Think About This… with Shelly Palmer & Ross Martin

Think About This… with Shelly Palmer & Ross Martin

Shelly Palmer, Ross Martin and some of the world's most intriguing people will challenge you to think differently about business, money, culture, technology, media, marketing and more. With digital transformation upending companies, industries and careers, you need answers so let Shelly and Ross help you survive the disruption.... Show More
November 13, 2019 32 min

Think About This... Did a drone from a spaceship just deliver your pizza? Did a sugar pill just take away all of your pain? How many trees could you plant in a day? How many ear wiggles could you do in 30 seconds? You may win a lot of cash if you stay off your smartphone for a year, but how would you get through dinner with your mom and dad? Do you like Think About This…? Head over to Apple Podcasts and give us a 5 star rating, it helps other people find the podcast and you’ll feel like you achieved something today.

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