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  1. Shane Parrish: Brain Food — David Perell

    LISTEN HERE: ITUNES | OVERCAST | PLAYERFMShane Parrish is a partner at Syrus Partners and the mind behind one of my favorite blogs, Farnam Street. The blog is devoted to helping you develop an understanding of how the world really works, make better decisions, and live a better life. Shane writes about mental models, decision making, learning, reading, and the art of living. He draws from both the sciences and the humanities, expanding the intellectual horizons of his readers, helping them connect ideas, think in multidisciplinary ways, and cultivate meaning in their lives. I first discovered the blog in college and credit Shane for so much of my intellectual curiosity. He writes a weekly newsletter called Brain Food that covers all that he’s learned in the week beforehand. To help you cut through the noise, he includes his favorite books and articles with a high signal-to-noise ratio. He also hosts a podcast called The Knowledge Project. I recommend this episode with Rory Sutherland. In this episode, Shane reveals counterintuitive secrets to learning history through the lens of his recent trip to France. We also dissected one of my favorite mental models — why the map is not the territory. It’s a fascinating one that changed the way I see the world. I hope you enjoy this episode as much as I did. 


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  2. Episode 130: Ryan Holiday – What Is Your Greatest Enemy? Your Ego - Learning Leader Show

    Episode 130: Ryan Holiday – What Is Your Greatest Enemy? Your Ego

    Posted on 5 Jun 2016

    By Ryan Hawk

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    Episode 130: Ryan Holiday – What Is Your Greatest Enemy? Your Ego

    If you enjoyed the first conversation Ryan Holiday and I had, then you will absolutely love this one.  We went much deeper on a number of really interesting topics including: Destiny (does it choose us?), Ego, Stoicism, Risk, Metallica, Focus, Silence, and Gawker Media… I loved it.

    Ryan Holiday is a media strategist and prominent writer on strategy and business. After dropping out of college at nineteen to apprentice under Robert Greene, author of The 48 Laws of Power, he went on to advise many bestselling authors and multiplatinum musicians. He served as director of marketing at American Apparel for many years, where his campaigns have been used as case studies by Twitter, YouTube, and Google and written about in AdAge, the New York Times, and Fast Company.

    His most recent book, “Ego Is The Enemy” draws on a vast array of stories and examples, from literature to philosophy to his­tory. We meet fascinating figures such as George Marshall, Jackie Robinson, Katharine Graham, Bill Belichick, and Eleanor Roosevelt, who all reached the highest levels of power and success by con­quering their own egos. Their strategies and tactics can be ours as well.

    Episode 130: Ryan Holiday – What Is Your Greatest Enemy? Your Ego

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    “Ryan Holiday is one of his generation’s finest thinkers, and this book is his best yet.” – Steven Pressfield, author of New York Times bestseller “The War of Art”

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    In This Episode, You Will Learn:

    The importance of always being a student – “One cannot learn that which they think they already know.”

    The remarkable story of Kirk Hammett, lead guitar player for Metallica – His actions upon being hired will blow you away (and inspire you)

    Ryan’s process for receiving feedback and coaching

    Why it’s not wise to try and impress others

    Being motivated to prove people right

    The importance of your spouse

    The power of silence and how it relates to Robert Greene’s work in The 48 Laws of Power

    The phrase confident and secure leaders are willing to say that others are not

    Don’t follow your passion, follow your effort – Nobody quits what they’re good at

    What is destiny?  Is it predetermined?

    Meeting your heroes in person

    Why Ryan feels that Gawker is one of the worst media companies of all time and the piece he wrote about Peter Thiel

    Great giveaways for his book

    “Be an anteambulo – Clear the path for others to be successful.”

    “One cannot learn that which they think they already know.”

    Continue Learning:

    Go To Ryan’s Website: RyanHoliday.net

    Read: Ego Is The Enemy

    Follow Ryan on Twitter: @RyanHoliday

    Follow Me on Twitter: @RyanHawk12

    You may also like these episodes:

    Episode 107: Simon Sinek – Leadership: It Starts With Why

    Episode 127: Adam Grant – How Originals Impact The World

    Episode 117: Tim Urban – Using Procrastination To Perform A TED Talk

    Episode 114: Cal Newport – Deep Work Is Your Super Power

    Did you enjoy the podcast?

    This was a jam packed episode full of great content.  Ryan Holiday is a leader who leads an very interesting life. Who do you know that needs to hear this?  Send them to The Learning Leader Show!

    Episode edited by the great J Scott Donnell

    From The Prologue of “Ego Is The Enemy”

    “While the history books are filled with tales of obsessive visionary geniuses who remade the world in their image with sheer, almost irrational force, I’ve found that history is also made by individuals who fought their egos at every turn, who eschewed the spotlight, and who put their higher goals above their desire for recognition.”


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  3. How To Stop Living Your Life On Autopilot, Take Control, and Build a Toolbox of Mental Models to Understand Reality with Farnam Street’s Shane Parrish — The Science of Success Podcast

    Do you feel like your life is on auto-pilot? Do you want to take control and build a better and deeper understanding of reality? In this episode we discuss mental models, cognitive biases, go deep on decision-making and how to improve and build a smarter decision-making framework and we look at a number of key mental models that you can add to your mental toolbox.If you want to dramatically improve your decision making with a few short steps - listen to this episode! Shane Parrish is the founder and author of the Farnam Street blog, which has been featured in Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times, and much more, its one of my personal favorite blogs and an incredible resource dedicated to making you smarter every day by mastering the best of what other’s have already figured out.We discuss the following topics:-Why you should focus on mastering things that change slowly or don’t change at all-Why reading “pop” books and news doesn’t make you smarter-How to pattern interrupt yourself when you get focused on the wrong things-What “mental models” are and how you can use them to your advantage-Why you should focus on your “circle of competence"-How to reduce your blindspots and make better decisions-Simple steps you can take right now to improve your decision-making-How to think about the world like Charlie Munger-How you can avoid becoming “a man with a hammer"-Why you should focus on avoiding stupidity instead of trying to be smart-Why its so important that you should keep a decision journal (how to do it)-And much more! Learn more and visit Shane at https://www.farnamstreetblog.com/


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  4. Ep. 134: “A Minimum of Eels” - Roderick on the Line - Merlin Mann

    Merlin Mann’s frank & candid weekly phone call with John Roderick of The Long Winters



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  5. Episode Thirteen: Rohde — The Brooks Review – Podcast

    This week Mike Rohde joins me to talk all about note taking and, of course, Sketchnotes.



    Episode Links

    The Sketchnote Workbook: Advanced techniques for taking visual notes you can use anywhere: Mike Rohde: 9780133831719: Amazon.com: Books

    New York City – Rohdesign – Designer Mike Rohde

    Storehouse: Your stories, as they happen.

    Washington DC Sketchnotes – an album on Flickr

    Alaska 09 Sketchnotes – an album on Flickr

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  6. ZEN & TECH 62: How to survive a breakup | iMore

    ZEN & TECH is Mobile Nations' lifestyle podcast where we work on centering your inner geek and using technology to help reduce stress and live better lives. In today’s episode, Georgia and Rene talk about how to handle a breakup. From staying classy to killing connections to dealing with grief to finding distraction to moving on and finding love again.

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  7. Maccast 2014.02.21- Brett Terpstra

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    A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Episode 476. Ever since I took the Maccast on as my full time gig many have asked me about the experience, but I’ve never really discussed it. Brett Terpstra, just recently left his full time gig to work on his own projects so I thought it would be a perfect time to have him on and tackle this topic.

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  8. We’re Gonna Get Email - The Talk Show - Mule Radio Syndicate

    The Talk Show

    Episode 68

    January 28, 2014


    We’re Gonna Get Email

    with Marco Arment

    Special guest Marco Arment joins John Gruber for part one of a two part episode. Topics include the history of the Mac, the differences between programming for the web and native apps, the recent iPhone sales numbers, and the supremacy of Fahrenheit over Celsius.

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