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Smart People Podcast is a weekly, interview-based podcast that features todays most well respected thought leaders engaging in authentic, insightful conversation for the benefit of the listener. The host, Chris Stemp, and his co-host/producer Jon Rojas, utilize their insatiable curiosity and relatable charm to provoke their guests into giving the interview of a lifetime. Every single guest has achieved a high level of recognition within their arena and in doing so has collected a wealth of experiences and insights that are brought to life in this top ranked iTunes podcast. Show topics vary greatly, including things such as psychology, leadership, education, technology, entrepreneurship, relationships, and much more.

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Smart People Podcast is a weekly, interview-based podcast that features todays most well respected thought leaders engaging in authentic, insightful conversation for the benefit of the listener. The host, Chris Stemp, and his co-host/producer Jon Rojas, utilize their insatiable curiosity and relatable charm to provoke their guests into giving the interview of a lifetime. Every single guest has achieved a high level of recognition within their arena and in doing so has collected a wealth of experiences and insights that are brought to life in this top ranked iTunes podcast. Show topics vary greatly, including things such as psychology, leadership, education, technology, entrepreneurship, relationships, and much more.

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By far my favorite podcast

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These are my people. A variety of thought provoking guests with the credentials, but with a focus on living a purposeful life. I love Chris’s interview style and questions. You can tell he’s passionate about what he does and I share his sense of curiosity!

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I like it. It is interesting. The style of an interview makes me come back all the time.

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587 Ratings
Average Ratings
452
46
20
23
46

By far my favorite podcast

By Kapp0059 - Apr 28 2019
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These are my people. A variety of thought provoking guests with the credentials, but with a focus on living a purposeful life. I love Chris’s interview style and questions. You can tell he’s passionate about what he does and I share his sense of curiosity!

Alex

By _Aylo_ - Sep 05 2017
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I like it. It is interesting. The style of an interview makes me come back all the time.
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Smart People Podcast

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Smart People Podcast is a weekly, interview-based podcast that features todays most well respected thought leaders engaging in authentic, insightful conversation for the benefit of the listener. The host, Chris Stemp, and his co-host/producer Jon Rojas, utilize their insatiable curiosity and relatable charm to provoke their guests into giving the interview of a lifetime. Every single guest has achieved a high level of recognition within their arena and in doing so has collected a wealth of experiences and insights that are brought to life in this top ranked iTunes podcast. Show topics vary greatly, including things such as psychology, leadership, education, technology, entrepreneurship, relationships, and much more.

Rank #1: Adam Grant

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Dr. Adam Grant – Author of Give and Take: A Revolutionary Approach to Success, youngest tenured professor at Wharton, one of BusinessWeek’s favorite professors, and one of the world’s 40 best business professors under 40. According to Professor Adam Grant, at work we all fall into one of the following 3 categories: Takers, Givers, and...
Aug 19 2013
37 mins
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Rank #2: Jim Weatherall - Fake News: Why What You Believe Depends on Who You Know

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James Owen Weatherall is a physicist, philosopher, and mathematician. He holds graduate degrees from Harvard, the Stevens Institute of Technology, and the University of California, Irvine, where he is presently an assistant professor of logic and philosophy of science. He has written for Slate and Scientific American.

James' newest book, The Misinformation Age: How False Beliefs Spread is available now and is co-authored with Cailin O'Connor (@cailinmeister).


We discuss:

  • Are we moving backwards as an intellectual society?
  • What is causing the 'splitting' of society into two sides?
  • We are we so tribal in our thinking?

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Jul 30 2019
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Rank #3: Jonathan Levi – Become a SuperLearner: Speed Reading and Advanced Memorization

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Jonathan Levi - Here on Smart People Podcast we get the opportunity to talk with a lot of amazing authors.  Doing this on a consistent basis has turned us into what you might call "book worms".  However, with only so many hours in the day, there are still thousands of books that we'll probably never have the time to read.  If only there were an easier way? What if you could increase your reading speed by five, ten or twenty times and also increase your retention? Think about the possibility! I might have actually done the required reading in college... OK probably not.  
Well thanks to one of our top fans (thanks Charlie!) we were introduced to this weeks guest, Jonathan Levi. Jonathan is an entrepreneur, and an expert in speed reading and advanced memorization.  His online course is ranked as one of the top selling of all time on Udemy and has been personally recommended by the CEO. Join us this week as we learn how to speed read, remember more, and be a Super Learner.
To receive 90% off of Jonathan's SuperLearner course, go to jle.vi/smartpeople or go to Udemy and use the coupon code smart-people.
"Speed reading itself is the easy part."
- Jonathan Levi
Quotes from Jonathan: 
What we learn in this episode:
What is a super learner?
How do you speed read?
What is the "memory palace"?
What must you be able to do BEFORE you can speed read effectively?
Resources:
http://jle.vi/ jle.vi/smartpeople https://www.udemy.com/superlearning-speed-reading-memory-techniques/?dtcode=fvVeEWq1UtUD#/
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Nov 25 2014
50 mins
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Rank #4: Nintendo Overtime

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Chris and I have a discussion about Nintendo following our interview with Jeff Ryan. As you can tell, we had a lot of fun discussing Nintendo this week. Leave your top 5 games in the comments section! Episode below:
Aug 18 2011
8 mins
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Rank #5: Rosalind Wiseman

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Rosalind Wiseman - Author of Masterminds and Wingmen and Queen Bees & Wannabes, which is the book that was used as the basis for the movie Mean Girls.  Rosalind Wiseman is an internationally recognized expert on children, teens, parenting, bullying, social justice, and ethical leadership.
The teenage years bring about a wide array of changes and challenges that make them some of the most difficult years in a persons entire life.  Experiences that occur in this stage of maturation can shape a person forever, for better or for worse.  These challenges have continued to gain main stream media attention recently as the topic of bullying has been brought to the forefront.  However, bullying is merely one part of the larger puzzle that comprises the confusing life of a teenager.  For any parent out there who is trying to connect with their child, for any sibling who wants to help out their brother or sister, or for any young person that feels like there are too many questions to be answered, this weeks episode provides some amazing insight on the crazy world of growing up.
Episodes like this one are exactly the reason why Jon and I started this podcast.  I don't know how we came across Rosalind, but all I can say is I'm glad we did.  Conversations such as this expand our knowledge of the world and the way people grow and mature. Pass this along to a friend who might need this advice, a parent who is struggling, or a young person who is confused.  If even one person finds a little bit of solace in the information covered in this episode, we will feel as if we have truly made a difference.
Over the past 2 decades, Rosalind has spent her life helping parents understand their kids, and helping kids understand themselves! Most famously the author of Queen Bees and Wannabes—the groundbreaking, fully revised edition of her best-selling book that was the basis for the movie Mean Girls—Rosalind Wiseman is an internationally recognized expert on children, teens, parenting, bullying, social justice, and ethical leadership. Her latest book, Masterminds & Wingmen serves the other side of the same coin - as Rosalind discusses the life of boys growing up.
National media regularly depends on Wiseman as the expert on ethical leadership, media literacy, and bullying prevention. She is a consultant for Cartoon Network’s Speak Up, Stop Bullying Campaign and has been profiled in The New York Times, People, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, The Washington Post, and USA Today. Wiseman is a frequent guest on The Today Show, Anderson Cooper 360, CNN, Good Morning America, and NPR affiliates throughout the country. She also serves as an advisor to the US Department of Health and Human Services’ Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration.
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Oct 14 2013
42 mins
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Rank #6: Joe Navarro

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Joe Navarro - Not many can say they were personally approached to join the FBI, but this is exactly what happened to Joe Navarro while he was working as a police officer at the tender age of 23. He accepted their offer and became one of the youngest agents ever to join the renowned investigative agency.
Joe is quite literally a human lie detector. Having spent over 25 years as a counterintelligence officer with the FBI, Joe has mastered the art of reading non-verbal communication in order to catch spies, convict felons, and thwart terrorist attacks.  In this episode we will learn what to look for in a liar, which body parts "give away the secret", and how you can use your body language to get people to like you, hire you, and trust you.  Joe is the author of What Every BODY is Saying: An Ex-FBI Agent's Guide to Speed-Reading People.
"Neck covering is one of the most accurate behaviors that lets you know when someone is worried."
- Joe Navarro
Quotes from Joe:
 What we learn in this episode:
What is the truth behind recognizing non-verbal cues? Is there a silver bullet to detect lying?
What is the science behind human non-verbal communication?
Did you know our fear response is freeze, flight, and fight, in that order?
How should you stand with someone during an intimate conversation?
Resources:
What Every BODY is Saying: An Ex-FBI Agent's Guide to Speed-Reading People
http://joenavarro.net/
Forbes Interview with Joe Navarro
Twitter @navarrotells
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Aug 11 2014
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Rank #7: Richard Wiseman – The Science of Luck

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This week on Smart People Podcast we are helping you get lucky... wait a second.
Richard Wiseman bring us a groundbreaking new scientific study of the phenomenon of luck and the ways we can bring good luck into our lives. What is luck? A psychic gift or a question of intelligence? And what is it that lucky people have that unlucky people lack? Psychologist Dr. Richard Wiseman put luck under a scientific microscope for the very first time in his book, The Luck Factor: Changing your Luck, Changing your Life, The Four Essential Principals , examining the different ways in which lucky and unlucky people think and behave. After three years of intensive interviews and experiments with over 400 volunteers, Wiseman arrived at an astonishing conclusion: Luck is something that can be learned. It is available to anyone willing to pay attention to the Four Essential Principles:
Creating Chance Opportunities
Thinking Lucky
Feeling Lucky
Denying Fate
This and other topics covered in our interview this week with Richard.  Richard Wiseman began his working life as a professional magician and currently holds Britain’s only Professorship in the Public Understanding of Psychology (University of Hertfordshire).  He researches the psychology of luck, change, perception and deception, and his work has been published in leading academic journals.
Richard has written several bestselling books (including The Luck Factor, Quirkology, and 59 Seconds) and has delivered keynote addresses to organisations across the world (including The Swiss Economic Forum, Google and Amazon).
He was listed in the Independent On Sunday’s top 100 people who make Britain a better place to live, and has acted as a creative consultant to Derren Brown, The MythBusters, and Heston Blumenthal. Richard is the most followed British psychologist on Twitter, his YouTube channel has received over 300 million views, and one Scientific American columnist described him as  ‘….the most interesting and innovative experimental psychologist in the world today’.
"The concept of luck is very straightforward.  Some people notice opportunities and others don't."
- Richard Wiseman
Quotes from Richard Wiseman: 
What we learn in this episode:
What is the best way to brainstorm?
How do you increase your luck?
Do lucky people know if and why they are lucky?
Resources:
The Luck Factor
https://www.youtube.com/user/Quirkology http://richardwiseman.wordpress.com/
Jan 13 2015
48 mins
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Rank #8: Dr. Susan David - Control Your Destiny by Understanding Your Emotions

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Dr. David exposes how our emotions hold us back or carry us forward in our goals depending on how well we confront—not control—them. Science shows us that it’s not possible to smother your emotions with affirmations espoused by the latest positivity movement. It’s equally unrealistic to set your mind to a rigid “grit” goal that might not be working for you. Like it or not, your emotions are there, and the more honest and agile you are with them, the more you can overcome the demands of work and life to thrive. The antidote to emotional rigidity is emotional agility—being flexible with your thoughts and feelings so that you can respond optimally to the increasingly unpredictable challenges of business.
Sep 13 2016
1 hour
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Rank #9: Dan Buettner

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Dan Buettner - Do you want to live to 100+? Of course you do, as long as you don't have to wear a diaper! Our guest this week has figured out the key to living to the ripe old age of 100 and beyond and he's here to share it with you.  National Geographic writer and explorer Dan Buettner studies the world's longest-lived peoples, distilling their secrets into a single plan for health and long life. He is the author of the New York Times best selling book, The Blue Zones: 9 Lessons for Living Longer From the People Who've Lived the Longest. 
His TED Talk “How to live to be 100+” has been viewed over 2 million times and his New York Times Sunday Magazine article, “The Island Where People Forget to Die” was the second most popular article of 2012. Dan has Keynoted speeches for Bill Clinton’s Health Matters Initiative, Google Zeitgeist, TEDMED and many more nationally renowned conferences.  He has been featured twice on Oprah and has received an Emmy award for television production.
"Money does buy happiness to a certain extent. You need to be able to buy the necessities. However, after you obtain a certain amount, the effect of an added dollar does not buy you an added dollar of happiness.
- Dan Buettner
Quotes from Dan:
What we learn in this episode:
One of the keys to fitness and health is moderate exercise throughout the day, not spurts of intense activity.
What are the secrets to living a long and healthy life?
What factors play the biggest role of someone being truly happy?
Resources:
The Blue Zones: 9 Lessons for Living Longer From the People Who've Lived the Longest
http://www.bluezones.com/speaking/dan-buettner/
Dan Buettner - Ted Talk: How to live to be 100+
Twitter: @BlueZones
Jun 29 2014
26 mins
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Rank #10: Dave Birss – How to be creative

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Dave Birss - How to be creative.
Creativity is surrounded by such mystique. It seemed so magical to the ancient Greeks that they attributed the moment of inspiration to muses rather than people. And in our modern work environment, regardless of your job title you are continually being asked to come up with creative solutions to new, complex problems. That's why it's important to understand that there is such thing as the creative process, and there's also a way to get it wrong. This week on the show, we interview creativity expert Dave Birss, and we ask him to teach us how to maximize our creativity in order to succeed in this constantly evolving economic landscape.
Dave is the author of the bestselling book, A User Guide to the Creative Mind: Understanding Where Ideas Come From and Helping You Have More of Them. He is also a former VP at one of the largest advertising agencies in the world, a sought after speaker and consultant, and he's recently launched a brand new web series called DayBeforeTomorrow.tv.
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"I want to be the most interesting person in the old-folks home. I want to have more interesting stories than any of the other wrinkly old 'gits' around me."
- Dave Birss
Quotes from Dave Birss: 
What we learn in this episode:
How to multitask
What is "Western Creativity" and why Dave believes we need to look at it differently.
How do you enhance creativity in yourself and in a team?
What is the first part of the creative process?
Resources:
A User Guide to the Creative Mind: Understanding Where Ideas Come From and Helping You Have More of Them
DayBeforeTomorrow.tv
Dave's Personal Website
Alcohol and Creativity....what? Check this out.
@davebirss

Jan 20 2015
56 mins
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Rank #11: Yuval Noah Harari - How Humans Have Become Gods and What it Means for Our Future

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With the international sensation, critical favorite, and New York Times bestseller Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind, Yuval Noah Harari unleashed a global phenomenon. His electrifying debut resonated with notable public figures: the book was lauded by President Obama, Bill Gate, Sebastian Junger, and Mark Zuckerberg.

In this episode we discuss Sapiens, as well as his newest endeavor, Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow.
Jan 31 2017
57 mins
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Rank #12: Dan Carlin

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Dan Carlin – Host of the Hardcore History and Common Sense podcasts, Political Commentator New media is coming for us.  Well, if you are reading this, it already came for you – so congratulations on being ahead of the curve.  New media is supposed to be the “democratization” of the creation, production, distribution and consumption of media by...
Mar 04 2013
41 mins
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Rank #13: Simon Sinek

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Simon Sinek - This week we talk to one of our favorite speakers and personalities, Simon Sinek. Simon is a popular author who is best known for his book, “Start with Why”. Not only is he an amazing speaker, but he has one of the most popular TEDx videos ever released (How great leaders inspire action). The video is so popular, it ranks in the top 3 TED list with over 17 million views!
Simon’s latest book is Leaders Eat Last: Why Some Teams Pull Together and Others Don’t, which focuses on the idea that leaders who are willing to “eat last” are rewarded with loyal colleagues.
“I did what anybody who finds something beautiful does. We share it with our friends and the people we love.”
- Simon Sinek
Quotes from Simon:
What we learn in this episode:
What went wrong in Simon's TEDx video
How to move people and organizations
A quick and FREE way to discover your why
Resources:
Simon Sinek: How great leaders inspire action
https://www.startwithwhy.com/ http://www.ted.com/speakers/simon_sinek
Twitter: @simonsinek
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Jul 21 2014
37 mins
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Rank #14: Alex Korb – The Most Common Psychological Disorder in America

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Alex Korb - The most common psychological disorder in America. It affects more than 1 in 10 Americans and is the cause of more than half of the suicides committed each year. More people suffer from this disorder than coronary heart disease, cancer, and HIV/AIDS...combined. It strains our healthcare system as we seek out treatments and cures. It affects every aspect of life and can leave sufferers feeling alone, isolated, misunderstood, and helpless. It is depression.
Depression is the most common mental disorder in the United States. Its prevalence is often masked by the fact that sufferers don't always talk about it with family and friends. Further, there is prejudice against depression as a disorder, with some people even feeling that it isn't a real condition. Depression can feel like a downward spiral, pulling you into a vortex of sadness, fatigue, and apathy. But there are ways to cope and recover. Depression is one of the most treatable of psychiatric illnesses. In our episode this week we speak with Neuroscientist Alex Korb, PhD. Alex is the author of the book The Upward Spiral: Using Neuroscience to Reverse the Course of Depression, One Small Change at a Time.
Alex Korb, PhD, is a neuroscientist who has studied the brain for over fifteen years, starting with an undergraduate degree in neuroscience from Brown University. He received his PhD in neuroscience from the University of California, Los Angeles, where he wrote his dissertation and numerous scientific articles on depression. He is currently a postdoctoral neuroscience researcher at UCLA in the department of psychiatry. Outside of the lab, he is a scientific consultant for the biotech and pharmaceutical industry, and is head coach of the UCLA Women’s Ultimate Frisbee team. He has a wealth of experience in yoga and mindfulness, physical fitness, and even stand-up comedy.
"The emotions that we experience are all in contrast to each other. The more capable you are of experiencing despair, the more you can experience joy."
- Alex Korb
Quotes from Alex: 
What we learn in this episode:
What are some of the proven methods of improving depression?
Why does anxiety and depression still exist? How have we not "evolved past" these types of destructive tendencies, behaviors, and characteristics?
Does "shock therapy" work as an effective treatment for depression?
What exactly is the nervous system? And is it possible to strengthen the nervous system?
Resources:
The Upward Spiral: Using Neuroscience to Reverse the Course of Depression, One Small Change at a Time
facebook.com/prefrontalblog http://alexkorbphd.com/
Twitter: @prefrontalblog
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Apr 07 2015
58 mins
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Rank #15: Marty Cagan

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Marty Cagan – Expert on all things product, founding partner of the Silicon Valley Product Group If you have ever thought about creating or inventing ANYTHING….seriously listen to this episode. How many ‘products’ do you think you use in a day?  Even if you just look at a small subset of your day, the list...
Feb 05 2013
36 mins
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Rank #16: Chris Bailey - A Life of Productivity

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Chris Bailey - A Life of Productivity. In this episode we speak with productivity expert Chris Bailey and learn the best ways to transform our life by getting done the things that are most important.

The Productivity Project—and the lessons Chris learned—are the result of that year-long journey, and we are going to share them with you today.
Sep 27 2016
1 hour 4 mins
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Rank #17: Dr. Will Bulsiewicz - Gut Health, Gut Check

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This week we interview "Dr. B," Dr. Will Bulsiewicz. Dr. B is a graduate of Georgetown University School of Medicine. He trained in internal medicine at Northwestern Memorial Hospital and gastroenterology at The University of North Carolina Hospitals. He also earned a Master of Science in Clinical Investigation (MSCI) from Northwestern University and a certificate in nutrition from Cornell University. Dr. Bulsiewicz is board-certified in both internal medicine and gastroenterology.

To find out more about Dr. B, head to https://theguthealthmd.com.

We discuss:

  • What does bacteria matter so much?
  • What bacteria is considered 'bad' bacteria? How do remove those?
  • What are the thoughts around testing for food sensitivities?


Studies mentioned in the episode:

How diet impacts gut microbiome: 

Benefits of substituting whole grains for processed grains:

Gluten free diet reduces short chain fatty acids and damages gut microbiome:

Aug 14 2018
1 hour 31 mins
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Rank #18: Leanne Jacobs - How To Achieve Real Wealth

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Most of us know what it feels like to chase success and money. We believe that pounding our way through our days is the only way to prosperity and success. We sacrifice time with our loved ones, our weekends, our vacations, and perhaps even our sanity, in exchange for a paycheck. We want to have it all, but don’t find satisfaction in any of our achievements. Instead, we find ourselves sitting in our offices and big houses feeling unhappy, broke, burnt out, and unfulfilled...

This week, our guest Leanne Jacobs explains how to break this cycle and achieve wealth in all the right ways, including money.
Feb 14 2017
43 mins
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Rank #19: David Linden

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David Linden, PhD - Neurobiologist, Author of The Compass of Pleasure: How Our Brains Make Fatty Foods, Orgasm, Exercise, Marijuana, Generosity, Vodka, Learning and Gambling Feel So Good, and professor at Johns Hopkins.
Ask and you shall receive! The data is in from the Smart People Podcast survey (which is open for anyone to still take, we would appreciate it!) and you all voted psychology and the brain to be the most interesting subject. So - we did what we do best and went out to find the smartest, most interesting, articulate "brain guy" we could. And believe us, he does not disappoint. Join us to learn about how our memory works, what makes us individuals, why we love certain experiences, and more.  It's an all out mind bender!
Our guest is David J. Linden, PhD.  David is a professor of Neuroscience at Johns Hopkins University and the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Neurophysiology.  His most recent book is The Compass of Pleasure and prior to that he wrote The Accidental Mind. His website hilariously warns everyone that he does not want to be confused with the Psychiatrist David E. Linden - because that guy was a total jerk.
Oct 21 2013
44 mins
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Rank #20: Lauren Sandler

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Lauren Sandler: Journalist, author of One and Only: The Freedom of Having an Only Child and the Joy of Being One Roach wouldn’t willingly admit it in the interview, and perhaps this is presumptuous, but I think we all have a negative bias towards only children…unless, of course, you are one.  I’m not saying it’s a huge...
Jul 01 2013
38 mins
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