The podcast about becoming 'Limitless' in real life. While technically a 'self help' podcast, it packs a punch with scientific biohacking strategies for boosting your neurotransmitters, ninja lifehacks and sociopathic tactics to dominate (ethically!). Get new episodes delivered automatically to your smartphone and listen on the go with the free (and awesome!) Mixcloud App.
We interview Dr. Gary Small, one of the foremost experts on Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia prevention. Dr. Small has written 6 books, is a professor of psychiatry and director of the UCLA Longevity Center at the Semel Institute for Neuroscience & Human Behavior. He has appeared on The Today Show, Good Morning American, PBS, and CNN.
In this episode we discuss a Limitless, yet uncommon character quality and an infamous World War Two officer who practiced it valiantly. In the resources section, a smartphone app that will make grocery shopping for brain power food easier than ever and as promised on our Facebook page a while back we hook you up with free Nootropic brain power supplements.
Disclaimer: I don't actually advocate tricking people, unless it's for their own enjoyment.
This episode we discuss a subtle communication shift you can make along with 7 other life hacks that will create the perception by others that you are highly consistent, dependable and reliable person without actually doing more work. We also give life hacking applications of memory systems to ensure you never lose your phone again along with the sales and influence strategy of multiple hook points.
In this episode Jonathan and Woody deconstruct and disprove 7 common self help fallacies using the Socratic Method for precise thought. We also discuss why positive, yet slightly erroneous self help platitudes may not be as harmless as you think.
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In this episode you will learn how to become a human Google, who can instantly remember thousands of obscure details, facts, anecdotes or stories within 3 seconds.
This podcast will demonstrate and most importantly break down a shockingly simple, bizarre and surprisingly fun memory system for hardwiring strong neuronal pathways between your short and long term memories. I share a hilarious yet very true story about a sovereign nation in modern times that declared a war against birds and then lost that war. Also why working hard and working smart is not enough to get ahead in the business world anymore along with the applied neuroscience behind why an ambitious, smart person can in a few short years become a burnt out and unhappy with their career and how to make sure that dosen't happen to you!
In this episode we are joined by Alex Roseland to discuss 15 high leverage skill sets which exist at the intersection of being easy or fast to learn but also quite valuable in the business world. Stick around till the end of the episode to learn about some free software that will save your eyes while working on a computer late at night. In the badass story, the time Jonathan got in a sword fight.
In this episode we discuss the #1 reason you are not living more Limitlessly and how to vanquish it by adjusting two mindsets, practicing superior time management and a few biohacks for increasing personal energy.
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In this episode we discuss becoming a renaissance man (or lady) and a powerful memory hack for remembering details about people. If you stick around till the end of the episode you will hear Jonathan's wacky philosophical technique for taking money from atheists at bars. We finish the episode with a completely unrelated yet badass story about dogs rescuing a baby.
In this episode we will be sharing a fast money strategy for acquiring a rare digital commodity and selling it within a few weeks for a 5,000% - 10,000% Return on Investment with a very low risk asset. We will also share 4 Google Chrome hacks for improving productivity while using your favorite web browser.
In this episode we discus biohacking our minds with Mark Ashton Smith, Ph.D, a Cognitive Neuroscientist who obtained his doctorate from Carnagie Mellon University of Pittsburgh, a lecturer at Cambridge University and head of the psychology department of the University of Cyprus. Dr. Smith has spent over 3 years creating a line of software which has been proven to increase IQ, fluid intelligence and working memory.
In this episode we discuss one of the most limiting things in your life, stress. We give the chemical definition of stress and explain it's biological purpose. We also give 18 powerful life hacks (ranging from diet and lifestyle to mindset and visualizaiton) for decreasing and managing stress in a healthy way. Includes a hilarious download of the Budweiser Real Men of Genius series.
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We give 9 travel hacks and tips for getting the most out of a trip to central America. We discuss making friends and going on a 'technology cleanse' while traveling and Woody gives several high tech travel resources.
In this episode we discuss the historical origins of trained memory systems and 4 common types of memory that modern science recognizes. We reveal 4 association techniques to force original awareness. In the life hacking section we share 7 foods essential to sharpening memory.
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