Brené with Guy Raz
on How I Built This
In this episode, I talk with Guy Raz, the creator and host of the popular podcasts How I Built This, Wisdom from the Top, and The Rewind. Guy and I dig into the importance of an entrepreneurial mindset, what gets in the way of innovation, and the transformative power of story. I think his new book, How I Built This: The Unexpected Paths to Success from the World’s Most Inspiring Entrepreneurs should be mandatory reading in business schools – it’s an incredible playbook!
Guy Raz is the creator and host of the popular podcasts How I Built This, Wisdom from the Top, and the Rewind on Spotify. He’s also the co-creator of the acclaimed podcasts TED Radio Hour and the children’s program Wow in the World. He’s received the Edward R. Murrow Award, the Daniel Schorr Journalism Prize, the National Headliner Award, and the NABJ Award, among many others and was a Nieman journalism fellow at Harvard. He lives in the Bay Area. His new book, How I Built This: The Unexpected Paths to Success from the World’s Most Inspiring Entrepreneurs, came out in September 2020.
How I Built This with Guy Raz from NPR
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Wisdom from the Top by Built-It Productions
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