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Voted Best Podcast Episode of 2016 by ProductHunt, The SuperHuman Academy Podcast (previously The Becoming SuperHuman Podcast), hosted by lifehacker & accelerated learning expert Jonathan Levi interviews extraordinary people such as Dave Asprey, JJ Virgin, Robb Wolf, Hal Elrod, Joe Polish, Wim Hof, and many more to bring you the skills, tips, and tricks to overcome the impossible. From physical fitness to learning and memory, we seek to understand optimal performance and superhuman abilities through engaging conversations and interviews with some of the world's most interesting people.

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Voted Best Podcast Episode of 2016 by ProductHunt, The SuperHuman Academy Podcast (previously The Becoming SuperHuman Podcast), hosted by lifehacker & accelerated learning expert Jonathan Levi interviews extraordinary people such as Dave Asprey, JJ Virgin, Robb Wolf, Hal Elrod, Joe Polish, Wim Hof, and many more to bring you the skills, tips, and tricks to overcome the impossible. From physical fitness to learning and memory, we seek to understand optimal performance and superhuman abilities through engaging conversations and interviews with some of the world's most interesting people.

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Fasting?

By Dancingkatrina - Mar 09 2020
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Not sure how the episode on playing piano has to do with Ketosis and Fasting but overall good podcast and content☺️

All about me

By Christian Yves - Jul 02 2019
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This podcast gets me ideas on how to be a better me

iTunes Ratings

244 Ratings
Average Ratings
212
10
10
5
7

Fasting?

By Dancingkatrina - Mar 09 2020
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Not sure how the episode on playing piano has to do with Ketosis and Fasting but overall good podcast and content☺️

All about me

By Christian Yves - Jul 02 2019
Read more
This podcast gets me ideas on how to be a better me
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The SuperHuman Academy Podcast

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Voted Best Podcast Episode of 2016 by ProductHunt, The SuperHuman Academy Podcast (previously The Becoming SuperHuman Podcast), hosted by lifehacker & accelerated learning expert Jonathan Levi interviews extraordinary people such as Dave Asprey, JJ Virgin, Robb Wolf, Hal Elrod, Joe Polish, Wim Hof, and many more to bring you the skills, tips, and tricks to overcome the impossible. From physical fitness to learning and memory, we seek to understand optimal performance and superhuman abilities through engaging conversations and interviews with some of the world's most interesting people.

Rank #1: Ep. 187: Benjamin Spall On Morning Routines And Starting Your Day Inspired

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Greetings, SuperFriends!

Welcome to this week's episode, where we dive into a very interesting topic that has come up time and time again, and that is morning routines. My guest today is Benjamin Spall, the co-author of My Morning Routine: How Successful People Start Every Day Inspired.

Benjamin is also the founding editor of the website mymorningroutine.com and he writes at benjaminspall.com. He and his partner/co-author, Michael Xander, have written this incredible new book, published by Penguin, about morning routines, where they interviewed hundreds of people, such as leading entrepreneurs, thought leaders, Navy Seals, and beyond. They did all that to understand what these people do in the morning to make themselves more successful throughout the day. It's a really interesting book, which I'm looking forward to reading.

As you'll see, I really enjoyed our conversation, too! It's a far-ranging one, going from breakfast to the best 100$ that Benjamin has ever spent, and beyond.

Personally, I don't need to hope that you enjoy the episode, as I know you will!

-Jonathan Levi

P.S. Do you dream of starting your own business on the internet to achieve financial freedom, empower tens of thousands of people, and one day…one day… find yourself in the company of other great entrepreneurs and thought leaders like Ray Kurzweil, Peter Diamandis, Joe Polish, Dean Graziosi, Russell Brunson, and more?

Well… What if that day was today?

Aug 21 2018

41mins

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Rank #2: Ep. 3: Dr. Anthony Metivier on How to Remember Anything & Everything

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An interview with Dr. Anthony Metivier, an experienced author, consultant, expert in the field of memory. Dr. Anthony is a fellow instructor on Udemy, and he has been a friend of mine since I originally appeared on his highly-rated podcast, the Magnetic Memory Method. Anthony’s innovations in the field of mnemonics help him teach people all over the world how to exceed in academics, learn languages, memorize poetry, and a whole host of other amazing skills. And now, I’m very excited to introduce you to Dr. Anthony Metivier.

Feb 10 2015

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Rank #3: Ep. 7: Dr Andrew Hill on Nootropics, DIY Neuroscience, and How to Increase Your Brain Power

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An interview with Dr. Andrew Hill,  Ph.D in Cognitive Neuroscience from UCLA, who is is currently focused on developing tools and technologies to help everyday citizens enhance their cognitive performance outside of the lab. In under an hour, we cover every imaginable method of how to increase brain power, mental performance, and intellectual longevity, and we offer a TON of practical steps you can and should take TODAY. I just know you're going to LOVE this episode and share it with all of your friends.

Mar 10 2015

55mins

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Rank #4: Ep. 159: The Art Of Moment Making W/ Jon Vroman

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Greetings, SuperFriends!

Today we are joined by Jon Vroman. If you haven't heard of Jon Vroman, he is a philanthropist, a speaker, a bestselling author, an ultra-marathon runner and the founder of the Front Row Foundation. Jon has been doing incredible work for many years, working with people at the end of their lives, mainly people with terminal illnesses. The lessons that he's learned and the inspiration that he's taken away has led him to write an incredible book and come up with an entire philosophy about how to make moments.

It's normal if you don't understand what that means, what making a moment is actually about. I was unclear about it as well and I was also unclear on what it means to live life in the front row. We went into both of these in the episode, and I have to say I was pleasantly surprised to find out that they meant something way cooler, way more meaningful and way more inspiring than even I could have imagined.

So I am very excited to bring you guys this episode and I am sure you guys are going to enjoy it!

Feb 06 2018

46mins

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Rank #5: Ep. 164: Exponential Skill Spotlight: Why Writing Is A Real-Life SuperPower

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Greetings, SuperFriends!

Today is a special episode, as I don't have a guest. Instead, I wanted to focus on a specific topic of SuperHuman performance, a specific little skill that I think people in today's day and age neglect. I started writing and what happened was pretty amazing. I ended up coming up with a whole new idea, a whole new category and class of skills that I articulate throughout this essay. A category of skills that I've always kind of known about in the back of my head but never put in words.

In a way, it kind of proves my point on what I talk about today. That is the concept that, if you go through this process, if you practice this type of skill, you have so many dividends and so much interest that gets paid out of it.

So I hope you guys really enjoy it. Generally speaking, you guys tend to love these non-interviews where I rant on about a given topic. So if you do like it, please let us know with a comment or a review.

Alright, here is my essay on why writing is an exceptional skill, or even better, a SuperPower.

Mar 13 2018

30mins

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Rank #6: Ep. 194: Meditation And Optimizing Your Brain W/ Ariel Garten, Founder Of Muse

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Greetings, SuperFriends!

This week's episode is a really interesting one, which I'm so happy we did! We are joined by Ariel Garten, a neuroscientist, an innovator, a mother, and an entrepreneur, whose driving purpose is to empower and help others overcome mental obstacles in order to live healthy, happy lives and reach their maximum potential.

What is probably most known about Ariel, is that she is the founder of InteraXon, the makers of the wildly popular device Muse, which is also known as the brain-sensing headband. But, what I didn't realize, is that behind Muse's award-winning wearable technology, there is a lot of neuroscience.

In fact, Ariel herself was a neuroscientific researcher. So, you can just imagine how much we geeked out about the brain, about learning, about health, and about optimizing our lives. You will immediately see why Ariel has been so successful, and you'll be fascinated to go into a side of meditation that we've not covered before, which is the science behind it. How does it actually work, what is going on in your brain and why should everybody, even those of you that think "well, I just can't meditate", be meditating.

It's a wonderful episode, which I know you folks are really going to enjoy!

-Jonathan Levi

Oct 09 2018

50mins

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Rank #7: Ep. 110: How to Place Yourself Among The World's Most Successful People w/ Jared Kleinert, 21 Year Old Entrepreneur

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Today, we’re joined by Jared Kleinert - a 21 year old entrepreneur and author best known for his bestselling book, 2 Billion Under 20, and more recently, 3 Billion Under 30.

Starting out at a very young age, Jared has built one of the world’s most valuable networks, and regularly rubs elbows with some of the world’s most influential people - and in doing so, has become quite the influencer himself. You’ve probably seen Jared on TED.com, Forbes, and more… Pretty impressive!

The goal of this interview was to understand just how Jared has achieved so much success at such a young age, but also, to see what tips he can share with us from his time with the world’s top thought leaders, entrepreneurs, artists, and more.

Throughout the episode, we talk about a LOT… we talk about relationship building skills, networking, craaaazy stories that come from Jared’s network, what he’s learned from some of the world’s top performers, how he learned what he learned and got to where he is, and much, much more. It was so inspiring to talk to Jared and see what he’s been able to do at such a young age, and I think you’re going to learn a lot from him - I certainly did!

Feb 28 2017

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Rank #8: Ep. 195: What It Really Means To Turn Your Life Around W/ Andre Norman

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Greetings, SuperFriends!

Today I'll start with a "wow"! We've tried to edit out all the "wow"s, because I ended up saying it a lot during this episode. That's because my guest today is Andre Norman.

Andre is known to many as The Ambassador Of Hope, and the story that he tells is going to shake you to your core. Andre went from an extremely troubled childhood to prison, where he spent 14 years of his life, and was sentenced with over a 100 years.

Today, however, he is a world renounced speaker, he has worked with Harvard University, MIT, he has spoken in Honduras, the Bahamas, Sweden, Guatemala, and he's been involved in turning around massive companies, like Prudential Insurance, Bovis Lend Lease, Deutsche Bank, and more. In fact, there's a huge list here of massive companies that you've probably heard of!

In this episode, we talk about how such a transition, such a turnaround, is possible for anyone, but also for Andre. I had my mind thoroughly blown as to just what is possible when a human being commits themselves to change and how so much suffering in our lives can be turned around to help others who are suffering like us, like we once were.

This is a super inspiring episode, and I know you folks are going to love it!

-Jonathan Levi

Oct 16 2018

55mins

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Rank #9: Ep. 28: The Father of Modern Memory Improvement Harry Lorayne: 60 Years of Mnemonics

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Today, we’ve managed to book, without exaggeration, the world’s foremost expert on memory and memory training: Harry Lorayne. He’s a living legend. Since the late 1950’s, he has sold over 17 MILLION copies of over 40 books on memory and magic. He’s been on every major television show you can imagine at least once - and generally starts off by memorizing the names of everyone in the up to 1500 person audience. He’s been in Forbes, coached a long list of Fortune 500 companies and their executives… Honestly, there’s no way I can possible do justice by just listing off his many accomplishments.

More important than these accomplishments is the fact that today’s guest is generally credited with bringing Memory training and mnemonics back into the public sphere. Long before the world memory championships, and long before both myself and my co-authors of Become a SuperLearner were even born, he was putting in the hours to rediscover and improve upon ancient memory techniques that have helped tens of millions of people change every aspect of their lives through improved mental faculties.

This interview might just be our biggest and most important yet. There’s so much value here, I don’t even know where to start. At 89 years old, Harry Lorayne pulls no punches and makes no apologies. He shares heartbreaking stories of physical abuse and overcoming dyslexia, but also some incredibly inspiring tales of how he became the world’s most respected authority on memory… which, by the way, he did with nothing more than a middle school education.

You’ll notice right away that Harry is clearly very practiced, having spent literally 60 years in the public spotlight. He’s an incredible storyteller, and has an incredible way of answering questions with vivid stories and examples that will leave you wanting more.

I just know you’re going to love this episode, so please take a moment to drop us a tweet or an email or a comment below with your thoughts.

Aug 04 2015

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Rank #10: Ep. 183: Discovering The Science Of Ayurveda And Herbs W/ Shivani Gupta, PhD

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Greetings, SuperFriends!

Today we are joined by Dr Shivani Gupta. Shivani was born and raised in Houston, Texas, in a traditional Indian family, and, throughout her entire life, her father taught her about healthy eating, organic foods, and effective supplements. That lead her to want to take this knowledge to the next level and learn about this inherited wisdom from her cultural background.

Shivani then attended the lab of Dr.Aggarwal, the biochemist at the University of Texas who was involved with the Anderson Cancer Centre, who is known as the person who discovered something we've talked about in the show before, the effects of curcumin + black pepper. She actually decided to continue her own study and receive a PhD on the topic of Ayurvedic Studies, with focus on herbalism and anti-inflammatory herbs.

Actually, we've had past episodes where we talked a little bit about Ayurveda and the magic of healing the body through herbs and spices, as well as rituals and daily practices. But I've never had the opportunity to sit down with someone who has a PhD in it and actually pick their brain.

As you folks will discover, there is so much ancient wisdom that has been used for thousands of years, which has allowed the Indian culture to grow and thrive and maintain health into old age. We've talked a lot about Chinese medicine (e.g here and here), but we haven't had the chance to talk about Indian medicine before.

We talk about some simple practical things that you can do today, easily, that take 5 minutes or even 10 seconds, that are going to improve your health. We talk about how those work, and then we go into some of the different strategies, hacks, and habits that are helping Shivani perform at such a high level and maintain such a high degree of health.

You can tell Shivani Gupta is a very vibrant, energetic, and healthy woman. I really enjoyed talking with her, and I know you folks are going to enjoy listening to the episode as well.

-Jonathan Levi

Jul 24 2018

39mins

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Rank #11: Ep. 185: Performance, Mindset, and Perseverance W/ Garrett Weber-Gale, Entrepreneur and World-Class Athlete

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Greetings, SuperFriends!

Today we are joined by Garrett Weber-Gale. Garrett is an entrepreneur, a world-class athlete, and a dedicated husband and dad.

Garrett started his first company at the age 12, much like myself. He also started a sports performance food company called AthleticFoodie, but, today, he serves as the CEO of the Acton School of Business.

By the way, as a world-class athlete, Garrett broke 8 American records, 4 World Records, and won 2 Olympic Gold Medals at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. He also received an ESPY award for “Best Moment” as part of the 400-freestyle relay performance at the Beijing Olympics, and in 2014 he was inducted into the International Jewish Sports Hall of Fame.

This makes Garrett the first Olympian we've ever had on the show, and, also, the first person running an entire business school that we've ever had on the show!

It's a wide-ranging episode, where we talk a lot about performance and about mindset. We also talk about life transitions, including how Garrett made this tremendous transition from A to B, where he also shares his words of wisdom with us.

I hope you folks really enjoy this episode! If you do, please leave a review.

-Jonathan Levi

Aug 07 2018

36mins

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Rank #12: Ep. 199: Diving Deep Into Mindset And Power Couples W/ Brian Grasso & Carrie Campbell

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Greetings, SuperFriends!

Today we are joined by my fellow Genius Network members, Brian Grasso & Carrie Campbell. They are of "Brian & Carrie - In the Morning", a 5-day a week live show that used to offer daily mindset training.

Brian & Carrie are considered some of the top experts in mindset training, and they've even developed their own "Eliminate Your Limits" system. They've actually spent decades, together and individually, in the trenches, coaching and working with people and helping them reach their greatest levels of success and happiness, in everything from health, to wealth, to relationships.

In case you didn't know, Brian & Carrie are a happily married couple with an incredible story - they work together, they live together, they love together.

In the episode, we didn't just go into mindset and why it's so important. We go way deeper than just the fluff of "you need to set your mindset for success" - we actually went into what happens in the brain and how do you actually change your mindset and upgrade the way that you think so that you will succeed. But, we also go into their secrets for having a wonderful power couple relationship, which I really enjoyed, as I'm currently building my own relationship.

I'm sure that you folks are going to just love this episode. Brian & Carrie have such an incredible relationship together, and they're so complementary to one another. Enjoy!

-Jonathan Levi

Nov 13 2018

57mins

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Rank #13: Ep. 189: Tackling One Learning Challenge After The Other W/ Max Hertan

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Greetings, SuperFriends!

Today we are joined by Max Hertan, a serial learner.

Basically, here's his story. Max built up an award-winning 7-figure digital marketing agency, Megaphone, and started investing in startups, but, along the way, he, like me, started wondering "Hey, what do I get to learn and how do I get to learn new things as a grown-up adult?".

So, he started a new YouTube channel, "Max Hertan",  where he tackles a new challenge every month from learning backflips, salsa dancing, skateboarding, meditation, bodybuilding and much more! Right now he is working on learning Spanish in 1 month.

We talked, we connected, we shared notes, and we started to understand what he has learned by learning and learning how to learn.

I think my big takeaway from this episode was really just the value, the inherent value, of learning for learning's sake. But, as you'll find out, Max also has some really interesting points to share about how you can become a better learner.

I'm sure you are going to enjoy this episode!

-Jonathan Levi

Sep 04 2018

37mins

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Rank #14: Ep. 232: Thriving Under Pressure & Memory Techniques W/ John Graham, U.S. Memory Champion

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Greetings, SuperFriends!

Today we are joined by John Graham. John is the most recent US memory champion, having won in 2018, he is an international Grand Master of Memory, and he also is the international coach for the entire Vietnamese memory team.

Amazing, right?

As if those are not already enough, John has appeared on international TV shows in Russia, Indonesia, and the US - all showcasing his incredible trained memory. He has actually been able to memorize 181 names and faces in 15 minutes, a 282 digit number in 5 minutes, over 22 decks of cards in 1 hour, and many more things.

You probably understand how crazy all that is!

In this episode, we talked not just about memory techniques, because we've done a lot of episodes on them - instead, I wanted to go deeper with John and find out how he uses all this in his own life, how he makes it into a better quality of life, more success, more happiness, more joy, more connection to other people.

I think we did a really good job covering that! Sometimes, you may think why would you ever need to memorize 181 names and faces in 15 minutes, and in this episode, we discover that it is about so much more than that. John and I share the opinion that memory is the gateway to all learning, which then is the gateway to self-improvement.

Apart from all that, we also talked about a methodology that he developed for learning how to perform well under pressure, whether that is appearing on stage, competing in athletic events, or anything else.

I really enjoyed this episode, and I'm sure you will do as well!

- Jonathan Levi

Jul 02 2019

46mins

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Rank #15: Ep. 92: Using The Paleo Diet To Cure Disease w/ Chris Kresser

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Today we are joined by the New York Times Bestselling Author behind the book, “The Paleo Cure” and the host of Revolution Health Radio Podcast. You might remember in the past, we had my friend and role model Robb Wolf on the show, who is considered one of the most central folks to the Paleo movement. Well, Robb called today’s guest the most knowledgable clinician in the paleo world - and for that reason, we just had to get him on today’s show.

You’ve seen him and his work in TIME, NPR, The Atlantic, and more - but it turns out that as a licensed acupuncturist and a self-described “health detective,” today’s guest has a lot more to teach us about health than just dieting.

In this episode, we talk about everything from the paleo diet, to how it can repair quite a bit of chronic health ailments, to the many issues with our modern lifestyles, and much, much more.

Oct 25 2016

51mins

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Rank #16: Ep. 10: Self Defense & Nutrition Expert Jennifer Cassetta on How to Defend Your Mind, Body, and Heart

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A lively interview with Ms. Jennifer Cassetta, a clinical nutritionist, personal trainer and 3rd degree black belt in Hapkido with a passion to empower women to be strong, safe and sexy. But gentlemen, don’t tune out just yet! 

Jennifer created the popular Stilettos and Self Defense DVD series, has recently published a book, and has been featured on The Today Show, The Doctors, E! and many more. She teaches empowerment, safety and self defense workshops around the country while she continues her nutrition and corporate wellness practice in Los Angeles.

 As you will quickly notice, Jennifer and I really had fun chatting, and we go on a lot of interesting but kind of unrelated tangents. Whether you’re a male or a female, this episode will offer you a lot of value and maybe remind you of some important mindset adjustments you should be keeping in mind. We talk about all kinds of different ways to defend your mind, your heart, and your body from would-be attackers, ranging from being conscious of what types of things and people you expose yourself to all the way to grass-fed beef. Furthermore, for the men in the audience, Jennifer’s wisdom will definitely offer you some great insights and ideas that you can share with the women in your life to help them stay happy, healthy, and safe. I think you’ll have a lot of fun listening to it, and I hope you take a lot away from it, as well.

Mar 31 2015

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Rank #17: Ep. 34A: Dr. Anthony Metivier & Jonathan Levi on Memory, Learning, Life, and Happiness

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In mid-July, I had the great pleasure of hosting Dr. Anthony Metivier in beautiful Tel Aviv, Israel, as we worked on our new course on personal branding. While Anthony was here, we took the opportunity to record a live Q&A on the video broadcasting platform Meerkat, where we took hundreds of questions from people all over the world.

In it, we cover a ton of questions from our followers, ranging from memory and super learning techniques all the way to more serious topics such as depression, anxiety, and more. We even get in to health, biohacking, the meaning of life, and what it takes to be happy. I hope you guys will excuse the very raw and unpolished (read: drunken) format, because it has SO much value to offer. Also, you'll be pleased to know that I've given up alcohol since this interview was recorded (you'll realize why about an hour in).

Sep 15 2015

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Rank #18: Ep. 198: Health, Supplements, And Digital Addiction W/ Evan DeMarco

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Today we are joined by Evan DeMarco. Evan is a sports medicine and nutrition expert, a published author, a public speaker, and a frequent guest on television, radio, and digital platforms. He is also a successful serial entrepreneur whose interest in diet, health, and supplements began as an athlete and consumer, and led him to create a supplement called Alpha Omega.

Now, in order to do that, he actually went back to school, studied bio- and organic chemistry, and dove deep into everything from prenatal supplements to fat-soluble vitamins.

And, as you folks can imagine - you know me - I geeked out hard on this episode, and I really enjoyed learning all about all of these things. It's not every day that I get to talk to a biochemist or an organic chemist - and I get to talk to both today.

So we learn a lot in this episode, for example about some of the supplements that you might want to consider because of some of the dietary imbalances and deficiencies that we have in our modern diet and lifestyle. We also talk - of course - about one of my favorite subjects which is digital addiction, and what it is doing to our brains. The rest of the things we talked about, well, I'll leave it to you folks to discover!

But I'll tell you this: I'm sure you're going to enjoy the episode, because I certainly did!

Nov 05 2018

47mins

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Rank #19: Ep. 249: Realizing Your Full Potential & Learning To Invest Your Energy W/ Matt Ward

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Greetings, SuperFriends!

Today we are joined by Matt Ward. Matt is a serial entrepreneur, a startup advisor, an investor and a futurist podcaster at Disruptors.FM, a TED-esque long-form podcast with top scientists, creatives, and world-leaders focused on a better future through innovation and entrepreneurship.

Matt is also a top writer on Medium, he has built and sold 3 companies (incl. a 7-figure exit in 12 months), has created four top 5 podcasts and, on top of all that, is writing a post-gene-editing Sci-Fi novel.

I wanted to have Matt on the show because I wanted to know how he is so multidisciplinary, how he manages to do so much, focus on so much, have so many different interests, and create such an interesting and meaningful life.

We also talked a little about the future and what that holds, and all the various things that he has learned interviewing some of the world's top authorities on the future. As we know, technology and innovation are going to make us all SuperHuman, so it's nice to know what is coming down the pipeline.

It was a great episode, I really enjoyed chatting with Matt, and I'm sure you will enjoy this conversation as well!

- Jonathan Levi

Oct 29 2019

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Rank #20: Ep. 237: Tackling Amazing Learning Challenges Through Ultralearning W/ Scott Young

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Greetings, SuperFriends!

Today we are joined by Scott H. Young. Scott is a writer who undertakes interesting self-education projects, such as attempting to learn MIT’s four-year computer science curriculum in twelve months and learning four languages in one year. His recent book, Ultralearning: Master Hard Skills, Outsmart the Competition and Accelerate Your Career is published by Harper Business August 6th, 2019, the exact same date that this episode came out.

I wanted to have Scott on the show because for many years I've been following his work - I think that the way he approaches learning challenges is super interesting. We obviously share the same interests and passions - in fact, we are both publishing a book around the same time.

I actually pushed my book's launch back for a month because Scott told me that he is publishing now, and we thought it's a better idea for both of us to have a fair margin of time between the two launches. Scott is one of the few people I respect so much that I'm willing to delay my book's launch for.

I wanted to bring Scott on the show to learn how we are similar in our beliefs, how we are different, and find out what we can learn from each other when it comes to - well, you guessed it - learning.

This is a super fascinating episode, which I'm sure you will thoroughly enjoy!

- Jonathan Levi

Aug 06 2019

54mins

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Ep. 271: Why & How To Stay Fit - Even In Quarantine w/ Tee Major

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Greetings, SuperFriends!

Today we are going to be talking about quarantine, social distancing, and being stuck at home. I wanted to do this special episode and move around all the other episodes we have scheduled, because as it so happens, a very dear friend of mine is one of the world's top experts on how to work out in not-so-ideal conditions.

His name is Tee Major, and he's been on the show a couple of times before. Tee has written a book called Urban Calisthenics, which talks about how you can maintain peak physical fitness even in urban, cramped apartments, without any weights and gear.

More importantly, he developed this experience over years of working with every single branch of the US military and Special Forces in Iraq and Afghanistan. These are people literally living in extreme conditions, who also need to be at their peak physical fitness.

This is an important episode for a couple of different reasons. One, because I think it's crucial that we all take care of ourselves physically, emotionally, mentally, and otherwise, during these difficult times, and again, the physical is a big part of that.

In addition to that, I think a lot of people are using this situation as an excuse to slack off a little bit - I know I'm guilty of it - but as you you'll learn in this episode, there is a lot you can do. In fact, Tee advocates that you don't need to just maintain, but you can actually thrive, improve, and get closer to your goals.

This is a really good episode, that I'm sure you are going to thoroughly enjoy!

-Jonathan Levi

Mar 31 2020

32mins

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Ep. 270: Marc Schneider & Justin Roethlingshoefer On Peak Athletic Performance & Mental Toughness

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Greetings, SuperFriends!

Today we are joined by Dr. Marc Schneider and Justin Roethlingshoefer. These two gentlemen, one an athlete, and one a doctor and surgeon, they are together the authors of a new book on athletic performance, called "The Athletic Performance Blueprint".

This is a wide-ranging conversation - we went all over the place - because these gentlemen both have very different experiences. One was a professional athlete in NHL, the other one runs a sports nutrition company, and, in general, they are both very preoccupied with human performance.

So, we talked a lot about what that means, what that looks like, what are the ways that you can reach peak athletic performance, and I also took the opportunity to ask a former professional athlete about mindset, and how you actually train that mental tenacity to show up and bust your butt every day.

Personally, that was my favorite part of the episode! Stick around, and enjoy!

-Jonathan Levi

Mar 24 2020

39mins

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Ep. 269: Dr. Brett Wingeier On Halo Sport & The Effects Of Brain Stimulation

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Greetings, SuperFriends!

Today we are joined by Dr. Brett Wingeier, currently CTO and co-founder of Halo Neuroscience. Dr. Brett himself is an engineer and neuroscientist with twenty years of experience creating science-based products to unlock human potential and treat disease. He is also the co-creator of Halo Sport, the world's first convenient, wearable neurostimulator for athletic training. Prior to Halo, Dr. Wingeier was a principal engineer and clinical scientist at NeuroPace, bringing to market the first fully-implantable responsive neurostimulator for epilepsy. Really cool stuff!

Now, I wanted to have Dr. Wingeier on the show because many of you have reached out to me and asked about the Halo Sport, this device that you supposedly put on your head and it makes you learn motor skills faster. So, I reached out to the company, told them that my audience is asking about their product, and requested that I talk to someone from their team. They said "absolutely", they were kind enough to send me a unit, and they told me that I could ask all the questions I want to their CTO and co-founder.

And that's exactly what I did. So, for those of you that want to know whether this works, yes, it does. If you want to learn how it works, you will learn more about Dr. Wingeier himself in the episode.

I really enjoyed the episode because it gave me the opportunity to go into a part of accelerated learning that I normally don't get to go so deep on, and that I normally feel is a hole in my knowledge. That is, can we accelerate the learning of physical motor skills, and can we make our brain connect to our body in faster and more efficient ways?

Spoiler alert, the answer is yes, and in this episode, you will learn how. We also go a bit deeper into the crazy ways that you can use electronics and technology to change our brains.

I really enjoyed this episode, and I'm sure you will do so as well!

-Jonathan Levi

Mar 17 2020

50mins

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Thoughts On The Coronavirus - How We Plan To Support You

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.Greetings, SuperFriends.

Today, I want to take some time to record a special episode about the topic on everyone’s mind: the coronavirus pandemic, COV-19, and how we as a business are responding to it to ensure that we best serve you and our community during this very scary time.

Here are the highlights from this episode:

That's the high-level summary. Listen to the episode for more details.

Above all: Stay safe. Stay smart. STAY HOME!

JL

Mar 16 2020

12mins

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Ep. 268: Joe Sanok On Changing Your Narratives & Reinventing Yourself

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Greetings, SuperFriends!

Today we are joined by Joe Sanok. Joe is a keynote and TEDx speaker, business consultant, and podcaster. He is the host the #1 podcast for counselors, The Practice of the Practice Podcast, and has interviewed the likes of Pat Flynn, John Lee Dumas, and Lewis Howes!

Joe is also a writer for PsychCentral, has been featured on the Huffington Post, Forbes, GOOD Magazine, Reader's Digest, Entrepreneur on Fire, and Yahoo News. He is the author of five books and has been named the Therapist Resource top podcast, consultant, and blogger. Not bad, right?

I wanted to have Joe on the show because when I was on his show, he mentioned a few things that I didn't have enough knowledge about, like the concept of "family of origin" - and I wanted to learn more. I also wanted Joe on the show because he not only had a psychiatry practice, but also has built a business consulting other practices.

We had an amazing conversation, we talked about psychology, and how really to engage in personal transformation - which means how you can completely reinvent yourself! I'm sure you will enjoy this conversation as much as I did!

-Jonathan Levi

Mar 10 2020

44mins

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Ep. 267: Geoffrey Woo On The Power Of Ketosis And The Importance Of Fasting

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Greetings, SuperFriends!

Today we are joined by Geoffrey Woo. Geoffrey works closely with researchers at Oxford University and professional athletes to further our understanding of ketosis and human performance. A former computer scientist, he applies a systems engineering mindset to nutrition & performance you don't often see in the space. He's been in Forbes 30 under 30, he has sold Silicon Valley company at age 23, he is author of 2 US Patents, he has published various scientific papers, and much more.

I wanted to have Geoffrey on the show because we've talked about ketosis, fasting, and other things like that, but we've never talked about the extremes. For example, exogenous ketones, what happens in the body during ketosis, or whether you should be going into ketosis if you are just the average human being.

So, I wanted to dive deeper and really get a feel for whether or not this is applicable to real humans. I think I got some really good answers, I certainly learned a lot about ketosis and fasting, and it really doubled down my motivation to fast more, both intermittently and in extended fasts, and to try out some new things.

I really enjoyed this episode, and I'm sure you will as well!

-Jonathan Levi

Mar 03 2020

47mins

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Ep. 266: Paul Shapiro On The Industry And The Future Of Cultured Meat

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Greetings, SuperFriends!

Today we are joined by Paul Shapiro. Paul is the author of Clean Meat: How Growing Meat Without Animals Will Revolutionize Dinner and the World, and the CEO of The Better Meat Co., a company that produces lab-grown meat, as an alternative to meat as we know it.

Now, you may ask, since this isn't a science podcast, why are we talking about cultured meat and the future of meat? Well, as you will discover in this podcast, clean meat, meaning cultured, lab-produced meat, is an amazing way that humanity can solve our nutritional needs and in fact, as we discovered during the episode, it is a way for us to do better. To alter and improve our performance as human beings by engineering different typed of foods that could make us SuperHuman.

So, why have Paul on the show? Because he wrote the book on clean meat, he is a four-time TEDx speaker, and the host of the Business for Good Podcast. He is also widely considered as one of the top experts in the space!

As you can tell already, it was a really great episode, and I learned a ton. I'm sure you will enjoy it as well!

-Jonathan Levi

Feb 25 2020

51mins

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Ep. 265: How All Forms Of Light Affect Our Sleep And Our Health W/ Andy Mant

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Greetings, SuperFriends!

Today we are joined by Andy Mant. Andy is the founder and CEO of BluBlox, a company that specializes in evidence-based advanced light-filtering eyewear.

Andy started Blublox not only after becoming dissatisfied with the quality and standards of other blue-light-blocking products out there, but also because he had gained a ton of weight and had all kinds of issues with chronic fatigue and lacking in energy. When traditional diet and exercise didn't work for him, he turned towards the research himself, and became a biohacker.

So, today he is a leading figure in understanding how all forms of light, not just the light from our screens, can affect our health and well-being. He and his team have developed all different kinds of products, and Andy even gave us an insight into some of the crazy products that they are in the process of developing.

I wanted to have Andy on the show not just to talk about light blocking glasses, but because I wanted to go much deeper into the research around light as a whole. In the episode, we expanded on the blue light from our screens, and we discovered that some products or apps are better than others. We also talked about sunlight, what times of day you need to be exposed to it, how to know if you are getting enough sunlight in your life, and many more things around the all-important thing we all do in our daily lives, sleep.

I really enjoyed this episode, and I'm sure you will enjoy it as well!

-Jonathan Levi

Feb 18 2020

1hr 3mins

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Ep. 264: A Deeper Look At High Performance & How To Get There W/ Maggie Berghoff

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Greetings, SuperFriends!

Today we are joined by Maggie Berghoff. Maggie is a functional medicine nurse practitioner and health consultant who works with celebrities, entertainers, athletes, and CEOs/executives to up-level their physical and mental health. She has been featured in Entrepreneur, Well + Good, Under Armour, CBS, Glamour, iheartradio, 4 popular health documentaries, and national television.

I also found out that Maggie is a partner with Richard Branson's Virgin group, and that they have all kinds of cool MasterMinds that they lead together. It turns out, that we also have a lot of friends in common like Dave Asprey, JJ Virgin, and Diana House.

Now, in this episode, we talked about all things high performance. I got a better understanding of what it actually looks like to be at the most elite levels of performance, and some insights at what it takes to get there. During the episode, we talked about comprehensive testing and about all kinds of really cool biohacks - as I said, we are both friends of Dave Asprey.

I definitely learned some things that I didn't know, and I have some homework for things to research and buy after this conversation. I think you are really going to enjoy this wide-ranging conversation with Maggie Berghoff as much as I did!

-Jonathan Levi

Feb 11 2020

45mins

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Ep. 263: The Future Of Health Technology & How To Get There W/ Dr. Bertalan Mesko

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Greetings, SuperFriends!

Today I had the pleasure of talking with Dr. Bertalan Mesko, Ph.D., The Medical Futurist and the Director of The Medical Futurist Institute, which analyzes how science fiction technologies can become reality in medicine and healthcare. As a geek physician with a Ph.D. in genomics, Dr. Mesko is also an Amazon Top 100 author. He is also a Private Professor at Semmelweis Medical School, Budapest, Hungary.

Let me tell you, I really enjoyed this conversation, and I learned a lot about what is standing in the way of making us literally SuperHuman using technology. The answer will actually surprise you!

During the episode, I learned what we can do to advance the agenda of using technology to improve human lives, and we had a really interesting conversation about all the different ways that technology is already improving our health.

If you are listening to this episode for no other reason than the devices and hacks that Dr. Mesko uses in his own life to measure everything from his sleep to his happiness, and beyond, it will have been well worth your time. I know you are going to enjoy this episode as much as I did!

-Jonathan Levi

Feb 04 2020

47mins

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Ep. 262: Mindset, Spirituality, And Mystical Experiences W/ Guy & Ilan Ferdman

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Greetings, SuperFriends!

Today we are joined by Guy & Ilan Ferdman. They are the blood brothers behind the Satori Prime brand and podcast. They are also speakers, and they have a combined 34+ years of coaching in the fields of business, leadership, personal development, and spiritual growth. Their application of psychology & neuroscience combined with ancient practices of energetics gives them a unique approach to problem-solving and transforming lives.

I wanted to chat with these guys and learn a little bit more about all the crazy stuff that they are doing. I wanted to learn more about their journey and how they got to where they are today, teaching programs, hosting podcasts, and doing workshops all over the world, along with a lot more cool things.

I will tell you that this episode gets more out into the woo-woo that we normally do, but I think you are all ready and prepared given that we have already had a bunch of episodes that talk about energetics, energy, and the mysterious interworkings of the universe. I know a lot of you love to learn about this stuff, so we just went with it. Enjoy!

-Jonathan Levi

Jan 28 2020

53mins

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Ep. 261: How To Become A Real-Life Warrior & Adopt A Warrior Mindset W/ Chris Albert

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Greetings, SuperFriends!

Today we are joined by Chris Albert. Chris is a trainer, nutrition coach, and podcaster. His show, the Warrior Soul Podcast, empowers US Military Veterans to live their best lives through tools, tactics, ideas, and strategies that he and his amazing guests provide.

Chris is also a US Marine Corps Veteran, and he got his start in training and nutrition while he was working on his Ph.D. in Political Science at UC Santa Barbara. He then went on to co-found the world-famous Metroflex Gym Long Beach where he advised pro-bodybuilders and pro athletes on nutrition.

Chris has had some crazy experiences around discovering his identity and his genetics, and around growing up without adult figures in his life, plus much more that I'll let him talk to you about in the episode.

My goal for the episode was to get in the mind of a real-life warrior and figure out what we can learn about adapting a warrior mindset in our own lives. How can we embody more discipline? How can we reach our goals by staying true to that discipline, and what kind of things can we learn by someone who literally is a warrior and works every single day with warriors?

I really enjoyed the episode which is always a good indication that you will as well. Enjoy!

-Jonathan Levi

Jan 21 2020

41mins

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Ep. 260: Discovering The Vast And Amazing World Of Mushrooms W/ Danielle Ryan Broida

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Greetings, SuperFriends!

Today we are joined by Danielle Ryan Broida. Danielle is a Registered Herbalist (RH) of the American Herbalists Guild (AHG), Certified Holistic Nutritionist and National Educator at Four Sigmatic. She is also a mycologist, which we talked about in-depth, and has studied Ayurveda in India, she has traveled the world, she has studied and become a Certified Raw Chef and Detox Coach, plus many other things. Her bio is actually really long, so I won't cover all of it.

Today she is focused on teaching people how to discover the wide world of mushrooms - this entire kingdom of millions of species, many more than there are of plants, that we don't use but probably should be using.

I learned a ton in this episode. I know we've covered mushrooms in the past and all of their healing properties. In this episode, though, we went deeper, as I for the first time got a chance to talk to a mycologist and someone who is actually a registered herbalist.

So, we went far and wide, and we really started to understand, throughout the episode, just how many things mushrooms can do, how little we understand, and how important it is for us to start incorporating these in our routine.

I'm sure you will enjoy this episode as much as I did!

-Jonathan Levi

Jan 14 2020

56mins

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Ep. 259: How To Achieve Your Potential & Perform At A High Level W/ Eric Partaker

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Greetings, SuperFriends!

Today we are joined by Eric Partaker. Eric has been named "CEO of the Year" at the 2019 Business Excellence Awards, one of the "Top 30 Entrepreneurs in the UK" by Startups Magazine, and among "Britain's 27 Most Disruptive Entrepreneurs" by The Telegraph. His work has featured on over 7 major TV stations, in the Wall Street Journal, and The Economist. He has also appeared on The Apprentice as a guest judge.

So, why have an entrepreneur on the show? Well, Eric's other business is that he helps entrepreneurs and leaders perform at their best through his high-performance coaching. He is one of 300 people worldwide certified as a High-Performance Coach, by the High-Performance Institute. He has also completed a coaching certification and apprenticeship with Professor BJ Fogg, who leads Stanford University’s Behavior Design Lab.

Over the last 20 years, Eric has advised Fortune 50 CEOs while at McKinsey & Company, helped build Skype’s multi-billion dollar success story, and co-founded Chilango where he’s also Co-CEO. Chilango has been described by Elite Business Magazine as “arguably the most exciting fast-food company of the decade” and is also the most successfully crowdfunded restaurant chain in the world.

I wanted to sit down and talk to Eric, after being introduced to him by Olly Richards, because he has a very unique perspective on high performance and how we can achieve it. I know every single one of us in the audience would love to be at a higher performance level, and I love Eric's approach, as you'll see throughout the podcast.

It's a wide-ranging and great conversation, and I think you'll see why he and I hit it off every time we hang out! Enjoy!

-Jonathan Levi

Jan 07 2020

45mins

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Ep. 258: How To Turn Your Stress Into The Absolute SuperPower W/ Dr. Jaime Hope

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Greetings, SuperFriends!

Today we are joined by SuperWoman. Not literally, but pretty much a SuperWoman, because today I speak with Dr. Jaime Hope.

Jaime is a dual certified attending physician specializing in emergency medicine at one of the most intense level-one trauma tertiary centers in the country. She is also a published author, an online educator, a thought leader, an adjunct assistant professor at Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine, and many other things, including wife, mother of two, and again, all-around superwoman.

Jaime tours the world giving keynote lectures on stress, parenting, relationships, business success, healthy habits, and everything else. Jaime is a friend from Genius Network, and the last time I spoke to her and picked her brain about health, I said that we have to have her on the show to share her opinions around health, and specifically around stress. You see, she is one of the physicians whose opinion I trust more than absolutely anybody else in the world, and I'm not the only one!

Jaime knows more as a trauma tertiary center physician than just about anyone in the world I can think of around stress and stress management. So, in this episode, we didn't just talk about stress, but we go deep into how to use stress as a tool, how to manage stress, and all her various ways of managing her attention and managing her time. In fact, we go really deep into how she accomplishes so much and how she maintains peak health with all the things going on in her life!

I really really enjoyed this conversation, which is always a good indication that you will too! Enjoy!

-Jonathan Levi

Dec 31 2019

54mins

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Ep. 257: Learning How To Play The Piano In Just 21 Days W/ Jacques Hopkins

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Greetings, SuperFriends!

Today we are joined by Jacques Hopkins. Jacques worked as an engineer for eight years before quitting his job and turning his biggest hobby into a highly successful online piano course. Today, he supports his family with the passive income from his course, while teaching others to do the same.

I wanted to talk to Jacques because I also have a side-passion for learning an instrument, multiple instruments actually. Most recently, I have learned the piano, and thus I wanted to talk to Jacques about the importance of learning an instrument, but also from the perspective of someone who transitioned and brought music into his life.

I wanted him to share his insights with all of you as to why anyone and everyone can and should pick up a musical instrument. The conversation varied from how you can accelerate your learning of a specific instrument, the piano, to why music is important, why people should learn music, and how you don't have to be a musical person to learn an instrument.

In the episode, we also talk about the massive misconceptions and ways that most people go about learning music. I enjoyed the episode, it's a short and sweet one, and I'm sure you'll enjoy it as well!

-Jonathan Levi

Dec 24 2019

33mins

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Ep. 256: The Truth Behind Food Chains, Running 3100 Miles, And More W/ Sanjay Rawal

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Greetings, SuperFriends!

Today we are joined by Sanjay Rawal. Sanjay is a documentary film-maker that has created such documentaries as Food Chains, which was produced by Eva Longoria and Eric Schlosser with narration by Forest Whitaker, and his most recent documentary 3100: Run and Become was released theatrically in the US in 20 markets last fall.

His third effort Gather, a documentary on Native American food sovereignty is set for completion in mid-2019.

Why did we want to talk to a documentary film-maker? Well, Sanjay has a unique perspective because he has looked into two of the biggest aspects of being SuperHuman. One, food, and how it gets to us and our food chain, and two, the extreme periphery edge of human performance, meanly 3100 miles. Yes, people who run 3100 miles.

I wanted to talk to Sanjay because I wanted to understand what he has learned in his years of interviewing and talking with these people, and what advice he can give us about better living our lives as SuperHumans.

It turned out to be an incredibly interesting conversation, in which I learned a lot. I had my mind blown at least once, and I think you are going to feel the same. Enjoy!

-Jonathan Levi

Dec 17 2019

47mins

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Ep. 255: Why You Really Need To Take Control Of Your Oral Health W/ Michelle Jorgensen

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Greetings, SuperFriends!

Today we are joined by Dr. Michelle Jorgensen. Michelle is an author, speaker, teacher, biologic/holistic dentist, and health and wellness provider. After practicing traditional dentistry for 10 years, she became very sick. Through her own journey to return to health, she discovered many different ways that traditional dentistry and oral health have been failing us.

For this reason, I wanted to have Michelle, who is a member of our private membership, The SuperHuman Academy MasterMind, on the show, to talk about everything that she learned over the last 10 years. I wanted to learn what the big deal with oral health is, why does it matter so much, and why does it seem to be such a crucial part of our health.

I also wanted to learn what the misconceptions we all have are, what are the things we do wrong, how are we being affected, and how can we advocate for our own dental health, since it is so important.

I had a really good time in this episode, I learned a lot of things that I should be doing differently, or better, and I found out that a lot of the stuff I've learned in previous episodes is pretty good information - and that's always fun.

I think you are going to enjoy and learn a lot from this episode with Dr. Michelle Jorgensen, as I did!

-Jonathan Levi

Dec 10 2019

48mins

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Ep. 254: How To Construct And Utilize Your SuperHuman Alter-Ego W/ Todd Herman

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Greetings, SuperFriends!

This week we are joined by Todd Herman. I have to say that this is one of the best episodes I remember recording in a very long time.

Todd Herman is a performance coach and mental game strategist for ambitious entrepreneurs, athletes, and leaders who want to achieve wildly outrageous goals. He’s helped clients reach the Olympic podium, build multimillion-dollar companies, and establish brands that have become internationally known.

But he's best known not for his sports training and coaching, but for his bestselling book The Alter Ego Effect: The Power of Secret Identities to Transform Your Life. He lives in New York City with his wife and three young children, and is currently the world’s worst ukulele player - his words, not mine!

This episode was incredible, mind-blowing, insane. In it, we talk about a fascinating concept that you can use to get yourself at a higher performance level, and that is the Alter Ego effect. We talk about Todd's intense story of getting to where he is, the trauma and abuse that got him there, which he shares very openly, and he explains how he went from A to B in a linear fashion.

As I've already said multiple times, this is a fascinating episode, which I'm sure you will enjoy!

-Jonathan Levi

Dec 03 2019

1hr 4mins

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Ep. 253: How To Be A True SuperHuman & The Power Of Visualization W/ Matt Belair

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Greetings, SuperFriends!

Today we are joined by Matthew Belair. I actually appeared on Matt's podcast, and I got so interested in the little bits of his story that I managed to get out of him, that I invited him on my show to learn more about him.

Matt is a top-rated podcast host, best-selling author of Zen Athlete: A Guide To Self-Mastery, and he is an expert in human performance. He hosts The Master Mind, Body and Spirit show, which has reached #1 on iTunes and he does all kinds of insane coaching and blogging around sports, performance, spirituality, mindset, and many more things.

I think Matt is one of the only people in the world that have sought out as many SuperHumans as I have. Matt is a life long martial artist, traveler, and truth-seeker who has indeed trained with many masters. He has studied meditation in Nepal with Tibetan monks, survived a near-death experience trekking mount Everest, he's worked with Wim Hof, and he has trained with professional MMA fighters in Thailand as well as with 34th generation Shaolin Monks in China.

It would take me the whole episode to list all the crazy things Matt has done to try and learn more about optimal performance. That is why we had a wide-ranging conversation where we talked about everything from mindset and visualization to athletics, spirituality, and meditation. You will truly discover all different kinds of ways to improve your experience on this planet in this wide-ranging episode with Matt Belair!

Enjoy!

-Jonathan Levi

Nov 26 2019

47mins

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Fasting?

By Dancingkatrina - Mar 09 2020
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Not sure how the episode on playing piano has to do with Ketosis and Fasting but overall good podcast and content☺️

All about me

By Christian Yves - Jul 02 2019
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This podcast gets me ideas on how to be a better me