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Juan David Campolargo

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Think For Yourself and Create Your Own Future with Juan David Campolargo

Conspiracy of Goodness Podcast

Juan David Campolargo is already speaking at TED Talks at the age of 17, only a few years after immigrating to the United States from his home country of Venezuela. His personal mission is to spread optimism among his fellow youth and to share ways to remain optimistic despite the challenges they face. Juan David will highlight in this episode that thinking for yourself is not selfish. Rather it’s an easy and simple way to filter the things that you allow to come into your life.  Listen to Juan David and learn how to think for yourself and create your own future! Disclaimer: This podcast contains affiliate links! That means if you purchase from the companies we promote using the links we provide, we receive a small commission. Thank you for your support! You can see our full affiliate disclosure here. [00:01 - 02:39] Doing Important Work Let’s get to know Juan David Campolargo TED Speaker as a 17-year-old Author [02:40 - 11:24] Doing Important Work Introduction and what drives Juan David forward: optimism, ambition, and curiosity Why write a newsletter A Richard Hamming essay Juan David reads every week Prepare to do important work Learn to explain yourself clearly "Important problems" are anything you can have control over Richard Feynman and having 12 favorite problems that you are constantly working on [11:25 - 15:54] Controlling Your Online Life Who we give our attention to matters Having a supercomputer in our pocket Making your phone work for you Checking email only two times per day Try not to be on top of everything [15:55 - 24:46] Networking Reserve your network for people you actually like to be with The book Give and Take by Adam Grant Making real friends without an agenda How to tune your phone so it does not suck your time and attention The trade-off you get when you leave social media The difference between a job and a business [24:47 - 36:35] Doing Things That Have Greater Output Than Input Internships and incubators Options for summer during the pandemic Choosing what gets your time during the pandemic Linear work versus work that has an exponential curve Risk versus reward ratio Why parents and friends might influence you away from taking risk Using the pandemic to follow your passions The positive aspect of rabbit holes Knowing what you really want, identifying your values Your "future self" and Steve Jobs story [36:36 - 42:20] Curiosity and Objective Truth The problem with incentives Finding to get knowledge without agenda Real engineering YouTube channel Wendover productions YouTube channel Agenda Tuning up your algorithms [42:21- 49:24] Thinking For Yourself Filters Three important questions: What do I want? What am I spending my time on? How do I adapt when new evidence shows up? Thinking deeply about the world [49:25- 54:11] Closing Segment  Connect with Juan David Links below The movie, “Soul” Final announcements  Tweetable Quotes: “It’s almost guaranteed that you’ll be wrong, and that’s why...when new evidence shows up, you should be able to change.” - Juan David Campolargo “There are more self-inflicted problems than actual problems we couldn’t do much about.” - Juan David Campolargo Resources Mentioned: Individuals to follow Adam Grant Richard Feyman Read Adam Grant’s book: Give and Take Richard Hamming’s essay: You and Your Research YouTube accounts to follow Real Engineering Wendover Productions Affiliate Partner: Learn from the best! MasterClass provides 100+ classes across 9 categories. Learn science from Neil deGrasse Tyson, songwriting from Alicia Keys, or style from Tan France! Their insights are not to be missed. Sign up today! https://shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=797461&u=2576525&m=62509&urllink=&afftrack=PodcastApril22 Follow Juan David on Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn, and Instagram Juan David’s links: SUBSCRIBE TO his newsletter! Juan David’s TED Talks Inspiring the Next Generations to be More Optimistic A Case For More Youth Optimism Juan David’s blog Juan David’s podcast Conspiracy of Goodness Links: Conspiracy of Goodness Network https://conspiracyofgoodnessnetwork.com/ Conspiracy of Goodness on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/goodnessnetwork/ Dr. Lynda's Book: https://www.dr-lynda.com/book/happiness Ever Widening Circles https://everwideningcircles.com/ EWC APP: https://everwideningcircles.com/good-news-app-ever-widening-circles-app/ Affiliate Partners http://everwideningcircles.com/partners Donate! https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=I-nvmUrlbDfU67bRoWWdOhFxiAM_W81jtIFBGCYzfCL6fG8oSUOg9ONIL9WR8LDjLEeYj0&country.x=US&locale.x=US EWC Ed: https://ed.everwideningcircles.com/


28 Apr 2021

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028: Juan David Campolargo - Diseñando un futuro más optimista |🇻🇪-🇺🇸

Migrantes Exitosos

Juan David Campo Largo, Venezolano, autor del libro "Generation Optimism", empresario, inversionista y un futuro Ingeniero, ha participado en dos charlas TED y sorprendentemente es un políglota cuatrilingüe.Conversamos sobre el método que utilizó para aprender inglés en tan solo 6 meses, sobre el pesimismo que él observa en la generación Z, sobre como podemos ser mas optimistas, también compartió información sobre sus hábitos de productividad y las razones de lo importante que es empezar a invertir a temprana edad.Website: juandavidcampolargo.comInstagram: @jdcampolargo--Éste episodio es traído a ti por WeekRecap, newsletter semanal: Suscríbete y lee las versiones anteriores en http://email.douglasblanco.com/ Déjame un review:Si te gusta el contenido del podcast, me encantaría que me dejaras un ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ review en iTunes (iPhone/Mac) así le podrá llegar a más gente.Cuéntame lo que piensas y envíame un mensaje de audio: Si tienes algún pensamiento, ideas para nuevos invitados, algún tema en específico que te gustaría que discutiera en el podcast, envíame un email o una nota de voz a doug@migrantesexitosos.com o un mensaje privado en Instagram o en Twitter.Apoya al desarrollo del podcastEn douglasblanco.com/links---¿Qué es Migrantes Exitosos?Migrantes Exitosos es un podcast en el que todas las semanas encuentras mensajes, historias y entrevistas de migrantes de todo el mundo que han logrado posicionarse y conseguir el éxito lejos de su país natal en áreas como la academia, la ciencia, las artes, los negocios, el deporte, y el emprendimiento.----Edición: Facundo RamponiAsistencia de Producción: Raixelis Ávila


19 Jan 2021

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Bizcast: Bits about books – In Conversation with Juan David Campolargo, Author, Generation Optimism

Bits about Books

Juan David CampolargoJuan is an unwavering optimist and go-getter. 3 years ago, he moved to Naperville from Venezuela, having not spoken any English. Today he manages Campolargo Holdings, a small hedge fund. He is a two time TEDx Speaker and the author of Generation Optimism, which shares his ideas on creating the next generation of doers and dreamers in a society plagued by pessimism.According to Juan Gen Z, his generation, is the most pessimistic generation in the history yet we are living through the best times human civilization has ever seen. Despite Covid, Juan says, this is possibly the best time to get this virus and not 100 years ago.How did he manage to interview Mark Cuban for his book Generation Optimism? How did he go about writing the book and where did the interviews fit in? The story is here on this podcast.We are hardwired to be pessimistic says Juan. We needed to be pessimistic to survive. It is also easier to be a pessimist. Being optimist takes work. What is interesting is that people confuse being pessimistic with being realistic. Now Listen in to this optimistic episode with Juan David Campolargo.These and more startling insights in this eye-opening episode of Bits About Books.Run time – 44.37 mins. Generation OptimismThe post Bizcast: Bits about books – In Conversation with Juan David Campolargo, Author, Generation Optimism appeared first on Business Podcast Network.


18 Oct 2020

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#27 - Learn a language in 6 months - Juan David Campolargo

Austin Schlessinger Show

In this episode, Austin speaks with Juan David Campolargo, Author of Generation Optimism. They discuss... (1) How he learned to speak English fluently in 6 months (2) How he started a business at 14 y/o (3) His mission to create the next generation of doers Juan David Campolargo Author of Generation Optimism | (2) TEDx Speaker | Entrepreneur | Investor | Optimist LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/jdcampolargo/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/jdcampolargo Website - https://www.juandavidcampolargo.com/start-here Newsletter - https://www.juandavidcampolargo.com/newsletter Austin Schlessinger Co-Founder of Gritty & Curious | Host of Gritty & Curious Podcast LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/austinschlessinger/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/austinschless Newsletter - https://mygandclife.substack.com/--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/austinschlessinger/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/austinschlessinger/support

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20 Jul 2020

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PMP196: Generation Optimism with Juan David Campolargo

Principal Matters: The School Leader's Podcast with William D. Parker

Even in uncertain times, it is good to remember that positive ideas can come from even the most difficult situations. Juan David Campolargo, a seventeen-year-old high school student from Chicago, is no stranger to difficulty. Immigranting to the U.S. from Venezuela at age 14, he began to learn English for the first time, and over […]The post PMP196: Generation Optimism with Juan David Campolargo first appeared on Principal Matters.


28 May 2020

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Ep. 359: Juan David Campolargo

The Gifters: Your Story is a Gift to the World

My name is Juan David Campolargo and I’m 17 years old. I was born and raised in Venezuela and moved to Chicago 3 years ago. When I first arrived to the U.S., I didn't speak English but quickly mastered it in 6 in months. One year after I arrived, I started taking college-level and honors classes after just a year of moving into the country and learned the language. Additionally, I speak four languages (Spanish, English, Portuguese, and Chinese). https://www.linkedin.com/in/jdcampolargo/


27 Apr 2020