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Scott Galloway born November 3, is a professor of marketing at the New York University Stern School of Business , and a public speaker , author , and entrepreneur. In , he founded Prophet , a brand and marketing consultancy firm that employs over professionals in the United States, Europe, and Asia; in , Galloway founded Red Envelope, one of the earliest e-commerce sites. He was elected to the World Economic Forum 's "Global Leaders of Tomorrow," which recognizes individuals under the age of 40 whose accomplishments have had impact on a global level. Galloway teaches brand management and digital marketing to second-year MBA students. Much of his research focuses on "The Four," or "the Four Horsemen. It analyzes the four companies' peculiar strengths and strategies, their novel economic models, their inherent rapacity, their ambition, and the drastic consequences of their rise that people face in both social and individual terms. In February , Galloway launched The Prof G Show , a weekly podcast answering listener questions on business, money and tech. Since , Galloway repeatedly called for U. Galloway self-describes as an atheist  and advises his students not to follow their passion, but to follow their talent.
Scott Galloway’s TED talk
And volatility is back. My sense that there is more downside than upside in this market at the moment. It helps to recall that old Peter Lynch sentiment…. I came across Erika Kullberg in a Facebook group this week. At some point you need to own something.
This week on Stern Chats, Melanie and Mahum spoke with Megan to discuss the intensely competitive world of professional ballet, balancing academics and motherhood while being at the top of her field, and the power of setting small goals. This week, Kathleen and Daniel a Venture for America Fellow himself speak with Amy about the barriers to entrepreneurship, what it's like to take on the CEO role, and choosing a career that indicates your values. Amy also talks about what it was like being the only single mother in her Stern full-time MBA class and why we should push our institutions to be more equitable and inclusive.