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Podcasts are every Sunday and are either a 10 minute short article that can help you, or a 45 minute interview with someone who has done amazing things!  Find them on iTunes, Tunein, podchaser, podbean, last.fm, spotify and google musi

Training Wheels

Training Wheels

I want to do amazing things! People who are motivational speakers never miss a chance to tell you about an amazing thing that they have done. It’s sort of part of their job description right? They are there typically to tell you about an amazing thing they did or...

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Zuby

Zuby

Zuby Zuby gained notoriety with a single tweet - He talks about the absurdity of it, and the fame it gained him. An Oxford graduate with a degree in computer science, he has quite a bit of creativity—making yet another "dual-brained" individual I have a chat with....

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Self-control

Self-control

Do you have self-control? Have you ever been told that you should exercise self-control or have more self-control? Have you ever examined a problem that you have and thought if you only had more self-control you would not have the problem. Do you have kids? Because...

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John McAfee

John McAfee

John McAfee talks phones that spy on you, running for president, being played by Michael Keaton in the upcoming movie, bitcoin reaching $1,000,000 and what he actually did to the reporter in Belize.

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Passion

Passion

Do you have passion? Do you have passion in your life? Are you a passionate person? People use that word quite often… and it’s kind of annoying.

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Random Thoughts (not mine—yours)

Random Thoughts (not mine—yours)

Stream of consciousness - not The good news is that this podcast is not about my "random thoughts." If you've listened to my two podcasts on writing that book you know that I'm not a fan of streams of consciousness as your first book, or your second, or your fifth. So...

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Scott Adams

Scott Adams

Scott Adams is often introduced as "the creator of Dilbert." Indeed he is, however he has done so much more. His latest creation is the best-selling book, LoserThink: How Untrained Brains are Ruining America. Like his other books, it focuses on persuasion, success and...

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Framework

Framework

What’s the framework of your life? It sounds like a big question and it sounds like something that one would design. But instead it’s something we end up with isn’t it?. What do I mean by framework. I mean the metaphorical things that support your life When things...

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Motivation or information?

Motivation or information?

Do you want motivation or information? Do you want inspiration or a dissertation? This is a very basic question and yet it’s one I am only asking you after podcasting for a year. It’s a very basic question and one that you should ask yourself. If you seek out...

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Tesla and the whole

Tesla and the whole

I have much reverence for Tesla - not the car company or the car (although I appreciate them) but instead the man they are named after - Nikola Tesla. In fact I have a picture of him (along with three other people) in my office. Tesla is responsible for creating...

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Stolen Validation and Writing

Stolen Validation and Writing

In a previous podcast I talked about stolen validation. So let’s back up and talk about the V word first. Validation As I affirm in The Status Game II I believe that the most important and powerful feeling we can experience as humans is validation. It comes in all...

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Flair for dissonance

Flair for dissonance

I was recently watching a young man entertain a small group of people with his cello. This set up was simple in that he just had the cello footpedal and some additional music he played through Bluetooth speaker. After every song and applause he would comment about the...

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Dissonance for flair

Dissonance for flair

My interview with Tieg - the cellist mentioned in the previous podcast. Sort of a two-parter for you. We cover what music means to him, creativity, his special brand of music and travelling to Spain. The background music is by Tieg and ranges from classic to modern...

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Does this suck?

Does this suck?

Does this suck? If you're a creative or anyone that produces a project or a work product of some kind that you can take a step back and look at, at some point you may have asked "Does this suck?" Let’s get this out of the way - I’m not talking about not having the...

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Resolutions revisited

Resolutions revisited

Hi. How are those New Year's Resolutions doing? (pause for gasps, pregnant silence and bad looks) You made some right? Because you didn't really listen to me when I said resolutions were a bad idea - that's understandable because I'm just a disembodied voice and...

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