BI 100.1 Special: What Has Improved Your Career or Well-being?

March 09, 2021 00:42:32
BI 100.1 Special: What Has Improved Your Career or Well-being?
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BI 100.1 Special: What Has Improved Your Career or Well-being?

Mar 09 2021 | 00:42:32

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Show Notes

Brain Inspired turns 100 (episodes) today! To celebrate, my patreon supporters helped me create a list of questions to ask my previous guests, many of whom contributed by answering any or all of the questions. I’ve collected all their responses into separate little episodes, one for each question. Starting with a light-hearted (but quite valuable) one, this episode has responses to the question, “In the last five years, what new belief, behavior, or habit has most improved your career or well being?” See below for links to each previous guest. And away we go…

Timestamps:

0:00 – Intro
6:13 – David Krakauer
8:50 – David Poeppel
9:32 – Jay McClelland
11:03 – Patrick Mayo
11:45 – Marcel van Gerven
12:11 – Blake Richards
12:25 – John Krakauer
14:22 – Nicole Rust
15:26 – Megan Peters
17:03 – Andrew Saxe
18:11 – Federico Turkheimer
20:03 – Rodrigo Quian Quiroga
22:03 – Thomas Naselaris
23:09 – Steve Potter
24:37 – Brad Love
27:18 – Steve Grossberg
29:04 – Talia Konkle
29:58 – Paul Cisek
32:28 – Kanaka Rajan
34:33 – Grace Lindsay
35:40 – Konrad Kording
36:30 – Mark Humphries

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