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Best Dubner Productions podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Dubner Productions podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Discover the hidden side of everything with Stephen J. Dubner, co-author of the Freakonomics books. Each week, Freakonomics Radio tells you things you always thought you knew (but didn’t) and things you never thought you wanted to know (but do) — from the economics of sleep to how to become great at just about anything. Dubner speaks with Nobel laureates and provocateurs, intellectuals and entrepreneurs, and various other underachievers. Special features include series like “The Secret Life ...
 
James Altucher interviews the world’s leading peak performers in every area of life. But instead of giving you the typical success story, James digs deeper to find the “Choose Yourself” story—these are the moments we relate to… when someone rises up from personal struggle to reinvent themselves. The James Altucher Show brings you into the lives of peak-performers: billionaires, best-selling authors, rappers, astronauts, athletes, comedians, actors, and the world champions in every field, all ...
 
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Nik Wallenda is a daredevil. He’s broken 11 Guinness World Records and should be dead from all of them. But he’s not. His skill is unexplainable. It’s part acrobat. Part circus. Part mastermind… You might’ve seen him on a highwire. BLINDFOLDED. While crossing the Grand Canyon, Niagara Falls, between buildings in Time Square or Chicago and more. I w…
 
When he became chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, Ajit Pai announced that he was going to take a “weed whacker” to Obama-era regulations. So far, he’s kept his promise, and earned the internet’s ire for reversing the agency’s position on net neutrality. Pai defends his actions and explains how the U.S. can “win” everything from the …
 
If you ever catch yourself wondering how to work for yourself, this is the podcast for you. Dean Graziosi was making 1.8 million dollars at age 26. !!?? Can you imagine? When he said this, I thought, "I should’ve been more entrepreneurial." But I'm not too late. And neither are you. In this episode, Dean breaks down how to turn your life experience…
 
I love having Bishop T.D. Jakes on the podcast. This is his third time on the show. And each time, he teaches me something new about turning pain into promise. So what does that mean? It means you're not melting into the pain of life. Instead, you're aware that you're not alone. And that other people could use your help if you pull yourself out of …
 
Any one can write a book. And publish it. You don’t need a publisher. Or any gatekeeper to approve. You just need your own permission. And then you can do it yourself. So in this podcast, I walk you through how to pick your topic, how to find a unique angle to write about, how to outline your chapter, and so on. Think of this episode as a ready, fi…
 
Maria Konnikova is the New York Times bestselling author of several books, including "The Confidence Game: Why We Fall For It Every Time." And "Mastermind: How to Think Like Sherlock Holmes." Today's she's on the podcast to talk about mastering your mind. Basically, Sherlock Holmes, even though he's a fictional detective, is a mastermind. And there…
 
Peter Diamandis lives in the future. His life revolves around space research, understanding how humans and tech will fuse as one, and how this will impact job security, job creation, money, opportunity... everything. So I wanted to hear the A-Z. What does the future look like? And more than that... how QUICKLY do we need to adapt? Peter just wrote …
 
"Comedians Yannis Pappas and Chris Distefano are two cuties with smoothies who go WILD for history and nature." I didn't write this. It's on the website for History Hyenas, one of the most hilarious podcasts out there. We recorded this episode to just have fun. But it's also full of a lot of history. I write about all my podcasts! Check out the ful…
 
Is the Coronavirus really a threat? I keep seeing headlines. But I don’t know what to think. So I called up Professor Peter Openshaw. He’s a clinician, and a scientists specializing in lung immunology. In this episode, you’ll learn the science. And find out what we can do to prevent it from getting into our bodies. I write about all my podcasts! Ch…
 
Craig Benzine went from being a waiter to a full-time content creator. His whole life is creative. And you can find it on YouTube when you search “WheezyWaiter” I asked him about the process of quitting one thing you hate to start something you love. Plus I ask for tips that new creators can use today to get started including how to be authentic, h…
 
Tom Quiggin is a former military intelligence officer. And Canadian. And host of the Quiggen Report Podcast about "counter-terrorism in the age of identity politics." (i.e. how can you talk about a threat if you'll be call politically incorrect or worse racist if the threat itself happens to pertain to a certain culture?) I don't know the answer. A…
 
We asked this same question nearly a decade ago. The answer then: probably not. But a lot has changed since then, and we’re three years into one of the most anomalous presidencies in American history. So once again we try to sort out presidential signal from noise. What we hear from legal and policy experts may leave you surprised, befuddled — and …
 
We're all scared to ask for certain things: a raise, permission to work from home, more vacation time, seed money, an introduction, whatever. You know what it is for you. So I invited Wayne Baker, author of All You Have to Do Is Ask: How to Master the Most Important Skill for Success" and Adam Grant, esteemed Wharton professor and best-selling auth…
 
I have a theory. And it’s backed by research… that if you have a 4 day work week, you’re more productive. Brendan Lemon and I dig into the psychology behind WHY. I write about all my podcasts! Check out the full post and learn what I learned at jamesaltucher.com/podcast. Thanks so much for listening! If you like this episode, please subscribe to “T…
 
Money isn’t just about what’s in your account. There’s a power to money. But to really understand money and the influence it has in your life, you have to have a money philosophy. You have to think about HOW you think about money. So I interview Nicole Lapin, a financial expert, author, and host with Jason Feifer, the Editor in Chief of Entrepreneu…
 
Chuck Palahniuk is the author of Fight Club... a cult classic. And one of my favorite books. I felt so lucky getting to watch him breakdown storytelling. Because he does it in a way that goes beneath the surface. He takes you into what it means to be human. He makes you feel seen and like your life, as messy as it is, makes sense. Now he has a new …
 
One of the most storied (and valuable) sports franchises in the world had fallen far. So they decided to do a full reboot — and it worked: this week, they are headed back to the Super Bowl. Before the 2018 season, we sat down with the team’s owner, head coach, general manager, and players as they were plotting their turnaround. Here’s an update of …
 
Joseph ‘Rev’ Simmons is Run D.M.C.’s iconic rapper. He just wrote a book with this wife Justine Simmons called “Old School Love: And Why it Works.” I like this interview because they’re relationship is on full display here. You see they argue and work through it. You hear them banter and talk over each other the way real couples do. And then you se…
 
Lori Gottlieb is a psychotherapist and the author "Maybe You Should Talk to Someone." In this episode, she tells me the inside baseball of therapy: what's the difference between a narcistist and a sociopath? How do you spot them (so you don't end up in relationships with them) / make sure YOU'RE not one. I also ask her how to deal with passive aggr…
 
Calling all "Question of The Day" fans! We’re back... For a one-time live reunion. I sit with my good friend and favorite backgammon opponent to comb through our burning questions including how to make life an experiment what makes work stand out from the crowd when it's a good idea to steer from your plans identity economics lies/truth/news why we…
 
There’s a lot I want to accomplish in life. And I bet there’s a lot you want to accomplish, too. So what’s stopping us? Usually, in my own life, I can boil it down to one thing. It’s not focus. It’s not having some super-specific morning routine. Or 8 hours of sleep (although that’s important)… I accomplish things when I give myself permission to a…
 
Jocko Willink is a NAVY Seal turned leadership coach. He says leadership is “the most complex of all human endeavors.” Because leadership is not just one skill. It’s a combination of hundreds: management, decision making, team building, teaching, disciplining, training... the list goes on. So he wrote a field manual. In this episode, we dig deep in…
 
Everything is changing all the time. So how do we keep up? How do we learn to stay ahead of the future? That's what Jamie Metzl is here to tell us. Jamie is a tech futurist, self-taught genomics expert, economist and the bestselling author of "Hacking Darwin," which is all about genetic engineering and "the frontiers of biology." But what's most im…
 
The “best” is not just a title. The “best” achieved something extraordinary. And that's really what this podcast is about. So today, I’m looking at the 5 best investors in the world, what they knew and what we can learn from them to live wealthier lives. And, with me today, I have my friend Merrick. He’s the professor who signed the letter that got…
 
Chris Turner is the best in the world at the INTERSECTION of freestyling and comedy. Combining two skills is the #1 way to get to the top. I ask him how he found his personal intersection (we all have one. Or many). And we find out how he discovered his talent. I write about all my podcasts! Check out the full post and learn what I learned at james…
 
"I'm 73. But I'm not old," Suzanne Somers said. She has sex all the time. She has her memory, her energy, her hair... and she's beat cancer multiple times (with the help of the most cutting-edge doctors on the planet). Now she's got a book, "A New Way to Age: The Most Cutting-Edge Advances in Antiaging." It'll teach you: - how to feel youthful - ho…
 
I was suppose to go on Brendon Lemon's Podcast, The Madness Continues. Instead, we have a spontaneous discuss about Star Wars, Avengers End Game, and Avatar! There's a second part to the podcast! Go check out Brendon Lemon's The Madness Continues Podcast where you get your podcast! So here's the show and if you like it, please let us know. I read a…
 
I sat that the world expert in AI, Kevin Surace to discuss if we should afraid of AI and automation or not, gene editing, and Andrew Yang! So here's the show and if you like it, please let us know. I read all the comments and tweets. And use them to make better and better shows in the future. Thanks James I write about all my podcasts! Check out th…
 
Being informed is getting harder and harder. Everyone has an agenda. Some help you. Some get you to stay tuned it. Others get you to question. I want to question. Because that’s we’re growth is. So I brought Tim Dillon on the show. He’s a stand-up comedian. Which means he does MORE than just comedy. It means he looks at the world with a different l…
 
I've been waiting for this moment. For seven years. Because 7 years ago my good friend Kamal Ravikant SELF-published a book. He uploaded it to Amazon. And sold half a million copies. This was without a publisher. Or a marketing team. Or any advance money. He just did it on his own. And it was hugely successful. He was able to use this money to pay …
 
I sat down with the expert, Tom Quiggin from Quiggin Report, and ask him the big question. "Iran: Why now!? And what next!? Will be there another World War?" Tom analyzed and explained the situation to me. I write about all my podcasts! Check out the full post and learn what I learned at jamesaltucher.com/podcast. Thanks so much for listening! If y…
 
What are strong narratives and what are weak narratives? I sat down with comedian Brian Scott McFadden and we broke down the narratives of all of the presidential candidates to discover what we can learn from each of them and how we might form strong narratives for ourselves. I also wrote an article about it: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/democrat…
 
Amy asked a big question. She said, "Ten years from now when I look back at this decade of my life, am I going to be impressed with how I spent it?" She asks a lot of big questions. Because she's a psychotherapist and the author of the international bestseller, "13 Things Mentally Strong People Don't Do." She's a regular on this show. Because we're…
 
I want to know what people think. And feel. I want to be able to read a room. And then use that to either make more money, create relationships, have more success, make business deals, etc. So I found Euny Hong and invited her on the podcast. She is the author of “The Power of Nunchi: The Korean Secret to Happiness and Success.” Euny told me Steve …
 
I’ve been through almost every type of negotiation: salary negotiation, vacation time, buying businesses, selling businesses, getting equity, etc. The only negotiation I haven't tried personally is hostage negotiation. But I interviewed one from the CIA. And learned a lot to apply to other negotiations. So I decided to take all my best negotiation …
 
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