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26: Jackie London: Good House Keeping's Nutrition Director

She’s a registered dietitian, [Good Housekeeping’s]( Nutrition Director, and an all-around genius when it comes to what kind of food you should be putting in your body. Jackie London loves snacks and believes more is more---which are just two of the many reasons why I love her. So why do you ask---are we talking food on a business podcast? Because you can’t take care of business if you’re starving and spending your day worrying about food. In episode 26 of...


25: Rob Schwartz CEO of TBWA\Chiat\Day New York

He’s the CEO of TBWA\Chiat\Day New York-- the legendary ad agency that created Apple’s 1984 campaign. Rob Schwartz has won every advertising award imaginable and worked with blue chip brands from McDonald’s to Thomson Reuters and Visa. He also hosts the [Disruptors Series podcast]( and is one of my absolute favorite New Yorkers. Rob is my guest today on the Morris on Money Podcast. We’re talking creative hits, misses and the Helvetica font… Plus the heritage...


24: Money Diaries : Lindsey Stanberry

It all started back in 2016 with one millennial’s story of what she spends in a week in NYC on a $65,000 salary. On day 4 she confessed to doing a line of coke on a tinder date and Refinery29’s deeply personal Money Diaries were born. The now daily financial column shares intimate details about how women across America live their lives, spend their cash, and save up for the future. Lindsey Stanberry---Work & Money Director at Refinery29 has turned the wildly popular Money Diaries into her...


23: Meet Katie Parla; Jersey-born, Rome -based, Pizza-lover

She’s a Jersey-born, Rome-based culinary writer with a master’s degree in Italian Gastronomic Culture, a sommelier certificate, and an archaeological speleology certification. In plain English, Katie Parla is a pizza-eating professional and the best damn tour guide you could ever dream of having in Italy. She also happens to be one of my closest friends from Yale. So when Katie dropped by to cook on Good Day New York for the second time, I finally woke up and realized I should have her on my...


22: Meet Negative Underwear

When I first met Lauren Schwab and Marissa Vosper of Negative Underwear in 2015, they had barely been around for a year. The startup was trying to shake up the lingerie industry by making simpler more sophisticated underwear. Today the brand has expanded to include sleep sets and non-wire bras building a cult following along the way. While Marissa and Lauren are now moms and business experts who have a ton of wisdom on work, life, and everything in between.


21: Meet ROMAN

Most guys don’t have erectile dysfunction but they know a friend who does. Seen that joke on a subway ad recently? The smart sense of humor is courtesy of Roman, a new men’s health company that’s making it easier and more private than ever for men to get the erectile dysfunction meds they need. Plus one of the Roman founders shares his extremely personal story, and explains why ED is an important indicator of your overall health in the latest episode of Morris on Money.


20: Smart Shopping with Trae Bodge

She’s the smart shopping expert we check in with on Fox 5 every month for the latest steals and deals. Now Trae Bodge is laying out her shopping strategy for the entire year, so you know the best seasons to shop for all the essentials, plus some of the tricks she uses to save even more money. As my grandmother used to say---she’ll get you such a good deal it would cost you money not to take it. Put down your wallet! Do not buy anything before you listen to the latest episode of the Morris on...


19: The Magic of Tiny Business: Sharon Rowe

It started with a single string bag and helped kick off a recycling revolution. Now Sharon Rowe, founder and CEO of Eco-Bags Products, has a brand new book: The Magic of Tiny Business: You Don’t Have to Go Big to Make a Great Living. Sharon talks about how she never works past 5:30pm, her keys to living a full life, and how to finance your dream business without any funding, all in the latest episode of Morris on Money.


18: Meet Lola

They built a brand here in NYC focused on women, their bodies, and reproductive health. Now the women of LOLA are talking about sex: from tampons to condoms and everything in between. Alex Friedman and Jordana Kier join Morris on Money to get into what it takes to launch a truly female business.


17: The Business Of Hip Hop: Zack O’Malley Greenburg

He is the authority on the business of hip-hop (and music for that matter), launching the Forbes’ Hip Hop Cash Kings List in 2007\. In this episode of Morris on Money, Zack O’Malley Greenburg, Forbes’ Senior Editor of Media and Entertainment joins us to talk about his new book: 3 Kings: Diddy, Dr. Dre, Jay-Z and Hip-Hop’s Multibillion-Dollar Rise. The book is amazing. If you’re into hip-hop, money, or the great city of New York, where so much of the music has its roots, it’s a must-read....


16: Pair Of Thieves

This week Morris On Money is going to the thieves…Pair of Thieves. The basics brand founded by Cash Warren, Alan Stuart, and David Ehrenberg is making a name for itself thanks to something they call sneaky performance. The guys join us to talk about building their business, what makes for better socks and underwear… and which of their products Jessica Alba wears to bed every night. Jessica is Cash’s wife …. …he’ll explain.


15: Tim Ferriss Part 2

He’s been called a cross between Jack Welch and a Buddhist monk, and the Superman of Silicon Valley. Tim Ferriss, podcast star and author of The 4-Hour Work Week, joins Morris on Money. He’s the king of making the most of your time, but we managed to keep him in our studio for over an hour. Tim talks about some of his amazing early investments in behemoths like Facebook and Uber. Plus, the two things you probably don’t know about him. This is Morris on Money with Alison Morris and Special...


14: Tim Ferriss Part 1

He’s been called a cross between Jack Welch and a Buddhist monk, and the Superman of Silicon Valley. Tim Ferriss, podcast star and author of The 4-Hour Work Week, joins Morris on Money. He’s the king of making the most of your time, but we managed to keep him in our studio for over an hour. Tim explains how to ask better questions, get more sleep, what makes for a great investment, and he tells us two things he hasn’t share publicly before. Plus, he gives us the back story on his new book...


13: Tank Sinatra Memes Business

You’ve seen his memes on Instagram and now he’s all about filling the world with good news. George Resch-you probably know him best as Tank Sinatra-has more than 1.3 million followers. Now he has a second Instagram account with more than half a million more followers, Tank’s Good News. Tank tells us how he became Insta-famous. What makes a great meme and about trying to turn his brand into a moneymaker.


12: Lewis Howes

In this next episode of Morris on Money from sleeping on his sister’s couch to school of greatness. Lewis Howes takes us on his personal journey to podcast superstardom and explains how LinkedIn helped him rebuild his brand and his life. Plus a sneak peak at his new book the Mask of Masculinity.


11: The Queen Of Wall Street Sallie Krawcheck

This week we are dropping the mic with what may be our best podcast ever. Sallie Krawcheck is here one of the biggest names ever to work on wall street. We’ll get into why women are comfortable talking about sex but not finances. Plus we’ll touch on the Tarheels and lentil soup....we'll explain


10: Whisky Business

We're taking Morris On Money out of the studio for this episode to Fine and Rare Restaurant in Manhattan. There we meet Mahesh Patel who has arguably the best Whisky collection in the world. Mr. Patel explains how he turned a brown liquid into a liquid asset.


9: All about the J.O.B. What jobs are hot ( hint; tech )and how to get one.

Step 1: Have a plan. That's what Ryan Sutton from Robert Half: Staffing Agencies & Employment Agencies says is the key to a finding a good job. Alison and Ryan talk about the types of tech jobs that are out there for those starting out or wanting to make a change. #jobs #work #America #business #tech


8: Never Ever, Ever, Pay Full Price with Trae Bodge

According to Trae Bodge, Smart Shopping Expert , there are so many tools out there to help you save money and get great discounts from clothes to music services. Alison and Trae dive deep into the ways you can get the best deals.


7: Making Real Estate Easy With Street Easy

Lauren Riefflin, of StreetEasy helps Alison navigate the New York real estate landscape. Find out if it's better to rent or own in the Big Apple.