Column: Oprah’s interview with Harry and Meghan was damn good TV. What worked and what didn’t
Oprah Winfrey Talks OWN Network, Failure, And Symptoms Of Her Nervous Breakdown
The Business Of Being Oprah She talked her way to the top of her own media empire and amassed a $1 billion fortune. Now she’s asking, “What’s next?”
How Oprah Went From Talk Show Host To First African-American Woman Billionaire
The Key To Oprah Winfrey’s Success: Radical Focus
Oprah Thanks Readers of O in the Magazine’s Last Monthly Issue
Alan Watts: genius or charlatan?
A dead philosopher makes new connections on YouTube
Alan Watts Reconsidered
Malcolm Gladwell: ‘If my books appear oversimplified, then you shouldn’t read them’
Dale Carnegie and Buffett in a small bio
The lazy mysticism of Alan Watts
Oprah says there’s a very simple secret to success that anyone can do: setting a deliberate intention
Be careful of the spiritual teacher relationship
What Musk, Bezos, Thiel and Feynman teach us about First Principles
The 10 Greatest CEOs of all time
How Oral Roberts Changed Religion
Great decisions begin with really great people and a simple statement: I don’t know
Literally, think like a billionaire
Amazing conversation between Oprah and Coehlo
I intensely admire the life of Shelby Spong
Luck, and then the work
Brilliant George Soros bio
YES, Nassim Taleb, YES!
What CSR and philanthrocapitalism achieve more broadly is the social justification of extreme wealth inequality, rather than any kind of antidote to it.
Chimamanda and Hillary
Winnie Mandela’s legacy – and horrors
He made $8 billion. And then he gave it all away.
His practice of “giving while living” set an example for the world’s rich
This captures my exact same feeling about how Mark Zuckerberg has evolved as a person and a leader. I really do admire him.
Oprah on why, and how, she is where she is now
The world saw Pope Francis bless a boy with cerebral palsy. Here’s what we didn’t see.
Ghandi’s life was a sort of pilgrimage in which every act was significant
Watching people face adversity, and growing through it, in real time can be very ennobling.
Useful criticism of one of my favourite people in the world
You look at Warren Buffett’s schedule sometimes and there’s a haircut. Tuesday, haircut day.