18 Burst results for "Jason Goldberg"

"jason goldberg" Discussed on Epicenter

Epicenter

08:58 min | 1 year ago

"jason goldberg" Discussed on Epicenter

"Years. Yeah is he is still pink formula anyway so I think that is to say that you know we're seeing these new patterns. We saying like a used van recover that case and over time I think the more and more people work in this space people use his ten. We see these best practices emerge and from our side. I think implementing these patents starts with boring. It sounds as good documentation. That's good examples of what to follow yen in terms of these these recovery patterns and the patterns that are more novel to be out to follow the practices. That steal out has been. It's been great and you shouldn't example this too when we when we created the while recovery module for a. We did this from two fronts one. Is We start with user research and we put we got paper testing. We put different options people and we saw where they succeeded in where they failed and these are mainstream users started with not with kind of crypto savvy. People and we found was that a six digit pin was the maximum that someone was able to remember again and again and again and so you know obviously writing down. Twelve words would be more optimal but most people don't won't do it. You obviously can't remember twelve words and but six digits was on the that ever people remembered every single time and so we then went to our security experts and said okay. We need to find a way to enable a six digit waller recovery from smart contract to be part of our wallets decay. So we start with the experience and then we reverse engineered back to the technology and appeared out a way to make a six digit. Pin Recovery From Star contract now we also tested which you mentioned social recovery and it failed miserably right and so it's one of these concepts where I think a lot of us crypto nerds like we think. Oh It'd be great you through your friends to help you recover from summer contract. Your friends don't want to help you do that. And you don't want either with most people they actually don't they. Don't get it it's not. It's not a viable solution. And so it's it's okay the fact that security standpoint it would work but doesn't mean people are going to do it so we focus on things if you've action. Us interesting. How do you overcome the challenges? I guess that are linked specifically with regards to the decrypt token. How do you overcome the challenges of civil attacks with? I don't WanNa say it's harder on people but people you need to have a twitter account. You need an APP. It's but you know with with a web browser it's maybe easier to automate identity creations and getting people to sort of like to begin with where launching on APP security is obviously significantly. Easier on an APP is much more easy to explode on the web. Look into Fab and expand into the web later. First and foremost we're releasing the tap where we're introducing these tokens and our seasons. I think when we're looking from a token design point of view we're looking at all these different actions and incentivizing these actions. You GotTa fit the coin and be like okay. What's a malicious user? Can actually do here to try and exploit this so off with confirming that Users read an article are kind of mechanic that to prevent someone doing some kind of ball. That's going to be reading thousands of articles a day and absolutely destroying. I'll take him as A. That's a we sense. Daily cap on the number of Tokens Redick in us. And we also attach a sensible kind of reading speed to articles so someone is really quite reader. Words words per minute a timeout. So that's just an example of how we're thinking about preventing abuse on that particular action but the same applies to shaving. I'm being able to validate that. I think you know there's there's simple things you can do to guard against these kind of militia actors is the best thing is about. They're also you. You'll think the with everything and then just watch the users and fill the holes in them and it's like it's okay. These apps right now are not completely decentralized from the redemption standpoint and so as I said the user has a self custody while it's a spark contract wallet. They own their own keys. We can't take money from them but we do play a role right now when the cash out and so there's always this kind of safety net that well if someone goes to cash out and you saw that they were malicious actor. We don't have to basically on the cash out in that. In that instance now they did something that was our mistake. That allowed them to you. Know to accumulate. Lots of tokens that we should let let 'em keep Aaron. What's the future? What does the future of a media and Tokens looked like this? This is a question that I've carried with me for the last six over six years of doing a podcast is one of the new models. Looked like and were whereas this space gonNa go and I think there's been a lot of experimentation. I mean even even in the early days of epicenter area we're part of the network and And there were some early early experimentation there even before ethereal on counterparty with the token other platforms. Have done this like steam it and okay. Let's not talking about the whole air but You know what's what's the future here. And where are we going to see the most innovation come from my perspective on this that were at the very beginning days of injecting the Internet of money into AP applications websites and enabling all sorts of business models? That are going to be aided by the pack. Anything that you can do any where you can transfer a piece of data or API call or any kind of action. A user can take online whether it's a five star review. Hi Five and Emoji. Whatever might be could have value attached to it and that can have impact on consumer experiences but also on business models and it can start to create new models of how individuals can monetize their data their content etcetera and. I think it's GonNa be. It's GonNa take longer a I. I think people wish to materialize when it does people like Whoa. Where did that come from? It's huge it's everywhere and I think we're at right now is like we're at least up to bat rights of like the six months ago was like this ever happened at least now. We're in the game right and I think now that we're in the game. We're going to start to see some things moving pretty fast. You think about defies an example like a year. No one was talking defy. Suddenly it's everywhere and we're at the beginnings of these kernels of like Internet of value percolating across and it's going to be one of the next the next up all of a sudden you're like well like someone will create the next snapchat or instagram. Or something maybe one of next media site or wherever my be that'll be completely token powered and people like a whole new business models and been invented here. I think it's a vague question. I think wish any the answer. The answer that one I think ultimately all of these businesses largely shaped by the business models that emerged. We've seen that star. The Internet and media companies being completely upended. We've seen that with the rise of social media. I'm personally keeping my eye on this and I'm really excited to what Jason's alluding to and if this kind of lucid business model emerges from web three. I think people are aware that you know this me a different tool kit now where we can start. You know building a new business model but why come back to is just the notion of these web three tools being programmable trust and that's you know being able to design good incentives between between different groups and you know hopefully a system which is there's more equanimity between between the parties to. I don't know but I'm excited to find out well. I'm I'm really looking forward to to seeing where this goes and I'll be following it very closely because it's it's a topic that's very very near to me and I'm really interested in seeing so the progression with epicenter this could also be perhaps an area of experimentation and who knows we could most certainly burn snowed some more over beers or something. Thanks for being on the PODCAST. Thank you so much. Appreciate it thanks..

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Sponsored ads are a boon for Amazon, but a turn-off for shoppers

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00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Sponsored ads are a boon for Amazon, but a turn-off for shoppers

"Amazon's fast growing advertising business is becoming a problem for some shoppers more from Cuomo's Greg Herschel's in case you haven't noticed sponsored ads are flooding Amazon search results making it harder to find the product you're looking for the ads now show up at the top the middle and the bottom of its search listings as well as within pages for other products Amazon overtook Microsoft last year is the third largest ad platform in the U. S. according to eMarketer but the ads risk betraying Amazon's customer friendly reputation and irritating shoppers retail consultant Jason Goldberg says showing ads instead of what people are searching for is in his words the best example of Amazon failing to live up to its mission of becoming earth's most customer centric company he says that's not in the shopper's best

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"jason goldberg" Discussed on Addicted2Success

Addicted2Success

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"jason goldberg" Discussed on Addicted2Success

"I was obsessed with this in the beginning of finding what it is. We're going to be known for right? Like, what's the Fain? What's the thing? I can hang my hat on. And this is going to be the thing I'm known for forever. And again for me, at least that put so much pressure on the I wasn't feeling creative. And then finally through a series of events that that happened to me in reflections and feedback. I was getting from people when I was out in the world doing whatever I was doing. Was I started realizing there was there was a more effective way to approach life and a more effective way to approach building my business, then being obsessed with what I was going to be known for and it's this it was instead focusing on what I was going to be known for activating in other people what I was going to be known for giving permission for people to feel after an interaction with me. And so it's exactly what you just said I want, and this is actually my business plan my true business plan. If people say like, what do you do or like, what's your business plan? It's very very simple for me. It's to leave everybody I meet with at least five percent more joy than I found them. That's it. That's my enact can be coaching or speaking. It'd be working at Starbucks. I don't care if I can leave everybody I meet with the least five percent more joy than I found them that I feel that I'm quote on purpose. So that's something. I would ask everybody. That's listening to think about what's the thing. That you activate another people go ask them don't don't do this. As a theoretical thing. Go ask people in your world. Hey, listen after we talk how has your life different? How do you? Feel after an interaction with me. What kind of impact does just hanging out with me or being my client, or being my friend, or whatever what effect does that have on you? The response you get from that person. Or from those people do not take it lightly that is your true differentiator in the world that is the way you create competition for businesses that is the way you make a real difference in the world is by taking whatever it is that you naturally bring out of other people that you activate. And then that you give them permission to feel and magnifying an amplifying the crap out of that in every interaction that you have with people in the world. Yes. And I love this asking people that you trust around you to give you that on his feedback. We obviously can take it with a grain of salt too. I think getting really familiar with who you are just seems to be this patent, man. I've interviewed hundreds of successful entrepreneurs and leaders philanthropists in as well. And it seems to be that so many of them like a good ninety percent of them able to take you late. Very clearly what this strength saw what they weaknesses on like, they just have great self-awareness near. I think that if we start a striving for that to getting to know yourself instead of getting to know acute cod Ashi in getting or you know, like, oh what's going on with this couple? You know in Hollywood. It's like who cares? Right. Like get to know yourself, I because his value in that there's so much value. It's the number one. I true. I'm a thousand percent agree with you south awareness is everything. And it's in it's and it's not an ego thing, it's not it's not a self identification. Self-importance kind of thing. It really will point you to how you can make the biggest difference in the world. And if you're listening to this podcast, you're a fan of Joel then obviously you want to make a difference in the world. So if you want to live into that if you want to be an integrity with what you say you want to build in the world, don't worry about all of the tactics and strategy and practices. Learn all that stuff. All that skill set stuff is amazing. But if you don't know who you are if you don't know how you best show up in the world. If you don't know.

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"jason goldberg" Discussed on Addicted2Success

Addicted2Success

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"jason goldberg" Discussed on Addicted2Success

"You will tank the entire play and you'll ruin your career and the career of every other actor in the play as you're waiting on the side of the stage to come on stage and deliver your line. How do you think you feel do you feel creative and relaxed and joyful and grateful? No, you feel terrible. You feel constricted you feel anxious. You feel sad. You feel heavy. You feel worried you Bill overwhelmed, and that's what we do ourselves because we treat everything that we're doing in the world as our only line in the play. Now, if you juxtapose that if you contrast that with being the star of a play where you have lines literally on every single page of the play. Then if you screw up a line, if you flood a line isn't going to sting. Yes. It's totally going to stay in your ego is going to be a little bit hurt. But you have another line five seconds later, and then on the next page and the next page and the next page, and you're gonna do that show three times a day four days a week. For the next six weeks. So nobody gives a shit if you flood a single line. And when we start looking at it through the lens of I'm going to create limitless things in my life. The thing I'm creating now does not have to be the thing that I'm known for for the rest of my life. Then again, I get back into relaxed purposeful creativity. I get back into service. I can be a creator. And that's where amazing things come out. Yes. Yes. And say this is the thing that gets people in procrastination is that the of being judged which is a k- fear of not being good enough. Like someone telling you that's nice, but it's not good enough right solely. It's interesting. That you bring these points up by Jason I remember reading a study not long ago where it was through a university. Which won't that what they did was a did a study with people that are working in a workplace, and it will give up either on the payrolls or to have a title change. And most of them opted in to get a better title for that position rather than even impairs like sometimes in the beginning. Like, the stock was like, oh awesome. I have more money. But ultimately what they wanted was the the bed of title. And then to go even deeper what it was was to put it on, you know, that linked in for the world to see. But also like, you know, when you have a Christmas is coming up. So when you have Christmas dinner and in a young coup or Yanti or your sister. Whoever is like, oh, you know, how's work which most people talk about when they meet each other in the oil conversational house. What going for it's. Oh, yeah. I got promoted. Yeah. They've moved to this position. It means making your way up in the world. And it's so funny because it is so status driven in people to like you instead of actually lie. It's like, I would rather people go, you know, what would I hung out with Joe I felt like a frigging million bucks? Like that was so fun to hang out with that, dude. And that's that's what you do. So jason. And you is funny as you were saying on I'm gonna go. Yeah. That's that's exactly what I love about you. And and that's such an important thing. And this is what? You're you're building a personal brand. Or and really a quote personal brand is important for everybody. Whether you're employer or an entrepreneur, it doesn't matter. But one of the things I think is really really important is to be able to increase what I call your Hof right in your Hof is your hangout factor. Right. So not Hof like David Hasselhoff from Baywatch. Do it eating the burger all drunk on the foot, but but you're hanging out factor. And this is not something you manufacturer or that you create. It's something you uncover and you magnify, and so I think what's really important is to recognize, you know, a lot of people, especially people that are entrepreneurs or especially people that are coaches or online educators or speakers, we put so much stress on ourselves..

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"jason goldberg" Discussed on Addicted2Success

Addicted2Success

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"jason goldberg" Discussed on Addicted2Success

"I realized that classic taste and feeling of freedom was what I really truly wanted. And then then I didn't stop there. I had the freedom. And then I realized like I kinda got kind of bored with like traveling everywhere around the well and sipping on Mahita does and cook tells on tropical islands, I realize it wasn't. It was it was that it was the freedom to create Naveh choice and have an option to be able to express what I wanted to express without the stress of the financials and everything else. Then when I started hiring people in building the team is son alleviating some fresh is. And I realized that I had more time to have fun and create into things are tricky morning. And like that's why like for me, I'm passionate about that. Man. I I love coaching people teaching them how to move to a space where they have more options in their life. And that's when you can start to bring fun into the business. And when you face your feel on a on a consistent basis, you could turn your fear into fondly things. I used to be scared of I have fun now. It's like you. I see when you get up on stage, and you speak like you, and I still feel a bit of that nervousness. That's the unconscious trying to get us back in the safety. But at the same time, we have fun with it. It's like the challenge of hey, I love to get out on stage. And not know what the hell about talk about. Let's like free flow free freestyle improvise like have fun. On with it and foam with the audience and engage in being compensation rather than being. So scared about am I gonna screw this up? Yeah. And it's and you nailed something. That's so so important that that I'd love to talk about for a minute. Is that besides the when I was talking about before that I had all this weight. I was carrying around the, you know, the the physical wait emotional weight. All these things that was the W E. I G H T weight. I was carrying around. But there was a different kind of weight as well. And it was the w AIT, wait, right? I was waiting could you all these things? I was so overweight in my life waiting to be all these things because all these fears about well, if I leave my corporate job when I leave my six figure salary to be an entrepreneur. I had connected my myself work with my net worth. And so I didn't have this job or this title or this identity. Who would I be IB purposeless right back to that in the very beginning? I whereas my purpose if I don't have a purpose, I'm worthless. And all these things started happening, and the the the metaphor that I finally got into and I go back to this anytime, I'm launching something you because. It doesn't. I don't believe maybe some people do. But I don't believe that like it ever goes away. When you're launching something brand new into the world, whatever it is whether it's whether it's your poetry or it's a business. It doesn't just have to be entrepreneurs. Maybe what your quote launching into the world is asking your boss for promotion or for a raise like anything that you're creating in the form that is currently formless you are going to have some kind of stress and anxiety around. And so when I finally started realizing in the visualization I have in my head that I would invite everybody here to to play with because will allow you to lose the weight w AIT almost instantly is this this concept of recognizing that whatever you do. It's not your only line in the play. Right. And so in prison break and my book, there's a chapter call it's not your only line in the play and the very basic premises. This imagine that you're in a stage show like a stage production of a play, and you're often the wings, and you're waiting to come on stage and the play is going on. And you have one line in this play a pivotal line in this. Play. And if you do not deliver it with perfect, timing and perfect diction and perfect emotion..

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"jason goldberg" Discussed on Addicted2Success

Addicted2Success

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"jason goldberg" Discussed on Addicted2Success

"And I remember it was my first year of being a coach where I literally might my my girlfriend at the time found me on the couch, and I was scrolling on my phone, and it wasn't Facebook. I was throwing my phone in the fetal position and what I was doing was. I was on careerbuilder looking for jobs, and I just I said, that's it. Yeah. As I'm done. I can't do it. I'm not making any money. I'm working so hard. I'm putting so much pressure on myself and nothing's happening. And and that's what it really occurred to me. And that's where everything started shifting for me. And it's a big part of now when I do in my work is I realized that I was living into the conditioning that I had to be serious to be successful. It's one of the biggest lies we've ever been sold in the world that we have to be serious to be successful. And I heard it time and time again. And if you ask yourself, everybody listening to this ask yourself, how many times have you heard if you were a serious entrepreneur, you would do this. If you ever want to get into. A serious relationship. You better do that you need to get serious about your health all these things about being serious. And and it's not good or bad. But for me, the word serious does not make me feel expansive or creative. It makes me feel constricted makes me feel pressure fill. It makes me feel heavy. And so then I happened to listen to a an audio by Alan watts who I'm a huge fan of. I just I love Allah wants one of the greatest philosophers of our time. And he had this audio where he talked about the opposite of being serious is being sincere. And that was a big shift for me because I didn't want to be serious. But if you think about the opposite of series, a lot of people think, oh, well, if I'm not serious that means I don't care about my work. That means I'm aimless that means I'm getting drunk, and I'm partying or I'm sitting on the couch eating potato chips trying to manifest success. No, no, no. I want to be very sincere about my work. I want to be devoted. I wanna be committed. I want to channel all of my love and my service in my integrity, and my mastery, and and my presence and everything else into the work that I'm. I don't have to make it so serious. I don't have to make it so significance. And when I started practicing being sincere and playful instead of being heavy and serious everything started to change in my business. A while. And there's a difference. Remember before we talked about reward responsibility. Now, that's the thing too. It's like, hey, how much of my potty having fun. You can bring that into your business and still get results. Right. If you do it in a right way, because I know, you know, with a meal with elevate what building out the moment and even addicted success. What what I see is that like for the longest time when I first began in my entrepreneurial journey with addicted to success money was the motivation. But then when I made enough money to tell my painting, the us boss is costing me too much to be here. Right..

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"jason goldberg" Discussed on Addicted2Success

Addicted2Success

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"jason goldberg" Discussed on Addicted2Success

"To the free patents that we were researching. So that only we can go out there in the world and sell it. And they said, well, that's great. I mean, we would love to support grad students. It would look good for us as NASA to be supporting, you know, young entrepreneurs things like that. But listen, we have another potential buyer came to the table. And there are a billion dollar semiconductor company. So I don't know that you guys can compete and immediately I was crushed. And I was like how can we possibly compete with a billion dollar company when we're five guys in college. And so we sat down and just the five of us in one of our our advisers, and we were kind of just talking about some stuff and it occurred to me, I said guys, why does it matter? They're a billion dollar company, and they said, well, I mean, they have all of this money that they can use for research. We don't have nearly as much money to put into researchers. They do. And they said, yes, they do have that as one of their differentiator, don't they? But you know, what we have? We don't have competing projects. See that billion dollar company has twenty different segments of companies inside that are fighting for those same dollars. And so of NASA cells to them their project may get shelf because the money gets taken away to another project, and they say, yeah. But they have teams and teams of engineers that can that can rapidly prototype this stuff, and I said, yeah. But that also means they have a lot of bureaucracy. They have a lot of red tape where small team we can decide today that we're going to change something in the change happens today, and they said, okay, fine. They also have a bunch of relationships with other big companies, and they sell all these other products. And I said, yeah, you're right, which means all those other products are competing with Nasr's product. We have no other products, but Nastase product, we will do nothing but cell and focus on their product. And so the guys in the room, we're like this this might actually work. So we went back to the NASA guys. And I laid out the entire thing. I said, here's what that billion dollar company has and let me tell you why that's actually a disadvantage to you. And why that's an advantage to you to pick us instead, and they picked us, and we got exclusive licensed to three pounds from the shuttle program and beat at eight billion dollar company because we were able to live in the space of our disadvantage is our differentiator. By you, have lived a very colorful life. Just getting started on it. I know right is graphic comedian host speaker coach NASA like always like entrepeneurship. I mean, man, this is and I love it. Because it's such a testament to how you enter the every space that I see you in is that you're just like anything's possible here, and let's have fun with it. And that's the thing. It's like you've gotta have fun on the road to success. And I just love this because you're like a mad Frick and scientists in the lab of live just testing experimenting and making it happen when you have something in your in your book moves seeing something about the fetal entrepreneur couch. Syndromes it's also about this. What does this make Yata pronounce it feces? Right. Because it feels like you're swimming in your own crap. Sometimes as an so BC's or at stands for fetal entrepreneur couch syndrome symptoms include laying on the couch in the fetal position being an entrepreneur and crying like. A little bitch. Because you feel like you're probably not cut out to be an entrepreneur. And the reason I know this is because I suffered from it..

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"jason goldberg" Discussed on Addicted2Success

Addicted2Success

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"jason goldberg" Discussed on Addicted2Success

"I'm not eating the cereal until I know why people put milk in it. Right. That's the same as people saying, well, I'm not going to take action in the world until I know where all of this has come from. I have to know the why I have to know all the root causes of everything before I can take any kind of inspired action. No, you eat the cereal while you're googling. Why people quit milk and cereal. Right. So it's really interesting and fun for you. And you're curious about where you're different traumas or fears or whatever come from great research that get there if you get coaching, do whatever. But but don't let that stop you from starting to take some kind of action in the world because the more action, you take exponentially, the faster, you will actually heal the things that you think need to be healed before you can take action. It's a weird catch twenty two. But in my experience, that's how it happens. Dude. Have you experienced that? That's why it's so funny as you're saying this, and I'm also just remembering the other things you said earlier interview, it's kind of like how to take the negative parts of yourself. Self and utilize it to to make yourself amazing. Yes. It's it's fricken insane. It's like what we really bad at all. Like, what would you rebel against than what you get in trouble for and then this here as well? I love it do and that's in love when you just keep it on. Because this is another principle that I really believe is not your disadvantage is your differentiator. Right. Your disadvantages your differentiator. And where that came to light for me was when I was in graduate school when I was doing my masters in business. I started a company in partnership with NASA with the space shuttle program here in the states. And so it was me and a group of four other guys in grad school just five guys in grad school. We had no money. We had. No backing we had no credibility. We have nothing and NASA came to my grad school and said, hey, we want you to pick five people to put into this project. And we want you to do a marketing assessment to see if technology from the show program has some use out in the world that we can sell to people we can sell the private sector. We can sell education. Whatever just give us a PowerPoint that lets us know if there's any market feasibility. So we sat down. As a team there were two business guys on our team and three engineering guys. I was one of the business guys and we sat down, and then we said, listen, we could do what they asked. We could do a market feasibility test or we can take our three engineers we have prototype technology ourselves and go out and find them a buyer, right? Not just the PowerPoint go out and find them a buyer, and that's what we did. In four months. We were able to prototype and find them a buyer or a potential buyer that wanted to evaluate this technology. So we go back, and we do our final presentation for them. And it was great and they loved it. And then we told them at the end. Hey, just so you know, we've prototype. This. We have a potential buyer for you, and we would like to start a company in partnership with you where we get exclusive license.

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"jason goldberg" Discussed on Addicted2Success

Addicted2Success

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"jason goldberg" Discussed on Addicted2Success

"This is so good at what they little do. You know, you go through one hundred and twenty on the dash mature only going forty and we do that. So often we discount out own potential. Ability each and every day, and it was so cool that you stood there in front of Mary. You're like man as much more here, and you sore it like we were talking about this before the call that like you love this whole senior future self, and I end you in the video if you're listening to order right now in the video of this interview Jason has a DeLorean from a back to the future to in there. And and I mean, I don't know why why do you have that? They're Jason why is it so important I just want. I just love it. Because there's something about time travel in and of itself that that that completely froze away any conditioning. We have right. There's a level of possibilities in time travel that you get access to things that you shouldn't get access to on in this plane of existence. And I believe the same thing is actually possible on this point of existence. I think there are so many things that we don't know where capable of intil. We put ourselves out there. See we're capable of it. Now, most of the time this happens as a result of trauma. Right. So you know You know me. me with with my with being three hundred and thirty pounds and losing over one hundred and thirty pounds, despite the fact that I love bacon so much but losing all that weight that showed me that my human spirit was unbreakable. And no matter how sad or depressed or angry or even suicidal. I was I could come back from that. But I can't sit in a chair and fear is and conceptualize what I'm what I'm capable of. I have to get out there and test the mass. There's this misconception that medical advancements and science advancements in technology advancements are all based on engineering and on math that's done on paper. But that's actually not what happens. There are no advancements in the world. And we until we take the math. That's on paper and go test the math out in the world. Right. So no advancement in the world has ever happened on paper testing. What's on the paper is what's actually created the advancement? And so that's what I think is is possible for all of us is is to stop the. This is one of my pet peeves in personal growth, personal growth has become a lot of mental masturbation. Right. And that's just that's just what it is, dude. Like, it's people they do it's so it's so true. Like, and you see these people who say, you know, what I just once once I heal this trauma. I'm gonna go sit in a room for six months. Once I heal this trauma that I'm going to start taking action in my life. And to me, that's like saying once I have a six pack of ads then all star going to the gym like, that's that's just not the way it works. Right. You you get into action now and the the analogy I was used back when I was a fat kid. I used to love cereal like, I would eat cereal milk all the time. I don't know if you've ever cereal fan, dude. But like lucky charms and milk like just super unhealthy in one day. I asked myself I was super curious MRs like when I'm in my twenties because I was still eating this crap in my twenties when I was in my twenties. I sat there one day. And I asked myself who was the first person who thought about putting milk and cereal. Like why why milk in Syria? Why not water in cereal why not orange juice in Syria. Like why milk, right? And I got really curious about this. But here's what people do in in in parallel to that. I had a thought my head. I'm really curious about why people put milk and cereal the metaphor the analogy there or the parallel there is somebody having a thought in their head. That says I'm not good enough to do this thing. What if I fail? I'm not sure how this is all gonna work out. So just let's say they're just innocent thoughts in our head. What I if I were to sit there and say, well, I'm not touching the cereal..

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"jason goldberg" Discussed on Addicted2Success

Addicted2Success

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"jason goldberg" Discussed on Addicted2Success

"It's it's so true, man. And I really believe, you know, one of the I I work a lot in distinctions. I love I love this versus bat. Right because I don't wanna have to pull out like twenty step process to live my life and be happy. Right. It's like it's too much work. And I'm not that smart really really simple, but I can do. So I like a lot of distinction this vs. Not that way in in the moment. I just know what's going on. And as somebody who grew up with a lot of anger issues and a lot of depression, sadness. And you know, this about my story, but I was heavy my entire life, and I got up to three hundred thirty two pounds in my late twenties. Dude. I mean, I was I was dying slow down. I was like forty percent body fat, which is like, you know, like a baby when it comes out of the room. It's you know, it's not something you shouldn't be that big. And I just heard all these issues and besides the physical weight that I was carrying around. There was all these other types of weight that had nothing to do with with pounds or kilos or stone. And it was my emotional weight, and my mental weight and financial wait like worrying about money. Just all these types of way that I was carrying around. And it was all this self-imposed pressure that it was it was absolutely ruining my life and Intel I really stepped into personal responsibility, really taking personal responsibility. And seeing that everything that was being presented to me. It was just convicted of the game. It was just an an improv game. And I was being a crappy scene partner. Right. Like an improv the rule is. Yes. And ride down if you've heard this before, but an improv games, you always say, yes anes? There's somebody says something in a scene where it's not scripted. It's all improv you never say. No. Because you say no, it ends the scene. You can't go anywhere from no. But yes, and is the connector so you could keep creating and what I was doing for the first two years of my life was being a crappy scene partner with the universe. And every time. I would say something I'd say, no. And then everything stops. And I wonder why like didn't get any better. So when I really started treating it like an improv game and saying, yes. And and looking forward to I was looking I started looking forward to be tested, right? Like if somebody goes used to be big into cars. I don't know if you've ever heard of this. I was big into like suiting up like the foreign cars, you know, whatever Hondas and all that crap. I was a little rice rocket guy. And and when we spend all this money when we spend all this money. You don't spend all this money on a car and put in a new exhaust system in and nitrous and turbocharger and all this stuff. You don't spend thirty thousand dollars supercar. And then say I'm gonna go drive twenty miles an hour in a residential street because I don't want to put any stress on the parts. It's no you put these parts in the car purposely. So you can go see what the car is made of. And when we get into the place where we say, we look in the mirror everyday and say, let's see what this puppy can do. I looking forward to being tested today. It puts us in a constant state of creativity and creation instead of being a reactor to what's going on. World. Man. Wow. What is what is this puppy capable of doing? I love that. I showed her another podcast. I think it's worth reliving this because it's really important. And I love that you brought it there because there was a guy by the name of Dr Myles Munroe incredible teacher, he actually pasta way back in two thousand fifteen and he says like, you know, he likes to like in the like in God as the manufacturer, right? And where the products, and he says, it's like we're all like a car for could use this as analogy is said gonna put two hundred and twenty miles on the dash, and what's happening is most people in life accrues all along at like, forty miles an hour. And then someone comes flying poss- Emmett fifty miles an hour, and you turn around and go. Oh my gosh. How amazing is that person? Look them..

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"jason goldberg" Discussed on Addicted2Success

Addicted2Success

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"jason goldberg" Discussed on Addicted2Success

"Because I think this is such a common question is huge and step one. I would save you're trying to find your purpose is stop looking right. Because in reason, I say that is because there's such a debilitating heaviness when you think you don't have a purpose, and you should write as soon as you think you should add something you don't have immediately. There's a gap between who you are. And who you think you're supposed to be and there's a constant identity crisis. Right. You can never possibly be happy in a moment because you're always in a space of lack so step one. And you're looking for your purpose in stop, right? And get present go from purpose to presence, right? How can I really be in this moment and see what showing? For me, so step one get rid of purpose presence step to though is really figuring out where your genius owners and a lot of people talk about basin. You know, gay Hendricks wrote an amazing book, the, you know, the big leap about finding years on a genius versus years on excellence, and all that stuff all that stuff is wonderful. But when I talk about my genius zone. And when I teach my students about this the junior zone is less about what you do. And it's more about who you be right who you are in the world. And so the thing that I would have people do a step two is look back at all all throughout your life. Especially when you're a kid look out what you were either praise for and got approval for or and this is the one people never do the thing you got in trouble for right? Because if you look at the thing, you either have pray spor or got in trouble for you're gonna find some golden thread of what lights you up in the world. So for me, I got in trouble all the time for being a class clown and talking too much, and that is exactly the thing that lights me up now is being able to teach people and be up there and perform and try to lighten people's lives. Up and try to Jim Carey says freedom from concern for a little while. So you can look back into your childhood and see what it was that. You were either loved and approved for or got in trouble for you'll start finding some kind of inkling of truth that can guide you on what you do next. And so now, I gotta know. What's yours? New was there's what did you? Does. So I man, you know, my biggest thing was. I feel like there's a couple. I rebelled heavily against the schooling system. Like, I really felt like I was not meant to be there. And as a matter of fact, I put more of my energy into injustice and was standing up for people in my in my grade that we're getting bullied, and ultimately, I ended up getting bullied, and I ended up getting so shifted my focus from a schooling that I fell behind and actually dropped out of high school. And so you know, that that like at the time felt like it was such a curse, and I could have been the victim. But I turned it into me channeling my energy into my inspiration. And and creating a career for myself that I was proud four. But I didn't know that at the time. Then it's always like, you know, in retrospect, you see it, and it's all I d I can connect the dots now, and it makes sense. Yeah. And that's perfect. And so you rebelled against the system because you were a stand for possibilities. You had the courage to rebel against the conditioning that everybody was telling you you needed to follow because you saw a grander picture funny. It kind of sounds like what you do for a living now. Right. So so it's interesting. How those dots can be connected. So so really finding what it was you got in trouble for an and or or what you got praise for that can all work as well. And then and then step three is really asking yourself if I can get out of my own way can get out of my own ego. Right because one of the things that holds us back to most of my opinion. And by the way, I am not any kind of sage on the stage. Anything that we talk about? Here are things that I have struggled with or spoiler still continue to struggle with in my own life..

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"jason goldberg" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"jason goldberg" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"Proof drew from taiwan epicenter of the show which doctrine on the technologies project as time strength decentralisation amical watching revolution my name as soon as he could you my name is banned five in trained we hit today veith fab van baalen and jason goldberg said they are the founders of that of simple tote now foods have known ben for a long time 'cause we used to work together in muynak's sand aso's recently heard about simple tokens really interesting concept some excited to have had before the guys on today thanks for having us we should likewise appreciate it savimbi sent a huge jason so you you haven't along an interesting history as a starter founder and instead of a senior veteran known of many wars at most important may and perhaps best known you were the founder and ceo comey called fap dot com which many of listeners 'summit listeners will probably have some big memory off because it was one said in one of the fastest growing most hyped most exciting startups and been hannah some would spectacular and end equally sudden demise said do you might sharing a salute made like how did you originally gained to start not corner shape in what was you kind of cherney through that sure sure i'm in my background alike startups technology actually goes back to the mid nineties i was working at the clinton white house uh is that during the the birth of the internet or a couple of guys in the white house he us there from ninety three in ninety eight.

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"jason goldberg" Discussed on Epicenter Bitcoin

Epicenter Bitcoin

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"jason goldberg" Discussed on Epicenter Bitcoin

"Proof drew from taiwan epicenter of the show which doctrine on the technologies project as time strength decentralisation amical watching revolution my name as soon as he could you my name is banned five in trained we hit today veith fab van baalen and jason goldberg said they are the founders of that of simple tote now foods have known ben for a long time 'cause we used to work together in muynak's sand aso's recently heard about simple tokens really interesting concept some excited to have had before the guys on today thanks for having us we should likewise appreciate it savimbi sent a huge jason so you you haven't along an interesting history as a starter founder and instead of a senior veteran known of many wars at most important may and perhaps best known you were the founder and ceo comey called fap dot com which many of listeners 'summit listeners will probably have some big memory off because it was one said in one of the fastest growing most hyped most exciting startups and been hannah some would spectacular and end equally sudden demise said do you might sharing a salute made like how did you originally gained to start not corner shape in what was you kind of cherney through that sure sure i'm in my background alike startups technology actually goes back to the mid nineties i was working at the clinton white house uh is that during the the birth of the internet or a couple of guys in the white house he us there from ninety three in ninety eight.

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"jason goldberg" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"jason goldberg" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"Grinder has had such a societal impact that it actually effected the hetero world in that terror sure is grinder yes for sure and tinder is straight grander in straight grinder now and it was like when they gays were using grinder or say oh no that's crazy now it's like the i was watching you watch insecure and hbo i have not seen a watch the show in seeing okay amazing it's basically like the la urban version of girls so it's a completely self absorbed group of people they just happened to be africanamerican living in inglewood where i used to go play poker at hollywood park so it's kind of interesting references but they're they have a hookup culture and with young kids the disconnected the concept of sex from relationship which i think is directly out of the mail gay possibly there's this culture the gay handshake which is how do you meet some one gove sex with them right with his with this is and that was that with a sort of addressing the show is like people are very much like we could have sex and then decide if we're gonna have a relationship or not kinda disconnected at which is software everyone is not for everybody it's it's touch let people leave a people and as long as they're not hurting other people it's fine yeah that's what i think all right listen let's recap here as we will as we wind up jason goldberg is staying very balanced try and staying healthy and he is indefatigable and always has been he sees a huge opportunity with simple token i do not disagree with you i would be very interested in in hearing more about it i think it's through the infrastructure needs to be built because so many people the people who are running real businesses are so busy with the real businesses that to go do.

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"jason goldberg" Discussed on This Week in Startups - Audio

This Week in Startups - Audio

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"jason goldberg" Discussed on This Week in Startups - Audio

"Grinder has had such a societal impact that it actually effected the hetero world in that terror sure is grinder yes for sure and tinder is straight grander is straight grinder now and it was like when they gays were using grinder it's like oh no that's crazy now it's like the i was watching you watch insecure and hbo i have not seen a watch the show instincts 300 or okay amazing it's basically like the la urban version of girls so it's a completely self absorbed group of people they just happened to be africanamerican living in inglewood where i used to go play poker at hollywood park so it's kind of interesting references but they're they have a hookup culture and with young kids the disconnected the concept of sex from relationship which i think is directly out of the mail gay possibly there's this the gateway handshake which is how do you meet some one gove sex with them right with his with this is and that was that with a sort of addressing the show is like people are very much like we could have sex and then decide if we can have a relationship or not he kinda disconnected at which is suffer everyone is not for everybody it's it's don't they dutch let people leave a people and as long as they're not hurting other people it's fine yeah that's what i think all right listen let's recap here as we will as we wind up jason goldberg is staying very balanced try and staying healthy and he is indefatigable and always has been he sees a huge opportunity with simple token i do not disagree with you i would be very interested in in hearing more about it i think it's through.

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"jason goldberg" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"jason goldberg" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"Startups okay everybody welcome back to this week in startups i'm your host jason cal canas you can follow me on twitter jason or instagram at jason and you can buy the new book angel my new book about angel investing in one hundred fifty companies and six of them becoming unicorns that book is available were fine books are sold or go to angel the book dot com also a little plug here for angel podcast dot com we came up with the second idea for a podcast it's now in the top fifty in business it's even higher than this weekend startups to candidly which was a little bit shocking to me but i guess hey people want to hear from the money people in the investor so go ahead check out angel podcast the brand new podcast which is doing really well my guest today jason goldberg zero entrepreneur indefatigable founder you could follow him on beta shop on twitter and you probably know him from fab dot com where he had a very material rise and also was like me at target of gawker and nick entered in all kinds of it he he had a very special thing about you even more so than me he loves to attack you will you know it was brutal hit spine who isn't fine but it was brutal i need larry at like they would take i remember they would take your vacation photos and they would try to like make something out of you being.

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"jason goldberg" Discussed on This Week in Startups - Audio

This Week in Startups - Audio

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"jason goldberg" Discussed on This Week in Startups - Audio

"Startups okay everybody welcome back to this week in startups i'm your host jason cal canas you can follow me on twitter jason or instagram at jason and you can buy the new book angel my new book about angel investing in one hundred fifty companies and six of them becoming unicorns that book is available were fine books are sold or go to angel the book dot com also a little plug here for angel podcast dot com we came up with the second idea for a podcast it's now in the top fifty in business it's even higher than this weekend started upstairs candidly which was a little bit shocking to me but i guess hey people want to hear from the money people in the investor so go ahead check out angel podcast the brand new podcast which is doing really well my guest today jason goldberg zero entrepreneur indefatigable founder you could follow him on beta shop on twitter and you probably know him from fab dot com where he had a very material rise and also was like me at target of gawker and nick entered in all kinds of it he had a very special thing about you even more so than me he loves to attack you will you know it was brutal hit spine who isn't fine but it was brutal i need larry petty you know i like they would take i remember they would take your vacation photos and they would try to like make something out of you being.

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"jason goldberg" Discussed on This Week in Startups - Audio

This Week in Startups - Audio

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"jason goldberg" Discussed on This Week in Startups - Audio

"And thanks for making software that easy and powerful and keeps us up and running here at launch we truly appreciate the product and were honoured by you supporting independent media like this we can startups that helps so many people hundreds of thousands of people every week tuning in millions every month tens of millions of last couple years all because where space and other partners we have supported us so i i just want to take a moment to thank them for that as well for that reason alone go ahead check out square smith our com and remember to use the promo code twist so they know that your uncle jason sent you okay let's get back to this amazing episode everybody welcome back to this week and startups thanks to our partners for supporting independent media like this we can start up she can help us out by reviewing and raiding the show on i tunes or other services like that and you can subscribe to our youtube channel youtubecomignbeyond weekend my guest today jason goldberg he's beta shop on the old twitter and he is the director co founder and ceo of simple token and people rut which ayuba working for the past year as social network around interests yes so after the fab story we had spinoff from fab those ham um which we sold at the beginning of last year to group a financial backers behind the beach or company which is a billion dollar plus furniture company swiss german and the next day i started a company called people and so we've been at people working for about fifteen sixteen months now and the the cousin people was how do you democratize the market for every day expertise and take aim at markets lake tripadvisor yell.

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