Kevin talks to Michael Pollan, author of "How to change your mind" about the therapeutic potential of psychedelics.
A lack of sleep is associated with all types of diseases, including Alzheimer's and cancer. Professor Matthew Walker, Director of UC Berkeley’s Sleep and Neuroimaging Lab—reveals his groundbreaking exploration of sleep, explaining how we can harness its transformative power to fight disease and change our lives for the better.
Soren writes and speaks on the merging of wisdom in modern life. While our technology age offers many benefits, for many people life has become increasingly chaotic, hurried, and stressful. Overwhelmed with a continual stream of emails, text messages, and cell phone calls, awareness of the body goes "off-line" and the present moment is lost. We live "disconnectedly connected," where we are connected to technology, but largely disconnected from that place of balance and well-being that resides in each one of us.
Jesse Lawler is the host of Smart Drug Smarts, a podcast for people interested in maximizing their brains, both in health and utility, using the latest findings in neuroscience. Kevin and Jesse talk all things brain enhancement.
What if you were paid to sleep more, and your company bought you flowers? Have a listen to Jason reimagining company culture and benefits. Warning: You might quit your job.
You've probably used a Moleskine in the past, but are they worth the price? Kevin interviews Brad Dowdy, notebook and pen expert, to find out who makes the best notebook. They geek out on paper, binding, and durability.
Dr. Patrick is my go-to scientist for all things longevity, nutrition, and body hacking. In this episode, you'll learn why I'm freezing myself, the benefits of fasting, a supplement that's a great pain killer, and a drug that might extend life by 17%.