Your network is your net worth. What are you doing to maintain yours? How should we go about staying in touch with people? Because someday, that network might really come in handy - like it did for Jordan.
What does success really mean?
If you've been following the site, you know a little bit about Rich - he's a vegan/ultra endurance athlete/author/podcaster/husband/father.... the list goes on. We've heard Rich on the other side of the mic, but here he talks all about his past, his troubles with alcoholism, why it's important to always
Dr. Peter Attia is one of the most well known longevity doctors around. He's the go to for all sorts of health related questions for people like Tim Ferriss and Kevin Rose.
Patrick and Peter talk all about the idea of health span, the ties between evolution and longevity, and some simple things we all can
“When we block or suppress or push aside emotions, we actually stop ourselves from being our most effective, successful beings.” - Susan David PhD
We all have stories that we tell ourselves, a lens in which we view the world. These stories drive every aspect of how we live, how we love, and how we see
Back again.. everyone's favorite scientist, Dr. Rhonda Patrick.
Brett and Rhonda discuss micronutrients: what they are, what they do, and why we’re not getting enough of them. They then dig dig into her research into nutritional genomics, or how genes affect how your body processes nutrients. The conversation concludes discussing how stressing yourself with cold
Dr. Rhonda Patrick and Dr. Charles Raison talk all about the links between inflammation and depression, why depression occurs, and how we can utilize things like exercise and sauna use to combat it.
Lots of eye opening facts in this one. Rich and Zach get into the many harmful effects caused by consuming glyphosate, the main chemical used in Roundup, the tie between glyphosate and neurological diseases, and why it's even destroying the microbiome. Lots of antibiotic talk as well.
Lesson learned, I'll never eat non organic again.
When you study for a test or you’re trying to learn a new skill, what’s your typical approach? If you’re like most people, you might repeat facts over and over again or do the same task over and over again until you can do it in your sleep. While these brute force tactics might make
“Wellness isn’t about deprivation and it’s not about perfection. It's about pointing yourself in the direction of growth.”
Conventional wisdom says we need protein, and lots of it. Is this really true? Does it matter where we get it from? To walk us through the myths, truths and half-truths when it comes to this