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Join Arman Assadi in this pioneering podcast as he shares his entrepreneurial journey of finding flow and fulfillment and goes deep down the rabbit hole with some of the world’s most fascinating thought leaders, NYT bestselling authors, academics, artists, and real-world heroes. We'll unpack juicy topics like entrepreneurship, psychology, philosophy, mental health, personal development, mindset, and more. Arman’s mission is to democratize wisdom. He is the co-founder of Steno, co-founder and CEO of Project EVO, and founder of Assadi Ventures. Arman bootstrapped Project EVO to multi-7 figures and raised over $1 million on crowdfunding for the EVO Planner™, which was crowned the most funded planner of all time. He also created the Elements Assessment™ and Brain Type Assessment™, proprietary personality type tests taken by almost 1 million people worldwide. Tap subscribe and turn on notifications for new episodes every TUESDAY. Say hi and TEXT him directly at 619-825-2595. Learn more at armanassadi.com
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Francis Pedraza is the founder of Invisible, an extremely innovative technology startup that provides “work-sharing” as a service, blending outsourcing and automation, so your company or team can efficiently run any business process.My first episode with Francis (episode 25) was one of my personal favorites and I learned an incredible amount. I will warn you, in this episode, we go even deeper down the rabbit hole into some very complex, esoteric topics, which many of you will absolutely love. We break down two spectrums of reality, where we might be going as a society, the purpose of life, and much more.In Episode 82, you will learn:00:00 Breaking down the war of realities 06:20 Francis’s technological, political, and economic analysis 17:32 Francis’s social, philosophical, and spiritual analysis 27:57 Realism vs Romanticism — where do you land? Is it worth it?49:22  Is the story of the American civilizational collapse already written? 1:00:59 Does the purpose of life mean anything?1:15:44 Closing thoughts: What is Invisible and where it’s going nextResources/Links:Francis PedrazaInvisible Technologies Lao-tzu's Tao Te ChingThe Education of a LibertarianIsaac Asimov's Foundation SeriesThe Straussian Moment EssayThe Book of Daniel***If you enjoy the show please subscribe and leave a short 17-second review on Apple Podcasts here. It means a lot to me and really supports the podcast.  Text me directly at: 619-825-2595Follow and chat with me on: Instagram FacebookTwitterFor show notes and more visit: armanassadi.com/podcastTo work with me: armanassadi.com/consulting
This week I have a special episode for you! I'm sharing an episode of me being interviewed by Steven Fage of the My Niche is Human Podcast.We sat down and talked about a book that has greatly impacted my journey called The Artist's Way. This book has helped me overcome some major mental limitations and tap into creative energy and an inner artist I was totally unaware of. In fact, it is a big reason this podcast exists today. In Episode 81, you will learn:00:00 Special Intro1:11 Arman's introspective journey through The Artist's Way9:43 The Holy Sh!t moment that changed Arman's way of thinking21:03 How to get out of autopilot and take ownership of your life25:21 How to make creativity a priority 33:00 Contemplating Death and how it can benefit your level of self-awareness40:01 How to focus on yourself to get into FLOW - The Pre/Post process of The Artist Way54:30 How to use resentment as inspiration and energy to motivate you forward58:50 Finding and refining your authentic voiceResources :Steven Fage's - My Niche is Human Podcast How Art is the Antidote to Death Essentialism Tibetan book of living and dying The Artist’s WayThe Psychospiritual Transformative Benefits of Flow with Jackie KnechtelArman’s Flow KitFacing your Inner DemonsMaria Popova - Brainpickings***If you enjoy the show please subscribe and leave a short 17-second review on Apple Podcasts here. It means a lot to me and really supports the podcast.  Text me directly at: 619-825-2595Follow and chat with me on: Instagram FacebookTwitterFor show notes and more visit: armanassadi.com/podcastTo work with me: armanassadi.com/consulting
Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor is a Harvard-trained and published neuroscientist. In 1996, she experienced a severe hemorrhage in the left hemisphere of her brain causing her to lose the ability to walk, talk, read, write, or recall any of her life. She is a dynamic teacher and public speaker who loves educating all age groups, academic levels, as well as corporations about the beauty of our human brain and its ability to recover from trauma. In this episode, we dive deeper into a variety of topics with Dr. Jill, such as lucid dreaming, breaking down the right and left side of the brain, her 90-second rule, her 4 characters of the brain huddle, and so much more!In Episode 80, you will learn:00:00 - Why we are wired to experience euphoria and be in the present moment09:49 - Practical ways to quiet the cells and think outside the box17:07 - The evolution of humanity — Dr. Jill’s WHY 21:03 - Redirecting your emotions in 90 seconds  23:42 - Rebalancing your brain using the brain huddle35:30 - How to develop an awe and thirst for life41:49 - The collision of generations — Finding balance as a society 46:50 - Healing the root of the problem…your trauma  51:01 - The secret to unlimited energy1:03:22 - Dr. Jill’s relationship with death — the gift she was meant to give back 1:09:31 - Does Dr. Jill believe in God?Resources/Links:Drjilltaylor.comMy Stroke of Insight Whole Brain Living BookMy Stroke of Insight Book My Stroke of Insight TedTalk ***If you enjoy the show please subscribe and leave a short 17-second review on Apple Podcasts here. It means a lot to me and really supports the podcast.  Text me directly at: 619-825-2595Follow and chat with me on: Instagram FacebookTwitterFor show notes and more visit: armanassadi.com/podcastTo work with me: armanassadi.com/consulting
I believe this is my most important solo episode yet, and I invite you to listen and absorb the full message here. Success. Success is something we all think about and hope to attain in life. It's also something that I in particular have been grappling with for the last few years, especially as I have become more "successful" by conventional definitions. Where I have landed is this — I believe that most of what we know and believe about success is a lie. A very dangerous and destructive one. And I believe that if we don't understand this truth and shift our mindset and behavior about it today, we will live a life of suffering until our final days. In this episode, I break it all down. In episode 79, you will learn: 00:00 The definition of success01:56 Finding and creating your North Star03:25 What happens after you achieve your goals08:45 The biggest LIE ever sold12:41 How can we stop living the lie and create joy today14:48 The secret behind it all17:11 Finding peace with the process Resources/Links:The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ckKobe Bryant shares what it actually takes to succeed ***If you enjoy the show please subscribe and leave a short 17-second review on Apple Podcasts here. It means a lot to me and really supports the podcast.  Text me directly at: 619-825-2595Follow and chat with me on: Instagram FacebookTwitterFor show notes and more visit: armanassadi.com/podcastTo work with me: armanassadi.com/consulting
Rohit Bhargava is on a mission to help the world be more open-minded by teaching anyone how to be a non-obvious thinker. He is an innovation and marketing expert, skilled facilitator, and keynote speaker. He is the founder of both the Non-Obvious Company and Ideapress Publishing, as well as the #1 Wall Street Journal bestselling author of seven books. In this episode, we cover how Rohit escaped being pigeonholed and got to where he is today, non-obvious trends, his books, and so much more! Resources/Links:Non-ObviousNon-Obvious InsightsRohit BhargavaRohit Bhargava's NewsletterIdeapress PublishingNon-Obvious Megatrends Personality Not IncludedThe Non-Obvious Guide to Virtual Meetings and Remote Work The Non-Obvious Guide to Marketing & Branding (Without a Big Budget)Beyond DiversityThe Future Normal ***If you enjoy the show please subscribe and leave a short 17-second review on Apple Podcasts here. It means a lot to me and really supports the podcast.  Text me directly at: 619-825-2595Follow and chat with me on: Instagram FacebookTwitterFor show notes and more visit: armanassadi.com/podcastTo work with me: armanassadi.com/consulting
Flow follows FOCUS.In this episode, I dive deep into an area that many people commonly struggle with and want to improve on — and that is focus. I cover:- Why getting focused is so difficult- Why we should want more flow - What research shows around focus - Methods I’ve tried over the years - The latest method I’m now experimenting with- How to eliminate your distractions - Why sacred space and deep work matters - Using personality type to customize your focus and flow - How to consistently get there and achieve moreEnjoy! Resources/Links:The Power of Focus - Les HewittNir EyalIndistractableThe 4 Keys to Indistracable Forest App76. David MoldawerDeep Work - Cal NewportProject EVO Elements Assessment ***If you enjoy the show please subscribe and leave a short 17-second review on Apple Podcasts here. It means a lot to me and really supports the podcast.  Text me directly at: 619-825-2595Follow and chat with me on: Instagram FacebookTwitterFor show notes and more visit: armanassadi.com/podcastTo work with me: armanassadi.com/consulting
David Moldawer is an independent writer and editor. He has spent more than a decade in book publishing acquiring and editing bestselling books for Penguin, St. Martin’s Press, McGraw-Hill, and Amazon Publishing New York.David helped me with my book proposal and I was able to land a deal with BenBella! In this episode, we talk about David’s true passion for reading and writing, how he pivoted in his career to find his niche, and what flow is for him.Resources/Links:David’s website David’s Newsletter One of the resources David uses to focus and get in the zone My Elements Personality Assessment On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft Bird by Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life The War of Art: Break Through the Blocks and Win Your Inner Creative Battles The Organised Writer: How to stay on top of all your projects and never miss a deadline Daily Rituals: How Artists Work***If you enjoy the show please subscribe and leave a short 17-second review on Apple Podcasts here. It means a lot to me and really supports the podcast.  Text me directly at: 619-825-2595Follow and chat with me on: Instagram FacebookTwitterFor show notes and more visit: armanassadi.com/podcastTo work with me: armanassadi.com/consulting
😤TRIGGERED?! 😤Being "triggered" has become a pop culture buzzword over the last few years, but it's actually a very important topic.In this episode, I break down what it really means to be triggered in psychological terms, how to recognize it, understand what got you there, and what to do about it. I also end the episode with a big truth that I think you'll find very interesting and inspiring. Enjoy!Resources/Links:Episode 68. Managing Anger in Your RelationshipsHow to get in touch with me:  Send me an email 📧 aa@armanassadi.comText me 💬+1-619-825-2595Slide into my DM’s @armanassadi***If you enjoy the show please subscribe and leave a short 17-second review on Apple Podcasts here. It means a lot to me and really supports the podcast.  Text me directly at: 619-825-2595Follow and chat with me on: Instagram FacebookTwitterFor show notes and more visit: armanassadi.com/podcastTo work with me: armanassadi.com/consulting
FLOW with Arman Assadi has been LIVE for one full year now — wow. I’m grateful and honored, thank you for spending time with me. Reflecting back on my journey over the past year with this podcast, I decided to document my journey on a macro level. I dive deep into my existing businesses, my latest venture, and what I have been doing in-between.I have a simple ask: I would love your input on what direction FLOW with Arman Assadi should take. I have been thinking about this a lot and it’s time to get some feedback from you on the direction of the show’s evolution. Option 1: Documenting my journey of finding flow and fulfillment and uncovering the same with fascinating people and interviews. Option 2: Tactical - each episode/interview is planned out to provide you with value nuggets and things you can implement into your life right now. Specifically, on business, online business, startups, psychology, fulfillment, money, investing, all the things I’m most passionate about.Option 3: Keep doing what I’m doing - a wide range of topics/people where the show itself is an exercise in finding flow. Let me know what option you like best! Just send me a 1,2, or 3!Here’s how to get in touch with me  👇Slide into my DM’s on Instagram - @armanassadiText me - 1 (619) 825-2595Send me an email - aa@armanassadi.comResources/Links:Rocket FuelProject EvoMy Private Email NewsletterSteno Waitlist SurveyEpisode 51 - Justin DonaldEpisode 68 - Managing Anger in Your RelationshipsSubscribe to my YouTube ChannelFollow Me on IGWork with Me***If you enjoy the show please subscribe and leave a short 17-second review on Apple Podcasts here. It means a lot to me and really supports the podcast.  Text me directly at 619-825-2595Follow and chat with me on: Instagram FacebookTwitterTo work with me: armanassadi.com/consulting
$1000 an hour, sounds nice right?I absolutely believe and know it’s possible, so for this episode, I sit down to reverse engineer my process for how I got there and break it down into 7 steps. I will say, I actually don’t think focusing on getting your hourly rate as high as possible is the optimal path to financial success. I share my perspective on this, as well as other ways to be successful. Resources/Links:5 Best Online Businesses to Start TodayThe Almanack of Naval Ravikant: A Guide to Wealth and HappinessEmotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQEmotional Intelligence 2.0 ***If you enjoy the show please subscribe and leave a short 17-second review on Apple Podcasts here. It means a lot to me and really supports the podcast.  Text me directly at: 619-825-2595Follow and chat with me on: Instagram FacebookTwitterFor show notes and more visit: armanassadi.com/podcastTo work with me: armanassadi.com/consulting
I got DESTROYED by the internet last week. I even got my first death threat (Because I expressed my admiration for Elon Musk).The internet can clearly be an absolutely disgusting place. Social media and anonymity/pseudonymity seem to enable people to reveal their true nature.But don’t worry I am 0% affected by this. It obviously shocked me to see it but clearly, this is a depressed cynical nihilistic person who’s completely lost. To truly do good in the world you have to be aware of the monsters that are out there, including the ones inside yourself, otherwise, you’re just living in a bliss bubble.This is a very challenging time for all humanity. What we lack more than anything is an education in critical thinking. We seem to be desperately trying to find our place in this digital age. Everyone has grabbed hold of a ‘Truth’ and they think "I have found the answer and everyone else is a sheep/idiot". We’ve lost the ability to reason, think, analyze, discuss. I’ve asked many people questions about where their beliefs come from and the reaction is often the same: a) attack mine because they can’t explain theirs or b) ignore.The digital age, censorship, social media, anonymity, truth. This results in violent behavior and isolationist thinking that further separates us. The cynical side of me is worried. But the optimist believes that this is a messy and required phase and this too shall pass. Hopefully 🙏 ***If you enjoy the show please subscribe and leave a short 17-second review on Apple Podcasts here. It means a lot to me and really supports the podcast.  Text me directly at: 619-825-2595Follow and chat with me on: Instagram FacebookTwitterFor show notes and more visit: armanassadi.com/podcastTo work with me: armanassadi.com/consulting
JeVon "JT" McCormick is the President and CEO of Scribe Media, a publishing company that helps individuals from a variety of backgrounds write, publish, and market their books.I truly cannot think of a better person to speak to about book publishing. As someone who is working on their first book and has been involved in this space for many years, I came to this conversation with a lot of questions and I'm very excited to share this episode with you. JeVon was born the son of a black pimp father and a white orphan mother. Today, he’s the CEO of a multi-million dollar publishing company that was recently ranked the #1 Top Company Culture in America by Entrepreneur Magazine.In this episode, we start off by discussing self-publishing vs traditional publishing. We also dive into JeVon’s past and how he has reclaimed his name.Resources/Links:JeVon's LinkedInJeVon’s Website ScribeDavid Goggin’s - ‘Can’t Hurt Me’Tucker MaxJevon’s book - ‘I Got There’***If you enjoy the show please subscribe and leave a short 17-second review on Apple Podcasts here. It means a lot to me and really supports the podcast.  Text me directly at: 619-825-2595Follow and chat with me on: Instagram FacebookTwitterFor show notes and more visit: armanassadi.com/podcastTo work with me: armanassadi.com/consulting
The one and only Kevin Kelly is back! Kevin is a futurist, New York Times bestselling author, co-founder and Senior Maverick at  Wired magazine, and much more. He was dubbed by Tim Ferriss as the "real-life Most Interesting Man In The World".In this episode, we discuss Kevin's 40-year project, Vanishing Asia,  crypto and blockchain, his hopes and fears for our future, and how his theory of 1000 True Fans continues to prove true. In episode 70, you will learn 🧠:00:00 Intro00:40 Kevin Kelly’s Kickstarter campaign on his new book 06:28 How to acquire 1000 true fans11:25 How Kevin stays in communication with his fans15:21 Kevin’s balance between internal time with himself and external time with others 19:00 Why now is the time to be a maker 24:08 Kevin’s perspective on Protopia, Utopia, & Dystopia  32:32 Kevin’s thought on cryptocurrency40:31 What is objective truth? Are we getting 1% better?49:30 Kevin’s pioneer way of thinking and tech-centric view of the world 53:12 Kevin’s top favorite countries55:56 Closing thoughtsResources/Links:Kevin KellyThe Inevitable: Understanding the 12 Technological Forces That Will Shape Our Future Kevin Kelly’s InstagramKevin Kelly’s YouTube Channel Vanishing Asia1000 True FansOut of ControlCheck out my first interview with Kevin Kelly! Episode 48. Kevin Kelly on God, The Future, and A.I.  ***If you enjoy the show please subscribe and leave a short 17-second review on Apple Podcasts here. It means a lot to me and really supports the podcast.  Text me directly at: 619-825-2595Follow and chat with me on: Instagram FacebookTwitterFor show notes and more visit: armanassadi.com/podcastTo work with me: armanassadi.com/consulting
In this episode I catch up with one of my mentors, Les Hewitt, NYT #1 bestselling author of The Power of Focus. Les has spent the last few years completely shifting directions and working on new social impact projects. We dive deep into why he made the shift and the impact it will make on future generations. In episode 69, you will learn 🧠:00:00 Intro 01:34 What Les is putting his focus and energy into now10:56 Les explains the life-changing impact of personal development in young adults 15:47  Les talks about his family 19:10 Les talks about his book and the 5 fundamentals25:13 The bridge between sports and personal development 31:42 How Les feel in love with soccer and the passion around it38:59 Why Les gives back and the spiritual connection behind it44:13 How Les developed gratitude and how he is able to see the beauty 47:21 Les reads a Poem he wrote, “Life a puzzle”49:43 How to support and get in touch with Les 51:50 The for-benefit business movement Resources/Links:Les HewittThe Power of FocusJim Rohn Zig ZiglarTom PetersBrian Tracy Soccer Without BoundariesTony RobbinsContact Les -  📱403-295-1115 📧Les.h@thepoweroffocus.ca***If you enjoy the show please subscribe and leave a short 17-second review on Apple Podcasts here. It means a lot to me and really supports the podcast.  Text me directly at 619-825-2595Follow and chat with me on: Instagram FacebookTwitterTo work with me: armanassadi.com/consulting
Is it ever justified to be truly angry?  If so, how long should you stay angry? How should you react to anger? How can you help yourself or your partner when they’re in this state? In this episode, I break down the answers to these questions and I also dive into how anger affects your body and your mind. In episode 68, you will learn 🧠:00:00 Intro00:23 The different types of anger01:10 What type of anger is not justified? And how long should you stay angry?05:37 The key to anger07:24 The patterns of a relationship and the solutions to overcome them9:06 Stan Tatkin’s approach to self-regulation of anger in a relationship and the dangers of it 14:00 Why you should become aware of your anger and let it move through you19:33 The parenting of snapping out of a complex 21:55 Should you let your anger go Resources/Links:Eckhart Tolle Stan Tatkin A New EarthThe Untethered Soul Tony RobbinsThe 90-second Rule ***If you enjoy the show please subscribe and leave a short 17-second review on Apple Podcasts here. It means a lot to me and really supports the podcast.  Text me directly at: 619-825-2595Follow and chat with me on: Instagram FacebookTwitterFor show notes and more visit: armanassadi.com/podcastTo work with me: armanassadi.com/consulting
The book, Profit First by Mike Michalowicz is my #1 most gifted and recommended business book. It literally saved my life and business. So, needless to say, I am a big admirer of Mike and I have been looking forward to this interview for a long time. In episode 67, you will learn 🧠:00:00 Arman shares how Mike’s book, Profit First, saved his life1:26 What is Mike’s most memorable/meaningful story 6:55 Entrepreneurship, time freedom, and profitability 12:00 Mike talks about his new book, Get Different, and the best way to market18:05 Mike’s thoughts on the different paths of book publishing 27:22 Closing thoughts - what brings Mike joy? Resources/Links:Mike Michalowicz Dan Martell  Profit First  Clockwork The Toilet Paper Entrepreneur  The Pumpkin Plan  Preorder - Get Different ***If you enjoy the show please subscribe and leave a short 17-second review on Apple Podcasts here. It means a lot to me and really supports the podcast.  Text me directly at: 619-825-2595Follow and chat with me on: Instagram FacebookTwitterFor show notes and more visit: armanassadi.com/podcastTo work with me: armanassadi.com/consulting
Should you traditionally publish your book? Is traditional publishing dead? What are the pros and cons and how does self-publishing compare? Let's dive into it all. I have been on the book publishing journey for over five years now and have worked with many NYT bestselling authors who've done both traditional and self-publishing, so let's break it all down. In this episode, you will learn:00:00 Intro02:00 Is traditional publishing dead?05:02 Who is traditional book publishing for?07:10 Do you qualify?12:21 The pros and cons of traditional book publishing20:20 How do you get a traditional deal? 26:08 The pros and cons of self-publishing 32:36 Overview  Resources/Links:📚 Folio literary agency 📖 Scribe ☎️ SuperPhone 📘 Author 101 book 🤩 Cover of Foundr magazine 📗 How to Sell a Million Copies of Your Book▶️ David Goggins case study 🧑‍💻 Work with me 📲 Text me 👉 619-825-2595***If you enjoy the show please subscribe and leave a short 17-second review on Apple Podcasts here. It means a lot to me and really supports the podcast.  Text me directly at: 619-825-2595Follow and chat with me on: Instagram FacebookTwitterFor show notes and more visit: armanassadi.com/podcastTo work with me: armanassadi.com/consulting
What is TopShot? NBA TopShot is a revolution in the blockchain/NFT space, these are digital assets with a growing community. In my opinion, this has only just begun!In this episode, you will learn:00:00 Intro 00:50 What is NBA TopShot?04:20 What makes NFT's valuable 06:18 How do I buy one?12:02 Can you make money?15:43 How to purchase a TopShot 21:50 Summary Resources/Links:⚽️ Buy a 5 card bundle and get a FREE rare card 🔒 Most Secure Place to Buy and Sell Bitcoin & Ethereum 💵 Open an interest account with up to 8.6% APY 📲Buy, sell and trade💳 Get your crypto wallet🏀 Purchase a Lebron James card/moment***If you enjoy the show please subscribe and leave a short 17-second review on Apple Podcasts here. It means a lot to me and really supports the podcast.  Text me directly at: 619-825-2595Follow and chat with me on: Instagram FacebookTwitterFor show notes and more visit: armanassadi.com/podcastTo work with me: armanassadi.com/consulting
Steve Olsher is known as the world’s foremost reinvention expert. Famous for helping individuals and corporations become exceptionally clear on their WHAT – that is, the ONE thing they were created to do.He is a 30+ year entrepreneur, the Founder & Editor-In-Chief of Podcast Magazine, original Chairman & Founder of Liquor.com, an online pioneer who launched on CompuServe’s Electronic Mall in 1993, New York Times bestselling author, real estate developer, creator of The New Media Summit, host of the #1 rated podcasts Reinvention Radio and Beyond 8 Figures, and an international keynote speaker.Steve Olsher shares the vision of his brand and the direction Podcast Magazine and Club Pod on Clubhouse is going in. Arman and Steve dive deep into the strategy behind podcasts, the listenership of the industry, and how podcasting may change due to the FOMO demand on Clubhouse.  In this episode, you will learn:00:00 Intro03:04 What is Steve Olsher’s vision of Podcast Magazine, Club Pod on Clubhouse11:35 Have we hit the threshold of podcasts?19:16 The growth of listenership in the podcast industry23:00 How to record/repurpose your live clubhouse room chats 26:50 The future of Clubhouse if they chose to allow recording33:39 Steve Olsher’s strategy of building your brand with clubhouse 41:12 How Steve Olsher structures his time/week44:13 How to find the right people to grow your business54:47 What should comes first: money or passion? Resources/Links:Steve OlsherJoin ClubhouseIcon Maker ProgramSteve Olsher’s Podcast - Reinvention RadioSteve Olsher’s book - ‘What Is Your What?’Free lifetime subscription to Podcast Magazine  ***If you enjoy the show please subscribe and leave a short 17-second review on Apple Podcasts here. It means a lot to me and really supports the podcast.  Text me directly at: 619-825-2595Follow and chat with me on: Instagram FacebookTwitterFor show notes and more visit: armanassadi.com/podcastTo work with me: armanassadi.com/consulting
Falling in love with reading and writing is a conscious effort that you have to make every day. Arman shows the ropes of it by sharing some hacks on how to read effectively and how to transfer that into your writing and later into your speaking. Today’s episode is packed with how-tos of effective speaking, by emphasizing the importance of reading and writing. You’ll also find how to transfer these skills into your argument. Show notes:(0:24) Intro: Arman opens the episode with a life-hack on how to become a better public speaker for today’s topic.(2:14) What’s the answer to becoming a better public speaker? Why and how to approach it?(3:11) Arman shares how he became an effective speaker.(4:11) How to fall in love with writing?(4:34) Arman gives out a few hacks on how to read effectively and reflect it in writing.(4:34) Hack 1 - To notice the words you’re reading (5:11) Hack 2 - Notice how people structure their sentences and understand different levels of punctuation.(6:38) Hack 3 - Write proper full sentences(6:57) Hack 4 - Use the new words you learned in your writing(7:15) Hack 5 - learn how to craft an argumentative essay and let it translate to your speaking  (6:22) One of the causes of inefficient speaking. (8:26) How to translate the skill of argumentative writing into your speaking?(9:28) Layout a general direction you’re going in your argument by starting with a macro(12:10) A formula to capture someone’s attention while teaching.(12:50) Closing thoughtsResources/Links:Mention of The Wall Street Journal Article on  things to read in 9 minutes For more reading suggestions see what Arman loves to read! Flow with Arman Assadi - 43. Reading: An Analysis on the Power and Transformative Benefits  Mention of punctuations Hyphens and Dashes—The Long and the Short of It Article on crafting arguments for effective public speaking  Subscribe to Arman Assadi’s YouTube channel To receive a FREE GIFT, send Arman a text message #flowkit at 619-825-2595 and get access to a pdf of Arman’s all-time favorite life hacks, resources, and books. ***If you enjoy the show please subscribe and leave a short 17-second review on Apple Podcasts here. It means a lot to me and really supports the podcast.  Text me directly at 619-825-2595Follow and chat with me on: Instagram FacebookTwitterTo work with me: armanassadi.com/consulting
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