Dexter explains how to create a “Personal Bubble” around oneself to block out any unwanted influence.
Jolenta and Kristen give an update on their ebook sales and talk about life as published authors.
Former meditation guru turned ‘busy brain’ evangelist, Nancy Newman joins Dexter to talk about the benefits of having a full mind.
By popular demand, Jolenta and Kristen live by their first ebook
Personal branding expert Steve Jobs joins Dexter to talk about how to create global envy with your public persona.
Jolenta and Kristen debrief on America's Cheapest Family
Jolenta and Kristen get thrifty with America's Cheapest Family
Dear Prudence: The "Radical Unfriendliness" Edition
Josh and Bret sit down, not to discuss what happened—you can hear that elsewhere—but to discuss how his ideas led him here: Ideas about equality, learning, justice, and Ritalin.
Dear Prudence: The “Capitalism is the Problem” Edition
Featuring comedians Naomi Ekperigin and her "Jew boo" Andy Beckerman
Josh sits down with comic Mike Coscarelli and libertarian journalist Anthony Fisher to ask: How much free speech is too much free speech?
In the season two finale, Gaby talks to a range of people from the parts of American financial culture the system would rather not think about.
Gaby explores a variety of financial situations where practical advice is practically useless.
Gaby attempts to balance practical financial advice with her growing sense that the entire financial system is irreparably busted.
Gaby's in a panic after reading Jane Mayer's "Dark Money." You should be, too.
Dear Prudence: The “Gravity Is Mad at You” Edition
Why does the idea of a businessman as president make so much sense to people? Especially when the actual president is a terrible businessman?
At a live Brooklyn lollapalooza, three commanding comics join Josh to discuss being black,female and/or just weird in the first 100 days of Trump's America.
Gaby tries to figure out why on earth people a) spend a fortune on weddings, and b) want to get married in the first place.
Gaby tries to understand the social philosophies behind her tax return.