Most of any specialty is applying it...so that people who don't understand the specialty can use it.
For this episode, I chat with my friend and client Gerard DiPippo, an economic analyst with the U.S. government. We discuss how his background in both economics and philosophy influenced his framework for reality. As a former economics and statistics student myself, I'm curious how his education steered his pursuit of the good life. We explore applications of the study of scarcity beyond the financial realm - revealed preferences, incentive structures of institutions, the salon business, the sunk cost fallacy, etc.
Most people aim for nothing and hit it with amazing accuracy.
My client and mortgage lender Sebastian Rivera chats with me over coffee at Northside Social about creativity, financial intelligence, the intersection of technical and people skills, productivity, purpose and self-leadership.
Cheers! Here's to celebrating curiosity at all costs.
Statistician-turned-hairdresser and salon owner Lauren Dufresne interviews creative professionals from various industries. Listen in as this diverse group of high achievers share their questions pondered, answers swallowed, and the aspirations that determine the direction of their lives.