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For anyone pursuing their highest version. The world's top performers. New episodes Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
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Dan Purcell is a musician, creator, and storyteller. He recently released his first EP – Day By Day. In this conversation, we spoke about how time is a lake, music as a vessel, and Dan's creative process.
Joe De Sena is the creator of Spartan Race and a three-time New York Times bestselling author. In this conversation, we spoke about Joe's rules as President of the United States, how a $140,000 check changed his life, and climbing to the top of the mountain to get gifts on Christmas.
Kobe Gatsby is an entrepreneur and e-commerce brand builder. In this conversation, we spoke about his journey from selling cases as a teenager to working for himself. We dived into why he skipped college, his vision for the future, and how he's grown over the years.
Packy McCormick is the writer behind Not Boring. In one year, his newsletter has grown from 400 to 42,000+ subscribers. In this conversation, we spoke about his process, Twitter Spaces, and the origins of his optimism.
John Lee Dumas is the podcaster behind Entrepreneurs on Fire. John's show was the first podcast I ever listened to back in 2014... and I was immediately hooked. In this conversation, John spoke about the woman who introduced him to podcasts, life as a Providence superfan, and serving in the military. His book The Uncommon Path To Common Success is available now. Let me know your thoughts on this episode on Twitter: @heydannymiranda.
JK Molina is a writer from Guatemala. His story is fascinating because he makes his money writing in English but it's not even his first language. In this conversation, we spoke about breakthroughs, JK losing his Twitter account, and how 2020 shaped his perspective on life.
Anthony Donahue is the biggest Knicks fan in the world. But in this conversation, we didn't talk Knicks. We spoke about Anthony's unique childhood, caring for his sister who passed away due to brain cancer, the power of unconditional love, and how to deal with tragedy.
Matthew Dicks is a storyteller, a bestselling author, an elementary school teacher, and a speaking coach. His book, Storyworthy, blew me away... which makes sense considering he's a 45-time Moth StorySLAM champion and 6-time Moth GrandSLAM champion. In this conversation, we spoke about how writing is different than storytelling, getting stuff done, and what it's like to coach Ali Abdaal.
Dan Koe is a writer and entrepreneur. In this conversation, we spoke about the meaning behind Dan's tattoos, Twitter, and morning and evening routines.
Zach Tyler is the creator and writer behind Behavior Hack. In this conversation, we spoke about why Jocko Willink and Andy Frisella follow Zach, why slow growth is better, and the power of an audience.
Mike Elias is the creator of Ideamarket.io, which aims to replace corporate media as the arbiter of public credibility. In this conversation, we dived deep on... Who does Mike support on his own platform? How has spirituality played a role in his life? What struggles have led him to God?
Jimmy Grant is an electronic music DJ (also known as ROSEDRiiVE) and podcaster. In this conversation, we spoke about how quarantine has changed him, how he became an international DJ, and how meditation plus gratitude have shaped his life.
Andrew Barry is a curious learner. He runs Curious Lion, a company that is transforming online education. I invited Andrew on to the podcast because we both published our conversations with Ali Abdaal on the same day. It was a sign from the universe. In this conversation, we spoke about what most online courses do wrong, building in public, and how to not get distracted by the latest shiny object on the internet.
Toby Howell is a writer for The Morning Brew. He runs the Morning Brew Twitter account, and in this conversation, we spoke about best practices for Twitter, how he got a job at the company without a resume, and 75 Hard. Sponsor: MarketingExamples.com – Whenever I want to learn anything about marketing, this is the first place I go. Simple, easy to understand, and useful. I enjoy the newsletter straight into my inbox as well – MarketingExamples.com/subscribe
Anthony Ferraro is a blind Judo athlete who is representing the United States in the Paralympic Games. He is a former high school wrestler and in this conversation, we spoke about what it was like to drive across the country, the importance of self-talk, and how specific sounds remind him of different moments in his life. "The only disability is a bad attitude." –Anthony Ferraro
Polina Marinova Pompliano is the writer behind The Profile. In this conversation, we spoke about her very first job, the five daily habits she tracks to create a great day, and The Rock sharing her work.
Paul Yacoubian is the founder of CopyAI. In this conversation, we spoke about GPT-3, what the future looks like, building in public, and David Goggins. Enjoyed this episode? Check out my free, weekly newsletter – Tuesday Treasure!
Alan Stein Jr. is a coach, who has worked with and been around some of the greatest basketball players in the world (like Kevin Durant, Kobe Bryant, Steph Curry). In this conversation, we spoke about those experiences, how quarantine unexpectedly helped his speaking skills, and Jesse Itzler's Hell on a Hill. Enjoyed this episode? Check out my free, weekly newsletter – Tuesday Treasure.
Blog of Jake is an anonymous writer and podcaster. In this conversation, we spoke about quitting a job in investment banking, his life's purpose, and self-awareness.
Justin C. Scott is a high-performance coach and writer. In this conversation, we spoke about creation, his meditation practice, and living a life of intentionality. Enjoyed this episode? Check out my free, weekly newsletter – Tuesday Treasure.
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