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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
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
As Jesse found out when building his vision it was getting the right people excited that made all the difference.
Psypreneur performance coach Joey Doughty takes us on his learning journey on how he cleverly combines psychology with entrepreneurship in his profession and business.
Memory athlete Brian Groat lets us in on the different memory techniques to harness the power of your brain.
In this episode, Julia looks back on her copywriting journey and becoming an expert in online courses.
In this interview with Daniel Canosa, we learn more about knowledge management and his learning journey becoming a full time online creator.
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.
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.
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.
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
Information is growing exponentially. Knowledge, which lives inside people, is bounded. The challenge is updating that knowledge based on the latest relevant information.
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.
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.
Technology can only help people learn better if it complements the emotional, social and community aspect of learning.
I talk with James Stuber about how he got through his step when learning Japanese and went on to become fluent.
We also talk about EQ and empathy, idea generation, finding your purpose, how habits beat goals, and about storytelling.
He He built a digital outreach agency over the past year which now generates $20k per month.
We also talk about how Ryan discovered a repeatable process to succesfully learn anything fast.
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