Earlier this year I was invited to New York for an interview with Big Think. Big Think interviews opinionated people from the world of business, politics, religion, charity, academia, science, etc.
We talked for close to an hour, but it was a 6-minute segment on why you can’t work at work that really resonated with their audience. In just eight months the interview has been watched over 1,000,000 times (thank you!). Here are some other popular Big Think interviews from 2010.
A couple weeks ago Big Think came to Chicago to film a second interview with me for their HP-backed INPUT|OUTPUT series. Here it is:
We talked about the modern office, VC funding, why to be less ambitious up front, common mistakes new businesses make, the difference between spending money and making money, the importance of hiring late, and how marketing departments get it wrong.
If you don’t want to watch the whole thing, you can jump to a specific segment on the Big Think site.