#377: Psychedelics — Microdosing, Mind-Enhancing Methods, and More
This episode features a panel that I moderated in front of a standing-room-only crowd at the Please enjoy!
#376: How Seth Godin Manages His Life — Rules, Principles, and Obsessions (Repost)
This interview originally aired in 2016. You can find the show notes here: (which you can find by typing “Seth” into Google) is one of the most popular in the world. In 2013, Godin was inducted into the Direct Marketing Hall of Fame. Recently, Godin turned the book publishing world on its ear by launching a series of four books via Kickstarter. The campaign reached its goal in just three hours and became the most successful book project in Kickstarter history. In this episode, we cover dozens of topics and stories, including some he’s never discussed publicly before. Here’s a small sample: A list of the audiobooks he listens to repeatedly, some once per month His morning routine, breakfast, dietary habits, and email processing Meditative practices Why he’s fixated on and mastered coffee and vodka, despite the fact that he consumes neither Suggestions for going from “wantrepreneur” to entrepreneur How to determine if you’re better off a “freelancer” or “entrepreneur,” and the differences in his mind Why he has the most impressive cookbook collection our mutual chef friends have ever seen His rules for saying “no” to opportunities, how he thinks about public speaking, etc. His recipe for honey oatmeal vodka, and his favorite chocolates in the world Thoughts on improving how parents educate their children General philosophies and guidelines he uses for life management Enjoy!
#375: Josh Waitzkin — How to Cram 2 Months of Learning into 1 Day
"From my perspective, the goal is unobstructed self-expression." — Josh Waitzkin Josh Waitzkin, author of
#374: Chip Conley — Building Empires, Tackling Cancer, and Surfing the Liminal
"The question would be: 'What mastery can you offer?' So have a friend of yours ask that question of you five times, and you'll be sort of surprised at, by the fifth time you get asked that question, and you've had to come up with four other answers before that, what kind of revelation you may have in this archaeological dig." — Chip Conley At age 52, after selling the company he founded and ran as CEO for 24 years, rebel boutique hotelier Chip Conley (
#373: Jerry Colonna — The Coach With the Spider Tattoo
"You are not alone. And just because you feel like shit doesn't mean you are shit." — Jerry Colonna Jerry Colonna (