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Best Technology That Gives You Superpowers podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Technology That Gives You Superpowers podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Bulletproof Executive Radio was born out of a fifteen-year single-minded crusade to upgrade the human being using every available technology. It distills the knowledge of world-class MDs, biochemists, Olympic nutritionists, meditation experts, and more than $1M spent on personal self-experiments. From private brain EEG facilities hidden in a Canadian forest to remote monasteries in Tibet, from Silicon Valley to the Andes, high tech entrepreneur Dave Asprey used hacking techniques and tried e ...
 
Stanford Innovation Lab is brought to you by the Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP). This series is designed to give you a taste of the topics we explore in our classes on innovation and entrepreneurship. Our host is Stanford’s Tina Seelig, who teaches courses across the university that empower students to be more confident, creative and entrepreneurial in life.
 
Here’s an Idea is a podcast series from Tech Briefs that goes behind the scenes of today's most innovative technologies and industries. Each episode takes on a different theme, and host Billy Hurley gives engineers, scientists, and industry experts the platform to discuss their process and share their insights.
 
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Podcast Notes Key Takeaways In addition to reading the classics, every now and then, make sure you read for fun You’re often better off re-reading your favorite books instead of constantly searching for new material Besides, with the best books, you’ll never be able to extract all of the important information during your first pass-through Also, re…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways “I think IQ is overrated, especially by smart people, and stamina is highly valuable” – Tyler Cowen “In general, we all tend to overrate people who are like ourselves” – Tyler Cowen A ton of money goes into higher education, but there needs to be more research studies conducted related to how professors can improve their…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Putting more hours into your job doesn’t always equal better results “Putting in more time doesn’t mean anything other than you’re putting in more time. You’re not guaranteeing yourself a better outcome.” – Jason Fried “For me, success isn’t defined by revenue targets or big numbers; it’s defined by these questions: ‘Do …
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways “Design is all about emotion” – Frank Stephenson As most cars look alike, a car’s design is one of the best ways to stand out and create an emotional connection with customers “Designers aren’t wired to play it safe; they’re wired to take risks” – Frank Stephenson Every car needs a design language—a brand recognition fac…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Adam Robinson, during his appearance on The Knowledge Project (Part I and Part II Podcast Notes), defined stupidity as “overlooking or dismissing conspicuously crucial information” Adam also discussed 7 factors that cause stupidity (which all happen to be present in U.S. hospitals): Being outside of your normal environme…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways (The 5 Most Overrated Supplements) 1) Branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs) 2) Fat Burners 3) Nitrous oxides boosters 4) Testosterone boosters 5) Collagen protein Read the full notes @ podcastnotes.org Subscribe to the MInd Pump Podcast In this episode of Quah (Q & A), Sal, Adam & Justin answer Pump Head questions about how…
 
In this episode of Bulletproof Radio, my guest is an entrepreneur, a nutritional expert, and a New York Timesbest-selling author of the book “Glow15.” Naomi Whittel is recognized as an innovator in the health and wellness industry, and an advocate for clean and safe nutrition. Naomi cracked the Top 10 all-time favorite Bulletproof Radio episodes an…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways A high-protein diet aids: Muscle-burning Fat-burning Muscle/bone loss with old age Protein is the most thermogenic and satiating macronutrient. To facilitate weight loss, eat more protein. For maximum benefits, aim to consume 1 gram of protein per pound of body weightper day (0.6-0.8 grams per pound of body weight at the…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Finite vs. infinite games: Finite games are the familiar contests of everyday life played to be won (when they end) Infinite games are played not to be won, but with the sole goal of continuing play If you can, consider reading books in your non-native language; here’s why James reads in both French and German, in additi…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways What’s holding people back in life? “It’s all of the internal bullsh*t that people are dealing with that holds them back—their fears of failure; their fears of what will people think of them on social media if they try and fail”– John Assaraf Framing negative experiences in a positive light is crucial for success Remembe…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Wealth brings some respect and admiration, but not nearly as much as you think Wealth’s greatest power: having the freedom to do what you want, when you want (and people are happier when they have control over their schedules) If you make over $32k/year, you’re in the top 1%—it’s all a matter of perspective “Wealth is wh…
 
In this episode of Bulletproof Radio, Dr. Jolene Brighten returns to the show with more wisdom and honest talk about hormones. As an international speaker, clinical educator and medical advisor within the tech community, she’s considered a leading authority on women’s health. She’s a prominent voice in the field of women’s medicine and the emerging…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Podcasting is the free press “The internet, in the last 20 years, has been amazing for many things, but I think it was built for podcasting more than anything else—more than social media. I think e-commerce is great, but buying things isn’t nearly as beneficial to humanity as dissemination of information … I think it’s t…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Reading advice: Read more of what’s stood the test of time Start reading a ton of books, but only finish those you truly enjoy Read to learn, not to read The longer you’re willing to suffer on a project, the less competition you’ll have Be willing to look like an idiot—it’s your first step on the road to success Live lif…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Sirtuins are a class of proteins that have two jobs: 1) Regulate gene expression 2) Help repair DNA damage Sirtuins need NAD+ to function properly. Without it, aging is accelerated. As we age, our NAD+ levels drop By the time we’re 50, our NAD+ levels are about half what they were when we were 20 You can boost NAD+ throu…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways If you’re going to eat a piece of produce’s skin or peel, buy organic Protein is the most satiating macronutrient; to facilitate weight loss, eat more protein If you’re eating a healthy, whole foods-heavy diet, aim to consume 3-5 grams of sodium per day (double what the American Heart Association recommends) Avoid seat s…
 
BiOptimizers founders Wade Lightheart and Matt Gallant join me on Bulletproof Radio to share exciting new research about magnesium and why you need the right kinds in the right amounts to get all the benefits. Wade and Matt are known fondly as the “we fix digestion” guys. You may know them from their previous Bulletproof Radio episodes: #515—How to…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways It’s equally important for women to optimize their lives around the infradian clock as it for everyone to optimize their lives around their circadian clock “Nature has designed women to feel good during each of the four cycle phases” – Alissa Vitti Pre-menopausal women shouldn’t intermittent fast beyond the 12-hour windo…
 
Podcast Notes Why Write of Passage is Different | Episode 21 Most online education courses are self-paced; Write of Passage is live Most online courses are easy and relaxed; Write of Passage is hard and intense The fact is, difficult experiences are the transformative ones “You never go on a beach holiday and say, ‘Wow. That changed my life.'” – Da…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways As an investor: It’s important to expose yourself to as many ideas and people as possible Sharing your ideas with others is also critical—you never know what or who someone may know Reading a wide variety of books is also essential The best entrepreneurs (and athletes) are those with a chip on their shoulder The best inv…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways “60 is the new 40 and 80 is the new 60” – Daniel Levitin “Statistically, older adults are happier. In fact, across 60 different countries, the peak age of happiness occurs around 82.” – Daniel Levitin Older people are better at seeing patterns—they have more information and experiences to draw on As people age, they beco…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways: Central banks actively suppress savings (i.e., holding a cash balance) On the grand scale, fewer savings results in a more fragile economy; here’s why: People have limited ability to deal with unexpected events Fewer savings results in distorted price signals When people allot more of their money to financial markets in…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways David doesn’t rule out the fact that we’re living in a simulation After all, if a simulation were designed well enough, it’d be indistinguishable from a non-simulated reality The different types of consciousness: Access consciousness: being able to access information from your mind Reflective consciousness: being able to…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways “Publishing advances one bankruptcy at a time” – Robert Cottrell We’ve been financing good writing with bad advertising for far too long—it’s just not doable The best predictor of a piece of writing’s quality is the writer The world has shifted from the mindset of, “Never meet people from the internet,” to, “Only meet pe…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways “It’s easy for life to become an arms race, but when you live in a place with more diversity, when you live where there’s not one industry or one scene that dominates all the others, you become more inwardly focused on what’s important to you.” – Ryan Holiday Treat seemingly absurd ideas as reversible experiments Whether…
 
In this episode of Bulletproof Radio, the topic of skin gets to shine. Caring for your largest organ can take many forms. What’s right for you could range from skincare to rejuvenation procedures to lasers or light therapies. It’s all about your individual aging goals. In this judgment-free show, I talk with skin rejuvenation and anti-aging expert …
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways The death toll from the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) just surpassed 900 people, making it more deadly than 2002-2003 SARS epidemic When will a widespread and widely available coronavirus vaccine be ready? “With luck, we’re probably looking at something along the lines of a year” – Slavea Chankova The best-case coro…
 
Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Whatever you chase runs from you To sell something to someone else, you must first sell yourself Society conditions human beings towards the average “The degree to which human beings are conditioned and have all the talent, possibility, and potential sucked out of them by a certain age is ASTRONOMICAL. It’s a virus. Soci…
 
In this episode of Bulletproof Radio, my guest is Blake Griffin, a power forward for the NBA's Detroit Pistons and a six-time NBA All-Star. To stay at the top of his game, he’s dedicated to high-performance training and a healthy lifestyle. “I just naturally enjoy healthy things,” Blake says. “And I think some people don't believe that that's a pos…
 
In this episode of Bulletproof Radio, I sat down (and jumped and bounced) with a global trendsetter, entrepreneur and philanthropist. Steve Aoki is a two-time Grammy-nominated record producer, electronic musician, music executive, DJ, and filmmaker. He’s one of today’s most successful American cross-genre artists, collectively counting 1.5 billion …
 
In this episode of Bulletproof Radio, I talk with Sarah E. Hill, Ph.D., who leads research in the rapidly expanding field of evolutionary psychology. She’s currently a professor and research psychologist at Texas Christian University studying the effects of hormonal birth control on women. She’s also the author of the book: “This is Your Brain on B…
 
In this episode of Bulletproof Radio, I’m hosting a return guest because he’s doing some truly innovative work in the area of human health span and lifespan. James Clement is a lawyer and entrepreneur turned research scientist who has devoted the last two decades to understanding the science of life extension. His new book, “The Switch: Ignite Your…
 
In this episode of Bulletproof Radio, my guest explores the underwater world as one of the greatest cave divers on the planet. She is considered this generation’s Jacques Cousteau. Canadian Jill Heinerth has gone into places in the world where no one had gone before. “The adventure seeker, the novelty seeker, the sensation seeker isn't necessarily …
 
In this episode of Bulletproof Radio, my guest is someone who has cracked the code on a fundamental part of how human behavior works when it comes to forming new habits. Behavior scientist BJ Fogg, Ph.D., founded the Behavior Design Lab at Stanford University and is considered the leading scientific authority on habits. “It really is surprising to …
 
In this episode of Bulletproof Radio, my guest is a TV chef, holistic nutritionist, and award-winning entrepreneur and inventor with more than 25 years of experience in the food industry. Mareya Ibrahim hosts the popular Facebook Live show “The Real Dish” and the "Recipes for Your Best Life” podcast. She also founded Grow Green Industries and co-in…
 
In this episode of Bulletproof Radio, my guest defies aging by pushing the limits of his own endurance as an athlete and adventurer well into his sixth decade. After a 20-year hiatus from competitive fitness, Robert Hamilton Owens took it up again at age 50. By age 65, he felt ready to take on five of the world’s toughest endurance events. IN. ONE.…
 
In this episode of Bulletproof Radio, my guest tackles a topic in her newest book that has far-reaching implications for just about every aspect of human health—sugar. And she talks about it a way that's really useful because sugar is an emotional, psychological, and physical and biochemical thing all at once. Not quite heroin but not that far away…
 
In this episode of Bulletproof Radio, my guest is a scientist and entrepreneur in the field of genomics who is regarded as one of the most innovative leaders in the emerging personalized medicine and lifestyle genomics space. Mansoor Mohammed, Ph.D., president and chief scientific officer of The DNA Company, is considered to be a pioneer in medical…
 
In this episode of Bulletproof Radio, my guest is Lance Dalleck, Ph.D., a professor of Exercise and Sport Science at Western Colorado University in Gunnison, Colorado. Lance's research validates the science behind CAR.O.L. FIT AI, a game-changing exercise bike that delivers peak fitness in just 40 seconds. And you don't even have to break a sweat. …
 
This episode of Bulletproof Radio was recorded live with Dr. Andrew Weil at True Food Kitchen in Phoenix, Arizona. Dr. Weil is an internationally known pioneer and leader in integrative medicine. He is a recognized expert for his views on living a healthy lifestyle, his philosophy of healthy aging, and his critique of the future of medicine and hea…
 
In this episode of Bulletproof Radio, Peter Diamandis is here talking with me about the speed of the future—and how it’s here and now. Peter’s mission is to elevate humanity to the next level. His primary focus is on accelerating breakthroughs in products, companies, and industries to solve some of the world's greatest challenges. In the past sever…
 
In this episode of Bulletproof Radio, I’m taking with Kate Northrup. As an entrepreneur, best-selling author, speaker, activist and mother, she has built a multimedia digital company by doing less and working fewer hours—all while raising two small kids. In her newest book, “Do Less: A Revolutionary Approach to Time and Energy Management for Busy M…
 
YuIn this episode of Bulletproof Radio, I’m at the Beverly Hilton in L.A. with my good friend Dawson Church, Ph.D. Today we’re going to dive into brain wave—what they are, why their frequencies are important and what they do in various emotional states, from stress to meditation. You’ll find out how brain growth is influenced by “the power of our b…
 
In this episode of Bulletproof Radio, I’m talking with Ben Pakulski in person at Alpha Labs. Ben is a retired professional bodybuilder and former Mr. Canada who now educates people all around the globe on the benefits of an intelligent and holistic approach to muscle building and its effect on thriving health, longevity, upgraded consciousness, sel…
 
In this episode of Bulletproof Radio, I have a fascinating guest who teaches people the tools and techniques required to experience pleasurable sex. Women's Health Magazine calls her, "the Headmistress of Pleasure," and Cosmopolitan calls her a “Sexpert Extraordinaire." Layla Martin studied human sexuality and human biology at Stanford and then spe…
 
In this episode of Bulletproof Radio, I’m talking to a guest who by all outward appearances had it all. A member of the “one-percent,” Gerard Powell made his millions from creating and selling multiple companies. But his life was a mess in many ways, and he battled multiple addictions. In his new book, “Sh*t the Moon Said: A Story of Sex, Drugs, an…
 
In this episode of Bulletproof Radio, Dr. Steven Gundry is back on the show with new research about how food is affecting our kids. He’s a renowned heart surgeon, celebrity doctor, and medical researcher with a focus on curing modern diseases via dietary changes. You may know him from his New York Times best-selling books, “The Plant Paradox” and “…
 
This episode of Bulletproof Radio was recorded live at the Genius Network. My guest spent years researching how trauma affects our minds and our lives. In doing so, he began to understand that events and experiences throughout our lifetime continue to play a role in how we experience life in the present. “Trauma is a glitch, it's an error message,”…
 
In this episode of Bulletproof Radio, my guest is Tara Swart, M.D., Ph.D., a neuroscientist, medical doctor, leadership coach, and bestselling author. She works with leaders all over the world to help them improve their ability to manage stress, regulate emotions, and retain information. She’s a senior lecturer at MIT Sloan School of Management whe…
 
In this episode of Bulletproof Radio, my guest, Teri Cochrane, CN, CCP, shares exciting discoveries about how our food choices influence how our genes are expressed. We discuss her research on epigenetics and nutrigenomics, and how eating wild-caught, wild-fed proteins can lead to better health on a molecular level. “Just eat based to your genetic …
 
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