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Neema Naz is a comedian and content creator. In this interview, he spoke about his climb into comedy, how he's built discipline, why the quarantine turned into a massive success, and how his impressions of Gary Vaynerchuk and David Goggins came to be.  (0:00) Intro  (0:41) VeeCon  (13:23) Neema's climb  (31:36) Building discipline  (38:48) Social media  (46:04) Standup vs. content creation  (49:45) Increased attention  (57:10) Building team  (1:04:33) Nuances of standup comedy  (1:07:21) Comedy special  (1:10:31) 10k YouTube subscribers  (1:14:45) Burnout  (1:26:10) David Goggins & Kobe Bryant  (1:32:52) Fans showing love  (1:36:54) Keep going  Neema's Links  TikTok:  Instagram:  Twitter:  Continue the conversation with me...  🎙 Podcast:  🐣 Twitter:  📸 Instagram:  🕺 TikTok:  🚨 Newsletter:
Tiago Forte is the creator of Building a Second Brain. Originally an online cohort-based course on using digital notetaking to transform your life, it has now turned into a book.    Tiago himself called this "one of the deepest interviews he's done."    In this conversation, we spoke about where Tiago's background in teaching, his inspiration to dream big, why he's sought out danger in his own life, how to interview your family, tips for a Vipassana retreat, why it's important to help today, and much more.   (0:00) Intro  (0:36) The power of meetup  (3:00) Tiago’s first entrance into teaching  (5:31) Helping to your days  (7:02) Ukraine  (9:00) “We’re so comfortable here”  (12:10) Dangerous neighborhoods creating better communities  (18:55) Venkatesh Rao’s endorsement  (21:02) Endorsing other people  (24:08) Education vs. entertainment  (30:40) What inspires Tiago to dream big?  (32:32) Tiago adopting Neurolink?  (33:58) Documentary about Dad (I was 10 times more present)  (37:12) How to interview family?  (39:43) How much does raising a child teach you about yourself?  (41:30) Breaking down with tears on a plane  (46:55) The growth of more in touch with feelings  (51:02) Opening up your vagus nerve  (56:30) Tips for Vipassana retreat  (59:41) Tiago on Twitter vs. Tiago in real life  (1:02:11) “To have profound insights, you need a quiet mind”  (1:04:06) How do we get better at applying what we capture?  (1:05:39) “Don’t trust anyone over 35 who doesn’t have kids giving life advice”  (1:08:42) How does access to large datasets impact decisions?  (1:12:38) What is Lindy?  (1:13:08) Focus on quantity, not quality  (1:19:28) Why do we feel shame around sharing our work?  (1:21:10) We look down upon manufacturing for no reason  (1:27:13) “Email is the elephant in the room of modern productivity”  (1:30:15) “We’re internet people”  (1:33:01) Creators are being too strategic  (1:35:50) Learning patience  (1:38:01) Outro   Building a Second Brain (book): Tiago's Twitter: Tiago's Website:  Continue the conversation with me...        🎙 Podcast: 🐣 Twitter:      📸 Instagram:      🕺 TikTok:      🚨 Newsletter:
Tejas Hullur is a creator. Over the past two years, he's gone from no online presence to smoking with Mike Tyson. In this conversation, we spoke about how Colin & Samir became mentors, and the life of a creator in 2022.   Topics: (0:00) Intro  (1:05) “It’s been the craziest 2 years of my life”  (7:21) Nobody really concentrates on the quality of a follower  (9:14) “You’re an embarrassment to the fraternity”  (10:46) Why was Tejas so passionate about creating?  (13:18) “Being a content creator is living 4 years in 1”  (14:28) Dropping out of college  (17:31) Leverage  (20:50) How to make decisions?  (24:47) Colin & Samir as mentors  (30:41) The highs and lows of creators  (32:58) Impactful practices for creativity  (36:08) Smoking a blunt with Mike Tyson  (45:41) Tejas’ focus on the dark side  (49:11) Hiring an editor  (53:03) Peer vs. mentor  (55:38) Fortune Magazine calling Tejas the modern-day “Tony Robbins”   (58:00) Getting recognized  (1:00:06) Storytelling: “Build up tension and release it”  (1:05:38) 4 elements to be a successful creator  (1:07:30) Idea to creation  (1:10:55) The importance of family  (1:21:22) Record your conversations with friends/family  (1:23:10) Dylan Lemay’s ice cream shop  (1:28:18) Tejas’ self-awareness  (1:29:52) Challenge for creators  (1:31:33) Challenge for anyone   Resources Mentioned  Joe Rogan and Naval (JRE 1309) –  My Ajja. (There Is No Life Without Death) –  Tejas on TikTok: Tejas on Instagram:  Continue the conversation with me...      🎙 Podcast: 🐣 Twitter:     📸 Instagram:     🕺 TikTok:     🚨 Newsletter:
Nate O'Brien started putting out YouTube videos in January 2017. Since then, he has built a following of over 1.25 million people while maintaining internal peace. In this conversation, he spoke about his path toward meditation, how he's set up R&D projects, and how he's had to work around his natural introversion.   (0:00) Intro  (0:41) Nate’s firewood business  (1:55) Mowing lawns with grandpa  (3:16) Early days of growing YouTube channel  (6:41) Work smarter, not harder   (7:47) Living in the wild  (8:37) Meditation  (12:21) YouTube comments  (13:45) Fame  (19:45) R&D projects  (21:29) Impactful books  (22:37) Nate on NFTs  (25:31) Why Nate loves accounting (26:21) “Introverts have to teach themselves how to interact”  (28:31) $500 of Amazon gift cards  (30:33) How to set goals  (31:41) 1.25 million subscribers  (32:56) Lots of messages  (34:01) Who’s doing life the right way?  (35:03) Spending time alone  (37:08) Steve Jobs quote  (41:03) Nate becoming a billionaire?  (43:33) Do people treat Nate differently? (44:32) Commonalities between people who have achieved massive success?  (45:32) Getting into a flow state  (47:12) Nate’s good trades and bad trades  (50:01) Investing podcasts  (51:07) Nate’s content expansion  (52:13) Minimalism  (54:08) Connecting with Nate   Nate's YouTube: Nate's Instagram:  Continue the conversation with me...     🎙 Podcast: 🐣 Twitter:    📸 Instagram:    🕺 TikTok:    🚨 Newsletter:
Chris Van Vliet is a 4-time Emmy-winning TV Host and podcaster. In this conversation, we spoke about Chris's first broadcasting experience, what it's like when The Rock calls you out, and Tyler Perry's advice that changed his life.   The video version of this podcast is available on Spotify and YouTube. Topics: (0:00) Happy Birthday Chris  (0:48) How do you like consuming books?  (2:39) Chris’ early television experience  (8:33) Ask the obvious  (11:31) What’s it like to interview The Rock?  (14:13) Chris’ wrestling career as Chris Sharp  (17:11) Early access to internet  (19:17) Chris’ college band  (20:53) Connection between Chris’ passions (wrestling, music, interviews)  (27:00) What makes Chris great?  (29:23) How to get better at asking?  (33:03) What people don’t know about Hollywood  (34:26) What makes for a great team in Hollywood?  (37:28) How do you build a stronger intuition?  (40:01) How to bring up your energy?  (41:41) How does anyone getting to record themselves change society?  (44:49) What would Chris do if he was graduating college today?  (48:23) Tyler Perry’s advice to Chris  (53:29) Closing words  Chris' Links  Instagram / YouTube / TikTok / Twitter / Podcast Continue the conversation with me...   🎙 Podcast: 🐣 Twitter:   📸 Instagram:   🕺 TikTok:   🚨 Newsletter:
Nicolle Merrilyne is an energy healer and intuitive medium.  In this conversation, we spoke about my intuitive healing session with Nicolle, her spiritual team, how to protect your energy, and how intuition can guide you. (0:00) Nicolle’s mom's incredible intuition (3:59) Why Nicolle said no to her dream job (7:49) Family support (10:12) The right balance between surrender vs. taking action (14:08) What is an intuitive healer? (15:42) Spirit team (18:58) All religions point to the same truth (20:23) My intuitive healing session with Nicolle (27:41) Measuring energy frequency? (29:30) Guided meditation (31:41) Why Nicolle is drawn to nature (32:59) How to manifest (44:54) Nicolle's transformation (47:24) Shields up (49:25) How to protect energy (52:13) Intention (53:53) Spirituality when your physical environment doesn’t understand you (57:38) Synchronicities (1:04:02) Shower thoughts (1:06:31) Affirmations (1:09:49) Getting back in alignment (1:17:34) Moments of magic Nicolle's Links Instagram / Website
Jay Alderton is a fitness business coach. He has previously served in the military, competed in bodybuilding competitions, and been a fitness coach. In this conversation, we spoke about building self-awareness, the mistake of intellectualizing everything, why you should focus on impact over income, and much more.  The video version of this episode is available on Spotify and YouTube. (0:00) Happy Birthday Jay  (2:43) Building self-awareness  (5:02) What can we do to better love ourselves?  (7:41) The mistake of “intellectualization”  (10:15) Health, Wealth, Productivity, and Connectivity  (15:11) Thursday at the spa  (21:45) What to do when feeling miserable  (25:37) Running 2 marathons without training  (29:33) How to best be comfortable with discomfort  (34:30) Why don’t we learn?  (39:23) Day 29 of cold showers  (43:01) How to be a great speaker  (46:31) Impact over income  (50:51) Jay’s final closing words  Jay on Instagram –  Jay on TikTok –  Continue the conversation with me...  🎙Podcast:  🐣 Twitter:  📸 Instagram:  🕺 TikTok:  🚨 Newsletter:
Nick Maggiulli is the creator of Of Dollars And Data and the Chief Operating Officer at Ritholtz Wealth Management. He has published a post on his blog every week since 2017. Most recently, he published his first book (Just Keep Buying: Proven Ways To Save Money And Build Your Wealth), which has sold over 10,000 copies in the first month.  In this conversation, we speak about what it felt like to get mentioned on The Tim Ferriss Show, the power of books, how Morgan Housel has served as a mentor for Nick, and much more.  The video version of this podcast is available on Spotify and YouTube. Topics discussed: (0:00) Intro  (0:33) Tooth fairy  (2:23) How does skepticism impact you?  (5:08) Starting a blog (and the slow grind)  (8:35) Moments of quitting?  (10:48) How has motivation changed for Nick?  (13:21) Going on a book tour and repeating himself?  (15:25) Optimism toward future progress  (17:03) Does paying attention to the news impact Nick?  (18:08) The power of books  (19:21) How many hours to write Just Keep Buying?  (20:13) Most unexpected challenge when writing the book?  (22:03) Nick’s $500,000 goal by 30  (23:40) Is high expectations a new phenomenon?  (26:23) Dealing with existential dread in early 20s  (27:46) What would Nick recommend to young people who don’t know?  (29:36) “I’ll probably never write a book” –Nick, May 2020  (34:23) Do family and friends rely on Nick as a data scientist?  (35:49) Words matter  (37:54) Taleb’s Turkey Problem  (40:03) Winners keep winning true for nations as well?  (42:24) Morgan Housel as a mentor  (44:48) Shouted out on Tim Ferriss Show  (46:50) “No medals for prevention, only cures”   (49:07) Appreciation for Mark Zuckerberg  (51:23) Creating as a part of your being  (53:03) How to be kinder    Nick’s book (Just Keep Buying) – Nick's Twitter – Nick's Website – Resources Mentioned:   Escape From Freedom by Erich Fromm – How To Write Weekly and Accelerate Your Career (Nick Maggiulli + David Perell) – Continue the conversation with me... 🎙Podcast: 🐣 Twitter: 📸 Instagram: 🕺 TikTok: 🚨 Newsletter:
I have recorded around 250 interviews in the past two years. Here's a distillation of what I've learned about how to conduct a better interview, ask better questions, and how that leads to a more rich existence.   The backstory of this episode: Dan Go wanted to learn how to conduct a better interview. So he texted me, we hopped on a call, and now we're sharing it with the world.   Check out Dan's podcast (The Dan Go Podcast)...  Dan on Twitter –  Continue the conversation with me...   🎙Podcast:   🐣 Twitter:   📸 Instagram:   🕺 TikTok:   🚨 Newsletter:
David Perell is a writer and entrepreneur. He is the creator of the wildly successful Write of Passage – an online course that helps people accelerate their careers by writing online. He has amassed a following of over 300,000 people on Twitter alone. In this conversation, we spoke about David's college years, why introspection is overrated, David's interesting writing habits, and why epiphanies are felt.  You can access this video on Spotify. Topics: (0:00) Intro  (0:48) Probation  (5:01) The first time David started to take himself seriously  (6:11) Find the leverage  (8:12) Bill Morningstar  (11:20) How to get confidence when you’re not qualified?  (12:25) Coining terms as a creator  (15:00) Mimetic theory  (19:33) How do you make sure what you want is what you really want?  (21:33) Why does David spend time with people he disagrees with?  (25:01) Knowledge workers should treat themselves as athletes  (27:13) Changing the education system  (39:31) Who does David admire today?  (43:01) Surrendering to the art of conversation  (44:29) Overcoming insecurities  (47:20) Injecting more of himself into his work  (48:34) “Epiphanies are felt”  (50:40) “Introspection is overrated”  (53:08) Why David grades his dad A+++  (56:50) How do we live with more joy?  (1:00:23) How much did David turn to the internet as a kid?  (1:02:45) Annual Review  (1:03:41) Connection between plants vs. podcasts  (1:06:28) How to judge improvement on creative work on week-to-week  (1:07:41) The unexpected benefit of writing  (1:12:01) Does David have any trouble sleeping?  (1:13:39) David’s weird writing habits  (1:20:40) How has David gotten less self-loathing?  (1:22:51) Balaji NYT/BTC/CCP framing  (1:26:41) Why are we so attracted to the current?  (1:30:23) Why is David a long-term thinker?  (1:31:11) Web3 vs. Bitcoiners (1:32:51) Lessons from Robert Moses  (1:36:33) Any fiction?  (1:38:00) Book deal?  Resources Mentioned  • First David Perell appearance on The Danny Miranda Podcast 070 –  • Kevin Kelly’s 103 Bits of Advice –  • Austin Scholar –  • Jack Butcher days vs. decades –  David's Links Twitter – Write of Passage –  Continue the conversation with me... 🎙Podcast:  🐣 Twitter:  📸 Instagram:  🕺 TikTok:  🚨 Newsletter:
Carter Good is a fitness coach. He has lost over 100 pounds, kept it off, and now coaches other people on how to do it too. But this conversation wasn't centered around his 448,000-person Instagram following or losing the weight. Instead, we spoke about how his passions for fitness have lessened over the years, why Carter turned to therapy, and how he's building internal peace. Topics: (0:00) Intro (0:28) Carter’s tattoos (4:16) Carter’s journey toward internal peace (7:01) Replaying the same song over and over? (8:21) Mike Vacanti phone call (10:22) Framework for making decisions (13:31) Why did Carter choose to lose weight? (16:01) Fear in college (18:41) How Carter changed his physical environment (21:01) Moving to Austin, running into Tim Ferriss? (22:11) Struggling with passion for fitness (28:13) Passion for friends (30:13) Where does Carter’s vulnerability come from? (32:42) How journaling has helped Carter (33:55) Benefits of therapy (34:41) Why start therapy? (36:43) The importance of a morning routine (40:03) Going from 10,000 followers to 300,000 followers on Instagram (42:33) Why does Carter feel uncomfortable sharing himself? (44:46) Carter’s proudest moments creating content (51:49) The similarity between business + losing weight (55:41) How do we reframe what’s cool? (58:33) The importance of being on a journey (1:01:21) “All the best content is about you’re going to die“ (1:04:00) 80-year-old self regret test (1:05:02) Carter’s current mission Carter's Instagram – Carter's Twitter – 🎙Podcast: 🐣 Twitter: 📸 Instagram: 🕺 TikTok: 🚨 Newsletter:
Noah Kagan is the CEO of, a digital marketplace for software. NOTE: Audio gets better after 2:15. This convo got deep. Noah was willing to talk openly about his failings, insecurities, and strengths. And because of that... this conversation turned out incredible. Let me know what your favorite part was on Twitter – @heydannymiranda. Topics: (0:35) Gifting Noah (1:06) Crazy coincidence (2:15) Audio gets better (3:45) Biking across the country because of favorite book (5:30) “The hardest thing we do is the thing we’re most proud of” (7:44) Noah always knew he was going to be rich (9:50) Looking down upon followers to becoming fans (11:11) What has helped Noah live the life he wants to live? (13:54) Noah’s quest to find a wife (23:20) Noah’s phrase of the year: Be Nice To Noah (28:10) What are the hard things you’re avoiding? (29:08) How do you practice more peace? (36:02) How does Noah view his path toward a deeper, more meaningful life? (39:20) Does Noah feel an obligation to help every person now that he has money? (41:20) Why does Noah put down himself? (44:03) How has committing to growing his YouTube changed Noah? (49:18) How has Noah changed the narrative with himself? (52:20) What does it mean to love yourself? (54:13) How does Noah stay in touch with so many people? (56:21) Noah’s favorite memories alone (57:21) “You have an enviable life with a non-enviable psychology.” (59:39) “It’s all going to work out” (1:02:02) What is your movie title right now, five years, and ten years? Connect with Noah Twitter / YouTube / Instagram / Thank you to Noah, who was gracious enough to let me use his home recording studio. 🎙Podcast: 🐣 Twitter: 📸 Instagram: 🕺 TikTok: 🚨 Newsletter:
Rory Sutherland is the Vice Chairman of Ogilvy, an attractively vague job title that has allowed him to co-found a behavioral science practice within the agency. Sutherland is a brilliant copywriter and marketing mind, who has an uncanny ability to hold separate ideas simultaneously. (0:00) Once you see it, you can’t look at the world the same (0:54) Electric cars (2:02) Only obvious in retrospect (4:16) Second Life (7:10) Perspective of time (10:10) Too many choices in products (14:30) Typewriter (18:20) Video conferencing (19:43) Mobile phones (21:11) Rory as an early adopter (24:05) Electric bike (27:00) More electric cars (32:22) Derek Sivers (33:01) Wealth accumulation (36:10) The problem with blockchain (37:17) Elon Musk buying Twitter (39:41) Rory’s problem with Amazon Prime (43:51) Similarities between Elon Musk and Steve Jobs (46:23) James Watt invented the horsepower (48:11) Conservatism but open (51:23) How you present information to people has a bearing on how it’s acted upon (52:00) Rory’s color lesson (54:14) What makes for a good story? (57:03) Self-deception is an essential evolutionary function (58:55) Is creativity good for mental health? (1:01:49) Rory’s neuroticism (1:02:30) Nuance on Twitter (1:06:43) Nature vs. nurture (1:10:46) American belief “life is capable of continuous improvement” (1:15:40) Fame’s benefits (1:19:46) A case against niching down (1:22:00) Personal brand (1:27:54) Connecting with Rory (1:29:30) Meeting celebrities… “Was he/she nice?” (1:34:31) Trump the silverback gorilla? Connect with Rory – 🎙Podcast: 🐣 Twitter: 📸 Instagram: 🕺 TikTok: 🚨 Newsletter:
Pat Walls is an entrepreneur and writer. He is the creator of Starter Story and also my favorite personal blog on the Internet ( Connect with Pat on Twitter. Continue the conversation with me... 🎙Podcast: 🐣 Twitter: 📸 Instagram: 🕺 TikTok: 🚨 Newsletter:  
Andrew Murnane is a creator. He's built a following of more than 680,000 people in just two years. In this conversation, we spoke about how Eckhart Tolle impacted his journey, how the dualistic world, the reactions from his friends and family to his new version, his breaks from social media, and much more. (0:00) Welcome Andrew (0:34) Power of Now (3:23) What did Andrew change as a result of reading the book? (5:29) What’s been the reaction to this new version of Andrew? (8:10) Why Andrew starting putting out content (11:03) The recording that changed Andrew’s life (13:08) Where does the negative voice come from? (16:43) Breaks from social media (23:03) Who are Andrew’s heroes? (27:40) The Illusion of Duality (37:39) How beliefs take you away from the recognition that you are everything (43:45) Andrew’s experience with mushrooms (50:03) How mushrooms impacts identity (57:45) The movement of Awakening (1:00:41) Similarities between mushrooms and Bitcoin (1:02:13) What practices can help us get closer to ourselves? (1:05:43) Connecting with Andrew Murnane Andrew's Links TikTok / Twitter / YouTube Continue the conversation with me... 🎙Podcast: 🐣 Twitter: 📸 Instagram: 🕺 TikTok: 🚨 Newsletter:
Jonny Miller is an internal explorer. He's a former meditation teacher turned breathwork evangelist. In this conversation, we dive deep into his story. How has he changed? Is he surprised at how his life has unfolded? What is the future for breathwork? What's it like to go into a dark room for days on end? Topics: (0:00) Thank you Jonny (0:36) Freediving (5:53) Guiding in breathwork sessions (10:10) Why does Jonny focus so strongly on breathwork? (16:12) Bottom-up (20:01) Is the person who Jonny is today surprising to him? (21:36) What would be most surprising to him about himself? (23:03) Future for breathwork (27:50) What should people do to integrate their breathwork experiences? (31:15) The relaxation phase of breathwork (34:20) Flaws of current Western education system (37:41) “The conversational nature of reality” (41:10) How Jonny met his wife (43:08) Going into a darkroom (47:19) How different was Jonny’s experience from his wife’s? (48:33) What point should someone consider going into a dark room? (49:40) Andrew Taggert (53:55) Inner work = mirror (56:30) Judgment of judges (58:01) Internal Family Systems (1:02:10) Byron Katie and addiction (1:04:01) Why are some people transformed by pain in a positive direction and others in a negative direction? (1:10:45) Working with anger (1:14:30) How has love changed for Jonny? (1:19:07) How to deepen love within ourselves? (1:21:49) Deep gratitude
Eric Zimmer is the creator and host of The One You Feed Podcast, where Eric interviews authors, thought leaders, spirituals teachers, and other experts. He also was a heroin addict who is now a behavior coach. In this conversation, we spoke about self-love, behavior change, meditation, and experiencing Oneness. (0:50) Why is trust something Eric and his spiritual advisor talk about? (2:47) Why is Eric attracted to questions about meaning? (4:21) God (10:06) “Self-love is the prevention and treatment for depression” (12:45) What are ways to practice more self-love? (16:45) Why do negative thought patterns exist? (18:26) Social media’s role? (19:48) Nonprofit for disadvantaged children (23:23) From helping to heroin (29:12) What we can we do to help tackle addiction better in the future? (33:04) What separates those who make change? (37:25) How do you get someone to change? (40:30) Meditation (and the Default Mode Network) (45:43) Experiencing Oneness (55:15) Where do you get fuel from? (59:40) Before life and afterlife? (1:02:28) What drew Eric to Buddhism? (1:05:03) Eric’s thoughtfulness (1:08:08) “If you want a perfect spiritual teacher, find a dead one” (1:12:23) What does Eric feels like he’s mastered / still learning? (1:16:30) Connecting with Eric Eric's Podcast – Eric's Twitter – Continue the conversation with me... 🎙 Podcast: 🐣 Twitter: 📸 Instagram: 🕺 TikTok: 🚨 Newsletter:
Jay Clouse is a podcaster and creator. He is the host of Creative Elements, a show with over 1 million downloads (in just than 2 years). In today's interview, he talked about how to create unique messaging, his MOAT method, what it was like to work with Pat Flynn, how his voice is so silky smooth, and much more. Topics: (0:00) Intro (0:25) How Jay helped his dad plant trees (4:30) Why Jay's 1 year of journalism was his most impactful (6:43) Inverted pyramid (style of writing) (10:55) Turning blog posts into books (14:05) "Lifestyle of an author" (17:13) Timeless principles of creators (The MOAT Method) (22:43) Messaging as a creator (24:47) Working with Pat Flynn (30:02) The highs and lows of being a creator (35:12) Living on $24,000/year (38:00) How does it feel to look back on it? (39:50) Winning a negotiation (41:50) Origin of money story problem (43:20) How to get over the money story? (44:22) Jay's podcast changing his money story (46:54) Jay's silky smooth voice (51:20) Day-to-day energy levels (52:34) Work like a lion (54:23) Repurposing ideas (58:40) Cold emailing (The Rule of One Scroll) (1:03:13) Growth for podcasters and creators (1:11:24) Connecting with Jay Jay's Links Podcast / Newsletter / Twitter Continue the conversation with me... 🎙 Podcast: 🐣 Twitter: 📸 Instagram: 🕺 TikTok: 🚨 Newsletter:
(0:00) Stone’s story (6:31) Has Stone convinced any of his friends to start posting? (8:54) Where does Stone’s wisdom come from? (12:51) Execution. Grind. Hustle. (14:40) Stone’s vision (18:16) From lazy to hard work (19:58) What does a normal high schooler think of crypto? (21:39) Stone’s journey into Bitcoin (23:15) How does Stone create a piece of content? (26:00) What gives Stone confidence? (27:30) Stone’s biggest fear when starting his biz (28:50) “I love proving people wrong” (31:40) Why is our first reaction negativity/doubt? (34:23) How do you pick the right stress with business to grow? (35:45) Stone’s biggest stress 36:50 Stone’s experience in school (38:11) 2 traits every great teacher needs (40:15) Benefit to being in school (42:42) What would Stone say to a 13-year-old content creator? (45:34) Focus on your own path (47:00) Don’t get too high on your own supply (48:08) Where does Stone’s long-term view come from? (50:34) What makes Stone happy? (52:50) Connecting with Stone Stone Frederickson is an 18-year entrepreneur, digital creator, and social media strategist. He has two separate TikTok accounts with over 100,000 followers. One of them is about creating wealth/compound interest. The other is about creating content. In this episode, we went over how Stone creates content, his current biggest stress, and where his long-term view comes from. Stone's First TikTok – Stone's Second TikTok – Continue the conversation with me... 🎙 Podcast: 🐣 Twitter: 📸 Instagram: 🕺 TikTok: 🚨 Newsletter:
Nick Ercolano is the creator of BDGE - a fantasy football lifestyle brand. Nick started BDGE from his mom's house seven years ago. This year, he moved his operation into NYC offices. In this conversation, we spoke about the journey. In this wide-ranging conversation, we spoke about the Kanye documentary, judging people who vlog in public, and what Nick is putting off. (0:00) Success is happening for people at younger ages (1:14) Flaws in Gary V’s patience argument (2:50) Going on blind dates (4:05) Nick’s story (10:45) Why is Nick good on camera? (13:05) How did Nick become more introspective? (15:02) “I was okay with people judging me” (17:30) Looking at childhood (18:20) Documenting more (19:10) Judging people who vlog in public (20:30) Kanye doc (22:48 Kanye:songs, Nick:?? (24:13 Nick’s second YouTube channel (27:37 18 months before monetizing (30:04 Making money from your content (38:14) Regrets (41:13) What is Nick putting off? (44:19) People who have helped Nick (49:24) What makes for good content? (52:06) Where do I see myself in 5-10 years? (54:47) Impactful quote (56:33) 99% of the world has no idea who Nick is 58:05 Connecting with Nick Nick's Links Twitter / Instagram / BDGE
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