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#17 Men 2.0

12/11/2018
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Many experts believe that we must change our attitudes about masculinity in order to affect changes in gender norms and equality. Guests Michael Ian Black, Gary Barker, and Linda Tuncay Zayer join us for a discussion about redefining manhood.

Duration:00:46:11

#16 Trust

12/4/2018
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Trust is viewed as an essential business success metric. But numerous studies suggest that our trust in governments, organizations and businesses has been declining. Guests Ben Boyd and Kent Grayson tackle the core issues.

Duration:00:33:47

#15 Nostalgia

11/27/2018
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Nostalgia is a powerful emotion and a frequent go-to for marketers. Nowhere is nostalgia more prevalent than in music. In this episode, we discuss the ins and outs of music-based nostalgia with guest Jesse K, Petr Janata and Rob Kozinets.

Duration:00:37:04

#14 Pets

11/23/2018
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US consumers spend over $70 billion a year on care for the pets, a massive increase over the years. Guests Dan Miller, Loni Edwards and Renée Felice Smith unpack the behavior driving the trend.

Duration:00:35:03

#13 Middleborns

11/20/2018
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American families are getting smaller, making middle children an endangered species. Guests Adam Sternbergh and Catherine Salmon explain the ramifications.

Duration:00:35:37

#12 Working

11/13/2018
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Work life has changed considerably in America. Photojournalist Josh Rose shares insights from his travels interviewing American workers, and author Louis Hyman shares perspective on the challenges of the growing Temp Economy.

Duration:00:38:58

#11 Creativity

11/6/2018
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The best jobs in the future will go to those who can deliver creativity on demand. Guests Amy Aniobi, Allen Gannett and Page Moreau debunk popular myths about creativity and provide insights to help anyone improve their creative game.

Duration:00:36:22

#10 Timing

10/30/2018
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Every leader knows the strategic importance of questions like 'what' and 'why', but they often overlook 'when'. In the season two opener, Molly and Larry interview bestselling author Daniel Pink about his book WHEN and his insights on the hidden power of timing. They also interview researchers Jonah Berger and Kelley Gullo about their recent study on how time of day affects a consumer's interest in variety.

Duration:00:33:52

Season 2 Trailer

10/17/2018
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The Findings Report is back, with an exciting line up of guests and insights on why people buy, like and share.

Duration:00:02:29

#09 Label Me This

2/27/2018
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Molly and Larry explore the power of labels, including the mysterious case of Red Bull and Vodka. Guests Yann Cornil, Aradhna Krishna, and Christina Perozzi provide context. More information in the episode guide.

Duration:00:29:24

#08 Do-Gooders

2/20/2018
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Many brands are tying themselves to charitable causes in order to win consumer affection, but is it a good business strategy. Author Anne Bahr Thompson and USC professor Adlai Wertman provide insights and answers. More information and links in the episode guide.

Duration:00:29:59

#07 Generations, Part 2

2/13/2018
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We continue our two-part series on American generations, featuring our interview with bestselling author Neil Howe. In this episode, we debate the merits and challenges of Millennials and Generation X. Find links and more details from the show in the episode guide.

Duration:00:32:36

#06 Generations, Part 1

2/6/2018
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What's the real difference between a Millennial and a Gen Xer? And why should we care? We unpack the nuances with bestselling author Neil Howe in the first of a two-part series on American generations. Find more information in the episode guide

Duration:00:32:04

#05 The Pitch

1/30/2018
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When you're making a pitch, your target knows a lot about your tactics. It's called persuasion knowledge. We interview author Paul Smith, and researchers Kent Grayson and Mathew Isaac for tips on how to make it work to your advantage.

Duration:00:31:28

#04 Sounds Appealing

1/23/2018
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Sounds is the forgotten spice. In this episode we delve into the way that sound affects perceptions of brands and product experiences. Guests Maxime Goulet, Michael Lowe and Charles Spence provide useful examples.

Duration:00:30:14

#03 Femvertising

1/16/2018
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Feminism is again at the forefront of the news, with #MeToo starting a new wave of activism and engagement. Many brands have been tailoring their appeals to women. Guests Heather LeFevre, Linda Ong and Shelley Zalis weigh in on what works and what doesn't.

Duration:00:32:23

#02 Blame it on the Clown

1/16/2018
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Horror is often a third rail for marketers. But fear sells tickets at the box office and a new study reveals it might bring people closer to brands. Guests Matt Kaplan and Lea Dunn share insights on how to go to market with frights.

Duration:00:27:03

#01 Playing with Fyre

1/16/2018
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The Fyre Festival was one of the biggest trainwrecks of 2017. But aside from being social media catnip, it also offered a case study on the growing power of social media, influencers and our daily life online. Filmmaker Nicco Quiñones joins us to discuss UNDER THE INFLUENCE, his upcoming documentary about the event, and culture analyst Linda Ong provides useful insight on what it all means for marketers.

Duration:00:28:09

Backgrounder

1/9/2018
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The Findings Report is a new show about consumer behavior, launching January 16th. In this pre-season backgrounder, co-hosts Molly Schreiber and Larry Vincent explain what the shows about and who's doing the talking.

Duration:00:03:59

Season 1 Teaser

1/3/2018
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The first season of The Findings Report launches Tuesday, January 16th. Join co-hosts Larry Vincent and Molly Schreiber for stories about why people buy, like and share.

Duration:00:01:41