Category : science

science / science - 6 years ago

450: Michael Port | Steal the Show

Every interaction is a performance -- whether you're speaking up in a meeting, pitching a client, negotiating a raise, or walking into a job interview. Michael Port tells us how to steal the show. "There's a benefit to being chameleon-like." -Michae...

science / science - 6 years ago

449: Amy Morin | Mentally Stronger

By recognizing in our own behavior what keeps us from being resilient against life's obstacles, we're empowered to stop the cycle and focus on what it takes to become mentally stronger. "Every time you take your eyes off of your own goals and you st...

science / science - 6 years ago

Fan Mail Friday #30 | Social Chops for Covert Ops

Welcome to Fan Mail Friday #30! No jibber-jabber, just a short show where we answer Art of Charm listener mail and give out mini-lessons for the weekend! In this episode: Contrary to popular belief, a lot of intelligence agents have trouble pulli...

science / science - 6 years ago

448: Gary Vaynerchuk | Climbing the Ladder

Do you think of people who pursue their passions and make good money doing it as lucky? Chances are that Gary Vaynerchuk works a lot harder than you. "Let me just clarify one thing -- I'm not lucky!" -Gary Vaynerchuk The Cheat Sheet: How did a k...

science / science - 6 years ago

BONUS: Robert Richman | The Culture Blueprint

Corporate culture is only as boring and stagnant -- or exciting and thriving -- as the people who create it. "You can never really create culture...but you can design all these elements around it the same way you can design a house for the kind of i...

science / science - 6 years ago

447: Austin Kleon | Steal Like an Artist

Stop worrying so much about where your inspiration is coming from and just create. "People think that authors are writing exactly what they know, but I think a lot of times, authors are writing what they're trying to figure out." -Austin Kleon The...

science / science - 6 years ago

Listeners' Science Questions

Adam Rutherford and panellists Helen Czerski, Andrew Pontzen and Nick Crumpton answer listeners' science questions: What's the best way to become fossilised when you die? What are the most genetically different animals than can breed, either...

science / science - 6 years ago

Listeners' Science Questions

Adam Rutherford and panellists Helen Czerski, Andrew Pontzen and Nick Crumpton answer listeners' science questions: What's the best way to become fossilised when you die? What are the most genetically different animals than can breed, either...

science / science - 6 years ago

446: Tony Stubblebine | Ruthless Meditation

Meditation is for doers who seek personal top performance -- from entrepreneurs to professional athletes like Kobe Bryant. "If you hand a top performer a potential advantage, they're going to try it." -Tony Stubblebine The Cheat Sheet: What bene...