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Michelle Obama to release show on Spotify

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03:06 min | Last month

Michelle Obama to release show on Spotify

"Join me for the Michelle Obama podcast. You can listen for free only on spotify. Bracken Michelle Obama's higher ground production company is launching the Michelle. Obama podcast on July. The two thousand, nine, hundred, another exclusive show to spotify that new exclusive apple news today podcast that we reported on yesterday. It has an RSS feed after all can expedia added to some podcast APPs including Overcast Marco Armand describes that as a hack. However, the RSS feed is hidden from third parties in Apple's API and it's mirror. Your L. has also been disabled, and so the intention appears to be. Be that it's an exclusive. And the verge described it as such now we discovered a May many radio fronts. PODCASTS also withholds. There are s feed address. If you use the apple API and at the time, apple declines to confirm this or comment on how this achieved Dan Meisner has spotted than apple is self hosting the Audio? Other apple shows are hosted by art nineteen. An evoke terror suggests in article that we linked to today from our show notes and our newsletter this could be the beginning of the end of the feet and possibly podcast hosts, too. In other news apple is hiring for a US and Canada and deter for apple podcasts. Go go go jobs dot net. Sin Has announced a new distribution agreement with. An Indian music podcasts and video service with one hundred and fifty million active users and to radio DOT COM has a new distribution agreement with twitch, which will bring live radio programming to twitch his video streaming platform on me cost media. somethingyoushouldknow has joined Westwood One podcast was formerly signed to DAX. Captivate has an agreement with songs for podcasters toward our podcast to licensed songs from independent musicians I'm an adviser to them. Radio Days Africa had a session about podcast in. You can read up on the topics discussed for watch the whole. Whole thing if you like four soccer ventures is a new company launching a podcast network. It plans to spend six figures growing shows. It's also partnered with a girls soccer network following on from its launch of a secure podcast distribution. Yesterday on me. Studio has posted an in-depth blog piece at our private premium and secure podcast feeds and the school of podcasting Dave Jackson has updated his big list of podcasts about podcasts. We're hoping he does a podcast about it and titles it the podcast about the list of podcasts about podcasts podcast. Sorry. And, in Podcast News Entrepreneur. John Roya has launched John Rowe show row sold his former company to salesforce in two thousand and fifteen in the first episode. He's interviewed by Jordan Harbinger and jury duty trial of Robert. DURST changes the game for true crime podcasts according to crime story media. WHO's making it? The podcasts launched earlier this week and is to follow the trial of billionaire Robert Durst as it happens,

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"jordan harbinger" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

01:40 min | 3 months ago

"jordan harbinger" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

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"jordan harbinger" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

02:30 min | 3 months ago

"jordan harbinger" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"DEFCON. And it has a lot of friends in the social engineering village. There any rounds up. All this knowledge has an experience and interviews a ton of interesting and successful people on his podcast Jordan Harbinger show and even though he used to dream about becoming someone in the intelligence community now he trains those kinds of people. Well remarkably what intelligence officers do best is not follow people through dark alleys and go and chases and you know this and everyone listening probably knows this too but one of the things. Intelligence officers tend to do a lot of is manage lots and lots of relationships sometimes people who are not completely open sometimes of people who are maybe a little hostile and they have to generate trust. And that's exactly what I'm training them to do. I'm teaching people how to know like and trust you so that you can use influence and it's fairly straightforward but it requires a lot of discipline a lot of practice and you really have to work on the skills it becomes a way of being and a set of habits not a set of hypnosis persuasion tactics that you can apply you really do need to be socially fluent. I'm training them. Things that I learned as a teenager that I then turned into things I used in my twenties to date and meet people that I then once again turned into social engineering and networking and in sales. It's really come full circle. Once punk kid chose wisely through a series of remarkable events. He ended up teaching himself to be socially fluent and is now running his own business making even more money than what he did as a lawyer on Wall Street more money than what he could have probably been making if he was a criminal to you. I don't know what the life lesson is here to take away from Jordan. Maybe not to be afraid of pushing the boundaries and the rules because you might not realize how smart you are you get caught or maybe. It's that social skills are a ton more valuable than we think and that social engineering can be applied for good and have great rewards. But of course what's interesting to me is. Jordan is constantly trying to learn and grow every day. It doesn't matter how smart he is or feels like he is. He knows he needs to learn more. Which is something. I think that's important for us all no matter how much knowledge we think. We have thanks to Jack for the opportunity to be on dark darkness. Diaries will link to that. Podcast in the show notes. Also in the show notes. There are worksheets for each episode. So you can review what you've learned today from well me and Jack and we now have transcripts for each episode including this one and those can be found in the show notes as well..

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"jordan harbinger" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

02:05 min | 3 months ago

"jordan harbinger" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"People don't he goes. If you learn how to do that. You know you can write your own ticket. You'll make partner earlier in. That changed the way that I look at work forever. Once again one person saying the right thing in the right time enlightened Jordan instead of banging away becoming a great lawyer maybe he needs to changes. Focus a little thought about this. Oh there's this secret third path. Nobody's even thinking about which has to do with networking and relationship development. Mrs Psychology based. I can do this this. These are people skills. This is social engineering. But it's like sales so I never a lot of people look at social engineering. And they go. Yeah it's kind of like sales only. It's a little dark side. I learned social engineering. I and I went. Oh it's like sales. It's social engineering. But it's it's white hats. I didn't even think about that before. So then I dedicated myself whole hog into body language nonverbal communication persuasion influence. That kind of stuff was my bag so I took every class. I could find a read every book that I could and I started to apply this and I started trying to generate business for the firm and of course I was too young and too journey to be able to do this and force other lawyers. They didn't care to learn this. They didn't know it was important. What they did care was that I went from being a homebody nerd to going out all the time in meeting. A ton of women and people were like well. Wait what happened you? And while morning all this sales stuff and networking stuff and it just so happens that when you apply to the opposite sex it really works. Well and then people had their attention right then. Everybody was like Way Way Way Way. Teach me what you're talking about here. And that was the genesis of meat. Starting the Jordan Harbinger. Show podcast and the things that I teach in consulting and things like that when I say radically trained law enforcement military and security companies Jordan. Harbinger is a podcast. That's how I met him one podcast. You're meaning another no stranger to going to.

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"jordan harbinger" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

01:52 min | 3 months ago

"jordan harbinger" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

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"jordan harbinger" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

01:47 min | 3 months ago

"jordan harbinger" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"Started to send them more and more transcripts and they would call me ironically on a clone cell phone. Some of the time it was me they would ask me questions about how where a meeting these people how. I'm engaging with them and things like that. I don't know this as fact but I think since probably didn't have enough manpower to deal with this. They felt comfortable enough having me. Send Them I guess you'd call it the leads in progress the conversations to the point where it was very clear. These were no longer innocent parties. That were just kind of interested in flirting with someone online. It became really clear in really obvious very quickly that these guys were more than willing to cross state lines and meet with and engage with a minor and this is long before to catch a predator. Now that I think about it this is long before then but it became really clear that me barely doing. Anything was good enough for this guy who lived in Ohio to come up and cross the state line into Michigan in order to engage in clearly inappropriate acts with a minor and so that got them pretty interested and so they started organizing with local PD and they started making arrests. I would hand off the chat so I didn't get all the logistics work. That was kind of on them and they would do some confirmation of like so. Is this going to happen or these things going to happen in these guy? I saw the transcripts Sullivan. And they were pretty explicit after that You're listening to the Jordan Harbinger show. We'll be right back after this. This episode is sponsored in part by better help. Let's be real for a SEC. Life can be super hard in fact a Lotta people are having a hard time right now and sometimes the last thing you want to do when you're feeling down.

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"jordan harbinger" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

02:20 min | 3 months ago

"jordan harbinger" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"This dark side. This was not just some lonely guy. He was being hit on by child predators. This is a criminal. This is a guy who victimizes young girls and I had never. I didn't think about that. I think fifteen or sixteen at the time. I didn't think about the fact that this was a criminal. I was just thinking. He was pathetic. It quickly turned from a good lazy. Laugh to- holy crap. This is really bad. Some of these guys are hitting on. This girl are monsters. Suddenly the conversation took on a different meaning. And I'm not. This is not even like me being slur anything. This is just me being like. Yeah I'm fifteen and I live with my parents and I like going to the beach and then they'd be like hey. I'm a photographer. Do you want become a model as you come. See me where do you live? What's your address one of your parents home? We don't want your parents to be home. Hey can I take you out of date like really weird stuff and these guys were unrelenting. I didn't even have to really feed. That much into the chat was creepy. So these guys said wait a minute. We gotTA figure this out. This is not good in a couple of the guys of course had connections to the local. Fbi Office even though those security guys where your typical tough guy they had to deal with the FBI before so they give Jordan a fax number two an FBI agent but the FBI agent wasn't used to dealing with cybercrime. Because I don't think many agents were at the time. Think about this since it was computer. Crime that he tried office was like. We're not really sure what to do with this. Now I mean what? Crime does the F. B. I. Handle that's not done with the computer. Right I mean but back then this was like a bank fraud unit type of crime. You know they they had to figure out who was dealing with stuff 'cause remember. Aol Servers are in Virginia or whatever. I'm in Michigan in the other guys in Ohio. So what local PD has jurisdiction? Nobody had a clue so. We're faxing these transcripts back and forth and he would send it to D. C. And then like a week or so later they'd come back with. Hey we need more information on these people. Hey are you still talking to these people? And I had their screen names so I could easily go and get them and beat them into a chat and I started working at that time via agent forester and some of the other agents with people in DC to.

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"jordan harbinger" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

01:54 min | 3 months ago

"jordan harbinger" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"Just you redneck punk so I start getting a reputation as the guy that has all of those recipes for everything and I got every text file. They were dot. The files of every kind of like device box explosive. And so what move was is I would sign up to a new board and I would have the assis- op would have to approve you. You sign up for the new board and Bulletin Board system and then at some point. I'd say book you should let me in. I have ten thousand or a thousand or whatever it was files about red boxes. Blue boxes explosives all this stuff in a Lotta people had some of it but not many people had like all of it that you could possibly find anywhere. I was an avid collector of this at thirteen. He's already developing like an encyclopedic knowledge of explosives stuff that he's probably shouldn't be getting into at that age but people on these bulletin boards. Dr. He was cool so the admins would ask him to upload what he had and he did in these sis ops of these great pirate boards or little hacker boards that were just kind of like small time remedium time. I guess you could say they were stoked. And sometimes boards go. Hey Man you've so much of this. I need you to curated. I'm GonNa make you an assistant sys admin after a couple of months. Can you organize this? Make It really cool. I want to make this kind of an H. Q. R. Board has the most of this stuff now anywhere that I've ever seen and these are boards also had games and stuff like that and they were pretty elite for my area back in Detroit and I remember. They were always busy and they had multiple phone lines. I mean frigging legit man. Jordan started meeting some of these people from online in real life and he would get together and meet with them in Detroit. These guys were into something that Jordan hadn't seen.

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"jordan harbinger" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

10:50 min | 11 months ago

"jordan harbinger" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Jordan Harbinger show. I wish I'd named it the Jordan Harbinger podcast because what happens is I go. Hey listen to the Jordan harbinger show know. How do I get to podcast and they go well. Why don't you just say that you see. It was a bartender Mike I know. I wish what's going on with that. Show these days. What are you working on. I I'm stoked well. You know I started over recently. I had this old show that I did for like eleven years and I had to start over and I thought yeah yeah well. The show uh-huh that shall not be get name. It's like it's like a serial killer. That's right. It's like Baltimore Right. Oh shoot well. I just did it so I understand. This is the sediment but restarted. We started in February of last year and it's been I don't know eighteen months ish and we're it's bigger now than the old show ever was. It's bigger than the the other. One was thank you. It's surprising to me as well because I didn't think that was going to happen. I thought it was gonNA take me five plus years. We build it so it's nice assists six point one million downloads this month well in the last thirty days in particular guests that have stood out you know. I had Howie Mandel on which I thought he was. Here's the thing I'm not like Oh. He's such a funny guy. GotTa have he was so open and authentic and that's what really made the show right like when I had you on the show you talked about things and you didn't go well crap. GotTa look good. I got to answer this in the right way and the same thing and it's rare. It's rare to find somebody who's in the spotlight especially like you guys. Are Who's GonNa go. I'm just going to answer this. How I feel rather than what's going to reflect best on me really yeah. It's rare. I thought I thought authenticity was a important sort of quality these days. It's a buzzword. I wouldn't say that the actual trade of authenticity is is important. I think people say it's important and then they go and then they pull the Dr Phil thing with like wear the mask no matter what was crazy. We'll tell me about that. You mentioned that before and I went yeah well. I mean I don't know well. I know that I don't WanNa be critical but severe narcissists. That's the way they think they think they put on. What's called a pseudo self south to protect themselves from the outside world and they Dayrit show their tender inside because it's usually small diminished easily heard feeling shame in that kind of thing and so I mean that is the opposite of a healthy recommendation. Yeah I was like Oh my gosh to hear somebody. I don't want to play it sure I'll I'll send it to you. We was it was. I really was shocked. Maybe I misinterpreted what he was saying but I don't know I didn't hear I mean to to to hear somebody who's a public figure who is supposed to be like a professional in some way. Tell other people hey put on a mask and never taking get off. That's so weird right. Thank you would know to avoid that. That's Kinda like somebody goes. Hey you're not that fun. I don't do cocaine all the time and just do it. All whatever you do don't stop but I don't think he would have thought of it as that what he was recommending. You know what I'm saying yeah I don't. I don't think that's what he I think he thought he was like saying. Put on on a suit armor and never let anybody you blink or Choker CIANCI your weakness. I think that's what I thought he was kind of saying but it came off as build older my mom. My mom was crazy and she used to chant that stuff for me. I'm very sensitive L. Really Yeah. I'm used to go have a person build a personality Alan. You need a personality. Where's your person show. A personality that you are crazy like that is a scary thing raised by screaming at me when I was little kit and that was sort of one of the things migration was very involved in phony supersensitive too but you have a great personality now do how much of what you exhibit now on the radio. Do you say is like yeah. This is Real Syam all all the time all the time. Yeah I know how to be. I feel like it is i. I know you off line two and I don't see like low man. If you've online he's is different than house to be and and because I'd the crazy mom who was you know talking about a pseudo cell rather than talking talking about my spontaneous internal world. I didn't have a very good connection to that answer a lot of therapy to get that connection away which are dead and that's good. Did you Alison Alison. I well I did emotion focused therapy essentially F. T. and my therapist became an analyst because I kept my fantasy yeah of course great boundaries. She would never tell me share my fantasy is. I drove her to become an analyst because I kept going. Let's go. Let's go deeper and more you know. That's you major therapist become the therapist. You need it or not that. I got her interested in deeper material. I thought and who knows I have no idea because she was too good with the boundaries Andreesen. What is it is. That's not the tapping one as a no no. It has a flavor that you have to use just a highly attuned professional is very skilled guild individual who is a tuning to your every moment bodily based on me right and so and then you and then they reflect reflect on their face back. They don't really have a lot of words they just affect reflect appreciation of your internal states and that gives you the capacity to connect some some. I mean I would start. It took me years to start every session with I'm feeling and I would just go. Here's what I'm feeling I wouldn't I wouldn't walk through the world with that vote in therapy I would start with. I'm feeling frustrated and I just I just started going into whatever I'm going on my body yeah and that was very different. They're gonNA experience every session. Start the same for me. I'm feeling like other people are ahead of me and they'll never catch them feeling. Oh shoot. I'm feeling I'm feeling I'm feeling a frustrated. Maybe not afraid what am I feeling okay so so do surreal so yeah in real. I I would be attuning to you while you try to find your feeling well see the problem is right now. I feel awesome because whenever whenever I hang out with you guys Adam drew. I'm like well. I have approval of two amazing people so I'm obviously doing everything right. I feel awesome. I feel I feel your awesomeness some news yeah but I also feel the starting Zayed's. Eh it's APA from it's endless rant Ip has the perfectionism is that your thing is no. I need some of that. Now I know for me. The problem is I you know it's weird until when my business was the other one I was. I didn't really care about much I was. I was depressed because I was always working with people that I didn't like that was a huge problem but then when I had to start over I felt like I was so far behind because I had spent eleven years building up one and I felt like I'm never going to catch up because I was a little sore towards the feeling I was having strangely right in the middle. My stomach was like somebody running. I'm always running running running running running and when you say catch that's what it feels like. You're always trying to catch up guys to rent. I'll grant so that's that's a tune mid and they may go well. I feel a little like Pontius Hunky Lewis running in my stomach that relate to you yeah but I don't feel that particular feeling what I feel is. I'm behind and if I don't catch catch up in every area like Oh do social media. GotTa work on this skill set. GotTa work on marketing. GotTa come up with a product if I don't do that I feel in this is because of all the marketing consuming especially on social media. Which is why it's bad for you that I go uh-huh? I'm never going to amount to my full potential and n that terrifies me because I see so many people that I don't WanNa be like who are those same people so so terrified pretty powerful feeling. I don't feel it has something that's present in the moment right. Now I'm going right but I feel the but I feel the running and you're probably running from or two and that's usually a fear yeah yeah it. I'm running from the idea that I might just here's the problem. I'm worried that the person I thought I was when I was in high school and before in college is the person that I really am and I really don't want it quiet shy nerdy. I'm still nerdy but somebody you know it's and the school to take care of the quiet law school. No I was a try hard bag in law school so yeah maybe it did but it was a process but the problem with that that is there are people that knew me back then that I'll run into them from the on the subway in New Yorker at some other thing or just because we stayed friends no-go that was never my opinion of you and I'll go. How could it not have been that you saw me as whatever I saw myself at the time and they go no. I mean all of us style. You're like really funny and going right through fell a certain so I felt a certain way and yet I am in yet what I'm about to say as well I had. Everyone fooled but here's the thing thing are you who you think you are or are you. Who everyone else experiences. Which one would during your adolescence? You're not a fully formed human yet right. You're still all kinds of things and usually the feelings are highly dependent on piers and peer approval sheriff and it's built on a lot of anxiety and a lot of uncertainty and a lot of insecurity insecurity and so everybody has distorted ideas about themselves and other people and really everyone's walking right worrying about themselves. It's crazy though to see how far apart is right like the Times where I thought it was the biggest quietest dirtiest loser are the Times where I'll go. I'll run into my friend. Dan from law school and I go yeah you know that was a dark dark time for me. This first year law school because detonated it and they'll go because isn't that the time you owe like never went out. Only study okay felt really like a tool was a little bit more overweight than I was at any other time in my life. didn't have that. Many friends got dumped by my girlfriend at the all. These things went wrong that year and they'll go. Wasn't that the year that you I don't know like set the record for the highest score in torts class and I'll be like yeah. No everyone was jealous of you. We talked about it. I remember this very clearly and I'll just think how why would you have been jealous of. This person who like was us two steps away from running into traffic. You know we have a great call from Gonzalez Yeah God's. Oh I am an God's. Oh Shit Cock Yeah Hey man. How are you from the Stern show. I'm not no one should cop comes from any place. The search terrible name.

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"jordan harbinger" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"jordan harbinger" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"The show. I'm Jordan harbinger. As always I'm here with my producer Jason to Filipo when life gets hard our minds, so quickly point a finger elsewhere that we often don't even realize we're doing it. If you're quick to blame others. Join the club. I think if we're really honest with ourselves a lot of us are guilty of this either in our personal relationships at the office or both. In fact, pundits galore are calling blame an epidemic in our society. Although they usually name it something else. The truth is the instinct to blame is a toxic pattern and one that deprives us of our agency weakens our relationships creates dysfunction and inertia in our lives and stops us from growing and moving forward. I probably don't need to keep selling you on the idea that blame is one of the worst habits to have and should be at the top of your list of habits to break today. Gabriel Mizrahi, and I explore why the impulse to blame is uniquely human and outline what we call the accountability spectrum. So that we not only stop blaming others. But we also do not simply absorb blame ourselves. Selves, which is equally harmful. Of course. Once we can spot blaming identify when we're doing it will also give you some tools to break the habit and show, you how to replace it with a process that's functional keeps us happy and productive and makes the right kind of accountability a habit that we can take to the Bank as many of, you know, have huge personal and professional network and the way that I built that was through systems and tiny habits, and consistency. I'm teaching you. How to do this for free in? My course six minute networking over at Jordan. Harbinger dot com, slash course. It's free. It takes six minutes a day, hence, the name, Jordan. Harbinger dot com, slash course. All right. Here's Gabriel Mizrahi. And I on blame. I'm excited for this one today.

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Does Cold Emailing Work in 2019?

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04:07 min | 1 year ago

Does Cold Emailing Work in 2019?

"What's cold emailing? Waltz emailing somebody you've never spoken to before online or offline to see if you can do business with each other reaching now with an offer reason an attempt to build a business relationship. I get a ton of cold emails everyday in my inbox people emailing the pitching me their businesses pitching me their products their services asking, hey, can we work together? And I've never spoken to them before not in person. Not on the phone not on a video, call not on Twitter on Facebook, not through. Another mutual friend. So do these emails work, do they actually trigger somebody's interest to say, hey, I'll get this person a shot or are those days over this cold emailing a bad idea into nineteen? That's what we get into in today's lesson. So sit tight because we're going to tackle this one in ten minutes. Let's get into it. Let's get down to business. You've heard me talk about the Jordan harbinger show before. It's a great podcast. And I am lucky to have Jordan here right now to ask him a question that I've been wanting to ask him for so long because the show is so amazing. He interviews so many high-performers from high ranking military officials to celebrities to actors I want to ask him. What is one thing that stands out all the all the interview done? What is the one thing that you took away from all these interviews one like life hack, golden nugget that you have implemented in your life. Recently. I interviewed Cal Newport who wrote a book called digital minimalism, and it's not just like detox get off social media. Sure, there's some of that. But he talks about finding the best tool for the job, which for a business owner is absolutely crucial and one of the concepts that he gets into is that focus is the new I q. So it's hard to make yourself smarter. You can make yourself efficient up to a point where all extremely efficient in many ways. But. A lot of us are distracted. So focus is the new I q and that kind of that was one of those moments where I was like, oh my gosh. My head exploded. Because you don't just need better tools. You don't just need better concepts or whatever. But if you could actually pay attention to something and not get distracted for hours or a day, you can complete. What seemed like now superhuman feats just hearing you say that and talking by that episode. I wanna subscribe and listen to the episode right now. So everybody do the same and get so much gold so much amazing content from the Jordan Harper show by hitting subscribe right now. Full transparency. I took a look at my Email inbox, and I looked at all my cold emails in the last two years and they're over two hundred and fifty emails that's like three cold emails a week. Now, this is two hundred and fifty different senders different people. This is not including spam. Like, these are legitimate people legitimate businesses. This is not somebody trying to sell me pharmaceutical pills, right? These are people that mentioned me by name mentioned, the podcast mention our business and out of those two hundred and fifty emails two hundred fifty people I replied five times five times. That's like less than two percent, right? Why did I reply to those five emails will they may have caught my interest? I may have heard of the person before you've never met. Maybe I've heard of the company or the person send it to me. But at the end of the five is not a good number. So I gotta ask why don't I reply to these emails, and why do they not work, and how could they? Work. How can a cold Email actually work for somebody? Well, I we have to start with the premise that when you're trying to reach out to somebody that is important that you want to work with as of significance chances. Are that person is busy your Email is not under agenda for today? They have other things on their to do list. Okay. So how do you get on their to do list? A cold Email just simply doesn't do it. Okay. Even if you've written it, so well, and it's so enticing in very few of us have that type of copy

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My Paid Mastermind Experiment. Is It Worth It?

The $100 MBA Show

09:14 min | 1 year ago

My Paid Mastermind Experiment. Is It Worth It?

"And in today's lesson. You'll learn my paid mastermind experience is it worth it is it worth paying for masterminding being part of a group. I wanted to six PM personally to find out and because our previous episode on masterminding and the different options. Got a lot of buzz. Got a lot of listens on a lot of people are wondering will I get more value? If I pay for my mastermind opposed to creating it myself with people that I know, well, I recently joined a paid coaching program that has a mastermind or a community that you pay for to be part of. Community and there's certain criteria. So you can qualify any part of that community, and it's not exactly cheap. Either a has to be worth at just not worth paying every month. I'll be sharing what I learned. What you get out of it with the difference is when you have a paid mastermind how people in that group act differently than those groups that you don't pay for then, of course, the bottom line. Is it worth it? Should you? Invest in paying to be part of a group. You can get answers behind improve your business. We get into all that in today's lesson. So let's get into it. Let's get data business. A very special special spot here. I now we're with Jordan harbor from the Jordan harbinger show. You may have heard me speak about the journal Harmer's show on a previous episode earlier this month talking about my top podcast recommendations Jordan's great to have you. Thanks for having me on appreciate it. The Jordan harbor show is a huge huge hit one best of items this past year, super proud of that. But one of the things I love about your show. And what I think our listeners a love about your show is the fact that you get the best out of world class leaders and performers. You ask questions that no one asks on any other show? How do you kind of get the best outta them? What do you do? How do you prepare for that? So I spend about maybe eight to twenty hours preparing for each interview. Which is extremely important because I want to make sure that I get things that nobody else does. I wanna get insights stories that they haven't told anywhere else. That's really tough. When you're talking about a celebrity or an entrepreneur that's been on the world stage for a long time. So you recently had Cesar Milan on your show. How did you prepare for his interview? So I I watched which wasn't too hard a bunch of episodes of the dog was for which is great. And I did a ton of research on him on Google. I spoke with people that knew him. I spoke with some people that worked with him at the dog psychology center. And I got a lot of insight because he's got some books as well. Actually that I read in preparation for this. It was not that easy for a guy who's been around as long as him. There's a lot of information that I had to parse a love it. Grab your phone guys. Subscribe to the Jordan harm your show right now. Like, I mentioned at the top of the peseta, Nicole have joined a coaching program that also includes being part of a mastermind group a group on Facebook group where you can shy. We'd do video calls as well. We're you can ask people for advice to get questions beheld accountable. And this is really the first time I've paid to be part of a group like this and full disclosure. This is a two thousand dollars a month group. It's not cheap. But it's a good example to see is it really worth it. How is it different than being part of a mastermind that you don't pay for one that you form on your own with the people that you know, I've done this several times. And in fact, I am part of a mastermind group that is not paid currently still. So it's easy for me to compare. So let's talk about some differentiate is the first thing you notice when you enter a paid group like that is that the group is a whole lot more active. People are asking questions people were commenting people are giving advice people are sharing winds in celebrating. When there's live calls people are there. People don't miss them. There's just a lot more activity, and people are just taking it a lot more. Seriously, why because they invested in the paid money, and they want to get out of it as much as possible. And as we know we get out of something as much as we put in. So this is the number one benefit out same as well. I'm starting with this. Because a lot of times when you start a mastermind group on your own you have a group of four or five people you meet regularly. Let's say once a month, you might have a slack channel or Facebook group that you form so you can check in fourth. But it becomes less of a priority effort couple of months or maybe even half a year. Why these get busy and you start to realize, you know, I don't have time for this. And when one person doesn't participate as much as the other it starts snowball. But whenever group like this. Everybody's paying people are really trying their best at the most out of it. And because they do that they get a lot out of it. So you're gonna get a lot more tivi. Lot more participation a lot more feedback from your questions and the things that you share with the group number two. When you're paying your not afraid to ask for help, your not afraid to get more out of it, you expect more. Hey, I'm paying money. I need to get better. I need my questions answered I need feedback. If I'm, you know launching a new product new idea, I wanna feedback expected because hey, I'm paying money. So you're not gonna go dormant when you're doing that when you're paying money, you're not gonna go dormant you're expecting of expectations, and therefore you're really going to be active. The next thing is that when you're paying for program. It kind of becomes a barrier to entry allows it to kind of filtered self to people that are serious that are willing to invest in themselves that are making enough money where this is a reasonable investment for them right now in the stage of their business. Sometimes we'll Curie a group of people that we know, and there are different levels in their business there, maybe not be as serious movies, just the site hustle for them for you. It's the full-time thing. It's, you know, everything's on the line here, you need to make sure that you succeed in business because that's how you pay your bills. If you're in. A group of people that are not in that same position. It could be the motivating for you. It could be not supportive for you. But if you have some sort of criteria like paying a monthly fee, then everybody kind of is on the same level. There's other criteria for this group as well. Like, you have to be making least ten K or something like that and sales. You get the point the ping is a filter and a way to kind of get people to Bill serious and be at a certain level in their business. Number four. This is a big thing that I really appreciate an paid group is that it's highly organized, whoever is chairing or organizing, this group has the obligations and surcharging to make sure it's organized that they are regular meet up in events, and there's a regular calls and the discussions are moderated. And maybe even curated so you're getting a more efficient and more. I would say enjoyable experience because his organize I would compare this to you know, playing pick a basket. Ball and joining a league where you pay every month, and you get uniforms, and you get refs new or a nice indoor court, and there's a digital scoreboard. And all that stuff. If just is a better experience for you. And you get that experience because you're paying and sometimes a better experiences all you need to really get into a groove. And to really get the most out of a paid mastermind also allows you to network and meet people that you normally wouldn't people that are doing some pretty interesting things some significant things feel that are building businesses when you create a mastermind yourself, or even if you join one it's usually people, you know, and it really doesn't revolve past that group in a paid system in a paid group. There's new members coming all the time there's formal introductions there's way to kind of network there might be ano- meet ups in the real world, you know, in real life. So as a great way for you to build your professional network as well, especially especially if your product or service can serve their needs. A lot of times in those groups their products and services, the other people who serve your needs sue so you can support them as well. So I just highlighted a whole bunch of vantage is paid memberships. What about disadvantages while obviously, you know, you gotta pay. That's one advantage rights, not free. What about anything else? Any other disadvantages? I noticed so far not really actually not have to say. Disclaimer, I've only been part of this group for a month. I might do an update, you know, six months or year from now, but so far in summary. It has been worth it's hard to drop a large chunk of change on a regular basis. But it's a great way for you to get the training, you need the get the guidance you need to be a part of a good group of people that are going to motivate you into inspire you to keep moving forward and get better in your business. You got to invest in yourself, especially as the leader of your company at some point your business. You're just not going to be able to do the same things and expect you know, growth, you have to start doing different things you have to start learning from other companies. The learn from other experts, and that's just not gonna come by itself. You're gonna have to have to seek it out and sometimes pay for and that's totally fine. People pay hundreds of thousands of dollars for medical school to become a doctor thing. Couple thousand dollars a month to learn business and become a better business, and to forge relationships and to really, you know, evolve as an entrepreneur is a pretty good investment.

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SAG Awards Honors 'M*A*S*H' Icon Alan Alda For Gold-Plated Career

The Adam Carolla Show

03:23 min | 1 year ago

SAG Awards Honors 'M*A*S*H' Icon Alan Alda For Gold-Plated Career

"A penny, of course. Woody Allen looks at ham as a hack and sell out. He looks at Woody Allen as a loser both kind of right and in it's kind of interesting because he he's a pompous asked. But he is kind of saying I wish my sister married somebody at a little get up and go and wasn't so. So people realize that sometimes these noble endeavors can be a little self-indulgent when you can't pay the bills. Sure if noble. If you're gonna stream if you're an HBO subscriber, you can have as part of your packet stream HBO right now it is. It's a great film. Lot of nuance. Lots of like makes you think about life, and all is very very funny that move he's been acting for how many decades he's been on forever. There was never a time before Alan Alda. No. I know that's how the earth has been divided after I feel like his hair is never chain. It's only changed color. Never physically changed. Literally. It's it's had all the seasons, but hair never changes. It's oh, oh in the aviator. He was great. Great trout, and all that stuff is awesome. Yeah. So he got the lifetime achievement award. So outstanding performance by a male actor in a lead role Rami Malik from bohemian rhapsody. Now, listen up this is this is what is being reported Romney's win solidifies his front runner status at the Oscar. Because sag best actor winners have taken the Oscars thirteen times in the past fourteen years. So make a note of that. Meanwhile, another tip run pissed or you okay with his. A no win love the movie, but we okay with him and his performance. He didn't write it. Yeah. Can't really be. If he was to win the Oscar, I wouldn't be pissed. I would think it was maybe the second or third best performance. But. Clearly good, isn't that this is not rewarding something that's not good. The work was clearly put in well. Well, so outstanding performance by a female actor Glenn Close for the wife. Now, there's a good chance at her winning the Oscar because sag best actress winners have won the asker six years in a row the last six years so with pool of money over there. So we talk about Golden Globes being the indicator turns out, not so much. This is actually does indicate. A fourteen to thirteen fourteen for the men for male actor, right? That's that's a lot. Also, kind of your remember when like Michael Jordan was pick of his game. And he was clear the best player in the game every year, but they invited to panther.

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"jordan harbinger" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"jordan harbinger" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"Which is a mindset you can carry with you wherever you go, and hopefully you can do both. But in those moments, if there's nothing in it for you or it's just not a fit, why not help them doesn't make any sense? Right. That's a really good point. And I bet that that relationship extended way past recruiting after that you were probably like in touch with these people. I'm guessing I do remember people who did get jobs there, and I stayed in touch with them and I remember meeting their co-workers months, months, months months later, maybe even two years later for meals and things like that. And those people still remembered me was it because of the generosity. I don't know. I could have just been. They had excellent memories, but I do remember that they had brought that up, so they remembered that event. Right. And that's a big deal now, had I been had it spent my. Career in big law. I think that this generosity in this type of networking would have carried over into deeper relationships, but I bring that with me into my current career here on the Jordan harbinger show at advanced human dynamics because that type of generosity is important if someone says, oh, I'm looking for this type of training. If we don't do that at advanced human dynamics, I'll refer them to some place else that does. And that is more important than getting the sale short-term last, but not least though intrigue I think, is one that people go, oh, my gosh. Yeah, this is what I was talking about. Right? Because it seems almost like it could be a little bit hacky, but it doesn't have to know, doesn't have to be. I recently read this principle that I can't stop thinking about which is that humans are very comfortable with ignorance, but they hate feeling deprived of information. I think about that a lot..

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SoundCloud renews with DAX; how to use music in your podcast

podnews

01:43 min | 2 years ago

SoundCloud renews with DAX; how to use music in your podcast

"In the latest pod news. Soundcloud popular podcast music host has renewed its exclusive advertising deal with Dax in the UK. Nico, Vitesse. A composer has written a guide on how to use music. In your podcast, quote, learning where the music should take the focus aware. It sits in the background or not at all will send you greatly on your way CVS. This morning podcast is two years old. Walk into the podcast of CBS this morning. The broadcaster reports that downloads up sixty seven percent year on year. The Jordan harbinger show is just hit episode. One hundred welcome to the show. I'm Jordan harbinger, and we hit that they got four point, seven million downloads last month. Congratulations to them. Actually, Graham a supermodel style icon and Barry, a breaking body activist has launched a new podcast, cold pretty big deal everyone. I'm Ashley Graham and this is pretty big deal. I guest is Kim Kardashian west who we reported. Discovered podcasts. Earlier this year, activate world a business think-tank is launching a set of podcasts on business activism. Volume Innis is a new podcast from listening books, a UK audiobook charity that provides audiobooks to anyone who struggles to read, print, undercover as Spotify exclusive podcast, interviewing musicians about their cover versions and are listed cool corner today. We're like this one, five, short-form podcasts to stick in your ears

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The brain's default mode network - what does it mean to us?

The Jordan Harbinger Show

02:26 min | 2 years ago

The brain's default mode network - what does it mean to us?

"You know, the brain is a really complicated system. It it, it's you would think it would be an archaic and there's so much going on there. Hundreds of different networks each putting out electrical impulses, chemical chemical communications. It is probably the most complex thing we know of in the unit. Verse in terms of the sheer amount of activity going on and numbers of neurons and what they're capable of. So to keep things in order there are these very regulate their various regulatory devices. And one of them is something called the default mode network, which I write about some Leith is really interesting set of structures that I didn't know about. I'd never heard of the default mode network and indeed nobody had twenty years ago. It's it was discovered fairly recently. There's been a revolution in brain science where they went from thinking, they're regions that are responsible for specific things that we can find the region for depression or the region for vision. But it turns out it's everything's networked. Even a memory involves could involve six or seven different parts of your brain communicating. You know that that's interesting. It's not all localized. So the default mode network is a regulatory set of structures that's in the mid line connects this, the prefrontal cortex, which is. The executive function where you make decisions to older deeper structures involved in memory and emotion. It appears to be involved in functions related to the sense of self, self reflection, self criticism, time travel, the ability to think about your future, your past, which is very important, having a sense of self without time you don't have seems very human somehow very human. And most of the m- the default mode network may be unique to humans or us in higher primates. Even kids don't have a well-developed until really late in childhood, and it's involved in what's called theory of mind, which is the ability to attribute a mental state to another person and which is very important to moral reasoning, empathy, compassion, things like that. So and something called the the narrative or autobiographical self, the place where we generate stories about who we are, where we take information from the. World and tied into whatever we know about ourselves to make a coherent story because that's that's what a self is. It's a coherent story overtime.

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"jordan harbinger" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"jordan harbinger" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"Welcome to the show. I'm Jordan harbinger, and as always I'm here with my producer Jason to Filipo in today's conversation, my good friend, Alex coots is back with advanced negotiation tactics. This was a fun one because, well, one Alex was so tired that we were both a little delirious which is always makes for a good show, but this is stuff that he hasn't taught much in any classes. This is stuff that's not documented anywhere. This is all the kind of like the psychology stuff in a way that sort of hard to teach and explain. I guess you might say that really does make a huge difference in negotiation. We do cover again, some of the basic fundamentals one more time just to sort of plug everything in, but there's a lot of new stuff here that I had never heard, which I think is great. And I ran this by some other negotiation experts lawyers and people like that, and they were like, oh yeah, this is something I hadn't heard. So even if you sort of thought, well, you know, I'm pretty good at negotiation, which I love when I get emails like that. I'm already good at all the things you teach. Really, you're twenty two really. So I, I. I love this episode. I think it plugs in great with the previous two. And I think Alex really, really needs to make course with us like a formal teaching course. And so we're going to get that going at some point as well. And by the end of this show, you're really gonna know how to turn the screws on an opponent in negotiation, make everybody feel like they won at the end of that negotiation and get some drills and exercises to make sure that you're honing your negotiation skills at all times. This is the final piece of this series as well. And if you enjoyed the other two, including this one, please rate and review the Jordan harbinger show in IT tunes and recommended to friends because we are starting that whole reviews process over again, and we need to regain that audience. And so you're a key part of that. So mind, negotiation tactic is to beg for ratings and reviews if you like this series as well. And thanks so much to all the people that shared it don't forget. We have a worksheet for today's episode so you can make sure you solidify your understanding of all the key. Always hear from Alex coots that link is in the show notes at Jordan, harbinger dot com. Slash podcast..

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"jordan harbinger" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"jordan harbinger" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"Hope you all enjoyed that i wanna thank everyone that wrote in this week don't forget you can email us friday at jordan harbinger dot com to get your questions answered on the air happy to keep you anonymous of course we always do a link to the show notes for this episode can be found at jordan harbinger dot com and don't forget our alexa skill jordan harbinger dot com slash alexa it gives you a little daily briefing little flash briefing clips from the show things you can look forward to from the show or a little reminder of something from a past episode you may or may not have hurt quick shout outs to cast box team out in san francisco one of the best ways to listen to podcasts the cashbox after android and and steve davis he had surgery and his binge watching the documentary recommendations from feedback friday getwellsoon steve and jason did we make a page for all the documentaries that we recommend thought we did yeah we've actually got a page upright now go to jordan harbinger dot com slash movies where we list all of the documentaries and other things that we found that we talk about on feedback friday here nice jordan harbinger dot com slash movies jordan harbinger dot com slash alexa for the other stuff show notes of course also at jordan harbinger dot com i'm on instagram and twitter at jordan harbinger great way to engage with the show jason where you i'm on instagram at jp twitter as jp deaf and you can check out my other podcast grumpy all geeks every monday and only other links and blog posts are up over at jp dot mi revamping that right now and hopefully have some good stuff up there soon nice keep sending in those questions to friday at jordan harbinger dot com share the show with those you love and even those you don't we got a lot more in the pipeline we're excited to bring it to you in the meantime do your best to apply what you hear on the show so you can live what you listen and we'll see you next time.

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"jordan harbinger" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"jordan harbinger" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"At jordan harbinger on both twitter and instagram and don't forget if you want to learn how to apply everything you just heard here on the show make sure you go grab the worksheets those are in the show notes jordan harbinger dot com slash podcast hey we haven't alexis skill just in case you don't know if you've got an amazon echo echoed dot or something thereabouts we've got a daily briefing which has clips from the show so if you want to refresh your memory even if you listen to all the shows on some cool takeaways or if you just want to get a little sneak peek of what you might get from specific episodes these things are updated every single day you can go to jordan harbinger dot com slash alexa and it will install if you go there from your computer at alaska too long and his amazon it'll install it for you or you can use your phone and use the app to navigate around the store at your search for jordan harbinger should be the only result this is really cool this is made by our superfan doug pod gorny and it's funny his email shows up as dj pod gorny on my g mail and i was like what a dumb dj name talked to be his real name so sorry doug i was not my finest moment but i thought it was your i thought what a weird you know maybe he's foreign maybe that word means something and like macedonian i don't know but thanks for making that alexis go for us jordan harbinger dot com slash alexa this episode was produced an edited by jason to philip edited over and over by jason phillip all this one was because yes it was you're still enjoying this one show notes by robert fogerty booking backoffice unless minute miracles by gen harbinger i'm your host jordan harbinger would love the i tunes review if you use apple podcasts or i tunes to listen to the show and even if you don't be great to go in there and write something because i'll tell you people love the people on our team that's how we see those they help they stay there forever they're really helpful because on the old show we had so many and on the new show we're trying to climb back up that mountain we've got some instructions for you in case it seems cryptic which.

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"jordan harbinger" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"jordan harbinger" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"It's on only the book this time around so we branched off and i don't regret it at all great big thank you to ryan the book title is conspiracy peter thiel hulk hogan gawker and the anatomy of intrigue that'll be linked up in the show notes if you enjoy this one don't forget to thank ryan on twitter that of course his twitter handle will also be in the show notes at jordan harbinger dot com slash podcast tweeted me your number one takeaway here from ryan i'm at jordan harbinger on both twitter and instagram and don't forget if you want to learn how to apply the things that ryan discussed here today make sure you go grab the worksheets those are also in the show notes at jordan harbinger dot com slash podcast we've gotten alexa skill which gives you a daily flash briefing little clips from the show if you want to refresh your memory on a show you've already heard or you want to hear a little tidbit of a show that maybe haven't caught yet you can install the alexis skill on your amazon echo by going to jordan harbinger dot com slash alexa and logging in there to amazon or you can poke around on the phone app the alexa phone app and you can search for my name and there it is you'll find some show clips in the flash briefing every morning it's kinda cool thanks to doug p for setting that up for us this episode was produced and edited by jason filipo show notes are by robert fogerty booking back office and last minute miracles by gen harbinger and i'm your host jordan harbinger throw us an i tunes review those really help there's instructions on how to do that jordan harbinger dot com slash subscribe you're gonna need it very unique nickname or won't let you submit but when you write something nice we share it with the whole team so please go ahead and do that in addition share the show with those you love and even those you don't we've got a lot more like this in the pipeline and we're excited to bring it to you in the meantime do your best do you apply what you hear on the show so you can live what you listen and we'll see you next time.

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"jordan harbinger" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"jordan harbinger" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"Welcome to feedback friday i'm your host jordan harbinger and i'm here with producer jason to philip here on the jordan harbinger show as much as we love having conversations with our fascinating guests in fact this week we had david eagle men talking about super powered human senses and james fallon talking about what when our brain goes bad and we find out well we're psychopath now what of course our primary purpose is to pass along those guests in our experiences and insights along you in other words the real purpose of the show was to have conversations directly with you dear listener and that's what we're going to do today here on feedback friday you can reach us at friday at jordan harbinger dot com and look jason i know i thought we'd explain this bunch of times really clearly about what happened a lot of people are still asking us things like hey what happened you never explained it and we have a lot of people and i noticed a lot of an i put this in air quotes because i don't exactly know what this term means marketing experts who listen to the shore like well you know i feel like you owe us an explanation for what happened with the split by the split you mean are split with the art of charm and while we're on a new show right now yeah exactly and i've talked about this other shows and i've talked about it in earlier episodes but the the gist of it is this i got fired jason got fired the most of the rest of the team the entire staff most of the rest of the team got fired by the art of charm team but obviously i did not play a part in that decision we were negotiating an amicable split the company didn't work out in that way and there's an ongoing legal stuff and it really doesn't sort of matter i don't think entirely what you really need to know as we're moving forward with the jordan harbinger show we have a definite advantage now i think in doing this particular show with the different brands where to get different in my opinion slightly better guests because of that branding and we're able to really widen and open up the.

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"jordan harbinger" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"jordan harbinger" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"Our behavior which changes are personality and change us who we are at a fundamental level so thank you very much for coming on the show and breaking all this down for us yeah man thanks for facilitating in keeping it focused all right jason i mean we knew environment was important we knew that we could use it to our advantage i didn't really realize though that you could not really make significant changes without doing that it just it seems like i didn't realize maybe that it was an absolute requirement i just thought it was a nice to have or maybe this is for optimize irs i didn't realize that it was a pre freaking prerequisite to make significant change no definitely we've definitely had to change of environment recently so it's a good thing though yes could be the best thing that ever happened right especially if you set it up correctly and deliberately regardless of what precipitated the change in the first place of course great big thank you to benjamin hardy the book title is willpower doesn't work and that'll be linked up in the show notes of course you enjoyed this don't forget to thank ben on twitter that'll be linked up in the show for this episode as well always at jordan harbinger dot com slash podcast in tweeted me your number one takeaway here from benjamin hardy i'm at jordan harbinger on twitter and on instagram at jordan harbinger as well don't forget we have worksheets for today's episode if you wanna make sure you can apply everything you heard today go grab that worksheet that link is in the show notes at jordan harbinger dot com slash podcast this episode was produced an edited by jason to filipo show notes are by robert fogerty booking backoffice and last minute miracles by gen harbinger and i'm your host jordan harbinger review us an itin share the show with friends look subscribe jordan harbinger dot com slash subscribe if you want to figure out how to write a review or subscribe on insert whatever app you use here or your friend or your mom you can now figure that out we figured it out for you jordan harbinger dot com slash subscribe share the show with those you love and even those you.

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"jordan harbinger" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"jordan harbinger" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"Leave framing the message possible right is one example of how can we change the way the communicate how it can change the way that we give advice and information to others once we know about bias sees welcome to the show i'm jordan harbinger as always i'm here with my producer jason to philip oh before we kick things off this episode is sponsored in part by the great courses plus start exploring the great courses plus today with the free trial to watch listen to any of their fantastic lectures to get started go to the great courses plus dot com slash jordan this episode also sponsored in part by rocket mortgage by quicken loans and their technological mortgage revolution apply simply understand fully mortgage confidently to get started good a rocket mortgage dot com slash forbes and finally we're also sponsored by vera desk and there sit stand solutions for the modern workplace you can try veritas products risk free for thirty days with free shipping and free returns if you're not satisfied learn more at veritas dot com slash forbes that's v a r i d e k dot com slash forbes on this episode we're talking with tally sharat author of the influential mind what the brain reveals about our power to change others today we'll explore what determines who influences us what determine how we are able to influence others will also discover when fear works is persuasion and when hope might be a better option for influence will also discuss how stress influences the way we think and something called the backfire effect which shows that the more intelligent we are the better we rationalize our existing beliefs don't forget we have a worksheet for today's episode so you can make sure you solidify your understanding of all the key takeaways here from tally sharat that link is in the show notes at jordan harbinger dot com slash podcast now here's tally sharat tally thanks for coming on the show thank you for having me so what i want to teach the audience today is what determines who influences us and what determines how we are able to influence others and in your book the influential mind what the brain reveals about our power to change others there's so many practical things in here that i think are very useful and i was pleasantly surprised by that because often you read a book from a scientist or somebody in academia and you.

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