Melinda Blau Interview

November 29th, 2009 by Lewis Frumkes

consequential-strangers

Do you believe in consequential strangers, people who seem at first glance to be unimportant but somehow end up playing a pivotal role in you life? Join me while I chat with Melinda Blau who reports about relationships and social trends, and has written a dozen books. Listen to her as she talks about her new book, Consequential Strangers: The Power of People Who Don’t Seem to Matter. You will find yourself thinking these seemingly inconsequential people do matter. . . and just knowing that  useful little piece of information will empower you.

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Steven Pinker Interview

January 18th, 2009 by Lewis Frumkes

the-stuff-of-thought Steven Pinker is one of the world’s greatest cognitive scientists and thinkers straight from Harvard and MIT. Pinker graced the cover of the New York Times Magazine recently talking about his own genome which he had allowed to be decoded. Pinker is not only bright and nice, he is genuinely bold intellectually and he is really interesting. Hear us banter.

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