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Best Martin Fischer podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Martin Fischer podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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We surprise some of the world's brightest minds with ideas they're not at all prepared to discuss. With host Jason Gots and special guests Neil Gaiman, Alan Alda, Salman Rushdie, Mary-Louise Parker, Richard Dawkins, Margaret Atwood, Sam Harris, Daniel Dennett, Saul Williams, Henry Rollins, Bill Nye, George Takei, Maria Popova, and many more . . . You've got 10 minutes with Einstein. What do you talk about? Black holes? Time travel? Why not gambling? The Art of War? Contemporary parenting? So ...
 
Why is transportation of goods and people essential for our economic development and prosperity? How can we transport goods in a safe, efficient and environmentally friendly way on our streets? What importance do automated and connected commercial vehicles have? Which drive systems will move our vehicles in the future? These are some of the central questions keeping Daimler Trucks & Buses busy.Martin Daum, CEO of Trucks & Buses is pursuing these and many other pressing questions of our time. ...
 
The Poster Boys are Brandon Schaefer and Sam Smith, two designers who get together and discuss all things graphic design, share their influences, and explore and celebrate the titans of poster design history. Schaefer and Smith both work as poster designers in today’s film industry, working with clients including The Criterion Collection, IFCFilms, Oscilloscope, Death Waltz Recording Company, and Janus Films. Look as you listen by following theposterboys.tumblr.com.
 
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Heather Berlin is a cognitive neuroscientist and Professor of Psychiatry at the Icahn School of Medicine. All humans have a subjective experience of reality, but why? What does it mean that a collection of atoms, arranged into a particular configuration, is able to consider its own existence? How can it dream, reflect and not only be a passenger wi…
 
At this point, it’s very rare to read something and find myself thinking: This is something new. This is unlike anything I’ve ever read before. It doesn’t have to be written in hieroglyphs or be some kind of three-dimensional interactive reading experience with pull-out tabs and half the pages upside down. That kind of formal experimentation, in my…
 
Martin Schmalz is a professor of Finance at Oxford University and an author. We're receiving constant warnings about the advent of Artificial Intelligence. And big data. And China. But how do all of these fit together? Expect to learn why your phone's GPS data on a night time is affecting your credit score, how the speed which you complete an onlin…
 
John Assaraf is an author, entrepreneur and mindset expert. Our brains are the most complex organisms in the known universe, but they don't come with an instruction manual. Today John takes us through some of the key principles to harness our brains to work for us, not against us. Expect to learn... What are the primary emotions which affect us eve…
 
[From February through March 22, 2020 (his last day hosting Think Again) Jason will be revisiting favorite past episodes. Jason's new show, starting May 12th, is Clever Creature with Jason Gots.] -- Note: I feel I should let listeners know that this episode of Think Again is about surviving and thriving in the face of unspeakable trauma and sexual …
 
Morgan Housel is a writer and investor. Understanding the basics of money management is something none of us are taught but all of us need. Today we get a fantastic run down by a guy who's spent most of the last decade thinking about what wealth can do for us, how we can attain it, and more importantly how we can keep it. Expect to learn... What is…
 
Ryan Fischer is a multi-sport athlete, coach & gym owner. Ryan is one of the most interesting characters in fitness. From being among the top BMXers on the planet, to almost making the USA Bobsleigh Team and competing multiple times at The CrossFit Regionals. He's been a pilot, homeless, lived in his car, then started a million-dollar gym to now ha…
 
[From February through March 22, 2020 (his last day hosting Think Again) Jason will be revisiting favorite past episodes. Jason's new show, starting May 12th, is Clever Creature with Jason Gots.] Life is full of horrible things. I dare you to deny it. Things like death, sickness, and alcoholism. And did I mention death, which lies in wait for us al…
 
Michael Malice is an author, political commentator & podcaster. What happens if Biden or Bernie end up going head to head with Trump in 2020? Who created Flamin' Hot Cheetos? Why is fast fashion killing the wiping rags industry? Is it hard dating when you were once on reality TV? What is the most popular Spirit on the planet? All this & more with m…
 
Chelsea Ferguson is the founder of AdmireMe.vip. We're constantly being told that you can be anything you want and if you discover your passion in life you can find someone who will pay you for it... Well what if that passion is taking naked photos of yourself? Thankfully, even that is now an option now. Today we get to learn how Chelsea created a …
 
Since 1976, Sharon Salzberg has been sharing ancient meditation and mindfulness practices in a voice the contemporary West can understand. Her warm, funny, down-to-earth books, dharma talks, and guided meditations have helped struggling meditators worldwide establish a strong practice and reduce the suffering in their lives. In this episode master …
 
James Altucher is a chess master, writer, entrepreneur, investor, podcaster and comedian. Overcoming our life's natural inertia is hard. We overplan, overthink and hold off starting a plan because we're not ready. Today James takes us through his approach for experimenting with life and jumping into new things feet-first. This is the second in a tw…
 
James Altucher is a chess master, writer, entrepreneur, investor, podcaster and comedian. Everyone talks about compound improvements being the key to progress, but how can you systematise that into your life so you're growing every day? And how can you harness the power of idea generation to build your mental muscles & create opportunities in your …
 
Thelma and Louise, Ponch and John, Pancho and Lefty, Quixote and Sancho Panza, Marx and Engels, Marx and Chast…history and literature are full of magical buddy stories. Every now and then, for reasons no one can explain, Two people come together and produce something greater, or at least very different, from the sum of their parts. I’m here today w…
 
Tucker Max is an author, speaker and the Co-Founder of Scribe. How do you go from being a professional asshole to a dad? From beer bongs to boardrooms and drunken nights to ayahuasca retreats? There's a transition we all have to go through from the person we were to the person we want to be. Many of us go through this multiple times. But how do we …
 
Kamal Ravikant is an investor and writer. Do you love yourself? Do you even like yourself? The body and mind you inhabit is the only one you're going to get in this life. That means there is no greater priority than learning to love yourself and work collaboratively, instead of adversarially with your inner being. This is one of the most open and r…
 
Freedom. Everyone wants it, but knowing where to look for it is another matter. And to make matters worse, the world is full of things that feel like freedom but might just get us more tangled up in everything we’re trying to escape. How much freedom can money buy? How much money? How free are you on a tropical vacation? Would uploading your consci…
 
Seth Stephens-Davidowitz is a former Data Scientist at Google and a writer. There are things which you write into Google which you have never told another person. Our search history is a window into the deepest recesses of our mind which has never before been available. Time for the big data analysts like Seth to step in and look at what we can dis…
 
Roderic Yapp is a business coach and former Royal Marines Officer. What was it really like to be on the front lines in Afghanistan? How do you recapture a ship which has been taken hostage by Somali pirates? What are the universalities we can learn about our own nature from seeing these cultures at war? Extra Stuff: Leadership Forces - https://www.…
 
Charlotte Fox Weber is the Head of Psychotherapy at The School Of Life. Therapy is a term that comes with a lot of baggage. It's seen as a last ditch measure, a solution that is only needed by someone in a dire situation to "fix" a problem. But what even is therapy and what does it do? Should it only be used by the people who are at the end of thei…
 
Jonny & Yusef join me for the first episode of the new year as we ask each other what would we tell ourselves 10 years ago. If you were given a 30 second phone call to yourself 10 years ago, what would you say? Buy Bitcoin? Learn to meditate? End that relationship? Do not dye your hair blonde? Today you get to hear us crack under the pressure of an…
 
Head of Bloomberg News Germany Daimler Trucks CEO Martin Daum and Head of the news division of Bloomberg Germany Daniel Schaefer discuss globalization and its opportunities and challenges. As leaders of global organizations, the two shed light on why globalization is much more than just trade and economics, why its benefits are not taken for grante…
 
Keith Cooper is the Editor of Astronomy Now and an author. Why is searching for aliens so hard? How would they contact us? How would we decode a message? What are the potential dangers of responding? Should the general public be told if we find them? Should we be freely sending messages out into space? Extra Stuff: Buy The Contact Paradox - https:/…
 
Jonny & Yusef from Propane Fitness join me for a special Christmas edition end of year recap. In 2019 what did we love, what did we hate, what did we discover, what did we leave behind and when did we fall completely flat on our faces? Extra long, extra girthy and extra festive, thank you for all your support this year - merry Christmas everybody! …
 
If you’d told me a couple months ago that a podcast about Dolly Parton could move me deeply and raise all kinds of questions that go straight to the wounded heart of America today, I guess I would have been skeptical to say the least. But that skepticism might be exactly the point. America is an image factory. Country music. Rock and Roll. New York…
 
Benjamin Dennehy is a sales trainer. Being able to sell is a skill many people want. The ability to control your income by selling things for other people sounds like a pretty easy way to make money. So why do so many salespeople struggle to be effective? Benjamin identifies the key failures he sees on the sales floor, breaks down his best principl…
 
Koen Smets is a behavioural economist and professor. We've been told "time is money" for all our lives, but how does time RELATE to money? We can't save time the same way we can save money, so what are the implications for how we should conduct our lives? Today Koen digs deep into the relationship between time, money, life satisfaction and much mor…
 
The other day on social media a friend asked what the heck is up with this Mr. Rogers revival. Why does everyone suddenly love this guy so much? Moments before, I had been listening to a new podcast about Dolly Parton, and her weird, almost saintlike ability to bring people together across cultural divides. In a moment of deep mistrust and cynicism…
 
Sean Carroll is a theoretical physicist, podcaster and author. Quantum physics is complicated. The quantum world does not operate like the one we see around us, yet our human experience of life emerges from this strange universe. Today we learn how it can be the case that something so alien can give rise to something so familiar. Extra Stuff: Buy S…
 
Jonny and Yusef from PropaneFitness.com join me today as we talk about how to become an online coach. The opportunity to work from anywhere in the world, coaching clients into amazing shape, all whilst still only wearing your pants is a dream that many offline PTs and entrepreneurs want to achieve. Today we learn about Jonny & Yusef's journey to be…
 
I’ve spent more of my life than most people I know immersed by choice in what my guest today would call “scripture”. I was never much of a Roman Catholic, in spite of being dragged weekly to church until I was about 13 and could no longer be dragged, and, in my boredom, sometimes believing I saw the statue of Jesus moving on the cross. But in late …
 
James Lindsay is an author & researcher. I've been exposed the words Social Justice Warrior, Wokeness and Post Modernism a lot over the last year, but I don't really have a strong grasp on their origins or where they came from. Thankfully James is the perfect man to explain them to us as he's spent much of his recent career diving head first into t…
 
NBA head coach at Portland Trail BlazersMartin Daum is a die-hard basketball fan. As the CEO of a global company, he sees similarities in business and sports and often the same basic principles of leadership, team work and performance. In this episode he meets Terry Stotts – the NBA head coach of the Portland Trail Blazers.This year coach Stotts is…
 
Jonny & Yusef from PropaneFitness join me for a new series. Over the last 3 years I've spent more than 24 months sober. Choosing to not drink when you don't have an alcohol problem is a lifestyle change many people don't understand, so today we're breaking it all down. And talking about a lot of times we got far too drunk. Extra Stuff: Check out th…
 
While reading Deborah Levy’s novel THE MAN WHO SAW EVERYTHING and her recent “working autobiography” THE COST OF LIVING I often found myself pausing and kind of sinking into a passage I’d just read. Going back and rereading it not because my attention had wandered nor exactly to unpack an idea but because I felt the need to experience it over again…
 
Buster Benson is an entrepreneur & writer. How do we have a productive disagreement with another person? The art of conversing with someone to create a useful outcome is not simple. Ego, biases, reputation and much more get in the way of an optimal environment when we oppose someone's point of view. Today we learn the steps we can all take toward a…
 
The phrase “common sense” can be misleading. The way we use it in casual conversation, it means something like “that which is obvious to any sensible person, of course”. It’s like what philosopher Daniel Dennett says about the word “surely”. Surely we can all agree that it’s just an innocent word, right? Surely I’m not manipulating you by starting …
 
Brian is the Creative Director at Power Speed Endurance. We all breathe, but are we doing it right? The breath controls much more than we might realise and today Brian takes us through just how crucial proper breathing technique is to our health, performance, cognition and mood. Extra Stuff: Check out PSE - https://powerspeedendurance.com/ Check ou…
 
“Maybe the opposite of goodness is not evil. Maybe the opposite of goodness is, in fact, numbness.” There are so many questions we never ask. So many assumptions we make every second of every day because our minds and our lives are sealed off from one another, accessible only through time, patience, and the slow work of trust—all of which are often…
 
Paul Bloom is an author and a Professor of Psychology at Yale. Why is suffering a cause of pleasure for some people? What do BDSM, being robbed, extreme sports and meditation have in common? How does pleasure work? Why is empathy bad and what is the case for rational compassion? Why do we love people who have died? One of my favourite conversations…
 
Kelly Starrett is a CrossFit trainer, physical therapist, author and speaker. Expect to learn what Kelly thinks about the Game Changers documentary, his new brand The Ready State, what his most important principles are to focus on for fitness & wellbeing and much more. Extra Stuff: Follow Kelly on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/thereadystate…
 
Some experiences change you so completely that you’re left with a choice: either spend your life running from them or spend your life turning them over in memory, trying to find new ways in, through, and out the other side. The power of the impulse to explain or somehow articulate these experiences is inversely proportionate to other people’s abili…
 
Dr Larry Sanger is the ex-founder of Wikipedia. Wikipedia is almost a public utility now, like water or energy. It's one of the most visited sites on the internet and provides millions with information every day. But all might not be as pure as it seems and the utopia of the world's biggest encyclopaedia may have some fundamental flaws. Today we he…
 
President, Europe and Middle East at BrightHouse The latest episode of Transportation Matters is about the ‘Why?’. Why, as a company, are we doing business - beyond making money? What drives us, what gets us up in the morning to give it our best? In other words: What is our purpose? Martin Daum goes after these questions in his conversation with Br…
 
Aubrey Marcus is a podcaster, author and CEO. I wanted to find out how Aubrey defines living a good life, and how he structures his world to ensure that he's pointing in the right direction... As you might be able to guess, this episode is jam packed with amazing stuff. Aubrey is someone who contemplates the finer elements of exactly how to make hi…
 
Do you have a body? I do, but I was mostly unaware of this fact until somewhere in my mid-30s, when my life strategy of living like a bourbon-loving brain-in-a-vat became increasingly untenable. Since then, I’ve come to understand something that might have been obvious to you all along. The body’s not just a convenient support system for coming up …
 
Sanjay Rawal is an award-winning filmmaker. Today we learn about the longest race on earth which takes place in the middle of New York around a square block in the city - 3100 miles over 52 days. Extra Stuff: 3100: Run & Become Trailer - https://youtu.be/t1e399N_wB0 Follow Sanjay on Twitter - https://twitter.com/MrSanjayR Check out everything I rec…
 
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