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How did you learn that?

How did you learn that?

“How did you learn that?” is a question Andrew Barry often asks others, but in this episode he’ll be the one answering it! On effective teaching and learning methods, storytelling and a whole lot more

How to learn a new language and actually getting confident enought to speak it

How to learn a new language and actually getting confident enought to speak it

Polyglot Clara speaks 7 languages. Here she shares her process, which you can also use to learn any language from zero.

How to learn the skills you need to make $20k per month with an online business.. in less than 6 months

How to learn the skills you need to make $20k per month with an online business.. in less than 6 months

Superlearner Devesh built an online outreach agency to $25k MRR in 2020 while still in university, and started a profitable influencer marketing agency in 2021. Here he explains how he learned the necessary skills in a few months with Twitter and some online courses

How to build a remote company from idea to exit with Art Lapinsch

How to build a remote company from idea to exit with Art Lapinsch

Art Lapinsch worked for a venture builder in Silicon Valley, before quitting and building his own company, fully remote and without VC money. He is now sharing his learnings and working on an online course

Hasan Kubba, Author of The 2021 Business Book of The Year, on how to monetize your small audience

Hasan Kubba, Author of The 2021 Business Book of The Year, on how to monetize your small audience

Hasan Kubba wrote 'The Unfair Advantage'. In this podcast he explains how you can find your unfair advantage, and use it to earn a living online even if your audience is small.

Ultralearning author Scott Young on how to learn anything fast (even if you're no genius)

Ultralearning author Scott Young on how to learn anything fast (even if you're no genius)

Scott Young learned to speak Chinese in 3 months, and passed MIT Computer Science curriculum in 12 months. He then wrote a book called Ultralearning with 9 principles for learning any skill fast.

Extreme learning. Just do it. Fail. Fail better. Fail forward.

Extreme learning. Just do it. Fail. Fail better. Fail forward.

4x entrepreneur Cam Houser failed twice before building a successful company on the third attempt.

The creative process and language learning

The creative process and language learning

Online facilitator and polyglot René Nauheimer on how to set up a creative group process for success, and how the same techniques help with learning multiple languages

Learning is messy

Learning is messy

Professional learner Ramses Oudt explains why learning is inherently a messy process, which is why structures and consistent reflection need to always be in place to get the most out of learning.

From winning cases to winning audiences

From winning cases to winning audiences

From speaking in courtrooms to becoming one of the world's most recognized performative speakers, Robbie Crabtree uses knowledge from a wide array of disciplines to deliver impactful speeches

Learning from history

Learning from history

History offers valuable lessons on the problems we face now. Dan Collison tells us about naivity as a superpower and how to beat the Minotaur

Who Not How

Who Not How

As Jesse found out when building his vision it was getting the right people excited that made all the difference.

The psychology of online entrepreneurship

The psychology of online entrepreneurship

Psypreneur performance coach Joey Doughty takes us on his learning journey on how he cleverly combines psychology with entrepreneurship in his profession and business.

Building Memory Palaces

Building Memory Palaces

Memory athlete Brian Groat lets us in on the different memory techniques to harness the power of your brain.

The importance of copywriting for online teaching

The importance of copywriting for online teaching

In this episode, Julia looks back on her copywriting journey and becoming an expert in online courses.

The Online Creator Journey with Daniel Canosa

The Online Creator Journey with Daniel Canosa

In this interview with Daniel Canosa, we learn more about knowledge management and his learning journey becoming a full time online creator.

Learning, unlearning and anxiety with Nick Wignall

Learning, unlearning and anxiety with Nick Wignall

Anxiety is learning gone awry. But it can be overcome by unlearning and relearning. We also talk about staying motivated by following your curiosity, about self-compassion, paralysis by analysis and immersion.

Learning from your different personalities with John Pinckard

Learning from your different personalities with John Pinckard

We have multiple personalities inside us, which we can access to gain different perspectives, learn and get creative. John Pinckard helps entrepreneurs access their personalities to unlock creativity. Startups are highly creative, though often not seen as such.

Telling Your Story with John Bates

Telling Your Story with John Bates

Never tell a story without a point, and never make a point without a story. All the logic in the world won't convince anybody if you can't make an emotional connection, and you can make that connection with a story. John Bates learnt from his own experience how to speak like a leader and tell a convincing story.

Momentum beats motivation - with Corey Wilks

Momentum beats motivation - with Corey Wilks

Motivation is a lie, a fleeting emotion. Momentum however is real, and you can create systems that build momentum and then ride it out. Putting on your gym shoes may create the momentum to go for a run. With Corey Wilks

Exponential information growth in medicine with Junaid Kalia MD

Exponential information growth in medicine with Junaid Kalia MD

Information is growing exponentially. Knowledge, which lives inside people, is bounded. The challenge is updating that knowledge based on the latest relevant information.

Embracing Chaos with Nate Kadlac

Embracing Chaos with Nate Kadlac

For any note taking system, there's bad chaos and good chaos. Bad chaos is when we are overwhelmed by TODO's and lose sight of the bigger picture. Good chaos is the unavoidable messiness of ideas that brings inspiration.

Emmy Sobieski on Neuroplasticity

Emmy Sobieski on Neuroplasticity

20 years ago, it was said, if you had a tough childhood you're going to struggle for the rest of your life. Now we're slowly starting to realize we can rewire ourselves to become resilient through neuro-plasticity.

Learning is highly emotional

Learning is highly emotional

Technology can only help people learn better if it complements the emotional, social and community aspect of learning.

How to master a new language

How to master a new language

I talk with James Stuber about how he got through his step when learning Japanese and went on to become fluent.

Understanding the power of your super brain

Understanding the power of your super brain

We also talk about EQ and empathy, idea generation, finding your purpose, how habits beat goals, and about storytelling.

Learning by doing

Learning by doing

He He built a digital outreach agency over the past year which now generates $20k per month.

Superpower of focus in the internet age

Superpower of focus in the internet age

We also talk about how Ryan discovered a repeatable process to succesfully learn anything fast.

Breaking knowledge down

Breaking knowledge down

We talk about breaking knowledge down into its fundamental blocks, making evergreen notes in a Zettelkasten and a way to get into your flow state instantly.

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