The Episode “E162: Malcolm Gladwell: Working From Home Is Destroying Us!” of “The Diary Of A CEO with Steven Bartlett“
Malcolm Gladwell is an author who across his six bestsellers has sold millions and millions of books, and his podcast Revisionist History is listened to by millions and millions of listeners every week.
Malcolm blessed us with his insights on everything on how to deal with regrets to how to keep the memory of our loved ones alive, from America’s mass incarceration crisis to what was Steve Jobs actually good at?
Malcolm’s book, The Bomber Mafia, is out now in paperback, and his podcast, Revision History, is currently releasing its seventh season.
- Early years
- How did you learn humility
- When did you know you’d be a journalist?
- The impact location has on your career
- Are people that work too much happy?
- If you could make an amazing contribution to society at the cost of your happiness?
- The key to Innovation is delusion and lucky timing
- The importance of timing
- The power of writing
- Public speaking tactics
- Are you an emotional person?
- Why some relationships last and other don’t
- Feedback & meaningful work
- Why too much information is bad
- Is alcohol bad?
- Last guest question
Malcolms book: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bomber-Mafia-Story-Set-War/dp/024153500X
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A few years ago I was a broke, university dropout, living in one of the worst parts of the country, alone, with nothing but a laptop & a dream. Fast forward a few years, I’m the 29 year old ex CEO of one of the UK’s fastest growing companies. That company is called Social Chain. My world is intense, sometimes crazy, always challenging and always unpredictable. This podcast is simple, every week I’m going to share insights with you from guests with different backgrounds, experiences and learnings. I want to give you a look into what it’s like behind the scenes, being an entrepreneur, the deep, dark thoughts that nobody else will share with you and anything else that’s playing on my mind. This is not scripted and I don’t have questions I just see where the conversation takes me. This is the diary of a CEO, I’m Steven Bartlett. I hope nobody is listening, but if you are… keep this to yourself.