Corbin Payne | How to Interact with the Police (Episode 671)


Corbin Payne | How to Interact with the Police (Episode 671)

Corbin Payne (@the_sue_chef), aka The Sue Chef, is a criminal defense attorney who explains why the innocent as well as the guilty should know how to interact with the police in a way that protects their own rights. The Cheat Sheet: What are your rights regarding search and seizure? Why shouldn’t we allow the police to search our car or … Read More


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Minisode Monday #80 | How to Ask Questions That Uncover Motivation


Minisode Monday #80 | How to Ask Questions That Uncover Motivation

Welcome to Minisode Monday, where we kick off the week with something quick and actionable — to make you more magnetic and effective — that you can implement right away. Are you trying to understand the motivation behind someone’s alleged actions? Here’s an exercise from episode 651 guest Frank Sesno, author of Ask More: The Power of Questions to Open … Read More


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Art of Charm Toolbox | How to Stop Feeling Like An Imposter (Episode 670)


AoC Toolbox | How to Stop Feeling Like An Imposter (Episode 670)

Feel like your accomplishments are unearned, you aren’t as good as people think, and you’ll be found out any moment? Here’s how to stop imposter syndrome. The Cheat Sheet: What is imposter syndrome? What are the causes of imposter syndrome? How can we recognize imposter syndrome when it arises? How can we shift our mindset if we find ourselves succumbing … Read More


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Scott Adams | Win Bigly (Episode 669)


Scott Adams | Win Bigly (Episode 669)

Scott Adams (@ScottAdamsSays) of Dilbert fame revisits us to discuss his new book Win Bigly: Persuasion in a World Where Facts Don’t Matter. “Nobody ever won an argument with an analogy.” -Scott Adams The Cheat Sheet: Is Scott Adams a Trump supporter? People don’t use facts to make decisions. They use emotion. Learn the three types of persuaders and how … Read More


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Minisode Monday #79 | Why We’re More Productive on Airplanes (and How to Be When We’re Not)


Minisode Monday #79 | Why We're More Productive on Airplanes (and How to Be When We're Not)

Welcome to Minisode Monday, where we kick off the week with something quick and actionable — to make you more magnetic and effective — that you can implement right away. Finish: Give Yourself the Gift of Done author Jon Acuff rejoins us (hear his most recent full episode here) to discuss why he’s more productive on an airplane and how … Read More


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Jon Acuff | The Gift of Done (Episode 668)


Jon Acuff | The Gift of Done (Episode 668)

Jon Acuff (@jonacuff) returns to the show to discuss his new book Finish: Give Yourself the Gift of Done. “If culture’s doing its job, you shouldn’t reward middle. You should reward finish.” -Jon Acuff The Cheat Sheet: Why are only eight percent of new year’s resolutions realized? (Incidentally, that’s the same percentage of applicants accepted to Juilliard.) The harm perfectionism … Read More


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Tom Bilyeu | Impact Theory (Episode 667)


Tom Bilyeu | Impact Theory (Episode 667)

Tom Bilyeu (@TomBilyeu) is a co-founder of Quest Nutrition, co-founder of media company Impact Theory, and host of the accompanying Impact Theory podcast. The Cheat Sheet: Why the fastest way to learn is to teach. Developing a growth mindset (per previous guest Carol Dweck) to avoid getting stuck doing one thing forever. Escaping the depression of feeling like a talentless … Read More


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Bob Sutton | The Asshole Survival Guide (Episode 666)


Bob Sutton | The Asshole Survival Guide (Episode 666)

Bob Sutton (@work_matters) is a Stanford Business School professor and author of New York Times Bestseller The No Asshole Rule and, most recently, The Asshole Survival Guide: How to Deal with People Who Treat You Like Dirt. “Be slow to label others as assholes and be quick to label yourself as one.” -Bob Sutton The Cheat Sheet: What is an … Read More


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