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Master the best of what other people have already figured out. Learn more at https://fs.blog/podcast
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Greg Walton, Associate Professor of Psychology at Stanford University shares the four types of interventions, how they’re used to create positive behavior change, and strategies we can use right now to improve our health, well-being, and relationships. --- For comprehensive show notes on this episode, including a full edited transcript, go to https://fs.blog/podcast/ Is your brain hungry for more? Don't miss out! Sign up for our weekly "Brain Food" at https://fs.blog/newsletter/ Follow @farnamstreet on Twitter for mind-expanding content. 
Hugh Howey had two dreams: to make a living from writing and sail around the world. In this interview, he describes how he did both, why traveling is so good for the soul, and how he sold millions of books on his own (even turning down a 7 figure book deal.) --- For comprehensive show notes on this episode, including a full edited transcript, go to https://fs.blog/podcast/ Is your brain hungry for more? Don't miss out! Sign up for our weekly "Brain Food" at https://fs.blog/newsletter/ Follow @farnamstreet on Twitter for mind-expanding content. 
Dr. Sue Johnson is a researcher, clinical psychologist and the developer of EFT or Emotionally Focused Therapy. In this interview we discuss how to create, protect, and nourish fulfilling sexual and emotional relationships. --- For comprehensive show notes on this episode, including a full edited transcript, go to https://fs.blog/podcast/ Is your brain hungry for more? Don't miss out! Sign up for our weekly "Brain Food" at https://fs.blog/newsletter/ Follow @farnamstreet on Twitter for mind-expanding content. 
Jonathan Haidt is an author, social psychologist and one of the world’s leading experts in moral psychology. On the show we discuss helicopter parenting, the rise of the “call out culture,” and the dangers of social media. --- For comprehensive show notes on this episode, including a full edited transcript, go to https://fs.blog/podcast/ Is your brain hungry for more? Don't miss out! Sign up for our weekly "Brain Food" at https://fs.blog/newsletter/ Follow @farnamstreet on Twitter for mind-expanding content. 
Jim Dethmer, founder of The Conscious Leadership Group shares practical advice about becoming more self-aware, ditching the victim mindset, and connecting more fully with the people in our lives.  --- For comprehensive show notes on this episode, including a full edited transcript, go to https://fs.blog/podcast/ Is your brain hungry for more? Don't miss out! Sign up for our weekly "Brain Food" at https://fs.blog/newsletter/ Follow @farnamstreet on Twitter for mind-expanding content. 
Thomas Tull, founder of Tulco and former CEO of Legendary Entertainment shares valuable lessons on learning from our own mistakes, asking difficult questions, and protecting our intellectual curiosity. --- For comprehensive show notes on this episode, including a full edited transcript, go to https://fs.blog/podcast/ Is your brain hungry for more? Don't miss out! Sign up for our weekly "Brain Food" at https://fs.blog/newsletter/ Follow @farnamstreet on Twitter for mind-expanding content. 
Sheila Heen, two time NY Times best selling author, consultant, and lecturer at Harvard Law School, makes the tough talks easier by breaking down the three layers that make up every difficult conversation --- For comprehensive show notes on this episode, including a full edited transcript, go to https://fs.blog/podcast/ Is your brain hungry for more? Don't miss out! Sign up for our weekly "Brain Food" at https://fs.blog/newsletter/ Follow @farnamstreet on Twitter for mind-expanding content. 
DuckDuckGo CEO Gabriel Weinberg talks data privacy, protecting yourself online and shares his favorite mental models for clearer thinking. --- For comprehensive show notes on this episode, including a full edited transcript, go to https://fs.blog/podcast/ Is your brain hungry for more? Don't miss out! Sign up for our weekly "Brain Food" at https://fs.blog/newsletter/ Follow @farnamstreet on Twitter for mind-expanding content. 
Daniel Gross, former Y Combinator partner and current founder of Pioneer, discusses how we can make our success less about luck, the powerful role we play in the lives of others, and the valuable lessons he learned about leadership. --- For comprehensive show notes on this episode, including a full edited transcript, go to https://fs.blog/podcast/ Is your brain hungry for more? Don't miss out! Sign up for our weekly "Brain Food" at https://fs.blog/newsletter/ Follow @farnamstreet on Twitter for mind-expanding content. 
On this episode, Scott Page, 5x Author and Professor of Complex Systems at the University of Michigan explains the power mental models have in how we view the world, discover creative solutions and solve complex problems. --- For comprehensive show notes on this episode, including a full edited transcript, go to https://fs.blog/podcast/ Is your brain hungry for more? Don't miss out! Sign up for our weekly "Brain Food" at https://fs.blog/newsletter/ Follow @farnamstreet on Twitter for mind-expanding content. 
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katerina ster

ζξζπν Ζζζζηη,,,η *-

Aug 22nd
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Anish Kumar

keep up man

Aug 20th
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Liqea Hill

hey ❤ please follow my pocast thank u

Aug 19th
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Liqea Hill

Liqea Hill thanks

Aug 20th
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Jed Mitten

I really enjoyed hearing the potential root causes to emotional fragility as well as approaches to addressing that fragility in the context of the Call-Out Culture and pervasive reputational risk

Jul 14th
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Alexey Markov

this was by far the most useless episode of a (wonderful) podcast, partly because of the incomprehensible speech, but mostly because there's like zero information here aside from demagogy

Jun 21st
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Ketan Ramteke

Request: Please add name of the Guest in podcast tittle. Amazing podcast 🙇

Jun 10th
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Darude Sandstorm

Sorry, but she talks like a Québécois version of Deepak Chopra.

May 19th
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Left back

The title makes it sound like a clickbaity one, but this is a truly amazing episode, Dalio has found a wonderful way to live and if more people lived and thought like him this world would've been an even better place. This certainly got me thinking very hard about my thought processes as well.

Apr 14th
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Simranjit Kaur

Adam, you are a great speaker!

Apr 10th
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Carlos ASTRADA

Bangarang!

Mar 24th
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Sean

Great episode with easily actionable advise.

Feb 26th
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Sassy4Life

This is so good and I am not even done!

Jan 28th
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Anjali Sharma M.

the opening sentence was tremendous by itself!!

Jan 15th
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Gabo

One of the GOAT podcast episodes.

Dec 30th
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Dujon Blondel

I loved every part of this podcast. I am looking forward to part two!

Dec 20th
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Rahul Singh

Absolutely loved the last quarter around education of this podcast. Also, Adam can definitely do away with some of those air quotes announcements

Dec 14th
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Duespaid

last 6 min parenting uses..show notes xript

Nov 25th
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Duespaid

May podcast enjoy speaker and teachings ..wish was avail earlier in my.life ..love

Nov 25th
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Duespaid

may Njoy listening..possible be of interest for ur contemplated future career shift to offer to military paul

Nov 25th
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Andrew MacPhee

amazing episode.

Nov 10th
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