Today’s guest is Massimo Pigliucci, a professor of Philosophy at the city College of New York. Massimo talks about why he thinks everyone should have a "philosophy of life" and we discus his new book, "How to Live a Good Life: A Guide to Choosing Your Personal Philosophy." Our discussion covers Buddhism, Daoism, Confucianism, Aristotelianism, Epicureanism & Stoicism.
The topic this week is time management and productivity – how to get more out of each day. Time is our most precious resource. It is the currency of our lives. Your host, Sean Murray talks with time management expert Paul Burton. Paul offers great advice on strategies on how to stay focused, avoid distraction, get the most important work done and feel better about what we’ve accomplished.
On today’s show, I talk with Jonathan Clements, the author of How to Think About Money, and runs the HumbleDollar.com website. Prior to that, he wrote the Personal Finance column in the Wall […]
Today’s guest is Bill Burnett, a former designer from Apple who is now the Executive Director of the Stanford Design Program, and he teaches a hugely popular course at Stanford […]
On today’s show, I talk with Edith Hall, the author of Aristotle’s Way: How Ancient Wisdom Can Change Your Life, and she is a Professor at King’s College in London. […]
On today’s show, I talk with Sam Morris, the founder of Zen Warrior Training. Sam coaches business executives on meditation and building resilience and mental toughness. When he was 19, […]
On today’s show, I talk with John Kaag, an American philosopher and writer, and the author of the book “Sick Souls, Healthy Minds: How William James can save your life.” […]
On today’s show, I talk with David Finkel, time management and productivity expert, and author of the book, The Freedom Formula: How to Succeed in Business without Sacrificing Your Family, Health, […]
On today’s show, I talk with Matt Walker, author of Adventure in Everything and a professional mountain guide, executive coach and keynote speaker. Matt has over 20 year’s experience leading […]
On today’s show, I talk with Christian Miller, author of The Character Gap and a professor of Philosophy at Wake Forest University. Miller talks about the virtues that make up […]