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The Live a Life You Love Show is where overachievers come to find peace, purpose, and fulfillment. The purpose of this show is to help you dig deeper – to go beyond success and achievement, find what’s missing, and create a truly spectacular life. Guests include entrepreneurs, authors, spiritual gurus, monks, and more. I’m Jeremy Hendon, and I’ve built and sold businesses, lived and traveled around the world, eaten at the world’s best restaurants, and become friends with well-known entrepren ...
 
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On this episode of the Rocky Top Insider Podcast, RTI’s Trey Wallace is joined by 247Sports’ Josh Pate, host of the Late Kick Youtube & Late Kick Pod, to discuss all things Tennessee football, including what the Vols’ defense may look like under defensive coordinator Tim Banks. Make sure you don’t miss any episodes on the RTI podcast network! Subsc…
 
On this episode of the Rocky Top Insider Podcast, RTI’s Trey Wallace is joined by ESPN’s Marty Smith to discuss the Jeremy Pruitt era, the hiring of Danny White, the Tennessee coaching search, Rick Barnes and Tennessee basketball, the final days of Phillip Fulmer as athletic director, what music he’s listening to these days and the 2021 NASCAR seas…
 
On this episode of the Rocky Top Insider Podcast, RTI’s Trey Wallace was joined by ESPN’s Ryan McGee to discuss the Daytona 500 and Dale Earnhardt Sr., as well as the Jeremy Pruitt era, where Tennessee went wrong hiring Phillip Fulmer to be the athletic director and the new era of UT football under the guidance of Danny White and Josh Heupel. Make …
 
On this episode of the Rocky Top Insider Podcast, Rocky Top Insider’s Trey Wallace was joined by former Tennessee wide receiver Josh Palmer to discuss his career as a Vol and the ongoing NFL Draft process. Make sure you don’t miss any episodes on the RTI podcast network! Subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts here! And make sure to subscribe to…
 
On this episode of the Diamond Vols Podcast on Rocky Top Insider, managing editor Ben McKee is joined by Mike Wilson of the Knoxville News Sentinel to preview the 2021 Tennessee baseball season that begins this Friday. The two discuss year four expectations for Tony Vitello’s squad and what Tennessee’s starting lineup could look like, as well as wh…
 
On this episode of the Rocky Top Insider Podcast, managing editor Ben McKee is joined by new Rocky Top Insider contributor Trey Wallace to break down Tennessee’s offensive coaching staff that was announced on Monday. The two discuss what they like about Josh Heupel’s initial offensive coaching staff, how much each coach is going to be paid, Kodi Bu…
 
On this episode of the Rocky Top Insider Podcast, managing editor Ben McKee is joined by Matthew Ray of VR2 on Sports Illustrated to discuss the latest with Tennessee football. The two discuss new athletic director Danny White’s decision to hire UCF’s Josh Heupel to be the 27th head football coach of Tennessee football. They also discuss what a pot…
 
On this episode of the Rocky Top Insider Podcast, managing editor Ben McKee is joined by Matthew Ray of VR2 on Sports Illustrated to discuss the latest with Tennessee football. The two discuss Jeremy Pruitt being fired, Phillip Fulmer announcing that he will retire, Kevin Steele serving as the interim coach, possible athletic directors for Tennesse…
 
On this episode of the Rocky Top Insider Podcast, managing editor Ben McKee is joined by Matthew Ray of VR2 on Sports Illustrated to discuss the latest with Tennessee football. The two discuss Virginia Tech transfer quarterback Hendon Hooker committing to Tennessee, the latest with Jeremy Pruitt’s job status and whether or not the Vols have a chanc…
 
On this episode of the Rocky Top Insider Podcast, managing editor Ben McKee is joined by RTI contributor Blake Von Hagen to discuss the latest with Tennessee basketball. The two discuss Tennessee’s dominating win over No. 12 Missouri to begin conference play, Yves Pons’ performance in the win and Saturday’s game against Alabama. Then, Roger Hoover …
 
When a promising new technology emerges, we’re usually also able to see many of the obstacles and glitches. And so long as the promise is great enough, we’re willing to work through early hiccups. But we’re often less willing or able to see the trade-offs – those aspects of the new technology that aren’t ephemeral. When Satoshi unveiled Bitcoin to …
 
Roy Amara was known primarily as a tech futurist. But when he completed his service as a Navy technician after World War II, had to make a big decision about what to do with the rest of his life. Roy was a man who liked to be at the center of things. So after using his GI Bill to study at MIT, Roy moved his family to California, a state he loved bu…
 
Mt. Gox – a one-time cryptocurrency exchange – was founded in 2010. By early 2014 – a short 4 years, Mt. Gox was processing about 70% of all bitcoin transactions in the world. And while everyone noticed how much Mt Gox had grown, something else happened between 2011 and 2014 that nobody noticed. Starting in 2011, hackers stole over 650,000 Bitcoins…
 
A few weeks ago, I was lucky enough to have an awesome conversation with Jack Gavigan, who is the COO of Z-Cash and someone who’s been at the intersection of tech and finance for a long time (he’s worked at Credit Suisse, Morgan Stanley, & Lloyds, to name just a few places he’s landed during his career). Our conversation was fantastic and lasted fo…
 
In 1660, Prince Rupert traveled to England from his home in Germany. Like many noblemen of his time, Prince Rupert was seemingly related to almost everyone else in the nobility – so despite being a German prince, he was also a nephew of the English king. And so – while in England, the German prince introduced the English king to what was then a ver…
 
On Halloween Day in 2017, executives from Facebook, Google, and Twitter sat in front of a group of US Senators and were grilled for hours about how they allowed disinformation and Russian ads to be shown to some 126 million people. But while this question about Russian ads might be important, it’s also very limited in its scope. What’s not being ad…
 
On Monday, September 15th, 2008, tourists and locals stood outside and watched as employees of Lehman Brothers left the New York City headquarters on news that the bank would need to liquidate or file bankruptcy. 46 Days later, Satoshi Nakamoto posted the first white paper outlining Bitcoin. Less than 3 months later, the first Bitcoin code was rele…
 
I’m joined today by Arvind Narayanan, an assistant professor at Princeton University, who is an assistant professor at Princeton and an affiliate scholar at Stanford Law School’s Center for Internet and Society. He’s well know for his work on privacy, security, and de-anonymization, and he’s one of the foremost scholars on privacy and security in c…
 
When the first human built a wheel 6 or 7,000 years ago, they couldn’t have possibly imagined that.. the humble wheel might soon be attached to carts to create wagons and carriages, an insightful potter might turn the wheel on its side to aid in the creation of various pottery, one day, someone would cut teeth into a wheel to create gears and cogs …
 
In this episode, we dive a bit deeper into how Cryptocurrency TECHNICALLY works – from mining to hash functions to digital signatures. And to do this I’ve got 2 awesome guests – you’ll hear parts of each conversation today, and then in the next few episodes, you’ll hear the rest of each conversation separately. Today’s episode is itself a mashup of…
 
In 1514, Andries van Wesel was born in Brussels, but he was better known by his latin name Andreas Vesalius. Andreas grew up to become a very well-respected doctor, but he kept noticing certain inaccuracies in medical knowledge – particularly related to the human body. And, as he discovered, these inaccuracies were due primarily to one cause… You s…
 
Imagine the DeLorean was just invented and you got to take a ride in it. And you traveled back in time to 1751. At that time, Benjamin Franklin (supposedly) hadn’t yet harnessed the power of electricity and candle sales were still booming. So after being there for a few days, you might decide to try explaining electricity to those mid-18th Century …
 
The post The Importance of Play (LALYL #003) appeared first on Jeremy Hendon: Live a Life You Love. Depression, decreased emotional regulation, diminished impulse control, shallow relationships, higher likelihood of violent crime. Those are just a few of the things that are made more likely by playing too little. In this episode of Live a Life You …
 
The post How to Transform Your Life: Change versus Transcendence (LALYL #001) appeared first on Jeremy Hendon: Live a Life You Love. If you like the article below, I also recorded a podcast episode on this topic. You can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or Stitcher, or you can listen to the episode below (at the end of the article). If you want t…
 
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