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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 ...
 
Inspirational + actionable ... without the BS. Jason Bax gives you edu-taining & inspiring interviews with proven entrepreneurs and creators WITHOUT the obnoxious self-promotional chest thumping of other podcast hosts. WITHOUT tiresome fake enthusiasm. WITHOUT repetitious, shallow, formulaic questions and constant interruptions. An online entrepreneur himself, Bax has the background and balls to dig DEEP, getting entrepreneurs to open their kimono (wide) to reveal the secrets to their succes ...
 
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What happened after 9/11? What happened in Afghanistan? What happened in Iraq? What were we doing in Afghanistan for 20 years? What have we achieved? In this episode, Brandon Webb, author, former United States Navy SEAL and SEAL Sniper course Head Instructor, with one combat deployment to Afghanistan and one to the Persian Gulf, joined me to talk a…
 
What exactly happened to the Withdrawal from Afghanistan? What went wrong? How should America has be more effective in the withdrawal? What should we do better in politics, in terms of foreign policy, and internally? In this 2nd part of the episode, Brandon Webb, author, former United States Navy SEAL, and SEAL Sniper course Head Instructor, with o…
 
How will AI evolve in the future? Can AI replace humans in the future? How much do we really understand AI? In this episode (Part 1 of 2), my long-time friend, Kai-Fu Lee, computer scientist, businessman, and writer came on to The James Altucher Show to talk about his new book, AI 2041, Ten Visions for Our Future. Such an amazing book about the fut…
 
In this part 2 (of 2), Kai-Fu Lee, computer scientist, businessman, and writer, explained The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly of AI's future. How a good intention, could lead to a bad or undesirable outcome. How does privacy come into play with AI? Are people comfortable with sharing their personal data with AI? Can we actually have the "Good" AI? List…
 
After the podcast taping with David Rubenstein, about his book, The American Experiment: Dialogues on a Dream, there was a sample Citizenship Test at the end of the book. So naturally, I have to have Jay Yow, The Engineer comes on to take the test and see if he would pass the test!? I am not going to lie, even I can't answer a couple of the questio…
 
Do you know you have more influence than you think? Do you know, when you have hard times asking for things that you want, it's also equally hard for someone else to say no, and reject you! I have been fascinated by this topic as you know, I have Robert Cialdini on before to talk about this topic! In this episode, Vanessa Bohns, a social psychologi…
 
In part 1 (of 2), Vanessa Bohns, a social psychologist and professor of organizational behavior at Cornell University, and author, came on to talk about her new book, You Have More Influence Than You Think. and I spoke about the amazing power of "ask", and studies that were done on "Ask", and how successful usually an "Ask" is? In this Part 2, Vane…
 
Is America still as great as it once was? And how the modern technologies have changed the county's development and politics? In this episode, I am joined by David Rubenstein, former government official, and lawyer, who is a co-founder and co-executive chairman of the private equity firm The Carlyle Group, author, to talk about his new book, The Am…
 
Is America still as great as it once was? And how the modern technologies have changed the county's development and politics? In this episode, I am joined by David Rubenstein, former government official, and lawyer, who is a co-founder and co-executive chairman of the private equity firm The Carlyle Group, author, to talk about his new book, The Am…
 
Our "Pod" friend, Jason Feifer, the editor in chief of Entrepreneur magazine, a podcast host, book author, keynote speaker, startup advisor, and nonstop optimism machine, is once again on the show! We started out troubleshooting his internet, router, and Google Mesh, then with my great segway, we segway into the conversation of what good can come f…
 
Part 2 of Jason Feifer's episode! Make sure you check out part one! In this episode, Jason takes us back to when the elevator is first invented, and how the public is reacting to the machine that goes up and down! We also talked about how the necessary skills had been evolved in the past thousand of years. Jason also shared why did he change the na…
 
Have you ever need to make a decision that would change your life or lifestyle? I.E. Moving to another state? Or deciding if you should or if you want to move to another state, or another city? In this episode, I gave guidance to Jen Glantz and Jay The Engineer, how should they go about making life decisions like that! My new book Skip The Line is …
 
Another series with James Quandahl! He has launched a new podcast, called The James Quandahl Show, everyone should check it out! This time around we talked about should you quit when you're so close to the finish line, and we also talked about how could you niche what you do, so you will get more audience! Sometimes, less is more! My new book Skip …
 
Who doesn't want to stay young, who doesn't want to grow younger? They are technologies today that would potentially help you grow younger, habits that help you stay young. However, how efficient are those technologies? How long before those technologies would be available to the masses? In this episode (Part 2 of 2), Sergey Young talked about what…
 
Who doesn't want to stay young, who doesn't want to grow younger? They are technologies today that would potentially help you grow younger, habits that help you stay young. However, how efficient are those technologies? How long before those technologies would be available to the masses? In this episode (Part 1 of 2), Sergey Young, a longevity inve…
 
What is Smart? What is Intelligence? Does learning more vocabulary actually make you smarter? Does knowing a couple of mumbo jumbo terms, show that you're smarter than others? My answer is NO. Being smart means, you're able to make new discoveries based on all the information that you've learnt, and you have given. Being smart also means, how well …
 
During the lockdown, I have been thinking a lot about the different philosophies, especially Stoicism and Absurdism. In this episode, I broke down the 4 big philosophies: Stoicism, Existentialism, Nihilism, and Absurdism. I also talked about why I am adapting one of them and how that makes me happier! (To know more about Stoicism, Ryan Holiday, aut…
 
In this companion podcast! Jay, The Engineer, and Nathan, the post-production manager were supposed to talk about last month's episode and what have they learned. However, they got sidetracked! They ended up talking about the process in a traditional book publishing company. What happened after you finished writing a book if you ever get a book pub…
 
Brandon Webb, former United States Navy SEAL, and SEAL Sniper course Head Instructor, New York Times bestselling author, Experimental aircraft pilot, and Entrepreneur, always wanted to be a fiction and novel writer. This time, he did it. He wrote a novel called Steel Fear: A Thriller, and he even manage to auction it off to Peacock TV! I am so impr…
 
I have been obsessed with newsletters, generally, they're accessible, and nowadays, they're tens of thousands of different newsletters with different topics out there. However, this particular newsletter, Exploding Topics, caught my eyes, and I have been reading it every time it hit my inbox! In this episode, I have the writer and co-founder of Exp…
 
Jason Furst is going to New York to interview for a manager position in the restaurant industry! In this episode, before going to New York for an interview, Jason is still looking for ways to solve the staffing issues. One thing I suggested to him is, Newsletter and List. That way, he can help with staffing, and also could help himself building a n…
 
Jay and I were supposed to do a regular catch-up, but he asked me a very good question. Are there any "Good People" left in the world? What is "Good"? Is cancel culture good or bad? How will it affect people's lives? On top of that, Jay and I go through all 27 amendments to the Constitution and see if they make any sense? Listen to the episode and …
 
Do you use these 3 lazy words daily? Do you use these words when you tried to solve problems? Create businesses? Win a game? Well, it's time to change that. I am joined by Dr. Brian Keating to talk about these 3 lazy words, and what's the meaning behind these words, and how can we change our mindset, and prevent ourselves from using these words! Br…
 
"Talented" is just a label. You can't be good or successful at something by just being talented! I have been plagued by brain fog ever since I am recovering from Covid, and my chess tactics are not as sharp as they used to be. So I have been experimenting, how can still win knowing that I have brain fog. The answer is, do the unexpected. This can a…
 
In the last episode in the series, I urge Jen Glantz to start a "10 ideas a day's list". And sure enough, she did! She even overdid it and came up with a dozen of idealists, some relevant to her newsletter, and some are new ideas that she could venture into! In this episode, we spend most of the hours discussing all the ideas list that she came up …
 
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