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Editor-in-chief of Verywell Mind, therapist, and international bestselling author Amy Morin shares actionable advice for developing the mental strength you need to reach your greatest potential. On Mondays, she interviews authors, experts, entrepreneurs, athletes, musicians, and other mentally strong people who explain the strategies they use to overcome the biggest battle we all face -- the battle within our own minds. Every Friday, she shares a quick exercise that will help you grow mental ...
 
James Altucher interviews the world’s leading peak performers in every area of life. But instead of giving you the typical success story, James digs deeper to find the “Choose Yourself” story—these are the moments we relate to… when someone rises up from personal struggle to reinvent themselves. The James Altucher Show brings you into the lives of peak-performers: billionaires, best-selling authors, rappers, astronauts, athletes, comedians, actors, and the world champions in every field, all ...
 
The #1 Evidence Based Growth Podcast on the Internet. The Science of Success is about the search for evidence based personal growth. It's about exploring ways to improve your decision-making, understand your mind and how psychology rules the world around you, and learn from experts and thought leaders about ways we can become better versions of ourselves.
 
Join psychologist Dr. Mariel Buqué, as she dives into conversations that focus on how you shift from intergenerational trauma to intergenerational abundance. On Break the Cycle, we talk about all things trauma, through the generations. What happened to you, what happened before you, and the power you hold within you to transform yourself and the generations to come.
 
If you want to learn highly-effective ways to end power struggles and help your kids feel seen and loved through separation and shared parenting, this is the podcast for you. Hosted by Rosalie, veteran coparent, communication expert, and the brains behind The Coparenting Collective. Head to the website for more ways to fast-track your coparenting success.
 
Penny de Valk specialises in helping ambitious, talented women be successful leaders. With over 20 years experience as a Chief Executive, she is a qualified coach, expert commentator and an inspiring conference speaker on topics ranging from work/life balance to leadership in the 21st century.
 
Almost 21 million Americans struggle with substance addiction but there are much more who are struggling peripherally. Parents, children, friends, spouses, and colleagues - as a society we are all affected in one way or another. TDH Voice is a twice-monthly podcast all about addiction from every perspective of what is being referred to as the most pressing health crisis of our time. Join us as we talk with people in recovery, those who love them, as well as those who inspire and cultivate ch ...
 
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At first glance, you might wonder why on earth anyone would be afraid to be happy. But if you think about it a little longer, you might recognize a few times in your life when you experienced an aversion to happiness. Perhaps you won an award, and then you felt so much pressure to live up to the achievement that you were afraid to let yourself real…
 
James sits down with legendary journalist Cal Fussman to discuss the life and career of the iconic Larry King. Cal, who knew Larry for over 30 years, shares personal anecdotes and insights into the man behind the microphone. Cal and James begin by discussing Larry's early days in radio, where he got his start as a disc jockey in Florida. From there…
 
When Elon Musk tweets a one-character reply to your article and 2.3 million people view it, you've hit viral gold. That's what happened with Trung Phan's article about the worst tech predictions ever on the Sat Post substack; a retrospective look at some of the most inaccurate predictions in the technology industry. Some of the predictions discusse…
 
In this episode, James sits down with Mike Baker - a former CIA agent and author of the bestselling book Company Rules. With years of experience in covert operations and leadership, Mike shares his unique insights on strategy, corporate culture, and the importance of breaking the rules. Whether you're a startup founder or a seasoned CEO, this episo…
 
Elaine Fox is a cognitive psychologist and the head of the School of Psychology at the University of Adelaide, Australia. She’s a leading mental health researcher who combines genetics, psychology, and neuroscience in her work. She runs the Oxford Elite Performance, a consulting group that brings cutting-edge science and psychology to those at the …
 
Is it possible to time the crypto market? I talked to Tascha from @TashaLabs, one of the smartest people I know in the crypto space. You definitely have to check out her website, Tasha Labs, and sign up for her newsletter. We talk in great detail, not only about how you value a cryptocurrency, not only how you can time the crypto market, but about …
 
There were a lot of people on social media this year discouraging others from setting a New Year resolution. Opting out of a resolution isn’t necessarily a bad idea. By mid-January, most people consider their resolutions failed. That means their intentions to hit the gym, wake up earlier, or save more money have already fallen by the wayside. So if…
 
Uri Levine was frustrated by traffic jams on his commute and found validation that the problem was widespread. His solution was to co-found Waze, the crowd-sourced GPS navigation platform which became a major competitor to Google Maps before being acquired by Google for $1.4 billion. But Uri's new book, Fall in Love with the Problem, Not the Soluti…
 
Steven Pressfield's newest book, Govt Cheese a memoir, must jump to the top of your reading list. Both gut-wrenching and laugh-out-loud funny, his brutally honest story is a compelling page-turner. Steven's writing career spans many genres and formats, but it almost never materialized. From US Marine to advertising copywriter, schoolteacher, tracto…
 
We all overthink, obsess, ruminate which leads us to being anxious and unhappy and stressed out. Nick Trenton's book The overthinking cure , gives us clearly defined steps to help us combat our bad habit of overthinking so that we can live more in the moment and be less reactive to our worlds while being more aware of ourselves and how we think.…
 
Reggie Walker spent seven years in the NFL playing for the Cardinals, the Chargers, and the Broncos before deciding to walk away from the game. Reggie was sexually, emotionally, and physically abused during childhood — something he tried to hide for much of his life. And for a while, football became a socially appropriate way for him to mask his an…
 
Think of this as a step-by-step guide to building literally your own real estate empire! Roy “Rolly” Weaver did his first real estate transaction fresh out of college with ZERO dollars to his name and, leveraging his earnings, built a portfolio including an apartment building, a hotel, and resort-town cabins which continue to earn him hundreds of t…
 
Have you ever spent two hours dreading the fact you were going to see someone for an hour? If so, you just gave that person two extra hours of your life. Have you ever blamed someone for ruining your day or putting you in a bad mood? If so, you gave that person power over your emotions. There are many ways in which we give negative people too much …
 
Alex Banayan's story would have made a perfect chapter in Skip the Line: A college student hacks his way onto a game show, uses his wit to win the showcase, sells the prizes, and uses the proceeds to fund his business ambitions! Alex's bestselling book The Third Door takes readers on an unprecedented adventure—from hacking Warren Buffett’s sharehol…
 
In today's episode I talk with eminent consultant cardiologist Dr Paddy Barrett about the simple things we can do to optimise our heart health. Dr barrett's links: https://www.myhearthealth.ie/ Twitter : @Paddy_Barrett https://paddybarrett.substack.com/ Link to My book Happy habits for mind and body >>>>> https://rb.gy/6ziwve…
 
Nassim Nicholas Taleb, author of Antifragile: Things That Gain from Disorder, joins The James Altucher Show to discuss technology and how different systems handle disorder. As humans evolve, technology is constantly being upgraded and replaced with new concepts and ideas. Today, we use technology in almost every aspect of our lives, but do we reall…
 
In this episode I discuss many of the great ideas in Elizabeth Wilson's book Stress proof your life. The world is a stressful place, while we need some stress to function and challenge us daily, too much stress over the long-term can have devastating consequences on our mental and physical health. Of you have ever heard that stress is the number 1 …
 
Richie Stephens is an Irish gangster-turned-actor who lives in Los Angeles. He frequently plays villains in TV and movies, including Days of Our Lives, Criminal Minds, MacGyver, and Blue Bloods. He’s also the author of The Gangster’s Guide to Sobriety where he shares how 12-step groups helped him get into recovery after decades of drug and alcohol …
 
Gabriella Rosen Kellerman, M.D., has served as chief product officer and chief innovation officer at BetterUp, founding CEO of LifeLink, and an advisor to healthcare, coaching, and behavior change technology companies. Martin Seligman, Ph.D. is a professor at the University of Pennsylvania, director of the Positive Psychology Center, and former pre…
 
We all put things off sometimes — even when we know there will be negative consequences for doing it. Whether we avoid doing household chores, making appointments, or paying our bills, procrastination can become a real problem. And while some people seem to think it’s a time management issue, procrastination is more likely to stem from an emotional…
 
Jon Morrow might be the most successful copywriter on the web, and he's definitely the best indexed on the web. Jon (the owner of Smart Blogger) and James take today's 80 minutes to unravel the current market conditions for getting paid to write content, how to learn to do it, and how rapidly the market is going to shift over the next 5 years. In J…
 
In this episode, Dr. Jennifer Mullan, also known as the Rage Doctor, helps us to understand the ancestral origins of our rage and takes us through how honoring the depths of our grief offers us a path toward emotional liberation. You can find Dr. Mullan's work at: https://www.decolonizingtherapy.com and @decolonizingtherapy on social. Download a FR…
 
"If you listen to only one podcast this year, this has to be the one." That's what James wrote after interviewing Peter Thiel in 2014 and, to begin 2023, we've remastered this classic episode for a new audience to experience. To one degree, this time-capsule episode immediately dates itself: Discussion about whether Uber can grow outside of San Fra…
 
I released this episode in 2021. But the strategies are still effective (and perhaps even more relevant now). So we decided to re-release it so you can make 2023 your best year yet! Most resolutions don’t work. In fact, most are abandoned by mid-January. Yet most people continue to establish resolutions year after year hoping that, somehow, this wi…
 
Today's episode with Dr. Brian Keating - concluding our conversation from last week - also acts as a fitting bookend to our previous episode with Jordan Harbinger. Brian and James delve into the perils of fame-seeking ambition and how their world views have changed after recently cresting age 50. Brian also gives some business ideas he's been rumin…
 
It’s been a great year hosting The Verywell Mind Podcast. We’ve talked to so many mentally strong people who have been brave enough and kind enough to share their strategies for staying mentally strong and their struggles along the way. I’ve also had a lot of fun creating the Friday Fix episodes to share some of my favorite strategies straight from…
 
Fan favorite guest Jordan Harbinger joins today for an agenda-free discussion that winds up centering around ambition, the importance of lived experience, family life, and how artificial intelligence is changing the job descriptions of content creators and media personalities. Enjoy our episodes with Jordan? Check out The Jordan Harbinger Show! Her…
 
I spoke with Linsey Blair couples and individual psychotherapist and psychosexual therapist about sex myths and the importance of intimate touch and communication and, not necessarily penetration when it comes to a healthy and positive experience of sex for both partners. You'll find Linsey here >>> https://www.ebtc.ie/linsey-blair/ My book >>>>>ht…
 
In this episode, renowned holistic health expert, Dr. Mindy Pelz, helps us to understand the hormonal and genetic aspects of stress and trauma and ways we need to attend to our hormonal selves. You can find more of Dr. Mindy's work here: https://drmindypelz.com Download a FREE Sound Bath Meditation to help while you listen, here: https://www.drmari…
 
Our conversations with astrophysicist Brian Keating Ph.D. are always wide-ranging, topical, and a little spicy (served with a side of bad puns). Today's conversation begins amidst the 5-week University of California Graduate Student Union strike, where Brian was unable to communicate with his graduate research assistants without a picket line being…
 
In this episode I speak to retired GP Hugh Bethell about his new book : Get off the couch before its too late. We talk about the mental and physical benefits of exercise which can mean something as simple as walking. Hugh's Book >>>>>https://www.amazon.co.uk/Get-off-couch-before-late/dp/173996599X Hugh's Website>>>https://exercisefitnessandhealth.i…
 
Michael Baldwin says EMDR saved his life. Deborah Korn, PsyD uses EMDR to help people overcome trauma. Together, they wrote a book called Every Memory Deserves Respect. Some of the things they talk about are how EMDR works, why it is so effective in addressing PTSD, what to expect from an EMDR session, and the symptoms that tend to improve with tre…
 
Our end-of-the-year recommendation series continues this week with friend of the pod Jason Feifer! In honor of the eight nights of Chanukah (not really), Jason has come loaded with 8 recommendations to take you into 2023. Listen on to hear why Jason made these picks and find out what the heck "machatunim" means! Jason's 1st Recommendation: If you h…
 
A decade ago, the idea of meeting with a therapist online seemed a bit too far-fetched for many people. There were concerns about everything from privacy to credibility. But online therapy has become mainstream over the past few years. In fact, the abundance of online therapy sites and additional services being offered over the past few years has l…
 
In this new episode of Break the Cycle, we dive into how survivor's guilt can creep up during your healing journey. Dr. Mariel offers some journal prompts for this type of experience. Download a FREE Sound Bath Meditation to help while you listen, here: https://www.drmarielbuque.com/opt-in-intergenerationa-meditation Sign up to get notified when Dr…
 
Dan Martell’s work ethic propelled his business forward…and destroyed his life. His constant attachment to the job ruined his friendships and ended his engagement with his fiancé. Did any of this stop him? Yes, yes it did. Dan now preaches his “Buy Back Your Time” method, coaching CEOs and entrepreneurs on how to lead and grow their companies while…
 
Tracy McCubbin has always loved to create clutter-free spaces. So she turned her organizational skills into a full-time business called dClutterfly where she helps people organize their homes. She’s also the author of two books. Her first book, Making Space, Clutter Free, teaches readers how to get rid of the clutter once and for all. Her newest bo…
 
Whenever A.J. Jacobs comes on the podcast, you better buckle up. Our longtime friend (and occasional co-host) is always deep in the middle of a long-term experiment on himself and you never know what he's going to bring to the table. On today's episode, (jealous of our recent recommendation podcast with Amy Morin?) A.J. arrives in an 18th-century m…
 
It’s called “the most wonderful time of the year,” but for many people, the holidays aren’t joy-filled. In fact, this time of year can be extra tough in many ways. The holidays can amplify existing issues, like loneliness. They create a lot of stress, including financial strain, for many people. Sprinkle in some family tension, grief, and end of th…
 
In this episode, physician, CEO, and media contributor Dr. Uché Blackstock guides us through the ways she learned how putting yourself first helps you parent from a place of intergenerational abundance. You can find more of Dr. Blackstock's work here: https://advancinghealthequity.com/about/ Download a FREE Sound Bath Meditation to help while you l…
 
Scott Kelly is an American engineer, retired astronaut, author and naval aviator. He is best known for spending a record-breaking year in space. He is a former US Navy fighter pilot, test pilot, and veteran of four spaceflights. Kelly commanded the space shuttle Endeavour in 2007 and twice commanded the International Space Station. He has documente…
 
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