Category : science

science / science - 5 years ago

440: Barbara Oakley | Learning How to Learn

You don't have to be afraid of math (or anything) when you adapt techniques that make you excel at other things. "You can do way more than you think you can do." -Barbara Oakley The Cheat Sheet: Why is following your passion not always your best opt...

science / science - 5 years ago

439: Robert Patrick Lewis | Green Beret MBA

Discover how lessons learned by a special forces veteran can be applied to the worlds of business, finance, strategy, and marketing. "It's not survival of the fittest; it's survival of the most adaptable." -Robert Patrick Lewis The Cheat Sheet:...

science / science - 5 years ago

BONUS: Hal Elrod | Beyond the Bestseller

If you want to write a book that creates a movement, earns you a fortune, and changes the world, you need to think beyond the bestseller. "The best time to start was yesterday; the next-best time to start is today." -Hal Elrod The Cheat Sheet: W...

science / science - 5 years ago

Fan Mail Friday #25 | Why the Frat Hate, Bro?

Welcome to Fan Mail Friday #25! No jibber-jabber, just a short show where we answer Art of Charm listener mail and give out mini-lessons for the weekend! In this episode: You can't hold a whole fraternity responsible for the behavior of a few sic...

science / science - 5 years ago

438: Chester Santos | International Man of Memory

Think you have a lousy time remembering things? You're probably not giving your brain enough credit. According to this expert, it's never too late to expand your capacity for memory. "Definitely everyone can dramatically improve their memory from wh...

science / science - 5 years ago

437: Rick Hanson | Taking in the Good

Self-doubt is normal, but it can be overwritten. Harness the innate ability of the confident brain to grow and learn over time to change your life for the better. "The brain is velcro for the bad and teflon for the good." -Rick Hanson The Cheat She...

science / science - 5 years ago

Fan Mail Friday #24 | An Unappealing Invitation

Welcome to Fan Mail Friday #24! No jibber-jabber, just a short show where we answer Art of Charm listener mail and give out mini-lessons for the weekend! In this episode: Is hitting on women disrespectful? Listener JT has a funny (but possibly e...

science / science - 5 years ago

20/08/2015

Why the expansion of the paleolithic brain was powered by cooked carbohydrates. Gareth Mitchell talks to Professor of Evolutionary Genetics, Mark Thomas, about the difficulties of establishing what our ancestors ate. More than half the world's corals...

science / science - 5 years ago

20/08/2015

Why the expansion of the paleolithic brain was powered by cooked carbohydrates. Gareth Mitchell talks to Professor of Evolutionary Genetics, Mark Thomas, about the difficulties of establishing what our ancestors ate. More than half the world...

science / science - 5 years ago

436: Chris Yeh | Entrepreneurial Alliance

Don't let "success" get in the way of living a life that maximizes your impact and happiness. "Do you really want to devote your life to the single-minded pursuit of a particular goal where you have a less than 50 percent chance of achieving it, and...

science / science - 5 years ago

BONUS: Steli Efti | The Art of Hustle

Accomplish more of the things you want to do with the power of the hustle. "When I arrived here, I was so painfully clueless; I arrived at San Francisco International Airport asking someone how to get to Silicon Valley." -Steli Efti The Cheat Sheet...

science / science - 5 years ago

Fan Mail Friday #23 | Caveman Biology Lessons

Welcome to Fan Mail Friday #23 In this episode: You can give her enough space to fly a rocketship, but she's already moved on. You should, too. Another listener chimes in with some positive thoughts about the 9-5 routine we talked about last wee...