100 Lessons from Billionaires, Entrepreneurs, Investors, Authors, Philosophers… (and 2 years of podcasting)

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In the last 2 years, my podcast “25 Minuter” with Mikael Sydinglessons ludvig sunström has got +280 reviews and +2M downloads.

This article will explain all my personal insights from doing the podcast, and the +100 lessons I learned from the 20 high-profile guests we’ve interviewed.

No fluff, just the good stuff.

Be sure to take notes, I may well cut this article in half.

Below: My personal lessons from podcasting for +2 years

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  1. This has something for everyone. My advice is: Skim it over fast (5 min) then read the powerful stuff.

How I Doubled My Creative Output for Less Than $30

The most important thing I’ve done for improving my life was creating my commonplace system.

Second to that, learning about the concept of Biological Prime Time (BPT) and structuring my days to do the most important work in those 3-4 hours.

Now, for this simple advice I’m about to share with you, it doesn’t rank as high, but it requires little effort and only a small cost.

Still, it might be the biggest life improvement I’ve made in the past 6 months.

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My Top Lessons from 2016

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Current Inspirations:

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First Ever English Episode of 25 Minuter: Interview with the Multi-Talented Edmund Lowman

25 min google+I’ve been asked by lots of SGM readers (and other English speaking people) about 25 Minuter, the podcast I do together with Mikael Syding.

Unfortunately, all of our episodes are in Swedish. Until just now. . .

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Pounce on Opportunity & Sacrifice for Success (U.S Travels + Vlog w/ Kyle Eschenroeder of StartupBros)

Mariott Idyllic view again -- StartupBros Import EmpireIt was my 5th day of the StartupBros Import Empire event and I was staying at the Marriott [as pictured above].

The Ritz-Carlton–where we stayed for the first 4 days–is better. It costs $350/night, for normal folks. . .
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Success is Hard: 7 Evolutionary Mismatches You Must Overcome

evolutionary mismatch - blakeThe other day I was at an alumni event from my university. It was really good, and I met some interesting, accomplished people.

–All of them twice my age or more.

There were maybe 80 people at the event, and I was the youngest one in attendance. I benefited greatly from this contrast.

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Enter the Gauntlet

Ienter the gauntletn medieval Japan there was something called Musha shugyĹŤ: a samurai’s path to mastery.

Here’s how it used to work. . .

A young man, wanting to become a samurai, embarked on a journey–like a religious pilgrimage, a rite of passage–in order to test his mettle, learn strategy, challenge other warriors in duels, and build his skill set.

The purpose of Musha shugyĹŤ was to harden the young man; to hone his abilities until heContinue Reading…

The Intelligent Man’s Guide to: Consumerism (Part 4: The Confused Consumer)

The Intelligent Man's Guide to: Consumerism (Part 4: The Confused Consumer)Once upon a time, James Bond was a genuine badass.

Now, James Bond is only a symbol of manliness for the confused consumer, who doesn’t have any better role models in his life.Continue Reading…