Discover the networking myths that hold people back from proactively building relationships, how understanding network science can help you progress in your career and the habits of superconnectors, including running events and making useful introductions.
Discover how to build a thriving intellectual community, the best approaches to facilitating great conversations and how to avoid utility tyranny by choosing what not to optimise.
Discover the importance of metaphors and analogies for understanding the mind, how to navigate the self-help industry effectively and how to master memory, meditation and mental wellbeing to build a victorious mind.
Discover what the world's most ambitious people are doing with their lives, what's causing the slowdown in innovation in the West and how to solve the tough problem of organising genius, including successful attempts to do it.
Learn how to build a successful online business based on your expertise, including how to brand yourself to stand out in a crowded marketplace, how to build your audience so you can reach your first students and how to create and launch a course to make your first money online.
Learn about the impact of COVID 19 on adult learning and higher education, the need to navigate wicked learning environments and the secret to running good virtual events and learning experiences.
Discover the implications of the crisis for the global economy and people like you, the future of crypto including Bitcoin and different DeFi projects and the tradeoff between government control and individual liberties.
Discover the implications of the coronavirus for online learning, why Foundry College chose the future proof skills they teach when forming their curriculum and how you should be learning throughout your adult life.
Discover what to look for in a good podcast and the listening habits of a podcasting expert, the business of media and why podcasts are growing so fast and how to make creative work that builds a loyal audience.
Discover why technology isn’t neutral despite what Silicon Valley wants you to believe, the key 21st century skills and the companies and people that are doing great work in the learning and education space.
Discover how tech can help improve education through adaptive learning and spaced repetition, why teaching facts is still important for foundational knowledge and the bad ideas behind many edtech disasters.
Learn how to launch a startup including how to find a co-founder and build a product, the importance of the audio revolution and why audio first learning has so much potential and how to filter experts on the internet.