We all would like to be able to predict the future, for it provides some level of certainty. We know that predicting the future is
As many of you might have assumed by now I am someone who embraces technology. I do know the fine balance between when to use
I recently had the pleasure of being on a webinar that was being hosted by a previous author guest on our show by the name
One of my favorite and most admired authors is Steven Kotler. Has authored “Tomorrowland“, “Bold“, “The Rise of Superman” and “Abundance” just to name a few. He is a prolific writer and author.
I recently had the pleasure to discuss with him his new book entitled “Stealing Fire-How Silicon Valley, the Navy Seals, and Mavericks Scientists Are Revolutionizing the Way We Live and Work.”
In our interview together we explore the revolution that is occurring in society today, and shortcuts that are being used to boost insight and inspiration which results in creating alters states of consciousness, thus improving personal performance. Steven and his co-author Jamie Wheal have spent four years investigating the leading edges of this revolution, from interviews with the Navy Seals, Green Berets and attending Burning Man they have compiled the stories and information in their new book “Stealing Fire”.
Steven states that this revolution is spreading into the mainstream, fueling a trillion dollar underground economy and forcing us to rethink how we can lead richer, more productive, more satisfying lives. In our interview, we discuss recent advances in psychology, neurobiology, pharmacology, and technology are driving this phenomenon which allows us to move past myths, assumptions, and controversies and embrace peak performances as men and women.
As you will find out when you read “Stealing Fire” the quest to attain these alter states of consciousness have been going on since 415BC. To this day the rituals, techniques, and drugs used to attain these altered states of consciousness are changing and the effects are much more powerful. I know you are going to love this interview with author Steven Kotler about his new book “Stealing Fire”
To learn more about Steven please go click here to be directed to his website, or you can learn about the book by clicking here. Enjoy this amazing interview with a fascinating author and explorer of a new frontier.
I know that everyone in our busy world today is interested in finding ways to stay focused, and create a better quality of life for themselves and their families. It seems as if we are all moving and working at a frenetic pace just to keep up with all of our demands in life. So just what are some of the problems we are faced with?
In my recent interview with author Adam Gazzaley we speak about his new book entitled ” The Distracted Mind-Ancient Brains in a High Tech World“. Adam has studied the brains of thousands of people in his neuroscience lab at UCSF. His finding are that our brains are limited in their ability to pay attention. We don’t really multitask but rather switch rapidly between tasks. He says that distractions and interruptions, often technology related- referred to by Adam as “interference’ collide with our goal-setting abilities.
The fact is that we are all being distracted way too much, and we are moving between projects, tasks and goals and leaving much uncompleted which is not fulfilling. It is having an impact on our mental psyche.
So what should we do? Adam recommends that we change our brains to fight distraction. He gives advice and application to such techniques as meditation, exercise and setting boundaries with the technology that we are attached too. He does not suggest giving up our devices, but that we use them in a more balanced way.
If you want to learn more about Adam Gazzaley and his new book “The Distracted Mind” you can click here to be directed to his website at UCSF which will give you information about the research is is conducting at his neuroscience lab. You can also watch a trailer video featuring Adam on a PBS documentary by clicking here.
I hope you enjoy this very informative interview with author Adam Gazzaley, about our “Distracted Minds”.
If you follow my blog then you know that I am a bit of a geek and someone who is always looking for better ways to build relationships, stay in touch and do it more effectively. I recently stumbled across a new cloud based platform called “Cloze“. I happen to have tried out the 14-day free trial of the software, then purchased the software for my personal use.
So what makes Cloze different from all the thousands of CRM systems out on the internet? Simply stated is aggregates data and information about your friends, clients and prospects from across several social media platforms and has a user friendly user interface that really makes is intuitive to use and become more productive. Believe me this cloud based system is not like any other CRM you have encountered, but once you give it a whirl you will see what I am speaking about.
In this interview with Alex Cote one of the founder of Cloze we discuss the differentiators in the software and some of the new things in development. I know everyone who enjoys staying on the cutting edge of technology, and wants to start using as system to make them more productive then you will certainly appreciate Cloze.
If you want to download the 14-day free trial please click here, ( for a 10% discount when you are ready to purchase, please use this code tun3pam2ok6wyb9n) if you want to read some of the Tweets click here to be directed to the organization’s Twitter page and read what users are raving about!!!!
I hope you enjoy this great interview with Alex Cote co-founder of Cloze.
This is my fourth interview with author Steven Kotler, and his books just keep getting better. His new release Tomorrowland Our Journey from Science Fiction to Science Fact is a series of essays and in-depth investigation into the inventions and technologies that are rapidly changing our world forever. He really does provide us with the pivotal moments when science fiction become science fact. Steven takes us on a personal guided tour of the mind-bending far frontier, and how these advances are radically transforming our lives for the better.
In our interview together we discuss everything from the new advancements in bionics to artificial vision that is allowing people without vision to see well enough to drive a car. We talk about nuclear fission, the future of space, flying cars and everything in between.
I hope you will take a few minutes out of your day to listen to author Steven Kotler one of the thought leaders when it comes to technology and its impact on society.
Steven Kotler is also the co-founder of “The Flow Genome Project” an international organization dedicated to mapping the genome of flow and open sourcing it to everyone by 2020.