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Join intellectual phenomenon Dr. Jordan Peterson and his daughter Mikhaila for enlightening discourse that will change the way you think. This podcast breaks down the dichotomy of life through interviews and lectures that explain how individuals and culture are shaped by values, music, religion, and beyond. It will give you a new perspective and a modern understanding of your creativity, competence, and personality.
 
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The Quote of The Day Show is your daily dose of inspiration, featuring the best-of-the-best speakers and prosperity teachers. Each episode spotlights an inspiring quote and 5-10 minute motivational audio clip to help you live a life you love. Featured speakers include Bob Proctor, Lisa Nichols, Tony Robbins, Les Brown, Jim Rohn, and more. Hosted by entrepreneur and money mindset expert Sean Croxton. Follow Sean on IG, Twitter, and FB at @seancroxton. Also, subscribe to his interview podcast, ...
 
Don't just expect success... prepare for it. Expect Success - is a inspirational, motivational and educational podcast featuring some of the most prominent personal development leaders in the world. Each episode features an inspiring motivational self-help audio clip to help you develop your mind and live out your true passion. Featured speakers include Art Williams, Darren Hardy, Tony Robbins, Will Smith, Bob Proctor, Les Brown, Jim Rohn, Steve Harvey, Zig Ziglar and more. Hosted by entrepr ...
 
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Modern Wisdom Podcast Notes Key Takeaways If Jordan Peterson could add a rule to his original list of 42 it would be: “set aside some time for play” Seek sustainable improvement If you push yourself too hard you destroy the sustainability across time “You can’t push yourself any further than you’re capable of going in the long run” Jordan Peterson …
 
Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks to Nick Gillespie, editor at large for Reason, about his appearance on Bill Maher where Gina Carano was defamed, the inevitable end of the government spending under Joe Biden, and the easiest way to turn a Democrat into a libertarian. First he discusses how slander has become a normal part of the public discours…
 
Graeme Tomlinson is an evidence based diet coach and an author. Let's face it, pretty much everyone is fat right now. If lockdown has left us with anything, it's pasty skin which is a bit softer than usual. As the world gets back into a fitness regime, it's important to learn the fundamentals around how dieting and weight loss actually work. Expect…
 
Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks to Amala Ekpunobi, and Elijah Schaffer about the potential for bigger Black Lives Matter riots this summer. The trial of Derek Chauvin over the death of George Floyd is approaching its end, and BLM protests are beginning to take the stage again. Meanwhile the police shooting of Daunte Wright is fueling new calls…
 
Megyn Kelly is joined by Katie Herzog and Jesse Singal, the hosts of the "Blocked and Reported" podcast, to talk about the latest culture wars, policing in America, the narcissism of small differences, the trans trend, breaking down LGBT and Q and P, what it means to be labeled a "TERF," and Singal's book, "The Quick Fix" on fad psychology, grit, a…
 
Success is a state of mind. And according to Eric Thomas, the key to success is connected with the power of your mind. In this episode, Eric Thomas brings to the surface the common attributes that wealthy and successful people have. Eric highlights that the people who are wealthy and successful think differently than the rest of the population. The…
 
School of Greatness Podcast Notes Key Takeaways There are differences in the brain by sex: the X chromosome has nearly 1,000 more genes than the Y hormone (men have XY chromosomes, women have XX chromosomes) Women’s brains use more estrogen, men’s brains use more androgens There is evidence that plant-based diets are effective in supporting brain h…
 
Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report gives his response to reports of a Democratic bill to pack the Supreme Court. It has been revealed that Democrats plan to add four justices to the Supreme Court. The Biden administration had already announced a commission that would look into the issue of packing the Supreme Court, but that was not enough for some Dem…
 
No one escapes the dread of anxiety. According to Mel Robbins, you can’t simply make anxiety go away. But in this episode, Mel shares with us the value of mindfulness with anxiety. Sometimes being too busy and on a roll can trigger the anxiety that comes from the amount of work piling up with so little time available. According to Mel, the key is t…
 
Brian Greene is a theoretical physicist, mathematician, an author and the Director of Columbia University’s Centre for Theoretical Physics. Nothing short of fascinating stuff today with one of the most popular public physicists of our age. Brian is an absolute titan. Expect to hear answers to some of the biggest and most fundamental questions we ha…
 
Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report discusses Project Veritas’ CNN tapes, where a CNN insider is caught on tape admitting that CNN was determined to get Trump out office, footage of the Black Lives Matter riots where some suggested that the white protesters become human shields, Washington, D.C., being voted the worst place to live, and Ben and Jerry's …
 
Megyn Kelly is joined by Josh Rogin, Washington post columnist and author of "Chaos Under Heaven," and Dr. Marty Makary of Johns Hopkins and author of "The Price We Pay," to talk about the origins of COVID-19 and the Wuhan lab, the media bias in discussing the origins of COVID, the amount of American money that is going into the program that was be…
 
In this episode, Jim Rohn reminds us that success is created twice. First in the mind, second in reality. It all starts with a vision, a goal. As humans, not only do we have the ability to envision the end results, but also to envision the beginning and how to make it real. Jim shares with us a valuable insight on how it’s possible to finish someth…
 
James Altucher Show Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Parents don’t recognize depression in their kids because they expect depression to look like it does for adults – sad, lethargic If a child feels depressed, they should reach out to a trusted adult – it doesn’t have to be a parent If your child asks to talk to a therapist, don’t hesitate to let them g…
 
My First Million Podcast Notes Key Takeaways The strategy of Bradley Jacobs: the Man who Built 5 Billion-dollar Companies Select industries that are highly fragmented and have many profitable small businesses that lack capital to grow further Buy small businesses and bring the capital to grow them Treating well the employees of acquired companies i…
 
Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks about the FDA’s dangerous decision to pause the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, BLM riots not sparing woke corporations like Walmart, and Hank Azaria now considers his depiction of "The Simpsons’" Apu a slur. First off, the FDA and the CDC are pausing the Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine due to blood clots being disco…
 
In this episode, Jordan Peterson highlights the importance of critical thinking, effective public speaking skills, and eloquent writing, for these are necessary skills for a thriving career and continuous opportunities. Jordan shares his valuable insight that nowadays, battles are won with the precision of words and sharpness of wit. According to J…
 
The Reader's Journey Podcast Notes Key Takeaways The hard work of love isn’t just finding someone, there’s making it work, keeping the love alive, and navigating the ups and downs of a relationship “Finding somebody is challenging, but that’s not where the hard work ends” – Logan Ury It’s okay if you go on a first date and don’t feel the “spark” or…
 
Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks about the revelation that Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors has been spending millions buying up fancy houses, BLM riots in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, after police shot and killed Daunte Wright, and a clip of Dr. Fauci struggling to understand why Texas COVID cases have declined after the stat…
 
I had the pleasure of speaking with Senator Mike Lee on February 18, 2021. We discuss his experiences as a United States Senator for the state of Utah. Senator Lee and I talked at length about the structure and original formation of the US government. We also cover his hypothesis of what’s happening politically today, why it’s a problem, as well as…
 
Megyn Kelly is joined by Clay Travis of Fox Sports and Outkick to talk about the state of the media, American sports and China, MLB moving the All-Star Game out of Georgia, the Deshaun Watson scandal and why the sports media isn't covering it much, Hunter Biden, the 60 Minutes piece on Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, Big Tech hypocrisy and crackdowns on…
 
In this episode, Lisa Nichols narrates how it’s never too late to become the person you want to be. After all, success begins with a vision or a dream. According to Lisa, you can become extraordinary if you choose to be. But Lisa strongly affirms that you have to be consistent in your efforts and have the discipline to undergo radical changes to be…
 
Dr. Jordan B. Peterson is a professor of psychology at the University of Toronto, a clinical psychologist and an author. The last year has been incredibly challenging. It's times like this when we need one of the most popular and insightful voices of our generation to come and give us some advice, welcome to the show Dr Jordan B. Peterson. Expect t…
 
Artificial Intelligence Podcast Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Wisdom is in the coming together of different ideas No one individual or idea holds all the wisdom The greatest philosophy works are interactions among thinkers Weird people are those who push science forward Academia tends to encourage conformism and mediocrity The internet allows us and …
 
Pod of Jake Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Mark is keeping an eye on: blockchain, crypto, and smart contracts “Decentralized governance and the ability to handle business differently is the ultimate game changer” – Mark Cuban Mark views Bitcoin as digital gold (more used for storing value than for paying with it for goods or services) “Some people thi…
 
Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks to Samuel Rodriguez, president of NHCLC (National Hispanic Christian Leader Conference) about how COVID may be causing a spiritual awakening, a behind-the-scenes story of how Democrats destroyed immigration reform, and how churches have become infected by social justice. Samuel discusses how COVID appears to be …
 
Thomas Moynihan is a historian and an author. Humans may have only had the ability to destroy ourselves for the last hundred years or so, but thinkers have been hypothesising about the potential end of existence for thousands of years. Today Thomas explains the history of how humanity came to realise its potential for extinction. Sponsors: Get 20% …
 
Jesse and Brittany discuss Jesse’s love of yacht rock and a recent encounter with an aggressive anti-masker, listener emails and voicemails related to efforts to overturn Georgia’s voter suppression law, follow-up on the Derek Chauvin Trial and Matt Gaetz’s legal troubles, Joe Biden’s executive action on gun control, commission exploring expansion …
 
Business Casual Podcast Notes Key Takeaways We tend to have the crazy belief that education stops once schooling stops Education is the only thing that no one can take away from you “The true gift is the learning, not the grades” Kinsey Grant So much of our life is built around seeking praise from others To create a startup you have to believe in s…
 
Knowledge Project Key Takeaways The most important question is: “Is somebody else watching the other way?” – Dr. Zurbuchen Life, like planetary systems, might also be distributed in the universe International coordination in space is critical for our future However, we see some countries that are making us question whether they’re serious about the…
 
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