The John Williams Show Full Podcast 03.07.19: Remembering people’s names, winning $10,000 for reading fine print, trade deficit

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John Williams wants to know what mnemonic devices you use to remember people’s names. That’s after President Trump called Tim Cook “Tim Apple.” Then, a Georgia teacher won $10,000 simply for reading an insurance document all the way through. Her name is Donalen Andrews, and she joins the show to explain how that happened. Shark Tank Winner and I Want to Draw a Cat For You Creator Steve Gadlin talks about what he’s doing now, after having restarted his company, along with The Nairobi Project. Finally, the trade deficit has reached an all-time high. The New York Times calls it a “Blow to Trump.” NYT Trade and International Economics Reporter Ana Swanson explains that.

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