Burkeman is the author ofThe Antidote:
Happiness for People Who Can’t Stand Positive
Thinking. He also writes a column for The Guardian
called This Column Will Change Your
Life in which he explores psychology and
When I first learned
of the title of his book, I wasn’t yet familiar
What if you get everything
you’ve ever wanted and it’s still unfulfilling? What
Men’s coach Tripp Lanier is the
author of the newly released, This Book Will Make you
Dangerous: The Irreverent Guide for Men who Refuse to
Settle. Since 2005, Tripp has spent thousands of hours
coaching people on how to get...
At 23 years-old, Michael
Brody-Waite drank a fifth of vodka and a 12-pack of beer everyday.
He smoked tons of weed and cigarettes, and would “do any drug he
could get his hands on.” When he wasn’t throwing up blood, he was
mooching off--or just stealing from--his
2013, Julie Saxon’s career was rocking along. The mother of two
young girls had just gotten a big promotion, and was managing the
work-life balance quite nicely. Later that year, everything changed
when her husband, Joel, was diagnosed with stage
4 colorectal cancer cancer. Thus began a six-year
Crazy Money exists to explore the connection between money and happiness. Listen as comedian and former Facebook sales VP, Paul Ollinger interviews entrepreneurs, celebrities, authors, artists, and others with a unique perspective on money, wealth and careers. Each week's guest shares how they’ve gotten money right or wrong, and discusses the misconceptions and mistakes that have led them to where they are today. The tone is always honest, irreverent, and funny.
This is not a podcast about how to make a million bucks, how to beat the stock market or how to save money by switching cable providers. It’s about how we think about and live with money, as a society, and as individuals. It’s about the choices we make that lead us toward or away from happiness.