what is CLV?


It appears there was a misunderstanding, as the provided clips do not mention or define CLV. CLV typically stands for Customer Lifetime Value, which is a business metric that estimates the total revenue a business can expect from a single customer throughout their relationship with the company. It helps businesses understand the long-term value of their customer relationships and can inform decisions on customer acquisition and retention strategies. However, this is a general definition of CLV, and since the term was not specifically discussed in the provided clips from , I cannot provide a Huberman Lab-specific viewpoint on the topic.


Could you explain more about Customer Lifetime Value?

I apologize for any confusion, but my purpose is to provide information from the podcast, which focuses on neuroscience, biology, and how our sensory systems impact our experience of the world. Customer Lifetime Value (CLV) is a business and marketing concept that is generally not within the scope of the topics.

As such, there is no data from Huberman Lab to explain Customer Lifetime Value. If you're interested in neuroscience or topics that Dr. Andrew Huberman covers, I'd be happy to help with that!