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Scott Galloway rips work a new one

Season 6, Ep. 123

A recording of a Twitter Spaces discussion with Scott Galloway. We talk remote working, why cities will never die, why working hard is Scott's top career advice. Along the way we talk about the power of touch, Goldman Sachs, missing humans and what will come next for work.


The Twitter Spaces app also blings a lot too, sorry about that. I've edited about 200 of them out.


Scott's book Post Corona is a bestseller.

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