Needles from the Haystack #10 – August 2018
Dang…I listened to some great podcasts on my daily commute last month!
I wanted to share 7 or even 8, but this is a 5-item-newsletter. No exceptions. I’ll save the missing pieces for a later issue, I guess.
Here’s what I settled on for this month.
I really loved the interview with Brian Wansink. Made me buy 2 of his books immediately. Now I’m chewing on those instead of candy. At least for the most part. Ice cream is tough to avoid these days. No matter what Dr. Pence (see below) says.
And the Tim Ferriss Radio Hour on success contains plenty of seeds that might grow big for you. Check it out, too.
If you think I did a good job in selecting the content, why don’t you make a big banner with the link to this site on it, rent a plane and fly it over your city for a day or two?
Or…you know…go one of the traditional routes for sharing what you enjoyed…that’ll be just as awesome.
Have a great month of August and keep rocking!
Jim Kwik is all about improving how your brain works. In this brief podcast with Aaron Alexander, he drops valuable nuggets on how body function, posture and movements affect our minds and improve our brainpower.
Diets don’t work. That’s almost consensus at this point. What does work? Changing your lifestyle in a way that supports healthier eating. There’s nothing wrong taking the easier route when it’s about eating healthier. Learn some simple tricks backed by scientific research from this brief podcast.
For most people, eating healthy is a permanent war. A war with the insatiable demons inside our own mind. They drive the craving for sugar, salt and fat. Dr. Lara Pence has a lot of insight and tools at her disposal that might help you win this war. She teaches Cal Fussman, an old dog, some cool new tricks during this podcast.
This is a Tim Ferriss radio hour, where he combines the views of several famous and/or successful people to a comprehensive show on the topic. This time: success. Enjoy the definitions, nuances and tips from 5 experts on the subject. Definitely worth listening to!
‚To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often.‘ Ben Nemtin had a lot of ups and downs in his life. One wouldn’t expect the downs given the success he had. That’s something to relate to. And how he dealt with them is something to learn from. Do so by listening to this inspiring conversation.