How Did Google Become So Powerful and Finding Success When You Are Not an Extrovert
Published September 21, 2017
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    Itching. Just the mention of it probably makes you itch – and you REALLY want to scratch that itch, don't you? But why? Why do itch and why does it feel so good to scratch it? Find out in today’s episode. Then, you probably have been or will be on the Google website today, or use Google Docs or YouTube or some other Google product. Why is Google so successful? Why have they grown so big, so quickly? Someone who has attempted to find those answers is Ken Auletta, media critic for The New Yorker and author of the book Googled: The End of the World As We Know It (http://amzn.to/2wANv77). Listen as Ken explains just how Google became such a big part of all of our lives. Also, most people probably believe that sex can cause a heart attack. Maybe you’ve wondered about it yourself. But what does the science say? Could the exertion of sex trigger a cardiac event – or not? You’ll find out. A lot of the advice on success encourages people to “Get out there.” That in order to be successful, you have to mingle, shake hands, network and be social. But for many of us, that is scary, anxiety-provoking and exhausting. Morra Aarons-Mele author of the book, Hiding in the Bathroom (http://amzn.to/2wIHa4N) explains how introverts or anyone who is socially anxious can still be successful and meet all the right people – and do it on their own terms.
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