In Big Questions, Cal continues his journey. Uncovering the heart, head and soul of his guests in thoughtful, deep and entertaining conversations with some of the world's most influential individuals.
The founder of Not Impossible Labs tips off his next landmark invention: a band that can stop tremors caused by Parkinson’s Disease.
Not Impossible Labs has previously invented a devise that allowed a paralyzed graffiti artist to create art using only his eyes, and 3-D printed prosthetic arms for those who’ve had their limbs blown off during the civil war in Sudan.
The device that can curtail the tremors of those afflicted with Parkinson’s Disease is Mick Ebeling’s latest proof that anything we can imagine we can create.
Jocko Willink, the former Navy Seal Commander, explains how his fundamental laws of combat translate into leadership in business, and gets Cal to wonder how he might incorporate aspects of military training into his own life.
Cal gets a glimpse of the future from psychologist Linda Papadopoulos as she breaks the news about life-sized robots now being manufactured to the buyers' individual tastes. These robots are built not only as the sexual partners of our dreams. They can be programmed to say what we want to hear, to read our expressions, and to respond in a way that will make us feel better. Not only that, but they can store information to enhance future experiences. Cal is still picking his jaw off the floor and pondering questions that come out of some of the takeaways.
Cal discovers how the best-selling author, investor, financial analyst, blogger, podcaster and delightful conversationalist once reduced all his worldly possessions to15 items that could fit in a small satchel that he carried with him from Airbnb to Airbnb. A tad extreme, yes, but the takeaways on discipline can elevate anybody's life.
Reboot your childhood curiosity just like Cal did, by listening to 8-year-old Eva Karpman, who's asked questions to General Stanley McChrystal, best-selling author Simon Sinek, and billionaires for her Dream Big podcast.
The singer reveals the journey that produced the hit song I Took A Pill in Ibiza.
Cal has lost 20 pounds after meeting Spartan CEO Joe De Sena, running obstacle races and changing the way he eats. But he still has to deal with his feelings for ice cream. Food therapist Dr. Lara Pence comes to the rescue . . .
Cal opens the party to a lot of new listeners with takeaways from Kobe Bryant, Soul Cycle CEO Melanie Whelan, memory expert Jim Kwik, marketing guru Seth Godin, media titan Nely Galan, broadcaster Larry King and many others. The champagne is on ice . . .
The singer of the hit Fight Song teaches Cal the power of persistence.
Cal learns what it’s like to be Warren Buffett on the inside and a piñata on the outside.
The Buried Life star once again finds the best within himself.
The suicide bombing at an Ariana Grande concert a year ago led to a benefit concert that is the definition of overcoming obstacles.
The celebrity memory coach hones Cal’s mind.
The World According to the CEO of Tanto Capital Partners.
It’s a landmark day as Cal guides the silver-medal winning figure skater to new ground.
The Soul Pancake CEO shows Cal how to evolve in business.
Why Cal went back to high school chemistry in his 30s, and how The Science Guy plans to save the world
A conversation between Cal and The King for the ages.
The CEO of Billboard and The Hollywood Reporter shows Cal how Steve Jobs was the most important artist of the last 100 years.
Cal meets the founder of Spartan, agrees to enter an obstacle race and brings in the amazing Lil Misty Diaz (on crutches!) to train him.
The Chairman and CEO of BET gives Cal insights that overlap the fight for Civil Rights and the women’s movement.
The SoulCycle leader shows Cal how to think and listen like a CEO.
In a time of frustration, anger and change, Randi opens Cal's eyes to a lot of things he did not know.
Cal dives deep into the stories of Alex Banayan's unprecedented adventure—from hacking Warren Buffett’s shareholders meeting to chasing Larry King through a grocery store to celebrating in a nightclub with Lady Gaga.
The best-selling author teaches Cal how to think like a marketer.
Cal and Dr. Mehmet Oz talk about getting more out of yourself and your life in a time that demands it.
Cal gets tips for success from the man who turned a $10 hat into a $6 billion business.
In a year filled with terrorist attacks and natural disasters, Scooter Braun is pushed to get the most out of himself.
Cal uncovers how Kobe made the leap from one of the NBA's greats to Oscar nominee.
Today, Cal takes us all the way back to November, 1963, when he first realized the power of his curiosity in one of the nation’s most difficult moments.