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Learn from history's greatest entrepreneurs. Every week I read a biography of an entrepreneur and find ideas you can use in your work. This quote explains why: "There are thousands of years of history in which lots and lots of very smart people worked very hard and ran all types of experiments on how to create new businesses, invent new technology, new ways to manage etc. They ran these experiments throughout their entire lives. At some point, somebody put these lessons down in a book. For v ...
 
Conversations between global citizens on culture observation, digital transformation and self-actualisation. Host Camellia Yang, a Chinese New Zealander, interviews people she met on her digital nomad journey who are on a unique path to creating a better future and shares the lessons and tips they learned. Season One (1 - 111 episodes) is in Chinese. Season Two (112 episodes - current) is in English.
 
Eric Jorgenson's Sandbox of sounds. This started as a way to publish the Almanack of Naval Ravikant or Navalmanack audiobook, and ADD struck. Through this podcast, you get the free version of the audiobook for Almanack of Naval Ravikant: A Guide to Wealth and Happiness, including the foreword by Tim Ferriss. It is full of lessons on entrepreneurship, building businesses, and even more introspective topics like philosophy and happiness, which Naval often tweets about. After the book, this is ...
 
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What I learned from rereading Land's Polaroid: A Company and the Man Who Invented It by Peter C. Wensberg. [0:01] Why is Polaroid a nutty place? To start with, it’s run by a man who has more brains than anyone has a right to. He doesn’t believe anything until he’s discovered it and proved it for himself. Because of that, he never looks at things th…
 
This is the special episode featured a guest speaker Eric Jorgenson at 1729writers Cohort 2. 1729writers is a group of writers inside of the 1729 online community. We explore issues related to the Network State, seek truth, wealth and health and share our ideas and thoughts in public. It’s a great pleasure to have Eric attend one of our weekly comm…
 
Watch on YouTube Marshall Goldsmith has been recognized for years as the world’s leading executive coach and the New York Times bestselling author of many books, including What Got You Here Won’t Get You There, Mojo, and Triggers. He received his Ph.D. from the UCLA Anderson School of Management. In his coaching practice, Goldsmith has advised more…
 
What I learned from reading The Adventures of Herbie Cohen: World's Greatest Negotiator by Rich Cohen. [1:20] The Fish That Ate the Whale: The Life and Times of America's Banana King by Rich Cohen (Founders #255) [2:42] You Can Negotiate Anything: How to Get What You Want by Herb Cohen. [3:57] Even our heroes falter. [6:01] Once you see your life a…
 
Topics: (5:14) - Matt & Ben’s friendship origin (8:42) - Starting Texts From Last Night (18:17) - Matt’s early career with Google, Coachella & Lafayette American (43:33) - Mille Mitten (58:34) - Tik Tok, Ads and Algorithms (1:06:55) - Elon Musk & Twitter (1:15:38) - Fixing Movie Theaters & car charging infrastructure (1:38:07) - Fixing conferences …
 
Donald Robertson is a writer, cognitive-behavioural psychotherapist and trainer. Donald specializes in teaching evidence-based psychological skills, and known as an expert on the relationship between modern psychotherapy (CBT) and classical Greek and Roman philosophy. Robertson has been researching Stoicism and applying it in his work for twenty ye…
 
My guest today is Tom Morgan. Tom is the return guest, and we discussed Joseph Cambell, Carl Jung, Jorden Peterson and Iain McGilchrist in episode #129. Today, we talked about… Commentary on David Fuller's article about Jordan Peterson from two people who are relatively familiar with JP's works. Revisit the Hero Journey coined by Joseph Campbell. W…
 
What I learned from rereading Autobiography of a Restless Mind: Reflections on the Human Condition Volume 1 and Autobiography of a Restless Mind: Reflections on the Human Condition Volume 2 by Dee Hock. [4:39] Quotes: Abraham Lincoln | Pythagoras | Mark Twain | Socrates | Napoleon | Leonardo da Vinci [6:15] One should not read like a dog obeying it…
 
What I learned from rereading One from Many: VISA and the Rise of Chaordic Organization by Dee Hock. [2:00] I feel compelled to open my life to new possibilities. [2:54] Life is a magnificent, mysterious Odyssey to be experienced. [3:12] One From Many (Founders #42) [3:30] Autobiography of a Restless Mind: Reflections on the Human Condition Volume …
 
Read The Distillation of Arnold Schwarzenegger! Watch on YouTube! The Distillation of Arnold Schwarzenegger is a comprehensive look into the mindsets & behaviors Arnold has used to achieve greatness! “Every morning you have two options. Continue to sleep with your dreams or wake up and chase them.” Click Here to Join our Momentum Makers Community! …
 
Kia Ora, Nihao and hello! Welcome to the Chiwi Journal Podcast. I’m your host Camellia Yang. My guest today is Derek Sivers. Derek has been a musician, producer, circus performer, entrepreneur, TED speaker, and book publisher. He’s an author of four books, Anything You Want, Your Music and People, Hell Yeah or No, and How to Live. In today’s episod…
 
What I learned from reading Chronicles: Volume One by Bob Dylan. [0:51] No one could block his way and he didn't have any time to waste. [2:38] Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself. —Bob Dylan [3:01] The best talk on YouTube for entrepreneurs: Runnin' Down a Dream: How to Succeed and Thrive in a Career You Love by Bill…
 
Links: Rohun on Twitter JT Capital The Sovereign Individual by James Davidson CBRE JLL 4 Hour Work Week by Tim Ferriss Loom Maven The Fear Setting Exercise - Tim Ferriss Topics: (6:10) - Why Eric and Rohun Should have been friends 10 years ago (8:30) - Rohun’s Heroes & family dynamic (15:44) - Journeying into Real Estate (20:52) - Getting Reps: Und…
 
Join my Momentum Makers Inner Cirlce - Click HERE Robert Fritz is an accomplished composer, filmmaker, and writer, and he is also an organizational consultant for some of the largest companies in the world. Robert began to see that the very same process that creators use to create music, painting, sculpture, dance, drama, film, poetry and literatur…
 
What I learned from reading Dark Genius of Wall Street: The Misunderstood Life of Jay Gould, King of the Robber Barons by Edward J. Renehan Jr. Listen to every full episode for $10 a month or $99 a year. The key ideas you'll learn pays for the subscription cost thousands of times over. [2:40] John D: The Founding Father of the Rockefellers by David…
 
Michael Mauboussin is the author of The Success Equation: Untangling Skill and Luck in Business, Sports, and Investing, Think Twice: Harnessing the Power of Counterintuition, and More Than You Know: Finding Financial Wisdom in Unconventional Places. Michael is currently Head of Consilient Research at Counterpoint Global. Michael has also held roles…
 
What I learned from reading Explore/Create My Life in Pursuit of New Frontiers, Hidden Worlds, and the Creative Spark by Richard Garriott. [6:49] Richard Garriott’s house [7:39] Past episodes on video game creators Sid Meier's Memoir!: A Life in Computer Games by Sid Meier (Founders#195) Masters of Doom: How Two Guys Created an Empire and Transform…
 
Topics: (6:21) - What is your specific knowledge? (7:20) - Taylor’s career (12:38) - Transaction Cost Economics (20:02) - The work behind Taylor’s first book: The End of Jobs (21:20) - Was publishing that book a major inflection point in your career? (23:53) - Taylor’s writing on the crypto space and work in investing & finance (29:03) - Mutiny Fun…
 
Eric Barker is the author of The Wall Street Journal bestseller “Barking Up the Wrong Tree,” and his new book, “Plays Well with Others,”. On this episode we dive into our increasing emotional distance and loneliness the world is feeling and Eric acts as a guide to help build better friendships, reignite love, and get closer to others, whether you’r…
 
What I learned from reading The Father of Spin: Edward L. Bernays and the Birth of Public Relations by Larry Tye. [0:54] The very substance of American thought was mere clay to be molded by the savvy public relations practitioner. [1:48] Bernays saved every scrap of paper he sent out or took in and provided them to be made public after his death. […
 
🎧 Listen on Spotify If you prefer to listen on Spotify, here’s the feed: Liberty’s Highlights podcast feed on Spotify 🎧 Listen on Apple Podcasts Here’s the podcast feed on Apple Podcasts: Liberty’s Highlights podcast on Apple 📃 Full transcript Full transcript of this podcast with MBI about payments I really enjoyed this conversation about the payme…
 
The Distillation of Michael Jordan Read the FULL Distillation of Michael Jordan Watch on YouTube This Distillation is going to pull back the curtain of the mindsets, behaviors and work ethic behind the greatest basketball player of all time, Michael Jordan. “Anything can happen if you are willing to put in the work and remain open to the possibilit…
 
What I learned from rereading The Fish That Ate the Whale: The Life and Times of America's Banana King by Rich Cohen. [0:47] This story can shock and infuriate us, and it does. But I found it invigorating, too. It told me that the life of the nation was written not only by speech-making grandees in funny hats but also by street-corner boys, immigra…
 
Topics: (3:48) - David Hijacks the podcast: Eric’s Heroes, Munger as a copywriter and “Jeffisms” (8:31) - How did you start Founders Pod and build it into a business? (27:39) - How did you engrain this level of discipline in your craft? (34:41) - Emulating Ed Thorpe (43:59) - The power of podcasting (50:43) - Eric and David discuss career goals (57…
 
What I learned from reading John D: The Founding Father of the Rockefellers by David Freeman Hawke. [0:07] He transmitted messages in code and secrecy covered all of his operations. [0:39] Rockefeller compared himself to Napoleon. [2:20] He could think quicker and along more individual and original lines than any of them. [2:35] It is always hard t…
 
Steve Magness is a world-renowned expert on performance, well-being, and sustainable success. He is coauthor of the best selling Peak Performance and The Passion Paradox. His most recent work is Do Hard Things: Why We Get Resilience Wrong and the Surprising Science of Real Toughness. In his coaching practice, Steve works with executives, entreprene…
 
My guest today is Bear Liu. Bear is a product designer and design mentor. He hosts an award-winning podcast show called BearTalk, focused on sharing his learnings and ideas in design and personal experiences in reading and parenting. In this episode, we talked about: How do Chinese people pick up their English names? From working at a ‘tier 18’ cit…
 
What I learned from reading When Money Was In Fashion: Henry Goldman, Goldman Sachs, and the Founding of Wall Street by June Breton Fisher. [2:30] The Uses of Adversity by Malcolm Gladwell [2:40] Business Breakdowns: Goldman Sachs: Fortune Favors The Old [3:00] Men can learn from the past, and I've been shocked how little some of the younger execut…
 
Daniel Coyle is the New York Times bestselling author of The Culture Code, which was named Best Business Book of the Year by Bloomberg, BookPal, and Business Insider. Coyle has served as an advisor to many high-performing organizations, including the Navy SEALs, Microsoft, Google, and the Cleveland Guardians. His other books include The Talent Code…
 
What I learned from reading Socrates: A Man for Our Times by Paul Johnson. [0:54] I would trade all my technology for an afternoon with Socrates. — Steve Jobs In His Own Words by George Beahm. (Founders #249) [1:20] Churchill by Paul Johnson. (Founders #225) Heroes: From Alexander the Great and Julius Caesar to Churchill and de Gaulle by Paul Johns…
 
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