This week Ray reveals some juicy gossip and how UK estate agent Foxtons punches above its weight.
Ray and Jock discuss why Tesla is going to win at energy generation.
Ray and Jock discuss how Ember is reducing Ray’s anxiety, why challenger banks have missed a trick, and how Octopus Energy has an unfair advantage.
Ray and Jock wonder why on earth Salesforce bought Slack, how a cheeky beer saved a legal battle, and why it’s always a bad idea to disrespect your competitors.
Ray and Jock discuss whether it’s better to be good at fixing mistakes or to avoid making them in the first place, how Tesla reduces its cars’ failure rates, and why weighing paper forms is an expensive waste of time.
This week Ray and Jock are talking about toxic lies, taking credit for other people’s ideas and how to give honest feedback.
Ray and Jock reach the iconic chapter of the book and chat about why it’s fruitless to wrestle with pigs, the harsh realisation that sometimes you are in fact the pig, and how that taints your ability to lead.
Ray and Jock discuss what you can and can’t control, which are the right corners to cut when innovating, and how outsiders like SpaceX and Apple look at problems from a fresh perspective.
Ray and Jock discuss how they keep control of their time, why your relationship with a cofounder can be like a marriage, and the secret of what VC investors are really looking for in a startup.
Ray and Jock discuss why Mark McCormack values the people he calls ‘racehorses’, who favour action over deliberation.
This week Ray and Jock discuss the small moments that define how people see us, and talk about autonomy, mastery and purpose.
Ray and Jock reveal where to find the person who will change your life and how lockdown has reminded us of the importance of social contact.
Ray tells Jock why he’s carried a copy of ‘Never Wrestle With A Pig’ in his bag for nearly twenty years, and why Bitcoin believers need more empathy.
Ray and Jock discuss why Amazon Web Services won the cloud, and whether AWS was right to deplatform Parler and Donald Trump.
Ray and Jock dig into one of Jeff Bezos’ letters talking about how high standards can be teachable.
Ray and Jock discuss the real reason why Jeff Bezos stepped down as CEO of Amazon.
This time, Ray and Jock move on from the r/WallStreetBets surge on the GameStop share price. Was the means of protest an effective way to change society? They also discuss challenger banks (or neo-banks) and which institutions they’d trust with their money.
In this opening double episode of The Pig Wrestlers, Ray and Jock discuss r/WallStreetBets and GameStop as a form of civil unrest, how making a point often means making a sacrifice, the market for tradeable NBA video clips and get all sentimental about prime numbers.