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How to Make a Difference and Find Your Purpose — Blake Mycoskie

“You can’t lose everything when what you care about are the people and the memories you have.”  – Blake Mycoskie This episode of the podcast features Blake Mycoskie (@blakemycoskie). Blake Mycoskie is the Founder and Chief Shoe Giver of TOMS, and the person behind the One for One® business model, which helps a person in […]

The 10 Commandments of Startup Success with Reid Hoffman

“Hard work isn’t enough, and more work is never the real answer.”  – Reid Hoffman On this special episode, we’re going to share with you the “10 Commandments for Startup Success.” They’re drawn from the new podcast Masters of Scale, which is hosted by my friend and today’s guest Reid Hoffman (@reidhoffman). Reid has been […]

Cool Tools for Travel – Tim Ferriss and Kevin Kelly

Kevin Kelly (@kevin2kelly) might be the real-life Most Interesting Man In The World. I’ve always wanted to travel with him, and we recently headed to Uzbekistan together. This episode covers some of our favorite travel tools. Kevin is Senior Maverick at Wired Magazine, which he co-founded in 1993. He also co-founded the All Species Foundation, a […]

Maximizing Strength, Improving Mindset, and Becoming the World’s Fittest Man – Jason Khalipa

“Be easy. Life is good.” – Jason Khalipa Jason Khalipa (@jasonkhalipa IG, Twitter) is one of the fittest men in the world – a title that was officially his when he won the CrossFit Games in 2008.  He is an 8-time CrossFit Games competitor, a 3-time Team USA CrossFit member, and — among other athletic […]

The Magic, Misdirection, and Mindset of David Blaine

“I never look at anything really as a success. I always look at it as a work in progress.” – David Blaine David Blaine (@davidblaine) is a magician, illusionist, and endurance artist. He is best known for his high-profile feats of endurance and has set and broken several world records. A while back, he taught a […]

The Quiet Master of Cryptocurrency — Nick Szabo

“Trusted third parties are security holes.” – Nick Szabo Nick Szabo (@NickSzabo4) is a polymath. The breadth and depth of his interests and knowledge are truly astounding. He’s a computer scientist, legal scholar, and cryptographer best known for his pioneering research in digital contracts and cryptocurrency. The phrase and concept of “smart contracts” were developed […]

How to Fear Less: Vince Vaughn

“Fear is more crippling than the actual consequences.” – Vince Vaughn Vince Vaughn (@WildWest) is one of the most prolific actors, writers, and producers in the world. He’s acted in more than thirty major motion pictures that have gone on to gross more than 1.7 billion at the box office. He is largely credited for […]

Phil Keoghan — The Magic of Bucket Lists and Amazing Races

“We celebrate success, but I think we should also just celebrate giving it a go.” – Phil Keoghan Phil Keoghan (@PhilKeoghan) has worked in television for almost thirty years on more than a thousand program episodes in more than a hundred countries. His work has earned him numerous awards, including ten prime-time Emmys. He is […]

The Relationship Episode: Sex, Love, Polyamory, Marriage, and More (with Esther Perel)

“Nothing will give us more meaning in life than to know that we matter for others.” – Esther Perel I’ve wanted to speak with psychotherapist Esther Perel for years. In a cover story, The New York Times called her the most important game changer in sexuality and relational health since Dr. Ruth. Her TED talks […]

Accelerated Learning and Mentors – My Personal Story

This episode is by request. You have asked me many times for an episode on education, accelerated learning, and my mentors. It will all be covered in the following conversation with Charles Best (@charlesbest), the founder and CEO of DonorsChoose.org, a non-profit website that enables anyone to help a classroom in need. It is one […]

How to Reverse Aging with Art De Vany

“There is no such thing as successful aging because aging is damage.” – Art De Vany Dr. Arthur De Vany is nearly eighty years old and ripped. Better known as Art De Vany, he was signed as a professional baseball player in his youth and later earned his Ph.D. in Economics at UCLA. He is most […]

The Savant of Speed — Ryan Flaherty

“Don’t buy complexity; the simpler you make your training, the better the results become.” – Ryan Flaherty Ryan Flaherty (@ryanflaherty1) is the Senior Director of Performance at Nike. Prior to holding that position, Ryan was the Founder and President of Prolific Athletes LLC, a sports performance facility in San Diego, California, where he trained some […]

Exploring Smart Drugs, Fasting, and Fat Loss — Dr. Rhonda Patrick

“Avoiding all stress isn’t the answer to fighting aging; it’s about building resiliency to environmental stress.”  – Rhonda Patrick Rhonda Patrick, PhD, (@foundmyfitness) is an American biochemist and scientist. She first appeared on this podcast back in episode twelve, and whether you want to extend life, inexpensively buy a stem cell “insurance policy,” or guard […]

The Alien of Extraordinary Ability

“Just because you use your eyes, doesn’t mean you see what’s actually there.” – Murray Carter Murray Carter (@CarterCutlery) is a Canadian craftsman like no other. At eighteen, he fell into an apprenticeship with a sixteenth generation Yoshimoto bladesmith that lasted six years — and was asked to take the position of number seventeen in […]

Dorian Yates on High Intensity Training, Injury Prevention, and Building Maximum Muscle

“The last one or two reps at the end of the set — that’s where the magic happens.” – Dorian Yates Dorian Yates (@dorian_yates) is a six-time Mr. Olympia who took the extreme sport of bodybuilding to a new level. He’s one of my adolescent heroes whose innovations in training (e.g., Occam’s protocol) influenced what […]

Marie Kondo — The Japanese Tidying Master

“You could say that tidying orders the mind while cleaning purifies it.” – Marie Kondo Marie Kondo (@MarieKondo, also known as “KonMari”) is a Japanese organizing consultant, author, and entrepreneur. She developed a revolutionary method of organizing known as the KonMari Method, which consists of gathering together everything you own, one category at a time, […]

Cory Booker — Street Fights, 10-Day Hunger Strikes, and Creative Problem-Solving

“Don’t feel powerless, ever.” – Cory Booker Cory Booker (@corybooker) is an American politician and the junior United States Senator from New Jersey. I generally have an allergy to politics, but Cory’s story is endlessly fascinating (e.g., he’s faced down death threats from gangs, run into burning buildings, and much more), and we have a few […]

The Tim Ferriss Radio Hour: How to Control Stress, Upgrade Your Nutrition, and Build the Mindset of a Gladiator

“You want to change your life fast? Then trade your expectation for appreciation; you’ll have a whole new life.” -Tony Robbins Welcome to the second installment of The Tim Ferriss Radio Hour. After more than 200 conversations with the world’s top performers, you start to spot certain patterns. These are the shared habits, hacks, philosophies, […]

How to Be Creative Like a Motherfcker — Cheryl Strayed

“One of the scariest things in our lives is actually doing what we know we want to do.” – Cheryl Strayed If you’re interested in the creative process of a famed author, jumpstarting your own creation, note taking, list making, or simply handling hard emotions, this episode is for you.  Recorded in front of a […]

The Secrets, Tactics, and Creative Processes of High Performers and Achievers — Debbie Millman

“No amount of money, no amount of security is ever going to give you the sense that this is the right time.” – Debbie Millman This is round two for Debbie Millman, whose first interview on this show quickly became one of the most downloaded episodes of all time (listen to it here). Graphic Design […]

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