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Master your learning, one episode at a time.

Great Minds
1/10/2018

How To Learn Like Isaac Newton

Isaac Newton was an English mathematician, astronomer and physicist and one of the greatest scientists who ever lived. He answered the riddles of light and motion, discovered gravity and co-created calculus. This video will give you an insight into Newton's life and three tips you can take away from him to apply to your own learning and life.

Great Minds
1/3/2018

How To Learn Like Marie Curie

Marie Curie was a Polish-French scientist who conducted pioneering research on radioactivity. She was the first woman to win the Nobel Prize and the first person to win it twice. This video will give you an insight into Curie's life and three tips you can take away from her to apply to your own learning and life.

Great Minds

How To Learn like Santiago Ramón y Cajal

Santiago Ramón y Cajal was a Spanish pathologist and one of the founding fathers of modern neuroscience. He won the Nobel Prize for Medicine in 1906 and his work forms the basis for our current understanding of the human brain. This video will give you three tips you can take away from Ramón y Cajal to apply to your own learning and life.

Great Minds
10/25/2017

How To Learn Like Mark Zuckerberg

Mark Zuckerberg is the CEO and Founder of Facebook, the world's largest social network and is the 5th richest man in the world. This video will give you three tips you can take away from Zuckerberg to apply to your own learning and life.

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ProductivityPodcastsML101: Tiago Forte on Building a Second Brain, Using Design Thinking to Improve Your Life and How to Prepare for the Future of Work

Discover the fundamental pillars of a great note taking system, how design thinking can be used to improve your productivity and life and the actions you can take to prepare yourself for the future of work.

MetaLearningPodcastsML100: What I Learned in 2017: The 3 Qualities of Exceptional Learners, Choosing Great Teachers and Setting Up Accountability Systems

This episode is my review of 2017, so in it I’ll discuss 5 key lessons I’ve learned in the year gone by including the 3 qualities of all exceptional learners I’ve discovered from my interviews, how to identify great teachers, and how to set up systems that create it.

MetaLearningPodcastsML99: Nat Eliason on How To Teach Yourself Anything, The Art of Self-Experimentation and Practical Lessons from Building Businesses

Discover how to teach yourself anything with the sandbox method, how to run and manage self-experimentation projects and career lessons from building a thriving blog, two podcasts and a successful business.

Decision-Making PodcastsML98: Ali Almossawi on Using Algorithms to Make Better Decisions, Sidestepping Logical Fallacies and How To Think More Critically

Discover how to use algorithms to think smarter and make better decisions, how to sidestep logical fallacies and improve your critical thinking skills in a world full of noise and how to make sense of the data deluge we’re experiencing in the 21st century.

PodcastsText LinkML97: How To Choose What To Learn

Choosing what to learn is no easy task if you’re doing it right, but doing a bit of work up front can save you a lot of trouble in the end. Discover the major differences between passion and professional projects, a simple framework for identifying the skill you should learn next and the three skills everyone should be developing in the 21st century.

PodcastsText LinkML96: Cecily Sommers on the Universal Principles of Mastery, Understanding the 4 Forces Shaping the 21st Century and How To Think Like a Futurist

Discover the universal principles behind mastering any skill or field of knowledge, the 4 Forces shaping the 21st Century and what to do about them and the mental models and habits needed to think like a futurist.

PodcastsText LinkML95: Stephen Kosslyn on Building the Intentional University, Applying the Science of Learning and Reinventing Higher Education for the 21st Century

Discover how Minerva, an innovative new university, applies the science of learning to its curriculum and pedagogy, the major misconceptions about the project and its key innovations and the importance of community and the human factor in any learning program.

PodcastsText LinkML94: Seth Godin on Educating the Leaders of the Future, Secrets of Closing the Sale and How To Do Creative Work That Matters

Discover the major insights behind a successful online education program, lessons about creativity including quitting projects and getting feedback and the secrets to selling with integrity and marketing effectively.

PodcastsText LinkML93: Oli Barrett on Turning Contacts into Connections, Communicating Effectively and How To Build Relationships That Last

Discover how to turn contacts into connections and build relationships that last, strategies for effective communication and the best time management techniques for juggling multiple projects.

PodcastsText LinkML92: Kyle Pearce on How To Become a DIY Genius, Getting into Flow and Learning from Other Cultures

Discover the skills needed to thrive in the 21st century and learn more effectively online, how to access the flow state that produces optimal performance and the value of learning from other cultures while travelling.

PodcastsText LinkML91: Jonathan Levi on Speed Reading and Memorisation Strategies, Experimenting with Nootropics and How to Produce Great Online Courses

Discover the most common mistakes people make when trying to process and remember information, the value of nootropics and cognitive enhancers in learning and how to experiment with them and what makes great online education.

PodcastsText LinkML90: Noah Kagan on Learning with Beginner's Mind, Lessons from Building An 8-Figure Business and The Key to Marketing that Makes People Listen

Discover how to use beginner's mind to accelerate your learning, business lessons from building an 8-Figure Founder and the key to effective marketing that will make people listen in a world full of noise.

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