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Gayle Allen
Curious Minds
Innovation in Life and Work
Learn from inspiring innovators who are rethinking life and work in a changing world. Each week, Gayle Allen discovers how these entrepreneurs, writers, scientists and inventors, achieve their most fascinating and inspiring breakthroughs. Have fun taking a peek into their Curious Minds!
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 499 ratings
Great topics, great interviews
I may be biased in her selection of guests, but I will say that Gayle Allen is great a coaxing insightful and revealing interviews from the people she talks to. She's a smart, well-prepared, and wise interviewer who asks great questions. You'll enjoy this podcast.Read full review »
Prof app via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/25/20
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zuanydr via Apple Podcasts · Mexico · 05/02/20
Wonderful Resource
Gayle’s show is always such a pleasure to listen to. I often use it as a resource to find books to read. It has also opened my mind to so many different ways to think about solving problems and creative solutions at work, home and life in general. She asks such thoughtful questions of her guests...Read full review »
SamDewan via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/14/20
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