In this episode, we explore the language of relationships, polarity, energy management, difficult conversations, finding peace and patience, the importance of self-compassion, the search for palatable decaf coffee, panic-selling, serving the moment, and much more!
Happy new year! In this episode, we cover the latest Omega3 research, new sulforaphane research, sauna usage, and more!
David Sinclair, Ph.D., is a Professor Harvard Medical School. He is best known for his work on understanding why we age and how to slow its effects. In this podcast, we discuss several new ways to slow aging, along with novel treatments that are just a few years away. We also cover his new book: Lifespan: Why We Age―and Why We Don't Have To.
The Random Show is back! In this episode: Japanese whisky, forest bathing, healing wood potions, Tim's favorite gifting books, growing mushrooms, the power of awareness and surrender, intermittent fasting, and Tim's new book [exclusive]!
In his new book, Indistractable, Eyal reveals the hidden psychology driving us to distraction. He describes why solving the problem is not as simple as swearing off our devices: Abstinence is impractical and often makes us want more. Eyal lays bare the secret of finally doing what you say you will do with a four-step, research-backed model. Indistractable reveals the key to getting the best out of technology, without letting it get the best of us.
In this podcast, we talk quirky Japanese destinations, building a massive online following, the power of psychedelics, influencer culture, and Trey’s new book, "Under the Influence - How To Fake Your Way Into Getting Rich on Instagram." Trey Ratcliff is an artist, writer, thinker, creative, and “a warm-hearted old-school gentleman explorer with really cool toys.”
Jake Knapp is the author of Make Time, a book about creating time and finding focus in daily life. He's also the author of Sprint, a New York Times bestseller. Jake spent 10 years at Google and Google Ventures, where he created the Design Sprint. He has since coached teams like Slack, Uber, 23andMe, LEGO, and The New York Times on the method. Previously, Jake helped build products like Gmail, Google Hangouts, and Microsoft Encarta.
Peter and I explore the fascinating applications of Rapamycin for longevity. We also discuss fasting, inflammation, aging, mindfulness, and supplements.
Kevin talks to Michael Pollan, author of "How to change your mind" about the therapeutic potential of psychedelics.
Tim is back with his new book: Tribe of Mentors. We talk about common traits his mentors share, the single question Tim ask himself every day, and of course, what supplements and body hacks Tim is into at the moment.
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%.