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Best Stewart Alsop podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Stewart Alsop podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Have you found yourself experiencing a lot of stress recently? Do you want to be more creative? Stewart Alsop interviews successful creatives to find out how they work with and manage the stress that is inherent in creative work. He investigates the questions: "What is the connection between stress and creativity?"
 
Great conversations with even better people. // Episodes of Talks with Tyger make you less Lonely, Anxious, and Depressed by making you Happier, Healthier, and Wealthier (may take up to 10 years of weekly listening). If the Joe Rogan Experience is too bro-ey for you, but other shows like Radio Lab are too brainy, this may be a good middle ground. // If you enjoy the show, subscribe and leave a review. Episodes come out every other day. // Reach out on social media @Tygergruber
 
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Chris Khantami is a comedian and podcaster residing in Portland Oregon. He is the cohost of Spec Script and comes on the show to speak about what's been hot on his mind lately which happens to be largely political. The title is just poking fun at the fact that every comedian show throws out political takes, but in all reality, this show was a blast…
 
Matt is the Founder/CEO at a Stealth AI company. Angel Investor. Founder @ Dishcraft Robotics. Ex-NYC Paramedic. Champion of righteous underdogs. Questions that came up in the show: What is the most recent medical advice for having ADHD? Does remote work help people with ADHD? What does ADHD feel like for you? What is the emotional flavor of ADHD? …
 
[Update: Episodes will be coming out every 4 days. Due to coronavirus, it's difficult to record shows and I'm doing my best to not record remote episodes with exceptions like this one where the guest is spectacular. As soon as the quarantine is over, episodes will be back to every other day!] Andrés Gómez Emilsson is a consciousness researcher at t…
 
Joe Maruschak is an entrepreneur and investor with a background in games, software development, and product design. - He comes on the show for a second appearance to talk about what he's been up to and discussing everything from his personal life to his professional works. Reach out to Joe on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JoeMaruschak Reach out to m…
 
We talk a lot about latin america and its use of crypto and how Simon's company is helping to make it all easier. Even though this was recorded almost 3 months ago before everything happened it is very prescient today because we talk about the rise of authoritarian governments, something which is happening rapidly with the corona virus (and very fe…
 
Alison Mattek is a postdoc student at the University of Oregon. She specialized is the psychology of how music effects out emotions. - She comes on the show to discuss her work, reesearch, and the education system as a whole. Reach out to Alison through her website: https://alisonmattek.wordpress.com And Reach out to me through Twitter: https://twi…
 
Rick Dancer is an independent journalist. He got his start as a longtime news anchor, later transitioning toward politics to run as a Republican for Oregon Secretary of State. Today he runs his own businesses and works as a journalist highlighting local businesses and nature in the pacific northwest. He comes on the show to speak about current even…
 
Reid is CEO at Virtue consultants where he helps tech companies get their ethics in order. He has a PHD in Philosophy. Here are some things we cover: Are ethics and morals just preferences? Why is academia so focused on novelty? What is the importance of foundations when learning something new? What is meta-ethics? How can philosophy help you do be…
 
Hector is a designer and actor. He comes on the show to give an intimate look into his experience leaving a religion while coming out. This one was an unexpected & all around absolute blast of a show and I enjoyed the heck out of it! Regardless of where you fit on the political spectrum, this guest is a great storyteller and finds a way to craft an…
 
Dr. Nick Allen is a professor and researcher at the University of Oregon. He has been studying mood disorders, sleep, and digital mental health for over a decade. In that time, he has published over 140 peer-reviewed scientific papers and four books, all relating to the human conditions that connect us all. He comes on the show for his second appea…
 
Here are some other questions we come up with: What was Neitzche reading from Eastern Philosophy? Are there paths of knowledge which will lead you to be more strong, and powerful as well as keeping the social norms of society? What is Schopenhauer’s understanding of will? How are wills exchanged when meeting online? What does it mean when the Bible…
 
Joey is one of the kindest, best, and most genuine people in the world. He comes on the show to give an intimate look into his life! We go into detail about just about everything from substance use to sexual kinks. If you enjoy shows where you deeply connect with the guest, laughing and learning while you do, then this is the show/episode for you! …
 
Sam and I have been connected for a while online and it's clear that he is up there in terms of thinkers that will define our generation. We talk about his theory of colors and how working with different colors can help our mental health. Highly recommend this episode. Follow Sam here: https://twitter.com/SamHincks…
 
Albert Lee is running for Congress OR-03 on a progressive platform of bold action, not just incremental steps to combat the crises we face. He comes on the show to share his perspective on housing, minimum wage, climate change, the future of jobs, ways to get there, and overall lighthearted political concepts. Reach out to Albert through his websit…
 
Jacob wrote this tweet thread and I had to reach out to him to find out what the hell free energy theory is: https://twitter.com/yashkaf/status/1207133151941840896 I had read a very interesting wired article on it but didn't understand most of it. Jacob lays it all down here and connects it to psychedelic and mental states. Check out Jacob's blog h…
 
Malik Canales is an entrepreneur working toward financial freedom, previously he was a Radio Operator and Maintainer at US Army, and he comes on the show to discuss where he hopes to take his life and career in a casual conversation that spans from the best way to wipe your ass and classic Runescape gold, all the way to the prevalence of rape in th…
 
Mathew is a podcast host and author and the Best Selling Author of Zen Athlete. We talk about a lot of things, mostly having to do with yoga, spirituality, and how to live a good life. The biggest thing I got from this episode is that if you want to change your life in a big way, do three kind things for strangers without telling anyone that you di…
 
Shane Johnson is the managing director of the Coast to Crest Fund where he is responsible for mentoring the Portfolio Companies and for deal flow development. Shane has been active in the Oregon startup community for more than 15 years. He helped to found three Internet startups and has had two successful exits. Shane’s startups have all been locat…
 
We talk about the following questions: What did the 3 mile island do to the public acceptance of nuclear power? What is the age distribution of nuclear engineers? What are the nuclear technologies Leslie is most excited about? Whats it like to build a startup in a field that is at the prototype stage with huge capital and regulatory requirements? W…
 
Avery Temple is a community organizer and political advocate. She is currently involved in the sunrise movement, and working for the Bernie campaign to help him win the remaining caucuses, soon to be in Florida helping out! She comes on the show to discuss the pros and cons of unions, the inadequacy of the DNC, political standpoints, and everything…
 
Here are some other questions we investigated: What is your objective function? Did Religion provide people with an objective function? When do you experience a child-like novelty? Is there anything more to life than just seeking experiences? What is the relationship to unique experiences and difficult experiences? What is the relationship between …
 
Mike Morris is a producer, singer, and songwriter that recently gained unexpected notoriety and released his debut EP. He comes on the show to talk about how a Tik Tok video got him 6 million views, and his personal endeavor into music. The second half of the show we go into detail about music production and creation. Reach out to Mike on Instagram…
 
You will like this episode if you have a basic knowledge of crypto and want to find out more. Dan is an investor in crypto from a venture point of view and understands it deeply and fundamentally. I don't know that much but I am intensely curious so I invited him on to learn as much as I can. This is the product. Follow Dan for more insights from a…
 
Carlos Kareem Windham is a wordsmith, musician, activist, playwright, and comedian. Carlos has spent the better part of the last two decades performing for audiences and speaking with students, teachers, and organizers on stages and in classrooms across the globe. Carlos’ works are defiant, explosive explorations of the relationships between race, …
 
Alan Strickland is a lifelong friend that studies biology and chemistry. He comes on the show to throw around the idea of if it's possible for men and women to be platonic friends. Follow and reach out to me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TygerGruber And if you've got $1 a month, consider becoming a Patreon supporter of the podcast: https://www.pa…
 
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