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Best MentorBox podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best MentorBox podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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MentorBox is the new way of learning. If you're like most of our members you believe in expanding your knowledge and leveling up your skillsets, but you just don't have the time to read the books that you know will get you there. We engineered a new, fun and engaging way to learn directly from the highest level authors and thinkers...
 
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“The one most important thing to do is to not try to find the one most important thing to do.” - Jared Diamond(click to tweet) We’re raised around the people most genetically similar to us. This makes it very difficult to isolate how much of our identity comes from DNA and how much is driven by our environment. To complicate things even further, th…
 
Is there such a thing as originality? When we examine creativity, we can see that constructs like language and education have us undoubtedly building off a foundation that’s already been thought of before. This is the predicament the artist finds himself or herself in. To be truly unique is both impossible and very possible. We must understand what…
 
Succeeding online requires more than great content. We can spend all the time in the world perfecting the marketing video or blog post, but if search engines aren’t motivated to drive traffic there, it is a futile effort. Today, no matter the business, publishing content online is necessary for survival. But embedding SEO-rich keywords into the con…
 
A career is a series of lessons to learn from. But often times, it’s hard to see this big picture. At each job, we are met with new challenges that keep us up at night. The anxiety and frustration can be overwhelming, but these momentary obstacles are actually the moments that deepen our learning and understanding to become a bigger force in the ma…
 
The pet industry speaks for the changing times. It used to be that if you built a big enough business, you could just mass message consumers, and those seeking your product would become your customers. But today, a corgi owner only wants to know about corgi products. Technology has broken the messaging infrastructure, and now social media allows fo…
 
We check email, message our friends, and scroll through social media. This is the story of us using our smartphones. But the camera inside a smartphone offers something far greater than what we’re using it for. We can actually shoot professional quality visual content (photo and video) with just a few taps on our smartphone’s screen.…
 
McDonald’s can ask Wendy’s, “What do you think about Trump?” And then suddenly, Wendy’s has to voice its stance on the sociopolitical climate. It never used to be this way; corporations would hide behind the mechanics of the marketing and advertising machine. But today, a company must voice its authentic message to the market through the megaphones…
 
Monday morning means back to work. And as we sit down at our desks, we’re faced with the question: why does this feel the way it does? Over the weekend, we laugh and hang out with friends, and at work we find ourselves rigid and straight-faced. Tailoring dimensions of our personality for the workplace is inevitable, but just how much is too much?…
 
We all want our future reality to be superior to our current reality. But very few of us are actively choosing that course on a daily basis. We are swayed by the temptations and peer pressure of our friends, coworkers, and social circles. To pursue our goals requires a type of sacrifice that means endlessly keeping our eyes on the prize.…
 
Real estate is all over the media. From TV shows like Million Dollar Listing to news reports about the fluctuating real estate market, we are undeniably being served a narrative about real estate. This story, more often than not, touches on the points that it’s easy to “flip” houses and that our national real estate market follows macro-trends.…
 
Are you working for a company or for a person? This question is more important today than ever before. The current landscape calls for businesses and products that are lead by people. Social media is structured to serve the person at the forefront of the company, the voice of the product, and the brains behind the business.…
 
We must equally experience and observe. A healthy balance between these two forces is the recipe for success. Leaning too far in one direction will shift the balance into an unhealthy space. Those who observe too much often fall into the traps of analysis, and those who solely experience never take the time to zoom out and examine ways to improve o…
 
Approximately half of all marriages end in divorce. So then why does it carry such a stigma in today’s world? If one out of every two marriages in our network are bound to end in a split, then we must adjust our idea of what it means to be married. According to the data, the likelihood of a lifetime partnership is just not in the human being’s favo…
 
Innovation is required for survival. But most companies forget this in their pursuit of profit. They lock on to strongly to the safe bets, those that ensure a steady gain month-to-month. However, this path plateaus over time, and the organization will become stagnant. To experience growth, resources must be allocated to innovation departments that …
 
It’s hard to know when to work hard and when to relax. Today, more than ever before, the stress on productivity is constant. We feel we can do more with our days, squeeze more commitments into our free time, and then we will live a more fruitful life. But the reality is that we don’t. Increased productivity comes from a different perception of time…
 
We can’t just read. As tempting as it might be to endlessly get lost in books, we must also choose to live our own lives. A healthy balance between life experience and reading gives us the flexibility is the secret to success. Books teleport us to new realities, but experiencing the world ourselves is what gives us the superpower to write our own r…
 
Everyone is starting a podcast. It seems that with each week, somebody you know is posting about his/her podcast. Dogs, religion, weather—the topic of conversation doesn’t matter, anything goes in this new medium. But before you dive in and start your own, it’s important to take a step back and make sure you’re approaching it as deliberately as pos…
 
We all have strengths and weaknesses. So we’re left with the decision: do we spend time working on our weaknesses or do we pursue our strengths instead? By pursuing the former, we create a more well-rounded individual. But if we choose the latter, we are able to cut through the noise by specializing and being that much better than the competition.…
 
Our brains are hardwired for story. When we are exposed to a compelling conflict with engaging characters, our minds become enraptured by the events at play. The science shows that we remember stories roughly 22 times more than non-story content. This means we must infuse this story-based content into each vertical of our personal brand.…
 
Traveling is scary. You pack your bag, hop an airplane, and have to find your way through a foreign country. But traveling is only scary because we’re so embedded in our routine of comfort. When you travel, those known variables of your day-to-day (where to eat, how to get from A to B, etc.) get ruptured by the spontaneity required for the adventur…
 
We can’t let go of our smartphones. No matter where you go or who you look at, it seems everyone around you is glued to the device in their hands. While this may seem like society is shifting into technological addiction, the rising force of Generation Z says otherwise. While yes, they lean heavily on their devices, it is actually that exact behavi…
 
We don’t like Wall Street. Financial institutions are heavily stigmatized in today’s world. Movies like The Wolf of Wall Street and current events like the financial crisis of 2008 leave us distrusting the economic powers that run our world. While this may feel like the appropriate response, that distrust fuels ignorance, as we reject the instituti…
 
A full-time job no longer means 40 hours per week. Instead, it asks you to be committed to the company mission, available on Slack at all hours of the day. We, as a society, have accepted this shift because the companies we work for are no longer the soul-sucking corporations of the past. Today, more than ever before, companies must have a socially…
 
Eating healthy and exercising are difficult habits to maintain. If your office orders pizza for lunch, your body gets stuck metabolizing the rest of the day. Your workout that night is cancelled and the whole week is thrown off-course. But what if you had the mental fortitude to resist that office pizza party? What if you thought about health in a …
 
Most of us do the same thing every day. And with this monotonous routine, it can become difficult to stay motivated. However, we can hack this complacency by figuring out what our greater goals are and what metrics lie beneath those goals. From there, we can track those analytics to monitor our progress along the way to success.…
 
Dreaming is tricky territory. That’s because visualizing our dreams can sometimes feel like we’re living them in the physical reality. If we’re not careful, this illusion can lead us astray and we will spend our days dreaming instead of doing. However, once we become mindful of this, we can start to visualize our dreams with an emphasis on making t…
 
Machine-learning has never been smarter. With our smartphones predicting where we’re going and our social media applications feeding us a curated news feed of our friends’ updates, we are becoming less and less responsible for our choices. It is no secret that we are becoming part-human and part-robot; however, instead of being frightened by this s…
 
We all have that one goal we’re too scared to attempt. But why are we scared to go after it? Is it actually because we think the goal is too challenging? Or is it because we’re scared of what we’ll learn about ourselves if we accomplish the goal? If you achieve the impossible, your other excuses for not accomplishing x,y, and z are exposed as hollo…
 
Watching TV used to mean watching commercials. But today, we’re either bingeing on commercial-free platforms like Netflix and Amazon or turning to our smartphones when the commercials play. Research shows that 89% of TV ads are ignored today. So what does this mean for the brands who can no longer interrupt us with their messaging?…
 
Intellectual humility opens the gateways to productive conversation. But those who are certain in their beliefs don’t see it this way. When we find ourselves in discussions with these individuals, we are unable to push the needle, trapped in their bounds of thinking. Progress in any political conversation, business decision, or personal conflict re…
 
We are evolutionarily hardwired to focus on the negative. But that doesn’t serve us well in today’s society. We no longer need these sensitive receptors to stress or violence because our world has removed lions and tigers from our lives. However, we can’t remove the hardwiring, so we displace it onto things that don’t deserve it (i.e., work, relati…
 
When you believe your dreams to be unique, you won’t achieve them. That’s because you have the perfect excuse for inaction. How can you know how to accomplish a dream if nobody has ever done it before? But that’s where we go wrong. No matter the industry, profession, or success story, somebody has done what you’re dreaming up. And as the Chinese Pr…
 
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