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Selected by Apple as a "Best of 2018" Podcast. Join Jordan Harbinger with Jason DeFillippo as we get deep into the untapped wisdom of the world’s top performers -- from intelligence operatives to legendary musicians, iconoclastic writers to visionary changemakers. We deconstruct the playbooks of the most successful people on earth -- and learn new strategies, perspectives and insights you can’t find anywhere else. Then, take these practical insights into your own life and live what you listen.
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134: Feedback Friday | How to Create Meaningful Conversations from Scratch
Jordan Harbinger (@JordanHarbinger) and Jason DeFillippo (@jpdef) banter and take your comments and questions for Feedback Friday right here every week!Friend of the show and Entrepreneur on Fire John Lee Dumas (@johnleedumas) joins us to address a common concern of a lot of people have about leaving behind a miserable corporate job to pursue entrepreneurial ambitions.If you want us to answer your question, register your feedback, or tell your story on one of our upcoming weekly Feedback Friday episodes, drop us a line at friday@jordanharbinger.com. Now, let's dive in!On This Week's Feedback Friday, We Discuss:You're at a new job and they've already pegged you as the "quiet" one. But what do they really mean?How do you find a tribe of like-minded, growth-oriented people who don't seem like they're part of some motivational cult?After so many "we should hang outs" without follow-ups, should you just accept that a best friend isn't in the cards for you at this point?With a full-time job, supportive girlfriend, and research papers taking up most of your time, how and where can you find opportunities to grow your skill set?You're young, successful, and ready for a relationship -- but you can't seem to find anyone whose drive goes beyond Netflix and work. Where should you be looking?You're good at chatting when given interesting subjects to talk about, but have no skills in coming up with those subjects. How do you create meaningful conversations from scratch?You've got a great job and a comfortable lifestyle, but you regret never finishing college or following your intended career path. Are you a fool to go back to school?Even though you know the entrepreneurial life is right for you, how do you politely convey to your well-meaning but kind of clueless friends that you're not looking for another corporate job?Recommendation of the Week: Strong Ending -- A Journey from Combat to ComedyQuick shoutouts to Vivek at Google and Michael Clobes!Have any questions, comments, or stories you'd like to share with us? Drop us a line at friday@jordanharbinger.com!Connect with Jordan on Twitter at @JordanHarbinger and Instagram at @jordanharbinger.Connect with Jason on Twitter at @jpdef and Instagram at @JPD, and check out his other show: Grumpy Old Geeks.Sport Clips is like no other place you've ever gotten your hair cut. There are TVs everywhere playing sports and guy-smart...
133: Tom Bilyeu | The Secret to Making Powerful Friends
Tom Bilyeu (@TomBilyeu) interviewed Jordan on his Impact Theory Podcast earlier this year, and the episode was so well-received that Tom has been kind enough to let us share it here with you!What Tom Discusses with Jordan:Jordan's three rules for improving your relationships -- and not poisoning them.How -- and why -- Jordan wound up giving tours in North Korea.What Jordan did to overcome his childhood shyness and become someone who talks to people in public for a living.Jordan's method for developing body language and esteem and the value of deliberate practice.Jordan and Tom discuss the process of building relationships and common mistakes people make.And much more...Great protection. Fair prices. Easy to use. SimpliSafe is the right way to protect your home at half the size and double the range -- go to SimpliSafe.com/jordan to learn more!Rocket Mortgage by Quicken Loans. Apply simply. Understand fully. Mortgage confidently. To get started, go to RocketMortgage.com/JORDAN!The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reminds us to let someone else drive if we have a few drinks at that holiday party -- and make sure our friends do the same. Drive sober or get pulled over!The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reminds us to let someone else drive if we have a few drinks at that holiday party -- and make sure our friends do the same. Drive sober or get pulled over!Does your business have an Internet presence? Save up to a whopping 62% on new webhosting packages with HostGator at hostgator.com/jordan!Sign up for Level One of Advanced Human Dynamics -- our free networking and relationship development mini course at advancedhumandynamics.com/levelone!Like this show? Please leave us a review here -- even one sentence helps! Consider including your Twitter handle so we can thank you personally!Full show notes and resources can be found here.
132: Andy Molinsky | How to Extend the Reach of Rapport Across Cultures
Andy Molinsky (@andymolinsky) is a professor of organizational behavior and psychology at Brandeis University’s International Business School and author of Global Dexterity: How to Adapt Your Behavior Across Cultures without Losing Yourself in the Process.What We Discuss with Andy Molinsky:Common cross-cultural tripwires.How to diagnose our cultural differences and assess situations in cultural context to build rapport.Processes and practicals to avoid common miscommunications.10 cultural codes around the world.Tips for leading an international team over cross-cultural hurdles and working together to realize its potential.And much more...Sport Clips is like no other place you've ever gotten your hair cut. There are TVs everywhere playing sports and guy-smart stylists who know how to give you the haircut you want in over 1,700 locations! Find out what you've been missing at SportClips.com/checkin!Privacy.com allows you to generate a new credit card number for every purchase you make online for the sake of worry-free security -- and it doesn't cost you anything! Want to find out why we use this incredible service ourselves? Sign up for free and get a $5 credit at privacy.com/jordan!Outerknown was founded by pro surfer Kelly Slater for people who want great clothes produced by workers who are paid a living wage in an environmentally conscious way. Go to outerknown.com today and enter code JORDAN at checkout for 25% off your full price order!Hunt a Killer is a puzzle-style game that poses this tantalizing question: what if a serial killer delivered a package to your doorstep each month? Go to huntakiller.com/jordan for 10 percent off your first box and find out!Sign up for Level One of Advanced Human Dynamics -- our free networking and relationship development mini course at advancedhumandynamics.com/levelone!Like this show? Please leave us a review here -- even one sentence helps! Consider including your Twitter handle so we can thank you personally!Full show notes and resources can be found here.
131: Feedback Friday | How to Know When It's Time to Start a Side Hustle
Jordan Harbinger (@JordanHarbinger) and Jason DeFillippo (@jpdef) banter and take your comments and questions for Feedback Friday right here every week!Friend of the show and Entrepreneur on Fire John Lee Dumas (@johnleedumas) joins us to tackle one of our trickier questions about starting a side hustle!If you want us to answer your question, register your feedback, or tell your story on one of our upcoming weekly Feedback Friday episodes, drop us a line at friday@jordanharbinger.com. Now, let's dive in!On This Week's Feedback Friday, We Discuss:Are once-friendly people really avoiding you for some unknown reason, or is their perceived lack of interaction largely in your own socially anxious head?When you're young and in long-distance love but also looking for a new career path, should you follow your heart and move closer to your sweetheart or follow your head and pursue local educational opportunities in your chosen field?What's the most graceful way to turn down a retention bonus without sending a signal to the company you are looking for another job?You're newly single and going to yoga classes. You want to ask out someone who seems to be expressing interest in you, but you also want to respect the yoga space and not tarnish your ongoing practice at this studio. What's the right next move?You've recently been made privy to sensitive information about your clients from a well-meaning but careless business contact. How do you make this contact understand -- without being ungrateful for their effort -- that such information in the hands of someone less ethical could jeopardize their career and the integrity of your organization?Your boss treats you as a liability rather than an asset thanks to fabricated and unsubstantiated accusations made against you in the past, but rumor has it this person is leaving in a few months. Is it worth your time to get this person to see your value, or should you just stay under the radar until the (fingers crossed) new boss arrives on the scene?Your morale is low at your current company, and in spite of skill stacking to position yourself uniquely in any number of other companies, you can't seem to land an interview elsewhere. Is it time to scratch that entrepreneurial itch you've been feeling with at least an honest foray into the side hustle?What can you do to mend the divide between you and someone with whom you shared a relationship when you empathize with why that person isn't exactly the president of your fan club?Recommendation of the Week: The Final TableQuick shoutout to Dr. Brad Block of the Physician's Guide to Doctoring podcast!Have any questions, comments, or stories you'd like to share with us? Drop us a line at friday@jordanharbinger.com!Connect with Jordan on Twitter at @JordanHarbinger...
130: Srini Rao | Why You Should Reclaim Your Own Creativity
Srini Rao (@unmistakableceo) is the host and founder of the Unmistakable Creative podcast and author of An Audience of One: Reclaiming Creativity for Its Own Sake.What We Discuss with Srini Rao:How an ADHD diagnosis in his mid-twenties and the inability to hold down a real job forced Srini to develop his own tools and systems for harnessing creativity and boosting production.Why expressing your creativity on a regular basis -- even when it's done without the intention of reaching an audience or being commercially successful -- can be incredibly beneficial to every area of your life.Research shows that being creative can actually make you happier, help you recover from trauma, and increase your productivity.How you can cultivate your own creativity even if you're the type of person who thinks you don't have any to begin with.Why you don't have to be a creative genius or successful artist to take advantage of the creativity-happiness connection.And much more...Privacy.com allows you to generate a new credit card number for every purchase you make online for the sake of worry-free security -- and it doesn't cost you anything! Want to find out why we use this incredible service ourselves? Sign up for free and get a $5 credit at privacy.com/jordan!Great protection. Fair prices. Easy to use. SimpliSafe is the right way to protect your home at half the size and double the range -- go to SimpliSafe.com/jordan to learn more!Rocket Mortgage by Quicken Loans. Apply simply. Understand fully. Mortgage confidently. To get started, go to RocketMortgage.com/JORDAN!Does your business have an Internet presence? Save up to a whopping 62% on new webhosting packages with HostGator at hostgator.com/jordan!Sign up for Level One of Advanced Human Dynamics -- our free networking and relationship development mini course at advancedhumandynamics.com/levelone!Like this show? Please leave us a review here -- even one sentence helps! Consider including your Twitter handle so we can thank you personally!Full show notes and resources can be found here.
129: Chris Pfaff | The Drama Behind the Young and Reckless
Chris "Drama" Pfaff (@dramadrama) is a former reality TV personality, host of the Short Story Long Podcast, and founder of streetwear clothing line Young and Reckless.What We Discuss with Chris Pfaff:Why Chris decided to take his skateboard from suburban Akron -- where escaped cows made the evening news -- to Los Angeles, where high-speed car chases barely raise eyebrows.What it's taken so far for Chris to make it in today's cutthroat fashion business climate -- especially when he has to work twice as hard to overcome what others expect from his "dumb" reality TV persona.How to stay tenacious -- like someone raised in the Midwest -- when you fail over and over again.Why sometimes running a business -- even something as fun and exciting as a top-level streetwear brand -- can be more of a curse than a blessing.How Chris feels about regretting something he has done versus regretting something he hasn't done.And much more...Sport Clips is like no other place you've ever gotten your hair cut. There are TVs everywhere playing sports and guy-smart stylists who know how to give you the haircut you want in over 1,700 locations! Find out what you've been missing at SportClips.com/checkin!Learn over 500 subjects (no tests or homework!) at The Great Courses Plus -- including Boosting Your Emotional Intelligence. Listeners to this podcast can check out a free trial at thegreatcoursesplus.com/jordan!Need custom graphics, logos, or Web design? Access a community of 600,000+ designers by registering at designcrowd.com/jordan and enjoy up to $100 off with The Jordan Harbinger Show bonus offer!Sign up for Level One of Advanced Human Dynamics -- our free networking and relationship development mini course at advancedhumandynamics.com/levelone!Like this show? Please leave us a review here -- even one sentence helps! Consider including your Twitter handle so we can thank you personally!Full show notes and resources can be found here.
128: Feedback Friday | How to Be a Trustee for the Untrustworthy
Jordan Harbinger (@JordanHarbinger) and Jason DeFillippo (@jpdef) banter and take your comments and questions for Feedback Friday right here every week!If you want us to answer your question, register your feedback, or tell your story on one of our upcoming weekly Feedback Friday episodes, drop us a line at friday@jordanharbinger.com. Now, let's dive in!On This Week's Feedback Friday, We Discuss:When is a cheater no longer a cheater, and when is an addict no longer an addict?If you're going for quality connections over quantity, is meeting four people in two hours at a networking event reasonable?How do you set boundaries when a family member on hard times has overstayed their welcome in your home?Who'd have thought the parents at your kid's new school are more cliquish than their offspring? What can you do to win them over -- or should you?Because you didn't just wait until you were thirsty to dig the well -- you ate a spoonful of salt, too -- how can you recover from job instability when it already seems too late?If you're employed in a full time but unfulfilling job purely for the cash, when is it time to take your side hustle more seriously?Being the trustee of a family trust is hard enough without someone in your own family negotiating like a jerk for more than their fair share. So what would make the situation easier?Recommendation of the Week: The Resurrection of Jake the Snake RobertsQuick shoutout to the guys who got a flat tire in the middle of nowhere and listened to the show for three straight hours while waiting for the tow truck and discussed all of the topics!Have any questions, comments, or stories you'd like to share with us? Drop us a line at friday@jordanharbinger.com!Connect with Jordan on Twitter at @JordanHarbinger and Instagram at @jordanharbinger.Connect with Jason on Twitter at @jpdef and Instagram at @JPD, and check out his other show: Grumpy Old Geeks.Sport Clips is like no other place you've ever gotten your hair cut. There are TVs everywhere playing sports and guy-smart stylists who know how to give you the haircut you want in over 1,700 locations! Find out what you've been missing at SportClips.com/checkin!Molekule's revolutionary nanotechnology destroys pollutants at the molecular level -- unlike your grandfather's gunky old air purifier. For $75 off your first order, visit molekule.com...
127: Deep Dive | How to Overcome Imposter Syndrome
Gabriel Mizrahi (@GabeMizrahi) joins us for this deep dive into identifying and overcoming imposter syndrome -- the sinking feeling that your accolades are unearned, your successes are undeserved, and you'll be discovered for the fraud you (think you) are at any moment by somebody -- anybody -- more qualified than you (which only seems to be everybody)! [Photo by Steve Lundqvist]What We Discuss with Gabriel Mizrahi:Why you're not alone in feeling pangs of imposter syndrome (or imposter experience or imposter phenomenon, depending on who you ask) -- it strikes nearly everyone (even elite athletes and military special forces) from time to time.How to tell the difference between true fraudulence and imposter syndrome -- and act accordingly.The three behaviors that should help you avoid feeling imposter syndrome but counterintuitively tend to reinforce it.The two common beliefs that invite imposter syndrome to visit most frequently.What you can learn from incidents of imposter syndrome to grow more resistant to its eerily convincing distortions of reality.And much more...Hunt a Killer is a puzzle-style game that poses this tantalizing question: what if a serial killer delivered a package to your doorstep each month? Go to huntakiller.com/jordan for 10 percent off your first box and find out!Mrs. Fields has been baking delicious cookies for decades, and you know who would love to get some for the holidays? Everybody on your list! Get 20 percent off your order by going to mrsfields.com and entering promo code JORDAN at checkout!Does your business have an Internet presence? Save up to a whopping 62% on new webhosting packages with HostGator at hostgator.com/jordan!Sign up for Level One of Advanced Human Dynamics -- our free networking and relationship development mini course at advancedhumandynamics.com/levelone!Like this show? Please leave us a review here -- even one sentence helps! Consider including your Twitter handle so we can thank you personally!Full show notes and resources can be found here.
126: Matthew Walker | Unlocking the Power of Sleep and Dreams
Dr. Matthew Walker (@sleepdiplomat) is Professor of Neuroscience and Psychology at the University of California in Berkeley, founder and director of the Center for Human Sleep Science, and author of Why We Sleep: Unlocking the Power of Sleep and Dreams."The shorter your sleep, the shorter your life." -Dr. Matthew WalkerWhat We Discuss with Matthew Walker:Why you're not lazy if you don't happen to be a morning person (it's genetic).What it means when you always seem to wake up right before your alarm.What's going on in your dreams (lucid or otherwise) and what can you learn from them?How to train yourself to go to sleep at the time that's ideal for you.Mistakes you're making that keep you from getting optimal results at bedtime.And much more...Whether you're a lady or a gent, you don't need to know what MicroModal fabric is to enjoy the comfort of MeUndies; you just need to wear them — support this show (and yourself) with MeUndies at meundies.com/jordan for 15% off and free shipping!Rocket Mortgage by Quicken Loans. Apply simply. Understand fully. Mortgage confidently. To get started, go to RocketMortgage.com/JORDAN!Outerknown was founded by pro surfer Kelly Slater for people who want great clothes produced by workers who are paid a living wage in an environmentally conscious way. Go to outerknown.com today and enter code JORDAN at checkout for 25% off your full price order!Sign up for Level One of Advanced Human Dynamics -- our free networking and relationship development mini course at advancedhumandynamics.com/levelone!Like this show? Please leave us a review here -- even one sentence helps! Consider including your Twitter handle so we can thank you personally!Full show notes and resources can be found here.
125: Feedback Friday | How to Cure PLOM (Poor Little Old Me) Disease
Jordan Harbinger (@JordanHarbinger) and Jason DeFillippo (@jpdef) banter and take your comments and questions for Feedback Friday right here every week!If you want us to answer your question, register your feedback, or tell your story on one of our upcoming weekly Feedback Friday episodes, drop us a line at friday@jordanharbinger.com. Now, let's dive in!On This Week's Feedback Friday, We Discuss:Your brother in law is a narcissist with a bad case of PLOM (Poor Little Old Me) Disease and is clearly in the mindset to cheat on your sister -- if he hasn't already. Is it your place to warn her even though it'll devastate the family?Is it your fault that you -- and the rest of your coworkers -- are always disappointing your boss because you never seem to be able to read her mind and discern her intentions?Using the networking skills we teach in Advanced Human Dynamics Level One, how do you actively develop new contacts?When your current job was able to accommodate your needs in order to retain you, you had to renege on another job offer you had already accepted. How do you reach out to make peace and mend a bridge you never intended to burn?When you have an estranged parent who has only lied to you and disappointed you over the course of your entire life, how should you take their disclosure of a personal tragedy?After graduation, you'll have three months until you start your full-time job. Should you use the money you've saved up through college to travel for those three months, or should you use it to pay your student loans?You work in an office full of people who share political views that widely differ from your own. Should you put up with it quietly, offer your counterpoints, just pretend to agree with them to avoid friction, or look for a new job entirely?When you live in a country overrun by state-driven propaganda, what's the best way to stay informed of real current events so you can critically weigh the evidence and formulate your own views?Recommendation of the Week: Three Identical StrangersQuick shoutout to everyone who joined us at our live event in Las Vegas for Advanced Human Dynamics!Have any questions, comments, or stories you'd like to share with us? Drop us a line at friday@jordanharbinger.com!Connect with Jordan on Twitter at @JordanHarbinger and Instagram at @jordanharbinger.Connect with Jason on Twitter at @jpdef and Instagram at @JPD, and check out his other show: Grumpy Old Geeks.
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Ishmael

I'm the same age as that guy who works on a super yacht and he's doing what I want to do. :(

Dec 14th
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Jordan Harbinger

Ishmael ...and he wants to switch careers entirely :)

Dec 14th
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Brian Carpenter

Schwarzenegger: sleep 5 or 6 hours,

Dec 12th
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Peter Kowalski

Great podcast with amazing guests. I am learning a lot and having great time. The things I appreciate the most are actionable tips and great anecdotes that your guests are bringing. This sticks with me the most. People like you (and your team), Jordan are making a difference in this world, and this is truly what internet has been invented for. Thanks for sharing great knowledge. It is reaching very far. Greetings from Poland.

Dec 8th
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Jordan Harbinger

Peter Kowalski That’s great. Are you also doing the networking/relationship development drills at jordanharbinger.com/LevelOne ? What do you think of those so far?

Dec 10th
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Peter Kowalski

Jordan Harbinger Hi Jordan, I found the show in education section of my Castbox app. I was lucky because I stared with you 100th episode which was great and resonated with my entrepreneurial spirit. Have a great day.

Dec 10th
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Peter Kowalski

Very good episode on negotiation skills. Great job on guiding through complex issues in a way everybody can understand and apply. Keep pushing people to expand their limits. Alex Kouts has been amazing with his stories and his very very practical tips. Another episode with him on how to negotiate with VCs or investors would be great resource for startups.

Dec 8th
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Evan Miller

Just finished up listening to 130! Love how there's always great takeaways... taking the concept of mastery over metrics to heart, and forming habits in better ways. Thanks Jordan

Dec 7th
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Evan Miller

Jordan Harbinger Just signed up! I'm excited to get going on it. Having looked at the variety of material you've got out there, I have not doubt it's going to be a gamechanger for me

Dec 10th
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Jordan Harbinger

Evan Miller You’re welcome Evan! You doing LevelOne as well?

Dec 8th
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sarah fewell

Only one minute into this, and (as a painter) am already on board with this episode:)

Dec 6th
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Jordan Harbinger

sarah fewell Thank you! Glad you’ve followed us over. How’s LevelOne going for you?

Dec 7th
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sarah fewell

Jordan Harbinger I listened to you when you were doing The Art of Charm and followed you here, sir! I always look forward to listening to you and what the show has to offer;) good stuff!

Dec 7th
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J WIGHTMAN

9:23 well... I'mma die young

Nov 28th
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Jordan Harbinger

J WIGHTMAN Right?

Nov 29th
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Kelly Shea

you can use my pilates studio to record! I'm in SIMI VALLEY CA. kellystudio1@gmail.com

Nov 27th
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Jordan Harbinger

Kelly Shea Nice. Would you mind emailing me jordan@jordanharbinger.com and I can add this on our location list? :) thank you!

Nov 29th
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Mike Butkus

One of the best sessions to date.

Nov 20th
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Jordan Harbinger

Mike Butkus Thank you! Glad you dig the show.

Nov 20th
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Crystal's Whole Health

very informative!

Nov 12th
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Jordan Harbinger

Crystal's Whole Health Thank you Crystal!

Nov 12th
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Dare Ademola

Great Podcast but I don't agree with his premise on the fact that humans have a baseline of part evil. I believe we have baseline of Good but have been influenced by negative thoughts whether it's from us or others

Nov 9th
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Lori Brooks

Dare Ademola So I am a progressive Christian (quite different than the evangelicals that are on the news) and I struggle with this idea myself. The Bible says that because of the sins of Adam and Eve we are all born with a sinful nature. In a way I believe that but what I absolutely don't believe is that God only loves us if we follow a, b, and c; and disapprove of x, y, and z. I believe that God is the name I choose to use but Allah and Yahweh, etc are just as valid. I do think that the majority of world religions believe in a premise of evil or sinful nature.

Nov 10th
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Jordan Harbinger

Dare Ademola Why do you believe this?

Nov 10th
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VickyB

There must be spies in the phone, because castbox recommended this to me at a very interesting point and my life. I'm currently struggling with a bully. I have been told by friends, my relationship partner, and my therapist that this bully is envious of me. whether they are envious or not, I have no idea. I am a very sensitive individual, so I'm currently looking at research and how to better look at outside stimuli so I don't throw myself into an emotional tailspin. Super pumped to read this book and so glad this was suggested. Thank you so much! great podcast

Nov 9th
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VickyB

Lori Brooks EXACTLY! Not only does this person create it, they feed off of it. While it sucks those people are in our lives, I feel grateful that I'm not alone 🤗

Nov 10th
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Lori Brooks

VickyB Right? I felt exactly the same way Vicky. I have been struggling with trying to reconcile with an old friend and this podcast was suggested randomly. The thing is that I don't need to reconcile because she is toxic and draws drama to her life. I have quite enough drama and I don't need to be associating with someone who NEEDS the drama and toxicity.

Nov 10th
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Lori Brooks

Wow, this is a great episode. While he is talking about people who are always talking about the abuse of partner after partner and toxic people it just jumped out at me. Recently I was spending time with a person who used to be my best friend. I kind of knew why I had fallen away from the friendship but until I was spending time with her again I had forgotten how toxic the relationship had been. While I was there I heard those same patterns of her talking about every relationship that she has ever been in as abusive, emotionally, physically, verbally and in most cases she talks about sexual abuse with those people. I don't know if she actually has been abused all of these times or if she is simply toxic and needs to talk down about everyone. I really just had to get away from her toxic drama.

Nov 9th
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Mike Butkus

Lori Brooks The Feedback Friday Episodes are always great.

Nov 20th
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Jordan Harbinger

Lori Brooks Hey Lori! welcome to the show. It’s me (I have a team but I don’t believe in having them pretend to be me because it’s weird and dishonest somehow). You can go in any order with the shows. I really hope you enjoy some of the other interviews and share with friends. Hit us anytime!

Nov 10th
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Nikki Soger

this was great. just bought his book on Audible.

Nov 8th
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Jordan Harbinger

Nikki Soger Thanks Nikki! Glad you enjoyed it. Share with friends!

Nov 9th
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DV8tor Dancers {@dv8tordancers on IG}

Actual Facts!!! 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼💪🏼😎

Nov 8th
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Jordan Harbinger

DV8tor Dancers {@dv8tordancers on IG} I try. I try... ;)

Nov 9th
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Miss Joy

Robert Greene is a great speaker. His content was entirely worth listening to. As for the host on the other hand, not so much.

Nov 8th
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Jordan Harbinger

Miss Joy That’s not how talk show interviews work. They’re delivered in a conversational way which includes commentary from the host. I’ve known Robert for years. That’s why the interview seemed to flow as it did. Also, the ads pay for the show production. My entire crew flew to Los Angeles and filmed this in Robert’s home. We also pay for the hosting that allows people like you to listen for free. It’s also a full-time job for everyone involved. If you’d like a book summary and nothing more, feel free to purchase one, as those aren’t produced or given away for free either. Thanks for listening!

Nov 9th
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Douglas Dedrick

Miss Joy Please be sure to explain what I missed in detail when you do your interview.

Nov 8th
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Stephanie k

no...sometimes it IS you.

Nov 8th
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Pattie Bordeleau

#117 Ro

Nov 8th
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Levi Andersen

Love the part where the kid asked the question and the whole town and paste changed to address the audience. It was great advice too. “The best skill is the ability to learn new skills”

Nov 7th
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Bryant Souslin

Quite groundbreaking in the way James has put these insights together, and I've begun to pull them apart to adopt better principles in how I achieve my goals and level up my life. What really got me were the principles on identity shift and habit loops. I'm really excited to see where all this goes, because you know, that's what compound interest does. Thanks, James, Jordan, and Jason!

Nov 5th
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Jordan Harbinger

Bryant Souslin Welcome. Try the LevelOne course too. Seems up your alley as far as habits go

Nov 10th
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Bryant Souslin

Jordan Harbinger I am, thanks, Jordan; I've been listening for a few weeks. I have learned so much from your insights on social dynamics . For many years I was very isolated and had great difficulty getting out of my own head and therefore on the right side of the laws of the universe in part due to some pretty crazy circumstances growing up. And we don't exactly exist in a culture where people seem like they can or are willing to help. But that did not stop from wanting to break free. Recently I began to create my own vision and life that I want, including the impact that I want to make on the world. This, the social element is huge. Much appreciation for all your work. You are truly a giant in this world and I look forward to hearing many more episodes.

Nov 8th
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