Blog Category: new york times best seller

Ep. 232: Jocko Willink – What I Learned About Being a Warrior

Episode 232: The way of the warrior I was afraid before interviewing Jocko. I think it was instinctual. His body is seven times the size of mine. I pointed at the cover…

Episode 232: The way of the warrior I was afraid before interviewing Jocko. I think it was instinctual. His body is seven times the size of mine. I pointed at the cover of his new book, “The Way of The Warrior Kid. “See this kid,” I said. “That’s me right now.” I like to overlap […]

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Ep. 231: Jim Norton – Dropout and Laugh (A Comedian’s Journey)

Episode 231: A Comedian’s Journey Jim Norton is the reason why I do podcasts. First, he’s a world-famous comedian, recently released a one hour special on Netflix, has been on shows like…

Episode 231: A Comedian’s Journey Jim Norton is the reason why I do podcasts. First, he’s a world-famous comedian, recently released a one hour special on Netflix, has been on shows like “Louie” and “Inside Amy Schumer” has written two New York Times bestselling books and has appeared on countless radio shows and podcasts. But […]

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Ep. 229: Brandon Webb – Becoming The Master Of Your Own Fate

His platoon was counting on him. He couldn’t come back a failure. Brandon Webb was deployed to the Middle East four times. He was a SEAL and then he became special operations…

His platoon was counting on him. He couldn’t come back a failure. Brandon Webb was deployed to the Middle East four times. He was a SEAL and then he became special operations sniper. “We were new guys. New guys didn’t get that opportunity,” he said. “We were excited but terrified…” He had to learn how […]

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Ep. 224: Dave Asprey – The Way To Evolve Better (in 5 steps)

Dave Asprey wants to live to be 180 years old and I don’t really believe it’s possible. But I admire him for trying. I’m fine if I die tomorrow. I feel I…

Dave Asprey wants to live to be 180 years old and I don’t really believe it’s possible. But I admire him for trying. I’m fine if I die tomorrow. I feel I created good kids. Mission accomplished. BUT, if I have to live longer, I want to have high quality of life. When I read […]

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Ep. 221: Tucker Max – The Top Five Things I Learned From Tucker Max

“You and I both know what happened to you 18 months ago,” he said. “If you don’t write about it, you will die as an artist.” Tucker’s sold over 3 million copies…

“You and I both know what happened to you 18 months ago,” he said. “If you don’t write about it, you will die as an artist.” Tucker’s sold over 3 million copies of his books. I know I’m going to have to listen to him. Maybe later. I’ve known Tucker many years. I can safely, […]

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Ep. 216: Yuval Noah Harari – The Next Step in Our Evolution

My ancestor from 70,000 years ago was smarter than me. He knew every plant, mushroom, animal, predator, prey in a several mile radius. He knew how to make weapons. He knew how…

My ancestor from 70,000 years ago was smarter than me. He knew every plant, mushroom, animal, predator, prey in a several mile radius. He knew how to make weapons. He knew how to capture something, make it edible. I can barely order delivery. And as far as weapons, they say “the pen is mightier than […]

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Ep. 214: Cass Sunstein – The World According to Star Wars

I want to be a Jedi Knight. The idea of surrendering to some “force” greater than oneself. The idea of being in touch with some essence that can bring out my full…

I want to be a Jedi Knight. The idea of surrendering to some “force” greater than oneself. The idea of being in touch with some essence that can bring out my full potential in way that I could never possibly understand. When Cass Sunstein, genius economist (author of “Nudge“, 40 other books, does Nobel-prize level […]

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