Blog Category: Personal Development

Barry Michels: This is What’s Really in Your Subconscious Mind

“Give me all your money,” he says. My heart starts racing. I’ll puke soon. I’ve never been physically robbed. But I’ve had another kind of gun to my head… I think we…

“Give me all your money,” he says. My heart starts racing. I’ll puke soon. I’ve never been physically robbed. But I’ve had another kind of gun to my head… I think we all have. I’ll give an example: It’s Friday afternoon. Your boss or someone who has some power over you calls. He leaves a […]

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343 – Tony Rock: The Process to Get ANY Idea Off the Ground

I had to mention that he was Chris Rock’s brother. I would’ve felt weird if I didn’t. But Chris Rock is not Tony Rock’s mentor. In fact, they rarely talk about stand…

I had to mention that he was Chris Rock’s brother. I would’ve felt weird if I didn’t. But Chris Rock is not Tony Rock’s mentor. In fact, they rarely talk about stand up together. Tony always wanted to be a comedian. From the moment he listened to Richard Pryor, George Carlin and Bill Cosby, he […]

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Frank Oz: How To Create Something Original

I asked if he could do a voice for me. “It’s fine to ask me,” Frank Oz said. “Can you do a voice for me,” I said. “No.” We laughed. I already…

I asked if he could do a voice for me. “It’s fine to ask me,” Frank Oz said. “Can you do a voice for me,” I said. “No.” We laughed. I already knew he was going to say no. We talked about it before we started recording. And he told me why: “It’s too show […]

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Anders Ericsson [Anniversary Episode]: 7 Secrets of Mastery

Episode 341: Anniversary Episode Anders K. Ericsson discovered the “10,000” hour rule. I had him on my podcast in 2016 to talk about peak performance. (One of my favorite topics.) He broke…

Episode 341: Anniversary Episode Anders K. Ericsson discovered the “10,000” hour rule. I had him on my podcast in 2016 to talk about peak performance. (One of my favorite topics.) He broke down the steps everyone needs to know to learn and MASTER a skill. I still use what I learned from Anders everyday. So […]

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Erika Ender: Everybody Has Talent

I’m so happy to present this episode to you. I originally interviewed Erika Ender in October of 2017. I wanted to re-release this episode to celebrate her recent Grammy nomination for “best…

I’m so happy to present this episode to you. I originally interviewed Erika Ender in October of 2017. I wanted to re-release this episode to celebrate her recent Grammy nomination for “best song of the year” for Despacito, which she wrote with Luis Fonsi. The song has 7billion+ views on YouTube. I asked how she […]

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Bill Beteet: The Pursuit… Sacrificing Everything You Know for What You Really Love

Episode 305: The Pursuit… Sacrificing Everything You Know for What You Really Love It’s weird. Normally, the people I interview on this podcast are at the end of their career. Bill is…

Episode 305: The Pursuit… Sacrificing Everything You Know for What You Really Love It’s weird. Normally, the people I interview on this podcast are at the end of their career. Bill is just starting. He spent years in law school. And then made up his mind (after a day of fasting) that he’s going to […]

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Aaron Carroll: It’s All Relative – Nutrition Myths Debunked

Every woman I’ve ever had a relationship with has been healthier than me. And they’re always lecturing me. Even my 15 year old daughter. So I invited Aaron Carroll, pediatrician and the…

Every woman I’ve ever had a relationship with has been healthier than me. And they’re always lecturing me. Even my 15 year old daughter. So I invited Aaron Carroll, pediatrician and the author of “The Bad Food Bible: How and Why to Eat Sinfully” on the podcast. I wanted to throw out every argument ever […]

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