Julian Zelizer is a professor of political history and an author at Princeton University and the co-host of the podcast Politics & Polls. He speaks with us about how ""Life is a marathon not a sprint, why we should "Accept imperfection", and why you should "Just start". Hosted by Duff Watkins.
About Julian Zelizer
Julian Zelizer is a professor of political history and an author at Princeton University.
Julian E. Zelizer has been one of the pioneers in the revival of American political history. He is the author and editor of 19 books on American political history. His latest book Burning Down the House: Newt Gingrich, the Fall of a Speaker, and the Rise of the New Republican Party was published in 2020.
Zelizer is also a frequent commentator in the media. He has published over nine hundred op-eds, including his weekly column on CNN.Com. He is a regular news commentator on radio, television and in print He has received fellowships from the Brookings Institution, the Guggenheim Foundation, the Russell Sage Foundation, New America, and the New York Historical Society.
Julian is also the co-host of the podcast Politics & Polls
Lesson 1: Use your momentum 03m 00s.
Lesson 2: Accept imperfection 06m 10s.
Lesson 3: Just start! 09m 00s.
Lesson 4: Don’t be scared to throw things away 12m 40s.
Lesson 5: Both sides don’t always have a good point 17m14s.
Lesson 6: Life is a marathon not a sprint 26m22s.
Lesson 7: Never do early tomorrow what you can do ridiculously early today 29,40s .
Lesson 8: Nothing is free, it’s just included 34m 28s.
Lesson 9: Today is the most important day of your life 37, 53s.
Lesson 10: Prepare for unexpected opportunities 43m 16s.