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Jason Luis Silva (born February 6, 1982) is a Venezuelan American television personality, filmmaker, and public speaker. His goal is to use technology to excite people about philosophy and science.
Melanie "Mel" Robbins (October 6, 1968) is an American on-air CNN commentator, television host, life coach, author, motivational speaker, contributing editor for Success (magazine). Robbins is best known for her
Anthony Jay Robbins (born Anthony J. Mahavoric; February 29, 1960) is an American businessman, author, and philanthropist. He became well known from his infomercials and self-help books: Unlimited Power, Unleash
Today I speak with Gary Vaynerchuk. Gary Vaynerchuk is a New York Times and Wall Street Journal Best-Selling author, self-taught wine expert, and serial entrepreneur. Gary Vaynerchuk builds businesses. Fresh
Today I chat with Daymond John, an Entrepreneur and star of ABC's Shark Tank. Today he talks about what it takes to build a business and mistakes to avoid.
NYT bestselling author and human guinea pig Tim Ferriss comes back on the show to tell the wild stories of his new TV show and how we can all be
Thank you for Watching this powerful interview with Eric Thomas! New Interviews, and Inspirational videos will be posted every Monday and Wednesday!
Ever try to write a well-known passage in limerick form? It’s harder than you think. How about this one: “There once was a lady who’s sure / All that glitters
Careful what you criticize! Not long ago, some words that sound perfectly normal today were considered gauche and grating on the ear. If the complainers had had their way, we
f you’re nibbling on slippery Jims or sipping sweet soup, chances are you’re in the Badger State. It’s the language of Wisconsin — explained at last. Also, the famous abolitionist
This week on "A Way with Words": We often hear that English is going to hell in a handbasket. Actually, though, linguistic handwringing about sinking standards and sloppy speech has
The books we love as children may influence our careers more than we realize. As a child, Martha was fascinated with stories of cracking codes, and Grant loved books with
Sure, it’s scary to send your writing to a literary agent. But pity the poor agent who must wade through hundreds of terrible query letters a week!
This week on "A Way with Words": The best way to read poetry. When you pick up a book of poems, how many do you read in one sitting? Some
This week on "A Way with Words": What's in a name? A recent study found that some names crop up more frequently than others in certain professions.
Why call it a doggy bag when it’s really for your husband? Grant and Martha talk about the language of leftovers and why we eat beef and not cow. And
There’s a new kind of hamburger menu that involves pixels, not pickles. It’s that little stack of horizontal lines in the corner of a webpage that you click to see