Nasim Taleb is one of the greatest thinkers of our time. He is most well know for his books – The Black Swan, Fooled by Randomness, Antifragile, The Bed of Procrustes, and his latest, Skin in the Game.Read More
“If you want to learn how to scale your company, paradoxically, you can increase the likelihood of success by doing things that do not scale.”
This is a very thought provoking conversation between Reid Hoffman (co-founder of LinkedIn) and Brian Chesky (co-founder of Airbnb), about what Airbnb did in the early days (and still does) to help it scale to a $30 billion dollar business. Lots of gems in this one.
Dr. Valter Longo returns to Podcast Notes, this time with the wonderful Dr. Rhonda PatrickRead More
Some of our favorite kitchen tools and hacks to save you cash and heartache.Read More
This is an experimental post/set of posts. While many of our favorite podcasts talk about starting a new business, few actually get into the details of how to run a real business. I recently founded a company that raised over $100 million from “top tier” venture capitalists and needed to quickly become operational across NYC … Continue reading Starting Up: How to get a venture funded business operationalRead More
Wooooow what an episode. These notes contain everything you might ever want to know about cholesterol, lipoproteins, and more. Peter Attia does not disappoint.Read More
Dr. Rhonda Patrick needs no introduction,
Dr. Peter Attia needs no introduction.
Put the two of them together in a room, and your heads bound to be spinning.
Grab a cup of coffee, and take these in – thank god for notes.
Robert Greene is a New York Times bestselling author, most well know for his book – The 48 Laws of Power.
Robert and Shane discuss Robert’s writing and reading process, alive time vs. dead time, and how we can can ask better questions.Read More
This is a podcast all about drugs. It’s worth your time. I think this quote speaks wonders..
“We need to emphasize our right to explore altered states of consciousness, regardless of whether or not they’re therapeutic, safe, traditional, or spiritual. The point isn’t that it’s safe. The point is that if you want to live in a free society, you have to be allowed to take a certain amount of risk.”
Rates of anxiety and depression are up among school-aged children and teens, but why? Research shows it stems from the feeling of a lack of control. How can we, as parents, better prepare our children for the many decisions they’ll need to make throughout life, and help them cope with their anxiety.Read More