Mindful living without meditation or yoga, but through the simple act of actively noticing things.
David Allen is the author of international best-seller Getting Things Done. Published in over 28 languages, TIME magazine heralded it as “the defining self-help business book of its time.” He’s been recognized by Forbes as one of the top five executive coaches in the United States, and as one of the "Top 100 thought leaders" by Leadership magazine. He is the engineer of the GTD® methodology, which has shown millions how to transform their lives to produce successful outcomes. Let’s hear more from him on this episode of the podcast.
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Who Is Aubrey Marcus? CEO of Onnit and WarriorPoet talks to Ben Greenfield about his life, philosophy, nutrition, training and more.
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In this episode, TED speakers consider why sometimes we need to make mistakes and face them head-on.
In this episode, David and Katie share some of their favorite apps and workflows for getting work done on the iPad.
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In episode #53 We talk about the foot powered lathe, the trip to Germany.
as what angle should you use a crosscut or a rip cut saw, how much your
wife influences your work and other listener questions.
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Marc Maron is a standup comedian, actor, and host of one of the biggest podcasts ever: WTF with Marc Maron. Recording in his garage in Highland Park, Los Angeles, Maron has long, free-wheeling conversations with every kind of famous person you can think of, from comedians, to actors, to musicians — even President Barack Obama when he was still in the White House.
When you listen to WTF, though, you aren’t just listening for the guest. Maron has a big personality, and it shows in his interviews. He’s not rattling off a list of questions, but instead he’s having a really intimate and revealing conversation. It doesn’t always go great, but it always reveals a lot about the guest, even if they aren’t into it.
Marc and Jesse talk about what it’s like recording his very popular show in his garage, his tactics for getting people to open up to him, and the differences between his standup and podcast personas. They also discuss two very different people who loom large in their consciousness: Terry Gross and Chris Hardwick.
Marc’s podcast WTF with Marc Maron comes out twice a week. He also has a book called Waiting for the Punch coming out this fall.
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Marc presents a special audio version of the first chapter of Waiting for the Punch: Words to Live by from the WTF Podcast. This chapter features thirty WTF guests talking with Marc about growing up. Hear from Conan O’Brien, Sir Ian McKellen, Kevin Hart, Mel Brooks, RuPaul Charles, Jim Gaffigan, John Oliver, Maria Bamford, Paul Scheer, Norm Macdonald, Molly Shannon, John Darnielle, Ahmed Ahmed, Dave Attell, Russell Peters, Joe Mande, Ron Funches, Allie Brosh, Gillian Jacobs, The Amazing Johnathan, Jon Glaser, Amy Schumer, Wyatt Cenac, Aimee Mann, Tom Arnold, Bruce Springsteen, Leslie Jones, Terry Gross, Dan Harmon, and President Barack Obama.
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