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Crazy Wisdom

Stewart Alsop

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Crazy Wisdom
Crazy Wisdom

Crazy Wisdom

Stewart Alsop

28
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201
Plays
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Have you found yourself experiencing a lot of stress recently? Do you want to be more creative? Stewart Alsop interviews successful creatives to find out how they work with and manage the stress that is inherent in creative work. He investigates the questions: "What is the connection between stress and creativity?"

Latest Episodes

What can we learn about human's by studying fish? - Russ Carpenter from Stanford

He's a neurobiologist from Stanford that I found at Family Fish camp! He studies fish brains and has a lot of insight into the human condition.

52 MIN1 weeks ago
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What can we learn about human's by studying fish? - Russ Carpenter from Stanford

How to build a business that gets people outside? - Sharzad Behzadian

I interview Shar about her business Bohoing and much more including dance, consciousness, and how to live a good life.

62 MIN1 weeks ago
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How to build a business that gets people outside? - Sharzad Behzadian

David Boxenhorn: Modia and Mundia Explained

I go deep into David's theory of Modia and Mundia and how they relate to each other and explain social behavior.

59 MIN2 weeks ago
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David Boxenhorn: Modia and Mundia Explained

Steve Schlafman: Venture Capital, Chronic Pain, Creativity

Steve Schlafman (@schlaf), based in NYC, is a seed-stage investor and leadership Coach at Primary Ventures. Here, he shares his experience of chronic pain, how it prevented him from starting his own podcast, and the ways in which he explores creativity in his life. Check out Steve's blog athttps://www.schlaf.me/ In today's episode, we mention: Chronic pain + the science behind it NYC, and the fly-wheel effect 10-Day Vipassana Retreat Inner Resources Hypnotherapy Coaching Creativity Stress

55 MIN3 weeks ago
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Steve Schlafman: Venture Capital, Chronic Pain, Creativity

Maia Bittner: Startups, Business and Life in SF

Maia Bittner (@maiab), co-founder @Pinch and @Rocksbox, is a startup advisor and investor, as well as an alumna at Olin College of Engineering. Currently based in San Francisco, she likes "drinkingdirty chais, making web sites, and climbing rocks". In this episode, we mention: • Social Media, and Vulnerability • Business, and Hustle Culture • Uncertainty and Risk-taking • Death and Decision-making • Asymmetric Opportunities • Ambition, and hard-work • Remote, office, or bo

56 MIN3 weeks ago
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Maia Bittner: Startups, Business and Life in SF

Special Interview Series: Investing in the Ocean Technology Sector

I sit down withGeorg Baunach of Hatch Ventures to talk more about how to invest in ocean technologies.

23 MIN3 weeks ago
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Special Interview Series: Investing in the Ocean Technology Sector

Erics: Fisher and Levin - VR & Improv

In today's episode I invite two of my best friends, Eric Levin (@ericrius1) and Eric Fisher, for a laid-back and entertaining conversation. Fisher is currently a character coach and social designer at MiNDFUL iMPROV. Levin is a VR developer who experiments with art, meditation, and yoga in his work. In this episode, we discuss: • VR, AR, and Technology • Job automation, and AI • Skepticism, and Beliefs • Psychedelics and Therapy • Being vs. Becoming, and Flow • Socialization and

47 MINAUG 19
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Erics: Fisher and Levin - VR & Improv

Natalie Nagele: CEO of Wildbit

Having previously developed Postmark as well as Beanstalk, entrepreneur Natalie Nagele (@natalienagele) joins me for a light-hearted, honest and open conversation about the process of building Wildbit, a fully self-funded, hybrid software company. In this episode, we mention: • Productivity • Deep, focused work • Leadership in business • Hard work vs. Smart work • Fundraising and profitability • Remote work, and loneliness • Meditation and mental clarity • Building a mea

58 MINAUG 16
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Natalie Nagele: CEO of Wildbit

Special Interview Series: Bren Smith on Ocean Farming

After the last two episodes of setting up the exact problems we are facing with our oceans, I interview Bren Smith of Green Wave about his insightful company and what they are doing in order to provide protein to the world with low environmental impact.

19 MINAUG 16
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Special Interview Series: Bren Smith on Ocean Farming

Andreas Klinger - What is the future of remote work?

Andreas Klinger (@andreasklinger), currently Head of Remote at AngelList, is a product-centric startup founder.Previous to AngelList, Andreas was founding team member and CTO at ProductHunt, as well as VP of Engineering at CoinList. In this episode, we discuss: Remote-work! Benefits of traveling while working The phenomenon of globalization Product ideas for remote teams Uploading our consciousness Andreas' meaning for life Innovation and sci-fi The spirituality trap Job automation

63 MINAUG 12
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Andreas Klinger - What is the future of remote work?

Latest Episodes

What can we learn about human's by studying fish? - Russ Carpenter from Stanford

He's a neurobiologist from Stanford that I found at Family Fish camp! He studies fish brains and has a lot of insight into the human condition.

52 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
What can we learn about human's by studying fish? - Russ Carpenter from Stanford

How to build a business that gets people outside? - Sharzad Behzadian

I interview Shar about her business Bohoing and much more including dance, consciousness, and how to live a good life.

62 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
How to build a business that gets people outside? - Sharzad Behzadian

David Boxenhorn: Modia and Mundia Explained

I go deep into David's theory of Modia and Mundia and how they relate to each other and explain social behavior.

59 MIN2 weeks ago
Comments
David Boxenhorn: Modia and Mundia Explained

Steve Schlafman: Venture Capital, Chronic Pain, Creativity

Steve Schlafman (@schlaf), based in NYC, is a seed-stage investor and leadership Coach at Primary Ventures. Here, he shares his experience of chronic pain, how it prevented him from starting his own podcast, and the ways in which he explores creativity in his life. Check out Steve's blog athttps://www.schlaf.me/ In today's episode, we mention: Chronic pain + the science behind it NYC, and the fly-wheel effect 10-Day Vipassana Retreat Inner Resources Hypnotherapy Coaching Creativity Stress

55 MIN3 weeks ago
Comments
Steve Schlafman: Venture Capital, Chronic Pain, Creativity

Maia Bittner: Startups, Business and Life in SF

Maia Bittner (@maiab), co-founder @Pinch and @Rocksbox, is a startup advisor and investor, as well as an alumna at Olin College of Engineering. Currently based in San Francisco, she likes "drinkingdirty chais, making web sites, and climbing rocks". In this episode, we mention: • Social Media, and Vulnerability • Business, and Hustle Culture • Uncertainty and Risk-taking • Death and Decision-making • Asymmetric Opportunities • Ambition, and hard-work • Remote, office, or bo

56 MIN3 weeks ago
Comments
Maia Bittner: Startups, Business and Life in SF

Special Interview Series: Investing in the Ocean Technology Sector

I sit down withGeorg Baunach of Hatch Ventures to talk more about how to invest in ocean technologies.

23 MIN3 weeks ago
Comments
Special Interview Series: Investing in the Ocean Technology Sector

Erics: Fisher and Levin - VR & Improv

In today's episode I invite two of my best friends, Eric Levin (@ericrius1) and Eric Fisher, for a laid-back and entertaining conversation. Fisher is currently a character coach and social designer at MiNDFUL iMPROV. Levin is a VR developer who experiments with art, meditation, and yoga in his work. In this episode, we discuss: • VR, AR, and Technology • Job automation, and AI • Skepticism, and Beliefs • Psychedelics and Therapy • Being vs. Becoming, and Flow • Socialization and

47 MINAUG 19
Comments
Erics: Fisher and Levin - VR & Improv

Natalie Nagele: CEO of Wildbit

Having previously developed Postmark as well as Beanstalk, entrepreneur Natalie Nagele (@natalienagele) joins me for a light-hearted, honest and open conversation about the process of building Wildbit, a fully self-funded, hybrid software company. In this episode, we mention: • Productivity • Deep, focused work • Leadership in business • Hard work vs. Smart work • Fundraising and profitability • Remote work, and loneliness • Meditation and mental clarity • Building a mea

58 MINAUG 16
Comments
Natalie Nagele: CEO of Wildbit

Special Interview Series: Bren Smith on Ocean Farming

After the last two episodes of setting up the exact problems we are facing with our oceans, I interview Bren Smith of Green Wave about his insightful company and what they are doing in order to provide protein to the world with low environmental impact.

19 MINAUG 16
Comments
Special Interview Series: Bren Smith on Ocean Farming

Andreas Klinger - What is the future of remote work?

Andreas Klinger (@andreasklinger), currently Head of Remote at AngelList, is a product-centric startup founder.Previous to AngelList, Andreas was founding team member and CTO at ProductHunt, as well as VP of Engineering at CoinList. In this episode, we discuss: Remote-work! Benefits of traveling while working The phenomenon of globalization Product ideas for remote teams Uploading our consciousness Andreas' meaning for life Innovation and sci-fi The spirituality trap Job automation

63 MINAUG 12
Comments
Andreas Klinger - What is the future of remote work?

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