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#34 - Abe Maingi: Basketball, Books, and Building a Biotech Business
My guest today is Abe Maingi. Abe is a fellow self improvement junkie, avid reader, writer, and habit builder. He's also co-founder of a company called Inceptor Bio, a biotech company focused on advancing cell and gene therapies to cure cancer.
#33 - David Grew: Why Doctors Should Be Creators
My guest today is Dr. David Grew. David is a radiation oncologist and the founder of an app called PRIMR. PRIMR is a web application where doctors can provide patients with digitally recorded, personalized explanations about their medical conditions and treatments.
#32 - Michael Ashcroft: How to Say "No" to Your Boss
My guest today is Michael Ashcroft. Michael is a writer, thinker, YouTuber, and teacher of the Alexander Technique through his online course.
In this episode, Michael and I discussed why he left his corporate career to be an online teacher. Michael explained what the Alexander Technique is, who benefits most from it, and how to practice it. We also talked about building an email list, Write of Passage, and how to find your niche as a creator.
#31 - Cole Schafer: How to Write Like Hemingway and Speak Like Obama
My guest today is Cole Schafer. Cole is a master copywriter, poet, author, and adman. He is best known for his newsletter, Sticky Notes, where he sends weekly emails about advertising, writing, creativity, and life.
#30 - Danny Miranda: Meditation, Mindfulness, and Meaningful Conversations
My guest today is Danny Miranda. Danny is best known as the host of The Danny Miranda Podcast. Danny started his podcast about seven months ago and has hosted nearly 100 guests. He's moving at blistering speed as a podcaster and improving tremendously along the way.
#29 - Jason Hill: We Have Overcome
My guest today is Dr. Jason Hill. Dr. Hill is a professor of philosophy at DePaul University and the author of four books. He holds a P.h.D. in philosophy and has been a professional writer and book author for over 30 years. Dr. Hill has been interviewed on the Today Show, Fox News, and NPR, among other notable media outlets.
In this episode, Jason and I discussed his first days in the US as an immigrant from Jamaica. We talked about his perspective on racism in America. Jason shared his thoughts on the motivations behind recent racial and educational trends in the United States. We discussed our critiques of Ta-Nehisi Coates' book, Between the World and Me. And we briefly touched on the idea of reparations.
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