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  1. Creativity

  2. For this episode, I’m going to do something a little different. I recently did a TED Talk, and there was something really distinct and special about it. I’m pretty used to performing on stage in front of people as a character or for a show, but it felt different to be on stage delivering in-depth thoughts of my own about an idea that’s important to me.I’m putting this TED Talk on my podcast because it’s about how the creative process can be affected by the attention-driven model of big tech companies, and how you can feel a difference when you try to pay attention vs. get attention.We’ll be back next week with more episodes of CREATIVE PROCESSING. I hope you enjoy. For more TED Talks, subscribe to the podcast TED Talks Daily, where they post a new idea every day. It’s available anywhere you listen to podcasts. Thanks!
  3. When Casey Neistat was a teenager, the odds were against him; he had dropped out of high school, was washing dishes to pay rent, and was a father by age 17. But he eventually scraped together enough money to buy a camera and an iMac, and began churning out short films that went viral even before YouTube took off. Despite having to start his career over several times – Casey Neistat became a brand name in social media and advertising, and is now one of the biggest names on YouTube, with an audience of nearly 12 million. PLUS in our post-script "How You Built That," Pat Erley explains how struggling with a perpetually stopped-up sink inspired him to design Dripsie, a no-clog sink strainer.
  4. “At the end of the day, I’d rather make stuff period than make stuff how I want to make stuff. And specific to us, I’d rather make stuff together even than stuff alone.” -Evan GoldbergMy guests this week are the comedy duo Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg. You've probably heard of their movies Pineapple Express, This Is The End, Neighbors, Superbad, Sausage Party, and most recently Good Boys. They’ve also ventured into the entrepreneurial space with their own cannabis brand, Houseplant. I’ve known these guys are a while, and have had the pleasure of working with them on 50/50 and The Night Before. Seth and Evan are unique in that they do a vast majority of their creative work as a duo. Because of this, I thought they would make the perfect pair for this week’s question.For this episode, Seth, Evan and I discussed a question from Pretince Martin Southwell from Springfield Illinois. Pretince asked, “Have you had people you didn’t get along with personally turn out to be good to work with professionally, or vice versa?” We talked about the origin story of how Seth and Evan’s working relationship began, how their dynamic changes when they work with or involve other people, how they navigate disagreements, and we even debated the existence of extraterrestrial life.If you have a question about the creative process, that you think would spawn a good conversation on this show, ask me on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter tagged #creativeprocessing, or by emailing New episodes are coming out every Tuesday through October 22, 2019. ABOUT THE GUESTS: Seth Rogen is an actor, writer, producer, director, entrepreneur and philanthropist whose films and TV projects have had an impressive impact on popular culture and box office returns. As an actor, his films have grossed over $930 million worldwide and as a filmmaker, his global box office success exceeds $850 million. Alongside longtime collaborator Evan Goldberg, Rogen produces film and television projects through their production company, Point Grey Pictures. Evan Goldberg is a director, screenwriter and producer. In 2011, Goldberg alongside long time collaborator Seth Rogen, founded Point Grey Pictures (PGP), a production company dedicated to creating multi-genre film and television content anchored in dynamic, authentic and passionate storytelling. Through PGP, Goldberg has produced a diverse slate of films such as 50/50, Neighbors, Good Boys and the Academy Award -nominated The Disaster Artist. In the TV space, Goldberg currently produces Future Man on Hulu, Black Monday on Showtime, Preacher on AMC, and The Boys on Amazon.LINKS FOR EPISODE: Connect with Seth and Evan:Twitter: @SethRogenInstagram: @SethRogenFacebook: Seth RogenReelStart.orgHilarityforCharity.OrgPeople Mentioned:Sammy Fogell (Childhood Friend)Sam Raimi (Director)Stanley Kubrick (Director)Jeremy Irons (Actor)Kevin Smith (Filmmaker)Jim Carrey (Actor)Kyle Hunter (Producer)Ariel Shaffir (Producer)Eric Kripke (Writer)Christopher Miller and Phil Lord (Filmmaking Duo)Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris (Filmmaking Duo)Bonnie and Terry Turner (Producing Duo)Johnathan Levine (Director) Alex McAtee (Producer)Sandy Rogen (Seth’s Mom)Judd Apatow (Filmmaker)Sam Catlin (Writer)Michael Shannon (Actor)Kevin Corrigan (Actor)David Krumholtz (Actor)Paul Sheer (Actor)June Diane Raphael (Actress)Jason Mantzoukas (Actor)Movies Mentioned:Pineapple Express (2008)This Is the End (2013)Neighbors (2014)Superbad (2007)50/50 (2011)The Night Before (2015)Sausage Party (2016)Good Boys (2019)Spaceballs (1987)Reservoir Dogs (1992)Pulp Fiction (1994)Evil Dead (1981)Bad Lieutenant (1992)Lolita (1997)Silent Night, Deadly Night (1984)Swingers (1996)Clerks (1994)Wayne’s World (1992)TV Shows Mentioned:The Larry Sanders Show (1992-1998)Freaks and Geeks (1999-2000)The Boys (2019-)3rd Rock from the Sun (1996-2001)Undeclared (2001-2002)Preacher (2016-)Other Mentions:HouseplantHow Did This Get Made Podcast
  5. “You have to push yourself outside of your comfort zone. You have to allow yourself to fail. Once you get over the fear of failure, then you will start to find where your happiness lies, and if ‘good enough’ is sufficient or not.” - Jessica AlbaThis is the last episode of the season! I've really enjoyed the podcast medium, and I appreciate the audience that this show has gathered, so thank you for listening. The guest this week is Jessica Alba. She’s an incredibly successful actress and entrepreneur. She co-founded The Honest Company, which has not only been extremely successful and lucrative, but also something that’s positive. She’s acted in a number of movies including Honey, Into the Blue, Good Luck Chuck, Fantastic Four, and Sin City (where we first got to know each other). She’s incredibly talented, smart, and just such a cool person. She continues to push herself beyond her limits, which I think is what makes her the perfect guest to answer this week’s question from Rochelle Connery from Anchorage, Alaska. Rochelle asked, “Any hints on how to push myself to achieve more than just ‘good enough?’” Jessica is clearly someone who continues to push boundaries. We had a great conversation about finding equilibrium and balance amongst pressure and stress, getting over the fear of failure, how to battle insecurity, using boundaries to expand your creativity, and how Jessica has used stereotypes and low expectations to drive herself and empower others.  Even though this is the last episode, you can ask a question or continue the conversation on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram using the #creativeprocessing. And, if you’re feeling inspired, check out, where we’re making art about some of the topics we discussed in these episodes. Subscribe for updates on future episodes of CREATIVE PROCESSING. Thanks for listening!ABOUT THE GUEST: Jessica Alba, Founder of The Honest Company, is a globally recognized business leader, entrepreneur, advocate, actress and New York Times bestselling author. The Honest Company® is a mission-driven company dedicated to empowering people to live happy, healthy lives by providing thoughtfully formulated, safe and effective baby, personal care and beauty products. In 2013 Jessica authored the New York Times bestselling book, The Honest Life, a practical guide for parents to create a safe and healthy life for their families. Jessica has appeared on the cover of Forbes’ “Self-Made Women” issue and was among the top twenty of Fast Company’s 100 Most Creative People in Business, one of CNBC’s Next List of Rebels, Leaders and Innovators, and one of Fortune’s 10 Most Powerful Women Entrepreneurs.  SELECTED LINKS:Connect with Jessica:-Instagram: @jessicaalba-Twitter: @jessicalba-Facebook: @JessicaAlbaMovies Mentioned:-Honey (2003)-Into the Blue (2005)-Good Luck Chuck (2007)-Fantastic Four (2005)-Sin City (2005)-Jaws (1975)-Gumby (1995)TV Shows Mentioned:-3rd Rock from the Sun (NBC, 1996-2001)-Fleabag (BBC, 2016-2019)-Saturday Night Live (NBC, 1975- )People Mentioned:-Rian Johnson (Filmmaker)-Cash Warren (Producer)-Tom Hanks (Actor) -John Lithgow (Actor)-Kristen Johnston (Actress)-French Stewart (Actor)-Jane Curtin (Actress)-James Cameron (Filmmaker) -Steven Spielberg (Filmmaker) -Lorne Michaels (Producer) -Jennifer Lopez (Actress/Singer)Philosophies/Theories Mentioned:-80/20 Rule-Wabi Sabi -Myers-Briggs Test (TAKE IT HERE)-Nature v. Nurture (Also mentioned in Ep. 5 Madisen Ward & The Mama Bear and Ep. 6 Liv Boeree)
  6. “There’s times before my mom and I are about to go onstage to play together, and maybe we just argued right before going on. But there’s something about that moment... where I give her a kiss on the cheek and say, ‘Hey, this started with you and me. Let’s go out there and do this.’” -Madisen Ward My guests this week are Madisen and Ruth Ward, who together are known as the mother-and-son folk band Madisen Ward and the Mama Bear. They’ve appeared on the Late Show with David Letterman, NPR’s Tiny Desk Series, and recently released a brand new album called Started With A Family (if you haven’t heard their music yet, I highly suggest you take a listen).  For this episode, Madisen, Ruth and I tackled a question from Paige Elson from Stockton, California. Paige asked, “What are the benefits and setbacks of working creatively with family?” I’ve always been curious to know how family fits into creativity. Where does creativity come from? Do you get it from your parent’s genes or from the upbringing they provided? Madisen and Ruth brought such an interesting perspective to this question. We talked about how Ruth’s career transformed after she became a mom, how writing and performing music is different when collaborating with family members, what role music played in the Ward household, and we topped it all off with a question about a crab’s perspective. If you have a question about the creative process, that you think would spawn a good conversation on this show, ask me on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter tagged #creativeprocessing, or by emailing New episodes are coming out every Tuesday through October 22, 2019. ------ABOUT THE GUESTS: Madisen Ward and the Mama Bear consists of Madisen Ward and Ruth Ward. They are a modern soulful/folk music duo from Independence, Mo. The band's debut album Skeleton Crew, produced by Jim Abbiss, known for his award-winning work with Arctic Monkeys and Adele, captures Madisen Ward and the Mama Bear in their most natural setting. The two tracked most of the tracks live, sitting across from one another in the recording studio. They didn't use a click track. With help from a handful of session musicians, the two Wards captured the sound they'd been making since those coffeeshop days.  ------  SELECTED LINKS FOR EPISODE: Connect with Madisen and Ruth:-Twitter: @MadisenWardMB-Instagram: @MadisenWardMB-Facebook: Madisen Ward and the Mama Bear-YouTube Channel (One For the Record Series)-MadisenWardandtheMamaBear.comMadisen Ward and the Mama Bear Music Mentioned:-Started With A Family (2019)-Skeleton Crew (2015)-"Dead Daffodils"-"Undertaker and Juniper"MadisenMusic Music Mentioned: -“Skip and the Turtle”-“Weep for the King”-“Big Bad Wolfblood” Other Music Mentioned:-Orphans: Brawlers, Bawlers & Bastards by Tom Waits-“Old Man” by Neil Young-“Clown’s Lament”by @Metaphorest on HITRECORD-Pink Moon by Nick DrakePeople Mentioned:-Isiah Whitlock Jr. (Actor and Ruth’s Brother)-Tom Waits (Singer-Songwriter)-Tracy Chapman (Singer-Songwriter)-Mark Knopfler (Singer-Songwriter)-Bob Dylan (Singer-Songwriter)-The Osmonds (Family Music Group)-Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Composer)-The White Stripes (Musical Group)-Wu-Tang Clan (Hip Hop Group) TV Shows Mentioned:-The Wire (2002-2008)-MacGyver (1985-1992)
  7. “When you're an artist, it's not a button you can push on or off. You're always an actor. I sleep as an actor. I wake up as an actor.... I always think about art and creativity, and that's all I want to do.” -Omid Memar This week’s guest is Omid Memar. He’s a fantastic actor who I recently was able to work with for an upcoming movie called 7500 (we actually recorded this episode at the movie’s premiere in Switzerland). Omid’s acting is incredibly honest and real and heartbreaking and human. He also comes from a very culturally-rich background— he’s from an Iranian family, grew up in Austria, moved to Munich, and graduated from a French school. He’s a young guy that’s really just getting started in his career, so I thought he would be perfect to answer this week’s question from Megan Colbert in Springfield, New York.  Megan asked, “How do you balance the inner need to create with the practical need to bring in a paycheck?” Omid and I talk about what it’s like to be up-and-coming in the industry, and how the artistry and creativity in acting is often overshadowed by the idea of ‘celebrity’. We also talk about the influence of cultural identity when selecting roles, the creative impact that music has had on each of us, and we top it all off with a touching conversation about our grandmothers.  If you have a question about the creative process, that you think would spawn a good conversation on this show, ask me on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter tagged #creativeprocessing, or by emailing New episodes are coming out every Tuesday through October 22, 2019. ------  ABOUT THE GUESTS: Omid Memar is a twenty-year old Iranian actor, who grew up in Vienna before moving to Munich with his family in 2008 where Omid graduated in a French school with a dual-degree in German and French. Omid landed his first acting role at 14 in the German film The Famous Five 4, based on the book series by Enid Blyton. Omid also starred in the Austrian TV Mini-Series M - A City Hunts a Murderer, and the short film Invention of Trust where he was honored with Gold in the Student Academy Awards in 2016. Omid stars alongside Joseph Gordon-Levitt in the movie 7500, which will be released on Amazon early next year.  ------   SELECTED LINKS FOR EPISODE: Connect with Omid:- Instagram: @midopersian People Mentioned:- Passar Hariky (Actor)- Patrick Vollrath (Director)- Sebastian Fitz (Omid’s Acting Teacher)Movies Mentions: - The Famous Five 4 (2015)- Angels In The Outfield (1994) Other Mentions: - Locarno Film Festival- Iran-Iraq War (Sep. 22, 1980- Aug. 20, 1988)- Box Studio in Locarno, Switzerland 
  8. Matti Haapoja has become synonymous with YouTube in the camera industry. By using different stories and approaches, Matti shares his knowledge of cinematography and camera gear with the world in a way that has grown his audience to over 850K subscribers. His skillset extends into the world of film where he has produced several projects and continues to work on documentaries to this day. 
  9. What's your passion? Social entrepreneur Noeline Kirabo reflects on her work helping out-of-school young people in Uganda turn their passions into profitable businesses -- and shares the two questions you can ask yourself to begin doing the same.
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  11. Josie Michelle Davis shares what to do when you have no idea what to do. Episode 1570: What To Do (When You Have No Idea What To Do) by Josie Michelle Davis on How To Make Life Decisions Josie Michelle Davis is a full time stylist, a writer, and a lover of rescue mutts. She's a bit of a jack-of-all-trades and she spent years blogging DIYs and outfits. These days she's more focused on helping others learn how to change their mindset to achieve big goals. The original post is located here: Please Rate & Review the Show! Visit Me Online at and in The O.L.D. Facebook Group and Join the Ol' Family to get your Free Gifts! --- Support this podcast:
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  2.  Congrats to Tawnni and Nati for winning the movie. Check your emails!!//To bless those elders in need please leave a review for us (or any podcast) on**To be the first to learn about future giveaways and to improve your podcast listening by making it more social, you can check out our Audiograph at to help the show!?Leave a review on Podchaser or Apple Podcasts(email or DM us a screenshot and we will give you a shoutout on the next show)---Connect on Social MediaTwitter @bingebasementInstagram @thebasementbingeLike of FacebookKade twitter @11Kade7Kelton twitter @klurcher17Harrison Letterboxd +Support the Basement or Venmo @HARRYPerry1 //Best of the Best intro music by Anthony P.Soundcloud | Instagram
  3. 1,000 DOWNLOADS!! WE DID IT! Thank you all for your help! As a thank you here are the details about the giveaway.~~4 simple steps:1. Fill out this short 1-minute survey: Leave us a review on Apple Podcast or Podchaser and take a screenshot of it3. Share The Basement Binge Podcast on social media and take a screenshot4. Send those two screenshots to and please title the email 1k Giveaway (make sure the email you send from matches the one in the survey, or you will be disqualified) ~~~~Subscribe to The Basement Binge for weekly episodes of your favorite movies binged Please drop us your Letterboxd top 10 on Twitter @BingeBasement Doctor Strange on IMDb and Letterboxd---Want to help the show!?Leave a review on Podchaser or Apple Podcasts(email or DM us a screenshot and we will give you a shoutout on the next show)------Connect on Social MediaTwitter @bingebasementInstagram @thebasementbingeLike of FacebookKade twitter @11Kade7Kelton twitter @klurcher17Harrison Letterboxd  Support the Basement or Venmo @HARRYPerry1 Best of the Best intro music by Anthony P.Soundcloud | Instagram
  4. Tron: Legacy! Harrison has been looking forward to this with great excitement. A film that he watches once a year, it had to happen sooner or later. Perks of watching a film so much, there ends up being a lot to enjoy and talk about. Tron: Legacy is a sci-fi action drama that has a lot to say about humanity. We talked about it all. The style, the unbeatable score by Daft Punk, the fun acting, the great actions scene, the AMAZING visual effects. This film is a lot of fun to enjoy with friends. Download the episode and enjoy with us!As always we fell in to some great conversations about our own human existence and the imperfection it carries. May sound a little corny but hear us out.  Help Harrison have a better night by not seeing 0% | Back the KickstarterLeave a review on Apple Podcast or Podchaser (tell us how to improve) Follow our rants on social media. Tweet at us letting us know what you think of the movie.Instagram @thebasementbingeTwitter @bingebasementKade @11Kade7Kelton @klurcher17Like on Facebook Email us:  Great music by the Legendary Anthony P.Soundcloud | Instagram
  5. Taking a break from our MCU marathon we watched one of Harrison's personal favorites, Alita: Battle Angel. This was a "First Watch" for both Kade and Kelton. What a fun movie to enjoy with your friends. Huge congratulations to both James Cameron and Robert Rodriguez, making a successful live-action anime adaptation. Thank you to the incredible Alita Fanbase #AlitaArmy that was so much fun to discuss and get involved with. You guys are great. Alita sequel change.orgAs always we discuss "Binge Points", favorites and least favorites and find deeper meaning in our favorite section "Fall In." *Harrison mentioned a discord and Kickstarter* those are still in the works so keep your eyes out for the links next episode.  Follow us:Twitter: @bingebasementInstagram: @thebasementbingeLike of Facebook Music provided by the wonderful Anthony P.Soundcloud | Instagram
  6. Intro music by Anthony P. SoundCloud | InstagramTrack: With MeThe MCU binge continues! This might be our finest work yet with Thor the God of Thunder!!! Kelton may not have been jazzed to watch this movie but we had a great conversation anyway. Thank you so much to everyone who has subscribed and downloaded our episodes we appreciate you so much! We have a goal to reach 1K downloads by the end of 2019 and we need your help! Share this podcast with your friends, even if they don't like Thor (Kelton) because there is something in there for all of us even if it is just "a horse"!Thor had us laughing a bunch but also finding deep meanings that caused us to reflect on how we live our own lives. What do you think? What was the poison you picked? Comment and let us know. Subscribe for all the MCU discussions coming soon and even more movies you love! Follow us!Twitter: @bingebasementInstagram: @thebasementbingeLike on Facebook 
  7. After decades in the movie business, Brad Pitt finally gets the honor of being blasted into space. But does 'Ad Astra' go too far into the wormhole, or does it find a fun balance of drama and sci-fi? Kent and Brian dive in for this week's Movie of the Week. Want more MAM? Become a VIP @
  8. Welcome to the first episode of year two and the final episode of my ten-episode animation season.Gosh, Treasure Planet is stunning. Every detail of its aesthetic is glorious to behold, and the fact that its directors Ron Clements and John Musker were so determined to get it made is truly an outstanding achievement.From its illustrious pedigree, to the 70/30 rule, to the use of Deep Canvas, this is a technical marvel of an animated movie that just seems to have been largely forgotten, but it doesn't deserve to be.While there are issues, it really does stand up as one of the most beautiful Disney movies I've ever seen. And it's quite like Titan A.E. In more ways than one.I would love to hear your thoughts on Treasure Planet! You can get in touch onTwitter @verbaldioramaInstagram @verbaldioramaFacebook @verbaldioramaYouTube @verbaldioramaLetterboxd @verbaldioramaor you can email me general hellos, feedback or suggestions:verbaldiorama [at] gmail [dot] comThank you to patrons Simon E, Sade, Jardiel, Claudia, Simon B, Laurel and Derek for supporting Verbal Diorama! To support the show on Patreon from just $2 a month, have a look over at and choose your Keanu - you can now get the majority of episodes early too!You can rate or review the show in iTunes or at Apple Podcasts and I'd very much appreciate that!My website is at https://verbaldiorama.comThanks to the following for their contributions to this episode:Twitter peeps@TheMidnightMyth@hanszargowInstagram pals@mobisze@whythisfilmpodcast@tmi_podcast2018Facebook chumsErik CarlsonAndy DeSistoTheme Music: Verbal Diorama Theme SongMusic by Chloe Enticott - Compositions by Chloe FacebookLyrics by Chloe Enticott (and me!)Production by Ellis Powell-Bevan of Ewenique Studios. See for privacy and opt-out information.
  9. SURPRISE!This is not episode 2.Well it is, but it also isn't, because episode 2 is about [redacted] and this is about Captain Marvel.I did a little minisode on Captain Marvel and how I felt about it after seeing it. The "real" episode 2 will be out shortly, but in the meantime have a listen to why I loved Captain Marvel so much.Let me know your thoughts on Captain Marvel too:Twitter @verbaldioramaInstagram @verbaldioramaFacebook @verbaldioramaLetterboxd @verbaldioramaThanks for listening and keep your ears open for the actual episode 2, coming soon! See for privacy and opt-out information.
  10. The most commercially successful producer in Hollywood history — the chief creative officer of Marvel Studios, who was the architect of its unprecedented 11-year series of 22 intertwining superhero films — shares his own origin story and that of his operation, how he felt ending an era with April's giant blockbuster and what he makes of Martin Scorsese's recent comments.Credits: Hosted by Scott Feinberg and produced by Matthew Whitehurst and Joshua Farnham.
  11. One of the year's biggest technical marvels, is the year's biggest film made by Marvel. "Avengers: Endgame" is the highest grossing film of all time and a culmination not just for the Marvel Cinematic Universe but also for everyone behind the scenes who have worked tirelessly to bring this chapter to its stunning conclusion. Two people heavily involved with the making of the film were kind enough to lend their time to talk about their involvement in "Avengers: Endgame." First up we have Daniel Howat interviewing composer Alan Silvestri, followed by Will Mavity's interview with Visual Effects Supervisor Dan DeLeeuw. Tune in to hear from both of them what their experience was like making the year's biggest film, the lasting impact of their work on the MCU and more! Check out more on Please subscribe on... SoundCloud - iTunes Podcasts - Spotify - And be sure to help support us on Patreon for as little as $1 a month at
  12. Cars that are going very fast have been cinema staples for decades. In the Oscar best picture nominee Ford v Ferrari, we find out a little about what it can take to make them go that fast. Starring Matt Damon and Christian Bale, the film indeed tells the tale of an epic battle of Ford versus Ferrari in the 24 Hours of Le Mans race in 1966.
  13. The LFTS team discusses why Children of Men is the perfect marriage of technique and subject matter, the layered iconography of the film, and how the exposition and world building are delivered effortlessly from the very first scene. Sponsor Start your 2 month free trial of Skillshare by going to Temi Coker's class: "Digital Poster Design: Combining Images & Type for Powerful Visual" Show Notes LFTS video on Children of Men: Beyond the Screenplay Patreon: LFTS Merch: Find us on Twitter Beyond the Screenplay: Michael Tucker: Tricia Aurand: Brian Bitner: Alex Calleros: Produced by Vince Major: Edited by Eric Schneider: Website: For Inquiries and Booking: --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast.
  14. Welcome to Episode 68 of Nerd On! The Podcast – Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse So, here’s the story, you get bit by a radioactive spider. Wait, you know this one? Well here’s six versions you may not be that familiar with! Today the Nerds enter the multiverse with Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse. With the minds that brought us The Lego Movie, this star-studded cast brings Brian Michael Bendis’ Miles Morales to life! Find out who our favorite Spider-Man is in this universe and who now reigns supreme as the best Spider-Man movie on this episode of Nerd On! Be sure to subscribe and follow the show for all future posts… Twitter – @nerdontv Facebook – @nerdontv Instagram – @nerdontv and on iTunes and YouTube Become a Patron on Patreon today. Donate to the show HERE via PayPal. Every little bit helps. Learn more about Nerd On! HERE
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  2. Isaac Morehouse shares his thoughts on rules of ascendancy. Episode 1533: Rules of Ascendancy: Learn to the Task, Not the Test by Isaac Morehouse on How To Pursue Meaningful Challenges Isaac Morehouse is the founder and CEO of Praxis, an awesome startup apprenticeship program making degrees irrelevant for careers. He is dedicated to the relentless pursuit of freedom. He's written some books, done some podcasting, and is always experimenting with self-directed living and learning. When he's not with his wife and kids or building his company, he can be found smoking cigars, playing guitars, singing, reading, writing, getting angry watching sports teams from his home state of Michigan, or enjoying the beach. The original post is located here: Please Rate & Review the Show! Visit Me Online at and in The O.L.D. Facebook Group and Join the Ol' Family to get your Free Gifts! --- Support this podcast:
  3. Avi Itzkovitch with NirAndFar shares the real reason you're addicted to your phone. Episode 1546: The Real Reason You're Addicted to Your Phone by Avi Itzkovitch with NirAndFar on Mobile Device Addiction Nir Eyal writes, consults, and teaches about the intersection of psychology, technology, and business. The M.I.T. Technology Review dubbed Nir, “The Prophet of Habit-Forming Technology.” Nir founded two tech companies since 2003 and has taught at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford. He is the author of the bestselling book, Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products. In addition to blogging at, Nir’s writing has been featured in The Harvard Business Review, TechCrunch, and Psychology Today. Nir is also an active investor in habit-forming technologies. Some of his past investments include: Eventbrite, Product Hunt, Pantry, Marco Polo, Presence Learning, 7 Cups, Pana, Symphony Commerce, Worklife (acquired by Cisco) and (acquired by LinkedIn). Nir attended The Stanford Graduate School of Business and Emory University. The original post is located here: Please Rate & Review the Show! Visit Me Online at and in The O.L.D. Facebook Group and Join the Ol' Family to get your Free Gifts! Experience the great-tasting, heart-healthy boost of NEW Super Grapes Soft Chews. Get your Super Grapes Soft Chews at and get a free 30-day supply with your first purchase. --- Support this podcast:
  4. Marc Chernoff of Marc and Angel Hack Life shares 7 mantras for letting go of how life "should" be. Episode 1545: 7 Mantras for Letting Go of How Life "Should" Be by Marc Chernoff of Marc And Angel on How To Be More Present Marc and Angel Chernoff are New York Times bestselling authors, professional coaches, full-time students of life, admirers of the human spirit, and have been recognized by Forbes as having "one of the most popular personal development blogs." Through their blog, book, course and coaching, they've spent the past decade writing about and teaching proven strategies for finding lasting happiness, success, love and peace. Marc and Angel's New York Times bestselling book, Getting Back to Happy: Change Your Thoughts, Change Your Reality, and Turn Your Trials into Triumphs, is a guide to spark sustainable action - and to return to whenever needed. It's available online at and on Amazon. The original post is located here: Please Rate & Review the Show! Visit Me Online at and in The O.L.D. Facebook Group and Join the Ol' Family to get your Free Gifts! Ollie is offering our listeners 50% off your first box plus a FREE bag of treats at --- Support this podcast:
  5. An Excerpt from the book Project 333 by Courtney Carver. Episode 1544: An Excerpt from Project 333 by Courtney Carver - The Emotion Chapter - Minimalism with Clothing & Dressing with Less Courtney Carver was stopped in her tracks with a scary MS diagnosis after decades of debt, discontent, and trying to do it all. She had to slow down, prioritize her health, and figure out what was really important in her life. She discovered what mattered most by getting rid of everything that didn’t matter at all. In the end it all came down to love and health. She went from a busy, overwhelmed advertising director to spending 2-3 hours every morning taking care of herself, loving her work, and being present and engaged with the people she loves. Her family changed, too. They moved from wanting bigger closets, nicer furniture, and more stuff to downsizing into a 750 sq. ft apartment with no storage. Courtney has written books, courses, and hundreds of articles to help you simplify your life and work so you can focus on what really matters. More information is located here: Please Rate & Review the Show! Visit Me Online at and in The O.L.D. Facebook Group and Join the Ol' Family to get your Free Gifts! Gusto is making payroll, benefits, and HR easy for small businesses. Get 3 months free once you run your first payroll with our link: --- Support this podcast:
  6. Seth Sinclair with shares how adults learn. Episode 1553: From Ignorance to Mastery: How Adults Learn by Seth Sinclair with on Personal Growth Pursuit Michael Mehlberg is an entrepreneur and certified agile project manager who specializes in productivity and organization systems. His blog, Modern da Vinci has been called "The Owners Manual to an Awesome Life" and helps high-achieving entrepreneurs master their life and business - crushing their goals, living their passion, and finding purpose, balance, and excellence in all they do. The original post is located here: Please Rate & Review the Show! Visit Me Online at and in The O.L.D. Facebook Group and Join the Ol' Family to get your Free Gifts! Explore your creativity at and get 2 free months of Premium Membership. --- Support this podcast:
  7. Paula Pant of Afford Anything shares why sheer willpower won't work if you want to change your habits. Episode 1561: Sheer Willpower Won't Work. If You Want to Change Your Habits, Try This Instead. by Paula Pant of Afford Anything Paula Pant is the founder of the award-winning website and a writer and speaker specializing in money, business, and real estate investing. She is a real estate investor, as the owner of seven rental property units in metropolitan Atlanta. She holds a real estate license in Georgia. She's also the host of the Afford Anything podcast. The original post is located here: Please Rate & Review the Show! Visit Me Online at and in The O.L.D. Facebook Group and Join the Ol' Family to get your Free Gifts! --- Support this podcast:
  8. Benjamin Hardy shares why willpower doesn't work and how to actually change your life. Episode 1567: Willpower Doesn't Work. Here's How to Actually Change Your Life by Benjamin Hardy Benjamin Hardy has been the top writer on since late 2015. He focuses on self-improvement, motivation, and entrepreneurship. His writing is fueled by his personal experiences, self-directed education, and formal education. His research focuses on the psychological differences of "wantrepreneurs" and actual entrepreneurs. He lives in Clemson, South Carolina with his wife and they are the foster parents of 3 children. The original post is located here: Please Rate & Review the Show! Visit Me Online at and in The O.L.D. Facebook Group and Join the Ol' Family to get your Free Gifts! --- Support this podcast:
  9. Cal Newport of the Study Hacks blog shares his thoughts on freestyle productivity. Episode 1582: Freestyle Productivity: Balancing Systems and Simplicity When Organizing Your Life by Cal Newport Cal Newport is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at Georgetown University, who specializes in the theory of distributed algorithms. He previously earned his Ph.D. from MIT in 2009 and graduated from Dartmouth College in 2004. In addition to studying the theoretical foundations of our digital age as a professor, Newport also writes about the impact of these technologies on the world of work. His most recent book, Deep Work, argues that focus is the new I.Q. in the knowledge economy, and that individuals who cultivate their ability to concentrate without distraction will thrive. The original post is located here: Please Rate & Review the Show! Visit Me Online at and in The O.L.D. Facebook Group and Join the Ol' Family to get your Free Gifts! Lamps Plus is offering up to 50% off hundreds of lights, furniture and décor from NOW until April 13th. Start saving right now at --- Support this podcast:
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  2. Neil deGrasse Tyson sits down with actor Jeff Goldblum to explore his iconic roles in Jurassic Park, Independence Day, and his fervent scientific curiosity. Featuring paleomammalogist Ross MacPhee, economist Raphaële Chappe, NASA’s Kelly Fast, Ph.D., Bill Nye the Science Guy, and co-host Chuck Nice.NOTE: StarTalk All-Access subscribers can listen to this entire episode commercial-free here: Credit: Kris Denton
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