Dandapani realized at the age of 4 that he wanted be a monk. He saw it as the most efficient path to enlightenment. But it wasn’t until completing an electrical engineering degree and finding his…

Josh Kauffman is a posterchild for how to give yourself an education that kicks the crap out of the one you got in school. Instead of going to business school, he decided to create a…

A moment that shook them to the core caused Betsy and Warren Talbot to reevalute what was truly important in their marriage and their lives. They got rid of their belongings and decided to travel…

Hugh Howey has on the surface what might appear to be Cinderella story from the world of self publishing. His best selling series Wool caught the attention of Ridley Scott and has been turned into…

In this unmistakable classic we revisit our interview with Julliard faculty member, violinist and performance psychologist, Noa Kageyama.  We discuss how to apply principles of peak performance psychology from the world of music to every…

To say that Josh Long is an entrepreneur who keeps himself busy is an understatement. He’s the creator of the to-do list app Cheddar, the podcasting service Simplecast, and oversees sponsorship at the Great Discontent….

James Clear’s journey resulted in the intersection of  entrepreneurship, health, and creativity.  The byproduct of this intersection was an deep study on how habits impact our lives. In this interview we discuss the process of…

Chris Mckinlay’s disparate career path has led to working  as a Chinese- English translator, playing team blackjack, and eventually a math PHD program at UCLA.  The perfect real world scenario to test the the knowledge…

Meg Worden is a memoir writer and health coach with a scandalous past that led her through the federal prison system for selling ecstasy. In this episode she returns to the show to discuss the process…

Hillary Rubin’s difficult childhood resulted in an incredible work ethic in which she started creating demand for herself at a very early age.  Her need to survive gave her what she referred to as a…