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Critical Thinking & Decision-Making PodcastsML177: Thomas Moore on Therapy that Works, Myths for Getting Through Dark Times and How To Care for the People Around You

Discover what therapy or "soul care" is and how it works, the myths that to help you through dark times in life and the modern obsession with childhood trauma.

Career & BusinessPodcastsML176: David Heinemeier Hansson on How To Learn Anything, Fighting Back Against Apple and Navigating the Culture Wars at Work

Discover the learning process and philosophy of an exceptional learner and how it can been applied to anything, the challenges of competing with Big Tech and the difficulty of navigating conversations on the culture wars at work.

TechnologyPodcastsML175: Raoul Pal on The Art of Investing, The Rise of Digital Assets and The Past, Present & Future of Global Macro

Discover how we got to the current crisis point in the global economy, the fundamentals of the emerging digital asset space (including cryptocurrencies, NFTs & community tokens) and the nature of investing as a skill through the lens of one of the world’s most successful investors.

MetaLearningPodcastsML174: Barbara Oakley on Learning Like a Pro, Uncommon Sense Teaching and The Value of Procedural Learning

Discover how and why one of the world's leading authorities on learning is releasing two books in quick succession, the main insights from the last 5 years of research on the learning process and the difference between declarative and procedural memory.

PodcastsText LinkML173: Dean Nelson on Interviewing Like a Pro, Confronting Career Crisis and Talking to Your Heroes

Learn how to navigate career crisis, how jazz is a useful analogy for understanding how to have better conversations, and how to become an effective interviewer and get valuable insights every time.

PodcastsText LinkML172: Eric Jorgenson on The Principles of Leverage, Curating the Best Online Courses and Lessons from Naval Ravikant

Learn about the core principles of leverage and the limiting beliefs that prevent people from applying it, how to curate the best online courses in an ocean of available learning materials, and how the best way to become a unique specialist is to start as a generalist.

PodcastsText LinkML171: Dhrupad Karwa on Finding Inspiration, The Power of Creative AI and Navigating Social Media

Discover the importance of inspiration and a vision for harnessing AI to bring more of it to our lives, the challenges of building startups and the current state of the social media landscape and the challenge of navigating it on a daily basis.

PodcastsText LinkML170: Billy Broas on Education Based Marketing, The Bridge of Transformation Method and Lessons from Master Copywriters

Discover the limiting beliefs that are holding you back from marketing yourself and your business, the Bridge of Transformation Method that has produced multiple six and seven figure launches, and what you can learn from some of history’s greatest copywriters.

PodcastsText LinkML169: Anton Howes on The Innovator's Mindset, Writing to Learn and How The RSA Changed a Nation

Learn about the innovator's mindset and why it’s much rarer than you think, the key role the great exhibitions and world fairs of the 19th century played in innovation and Anton’s vision for bringing them back, and Anton’s approach to researching, writing a book, and getting your work read.

PodcastsText LinkML168: Kevin Kelly on The Rise of Asia, The Art of Photography and Lessons from 40 Years of Travel

Learn about a leading technologist's lessons on photography, the world, and himself from 40 years of travel in Asia, what the rise of Asia and accelerating global convergence means for you and the world, and how to succeed in the industry of ideas.

PodcastsText LinkML167: Neer Sharma on Navigating Career Change, Using Patents to Predict the Future and Experimenting with NFTs

Learn how to navigate a career change without having the next thing lined up, what the latest patents coming out of big tech tell us about the future of online interaction, and Neer’s experiments with NFTs (non-fungible tokens) and what the technology could mean for creators.

PodcastsText LinkML166: Armand D'Angour on Socrates in Love, Reviving The Classics and Rediscovering Ancient Music

Discover a revisionist biography of Socrates including an account of the woman who helped him shape his ideas on love, the value of reviving ancient music and the methods for doing so, and what the Greeks' attitude to the new can teach us about the modern world.

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