Kate, education executive & former CEO of The Princeton Review, breaks down the FOMO & FOBO provoking experience of choosing a college.
Craig Dubitsky, the nice guy behind disruptors Hello and EOS, knows building a brand around positivity doesn’t just give you warm fuzzies- it gives you breakout success.
On this week’s FOMO Sapiens!
Hate hangovers? So does Sisun, so he bet millions of Americans that felt the same would pay for a solution. Hear the story behind “Morning Recovery”, one of 2018’s most spectacular breakout startups.
Forward Majority’s Vicky Hausman leverages her organizational knowledge to heal our democratic process. See our discussion on this week’s FOMO Sapiens, available now!
As the founder of Rowing Blazers, Jack knows popular fashion has evolved quite a lot since then. Find out how he built a worldwide brand that blurs genres and creates its own influencers.
Khe Hy was a Wall Street analyst for 15 years and a managing director at the world’s largest investment management company. Find out why he’s now a blogger, author, and podcast director about happiness, self-examination, and quality of life.
The author of “Hooked” and the blog “Nir and Far,” Nir Eyal’s passion for consumer psychology has a particular focus: how technology can attract, motivate, and even addict us. On FOMO Sapiens, Nir tells us how we can master habits to send a powerful message and improve our own process.
Dorie Clark is passionate about the art and science of personal entrepreneurship- she writes, speaks, teaches, and does it. Today, the personal branding expert talks about the emotional jumps you need to take when you’re the product.
You probably already know MarketSnacks, the awesome market newsletter that makes financial news fun, accessible, and bite-sized.
But did you know founders Jack Kramer and Nick Martell began MarketSnacks as a 10%?
Find out how they did it.
Patrick McGinnis, creator of the term FOMO and host of the successful new podcast FOMO Sapiens was featured in two major publications last week. Business Insider spoke about Patrick’s strategies around starting a new venture, and the approach he takes in his personal life.
There was also an interview with Patrick by Tim Herrera, writer for the New York Times and editor of Smarter Living. Tim talked with Patrick about the origins of FOBO – Fear of a Better Option, a phrase McGinnis coined to describe a type of mental paralysis that can happen when making decisions – and FOMO, and how he feels about them both right now.
Take a few minutes to read these and make your own determination if you are living your live with FOMO.