Greetings, SuperFriends, and welcome to a very special episode, number #200, of The Becoming SuperHuman Podcast! Can you all believe it’s already been 200 episodes? I certainly cannot! For this episode, we tried to put our heads together to think of another way to commemorate this massive milestone. Now, if you
If you could choose any superpower to help you get ahead in today’s modern world, what would it be? The ability to read minds? No thanks. You don’t want to know what goes on in people’s heads – trust me. How about the gift of flight? Uhh… yeah, no. That
Greetings, SuperFriends! This week’s episode is a really interesting one, which I’m so happy we did! We are joined by Ariel Garten, a neuroscientist, an innovator, a mother, and an entrepreneur, whose driving purpose is to empower and help others overcome mental obstacles in order to live healthy, happy lives
Greetings, SuperFriends! Today we are re-joined by Nelson Dellis. And this is a big deal, not just because Nelson is the 4-time USA Memory Champion, but because he was the 5th ever episode guest on this show! I think I’ve gotten a lot better at interviewing since then. Nelson, on the
If you’ve been in any way exposed to memory techniques and memory enhancement, you’ve probably heard about the ultra-powerful memory palace technique. You see, one of the questions I get asked most often, particularly from our students, about memory and speed reading, is “when should I review my memory palace?”.
If you’re in the sciences, then, chances are, memorizing the polyatomic ions will be one of the more challenging memory tasks you will face during your academic career. Heck, you’re probably reading this the night before a major exam – just trying to figure out how to hack it. But
Greetings, SuperFriends! Today we are joined by Max Hertan, a serial learner. Basically, here’s his story. Max built up an award-winning 7-figure digital marketing agency, Megaphone, and started investing in startups, but, along the way, he, like me, started wondering “Hey, what do I get to learn and how do I
Greetings, SuperFriends! Today we are joined by Julie Dirksen. Julie is a learning strategist and an instructional designer, who focuses on the science of sustainable behavior change. The truth is, though, Ι was so fascinated by the learning how to learn aspect and the instructional design that we actually got to the
Nearly every time I meet someone new, the inevitable question comes up: “So, what do you do?” Like anyone, I have a series of standard replies, depending on who the person is and how invested I am in the conversation. Usually, the reply sounds something like this: “I run a media
Greetings, SuperFriends! Today we are joined by one of my personal heroes, someone whose work I’ve admired for years, and someone who has really shaped my thinking on a lot of different topics, ranging from A.I., Elon Musk, and electric cars, to the history of the universe and space travel.