But then Bradley digs into the craziness that makes us all thankful for the arrival of Thanksgiving — the crypto pile-on, how to run against Trump, the darkly comic futility of climate conferences, screwing up the World Cup, best Italian restaurant near Kennedy airport, favorite Elton John song, the case for turducken and why there's never any leftover cranberry sauce.
Mark Zuckerberg doesn't fit the profile of an inveterate gambler, so why is he acting like one? Bradley talks to Ben Cohen, 'Science of Success' columnist for the Wall Street Journal and author of 'The Hot Hand: The Mystery and Science of Streaks', about Zuckerberg's all-in wager on the metaverse, why it's going so badly and what the upheaval in the tech and crypto worlds is teaching us about risk.
Intelligence, creativity, risk tolerance, hustle, patience — Bradley reviews the building blocks of a successful work life and the extent to which you can improve yourself in critical areas. Plus, he picks the best alternative to plain old Thanksgiving pumpkin pie.
While the Democrats held off a red wave nationally, that wasn't quite the story in New York state. Bradley sits down with Shontell Smith and Chris Coffey of Tusk Strategies to review the Dems' inept ground game and look ahead to all the Trump-related madness in store for 2024.
On Election Night, the winners will be hailed as geniuses, the losers will be dismissed as, well, losers, and where will that leave the rest of us? Bradley breaks it down with Cristóbal Alex, the head of Tusk Strategies' DC office and former White House Deputy Cabinet Secretary and Senior Advisor to Biden, offering this cold comfort to the Democrats: Don't worry, even the Obama administration got beat up in its first midterms.