host, my go…
 
An interview with Al Roker about why we should avoid long-term career plans, why he decided to move to New York to pursue his career, how he landed his first job, manages multiple side hustles, and his best career advice. Welcome to the 93rd episode of 5 Questions with Dan Schawbel. As your host, my goal is to curate the best advice from the world’…
 
An interview with Chamath Palihapitiya about what he learned during his identity crisis, how people can sustain themselves right now, what all successful entrepreneurs have in common, why he gave up social media, and his best career advice. Welcome to the 92nd episode of 5 Questions with Dan Schawbel. As your host, my goal is to curate the best adv…
 
An interview with R.L. Stine about his decision to become a writer, the most important storytelling elements in a book, how he writes books so frequently, adapts his writing to different age groups, and his best career advice. Welcome to the 91st episode of 5 Questions with Dan Schawbel. As your host, my goal is to curate the best advice from the w…
 
An interview with Richard Marx about how he originally became a musician, what he learned from Kenny Rogers, how his father’s death affected him, his new album, and his best career advice. Welcome to the 90th episode of 5 Questions with Dan Schawbel. As your host, my goal is to curate the best advice from the world’s smartest and most interesting p…
 
An interview with Stacey Abrams about inspiring people during this pandemic, how people can make a positive change, the importance of voter rights, why she wrote several romance novels, and her best career advice. Welcome to the 89th episode of 5 Questions with Dan Schawbel. As your host, my goal is to curate the best advice from the world’s smarte…
 
An interview with Debra Messing about how her parents supported her career, how she’s challenged the status quo, staying positive in the face of adversity, the global health crisis, and her best career advice. Welcome to the 88th episode of 5 Questions with Dan Schawbel. As your host, my goal is to curate the best advice from the world’s smartest a…
 
An interview with Patrick McGinnis about starting a side business while working full-time, how to start a business, prevent FOMO from affecting our daily lives and his best career advice. Welcome to the 87th episode of 5 Questions with Dan Schawbel. As your host, my goal is to curate the best advice from the world’s smartest and most interesting pe…
 
An interview with Meg Whitman about the difference between leading a Fortune 500 company and a startup, how to decide what risks are worth taking, what she learned from politics, how to manage during a crisis, and her best career advice. Welcome to the 86th episode of 5 Questions with Dan Schawbel. As your host, my goal is to curate the best advice…
 
An interview with Andrew Yang about how he created a political movement, how Universal Basic Income can enable people to follow their passion, how to prepare for the future of work, his decision making on the campaign trail, and his best career advice. Welcome to the 85th episode of 5 Questions with Dan Schawbel. As your host, my goal is to curate …
 
An interview with Jon Taffer about how entrepreneurs can build trust during a crisis, how his first job as a bartender made him empathetic, what successful relationships have in common, how he’s addressed his own excuses, and his best career advice. Welcome to the 84th episode of 5 Questions with Dan Schawbel. As your host, my goal is to curate the…
 
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