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"normand" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

02:23 min | 7 months ago

"normand" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

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"normand" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

05:56 min | 7 months ago

"normand" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"Because you'll have. Probably changed the nature of roads because the cars because now you can be super productive. And so no longer quite matters to you as much how long it takes to get from point a to point B because you're not wasting that time. You're just continue working. Yeah. It's like public transit that comes to you. Exactly. And so there will be maybe less roads and bigger roads and it'll just change the nature of how we get from point a to point B I think you're right. But then couple that also with the fact that we seem to be more and more comfortable existing in the digital world. Yeah. So like maybe we won't want to go outside more and more. We will just interact with each other virtually. And I don't mean Zoom meetings. I mean, just in other ways, that's more fulfilling than a Zoom meeting. But then maybe not, because there's something deeply uncompelling part about Zoom meetings. Podcasts that are remote. Unless they're super information dense, at least to me as a podcast fan kind of suck. They suck. There's no connection. It goes back to the dog thing. With the zoom as though connection. Yeah, and we're not, you know, I don't understand why we're not even making eye contact. But it's something there. It's in the room, this pheromone, and that's like out of our understanding probably. There's some kind of weird biological. You know, you ever have Cheerios in a bowl, the Cheerios tend to they tend to go together. You see a cluster of Cheerios. They're never really hanging out on the other side, and that's kind of how people are in real life. I wonder what the physics of that is. So they come together in this thick. It's only with molecules. Yeah. I can't remember what it was. But it was fascinating and I think that's how people are. And I think you try to write a TV show or craft a movie with your team, zoom, nothing there. It's like phone sex. Versus penetration. One day you'll learn that. I know nothing of either. I look forward because I think there's a phone sex Netflix documentary that this show or something like that that is really popular. I don't want to go watch till the second learn about that. Okay, I could say I need some links. On the Internet. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. But yeah, self-driving car. I think it's just inevitable. It's coming and these truckers are going to have to figure something out. Yeah, I mean that's an under understood industry actually because there's not there's a lot of trucking jobs. Oh yeah. And people don't want to well, people don't want to actually take them anymore because it's such a difficult job. So it won't have a lot of people believe it won't have as big of a negative impact as folks anticipate. There'll be other automation, I think they'll have a huge impact. Yeah, for sure. You already see it at McDonald's. You go to the why do you want to get yelled at by the heavy set woman of color, you know, for making a bad order when you can just, you know, hit the screen. But those interactions, I think are human. I mean, that's part of life. So it is scary taking away everything. How long do we're not fucking? That's coming, too. Yeah. Then it's gonna have two types of people. Are you a fuck in real life? Are you a digital fuck person? I'm a digital. I like real fucking. Sorry, we can't date. That's coming. Well, there's also the reproduction side of sex, which is like with genetic engineering..

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"normand" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

04:07 min | 7 months ago

"normand" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

"They start piling on. It's a recoverable. Yes. And one joke failing is very common. Like a lot of audiences don't even notice. That bomb, 'cause you know, you got so many jokes in a row, you can sandwich a good one then a bell and then a good one. But when you bomb, it's almost like they chose we don't like you. Nothing you say will redeem yourself and it's hard to get out of. It's like being pulled down by your hair. You can't get back. I can't win this fight no matter what. Can you get him back by acknowledging the room that helps but they're still gonna go and that was funny when he made fun of it, but he sucks. He's still sucks. That's the worst part you're going. No, this is good. You guys just don't like me. Just 'cause you don't like it, doesn't mean I'm bad. Yeah, I like going to open mics a lot, just listening because first of all, I think the audience in the open mic, at least the ones I've been to is mostly against other comedians. Or at least people who don't seem to want to laugh at anything. And so I just love it 'cause it's human nature and perseverance is best. Here's comedians like clearly this is mostly in Austin. They have a dream. Like, why would you get up there? Right. Like maybe some weird, you know, new year's resolution bullshit. But for the most part, it's people who want to be comedian. Like a lot of the open mic years of people who have clearly have done this for quite a long time. Yeah. Like at least a year or two, maybe 5 years. And they're often not very funny. And the just bombing in front of an audience of like 20, where they're just sitting there like almost like mocking them with their eyes or maybe and I don't know and they still push through..

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"normand" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

05:20 min | 7 months ago

"normand" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

"I guess that would be worse. So you're the fully baked Mark Norman cake at this point. Fruit salad. You know, the sense of self worth you mentioned. I think in your comedy, there's a sense like you hate yourself. You think? I didn't know if that came through. Shit, I was trying to hide that part. God damn it. I mean, when you in the privacy of your own mind, are you able to love yourself or is it mostly self hate? Jeez. Whatever this podcast, I didn't know I was on mister Dr. Phil. Dr. Phil. I thought we were gonna talk about engineering and climate change and rockets. We get there. Okay, it starts with love goes to rockets. All right, I like that. I like that that's a T-shirt. I mean, what's the question? Sorry. Do I feel love? No, no, no. No. Yeah, yeah. So are you like this engine of being self critical of just being constantly anxious about how the world perceives you these kinds of things? Is this something that you just go to for comedy? Or is this who you are as a human being? I think I don't want to explore it. I think I get around it. You know, I tap danced around it, but I get it out a little with my act, maybe. 'cause I can't do it. I'm not doing it in real life. So get out this no love, not loving myself. I don't know who wants to love themself. Everybody always like, you gotta love yourself and then when you meet somebody who does love yourself, you're like, I fucking hate this guy. You hate the guy who's upset. I'm great. I'm awesome. Life is good. You're like, ah, this guy sucks. I'd rather an insecure guy. So maybe I wanna stay insecure. Maybe I don't wanna find this love for myself. Well, okay, so self love, just appreciating who you are or appreciating the moment or being grateful. Doesn't have to express itself by the guy saying I'm awesome. True. It's more just like humility. He's just like walking, calmly through the wall and just being grateful to be alive, that kind of thing. Good. And being appreciative of all the accomplishments that he made so far, I say all this because mostly I'm extremely self critical and everything I do. And so I kind of enjoy it. I think it's a nice little engine that it makes it fun. It makes life fun 'cause it's like if you hate everything you do, like you've done in the past, that gives you like, all right, we can do butter. Yes. But that's the key is making itself critical. Always trying to get better. I could change this..

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"normand" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

05:20 min | 7 months ago

"normand" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

"The following is a conversation with Mark normand, a New York comedian, who has a way with words that is often both dark and hilarious. Let there be a warning dear Friends to proceed with caution and to work protection. You may, in fact, need it. He has a special on his YouTube called out to lunch and a new special on Netflix as part of the stand up season three series. I recommend you watch. And now a quick few second mention of his sponsor, check them out in the description. It's.

"normand" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

05:20 min | 7 months ago

"normand" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"The following is a conversation with Mark normand, a New York comedian, who has a way with words that is often both dark and hilarious. Let there be a warning dear Friends to proceed with caution and to work protection. You may, in fact, need it. He has a special on his YouTube called out to lunch and a new special on Netflix as part of the stand up season three series. I recommend you watch. And now a quick few second mention of his sponsor, check them out in the description. It's.

Interview With Michael  Rooker

Sci-Fi Talk Byte

04:05 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Michael Rooker

"I was lucky enough to speak to michael rooker a few years ago about his role as merle on the walking debt. And i'll tell you speaking of the walking dead man your death scene i think it was. I think people's reaction was a guy that people didn't like and some hate it and then in that scene you won over so many people because it was you're acting it was just. He was so cold distant. And then normand's reaction the combination of those two things. Wow wha- throughout the wealthy are morals are in that in that series even from the beginning you can see that it wasn't gonna be your your everyday average cliche redneck. Okay yeah yeah malls mal. Dixon was very complicated character. Very complicated man and so to make sure i get a good job with that was very important to me so You played with it so that the there was surprise. And and you know you find out you know. In my opinion a lot of the comments that were made on the reach a racist and sexist comments to me were not because melvin is or is not a racist sexist. it was sardonic humor and just coking. You know it was intentional. These comments were very extremely intentional. Because these people weren't letting me go. I mean they have the i. I'm not hiding being a real dick any money and they throw or being asked you know what you know. I i'm not gonna end up the beach. I mean come on five or up again. I'm i'm not high anymore. And i'm doing okay. Basically why were they still keeping me Cost in the first place. It was ridiculous it was like a punishment. Keep me in the corner and cut the to this his attitude my attitude or for all to that that portion of of the t show the only way i get you back gurgling so and all the verbal cottman i thought were. We're quite thought out and writes Very cool and just indicated Basically if you look at it again it indicates the exactly. I how intelligence guy is how he can. He can sense what you get on your nerves and so he said exactly what you don't want a year and then you hear it and you get more upset more upset. He's not doing his causing justice. I mean not making him you come over there on him and he sooner but those comments i think are his way of getting back. It was at at these people who are like you know keeping him under lock and key there so i of course nobody. Nobody even thought ever they leave me. There and i wasn't even intentional. I mean they were. They're coming back to trust me but but just happened. Someone in two left g or

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"normand" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"normand" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

"It helps people find the show and tell. A friend was other podcast. Look greg fitzsimmons childish. Parenting ish podcasts. You don't need children to listen. And i'm on patriot. Patriotic dot and. I said aunt not a and i hope everyone knows noted that patriots dot. Com alison rosen bonus episodes every week zoom parties behind the scenes content all sorts of fun stuff moss cameo. I have a book out. Oh and i should have mentioned earlier. I've spent so much time. Curated my amazon storefront. If you would like to see the beauty products. I use the podcasting gear. I used. I have stuff that i recommend for. People elliott age for owens age. I've got daniels corner home stuff. Foodstuff cooking stuff. I've got all. It's so much stuff. That i recommend us and like amazon dot com slash shop slash alison resin amazon dot com slash shops slash alison roseanne. And make sure you subscribe on youtube. Youtube dot.

"normand" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"normand" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

"There's fighter valley girl accent. I should be starring on a bravo show any day. I'll tell andy cohen. Thank you have you ban on. Watch what happens. I have not. But i kind of liked the guy he was. Did you see him drunk on new year's little bit that was fun. He seems like a fun guy. I went to me and my lady went to the snl after party one time. And he was shit faced and He had a a circle around him of hockey players and he was in hog heaven. How how was the after party. Was it fun. it's great. I mean it sucks. If you're not famous. I guess because i'm just all of that guy. Look at that lady. Oh there's What's her face you know and you're trying to just blend in so i think if you're actually famous it's probably more fun. But they're pretty exciting. I mean it's free food free booze and it's a lotta lotta people watching a lot of celebrities. Side like there's lorne michaels sitting in a chair by himself with a cigar holy shit. It's fun to watch. I bet mark norman. It was delightful catching up with you. I wish you nothing but the best and you be careful after dark and tell everyone where they can go to find all your things. Thank you good to be back Three's a charm. i'm on youtube. Called specials called out to lunch. Check it out and tons of other videos on my page. Mark norman comedy dot com to see where i'm heading towards you and a comedy club and then Listen to my pods tuesdays with stories and one more drink. Thank you and praise allah. And if you'd like what you're hearing which i hope you do please make sure you're subscribed and if you would be so kind as to rate the podcast. Five stars is my favorite number and leave a comment. I read all of them. I read some of them on the show. Sometimes it helps out..

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"normand" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"normand" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

"Not really i just. I guess i would just say to twitter. Go fuck yourself twitter. Just become this. You know minefield of sadness and negativity and Combativeness so like everybody takes this. You thought it would kind come together during all this. But it's kinda made everybody more divided. And it's a bummer. And everybody's acting like they're gonna save the world on twitter. And i'm like i know you man you're you're fucking pothead. Who works at a deliver pizza and you know. Look at tiktok chicks. What are you talking about. We need to make jane. I don't know. I feel like everybody's got this weird online persona than you. You know him in real life and you're like last year like a loser. Douche what are you talking about. I've never seen you act like this so that my go. Fuck yourselves to your online persona. That's not you yeah. Hey online persona. that's not authentic. Hey monitor that's a little obscure but now that's that works. That works for me now. You don't find youtube comments. Are you probably get ten positive youtube comments or you. Don't look at them. I've wondered about this. Because i i've gotten some of the comments on the planet. Trust me i'm. I'm a big target for mean comments especially a guy who is new to stand up and putting his new material on trying to get some traction and not being that good but now i have this weird underdog status because i got rejected by everybody so i feel like they give me some slack and they feel like they discovered this new guy who's underground or whatever the hell it is so they're a little gentler but if i was some big wig on netflix they probably way meaner i. That's my only thing i can come up with. I can't imagine you're getting supermarine comments. I mean it's just everybody. Does i think it's just part of the part of the whole thing. You know like a lot of ear lobes stuff i his voice makes you wanna kill myself. When did he realize he was gay. a lot of gay stuff a lot of kill yourself. You know adam's apple lot of adam's apple so it's i had never noticed it before but it is prominent but it's a problem because it's prominent like what what what what's wrong with it. Well you try to button like a who wearing a suit. You got a button the top when it hurts and it cuts you off. I feel like just do. It should be considered a manly thing. Like look at that. Adam's apple you'd think but it's more just what a freak. What's up with his guys adams. I can't even watch his show because of his adam's apple you know so but all that i can i can that blows right off my back but the there's certain comments ego. Oh i do do that always right. Those are the ones that really sting like. What while you know like a little giggle after some jokes. Because i'm nervous. Yeah and i'll be like back and then the guy said blow me and most people don't notice it but if you notice that you can't not notice it and i do that and i've worked on it and it it just such in in my wiring to do it because i'm nervous.

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"normand" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"normand" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

"Just everyone all right. Let's hear your just mean everyone's don't you wish you dance by the way. Wouldn't that be nice if you could actually dance. Well i'm not saying you wouldn't it be nice. Be a good dancer. Yes i am someone who is very self conscious dancing. I don't dance like no one is watching same right. My four year old loves to dance and is really good like back when he was in preschool. They have commented on like he's so he's so good at this. I don't know if that's just natural. And then you become self conscious and it kind of goes away or actually does have some kind of talent. I don't know we'll see where that goes anyway. Though let's just me or everyone's gonna throw a bunch can do you clip your toenails into the toilet No but i should just you get the foot. Propped up on the seed clip. It falls right in your flush your golden you know. Here's a gross story. I was clipping my toenails. The other day and at the end. I'm like wait a minute. Where did all the little bits go. They i thought that they were going right here. And i couldn't find them all there. You gotta rogue get a road clip right around the house frenchie happening so into the. That's good that's smart. I assumed because their body parts that they eventually just die off and fizzle away but is that crazy. I mean that sounds good. Sounds good enough to me. I don't know yeah they say your house is like eighty eight percents skin. By the way. I didn't have my I read a lot of fun. Facts where do you get them. Are these snapple cap facts. Because i know that you're excited about stap facts last time. Basically they're all you can follow a threat on twitter. Like what the fuck facts right uber. Where yes. I love those and you can get some good material out of him right. I got a fun joke for ya. Se two and a half million people die from alcohol every year. And i say yeah. That's sad but think about how many people had produces but that was from a fun fact so it kind of gives you a little rain material kick. Okay another another as it just may do you do you lift your feet up off the ground. When you're sitting so you can work your ebbs weight. That i lift him off the grant wait. Are you talking about like putting them up or like actually kind of lift your kick. Put an inch of air between our two inches of air between you and your the floor floor. No i like to put them up on an ottoman or something. No i'm talking about lifted with your muscle. that's what that's a good idea though. Look at all. I do it all day every day. You're working out. No one knows what. I'm doing right now really so you're just sitting there.

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"normand" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"normand" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

"This new podcast will drink with sam. Moral Yeah me and my pal. Sam i don. He also has a special on youtube called on this. You know it give it a. I'm gonna give it a great special man. He's gonna kill me if he hears this. I got eighteen friends with specials out there. Sorry this i got the irony because you didn't have it. I had nothing. I got nothing. He's good he's one of the best and we just are to joke. Sling in new york guys. Live out here with curly hair and try to write good jokes and that's really all we can do in life and we've always we wrote together. We've been friends for ten twelve years and we just got a great rapport and we said. Hey we're stuck inside. We got zoom. Let's let's do a pod and we're also drinking alone in our homes. We like to booze and no one else does. Apparently so we just talked about drinking and the road and missing comedy and movies reliable and recommendations. And just it's just a hang between two pals now you say no one else does have a lot of your friends become sober. Oh yeah it's like a. It's like an epidemic. I feel like when i was when i started comic. Was like wild degenerate psycho guy in a basement. Talk about his dick and getting drunk. After and you'd hang at a diner and eat eggs and have diarrhea and the now it's like everybody's health and wellness and meditating and sober and it's weird and i'm not saying zanny wrong with it but i just feel like we're a dying breed so we bonded on that you have a tendency to drink too much. Do you think oh. Yeah oh yeah more more so earlier on in my life i've got enough kind of toned it down. I'm not. I'm not going full. Mullany here but I've toned it down and i was the blackout guy for a while. But now i've gotten a lot better and you know. I'm getting older here late thirties. Over here i'll what happened when you would black out. That's the thing about blackouts. Who knows a tip. Did you hear any stories that made you. Oh know yeah oh yeah. Just you know projectile vomiting and the uber getting thrown out. Then you're on the side of the road on the bq and Your friends gotta scrape off the street and put you in a cab and wetting the bed and waking up in the weird places. At one time. I woke up on the sidewalk in Williamsburg that was a real eye-opener. Do you have any idea how you got there. No idea and then you lose your wallet. One time i got knocked out by a guy in hell's kitchen and these guys took my wallet my keys. My phone might joke book now. I know and then you don't realize when you're a poor broke comedian. So then you gotta get on the train to get back to your house. But you don't have metro cards.

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"normand" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"normand" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

"I wonder when this is all over. How many sitcoms like that there will be now. We're gonna have so many cova movie. Somebody kovin plotlines. I have not been inspired to do anything. I don't know what that means about me as a creative person. But i don't feel inspired to do to express anything other than like the bare minimum on a pot. You're doing what you to pods. Yeah i do too pods to pods to kids. I think you're gonna full dance card there. Thank you so anyway. I get up. And my husband is ranting about something to his mother. something political And the kids are like running in circles. So elliott is running in a circle. And he's saying look at me. Owen owen elliott has almost four. One is almost two raina circle me. Oh and look at me. And i'm thinking like oh and doesn't quite understand what you're a there is just so much noise and so energy and i sat down at my computer and i thought if they went away. If everyone went away for a few weeks. I don't know that i would want them to come back. And then i felt so. It was such an alarming thought. Because 'cause i'm so. I'm introverted enough that i don't. I'm fine being alone in my house for a few days. I know people who go nuts with that. But i'm fine with same same alarming because it made me think. Oh my god have. I found myself in the wrong life. Scared of if i wouldn't miss my kids and i wouldn't miss my husband and then i consoled myself with the thought. No this is a pandemic thought you've been stuck in a house with these people exclusively for however many months it's normal to desire a little bit of a break. I hope i'm yeah. Yeah this is all completely normal. Just don't go the forensic files route you know and you're fine. Don't do the antifreeze in the oatmeal slowly every day for a year. But does that currently normally. You're an introvert your creative you want alone time to recharge come on this is i would not feel weird about this at all. I think you're you're very rational and well-adjusted.

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"normand" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"normand" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

"No i don't think i had a ski mask. I thought you. I thought i saw a clip you at gotham comedy club. Doing a bit about ski mass. I did do something at gotham comedy club. I don't remember it being about. Maybe there i mean again. It was for two seconds. So maybe i'm forgetting. I remember seeing that and going. I have a similar bit. How crazy is that. But it's it's kind of a general idea. I guess anybody think of it like isn't it weird buying a ski mask. Like how do you look normal while buying ski masks because everything done in. The ski mask is shady. That's funny now. That was not me i do. I hope whoever was attractive there was some other black comedian but either way It i forgot where i was going with this well. So oh the funny video sir. If i ever did the road not as a comedian no i traveled with the adam corolla show and we did live podcast ally and i've traveled a little bit with my own podcast but have not done the road as a comedian. Now okay so you did the lifestyle with adam and didn't get to say anything so that counts. I got. I got like a least three or four words in. That's impressive for him. By the we you talk off air about his whole trajectory but yeah that's a whole nother bag of hammers but Yeah so i did this morning show and you do the road you have to go. You're in cleveland. you have to do. Good morning cleveland. Or hello cleveland. Or whatever and it's a nightmare and it's you have to follow the cooking lady and the the guy with the ducklings like the zoo guy you know despite. I have not done the road. But i have been a guest on shows like that when i worked at magazine. So i actually. I've followed. I think the puppies and the cats that were available for adoption followed me. But i ask what you're talking about. And i notice pete so i totally go there. You go perfect example. So yeah you're in. The green room would like to cub scouts and a horse trainer. It's all very strange. They want you to be. They want you to be funny. But it's eight in the morning you're hung over. You gotta have a boner. You don't know what's going on at some nice lady named joan or something and she's like you know. So how'd you get into comedy all this shit and i just kind of went off the rails because it was like my third one that day and i didn't want they don't help either. They don't fill the seats but your contract contractually obligated to do it. So i was just like i'm gay you ever que- and i said all these crazy things and she was like oh and it went viral and so that was like a big big one for me. I have got to see that you know. The funny thing about those shows is that they need. They're smelling salts and they clutch their pearls. No matter what you say like no matter what you say they are so like you did not just say that. They think of next like they are. It's weird. how much leave inside a tiny box. That is still in one thousand nine hundred eighty s. I know and the camera guy when you if you watch mine. He's dying so that it's like okay. So somebody here is normal..

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"normand" Discussed on The Good Problem

The Good Problem

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"normand" Discussed on The Good Problem

"The. Good problem formerly normand's do-gooder is podcast series unpacking sticky art doing good. You'll me Leigh Matthews getting curious about the ethics of doing good the dangers of doing good and how to do better at doing. Good. I've been working doing good sector for the last fifteen years in that time is up an engine Cambodia on a whole bunch of awards. burnt-out had two children learned a lot of lessons set up a consulting company car founded the rethink orphanages network traveled the world written a book and spoken to audiences globally you can find me at www dot Lee matthews dot com. Communicating well.

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"normand" Discussed on The Good Problem

The Good Problem

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"normand" Discussed on The Good Problem

"The good problem formerly normand's do-gooder is podcast series unpacking sticky art doing put. Me Leigh Matthews getting curious about the ethics doing good the dangers of doing good and how to do better at doing good. I've been working in the. Sector for the last fifteen years in that time is up an engine Cambodia on a whole bunch of awards burnt-out had two children learned a lot of lessons set up a consulting company car founded the rethink orphanages network traveled the world, written a book and spoken to audiences globally. You can find me at www dot. Leigh Matthews Dot Com. We're.

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"normand" Discussed on The Good Problem

The Good Problem

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"normand" Discussed on The Good Problem

"The good problem. Formerly normand's do-gooder is podcast series unpacking sticky doing put? Me Leigh Matthews getting curious about the ethics of doing good the dangers of doing good and how to do better at doing good. I've been working doing sector for the last fifteen years in that time is up an engine Cambodia on a whole bunch of awards. burnt-out had two children learned a lot of lessons set up a consulting company. Founded the rethink, orphanages network traveled the world, written a book and spoken to audiences globally. You can find me at www dot. Leigh Matthews Dot Com. Hello and.

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"normand" Discussed on The Good Problem

The Good Problem

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"normand" Discussed on The Good Problem

"The good problem. Formerly normand's do-gooder is podcast series unpacking sticky art doing could. You'll me Leigh Matthews getting curious about the ethics of doing good the dangers of doing good and how to do better at doing good. I've been working in the. Sector for the last fifteen years. In that time I set up an engine Cambodia on a whole bunch of awards, burnt-out had two children learned a lot of lessons set up a consulting company car founded the rethink orphanages network traveled the world, written a book and spoken to audiences globally. You can find me at www dot. Leigh Matthews Dot Com. Today's.

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