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    #689: The Brothers Who Live One Life — The Incredible Adventures of David and Daniil Liberman

    Through their shared experiences and beliefs, the Liberman brothers have learned the power of unity and collaboration, enabling them to achieve remarkable feats.

    enAugust 24, 2023

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    David Liberman and Daniil Liberman (@DaLiberman) are visionary entrepreneurs and investors with a close partnership spanning 16 years. They gained valuable experience at Snap, contributing to projects involving avatars, bitmoji, animation, and product operations. They are currently based in Los Angeles, where their primary focus is on building Product Science, a service dedicated to optimizing mobile apps.

    Moreover, the Liberman brothers have established The Libermans Company, referred to as a People Company. Through their commitment to the Founders Pledge, they have allocated all future earnings and economic value for the next three decades to LibermansCo, including founder shares of Product Science and potential returns from future investments.

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    [06:59] Childhood.

    [09:46] The influence of scientist parents on curious kids.

    [12:42] The perils of pursuing anti-corruption innovation in post-Soviet Russia.

    [18:09] Building a business with cables and crossbows.

    [23:21] Lessons learned by bankrupting a gaming studio.

    [29:42] Moscow-style investment recovery.

    [31:07] A lucky break in the darkness of debt.

    [32:07] Streamlining production through decentralization, parallelization, and a DJ connection.

    [35:00] When playing the fools is the smart move.

    [41:04] Coming to America.

    [44:46] Building momentum with animation in Los Angeles.

    [46:19] Divorce lawyer power dynamics.

    [47:10] Another unforeseen financial hurdle.

    [49:02] To Silicon Valley and nonprofit transparency.

    [52:21] How are David and Daniil able to pivot between different ideas so quickly?

    [58:12] The formation, advantages, and drawbacks of the Liberman hive mind.

    [1:07:18] Separation pros and cons.

    [1:08:56] How does external romance fit into this arrangement?

    [1:12:12] The Dalai Lama, Jerry Murdock, and Snap.

    [1:19:28] Reversing Snapchat's 2018 decline by adapting to data and fixing real problems.

    [1:27:40] Applying principles of compound growth to life.

    [1:33:23] How working with family has helped with logistics.

    [1:37:11] The value of interdisciplinary synthesis.

    [1:45:46] How the Libermans might teach people to code.

    [1:52:55] A data-driven look at our current financial crisis.

    [2:04:21] What's the Liberman solution?

    [2:06:46] Incentivizing adoption of such a solution.

    [2:10:33] A real-world test.

    [2:14:08] Who/what makes for a good investment in this model?

    [2:19:35] Do we reduce or elevate the potential for success by minimizing suffering?

    [2:27:33] How to invest in people (and why you should).

    [2:37:52] Parting thoughts.

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    🔑 Key Takeaways

    • The challenging childhood of the Lieberman Brothers in Moscow shaped their love for data analysis, which now drives their success as entrepreneurs and investors in mobile app optimization.
    • Challenging the status quo and seeking proof is crucial for problem-solving; resilience and determination are necessary in the face of opposition.
    • David and Daniil Liberman encounter corruption in the Russian government, prompting them to focus on grassroots initiatives. They turn down a corrupt government project and decide to build businesses outside of Russia.
    • David and Daniil Liberman overcame obstacles and utilized innovative methods to bring internet access to households in Russia, eventually shifting their focus to supercomputing and gaming.
    • Adaptability and learning from failures are key factors in overcoming challenges and achieving success. Embracing setbacks can lead to growth and innovation.
    • Success in entrepreneurship relies on being resourceful, adaptable, and leveraging unexpected connections to overcome challenges and turn obstacles into opportunities.
    • Fearlessness is a powerful tool that enables individuals to navigate difficult situations, stay true to their ideas, and effectively fight corruption, reminding us of the importance of maintaining equanimity in pursuing our passions.
    • By strategically presenting themselves as fools, David and Daniil Liberman were able to navigate a dangerous situation and protect their ideas. This emphasizes the importance of adaptability and identifying opportunities.
    • Networking, showcasing talent, packaging technology, understanding audience preferences, navigating the complexities of the industry, resilience, and flexibility are essential for success in business.
    • The Liberman brothers recognized the need for transparency in the nonprofit sector and developed a banking platform for nonprofits. They discovered that the younger generation values immediate impact and transparency in their donations, highlighting the importance of adaptability and learning from failure.
    • If your startup isn't growing at double the rate within 14 months, it's time to pivot. Learning from failures and trying different ideas is essential for success in the ever-changing landscape of technology-driven businesses.
    • Through their shared experiences and beliefs, the Liberman brothers have learned the power of unity and collaboration, enabling them to achieve remarkable feats.
    • Embracing and developing individual strengths while working together as a team can lead to faster and more effective communication, increased productivity, and the ability to handle challenges.
    • Daniil and David prioritize their partners' needs by having separate bedrooms, showcasing the importance of adapting for healthy relationships.
    • Being open to unexpected opportunities and connections can lead to remarkable outcomes in our lives.
    • Data-driven decision-making and prompt resolution of user experience issues are crucial for maintaining success in a company.
    • By recognizing the limitations of closed app stores and leveraging their product's better performance on Android, the developers were able to enhance user experience, find solutions to challenges, and contribute to Snapchat's growth in slower Android device markets.
    • Use compound growth strategy for quantifiable goals, but don't push yourself too hard. Slow and steady progress leads to long-term success.
    • Starting small and gradually improving, while maintaining trust and reliability, is the path to achieving success in any area of life.
    • Challenges and adversity can reveal untapped strengths and innovative problem-solving methods, leading to personal and professional growth.
    • Understanding the quantum processes in biological cells can lead to advancements in both our understanding of consciousness and the development of accessible quantum computers, as well as uncover unexpected applications in different industries. Collaboration and holistic education are vital for maximizing this potential.
    • Learning coding is about translating problems and solutions into code, and it requires a different way of thinking. Start with fun resources and understand the fundamentals to apply them to any programming language.
    • Comprehending technical aspects allows for accurate instructions and efficient coordination, preventing missed opportunities and misunderstandings. Observing different perspectives sparks exciting ideas, while pension funds hold significant assets and influence on political decisions and regulations.
    • Decreased government subsidies for education and pension fund issues have led to rising student debt, underfunded police departments, and potential future financial burdens for younger generations.
    • To address the decline in new businesses and limited job opportunities, individuals can attract equity investors and accelerate their growth potential by converting their income into securities. Additionally, investments in education can boost individual income and overall economic growth.
    • Investing in individuals' future income can incentivize wider adoption, revolutionize investments, create opportunities for funding ventures, and benefit pension funds and investors by diversifying portfolios and generating greater returns.
    • Investing in athletes can lead to significant financial support and opportunities, but understanding the terms and conditions is crucial. Embracing the power law distribution can enable individuals to make a positive impact on society and provide access to resources for others.
    • Failure is a stepping stone towards success. Investors should support founders and their future endeavors, encouraging them to learn from mistakes. Founders should not be afraid to pivot or start over, while also prioritizing self-care and exploring new opportunities.
    • Providing free education for all can create a fairer society and promote economic growth and success for everyone, eliminating unnecessary burdens like student debt.
    • Embrace advancements in various sectors, leverage the power of limited liability companies, and collaborate with like-minded individuals for a prosperous future.
    • Informing older individuals about the power of their financial decisions can lead to a shift towards sustainable investing, benefiting both individuals and society.
    • Aligning financial investments with sustainability can not only make a positive impact but also potentially lead to financial gains. Explore the options provided by Libermans dot co and Humanism for more information on investing and making a positive impact.

    📝 Podcast Summary

    Overcoming Challenges and Nurturing Intellectual Curiosity

    The Lieberman Brothers, David and Daniel, had a challenging childhood growing up in post-Soviet Union Moscow. Despite their family's financial struggles, their parents, both accomplished scientists, continued to pursue their groundbreaking work while raising six children. Their mother, in particular, managed to balance her scientific exploration with caregiving responsibilities through the help of their grandparents and occasional support from family friends. The brothers attribute their intellectual curiosity and analytical thinking to their parents' passion for their work and each other. This upbringing instilled in them a love for data analysis, which is evident in their current pursuits as entrepreneurs and investors focused on optimizing mobile apps.

    Embracing a Mindset of Questioning and Evidence-Based Thinking

    Tim Ferris and the Lieberman brothers learned from their parents the importance of challenging the status quo and seeking proof and data to support claims. Growing up surrounded by piles of papers and punch cards filled with data, they realized the value of conducting experiments and repeated trials to gain a deeper understanding of how things work. This mindset of questioning and searching for evidence shaped their approach to problem-solving and thinking about the world. When the Lieberman brothers presented their idea for eradicating corruption in Russia by storing governmental expenses transparently on people's machines, they faced resistance from those in power. However, they remained resilient and determined, demonstrating the same resistance and willingness to challenge the prevailing norms that they learned from their parents.

    Fighting Corruption and Building Businesses

    David and Daniil Liberman realized the corruption and bribery within the Russian government. They were approached by someone who warned them to stop talking about ideas that challenge the interests of those in power. This prompted them to pivot their approach and focus on grassroots efforts to enact change. However, they were later invited by the government to work on a project involving a corrupt practice of selling seats in government positions to wealthy individuals. This disgusted them, and they decided to decline the offer and pursue building their own businesses instead. This experience planted the seed in their minds that they may need to build businesses outside of Russia in the future.

    From Internet Access to Gaming: The Libermans' Resourceful Journey in Russia

    David and Daniil Liberman saw an opportunity to bring internet access to households in Russia. They pre-sold contracts and used consumer loans to buy equipment and fiber optic cable. They faced challenges, such as getting permission to connect cables and facing competition. Despite these obstacles, they persevered by sneaking onto roofs and connecting buildings using crossbows. Eventually, their company was acquired by a bigger player. They then shifted their focus to supercomputing and building games. Their interest in gaming stemmed from their love for online sandbox games like TI Online. This conversation emphasizes the Libermans' resourceful and determined approach to entering the internet and gaming industry in Russia.

    From failure to success: The journey of Daniil and David Liberman in the animation industry.

    Daniil and David Liberman faced numerous challenges and setbacks in their journey, starting with their failed gaming studio and bankruptcy. However, they were able to learn valuable lessons and transfer their experience to their next venture, an animation studio. Despite the difficulties and limited resources, they were determined to find innovative ways to overcome obstacles and improve their processes. This demonstrates the importance of adaptability, resilience, and a willingness to learn from failures. Their ability to pivot and make the most of their knowledge and skills ultimately led to their success in the animation industry. It serves as a reminder that setbacks can be stepping stones to growth and innovation.

    Overcoming Threats and Financial Struggles: A Story of Resourcefulness and Adaptability in Entrepreneurship

    David and Daniil faced extreme threats and financial struggles in their business venture. They were threatened with harm to themselves and their families if they didn't return money owed. In response, they knew they had to find a new project that could generate quick cash. Through their connections, they proposed creating a political satire show using computer graphics, which could be produced in just one week. They successfully parallelized and decentralized the production process, borrowing resources from IBM to create the show. However, despite the initial support, IBM eventually backed out due to the political nature of the show. This story highlights the importance of resourcefulness, adaptability, and the power of unexpected connections in entrepreneurship.

    Overcoming fear to achieve goals and make a meaningful impact

    Fear can be a hindrance in achieving one's goals and making a meaningful impact. The Liberman brothers demonstrated a lack of fear in the face of real risks and threats, which allowed them to navigate difficult situations and stay true to their ideas. Their fearlessness enabled them to negotiate prepayments, pay off debts, and focus on their mission of fighting corruption. Additionally, their lack of fear of death and refusal to show fear to those who threatened them helped them maintain control and protect their interests. This serves as a reminder that overcoming fear and maintaining equanimity can be powerful tools in pursuing one's passions and effecting positive change, even in challenging circumstances.

    The Power of Strategic Transparency

    Strategic transparency can be a powerful tool in achieving success. David and Daniil Liberman shared how they used the strategy of portraying themselves as fools to protect their ideas and plans. By being completely transparent about their ideas and presenting themselves as idiots, they were able to navigate a dangerous political situation and protect their interests. This strategy worked because their adversaries underestimated them and dismissed them as crazy. Additionally, the conversation highlighted the advantages of moving to the United States, particularly California, where opportunities are abundant and non-compete contracts are not enforceable. The story emphasizes the importance of adaptability, identifying opportunities, and having the freedom to pursue one's goals.

    Perseverance and adaptability in the pursuit of success.

    Perseverance and adaptability are crucial in the pursuit of success. Despite facing challenges and setbacks, Daniil and David Liberman managed to build momentum by networking with influential individuals and showcasing their ability to produce animation quickly. They understood the importance of packaging their technology within a compelling show concept, demonstrating their resourcefulness and understanding of their audience's preferences. Additionally, they learned to navigate the complexities of the entertainment industry and the power dynamics involved. However, they also experienced misfortune when their show was canceled due to a financial crisis. This highlights the unpredictable nature of business and the need to remain resilient and flexible in the face of adversity.

    Addressing Financial Challenges and Prioritizing Transparency in the Nonprofit Sector

    The Liberman brothers experienced significant financial challenges in Hollywood, which led them to realize the need for transparency in the nonprofit sector. They created a transparent banking platform for nonprofits but discovered that the older generation of donors did not prioritize knowing how their money was being spent. However, the younger generation, including themselves, prioritizes seeing immediate change and transparency in the impact of their donations. The brothers also learned the importance of being adaptable and letting go of ideas that are not working. They understand that failure can occur due to various factors, such as financial crises, and that it is essential to study decision-making processes, not just outcomes.

    When to pivot and start something new

    If your startup is not growing and showing double the growth over a period of 14 months, it is time to stop and start something new. Statistics show that only a small percentage of startups become successful unicorns, and if your trajectory doesn't show the potential to reach that level, it's best to move on. It's important to understand that success often comes after multiple failures, and many billion-dollar companies were created by people who failed multiple times before finding success. Timing and technology adoption are crucial factors that can determine the success or failure of a business. Therefore, it's essential to take multiple shots at success and try different ideas, balancing between forward-looking concepts and grounded projects.

    The Unbreakable Bond of the Liberman Brothers

    The Liberman brothers have a unique and inseparable bond that has shaped their lives and perspectives. Growing up in a small room with three bunk beds, they learned how to rely on each other for support and protection. This experience strengthened their connection and taught them the importance of teamwork. As they got older, they developed a shared passion for social justice and the belief that technology could improve governance. By combining their strengths and knowledge, they realized they could accomplish more together and appear almost superhuman to the outside world. While their approach may be confusing to some, their unity has provided numerous advantages and allowed them to accomplish great things.

    Harnessing unique strengths and teamwork for business success

    Daniil and David Liberman have found success in their business by embracing their unique strengths and working as a team. They have developed a system of communication where they both receive all messages and respond together, allowing them to answer faster and be more effective. They have different intuitions - David absorbs data and provides answers seemingly out of nowhere, while Daniil excels in reading people and processing knowledge. They have learned to live with their unique qualities and have doubled down on developing them further. Despite being physically separated for the first time, they were able to handle it because they knew the other was working on something important.

    Maintaining strong relationships: The importance of adapting and making adjustments.

    Maintaining a strong relationship while living together can be challenging, especially when it comes to romantic partnerships. Daniil and David Liberman, who are brothers, shared a single bed in their previous home. However, they recently decided to have separate bedrooms to make it easier for potential romantic partners. They recognized that their unique bond can create limitations in terms of relationships, and by having separate spaces, they hope to address this issue. While they still value spending time together, they understand the importance of considering their partners' needs and perspectives as well. This conversation highlights the importance of adapting and making adjustments for the sake of healthy relationships.

    The Power of Unexpected Connections

    Sometimes unexpected meetings and connections can have a significant impact on our lives. The Liberman brothers shared their story of meeting a Tibetan spiritual leader, Rinpoche, during a meditation retreat. This encounter led to an invitation to meet the Dalai Lama and potentially collaborate on their ideas about living without physical borders. However, due to a storm, their one-on-one meeting with the Dalai Lama did not happen. Despite this, they received an email from Jerry Murdoch, the founder of Insight Partners, who was dining with the Dalai Lama and another monk. This connection eventually led to a close friendship and further opportunities. This story highlights the importance of being open to unexpected opportunities and connections, as they can lead to remarkable outcomes.

    The Impact of Slow Android Performance on Snapchat's User Decline

    Snapchat's decline in users was not solely due to competition, as widely believed. Instead, the major reason for the decline was the slow performance of the Android version of the app after an update. Many Android users experienced loading times of up to 40 seconds before the feed with stories would load, causing frustration and abandonment of the app. David and Daniil Liberman, despite not specifically being responsible for this issue, spotted the problem through data analysis. They brought their insights to Evan and the engineering team, highlighting the need for faster app performance. This shows the importance of data-driven decision-making and the value of addressing user experience issues promptly to maintain a successful company.

    Improving the Android User Experience within the Snapchat Ecosystem

    The developers, Daniil and David Liberman, recognized the limitations of closed ecosystem app stores and sought to improve the experience for Android users. They noticed that their product, three D avatars, worked faster on Android compared to iOS, making it quite unique. Through their experience, they learned about the limitations and looked into user behavior to better position their product within the Snapchat ecosystem. They faced challenges in obtaining immediate results due to performance degradation, but they found ways to extract data by looking at previous bugs and accidental mistakes. Despite the moral dilemma of intentionally making the user experience worse, they saw it as an opportunity to fix problems and prove their engineering skills. Their efforts contributed to the growth of Snapchat's audience, particularly in countries where Android devices are slower.

    Balancing intuition and data analysis for goal setting and achievement.

    Setting and achieving goals can be approached using both intuition and data analysis. When it comes to quantifiable goals, such as increasing followers or financial success, a strategy of compound growth can be effective. The idea is to evaluate your current situation and then double your results every year. This approach allows for steady and sustainable progress towards your goals. However, it's important not to try to run too fast and push yourself beyond your limits, as this can result in setbacks or even breaking things. Instead, a slow and steady approach to growth ensures long-term success in both business and personal endeavors.

    Consistency and realistic goals: the keys to success

    Achieving success, whether in physical activity or in business, requires consistency and realistic goals. It's important to start from a achievable level and gradually improve, rather than aiming for massive progress too quickly, which can lead to damage or failure. The story highlights the example of an Olympic team that became champions by improving their KPIs by just 1% each week. This principle can be applied to any area of life, whether it's writing books, making money, or pursuing big goals. Additionally, the importance of trust and reliability is emphasized, especially when working with family or long-term partners. Going through challenges together can strengthen relationships and build trust in each other's abilities.

    Adversity: Uncovering Hidden Strengths and Unique Approaches to Problem-Solving

    Adversity reveals character. Tim Ferriss mentions that adversity builds character, but he suggests that it may just as likely reveal character. Daniil and David Liberman discuss how their parents faced challenges that ultimately shaped their perspectives and led to significant discoveries. Their father's transition from physics to biology allowed him to approach scientific research from a unique perspective, resulting in groundbreaking discoveries about how the eye works. Their parents' interdisciplinary thinking and combination of different fields led to success in their work. The key lesson here is that challenges and adversity can uncover hidden strengths and unique approaches to problem-solving, ultimately leading to personal and professional growth.

    Unraveling the Quantum Nature of Biology for Psychology and Technology

    Understanding the quantum nature of our biology can have profound implications for both our psychology and technological advancements. By studying the quantum processes happening inside our cells, we can gain insights into how our consciousness works and how to build more efficient quantum computers. Unlike current quantum computers that require complex environments and low temperatures, the biological quantum processes occur at room temperature, offering possibilities for creating quantum computers that are accessible and portable. Furthermore, exploring the properties of nanotubes found in cells can lead to unexpected discoveries with applications in various industries, but to fully unlock this potential, interdisciplinary collaboration and a holistic approach to education is crucial.

    Learning to Code as a Simple Translation Process

    Learning coding doesn't have to be intimidating or overwhelming. Daniil Liberman and David Liberman emphasize the importance of approaching coding as a translation process, where you first describe a problem or solution in your own language and then translate it into code. They believe that the only thing you need to learn is a slightly different way of thinking and describing the world. By understanding the fundamental concepts and principles of coding, you can apply them to any programming language. They also highlight the importance of starting with fun and engaging resources, just like learning a foreign language through reading before writing. So, if you're interested in exploring coding, start with approachable resources and embrace the idea that coding is a language you can learn and master.

    The Importance of Understanding Technical Language for Effective Collaboration and Task Management

    Understanding the language of engineers is crucial for effective collaboration and task management. Whether you're an engineer, a product person, a product manager, or a marketing person, comprehending the technical aspects of a project allows you to give accurate instructions and coordinate with engineers more efficiently. Failing to do so can result in missed opportunities and misunderstandings, leading to different outcomes than intended. Additionally, this conversation highlights the importance of observing the world around us and gaining different perspectives to spark exciting and motivating ideas. The story also reveals the significant role that pension funds play in the financial market, showcasing their immense assets and influence on political decisions and regulations.

    Shift in Education and Pension Funding

    There has been a significant shift in the funding of education and pension funds in the United States. In the past, government subsidies covered a large portion of college tuition, allowing students to work summer jobs and avoid accumulating excessive student debt. However, in the late 1980s and early 1990s, due to financial troubles with public pension funds, government subsidies to education decreased, resulting in rising student debt. Additionally, the guaranteed return rates for public pension funds created a massive gap between assets and liabilities, totaling about $5 trillion. This funding imbalance has not only affected education but also impacts the underfunding of police departments. As a result, younger generations are experiencing lower levels of wealth accumulation and will likely face greater financial burdens in the future.

    The Impact of Declining Entrepreneurship on Economic Opportunities and the Solution of Converting Individual Income into Securities

    The decline in new businesses created by young people is a reflection of the failing social agreement and regulations. This shift in entrepreneurship has resulted in negative consequences such as slower economies and limited job opportunities. The regulations and preferences set by previous generations have created a preference for equity over income, leading to capital gains being taxed less. To address this issue, the proposal is to convert individual income into securities, allowing individuals to attract equity investors and accelerate their growth potential. By creating a model and setting a price for personal income, individuals can form companies and eliminate bias, while investors can benefit from improved future prospects. Additionally, investments in education should be considered to increase individual income and overall economic growth.

    Investing in Individual Income: Revolutionizing Investments and Creating Opportunities

    Individual income as equity has the potential to incentivize wider adoption and data sharing, as well as revolutionize investments in various professions. By investing in individuals' future income, such as YouTubers or college athletes, a larger market for investment can be created, resulting in faster economic growth. This approach can provide opportunities for individuals to secure funding for their ventures, like building studios or hiring employees. Furthermore, it can benefit pension funds and investors by diversifying their portfolios and generating greater returns. The success of investing in individual income showcases the possibility for regulations to change and for more professions to benefit from this innovative investment strategy.

    Investing in athletes and the power law distribution

    Investing in athletes can provide significant financial support and opportunities, as seen in the case discussed. While one athlete challenged the agreement in court, he ultimately realized that the money received actually benefited him greatly. It is important to note that the managers and agents involved may have concerns about such agreements, but ultimately, it can work out well for all parties involved. The complexity of these cases emphasizes the importance of understanding the terms and conditions before signing. Furthermore, the conversation highlights the power law distribution that exists in various industries, including technology, art, and podcasts. By utilizing this power law, investing in a wider range of individuals can enable them to obtain higher education, start businesses, and create a positive impact on society. Additionally, when choosing investments, both financial potential and the potential to be a good ambassador for the model are considered, as finding great examples can shape the future and provide access to resources for others.

    Embracing Failure and Investing in Potential

    Failure is not the end, but rather a necessary step towards success. It is important for investors to believe in the potential of a startup and the resilience of its founders, even in the face of failure. Investing in people means supporting their future endeavors and encouraging them to learn from their mistakes. Founders should not be afraid to pivot or start over if their current project is not working. Taking care of oneself and maintaining happiness and efficiency in the long term is crucial for achieving success. It is also evident that success does not always come from a background of constant struggle; relieving pressures and having the freedom to explore new avenues can lead to bigger successes down the line.

    Universal Free Education: Unlocking Society's Potential

    Providing free education for everyone, regardless of their background, can lead to unexpected and significant outcomes for society. While the initial investment may be expensive, it can create a more equitable and prosperous world. On the other hand, the stories of successful entrepreneurs often overlook the advantages they had from coming from upper-middle-class families and not experiencing real poverty or student debt. The struggle to achieve more is a universal human experience, but it doesn't necessarily require unnecessary artificial struggles, such as burdensome student loans. Instead, removing certain artificial struggles can lead to a higher level of economic growth and success for all.

    Harnessing innovation and technology for economic growth

    Innovation and technological advancements have the potential to greatly uplift the economy. The discussion revolves around the concept of abundance and how it can be realized through advancements in various sectors like electricity, power, roads, cars, education, and more. The conversation also touches upon the significance of limited liability companies and the evolution of the market. The request made to the audience is twofold: first, to provide links to relevant topics in biology and biophysics, and second, to identify individuals they believe would be successful and worthy of investment. The audience is encouraged to communicate through a form or Instagram for further discussions and sharing of ideas.

    Educating Older Generations for Sustainable Investments

    There is a need to educate older generations and investors about the impact of their financial decisions. Many pension funds, which are largely owned by older individuals, invest in companies that may be causing harm to the environment. It is important to inform them that they have the power to choose where their money goes and to encourage them to invest in sustainable and socially responsible companies. This education can lead to a shift in the market and create a better future for everyone. While there may be challenges in implementing this change, it is crucial to have discussions and find solutions that make it easier for pensioners to make conscious investment choices. By redirecting capital towards more positive and dynamic sources of value, we can benefit both individuals and society as a whole.

    Investing in Sustainability: A Path to Financial Success and a Cleaner Society

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    Matt Pottinger is a distinguished visiting fellow at the Hoover Institution and chairman of the China Program at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies. Matt served as U.S. Deputy National Security Advisor from 2019 to 2021. Before his White House service, Matt spent the late 1990s and early 2000s in China as a reporter for Reuters and The Wall Street Journal. He then fought in Iraq and Afghanistan as a U.S. Marine during three combat deployments between 2007 and 2010. Matt’s new book is The Boiling Moat: Urgent Steps to Defend Taiwan.

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    #734: In Case You Missed It: March 2024 Recap of "The Tim Ferriss Show"

    This episode is brought to you by 5-Bullet Friday, my very own email newsletter.

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    [28:02] Consumer access to accelerated TMS.

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    [32:49] Potential downsides.

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    [45:20] Jinjer and Sohn.

    [46:24] Android and Gemini.

    [48:41] Content production and future fame.

    [49:58] Jake Paul vs. Mike Tyson.

    [52:02] Kevin’s deflated balls.

    [55:49] My single life.

    [59:39] Extending experiential lifespan.

    [1:06:12] This is (Henry Shukman’s) The Way.

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    #732: Martha Beck — The Amazing and Brutal Results of Zero Lies for 365 Days, How to Do a Beginner “Integrity Cleanse,” Lessons from Lion Trackers, and Novel Tactics for Reducing Anxiety

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    Dr. David Spiegel is Willson Professor and Associate Chair of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, Director of the Center on Stress and Health, and Medical Director of the Center for Integrative Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine, where he has been a member of the academic faculty since 1975. He is the founder of Reveri, the world's first interactive self-hypnosis app.

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    [10:14] Using hypnosis to cure non-epileptic seizures.

    [11:53] What is a forensic psychiatrist?

    [14:43] How hypnosis works.

    [17:54] Hypnosis and the flow state.

    [21:03] How hypnosis differs from meditation.

    [22:38] Determining one’s susceptibility to hypnosis.

    [27:21] I take the eye-roll test.

    [29:33] Thoughts on EMDR.

    [36:29] Therapeutic psychedelics and ego dissolution.

    [41:05] Potential adverse effects of hypnosis?

    [42:34] Accelerated TMS improves response to hypnosis.

    [44:25] Hypnosis as a tool for stress and pain relief.

    [48:56] David treats my back pain with hypnosis.

    [57:09] Replicating this effect with self-hypnosis.

    [57:57] Understanding the science of pain relief.

    [1:03:18] Filtering the hurt from the pain.

    [1:06:37] For us, not against us.

    [1:09:12] Hypnosis vs. other addiction interventions.

    [1:11:41] A mesmerizing tale of hypnotic history.

    [1:16:10] Most surprising patient outcomes.

    [1:24:53] Finding connection to treat the agitated.

    [1:28:40] Who is Reveri designed for?

    [1:31:15] Hypnosis as a first rather than last resort.

    [1:35:02] Further resources and final thoughts.

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    #730: Reed Hastings, Co-Founder of Netflix — How to Cultivate High Performance, The Art of Farming for Dissent, Favorite Failures, and More

    #730: Reed Hastings, Co-Founder of Netflix — How to Cultivate High Performance, The Art of Farming for Dissent, Favorite Failures, and More

    Reed Hastings became executive chairman of Netflix in 2023, after 25 years as CEO. He co-founded Netflix in 1997. Reed is also a majority owner of Powder Mountain. He is currently on the board of several educational organizations including KIPP and Pahara.

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    [06:34] Alfred Lee Loomis and Tuxedo Park.

    [07:53] Risk tolerance: nature or nurture?

    [10:56] Cultivating culture that “eats strategy for lunch.”

    [15:41] The logic behind generous severance.

    [17:02] Adapting to Pure chaos.

    [18:44] Reference checking potential hires.

    [20:29] Context vs. control.

    [22:35] Radical candor.

    [24:15] Guardrails for maintaining work/life balance.

    [27:04] Farming for dissent.

    [28:39] Believing in the green crystals.

    [30:54] High-performance team, not family.

    [31:59] The keeper test.

    [32:49] Fire and replace, or replace and fire?

    [33:59] Beyond Entrepreneurship and other recommended reading/viewing.

    [37:46] A favorite failure.

    [40:32] Outstanding leaders.

    [41:10] Reed’s two “religions.”

    [42:19] Powder Mountain.

    [44:44] How Powder Mountain differs from Reed’s other projects.

    [46:24] Powder Mountain’s biggest challenges ahead.

    [47:02] Could Reed ever really retire?

    [47:19] Best investments of time, energy, or money.

    [48:49] How can we improve education in the US?

    [52:48] What class would Reed teach?

    [53:59] Juggling projects without losing focus.

    [55:04] Philanthropy: Why Africa?

    [55:32] Being “big-hearted champions who pick up the trash.”

    [56:28] Reed’s billboard.

    [58:01] Parting thoughts.

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    #729: Legendary Actor Scott Glenn — How to Be Super Fit at 85, Lessons from Marlon Brando, How to Pursue Your Purpose, The Art of Serendipity, Stories of Gunslingers, and More

    #729: Legendary Actor Scott Glenn — How to Be Super Fit at 85, Lessons from Marlon Brando, How to Pursue Your Purpose, The Art of Serendipity, Stories of Gunslingers, and More

    Scott Glenn’s acting career spans nearly 60 years. His impressive film resume includes performances in Apocalypse Now, Urban Cowboy, The Right Stuff, Silverado, The Hunt for Red October, The Silence of the Lambs, Backdraft, The Virgin Suicides, and The Bourne Ultimatum. This year, Scott will return to HBO to join season 3 of The White Lotus.

    Timestamps for this episode are available below. Links to everything discussed: https://tim.blog/2024/03/27/scott-glenn/

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    Timestamps:

    [07:10] Idaho vs. Los Angeles.

    [13:26] Apocalypse Now, self-confidence soon after.

    [17:26] Burt Lancaster’s movie star lessons.

    [23:06] The birth and death of Wes Hightower.

    [32:22] Catching the attention of James Bridges.

    [35:42] Scarlet fever.

    [37:29] From Marine to police reporter.

    [42:12] Berghof Studios and parental advice.

    [50:44] Converting to Judaism.

    [53:36] Lao Tzu: the ultimate mystic?

    [58:16] Letting go with Killer Joe.

    [1:02:53] “Crazy Whitefella Thinking.”

    [1:08:31] Getting out of the way and Erwan Le Corre.

    [1:11:51] Lessons from the “morally phenomenal” Marlon Brando.

    [1:16:26] How Scott’s childhood bout with scarlet fever informed his life’s course.

    [1:19:05] Daily routines and exercises of an in-shape 85-year-old.

    [1:35:12] Securing a serendipitous skill set.

    [1:42:13] Thailand talk.

    [1:46:18] Increasing surface luck.

    [1:47:04] How Scott met and fell in love with his wife.

    [1:53:04] “Just dance.”

    [1:53:46] Mistakenly calling Rudolf Nureyev Russian.

    [1:55:57] Poetry.

    [2:00:01] What Laurence Olivier knew about the value of tenacity.

    [2:01:41] Parting thoughts.

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    #728: Seth Godin — Coaching Tim on Overcoming Resistance, Lessons from Isaac Asimov, Writing Secrets After 8,500+ Daily Blog Posts, The Dangers of Authenticity, Practices for Consistency, and Much More

    #728: Seth Godin — Coaching Tim on Overcoming Resistance, Lessons from Isaac Asimov, Writing Secrets After 8,500+ Daily Blog Posts, The Dangers of Authenticity, Practices for Consistency, and Much More

    Seth Godin is the author of 21 international bestsellers that have changed the way people think about work. Seth’s books include Tribes, Purple Cow, Linchpin, The Dip, and This Is Marketing. Seth writes one of the most popular marketing blogs in the world, and two of his TED talks are among the most popular of all time. His latest book is The Song of Significance: A New Manifesto for Teams

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    Timestamps:

    [06:14] Writing a provocation rather than a prescription.

    [13:08] Divvying up concepts.

    [16:25] Comprehension over complication.

    [18:58] How Seth fulfills a blog post’s purpose.

    [22:28] Claude AI vs. ChatGPT.

    [23:41] How Seth Godin as a Service (SGaaS) maintains consistency.

    [27:23] Simplification over exaggeration.

    [31:56] Working with Isaac Asimov and getting a Clue.

    [36:53] How Seth moves life’s story forward (even when he loves the current chapter).

    [43:28] Why does Seth write?

    [44:59] Is an ounce of prevention worth a pound of sinecure?

    [45:15] Parting thoughts.

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    #727: In Case You Missed It: February 2024 Recap of "The Tim Ferriss Show"

    #727: In Case You Missed It: February 2024 Recap of "The Tim Ferriss Show"

    This episode is brought to you by 5-Bullet Friday, my very own email newsletter.

    Welcome to another episode of The Tim Ferriss Show, where it is my job to deconstruct world-class performers to tease out the routines, habits, et cetera that you can apply to your own life. 

    This is a special inbetweenisode, which serves as a recap of the episodes from last month. It features a short clip from each conversation in one place so you can easily jump around to get a feel for the episode and guest.

    Based on your feedback, this format has been tweaked and improved since the first recap episode. For instance, listeners suggested that the bios for each guest can slow the momentum, so we moved all the bios to the end. 

    See it as a teaser. Something to whet your appetite. If you like what you hear, you can of course find the full episodes at tim.blog/podcast

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    Timestamps:

    Cal Newport: 00:03:17

    Claire Hughes Johnson: 00:07:56

    William Ury: 00:15:52

    Soman Chainani: 00:23:38

    Full episode titles:

    Cal Newport — How to Embrace Slow Productivity, Build a Deep Life, Achieve Mastery, and Defend Your Time (#722)

    Claire Hughes Johnson, Building Stripe from 160 to 6,000+ Employees — How to Take Radical Ownership of Your Life and Career (#724)

    Master Negotiator William Ury — Proven Strategies and Amazing Stories from Warren Buffett, Nelson Mandela, Kim Jong Un, Hugo Chávez, and More (#721)

    Life Lessons from Taylor Swift, Conquering Anxiety, Coaching Teens, Career Reinvention, Supposedly Gay Bulls, Your Shadow Side, and More — Soman Chainani (#720)

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