17-37 Segment 1: Finding Happy

 

Everyone wants to find happiness, but what are we really searching for? We explore the science behind happiness, how our brain achieves the elusive emotion, and how it all depends on who you are and where you are.

Guest:

  • Tim Bono, assistant dean in the college of arts and sciences, and a lecturer in psychology at Washington University, St. Louis
  • Frederic Lenoir, philosopher, sociologist and religious historian. Author of the book, Happiness: A philosopher’s guide

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17-37 Segment 2: How to Make Your Start-up Work

 

It’s the American dream to start your own business and watch it thrive. But most of the time, that’s easier said than done. We explore entrepreneurial tips and tricks from the 20-something CEO who has already become a start-up expert.

Guest:

  • Daniel DiPiazza, CEO of Rich20Something and author of Rich20Something: Ditch your average job, start an epic business, and score the life you want

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Culture Crash 17-37: The Cinema of 2007

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On the 10th anniversary of 2007, we take a look at some of the films from a decade ago that have proved to stand the test of time and make 2007 a year in film worth remembering.

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