Emily Morse of “Loveline” and “Sex with Emily,” has been improving people’s sex lives on the radio for over 12 years. Today, she strips down with Neil and Gabby in The Truth Barrel to find out what steps you can take to improve yours.
– Solutions to the most common problems men and women face, including mismatched libido
– What a “sex script” is and how to use it
– How to improve your nonverbal communication before during and after sex
– How to get more confidence in being the sex initiator.
– How to make your partner(s) feel more desirable.
Joe Rogan sat down with ketogenic diet expert Dom D’Agastino. They discuss the benefits of running on fat for fuel, exogenous ketone supplementation, the ketogenic diet and cancer treatment, fasting, and the many other benefits of being in a state of metabolic ketosis. Enjoy!
Maria Sharapova (@MariaSharapova) is one of the best tennis players in the world. She is the winner of five Grand Slam titles (two at the French Open and one each at the Australian Open, Wimbledon, and US Open) and an Olympic silver medalist.
Forbes named Maria the highest-paid female athlete of all-time in 2005 — a title she’s held for 12 years. Off the court, she’s an ambassador for many of the world’s top luxury brands and a number of Fortune 500 companies including Porsche, Nike, Evian, and Head. In 2007, she became a goodwill ambassador for the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and has made significant contributions to Chernobyl-related projects. Her first book, Unstoppable: My Life So Far, comes out this year.
In this conversation, Maria and Tim go deep into tactics of training, mental performance, mental toughness, and much more.
Noah Kagan was #30 at Facebook, #4 at Mint.com, and is the Chief Sumo (founder) at SumoMe, which offers free tools to help grow website traffic. To keep things extra spicy, he’s become a taco connoisseur and created 4 separate products that have generated more than 7 figures. James sat down with Noah to discuss the idea of only focusing on the essentials, mentors, experimenting with new practices, and why people need to stop fighting their natural skills. Enjoy!
Cal Fussman (@calfussman) is a New York Times bestselling author and a writer-at-large for Esquire magazine, where he is best known for being a primary writer of the “What I’ve Learned” feature. He has transformed oral history into an art form, conducting probing interviews with a long list of icons who’ve shaped the last 50 years of world history. Tim asked Cal to interview Larry King. This episode is the result of that request.
Larry King (@kingsthings) has been dubbed “The most remarkable talk show host on TV, ever” by TV Guide and “Master of the mic” by Time Magazine. Larry’s been described as the Muhammad Ali of the broadcast interview, and he’s been inducted into five of the nation’s leading broadcasting halls of fame. He’s the recipient of the Allen H. Neuharth Award for Excellence in Journalism, an Emmy, the George Foster Peabody Award for Excellence in Broadcasting, ten CableACE awards — the list goes on.
James Altucher sat down with personal finance guru, Ramit Sethi to discuss his new book, Your Move: The Underdog’s Guide to Building Your Business. This is part 2 of their discussion. Check it out for awesome thoughts on the crutches we use as a society that hold us back from pursuing our ideas, the nuances we discover only after DOING, how Ramit deals with being busy, and how to meet more successful people.
James Altucher sat down with personal finance guru, Ramit Sethi to discuss his new book, Your Move: The Underdog’s Guide to Building Your Business. Ramit is best know for his New York Times bestseller I Will Teach You to Be Rich. They get into everything from morning routines (or lack there of), avacado toast, and perhaps most important, how to find business ideas and start making money. Enjoy!
James Altucher sat down with Shawn Stevenson of the Model Health Show and author of “Sleep Smarter: 21 Essential Ways to Sleep Your Way to a Better Body, Better Health, and Bigger Success” to discuss all things health. Shawn himself used to be severely overweight. One day he decided he needed to get things into gear and completely changed how he was living. James and Shawn get into why we need to exercise, how we should eat, where our water should come from, and of course, why we all need more sleep.