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Time Sensitive Podcast

The Slowdown

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Time Sensitive Podcast

Time Sensitive Podcast

The Slowdown

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Followers
81
Plays
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Time Sensitive is a podcast that features candid, revealing portraits of curious and courageous people in business, the arts, and beyond who have a distinct perspective on time. Each week, co-hosts Spencer Bailey and Andrew Zuckerman respectively interview a leading mind who has made a profound impact in their field, contributed to the larger conversation, and is concerned with the planet we all share.

Latest Episodes

Tony Fadell on Leaving Silicon Valley to Help Build a Healthier Society, Online and Off

Tony Fadell, probably most widely recognized for both founding the smart-home products company Nest and for his instrumental involvement in developing the iPod, discusses the perils of screen addiction; the external pressures of a career-oriented culture; and paving the way for a healthier society, online and off.

64 MIN2019 DEC 18
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Tony Fadell on Leaving Silicon Valley to Help Build a Healthier Society, Online and Off

Suketu Mehta on the Positively Profound Impact of Immigration on the Planet

Writer, journalist, and N.Y.U. professor Suketu Mehta speaks about his challenging high school years as an Indian immigrant growing up in Queens, his belief in how the future of democracy “rests on storytelling,” and the importance of considering historical time frames when thinking about today’s contentious immigration debates.

66 MIN2019 DEC 11
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Suketu Mehta on the Positively Profound Impact of Immigration on the Planet

Trend Forecaster Li Edelkoort on Why Doing Less Is More

Lidewij Edelkoort speaks about a movement back toward the farm and nature; the notion of animism (i.e., that a soul is embedded in everything); combatting fear in a time of prolific fear-mongering; and her reasonably optimistic belief in a more collaborative future.

64 MIN2019 DEC 4
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Trend Forecaster Li Edelkoort on Why Doing Less Is More

Miami Design District Developer Craig Robins on Why Nature Is Our Greatest Luxury

Miami Design District developer, Design Miami co-founder, art collector, and philanthropist Craig Robins talks about his big-picture vision, his early career helping rejuvenate South Beach, and his forward-thinking approach to bolstering Miami culture.

70 MIN2019 NOV 27
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Miami Design District Developer Craig Robins on Why Nature Is Our Greatest Luxury

Christian Madsbjerg on Why “Design Thinking” Is Bogus

EAuthor, philosopher, and business advisor Christian Madsbjerg talks about the importance of long-view historical research, the deep value of a liberal arts education, and the relevance today of Martin Heidegger’s philosophical perspectives on time and technology.

71 MIN2019 NOV 20
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Christian Madsbjerg on Why “Design Thinking” Is Bogus

Eric Standop on the Art and Science of Face Reading

Eric Standop—international speaker, advisor, author, and facial diagnostics expert—goes deep into the origins of face reading, the ups and downs of his circuitous career, and how he ultimately found inner happiness.

75 MIN2019 NOV 13
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Eric Standop on the Art and Science of Face Reading

Artist Rashid Johnson, Director of HBO’s “Native Son,” on Escapism and Upending the Notion of the “Monolithic Experience”

On this episode of Time Sensitive, artist and director Rashid Johnson talks about the steep challenge of turning Richard Wright’s famed novel “Native Son” into an HBO feature film; using materials such as shea butter, black soap, and plants in his artworks; why he remains somewhat ambivalent about the idea of “wokeness”; and his fascination with the complexity and diversity of not just blackness but also whiteness.

64 MIN2019 NOV 6
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Artist Rashid Johnson, Director of HBO’s “Native Son,” on Escapism and Upending the Notion of the “Monolithic Experience”

How RoseLee Goldberg Reshaped the Landscape of Performance Art

Art historian and Performa founder RoseLee Goldberg discusses her upbringing as a young dancer in South Africa, when that country was under apartheid rule; her adventurous journey into the beating heart of the art world; and her path to establishing Performa—and elevating performance art as we know it in the process.

69 MIN2019 OCT 30
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How RoseLee Goldberg Reshaped the Landscape of Performance Art

Daniel Brush on Making Some of the Most Extraordinary and Exquisite Objects on Earth

Artist, jewelry-maker, and metalsmith Daniel Brush talks about memory (and interpretations of memory); his deep, monkish engagement with a wide variety of materials; and some of his most valuable tools—breathing, language, and light.

79 MIN2019 OCT 23
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Daniel Brush on Making Some of the Most Extraordinary and Exquisite Objects on Earth

Arctic Explorer and Adventure Guide Inge Solheim on Fighting Off Fear and Breaking Bad Habits

EActive explorer and adventure guide Inge Solheim gets philosophical about confronting fear, anxiety, and pressure; trauma and its effect on our perceptions of time; and instant gratification and materialism.

72 MIN2019 OCT 16
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Arctic Explorer and Adventure Guide Inge Solheim on Fighting Off Fear and Breaking Bad Habits

Latest Episodes

Tony Fadell on Leaving Silicon Valley to Help Build a Healthier Society, Online and Off

Tony Fadell, probably most widely recognized for both founding the smart-home products company Nest and for his instrumental involvement in developing the iPod, discusses the perils of screen addiction; the external pressures of a career-oriented culture; and paving the way for a healthier society, online and off.

64 MIN2019 DEC 18
Comments
Tony Fadell on Leaving Silicon Valley to Help Build a Healthier Society, Online and Off

Suketu Mehta on the Positively Profound Impact of Immigration on the Planet

Writer, journalist, and N.Y.U. professor Suketu Mehta speaks about his challenging high school years as an Indian immigrant growing up in Queens, his belief in how the future of democracy “rests on storytelling,” and the importance of considering historical time frames when thinking about today’s contentious immigration debates.

66 MIN2019 DEC 11
Comments
Suketu Mehta on the Positively Profound Impact of Immigration on the Planet

Trend Forecaster Li Edelkoort on Why Doing Less Is More

Lidewij Edelkoort speaks about a movement back toward the farm and nature; the notion of animism (i.e., that a soul is embedded in everything); combatting fear in a time of prolific fear-mongering; and her reasonably optimistic belief in a more collaborative future.

64 MIN2019 DEC 4
Comments
Trend Forecaster Li Edelkoort on Why Doing Less Is More

Miami Design District Developer Craig Robins on Why Nature Is Our Greatest Luxury

Miami Design District developer, Design Miami co-founder, art collector, and philanthropist Craig Robins talks about his big-picture vision, his early career helping rejuvenate South Beach, and his forward-thinking approach to bolstering Miami culture.

70 MIN2019 NOV 27
Comments
Miami Design District Developer Craig Robins on Why Nature Is Our Greatest Luxury

Christian Madsbjerg on Why “Design Thinking” Is Bogus

EAuthor, philosopher, and business advisor Christian Madsbjerg talks about the importance of long-view historical research, the deep value of a liberal arts education, and the relevance today of Martin Heidegger’s philosophical perspectives on time and technology.

71 MIN2019 NOV 20
Comments
Christian Madsbjerg on Why “Design Thinking” Is Bogus

Eric Standop on the Art and Science of Face Reading

Eric Standop—international speaker, advisor, author, and facial diagnostics expert—goes deep into the origins of face reading, the ups and downs of his circuitous career, and how he ultimately found inner happiness.

75 MIN2019 NOV 13
Comments
Eric Standop on the Art and Science of Face Reading

Artist Rashid Johnson, Director of HBO’s “Native Son,” on Escapism and Upending the Notion of the “Monolithic Experience”

On this episode of Time Sensitive, artist and director Rashid Johnson talks about the steep challenge of turning Richard Wright’s famed novel “Native Son” into an HBO feature film; using materials such as shea butter, black soap, and plants in his artworks; why he remains somewhat ambivalent about the idea of “wokeness”; and his fascination with the complexity and diversity of not just blackness but also whiteness.

64 MIN2019 NOV 6
Comments
Artist Rashid Johnson, Director of HBO’s “Native Son,” on Escapism and Upending the Notion of the “Monolithic Experience”

How RoseLee Goldberg Reshaped the Landscape of Performance Art

Art historian and Performa founder RoseLee Goldberg discusses her upbringing as a young dancer in South Africa, when that country was under apartheid rule; her adventurous journey into the beating heart of the art world; and her path to establishing Performa—and elevating performance art as we know it in the process.

69 MIN2019 OCT 30
Comments
How RoseLee Goldberg Reshaped the Landscape of Performance Art

Daniel Brush on Making Some of the Most Extraordinary and Exquisite Objects on Earth

Artist, jewelry-maker, and metalsmith Daniel Brush talks about memory (and interpretations of memory); his deep, monkish engagement with a wide variety of materials; and some of his most valuable tools—breathing, language, and light.

79 MIN2019 OCT 23
Comments
Daniel Brush on Making Some of the Most Extraordinary and Exquisite Objects on Earth

Arctic Explorer and Adventure Guide Inge Solheim on Fighting Off Fear and Breaking Bad Habits

EActive explorer and adventure guide Inge Solheim gets philosophical about confronting fear, anxiety, and pressure; trauma and its effect on our perceptions of time; and instant gratification and materialism.

72 MIN2019 OCT 16
Comments
Arctic Explorer and Adventure Guide Inge Solheim on Fighting Off Fear and Breaking Bad Habits
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