Greetings, SuperFriends! Today we are once again joined by probably one of my favorite guests of all time – I know I’m not supposed to pick favorites – and definitely one of the guests that we’ve had on this show the most. That is, Chris Bailey. Chris is a productivity
Greetings, SuperFriends! In a recent episode, I went on a full-on rant about writing, why it is such an important skill and how it can dramatically impact your life and change the way you think. Well, today we are joined by a real-world example. His name is Benjamin Hardy, and,
Greetings, SuperFriends! Today is a special episode, as I don’t have a guest. Instead, I wanted to focus on a specific topic of SuperHuman performance, a specific little skill that I think people in today’s day and age neglect. I started writing and what happened was pretty amazing. I ended
Greetings, SuperFriends! This week we are going to dive into a rather controversial topic, one that people have brought up to me for years. That is, is speed reading a hoax, or is it the real deal? You know, over the last few years that I’ve been teaching accelerated learning
Greetings, Superfriends, and welcome to the show! As I’m sure most of you know, my journey towards becoming the humble host of this show started when I built an online course translating the materials of two of my mentors and tutors, on the topics of memory, speed reading, and accelerated learning.
Greetings, Superfriends! I’m so excited to bring you this week’s guest, Mr. John Michael Morgan. He’s been called “The Chuck Norris of leadership,” and is known for his high energy and passion when teaching proven strategies designed to help achievers reach their goals. Since our show is all about improving
In 2009, I was working in a venture capital firm with some very smart people, and I came to know someone named Lev Goldentouch, who was working in one of the startups there in the VC. Lev and I started to talk, and soon enough, we would send each other articles
I recently had the great pleasure of being the featured guest on the Smart People Podcast, an honor which I share with the likes of Steve Blank, Dan Pink, Simon Sinek, Tony Hsieh, and a number of other people whom I admire quite a bit. In the coming months, this