ChatGPT has blown the minds of everyone who interacts with it. Whether it's a quick answer, a recipe, a song, an article, or a conversation on global economic well-being strategy, ChatGPT has the answer (or an answer) immediately. In this episode, we dive into ChatGPT and where we think this technology will take the world - you don't want to miss this episode!
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This episode of my podcast is a special one and is dedicated to my mother. Jay and I reflect on the 4-week leave of absence I took recently to travel, reflect, spend time in Japan, and walk the ancient spiritual mountain pilgrimage trail, the Kumano Kodo.
In today's world, company culture can take many different meanings - some based on deep-rooted aspirations from founders, and others simply to check a box. In this episode, we dive into my thoughts on company culture, what it takes to create a strong company culture, how to maintain strong culture signals for a remote workforce, and as always - my advice to a new CEO on how to create, and sustain a strong company culture. We also talked about a particularly special moment in time I experienced during this year's Code Conference. The topic was Steve Jobs, the panel was Tim Cook, Jony Ive, and Lauren Powell Jobs, and the conversation was terrific. Enjoy the episode!
In this episode, Jay and I discuss how my business management style has evolved over the years. It was a great opportunity to reflect on my evolution as a manager and leader. In this episode's JOL question: what would I recommend to my younger self?
The mental noise in today's age is painful, but a necessary evil. The question then becomes, how do you stay focused, and how do you keep your people concentrated on the intellectual undertaking of effective execution?
The Partnership. Catch up with Mezu’s CEO, Yuval Brisker, as he shares his thoughts on why he’s a huge believer in partnerships. There’s so much more to a partnership than what it seems at the surface. Come get your Jolt of Yuvalocity.
The building and the curatorship give a wonderful sense of endless art- a dwelling that you can indulge in an immersive and complete art experience.
The “inside the app” tipping policies for the gig economy food delivery apps mentioned in the NY Times article are indeed dismal. Is there a better way?