This week I am excited to welcome author Howard Bloom to the podcast. Howard is one of the quintessential thinkers in America today. He is imaginative, thought-provoking, and prolific -- covering topics from space travel, politics, pop music, and our minds. This is one episode you do not want to miss. Howard's books include "The Mohammad Code," "How I Accidentally Started The Sixties," "Global Brain," "The God Problem," "The Genius of the Beast," and "The Lucifer Principle." He is also the host of the podcast "Howard Bloom Saves the Universe."
This week we get a call from Michael, a gay man living in San Francisco, who finds himself losing sleep over all the changes President Trump is implementing.
Sheryl O’Loughlin is a serial entrepreneur. She has served as the CEO of Clif Bar, where she led the concept development and introduction of Luna bars. She then went on to co-found and serve as CEO of Plum Organics. She was the Executive Director of the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies at the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University. Sheryl is currently CEO of REBB.
This week we get a call from a father who is concerned about his son's anit-social tendencies. The boy recently lost his mother, and now the dad is considering homeschooling his son to help with his anxiety.
We are back with the Dan Fogler, the star of "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them", the latest film from the mind of Harry Potter creator J.K. Rowling. In this in-depth conversation, we learn all about Dan's first flirtation with acting, and how the drug of making people laugh fueled his passion to become an actor. Dan Fogler won the Best Actor in A Musical for his work in "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee."
Dr. Gail Saltz is back with another "Is This Normal?" question. This time, Chad from New York calls in and talks about his depression that's setting in now that the holidays are over.
Dr. Saltz returns next Monday with a new show.
Happy New Year! I'm excited to have you onboard for an exciting 2017. And while most of us have declared our resolutions, Rebecca has not. In an email, Rebecca tells us she's worried that, unlike her friends and family, she does not have a new year's goal.