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We’re all looking to live smarter in a world that won't slow down. So take a deep breath, and listen to Airplane Mode. Each week, host Clay Skipper interviews the most thoughtful people we know—business geniuses, writers, fashion designers, comedians, pro athletes, artists, and beyond—and steals their secrets to creativity, success, surviving tech, and staying sane. Brought to you by GQ.
 
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Our brand new From The Woods Series, we decided to get out of our studio and podcast from the outdoors! This episode we cover life updates and a few awesome habits we have been working on. Books mentioned in this cast: Atomic Habits - James Clear, The Subtle Art of not giving a F*** - Mark Manson. We plan on splashing these video podcasts into our …
 
We're excited to bring Airplane Mode listeners a sneak peek at a brand new podcast from SELF Magazine: Checking In. It's the advice podcast where we answer real health and wellness questions from real people like you. Hosted by SELF’s Editor in Chief, Carolyn Kylstra, and featuring trusted experts, doctors, therapists, thought leaders, and even a f…
 
We're excited to bring Airplane Mode listeners a sneak peek at a brand new podcast from SELF Magazine: Checking In. It's the advice podcast where we answer real health and wellness questions from real people like you. Hosted by SELF’s Editor in Chief, Carolyn Kylstra, and featuring trusted experts, doctors, therapists, thought leaders, and even a f…
 
We're excited to bring Airplane Mode listeners a sneak peek at a brand new podcast from SELF Magazine: Checking In. It's the advice podcast where we answer real health and wellness questions from real people like you. Hosted by SELF’s Editor in Chief, Carolyn Kylstra, and featuring trusted experts, doctors, therapists, thought leaders, and even a f…
 
We're excited to bring Airplane Mode listeners a sneak peek at a brand new podcast from SELF Magazine: Checking In. It's the advice podcast where we answer real health and wellness questions from real people like you. Hosted by SELF’s Editor in Chief, Carolyn Kylstra, and featuring trusted experts, doctors, therapists, thought leaders, and even a f…
 
We're excited to bring Airplane Mode listeners a sneak peek at a brand new podcast from SELF Magazine: Checking In. It's the advice podcast where we answer real health and wellness questions from real people like you. Hosted by SELF’s Editor in Chief, Carolyn Kylstra, and featuring trusted experts, doctors, therapists, thought leaders, and even a f…
 
We're excited to bring Airplane Mode listeners a sneak peek at a brand new podcast from SELF Magazine: Checking In. It's the advice podcast where we answer real health and wellness questions from real people like you. Hosted by SELF’s Editor in Chief, Carolyn Kylstra, and featuring trusted experts, doctors, therapists, thought leaders, and even a f…
 
Alec and Kenzie talk about one of their favorite airplane mode activities: hiking! Listen in as we discuss some of our favorite hikes close to home and a few tips and tricks to get you out enjoying nature. Things we should have researched before recording: ****Black Elk Peak was confirmed the highest summit east of the Rockies in the USA only, not …
 
Alec and Kenzie recap 2020 and talk about their favorite brands//products of the year! Listen in to find out our absolute favorite things of 2020. Also, stay tuned until the end to find out about our first giveaway. Once we reach 100 members on our website this limited edition item will be sent to one of our lucky listeners.…
 
What do Beyonce, Kobe Bryant, Jimmy Iovine, and Jack Dorsey all have in common? They've all worked their asses off (duh)—and they’re all connected to Steve Stoute. As a longtime advertising and music executive (and a recently appointed consultant to the New York Knicks), Stoute made a name for himself by working creatively alongside some of the big…
 
Shea Serrano became a writer when, as a teacher in need of some extra money, he did a Google search for jobs you can do from home. “I didn't have any journalism experience. I didn't know anybody. All I had was the computer and the internet, and I figured that shit out,” says Serrano, who's now a staff writer at The Ringer. Along the way, he wrote t…
 
According to comedian Joel Kim Booster, a stand-up audience "can smell the blood in the water if you're not confident." Even though, at 31, Joel has been performing jokes for nearly a decade, he says he's only felt confident for part of that time. On this episode, he unpacks how he got comfortable being in front of a crowd, what comedy and humor ha…
 
Michael Gervais is a sports psychologist who works with athletes in “high stakes or consequential environments.” The experience with his clients—which range from the Seattle Seahawks (who he helped win a Super Bowl in 2014) to skydiver Felix Baumgartner (who he helped free fall from 130,000 feet as part of the Red Bull Stratos project in 2012)—has …
 
With a legendary resume that includes everything from rock climbing to whitewater rafting to marathon mountain biking, Rebecca Rusch isn't just an ultra endurance icon—she has also been dubbed adventure sports' "Queen of Pain." (At 38, she won the first 24-hour bike race she entered, and has since gone on to complete the Ho Chi Minh Trail and part …
 
Dr. Barry Michels has spent decades helping his clients in the entertainment industry overcome the self-doubt holding them back from delivering their most compelling performances or writing their most nail-biting scripts. Drawing on years of experience as a psychotherapist, he explains why our society is in need of a radical reimagining of the idea…
 
For a long time, Ari Leff made music that largely went unnoticed. But even after finding mega pop success writing and producing under the name Lauv, he still wrestled with self-doubt and struggled to work or create in the face of depression and anxiety. Now, with a debut album "How I'm Feeling" due out March 6th, he shares how he got his confidence…
 
Over the course of four years at Duke and 14 in the NBA, J.J. Redick has proven himself to be one of basketball’s deadliest sharpshooters. A few hundreds of thousands of jumpers later, he has some thoughts on building the self-belief that will keep you confident under immense pressure and through any slump. Plus: the power of preparation, the joy o…
 
Jill Heinerth’s life story is one of wild adventure, with more than 30 years spent scuba diving beneath glaciers and into dark, underwater caves (once spending 13 consecutive hours on a dive). Not all of those dives have gone well. For our second conversation on confidence, Heinerth explains what we can all learn about managing fear, staying calm, …
 
Jalen Rose has spent nearly 30 years being cool in public: first, as a basketball phenom and member of Michigan's famed Fab Five; then, as a 13-year NBA vet with a big game and bigger personality; now, as a beloved and unapologetic ESPN co-host for Get Up! and Jalen & Jacoby. On the first episode of Airplane Mode season 2, Rose explains why self-be…
 
Airplane Mode is back! And this time around, host Clay Skipper is diving headfirst into the subject of confidence, that skittish little kitten of a feeling we're always trying to coax out from under the (metaphorical) bed. Across 10 weekly episodes starting January 14th, Clay will be talking to a motley crüe of people—including an NBA player, a cav…
 
Chuck Klosterman, author and longtime culture critic, has just released his tenth book, a series of short stories titled Raised in Captivity. Which makes you wonder: how well can a longtime writer of criticism handle when critics come for his own work? Klosterman sounds off on what it’s like to be reviewed, how he stays informed without going insan…
 
After being electrocuted at age 19, BJ Miller had three of his limbs amputated. He went on to a career in palliative care, working with patients with terminal or life-altering illnesses. Recently he turned his experience into his first book, A Beginner's Guide to the End (co-written with Shoshana Berger) and started his own palliative care company,…
 
You know A$AP Ferg as a rapper and A$AP Mob member. But in this episode of Airplane Mode, the man born Darold Ferguson goes back to the days when he was a young teen designing and selling tees, trying to build a business and maintain creativity. He talks about the ways he stays grounded and protects his mental health now that he's a world-famous ar…
 
When Mark Manson set out to write his second book, Everything is F*cked: A Book About Hope (out now), he had to live up to the immense shadow cast by a first book, The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck, a self-improvement bestseller that's sold nearly nine million copies by taking down mindless positivity and embracing life's difficulties. On this ep…
 
With his Oscar-nominated documentary “Minding the Gap,” director Bing Liu proved himself a talent at deftly unpacking emotionally complex topics (in that case, three young skateboarders navigating the trauma left by domestic abuse). For his next project, the 30-year-old is tackling Millennial love. So when Clay asked him how we got to the point whe…
 
Raphael Bob-Waksberg—the visionary behind Bojack Horseman and author of a new collection of short stories, Someone Who Will Love You In All Your Damaged Glory—is an expert at exploring dark, complex ideas in in ways that leave you feeling more optimistic and less alone. On this episode, he talks about how he's overcome that nagging fear of not doin…
 
Steven Johnson's made a career of cracking complicated topics, having written 11 (!) books that unpack everything from neuroscience to the origins of good ideas. In this episode, he and Clay dig into Johnson's most recent, Farsighted, which deep-dives into the secrets of making long-term decisions—the type that will affect your life 5 (or 25) years…
 
Comedian Pete Holmes—creator and star of HBO show Crashing, podcaster (You Made It Weird), and new author (Comedy Sex God)—has survived some existential crisis and come out the other end with a plan for living joyously. It just takes some work. He also explains why expectations can get in the way of all that joy, why “everything happens for a reaso…
 
Aminatou Sow is the smart-as-hell, wildly successful multi-hyphenate super-person we all dream of being—she's a strategist, a podcast host ("Call Your Girlfriend"), a soon-to-be-published author, a network-builder (Tech LadyMafia), and, yes, an influencer. But she's one who uses her clout for good. (“I am definitely a capitalist sellout,” she says.…
 
Being wrong sucks, but not only for the reasons you think. Guest Annie Duke, former pro poker player and author of "Thinking in Bets: Making Smarter Decisions When You Don't Have All the Facts," has built a life on embracing uncertainty and making the "wrong choice"...and come out the other side with some important advice. She explains how you can …
 
Get ready for Airplane Mode, GQ's new podcast. Each week, host Clay Skipper digs deep into conversation with successful, thoughtful people like former pro poker player Annie Duke, director Bing Liu, and businesswoman/strategist/"good influencer" Aminatou Sow. Subscribe to make sure you hear the first episode of Season 1 as soon as it launches. Lear…
 
On this Episode of Airplane Mode, we sat down with Max Ferguson. Max is a long time friend of Piero with a fascinating background. At a young age, he left his home and sailed the world with his family. He returned to the US just in time for high school where he picked up rowing crew for sport. Max dominated the South Florida crew field. It led him …
 
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