Blog Header
The Insights Blog

Dedicated To Helping Readers
Be More Interesting
Since 2004.

As Featured In:

The Non-Obvious Insights Show – Episode #218

It’s been a busy week with my last night’s inaugural edition of my new Non-Obvious Virtual Summit which focused on the Future of Learning (watch the replay here). And a double header today with a SXSW Session virtual keynote at Noon EST, followed by another episode of my new Non-Obvious Insights Show (video below). There are some good ones from the pizza shop owner who made money by ordering underpriced pizzas from his own restaurant through Doordash and the surprising truth about air pollution. Plus NASA issues rules for space ethics, and an addictive new website where you can use AI to invent words that don’t exist. Enjoy the stories, and just hit reply to let me know what you think of them!

Here are the stories covered this week with links for further reading:

The Museum of Youth Culture Wants Your Teenage Memories…

Traffic Is Way Down Because Of Lockdown, But Air Pollution? Not So Much…

The Coming Disruption Scott Galloway predicts a handful of elite cyborg universities will soon monopolize higher education.… is rewriting the dictionary with the help of AI…

Door Dash and Pizza Arbitrage…

Millennials ‘Killed’ These Products, But COVID-19 Brought Them Back…

NASA Just Released The Artemis Accords – Guidelines For Humans to Abide by in Space…

The Artemis Accords…

A Prominent Virginia Chef Will Serve Drive-In Tasting Menus From His Parking Lot…

German restaurant gives patrons hats with pool noodles to keep social distance after reopening…

The World’s Two-Wheel Future…

Why Is Facebook So Afraid of Checking Facts?…

This App Uses Karaoke to Get You Speaking New Languages…

After My Wife Died I Was Consumed by Both Grief and Paperwork. We Must Work Together to Change the Medical System…

Kellogg’s Redesigns Froot Loops Mascot And People Toucan’t Contain Their Dismay…

How a homage to Afghanistan’s hidden art tradition won The Drum Design Awards Grand Prix…

Leave a Comment

Vector Smart Object

About Rohit

A keynote speaker on trends, innovation, marketing, storytelling and diversity.

Rohit Bhargava is on a mission to inspire more non-obvious thinking in the world. He is the #1 Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestselling author of eight books and is widely considered one of the most entertaining and original speakers on disruption, trends and marketing in the world.

Rohit has been invited to keynote events in 32 countries … and over the past year, given more than 100 virtual talks from his home studio. He previously spent 15 years as a marketing strategist at Ogilvy and Leo Burnett and also teaches marketing and storytelling as an adjunct professor at Georgetown University.

He loves the Olympics, actively hates cauliflower and is a proud dad of boys.

Rohit Bhargava About (1)


Do you need a speaker that can help your audience be more innovative and anticipate the future?

For more than a decade, Rohit Bhargava has been inspiring audiences at NASA, Disney, Schwab, Microsoft, SXSW, Coca-Cola and hundreds of other clients with his signature non-obvious keynote presentations. He is a master at weaving recent stories into his talks in a way that helps audiences better understand the world today, while also preparing to lead the future.

Non Obvious Insights
Layer 97
Non Obvious Insights Newsletter
Layer 118

Skip the obvious and anticipate the future with our weekly newsletter. Join over 25,000 subscribers and start receiving the stories (and insights) you’ve been missing.


#1 WSJ & USAToday Bestselling Author

Rohit is the author of 8 books on trends, the future of business, building a more human brand with storytelling and how to create a more diverse and inclusive world.

Vector Smart Object


Have a Question or Inquiry?

Just fill out this form, and we’ll get back to you within 24 hours!

About You

What Are You Contacting Us About*:

Your Message