The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish
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Shane Parrish is an entrepreneur and sought-after speaker. His newsletter (https://fs.blog/podcast) offers timeless insights you can use to change your life.
In The Knowledge Project, Shane interviews people at the top of their game. Every episode is packed with hard-earned lessons that you can use in your life. Tune in to create an unstoppable advantage.
Sit down and learn from the best. Previous guests include Reid Hoffman, Esther Perel, Daniel Kahneman, Tobi Lutke, Marshall Goldsmith, Kunal Shah, Ander Huberman, David Sinclair, Ret. General Stanley McChrystal, Marc Andreessen, Patrick Collison, Robert Cialdini, Walter Isaacson, Chris Bosh, Kat Cole, Adam Grant, Angela Duckworth, Seth Godin, Matt Mullenweg, Lisa Feldman Barrett, Maria Konnikova, Bill Ackman, Annie Duke, Derek Sivers, Jim Collins, Naval Ravikant, and many others. They reveal hard-earned lessons on leadership, decision-making, hiring and firing, productivity, habits, and more.
New episodes are released every second Tuesday.
Learn more at https://fs.blog/podcast
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Very interesting and informative pod 👌
Is there any subject where Americans can’t manufacture a racism row? Do black people believe they’re the only ones who grow up poor and attend schools without all the necessary equipment?
Ep 63 with Hugh Howey was fascinating and truly informative. I'm going to focus on my writing and finally begin my writing career.
Overflowing with wisdom
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A other great one Shane!
How much cocaine does Marc Andreessen do in a day?
This is a great conversation and it makes me think deeper.
He's funny and I like the way hethink about restructuring our schools
Arrogant thinking re: public schools. Asking Mark what he thinks of public schooling because he has school aged children is sui generis. None of his children will ever come near a public school. If you can pay for anything, if you aren't depending on a system like US public schools to educate your children, it's easy to write it all off with the sweep of your hand.
Fuck is this lady ever a cunt. I don't know why you started the best of 2021 with this person. This is usually such an incredible podcast. She is one of the most spoiled, entitled people I've ever heard in the business world. She was attractive and got lucky and also started her career in one of the best times in the last century for building a career. The whole world's economy was booming and she literally just got lucky. She flirted with a customer over some chicken wings and thinks makes her an absolute genius. it doesnt. it makes you lucky for hot. Nothing against her for being lucky. That's great. But playing it off as skill and hard work really puts a negative on this entire podcast.
Amazing conversation really liked the ending
Exactly what I needed to hear today. My trust was abused by someone I mentor today and it hurt emotionally. I've always got trust as my opening bid, and will retain that :)