Dec. 23, 2019

81: Existential Risks - Jaan Tallinn, CoFounder Skype, Kazaa

Jaan Tallinn is known for being the co-founder of Kazaa, a file-sharing platform, and his participation in the development of Skype that took communication to a whole new level. He has focused heavily on effective altruism and mitigating existential risks …

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Dec. 19, 2019

80: Driving Policy Change and Personal Change - Jessica Templeton, Di…

Jessica Templeton is a political scientist and award-winning educator who has worked with LSE100 since its inception in 2010. She ponders and shares her knowledge in global environmental politics and how individuals could better contribute to the ecosystem.

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Dec. 16, 2019

79: Turning Carbon into Protein - Peter Rowe, Founder Deep Branch Bio

An expert in innovation management and biotechnology, Deep Branch Bio's Peter Rowe wants to save the planet through an effort in transforming the polluters of today into the producers of tomorrow. Peter encourages us to change our perspective on how …

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Dec. 12, 2019

78: 'Know Thyself' - Gene and Microbiome Sequencing - Sergey Musienko…

Sergey Musienko is a technology expert with over a decade's worth of experience, specifically in the health sector. He is the CEO of Atlas Biomed, the personalised health company. Sergey emphasizes the importance of genetics in understanding our health and …

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Dec. 9, 2019

77: The Future is What You Build - Colin Billings, CEO - Orro, First …

Colin Billings, founder and CEO of Orro, the first truly responsive home lighting system that conveniently integrates with all your devices at home. Colin previously worked as VP of Product at Stitcher where he led the team from the founding …

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Dec. 5, 2019

76: Rethinking Education & Your Life - Grant Aldrich, CEO - OnlineDe…

Grant Aldrich, founder, and CEO of OnlineDegree.com is working to remove the major barriers adults are often faced with when deciding whether or not to go back to school. And as somebody who personally experienced the overwhelming impact of student …

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Dec. 2, 2019

75: Making Things Add Up - Ingrid Thompson, Founder Healthy Numbers

Ingrid Thompson is the Founder of Healthy Numbers and host of ‘So You Want to Start a Business’ podcast. She empowers anyone to take control of their money to achieve their dreams. Ingrid takes us on her journey emigrating from …

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Nov. 30, 2019

74: Bringing People and Ideas Together - Cynthia Samanian

Cynthia Samanian is the founder of Hidden Rhythm, an experiential events studio for food brands. From interactive dinners to cocktail parties, Cynthia shares her journey to success as an entrepreneur, while highlighting the importance of "enjoying what you do."

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Nov. 27, 2019

73: Highly Sensitive Entrepreneurs and their Strengths - Heather Domi…

Heather Dominick overcame her own struggles with burnout when she learned about what it really meant to be a highly sensitive person. She discovered pushing herself so hard in her work was a symptom of being highly sensitive. Now. Heather …

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Nov. 25, 2019

72: Lessons in Being Extraordinary - Mario Nawfal

Mario Nawfal, the CEO and Founder of International Blockchain Consulting (IBC), talks about investing in innovation. Emphasizing the importance of getting things right, Mario discusses how to mitigate or lessen the risk by dipping your toes in the water to …

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Nov. 15, 2019

71: Reasons to be Positive when Everything is Broken - Sam Harris

Sam dives in on the topic of staying positive through adversity is a useful skill to build so that problems don't multiply. Sam conveniently had a terrible accident in October and is currently in recovery with humble aspirations of walking …

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Nov. 6, 2019

70: Getting People to Think Your Idea is Their Idea - Oren Klaff, bes…

Author and investment banker Oren Klaff distilled the wisdom of his work consulting with some of the world’s largest companies to help them change the way they think about investing time and resources into sales. Oren emphasizes on how being …

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Oct. 22, 2019

69: The Outward Mindset - Heather Adams, The Arbinger Institute

Heather Adams is director of marketing at the Arbinger Institute, a training and consulting firm that helps individuals, teams, and organizations move from the default self-focus of an inward mindset to the others-inclusive focus of an outward mindset. Heather gives …

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Oct. 7, 2019

68: The Mindsets for Leadership and Success - Ryan Gottfredson PhD

Our mindsets fuel our thinking, learning, and behaviour. Yet, for most people, our mindsets are something we are not aware of. Did you know that there are four primary mindsets that fuel our success? In this episode, Ryan discusses how …

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Sept. 30, 2019

67: Coaching Olympic Success - Frank Dick OBE (Current coaching strat…

Frank Dick is one of the world's finest sports and motivational coaches ever. This episode is an absolute masterclass in coaching yourself or those around you for success. Whether you are in sports or any field creating excellence is something …

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Sept. 22, 2019

66: The Ultimate Guide - Life Lessons from Great Minds

This episode is an ultimate guide to life and entrepreneurship. After two years of interviewing some of the greatest minds, Sam distils their wisdom into a 2-hour mini-audiobook. Hear the best tips from some of the most amazing individuals stitched …

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Sept. 11, 2019

65: Putting Quality Back into Relationships

With the rise of the connected world, we are sacrificing the quality of our relationships for quantity. Sam outlines some key tips on how to change your way of dealing with relationships to get a lot more out of them.

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Aug. 18, 2019

64: Three Colossal Flaws with Technology that Destroy Your Mind

Sam Harris explains some of the biggest flaws with our technology and what it is doing to our minds. Sam identifies 3 main factors that are contributing to making our minds a worse place to be. With the rise of …

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Aug. 11, 2019

63: Sam Harris - The Lost Art of Listening to Yourself

Sam explains the lost art of listening to ourselves, the damage it is causing us and how we could find moments for yourself for ideas and solving your own problems.

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Aug. 3, 2019

62: Sam Harris - LifeHack 2019 - The Art of Skill Breaks

Sam shares his biggest life hack for 2019. Sam explains the process of a technique he calls, "Skill Breaks" as a way to learn new things quickly and easily with minimal pain and frustration yet maximum results and motivation.

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July 28, 2019

61: Sam Harris - Mastery and Mindsets - Mid 2019 Update

This is the first episode in a mini-series of advice from Sam that will cover major tips and tools to upgrade how you think. Sam Harris breaks down some key lessons on Mastery and Mindsets as a mid-year update for …

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July 22, 2019

60: When Terrible == Awesome - Edd Read, Founder CTO Graze, Founder …

Edd Read is a self-confessed geek and lover of engineering solutions to problems. A fascinating conversation into the mind of an innovator and doer. We cover a lot of ground and learn about Edd’s story as well as some brilliant …

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June 30, 2019

59: Mental Health without the BS - Petra Velzeboer - Psychotherapist …

An episode with Petra Velzeboer, a mental health consultant, executive coach and podcaster. Petra provides lots of insights and tips for really being true to yourself, taking accountability and becoming the person you should be.

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June 22, 2019

58: Light Yourself Up - Kathryn Binkley

Kathryn Binkley, a success coach helping women achieve awesome things, is a delightful bundle of amazing advice. She covered some of the most important things you need to change your mindsets such as how to be original and finding your …

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