Nov. 28, 2016

Lead Sell and Innovate Using Your Visual Mind with Dan Roam

I want to disabuse everyone who is listening to this that you need to be artistic to be able to draw. You don’t. You don’t need even need to be creative. Drawing is not an...

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Nov. 23, 2016

The Richer Life Found in Helping Others with John Certalic

Every behavior has a payoff. I find myself asking “what’s the payoff in behaving the way that I am?” And if Im letting my past control me, there’s a part of me that gives permission...

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Nov. 21, 2016

Making People More Receptive With Presuasion with Robert Cialdini

I think what we have to do is begin with the strength of our message. We go to our content and decide what it is that is really the strongest feature of what we have...

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Nov. 16, 2016

Foundations of Unshakable Power with Kasia Urbaniak

On some level we’ve totally neglected primal communication.Cesar Milan can’t communicate with a dog with words. We’ve neglected that there’s an entire conversation happening between bodies that you can not speak over. You can talk...

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Nov. 14, 2016

Getting Your Creative Ideas Out Into The World with Peter Himmelman

“What are you telling me that can help me own life? In some ways that comes down to a beautiful axiom about living, which is: What exactly are you doing on the planet? What are you...

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Nov. 9, 2016

How To Kill Email Anxiety and Get Real Work Done with Jocelyn Glei

Your email functions like a slot machine. Most of the time you pull the lever and you kind of lose. You get something that’s kind of disappointing. Maybe it’s an email from a frustrated client...

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Nov. 7, 2016

Giving Unconditionally to Grow Exponentially with Phillip Mckernan

Deep deep down, one of the biggest tragedies is in the world today is that we don’t believe in ourselves. We don’t put a value on our own skin. So even though we can give...

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Nov. 2, 2016

The Middleman Economy by Marina Krakovsky

The way I started thinking about middlemen initially was this very simple definition: the person who connects buyers and sellers in a marketplace. In my reporting I actually came across a more expansive and smarter...

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Oct. 31, 2016

Inside the Psychology of Cults with Bob Gower

In classic cult psychology or cult literature, there’s really two characteristics to a cult. First is that it’s ideologically intense and of course that can describe a lot of organizations. Everything from say something like...

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Oct. 26, 2016

How Great Organizations do Ordinary Things in Extraordinary Ways with…

I’ve become absolutely convinced, when we look at how innovation happens inside organizations or how individuals come up with interesting ideas, where such powerful insights come from the most unexpected places. And the way leaders...

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Oct. 24, 2016

Reinventing the American Dream with Courtney Martin

In terms of of the new definition of success, at its most basic we have previously defined the American dream as one individual creating wealth. And usually we define that monetarily, for themselves and their...

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Oct. 19, 2016

Building a Bridge to Brilliance Through Education with Nadia Lopez

At the core, any community around this world, if you do the simple things that require the human element of caring, loving and being present, it shifts the dynamic and trajectory for the lives of...

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Oct. 17, 2016

The Tenets of Mental Toughness With Eric Davis

What causes a lot of people to quit is the first time they fail, the first time they weren’t good enough. It doesn’t matter how great of a football player you are, it doesn’t matter...

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Oct. 12, 2016

Biohacking Your Brain With Andrew Hill

Focus is about the ability to attend at will. And to do so in the presence of distractors. And focus ends up becoming then a balance of continuous resources against transient resources. Transient resources, things where you’re...

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Oct. 10, 2016

Turning a Life That Looks Good on Paper Into One That Is With Smiley …

If it looks good on paper and other people are impressed maybe that means it’s the right thing. And for me, one of the main lesso

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Oct. 5, 2016

The Profound Impact of Growing up Off the Grid with Dean Kosage

Anybody who has achieved in sports or in music or has traveled globally, anyone who has broken out of their social circle has realized there’s a whole big world out there. It gives you a...

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Oct. 3, 2016

How to Live a Good Life with Jonathan Fields

Rather than going into this and saying “this an iterative process, where every time I do something my primary metric is growth and learning”, most people go into it and their primary metric is this...

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Sept. 28, 2016

Creating the Life and Career You Truly Want with Geoff Blades

The question “what do I want?”,we make it this big all encompassing question like one day you’ll wake up and you’ll know with absolutely certainty what the rest of your life is about. And what...

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Sept. 26, 2016

The Power of Making Your Work More Personal with Marian Schembari

“If you are sharing something to connect with people… usually the scarier something feels the better is that you share it, but if it feels like relief, like you would talk to a friend, then...

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Sept. 21, 2016

Smarter Faster Better with Charles Duhigg

Productivity is not about doing things unthinkingly. Productivity is about pushing yourself to think more about things that matter. We know the people who are most productive tend to spend more time thinking about what...

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Sept. 19, 2016

Exploring the Psychology of Human Robot Interaction with Tom Guarriel…

In this interaction that takes place between a person and a robot, the person is a critical determining factor in how that interaction is going to work. Just like with your computer. If you have...

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Sept. 14, 2016

Become a Rockstar on Whatever Stage You Touch with Sekou Andrews

Do you want to make your art your commodity? Answer that. Because that choice is the most difficult choice you’re going to have to make. That’s going to guide and effect everything else that you’re...

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Sept. 12, 2016

Why Your Only Move That Matters is Your Next with Jenny Blake

When I was going through a rough patch I came to one of two conclusions: I’m either destined to be unhappy forever because I keep hitting these existential crises every few years and our society...

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Sept. 7, 2016

The Art of Making Comics with Josh Neufeld

Even outside of outside of whatever skills you develop, say you never become a great guitar player, or singer or artists. That discipline, that willingness to keep working on something until you get better, these...

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