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ZION 2.0

ZION 2.0

Collin Morris

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This is a podcast about the future. Each week, a guest offers a unique vision. I ask questions and make jokes sometimes.

Latest Episodes

#43 - A Fireside Chat with Gili Oren

Today my guest is the exceptional Gili Oren.With almost 30 years of international business experience, Gili is helping the next generation of leaders gain access to capital, get to the heart of what blocks them from thriving and transcend obstacles, create strategies that actualize bold vision, and create value in a way that actualizes their dreams of impact. He holds an undergraduate degree in social sciences from Tel Aviv University and an international MBA from The Netherlands business School and is certificated in numerous coaching and transformational leadership programs .Outside of funding and nurturing visionary entrepreneurs, Gili creates value by organizing spaces or events for epic communities to gather, and lead brotherhood journeys through his passion project, Remenber.His specialties include: Angel Investments, new venture creation, Strategic Planning and Development, Business and life coaching, Transformational Workshops Facilitation.Links:Find Gili on LinkedInCheck ou...

65 minAPR 28
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#43 - A Fireside Chat with Gili Oren

#42 Embodiment and the Authentic Life with Paul Chek

Today my guest is Paul Chek.Paul is a world-renowned expert in the fields of corrective and high-performance exercise kinesiology, stress management and holistic wellness. For over thirty years, Paul’s unique, integrated approach to treatment and education has changed the lives of many of his clients, his students and their clients. By treating the body as a whole system and finding the root cause of a problem, Paul has been successful where traditional approaches have consistently failed. Paul is the founder of the CHEK (Corrective Holistic Exercise Kinesiology) Institute, based in California, USA and the P~P~S Success Mastery Coaching Program. He is a prolific author of books, articles and blog posts and the host of the popular podcast Living 4D with Paul Chek.This interview comes at the perfect time as many of you who follow me on Twitter have noticed me harping on about movement and embodiment. I was grateful for this opportunity to connect with Paul around many questions I’ve...

108 minMAR 10
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#42 Embodiment and the Authentic Life with Paul Chek

#41 A Fireside Chat with Vinay Gupta

Today my guest is hardcore crypto tantric engineer Vinay Gupta.I first heard Vinay on a podcast a few years ago speaking about enlightenment and saving the world with Bucky Fuller style innovation and inspiration. His approach seemed radically applied and pragmatic - with intense spiritual practice comes real moral responsibility. This is antithetical to a lot of the philosophically inept and castrated New Age thought we see today in the Spiritual Marketplace. What does it mean to take this work seriously?This is (fortunately) a sprawling conversation. We start by discussing the prophetic nature of certain special science fiction authors, emotional processing in spiritual practice, empathy disorders, save-the-world psychology, uncanny valleys in tech, and how to make sense of our current moment as a bunch of confused monkeys.I hope you get as much from this conversation as I did.Links:Books mentioned: Christ was an Ad Man & Shockwave RiderFollow Vinay on TwitterFollw me on TwitterCh...

102 minFEB 13
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#41 A Fireside Chat with Vinay Gupta

#40 A View From The Ground with Jamie Wheal

Today my guest is Jamie Wheal.Jamie is the Executive Director of The Flow Genome Project and leading expert in the neurophysiology of human performance. His work combines a background in expeditionary education, wilderness medicine, and surf rescue, with over a decade of advising high-growth companies on strategy, execution, and leadership. Jamie's coaching ranges from Fortune 500 companies like Cisco, Google, and Nike, to the U.S. Naval War College, and Red Bull. You'll find him speaking on the intersection of science and human potential to diverse, high-performance communities like Young President's Organization, Summit Series, TED, and MaiTai Global. At the Flow Genome Project, he leads a team of the world’s top scientists, athletes, and artists dedicated to mapping the genome of the peak-performance state known as Flow.We discuss what is most top of mind for Jamie right now: how to build a future that has a chance of success. We talk about the philosophical mistakes we make whe...

69 minFEB 8
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#40 A View From The Ground with Jamie Wheal

Playing in the Weird with Erik Davis

Today my guest is Erik Davis. Erik is an author, podcaster, award-winning journalist, and popular speakerbased in San Francisco. I reached out to Erik after reading his latest book “High Weirdness” - an exploration of the emergence of a new psychedelic spirituality in the work of Philip K. Dick, Terence McKenna, and Robert Anton Wilson. While we don’t talk about the book much directly, we cover some exciting territory: Mormonism & cultural lineage, relating to “cults” in a playful, theatrical manner, designing new psychedelic religions, and how to best navigate the Weird. This is one of my favorite conversations so far. Enjoy!

77 minJAN 30
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Playing in the Weird with Erik Davis

#38 A Word on Complexity with Matthew Pirkowski

Today my guest is Matthew Pirkowski.Matthew writes very smart things on Twitter and Medium generally under the heading of Complexity. He weaves a background in psychology, math, and complexity science together for Very Original Thinking.Follow him on TwitterGo check out other podcasts on my YouTube channelEnjoy the show? Consider becoming a patron.

90 minJAN 26
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#38 A Word on Complexity with Matthew Pirkowski

#37 Rachel Haywire - Beyond The Center

EWhen society fractures, who winds up on The Fringe? Also: what’s happening on The Fringe?Today I am joined by Rachel Haywire- creator of Trigger Warning. They are:“a gang of ideological deviants who realize that most other deviants and intellectuals have now lost their ability to see outside the box of political correctness."Rachel is asking good questions and I’m here for it.Follow Rachel on Twitter. Enjoy the show? Leave a 5 star review!Love the show? Become a patron.

50 min2019 DEC 13
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#37 Rachel Haywire - Beyond The Center

A Republic, If You Can Keep It with Daniel Schmachtenberger

Today my guest is Daniel Schmachtenberger.Daniel is a Co-Founder at the Neurohacker Collective and director of Research and Development, where he is focused on developing processes and technologies for advancing medicine and human optimization. He is particularly focused on personalized medicine, adequate approaches to complex illness, and deepening our knowledge of how the human regulatory systems function, how they break down, and how they can be supported to function with greater resilience.Daniel also runs a blog called Civilization Emerging where he focuses on exploring topics relevant to being human well, individually and collectively. Specifically, thoughts on the future of civilization, the sensitivity and potential of our current situation, and how we might navigate the path ahead.Daniel and I discuss a number of topics, namely the role aesthetics play in his work, current questions he has around public education, secret societies, and how to build and maintain a personal s...

85 min2019 NOV 19
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A Republic, If You Can Keep It with Daniel Schmachtenberger

Creating Wealth in Transition with Jordan Hall (Part 2)

Amidst all of the big changes and uncertainty we're experiencing in the world today, we can come to all kinds of conclusions about what it all means and how we fit into the picture. One common story we hear from well-intentioned activists fighting against wealth inequality and climate change: the accumulation of wealth is evil. The rich are destroying the planet. The 1% meme has even held some ground since the days of Occupy Wall Street, taken up as a rallying cry by Democratic Socialists. I wonder if there's another story.Speaking for myself, I have all kinds of twisted narratives around money. I need to be making enough to feel worthy and attract a mate. If I'm not providing, I have no value. Wealth accumulation is for the greedy and I'm not so I'll do my best to avoid it, etc. Today (for my first livestream!) my guest is Jordan Hall. Jordan has made the rounds on various podcasts and YouTube channels discussing a wide range of things, namely the idea of cultivating sovereignty as...

86 min2019 NOV 19
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Creating Wealth in Transition with Jordan Hall (Part 2)

Creating Wealth in Transition with Jordan Hall (Part 1)

Amidst all of the big changes and uncertainty we're experiencing in the world today, we can come to all kinds of conclusions about what it all means and how we fit into the picture. One common story we hear from well-intentioned activists fighting against wealth inequality and climate change: the accumulation of wealth is evil. The rich are destroying the planet. The 1% meme has even held some ground since the days of Occupy Wall Street, taken up as a rallying cry by Democratic Socialists. I wonder if there's another story.Speaking for myself, I have all kinds of twisted narratives around money. I need to be making enough to feel worthy and attract a mate. If I'm not providing, I have no value. Wealth accumulation is for the greedy and I'm not so I'll do my best to avoid it, etc. Today (for my first livestream!) my guest is Jordan Hall. Jordan has made the rounds on various podcasts and YouTube channels discussing a wide range of things, namely the idea of cultivating sovereignty as...

56 min2019 NOV 15
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Creating Wealth in Transition with Jordan Hall (Part 1)

Latest Episodes

#43 - A Fireside Chat with Gili Oren

Today my guest is the exceptional Gili Oren.With almost 30 years of international business experience, Gili is helping the next generation of leaders gain access to capital, get to the heart of what blocks them from thriving and transcend obstacles, create strategies that actualize bold vision, and create value in a way that actualizes their dreams of impact. He holds an undergraduate degree in social sciences from Tel Aviv University and an international MBA from The Netherlands business School and is certificated in numerous coaching and transformational leadership programs .Outside of funding and nurturing visionary entrepreneurs, Gili creates value by organizing spaces or events for epic communities to gather, and lead brotherhood journeys through his passion project, Remenber.His specialties include: Angel Investments, new venture creation, Strategic Planning and Development, Business and life coaching, Transformational Workshops Facilitation.Links:Find Gili on LinkedInCheck ou...

65 minAPR 28
Comments
#43 - A Fireside Chat with Gili Oren

#42 Embodiment and the Authentic Life with Paul Chek

Today my guest is Paul Chek.Paul is a world-renowned expert in the fields of corrective and high-performance exercise kinesiology, stress management and holistic wellness. For over thirty years, Paul’s unique, integrated approach to treatment and education has changed the lives of many of his clients, his students and their clients. By treating the body as a whole system and finding the root cause of a problem, Paul has been successful where traditional approaches have consistently failed. Paul is the founder of the CHEK (Corrective Holistic Exercise Kinesiology) Institute, based in California, USA and the P~P~S Success Mastery Coaching Program. He is a prolific author of books, articles and blog posts and the host of the popular podcast Living 4D with Paul Chek.This interview comes at the perfect time as many of you who follow me on Twitter have noticed me harping on about movement and embodiment. I was grateful for this opportunity to connect with Paul around many questions I’ve...

108 minMAR 10
Comments
#42 Embodiment and the Authentic Life with Paul Chek

#41 A Fireside Chat with Vinay Gupta

Today my guest is hardcore crypto tantric engineer Vinay Gupta.I first heard Vinay on a podcast a few years ago speaking about enlightenment and saving the world with Bucky Fuller style innovation and inspiration. His approach seemed radically applied and pragmatic - with intense spiritual practice comes real moral responsibility. This is antithetical to a lot of the philosophically inept and castrated New Age thought we see today in the Spiritual Marketplace. What does it mean to take this work seriously?This is (fortunately) a sprawling conversation. We start by discussing the prophetic nature of certain special science fiction authors, emotional processing in spiritual practice, empathy disorders, save-the-world psychology, uncanny valleys in tech, and how to make sense of our current moment as a bunch of confused monkeys.I hope you get as much from this conversation as I did.Links:Books mentioned: Christ was an Ad Man & Shockwave RiderFollow Vinay on TwitterFollw me on TwitterCh...

102 minFEB 13
Comments
#41 A Fireside Chat with Vinay Gupta

#40 A View From The Ground with Jamie Wheal

Today my guest is Jamie Wheal.Jamie is the Executive Director of The Flow Genome Project and leading expert in the neurophysiology of human performance. His work combines a background in expeditionary education, wilderness medicine, and surf rescue, with over a decade of advising high-growth companies on strategy, execution, and leadership. Jamie's coaching ranges from Fortune 500 companies like Cisco, Google, and Nike, to the U.S. Naval War College, and Red Bull. You'll find him speaking on the intersection of science and human potential to diverse, high-performance communities like Young President's Organization, Summit Series, TED, and MaiTai Global. At the Flow Genome Project, he leads a team of the world’s top scientists, athletes, and artists dedicated to mapping the genome of the peak-performance state known as Flow.We discuss what is most top of mind for Jamie right now: how to build a future that has a chance of success. We talk about the philosophical mistakes we make whe...

69 minFEB 8
Comments
#40 A View From The Ground with Jamie Wheal

Playing in the Weird with Erik Davis

Today my guest is Erik Davis. Erik is an author, podcaster, award-winning journalist, and popular speakerbased in San Francisco. I reached out to Erik after reading his latest book “High Weirdness” - an exploration of the emergence of a new psychedelic spirituality in the work of Philip K. Dick, Terence McKenna, and Robert Anton Wilson. While we don’t talk about the book much directly, we cover some exciting territory: Mormonism & cultural lineage, relating to “cults” in a playful, theatrical manner, designing new psychedelic religions, and how to best navigate the Weird. This is one of my favorite conversations so far. Enjoy!

77 minJAN 30
Comments
Playing in the Weird with Erik Davis

#38 A Word on Complexity with Matthew Pirkowski

Today my guest is Matthew Pirkowski.Matthew writes very smart things on Twitter and Medium generally under the heading of Complexity. He weaves a background in psychology, math, and complexity science together for Very Original Thinking.Follow him on TwitterGo check out other podcasts on my YouTube channelEnjoy the show? Consider becoming a patron.

90 minJAN 26
Comments
#38 A Word on Complexity with Matthew Pirkowski

#37 Rachel Haywire - Beyond The Center

EWhen society fractures, who winds up on The Fringe? Also: what’s happening on The Fringe?Today I am joined by Rachel Haywire- creator of Trigger Warning. They are:“a gang of ideological deviants who realize that most other deviants and intellectuals have now lost their ability to see outside the box of political correctness."Rachel is asking good questions and I’m here for it.Follow Rachel on Twitter. Enjoy the show? Leave a 5 star review!Love the show? Become a patron.

50 min2019 DEC 13
Comments
#37 Rachel Haywire - Beyond The Center

A Republic, If You Can Keep It with Daniel Schmachtenberger

Today my guest is Daniel Schmachtenberger.Daniel is a Co-Founder at the Neurohacker Collective and director of Research and Development, where he is focused on developing processes and technologies for advancing medicine and human optimization. He is particularly focused on personalized medicine, adequate approaches to complex illness, and deepening our knowledge of how the human regulatory systems function, how they break down, and how they can be supported to function with greater resilience.Daniel also runs a blog called Civilization Emerging where he focuses on exploring topics relevant to being human well, individually and collectively. Specifically, thoughts on the future of civilization, the sensitivity and potential of our current situation, and how we might navigate the path ahead.Daniel and I discuss a number of topics, namely the role aesthetics play in his work, current questions he has around public education, secret societies, and how to build and maintain a personal s...

85 min2019 NOV 19
Comments
A Republic, If You Can Keep It with Daniel Schmachtenberger

Creating Wealth in Transition with Jordan Hall (Part 2)

Amidst all of the big changes and uncertainty we're experiencing in the world today, we can come to all kinds of conclusions about what it all means and how we fit into the picture. One common story we hear from well-intentioned activists fighting against wealth inequality and climate change: the accumulation of wealth is evil. The rich are destroying the planet. The 1% meme has even held some ground since the days of Occupy Wall Street, taken up as a rallying cry by Democratic Socialists. I wonder if there's another story.Speaking for myself, I have all kinds of twisted narratives around money. I need to be making enough to feel worthy and attract a mate. If I'm not providing, I have no value. Wealth accumulation is for the greedy and I'm not so I'll do my best to avoid it, etc. Today (for my first livestream!) my guest is Jordan Hall. Jordan has made the rounds on various podcasts and YouTube channels discussing a wide range of things, namely the idea of cultivating sovereignty as...

86 min2019 NOV 19
Comments
Creating Wealth in Transition with Jordan Hall (Part 2)

Creating Wealth in Transition with Jordan Hall (Part 1)

Amidst all of the big changes and uncertainty we're experiencing in the world today, we can come to all kinds of conclusions about what it all means and how we fit into the picture. One common story we hear from well-intentioned activists fighting against wealth inequality and climate change: the accumulation of wealth is evil. The rich are destroying the planet. The 1% meme has even held some ground since the days of Occupy Wall Street, taken up as a rallying cry by Democratic Socialists. I wonder if there's another story.Speaking for myself, I have all kinds of twisted narratives around money. I need to be making enough to feel worthy and attract a mate. If I'm not providing, I have no value. Wealth accumulation is for the greedy and I'm not so I'll do my best to avoid it, etc. Today (for my first livestream!) my guest is Jordan Hall. Jordan has made the rounds on various podcasts and YouTube channels discussing a wide range of things, namely the idea of cultivating sovereignty as...

56 min2019 NOV 15
Comments
Creating Wealth in Transition with Jordan Hall (Part 1)
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