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    Explore "upbringing" with insightful episodes like "No. 1 Happiness Expert: If Your Friends Get Divorced So Will You! Single Friends Will Keep You Single! Obesity Is Contagious", "Thierry Henry (EXCLUSIVE): "I Cried Every Single Day", Dealing With Depression, My Childhood Trauma & Fighting For My Dad's Love!", "Emma Grede ON: The Formula to Building a Billion Dollar Empire & How Identifying Your Fears Will Help You Achieve Your Dreams", "#699: Apollo Robbins, The World’s Most Famous Pickpocket — Pickpocketing the Secret Service, Manipulating Attention, Famous Con Artists, The Psychology of Deception, Self-Defense Techniques, The Secret Language of Thieves, and More" and "Arnold Schwarzenegger ON: How to Make Your Visions a Reality & Stop Having a Limited Mindset" from podcasts like ""The Diary Of A CEO with Steven Bartlett", "The Diary Of A CEO with Steven Bartlett", "On Purpose with Jay Shetty", "The Tim Ferriss Show" and "On Purpose with Jay Shetty"" and more!

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    No. 1 Happiness Expert: If Your Friends Get Divorced So Will You! Single Friends Will Keep You Single! Obesity Is Contagious

    No. 1 Happiness Expert: If Your Friends Get Divorced So Will You! Single Friends Will Keep You Single! Obesity Is Contagious
    Everyone is constantly looking for happiness, but maybe real happiness can be found where we least expect it. Arthur C. Brooks is a bestselling author of 13 books and Harvard professor where he teaches courses on leadership, happiness, and social entrepreneurship. He is the columnist of the popular weekly “How to Build a Life” column at The Atlantic. In this interview, Steven and Arthur discuss everything from why Arthur studies the science of happiness, the crucial importance of meaning and agency, why society is wrong at saying what causes happiness and why happiness is infectious. You can purchase Arthur’s most recent book, ‘Build the Life You Want: The Art and Science of Getting Happier’, here: https://amzn.to/3O89WXf Follow Arthur: Twitter - https://bit.ly/3HnHLje Instagram - https://bit.ly/47CYaeq Watch the episodes on Youtube - https://g2ul0.app.link/3kxINCANKsb Get tickets to The Business & Life Speaking Tour: https://stevenbartlett.com/tour/ Follow me: Instagram - http://bit.ly/3nIkGAZ Twitter - http://bit.ly/3ztHuHm Linkedin - https://bit.ly/41Fl95Q Telegram - http://bit.ly/3nJYxST Sponsors: Linkedin Jobs: https://www.linkedin.com/doac Huel Greens: https://my.huel.com/DiaryofaCEOJan24 Uber: https://p.uber.com/creditsterms Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

    Thierry Henry (EXCLUSIVE): "I Cried Every Single Day", Dealing With Depression, My Childhood Trauma & Fighting For My Dad's Love!

    Thierry Henry (EXCLUSIVE): "I Cried Every Single Day", Dealing With Depression, My Childhood Trauma & Fighting For My Dad's Love!
    What does it take to become a Premier League GOAT, and what does it take from you when you walk away from the game? Thierry Henry is a French professional football coach, broadcaster and former player. He is regarded as one of the best strikers and Premier League player of all time, and France’s highest-ever international goalscorer. He began his professional career in 1994 and played for Arsenal from 1999 to 2007, he is the club’s all-time leading goal scorer with 226 goals. He was PFA player of the year twice, in 2003 and 2004, and European Golden Boot twice, in 2004 and 2005, he retired as a player in 2014 and is now coach of the under-21 French national team. In this interview, Steven and Thierry discuss everything from the expectations of Thierry's family that he would become a great football player, never feeling good enough, always wanting to get his father’s approval, ‘dying’ when he stopped playing football and his mental struggles after the game. Get tickets to The Business & Life Speaking Tour: https://stevenbartlett.com/tour/ Follow me: Instagram: http://bit.ly/3nIkGAZ Twitter: http://bit.ly/3ztHuHm Linkedin: https://bit.ly/41Fl95Q Telegram: http://bit.ly/3nJYxST Sponsors: Huel: https://my.huel.com/daily-greens-uk WHOOP: https://join.whoop.com/en-uk/CEO Uber Trains: https://p.uber.com/creditsterms Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

    Emma Grede ON: The Formula to Building a Billion Dollar Empire & How Identifying Your Fears Will Help You Achieve Your Dreams

    Emma Grede ON: The Formula to Building a Billion Dollar Empire & How Identifying Your Fears Will Help You Achieve Your Dreams

    Do you want to know the formula to building a billion- dollar empire? 

    Do you want to identify your fears in order to reach your dreams? 

    Is work-life balance actually a myth? 

    If you're in search of building a career of your own and be as successful as your potential allows you to become, the insights in this conversation will help you achieve your goals. 

    Our guest today, Emma Grede, has founded and is at the helm of multiple global businesses including Good American, Safely and SKIMS.

    Emma candidly opens up about the secrets of finding motivation in the most unlikely places and we get to learn that the job we're struggling in today might just be the stepping stone to a remarkable career shift tomorrow.

    Fear is not the enemy – it's our gateway to personal growth and altering the trajectory of our careers. 

    In this interview, you'll learn:

    • How to find the motivation to change your life
    • How to turn struggle into an opportunity
    • How to be overcome societal expectations of women
    • How to find success in your passion
    • How to restart your career
    • Tips on effective decision-making

    Experiences are more than just wisdom; it's an invitation to embrace your potential, overcome obstacles, and live life authentically.

    With Love and Gratitude,

    Jay Shetty

    What We Discuss:

    • 00:00 Intro
    • 06:10 The Ambition Mindset 
    • 08:58 Overnight Success Is An ILLUSION 
    • 15:08 Every Job Will Teach You An Important Lesson 
    • 17:44 How Fear Can Help You Grow 
    • 22:21 Every Relationship Has Chapters 
    • 26:36 The Tradeoffs Mothers Make Daily 
    • 30:24 CHALLENGE The Expectations Set For Women 
    • 32:03 Take Time To Reflect On What Matters To You 
    • 36:23 What Makes A Successful Relationship? 
    • 41:09 Practice Who You Want To Become Everyday 
    • 43:31 Misconceptions About Working Women 
    • 49:48 What’s Your Intention When Going to Work?
    • 51:35 Don’t Be Afraid To Take Chances 
    • 01:01:08 How To Come Up With A Good Business Idea
    • 01:04:41 How A Successful Businesswoman Thinks
    •  01:12:24 The Most Stressful Part Of Building A Business 
    • 01:15:03 Responsibilities That Come With Success 
    • 01:22:37 Emma Grede On Final Five

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    #699: Apollo Robbins, The World’s Most Famous Pickpocket — Pickpocketing the Secret Service, Manipulating Attention, Famous Con Artists, The Psychology of Deception, Self-Defense Techniques, The Secret Language of Thieves, and More

    #699: Apollo Robbins, The World’s Most Famous Pickpocket — Pickpocketing the Secret Service, Manipulating Attention, Famous Con Artists, The Psychology of Deception, Self-Defense Techniques, The Secret Language of Thieves, and More

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    Apollo Robbins (@ApolloRobbins) is often referred to as “The Gentleman Thief.” He first made national news when he pick-pocketed the Secret Service while entertaining a former U.S. President. Forbes has called Robbins “an artful manipulator of awareness,” and Wired has written that “he could steal the wallet of a man who knew he was going to have his pocket picked.” 

    Robbins’ entertainment credentials include the Warner Bros. film Focus, with Will Smith and Margot Robbie, along with appearances in Brooklyn 99, and the TNT series Leverage. He was a producer and co-host for National Geographic’s Brain Games, which was nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Informational Series. Robbins applies his expertise in magic and misdirection beyond entertainment, pulling back the curtain to show how the principles behind these illusions can enhance strategic thinking and decision-making. 

    His contributions to attention and perception research have been published in Scientific American Mind and Nature Reviews Neuroscience. He has delivered lectures at Harvard Kennedy School, MIT Sloan School of Management, and the Society of Neuroscience. He has been profiled by The New Yorker and featured in The New York TimesThe AtlanticNational Geographic, and The Wall Street Journal. Robbins’ TED Talk, “The Art of Misdirection,” is ranked in the 20 most-watched TED Talks of all time and has been hailed by the TED editors as a revelation in the flaws of human perception. 

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    [07:51] Was Apollo a naturally dextrous wunderkind?

    [10:26] The influence of Apollo’s blind minister father.

    [14:10] Apollo’s slide toward agnosticism.

    [17:24] Ben Stone enters the picture.

    [21:08] Taking in orphaned animals as a youngster.

    [23:31] An early lesson on the value of money.

    [25:20] Bear in a box.

    [28:19] Seeing magic as a ticket to the larger world.

    [30:55] Shoplifting for fun, profit, and education.

    [32:19] Equivoque magic and Jazz-based mentalism.

    [38:09] A magic book club and a year-round Santa.

    [44:10] Apollo’s first fateful trip to Vegas.

    [52:14] A false accusation leads to a real job and a vampire code.

    [55:27] Jimmy Carter and the Secret Service.

    [1:03:44] The pros and cons of becoming legendary.

    [1:05:39] Academic accolades.

    [1:08:01] A sauce less secret isn’t necessarily less rich.

    [1:09:28] Recovering when the reps get rough.

    [1:11:12] Sheet music versus jazz.

    [1:14:10] The introduction to — and enduring influence of — Apollo’s wife, Ava Do.

    [1:22:27] Perception science perceived but not yet entered into the lexicon.

    [1:26:16] The significance of Apollo’s silver ring.

    [1:27:01] Meeting (and stealing from) Penn Jillette.

    [1:29:10] Demonstrating the confidence of a con man.

    [1:33:03] Hallmarks that differentiate Apollo’s style.

    [1:40:14] Who has the advantage with arguments in the Robbins household?

    [1:41:18] 40 Elephants in the modern world.

    [1:42:52] Teaching kids about the cons — and pros — of deception.

    [1:45:50] Paltering and puffery.

    [1:49:14] Perceptual shaping and change raising.

    [1:51:14] Slick re-thievery.

    [1:54:01] Influential reading.

    [1:56:38] Whiz Mob.

    [1:59:22] How is a team of pickpockets organized?

    [2:04:54] The pandemic of the Dunning-Kruger effect.

    [2:08:37] Best practices to avoid becoming a target for theft.

    [2:11:14] The Illusion of Knowledge Project.

    [2:15:28] The Unsinkable Titanic Thompson and other noteworthy charlatans.

    [2:19:06] Rod the Hop, Kevin Mitnick, and Whizmob Inc.

    [2:23:11] How one word can make a difference to an impressionable child.

    [2:26:38] Parting thoughts.

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    Arnold Schwarzenegger ON: How to Make Your Visions a Reality & Stop Having a Limited Mindset

    Arnold Schwarzenegger ON: How to Make Your Visions a Reality & Stop Having a Limited Mindset

    What’s stopping you from turning your visions into reality?

    This is a question that many struggle with and we often spend most of our time finding the answers. 

    Today, we are happy to welcome Austrian-born bodybuilder, actor, businessman, philanthropist, bestselling author, and politician, Arnold Schwarzenegger. Arnold served as the thirty-eighth governor of California and his new book, Be Useful: Seven Tools for Life, takes readers on an inspirational tour through Arnold’s tool kit for a meaningful life. 

    We will explore Arnold's early years, growing up with a strict father and his deep yearning for genuine conversations. His experiences in the military taught him invaluable life lessons that would shape his path to success. Arnold shares the pivotal moment when he first arrived in the United States, igniting his passion for bodybuilding, a journey that would ultimately define his legacy.

    As the conversation deepens, he emphasizes the importance of creating our own paths to happiness and challenges the notion of sacrifice when you truly love what you do. He highlights the significance of having a clear vision for our goals and how compromise plays a vital role in maintaining family unity. Arnold's insights on the art of selling and looking beyond conventional markets shed light on his extraordinary success. 

    In this interview, you'll learn:

    • How to be resilient in the most difficult situations
    • How to change the trajectory of your life
    • How to be genuinely happy and content
    • The importance of allotting time for your family
    • How to effectively sell your product
    • How to breakthrough any market

    His journey serves as a testament to the idea that every accomplishment unveils a new purpose, driving us to explore our next chapter in life and an inspiration to us all to reach for greatness and share our stories with the world.

    With Love and Gratitude,

    Jay Shetty

    What We Discuss:

    • 00:00 Intro
    • 01:06 Growing Up with a Strict Father
    • 07:24 How the Military Shaped Me 
    • 10:54 Discovering America on My Bodybuilding Quest
    • 17:05 How I Kicked Off My Bodybuilding Journey
    • 23:57 Creating Your Path to Happiness
    • 31:37 Is It Sacrifice If You Love What You Do? 
    • 45:26 How to Set Clear Goals and Achieve Your Dreams
    • 49:50 How Compromise Saved Our Family
    • 54:53 Shifting Your Sales Focus to Real Customers, Real Result
    • 01:10:07 Expanding Your Reach Beyond Big Markets
    • 01:15:54 How Arnold Turned Goals into Achievements  
    • 01:21:11 Why You're Never Truly Self-Made
    • 01:25:31 Arnold Schwarzenegger on Final Five
    • 01:28:27 Discovering New Purpose Through Achievements
    • 01:32:50 Arnold's Public Speaking on His Success
    • 01:41:24 Finding Calm Amidst Chaos with Meditation

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    130. Relationship anxiety and being 'forever single' in your 20s ft. Katy Bellotte

    130. Relationship anxiety and being 'forever single' in your 20s ft. Katy Bellotte

    On today's episode we bring on the wonderful, Katy Bellotte, to discuss everything love, dating and relationship in our 20s. We discuss what it feels like to have never had a relationship in your 20s, the milestone anxiety and societal pressure that makes us to feel like we need to settle for someone we're not fully committed to, feeling behind and what it feels like to finally find the one. Katy also talks moving to New York City, what it's like to live your life online and managing expectations around social media. Listen now! 

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    Editor Of Vogue (Edward Enninful OBE): How To Become No.1 In Your Industry Against All The Odds!

    Editor Of Vogue (Edward Enninful OBE): How To Become No.1 In Your Industry Against All The Odds!
    In this new episode Steven sits down with the editor-in-chief of British Vogue, Edward Enninful OBE. Edward began his career in fashion as a model before becoming the fashion director of the British fashion magazine i-D at just 18 years old. This made him youngest-ever fashion director for an international magazine and Edward held this position for over 20 years. Between 1998 and 2011 he contributed extensively for Vogue Italia and Vogue US. From 2011, he was the Creative and Fashion Director at W Magazine. In 2016, Edward was awarded an OBE for Services to Diversity in the Fashion industry, and in 2017 he was named the editor-in-chief of British Vogue. In this conversation Edward and Steven discuss topics, such as: His upbringing in Ghana and his experience of being a immigrant in the UK His experience of being one of the few black people in the world of fashion How his insecurity drove him to succeed Becoming a workaholic and how work dominated his life The mental health impact of being a high achiever Edward’s memoir, ‘A Visible Man’ is now available in paperback, you can purchase it here: https://bit.ly/3OK3EOv Follow: Instagram: https://bit.ly/427qz9x Follow me: https://beacons.ai/diaryofaceo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

    Seth Rogen Opens Up About His Self-Doubt & Struggles That Nobody Sees!

    Seth Rogen Opens Up About His Self-Doubt & Struggles That Nobody Sees!
    Seth Rogen is a comedian, writer, director and producer whose films have together grossed $2.8 billion at the box office. In comedy since he was 12 years old, it’s all he’s ever known, and he’s one of the biggest comedy forces on the planet. Podcast description: Seth Rogen is a comedian, writer, director and producer whose films have together grossed $2.8 billion at the box office. In comedy since he was 12 years old, it’s all he’s ever known, and he’s one of the biggest comedy forces on the planet. Opening up for the first time on the dementia diagnosis that tore his family apart, as well as the toll that bad reviews can do to the people who make films, Seth is a good guy trying to make his way in an industry that famously rewards bad behaviour. He tells us what that’s really like. For many people, Seth provided the narration for their adolescence with iconic, classic movies like Superbad and Pineapple Express - hilariously mining his own fumbles on his journey into adulthood for comic effect. Now, through his weed company Houseplant, he takes people on a journey of a different source as the supplier of one of the most popular suppliers of legal weed in North America. Seth’s personal essay collection, Yearbook, is available March 7th: https://www.amazon.com/Yearbook-Seth-Rogen/ Seth: Instagram - https://bit.ly/3SNsLA9 Twitter - https://bit.ly/3Yov5yv Follow me: https://beacons.ai/diaryofaceo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

    Barbara Corcoran: Turning $1,000 to $1 Billion!

    Barbara Corcoran: Turning $1,000 to $1 Billion!
    As the original Shark of all 13 seasons of the Shark Tank, Barbara Corcoran has never stopped swimming or hustling. Ever since 1973 when she borrowed $1000 to start her own real estate firm, Barbara’s relentless drive and spirit turned The Corcoran Group into $6 billion dollar business. Coming from a poor neighbourhood and the second of ten children, Barbara always knew how to scrap and stand out from the crowd. She also knew how to use any setbacks as fuel for success, whether that was being labelled the ‘dumb’ D grade dyslexic student to being bitterly betrayed by her boyfriend. In this candid conversation, Barbara shares her hard won no nonsense lessons in life and business, revealing how she had no other option but to become an entrepreneur and use everything at her disposal to reach the top. Barbara: Instagram - http://bit.ly/3FNPGGt Twitter - http://bit.ly/3PqTrEY Follow me: https://beacons.ai/diaryofaceo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

    E200: Annie Macmanus: The Real Reason I Became Europe's No. 1 Female DJ

    E200: Annie Macmanus: The Real Reason I Became Europe's No. 1 Female DJ
    Annie Macmanus is a voice we’ve been hearing for twenty years. First as a presenter and tastemaker for the UK’s biggest dance music radio show, as a festival headlining DJ, as host of her podcast ‘Changes with Annie Macmanus’, and now as an author of her best-selling novel ‘Mother Mother’. Reaching the pinnacle of success with a relentless schedule headlining a 2am show in Ibiza every week before flying back in the morning to present her daily radio show, it took the pandemic lockdowns for Annie to realise she wanted something completely different from her life. So she started again. This conversation explores her decision to check in with herself and walk away from a 17 year career at the BBC to explore her passions of writing and podcasts. She presents the challenging notion that your life needs to have a revolution every 20 years for it to remain meaningful and fulfilling. Topics: Early context People please Your parents Your insecurities Leaving Ireland - being rejected why didn't you keep trying? Labels Cost of being wrapped up in your labels Learning to listen to instinct Feeling burdened Midlife crisis doubts and fears making big decisions Why did you make it? Is your relationship with work healthy? Mental health Tokenism A successful life for you last guest question Annie: Instagram - bit.ly/3iqZtcu Twitter - bit.ly/3UrsxOa Annie's podcast: bit.ly/3UhzNvT Annie's book: bit.ly/3VGwT57 Watch the episodes on Youtube: https://g2ul0.app.link/3kxINCANKsb Follow us on Telegram: https://g2ul0.app.link/E5re0ADNKsb Sponsors: Huel - https://g2ul0.app.link/G4RjcdKNKsb BlueJeans - https://g2ul0.app.link/NCgpGjVNKsb Craftd - https://g2ul0.app.link/gZ8in6Dsvsb Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

    Louis Theroux: "The Thing That Makes Me Great At Work, Makes Me Bad At Life!"

    Louis Theroux: "The Thing That Makes Me Great At Work, Makes Me Bad At Life!"
    From his recent global TikTok fame to his BAFTA award-winning documentaries Louis Theroux has delighted audiences and grown a cult following with his distinctive brand of personality. Best know for his documentary series ‘Weird Weekends’, and ‘When Louis Met……’ Louis has explored the most controversial subjects with wide eyed curiosity and openness. In this conversation Louis discusses how his childhood and upbringing affected his career, channeling his anxiety and social awkwardness into his work of exploring the darker aspects of human psychology and behaviour. He also talks about how his work has evolved and grown, from his initial big break in America to his new series of celebrity interviews, and how he has had to balance this with his family life. Just like with his documentaries, in this episode Louis brings his trademark honesty and openness. Louis: Instagram - bit.ly/3AIepJg Twitter - http://bit.ly/3EXtCsF Follow me: https://beacons.ai/diaryofaceo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

    Labrinth: The Musical Genius Behind Euphoria

    Labrinth: The Musical Genius Behind Euphoria
    Labrinth is a singer, rapper, producer, and composer behind HBO’s Euphoria. Achieving success at a young age, he gave it all up to go to America and start from the bottom all over again. This is his story. A true independent spirit, after getting frustrated with the corporate demands of Simon Cowell’s record label, he gave up his life in the UK where he had number one albums and an A list life to move to LA, where he was totally unknown. Labrinth: Instagram - http://bit.ly/3AvQyfI Twitter - http://bit.ly/3i2O02g Follow me: https://beacons.ai/diaryofaceo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

    E191: Gabby Logan Opens Up About Her Heartbreaking Past

    E191: Gabby Logan Opens Up About Her Heartbreaking Past
    Gabby Logan has been on our screens now for thirty years, bringing us the best of the world of sport at Sky Sports, ITV, and for the last nearly 20 years, at the BBC. Whether it’s the FIFA World Cup, the Rugby World Cup or the Olympics, Gabby is part of our memories of these moments. But there’s a side to Gabby people don’t often see. After her brother suddenly died when she was a teenager, she became (in her words) ‘fearless’ in pursuit of what she wanted, knowing that nothing would ever hurt as much again. But she was also wary of loving other people again, knowing what it was like to have those you love most taken away. It took her a long time and lot of introspection and learning to get to a place where she could open herself up emotionally to other people. But it’s when we look deep inside ourselves that it’s revealed who we really are, and what we really value. Topics: Early years Did you parents teach you how to take care of yourself? The phone call about your brother What was life like after that moment? Advice for someone going through something similar How did your brothers passing change your perspective on life? Your first step into broadcasting Starting at sky Advice for someone starting at the bottom of their career Working in a male dominated industry Sexism in the workplace Your book and podcast How true is the ‘midlife crisis? Menopause Finding out your husband had cancer Your partner Kenny Advice for maintaining a solid relationship The last guest question Gabby: Twitter -https://bit.ly/3FrWn14 Instagram - https://bit.ly/3DK00OH Gabby's book - https://amzn.to/3fkDcMe The Dairy sign up link: bit.ly/3fUcF8q Watch the episodes on Youtube: https://g2ul0.app.link/3kxINCANKsb Follow us on Telegram: https://g2ul0.app.link/E5re0ADNKsb Sponsors: Mercedes-Benz - https://bit.ly/3yXTQI1 Huel - https://g2ul0.app.link/G4RjcdKNKsb Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

    E185: David Harewood: The Chilling Story Of How A Hollywood Star Lost His Mind

    E185: David Harewood: The Chilling Story Of How A Hollywood Star Lost His Mind
    David Harewood is an award-winning actor, star of Supergirl and Homeland, and best-selling author behind Maybe I Don’t Belong Here, one of the best-reviewed and best-selling books of 2021. One of the best actors of his generation, with honours from Queen Elizabeth to prove it, David’s road to the top had to overcome his psychosis, which at one point drove him to the point of insanity and left him sectioned into a psychiatric hospital. With his life as he knew it on the brink, David rebuilt his life and career to reach the very top of the entertainment business. Scars like this take time to mend, and sometimes leave unexpected traces. David is controversially honest that losing his mind, in a way, helped him find his creativity. This isn’t the message that everyone wants to hear, but David’s frankness about how his darkest times set him apart from everyone else is a story you don’t want to miss. Topics: Early years Racism Your fathers illness Social rejection from everyone What would you have had to change inorder to not be sectioned? The night you got sectioned Being sectioned: Biology vs experiences The time being being sectioned and back to acting Opening up about your breakdown Where are you now? Why you? Your production company The last guests question David: Instagram: https://bit.ly/3CLLi9F Twitter: https://bit.ly/3MmT5xQ David's book: https://amzn.to/3RI13m4 Our new journal: bit.ly/3fUcF8q Watch the episodes on Youtube: https://g2ul0.app.link/3kxINCANKsb Follow us on Telegram: https://g2ul0.app.link/E5re0ADNKsb Sponsors: BlueJeans - https://g2ul0.app.link/NCgpGjVNKsb Huel - https://g2ul0.app.link/G4RjcdKNKsb Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

    E183: How I Became The Worlds Best DJ With Only One Arm: Black Coffee

    E183: How I Became The Worlds Best DJ With Only One Arm: Black Coffee
    Black Coffee is one of the biggest DJs in the world, and one of the largest musical artists to ever come out of Africa full stop. Charging up to $300,000 a set, he’s one of the most coveted and in-demand DJs in the game today. But what people may not know about him is that he’s climbed to the top of the DJ world while being able to spin with only one arm, losing his ability to use the other in a tragic childhood accident. From the greatest adversity comes the greatest achievement, though, and Black Coffee took it as more inspiration to drive towards his dreams - relentlessly, unrelentingly, fearlessly. Black Coffee’s story is truly inspiring. He is just one of many we’re bringing to you this Black History Month, during which we’re making a special effort to bring you essential conversations with people of colour who are thought and industry leaders in their fields. Topics: Early years Are you good with emotion What role did music play in your household The most pivotal day of your life Did the accident make you work harder Where you were going to be in 2 years Why you over anyone else Trouble with record labels telling you how to sound How many show have you done this year Therapy The difference between you (Nathi) & black coffee What is your happiness The last guest question Black Coffee: https://www.instagram.com/realblackcoffee/ https://twitter.com/realblackcoffee Watch the episodes on Youtube: https://g2ul0.app.link/3kxINCANKsb Follow us on Telegram: https://g2ul0.app.link/E5re0ADNKsb Sponsors Intel - https://g2ul0.app.link/Yh8T9b2KNtb Huel - https://g2ul0.app.link/G4RjcdKNKsb BlueJeans - https://g2ul0.app.link/NCgpGjVNKsb Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

    E132: Wretch 32: How To Build Unstoppable Self-Belief

    E132: Wretch 32: How To Build Unstoppable Self-Belief
    Wretch 32 is a British rapper and the co-founder of Green Machine, a company that specialises in CBD products. One of the leading rappers of his generation, he is noted for his especially personal lyrics that movingly convey his making a better life for himself, as well as his relationship with those around him, especially his mother. With every line and every bar he wrote, Wretch pulled his way out of his Tottenham estate and the circumstances he was born into. Growing up surrounded by gang conflict, Wretch has had to navigate right and wrong in a world that sometimes seemed upside down. But what’s fascinating about Wretch is he didn’t move away or let success lead him into a new life. Instead, he stayed in Tottenham. Because he didn’t want success to change him, who his people were, and what was important to him. Topics: Your Early Years Your beginnings as an artist How did you know you were going to succeed? How did it feel to reach your dream? Rap culture and materialism Staying true to yourself Impact of media pressure Imposter Syndrome Your CBD business Working with Def Jam Recordings Your relationships The modern music industry Influences Our last guest's question Wretch: https://www.instagram.com/officialwretch32/ https://twitter.com/wretch32 Watch the episodes on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheDiaryOfACEO/videos Follow us on Telegram: https://t.me/diaryofaceo Sponsors: Huel - https://my.huel.com/Steven Craftd - https://bit.ly/3JKOPFx Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

    E115: The “Winning Expert”: How To Become The Best You Can Be: Sir David Brailsford

    E115: The “Winning Expert”: How To Become The Best You Can Be: Sir David Brailsford
    Sir David Brailsford is the former Performance Director of British Cycling and current Team Principal of the Ineos Grenadiers, a professional cycling team that, along with its direct predecessor Team Sky, have won seven Tour De France titles since 2012. David is behind the business and life philosophy of ‘marginal gains’, a belief that paying attention to every little detail, and then trying to improve it by 1%, will have massive compound benefits when added together. Before David arrived at British Cycling, Britain was a relative backwater in the cycling world. Within a few years, he oversaw a team that won 8 out of 10 track medals at the olympic games. In this interview David opens up about the good times, and also the criticism he’s received, like never before. Topics: Your early years Getting into cycling Helping people find their motivation C.O.R.E First principles Forgetting about the result How to build motivation after victory? How to make tough decisions Marginal gains The cost of your obsession Your cancer scare Undergoing Heart surgery Individual approach vs team approach Struggling with failure The last guests question David's Team: https://twitter.com/INEOSGrenadiers https://www.instagram.com/ineosgrenadiers/ Watch the episodes on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheDiaryOfACEO/videos Our episode with Steve Peters: https://g2ul0.app.link/jus5h9GsOmb Sponsors: Huel - https://uk.huel.com/ Myenergi - https://bit.ly/3oeWGnl Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

    E111: The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A F*ck: Mark Manson

    E111: The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A F*ck: Mark Manson
    Mark Manson is the phenomenon behind ‘The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck’ and ‘Everything is F*cked’. He has sold over 13 million books and his blog, Life Advice That Doesn’t Suck, receives millions of views every month. His new book is co-written with Will Smith and is called ‘Will’. Mark is an interesting character with a fascinating story. Quitting his first proper job in finance within weeks, Mark ended up as a pick-up artist. He has since become critical of the pick-up artist industry, although said his job was more providing a kind of therapy for men rather than trying to attract girls. Mark’s message, although controversial to some, helps millions of people face their challenges and be the most confident version of themselves. Today, he brings that message to us. So you can judge for yourselves. Your early years Pickup artistry Rejection and self worth in relationships Fundamental characteristics of a good relationship Trying to find purpose Why you have to treat people well How to figure out what you actually want The values that allow you to be fulfilled Personal responsibility Is happiness a choice? Mental health Finding your new why The last guests question Mark: https://www.instagram.com/markmanson/ https://twitter.com/iammarkmanson THE DIARY OF A CEO LIVE TICKETS ON SALE NOW 🚀- https://g2ul0.app.link/diaryofaceolive Watch the episodes on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheDiaryOfACEO/videos Sponsor: Huel - https://uk.huel.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

    Tony Hinchcliffe-105-Your Mom's House with Christina Pazsitzky and Tom Segura

    Tony Hinchcliffe-105-Your Mom's House with Christina Pazsitzky and Tom Segura
    The episode will teach you the two greatest things in life, "Never rat on your friends and always keep your mouth shut." If that sounds like some real mafioso stuff, well, it is. This has to be one of the most fascinating episodes we've ever done. Our guest is comedian, writer and son of mobster, Tony Hinchcliffe AKA Tony Marsco AKA Tony Nickels AKA Tony Tip Toes. You'd never guess it but Hinchcliffe grew up the son of a mob boss father and bookie mother. HOW DO YOU NEED MORE INFO AFTER THAT?? We also revisit Angel and more of her secrets, but mostly this episode is everything Organized Crime. Put on your pressed jeans for this one. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices