We once promised an episode on life skills, and here it is. These ten skills will give you the foundation you need to tackle almost anything. Timestamps: - Starting and keeping a conversation going - Bringing friends into conversations and events - Showing some interest on the new people you wanna talk with - Getting better at problem solving - Learning from your mistakes - Differentiating and dealing with constructive and poor criticism - Being able to respect and listen to what others have to say - Paying attention to body language and avoiding distractions - Learning how to cook and creating a good cooking environment - Acquiring DIY Do It Yourself skills - Learning new skills by practicing consistently and taking on challenges - The 4 steps of "The First 20 Hours" - Promoting yourself and your interests the right way - Thinking progressively about your future - Being a better romantic partner - Conclusion If you enjoyed this episode, subscribe to the podcast on iTunes!
Money may be the root of all evil, but it's certainly much easier to do good if you've got it. We talk a bit about budgeting and how we handle our finances. Money Mustache Want more cool stuff? Timestamps: — Some info about the tea — Defining your financial goals and retiring like Mr. You've got questions, and we've got answers: in this 5 questions episode, we talk about early networking, cold showers, morning routines, and more.
If you enjoyed this episode, subscribe to the podcast on iTunes! The new semester is upon us! We talk about a few ways to get ready and start things off on the right foot. When the internet makes us painfully aware of every opportunity we have, it's easy to be overwhelmed. We talk about how to do less, but better. Friends, fun, networking, resumes: what can't be improved by the right club or side-project? We talk about extracurriculars and how to choose them. You can find all sorts of great tools at my Resour ces page.
We talk a lot about nonfiction, but is that all we read? We go over why fiction's worth taking seriously, along with a few of our favorite books. The secret to investing is: start now. We go over different kinds of investments and how to get started sooner. Banish your procrastination habits, one variable at a time. Here are our thoughts on "The Procrastination Equation" and how to apply it to your own life. Quiz - Which motivation variables affect you most? In this episode, we talk about the delicate art of balancing your classwork with a job. In this episode, we talk about what it takes to enter the entrepreneurial world of freelancing.
In this episode, we talk about the decision-making involved in changing your major. You can fi nd all sorts of great tools at my Resources page. In this episode, we talk about a few ways to get better results from your foreign language class. In this 5 questions episode, we talk about networking events, collaborative work, meditation, audiobooks, and morning routines. You can find all sorts of g reat tools at my Resources page. In this episode, Mayer Adelberg talks about what it took to organize and start his own web series, Synesthesia, while still in high school.
In this episode, we talk about how to start and stick to an exercise routine. In this episode, we talk about how to build good relationships with your professors. In this episode, we talk about several strategies and programs available to help you pay off or cancel your student loan debt. In this episode, we talk about how we've been planning our move to a new city. Full show notes Things mentioned in this episode: Animals that have demonstrated mirror self-recognition Lifestyle Business vs.
In this episode, we talk about juggling too much at once, having a good sleep routine without sacrificing your social life, and living with roommates. In this episode, we talk about making the most of your walk between classes, preparing for exams early, and taking good notes from books. In this episode, we talk about the importance of extracurricular activities, note-taking systems, and how to choose a career. In this episode, we talk about caffeine, the Feynman technique, and how much buffer time to schedule between tasks.
In this episode, we talk about keeping up with people as an introvert, how much you need to know to start a blog, and what types of music we use to focus. In this episode, we talk about competing with friends, promoting yourself without bragging, and becoming a better speaker. In this episode, we talk about unpaid internships, what to do if you can't afford to take one, and thank you letters.
Episode wh ere we talk about love letter sites Episode where we talk about scheduling Here's 5 things you should know about unpaid internships! In this episode, we talk about how to prepare for a phone interview, when to start thinking about jobs, and how to know if you've been productive. You can find all sorts of great tools at my Resourc es page. In this episode, we talk about where to live after graduation, how many classes to take in a day, and how to earn a few more stripes for your resume.
In this episode, we answer 5 questions on starting your own business. In this episode, we talk about using Twitter professionally, paying attention to lectures, and managing online accounts. In this episode, we talk about emailing professors, asking for letters of recommendation, and keeping track of what you study. In this episode, we talk about staying productive when sick, keeping up with your schedule, and remembering things from previous classes. In this episode, we talk about the importance of reading, the art of the introduction, and how to manage your productivity systems on the road.
In this episode, we talk about when to build a personal website, how to find time to be creative in college, and entrepreneurship. In this episode, we talk about which types of jobs to go for in college, how to read more outside of class, and how to think quickly on your feet. If you're tired of stumbling over your words and you want to be a more articulate speaker, there's ONE thing you need to realize In this episode, we talk about becoming more flexible in the job market, dealing with frustration, and building a better vocabulary.
In this episode, we talk about fighting the robot within, managing email, and how we plan out our days. In this episode, we talk about how to start your own YouTube channel. In this episode we talk about what it takes to create and launch your own podcast. Secretary of Education Arne D uncan Ep. Karen Christian from O-Chem Study Group talks about how to improve your study tactics for math and science classes. Jenny Blake talks about the art of the pivot, travel pilots, and her new book. Meeting someone for the first time can be an extremely nerve-wracking experience.
Here are 7 tips to help you stay calm, cool, and confident. This narration introduces the idea of learning techniques, and why they're more useful and scientifically valid than the traditional idea of learning styles. Author Tam Pham talks about what it takes to get the internship you've always wanted. Antonio Centeno talks about how dressing better can be the catalyst for improving your confidence, presentation, and performance.
In this episode, we talk about whether you should read nonfiction, which sites you can trust when doing research, and how to bounce back after losing focus. Don't let your college major hold you back. The idea that your college major must determine the rest of your career path is a big fat myth. Stephen Warley talks about his career path, entrepreneurship, and the benefits of self-awareness.
Full show notes Things mentioned in this episode: Want to learn about yourself? Sign up here to get 12 weeks of self-assessment challenges. Stephen Warley on Twitter Want more cool stuff? In this episode, we talk about the benefits, challenges, and logistics of starting your own blog.
Full show notes Things mentioned in this episode: Chankonabe WordPress. Michael Breus talks about chronotypes and how to use them to our advantage for better sleep, productivity, and happiness. Michael Breus on Facebook Dr. Michael Breus on Twitter Dr. Michael Breus on Instagram Dr. Michael Breus on LinkedIn Want more cool stuff? In this 5 questions episode, we talk about whether your friends are ruining your productivity, how to manage savings goals, and how to choose a direction for your personal brand. In this episode, we talk about the strategies we use to keep up with our habits, goals, and routines.
In this episode, we talk about the productivity systems we use to stay organized and on track. Yo u can find all sorts of great tools at my Resources page. In this episode, we talk about how to take advantage of the good stress in our lives along with how to crush, kill, and destroy the bad stress. The association with health and mortality. Do You Have Email Apnea? Creativity is an an essential skill for excelling in school and beyond.
Today's post will show how you can apply creative approaches to your studies. On this 5 questions episode, we talk about the most valuable life skills, what to look for when registering for classes, and switching majors. Author Neil Pasricha talks about what it takes to live a happy life.
We talk about how to stand out from your peers and find success, even with a less-than-ideal GPA. We talk about how to turn around a less-than-stellar semester and keep your GPA where it belongs. It's easy to measure your value as a person by your accomplishments. But thinking this way is unhealthy. This post will help you overcome this attitude.
Entrepreneur Dale Schotte talks about his experiences turning a lone coffee shop into a six building operation in St. Louis, Missouri. In this episode, Brandon T. Adams talks about his experience with entrepreneurship as a college student, setting up a giant convention with huge speakers, and crowdfunding. On this 5 questions episode, we go over how to spend a break productively, how to avoid multitasking, and how to deal with intimidating professors.
Writing a college admissions essay can seem like an impossible task. But it doesn't have to be. Today's post will show you exactly what you should do. If you feel like everyone "gets" how to navigate college EXCEPT you, this episode will put those fears to rest with practical tips on being college-ready. When your energy and attention ebb and flow throughout the day, not every minute is created equal - and if you try to spend all of them working, you'll burn out.
That's why taking breaks is essential; doing so will boost your productivity and health. This episode goes over all the details, as well as how to make it cheaper. Perkins vs. Looks like it got bought by Chegg, and is no more. Choosing a college and getting accepted can be complicated. We go through the whole process step by step, and provide tips based on our experience. Today's episode is a conversation with my friend Simon Clark - we cover what student life is like at Oxford University, the workload of a PhD student, and more.
We didn't know how to title this episode. Despite the dumb title I went with, this episode actually happens to be an analysis of "The Art of Loving", a book by the philosopher Erich Fromm which argues that love is an art, requiring active practice. If you want to become a programmer or developer, or just learn how to code, this episode will get you started and point you to lots of learning resources.
In this episode, Dr. John Ratey Discuss this episode in the community Dr. Finals are coming up in a few weeks, so we basically just wanted to dump as many tips for acing them on you as possible. This episode goes over study schedules, effective review, test anxiety, catching up on homework near finals, and more.
It's easy to let your nutrition go on autopilot when you're in college, but look man - food is important. In this episode, we'll dig into how to eat a healthier diet. We'll also discuss strategies for making meals quickly and saving money on groceries. Michael Martin author of Mr. Fahrenheit and The End Games guides me through the process of becoming an author - dealing with publishers, editors, etc. Full show notes Things mentioned in this episode: Mr. My friend Ransom is currently studying abroad in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and today he's going to give you all the details you need about embarking on your own study abroard adventure.
Also, I'm insanely jealous that he's part of a caving club. Episode ! Today, I'm talking with Cal Newport once again, this time about how to build your ability to do "deep work" - work that's focused, cognitively challenging, and free of distractions. Many students and people suffer from learned helplessness - an ingrained mindset that prevents them from solving problems themselves. In this episode, we'll talk about the science behind it, how it affects your optimism, and how to cure yourself of it.
Full show notes Things mentioned in this episode: Learned Helplessness at Wikipedia My tale from tech support Dog study The chimp study This is why I fact-check! Ever wondered how freelance writers get accepted to write for huge sites - and get paid for it? Today I'm talking with Aja Frost, who has done exactly that - as a student and paid off all her loans in the process. Martin and I talk about some of the books that have shaped our beliefs and the directions of our lives.
So you want to quit your job: maybe you've got a business idea, maybe you want to freelance, or maybe you just hate it and don't really have a plan. How do you go about it? How much do you need in savings? Today's episode is all about that. Hoping to go to med school and become a doctor?
This episode is ALL about that process.
Let's dig deep into the science of reading. On this episode, I'm talking with Liz Schotter - a postgraduate student in psychology, and one of the most active researchers in the area of eye-tracking and speed reading today. Steve Kamb from Nerd Fitness talks with me about setting goals, building systems that keep you accountable to your goals, and essentially transforming your life into a video game. My friend Chris Bailey from A Life of Productivity is back on the show to talk more about productivity with me.
In this episode, I talk with Heath Padgett - a guy who decided to buy an RV with his wife just a couple years after college and work an hourly job in all 50 U. Full show notes Things mentioned in this episode: Heath's website RV vs. I don't like the term "mastermind group", so I'm choosing to use Jedi Council instead. Whatever you like to call them, Jedi Councils are really beneficial. Today's episode goes over the story of how each of my councils was formed.
Should you study with music or not? I get this question a lot, so today I'm talking with some of the most qualified people possible - the founders of Brain. Full show notes Things mentioned in this episode: Try out Brain. This episode is about taking time to hit the reset button on your productivity and time management systems - and even on your brain. I did this recently, and the result were immediate. Let's talk about that.
I love this episode, but I sure as heck don't know how to market it. You ca n find all sorts of great tools at my Resources page. How do you design and deliver presentations that don't make your audience break out those weird neck pillow things? What's more important, getting good grades or getting a "well-rounded education"? Is there really a difference? How much should you focus on your coursework in college? In this episode, my friend Tom Miller and I discuss these questions. Getting rejected is part of life, and so it learning to deal with it.
Today I'll share some experiences I've had with rejection, why they happened, and what I learned from them. Full show notes Things mentioned in this episode: Episode 11 - How I built College Info Geek 5 Stellar Time Management Tips - the first article I ever wrote Last episode, which discusses the "healthy amount of narcissism" Better job interviews through storytelling 97 tips for becoming a better job candidate Negativit y bias Availability heuristic Want more cool stuff?
I'm with my friend Zach Sexton once again, this time to talk about morning routines. Zach goes through his with his girlfriend, while I'm a lone wolf with mine. Today we'll talk about each of our routines, sticking to them, and common pitfalls. Con opinion I don't know much abou t them, but my general opinion is to cover all the crucial health bases - diet, exercise, sleep - before thinking about supplements Headspace Habitica My Twitter-based wake-up system My cruiser skateboard Casey Neistat The "What the Hell" Effect Sleepyti.
Humans intrinsically love stories, and you can use that to your advantage to stand out in job interviews and on your resume. Here's how. How I automated 8 hours of work and watched Netflix all day How to build a personal website My personal website the version I used in college Should you always send a co ver letter? Alan Becker is the creator of the wildly popular Animator vs. Animation series and an all-around cool guy.
In this episode I talk with him about how he became an animator. If you want to get a better grade on your next test or quiz, you should write a number between 1 and 5 beside each question. This episode will explain why. Full show notes Things mentioned in this episode: Justin's article explaining his research on changing answers and confidence tracking My video on changing test answers Endowment bias Thinking, Fast and Slow Monty Hall Problem Want more cool stuff?
This episode is a replay of a live YouTube hangout I did a couple weeks ago with my friends Simon and Jamie. Both of them are Oxford Univerisity graduates from the U. Questions have piled up in my inbox and now I'm answering some of them. Today we'll talk about how I reach out to podcast guests, how to study physics and statistics, methods of relaxing between study sessions, and more.
Secretary of Education Arne Duncan Want more cool stuff? In which I try very hard to convince myself I'm professional enough to do this. Arne Duncan is the U. Secretary of Education; in this episode, we talk about selecting a college, paying off student debt, and his goals for education across the nation. Full show notes Things mentioned in this episode: U. Is speed reading legit? Can you actually learn to read at words per minute - or even faster? On this episode, I'll present a lot of the science behind how reading works, and my friend Zach will counter with some of the techniques he's learned about.
While I'm pretty happy with how my college experience went, there are some things I wish I did - or did better. Here are eight of them. Finding mentors who can give you advice and encouragement is essential for achieving your career goals. Here's how two students helped hundreds of students at their school find mentors of their own. How do professors get their jobs? In this episode, Karen Kelsky, author of "The Professor Is In", shares both how to get into a great grad program and how to become a tenured professor. This is Part 2 of my series on buying a car.
Learn how to negotiate price, whether or not warranties are worth it, how you should conduct a test drive, and more. Buying a car can seem like a minefield. What model do you get? What's reliable, and what's gonna fall apart? How do you keep the salesman from fleecing you? In these episodes, Todd and Paul from Everyday Driver school me on all these questions. Even if you fail at first, you can turn it around.
In this episode of the podcast, I talk with Clarissa Rodriguez about how she learned new study habits and organizational techniques, which helped her turn her entire college career around. Lining your pockets with some extra cash while you're in college isn't as difficult as you might think.
In this episode, we'll look at how to find a part-time job on or off campus, the hierarchy of "job desirability", and how to balance your schedule. Credit cards are stupidly confusing, and your credit score If you're unsure about how you should use credit cards, this Listen Money Matters crossover episode will help you. Full show notes Things mentioned in this episode: Listen Money Matters Here are the original show notes for this episode Want more cool stuff? Plus, I've got 7 tips from my experience getting hired that you can use to increase your own chances of getting a great internship or job.
Thoughts on how habits deaden the pleasure of certain experiences. When you notice this happening, should you change your habits? Building habits is not an exact science. As Gretchen Rubin reveals in her new book, people with different personalities should go about building new habits in different ways. How should you build yours? I went to Japan twice - both in and For both trips, I used numerous resources and travel hacks to save lots of money; in this episode, I'll show you them! Today we're wrapping up my video-creation process with an overview of how I edit and publish each video.
Want to know my process for making videos? In this episode, I'll go through the first part - starting with research and ending with filming. Want to become a more productive person? Chris Bailey has spent over two years immersed in mountains of research on habit-building, mindfulness, and other techniques for helping you do just that. He's got a pretty sweet beard too. Need a way to force yourself to build or break a habit?
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In this episode, I chat with the founders of Beeminder - an app that makes you pledge real money towards your goals. We're pressured to have opinions on everything - but how do you know what your opinion actually represents? In this episode, we'll scratch the surface of rational thinking with an analysis of heuristics.
This episode may challenge you. Habits are easier to build when you use video game elements to increase your motivation! A deep, meandering conversation about the meaning of life, happiness, deciding when to quit or push ahead, and other topics with my friend Adam. I don't know how to title this one without it sounding overly cheesy, but I definitely think you should give it a listen.
There's a lot of good stuff here. Katie Dwyer, the founder of My College Advice, talks about her experiences studying abroad and earning two free masters degrees through her volunteer experiences. You can find all so rts of great tools at my Resources page. Learn how to stand out in salary negotiation with Jim Hopkinson of SalaryTutor. SalaryTutor on Twitter!
Jim's Salary. Matthew Turner shares his story on his latest project, Successful Mistakes. Buck the fear of failure and learn from your mistakes! Pre-order the book here! Jay Cross of DIYDegree explains how to earn your degree faster and smarter sharing his testing out strategies in this week's episode. When you read a book, how much do you retain?
How much do you actually apply? Shane Parrish, the founder of the excellent blog Farnam Street, will teach you how to improve the way you read books. How do you effectively budget your money as a student? This guide goes over how I did it, how I automate as much of it as I can, and how you can apply what I learned. As an introvert, it can be hard to meet new people, make small talk, and eventually become friends with people. However, it IS possible to work through introversion by challenging yourself - something my friend Tyler Tervooren is very good at.
Full show notes Things mentioned in this episode: Riskology. Does going to a community college mean you have fewer opportunities? Isa Adney says no, and my interview with her will show you how to make the best of any college situation. Andrew Fiebert and I talk about the process of writing books. Also, I've launched my book on earning awesome grades! You can get it for free You can f ind all sorts of great tools at my Resources page.
Stefano Ganddini is the creator of Collegetopia and is also a senior at the University of Southern California. Full show notes Things mentioned in this episode: Connect with Stefano on Twitter! Follow Collegetopia on Twitter! Connect with Joel Runyon, the man who makes the impossible, possible. Impossible HQ Check out the Project! It's reader question time. On this episode, we'll tackle how to budget in college, dealing with group projects, memorization techniques, how to start a blog, and more.
Who better to learn how to edit big papers from than someone with a Master's in English? James Ranson has one, and he's also a location-independent freelance editor. Full show notes Things mentioned in this episode: Connect with James on Twitter! This week we talk with Brad Karsh, the man who has reviewed 10, resumes. Listen in for great tips on how to get that coveted interview. Full show notes Things mentioned in this episode: Connect with Brad on Twitter! Mike Vardy is the speaker, writer, and podcaster behind Productivityist.
You can find all sorts of great tools a t my Resources page. You've got college questions, we've got stupid banter and sometimes insightful answers.
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If you're a veteran or are currently a member of the armed forces - thank you for your service. This episode is dedicated to you. With that in mind, I've also gone out and found several information sources that may help you with your education goals! Joe from Stacking Benjamins says your personal finance journey is like the stages of the Apollo rocket's launch sequence. How does this affect how you should interpret the advice of personal finance gurus?
This episode will tell you how. Full show notes Things mentioned in this episode: Listen to Stacking Benjamins! You can find all sorts of great tools at my Re sources page. Cal Newport, author of the Study Hacks blog and best-selling books like So Good They Can't Ignore You, talks with me about the importance of building skills over "finding your passion," choosing a major, and building deep habits.
Full show notes Things mentioned in this episode: Study Hacks - Cal's blog on pursuing deep work habits. Has an amazing backlog of student-focused posts as well. It influenced a lot of the decisions I made early in my college career. Want to graduate debt-free? You've got college questions, we've got well-reasoned answers This month, we're covering bad professors, how to study your notes, dealing with a job you hate, study music, and more.
What's the path of a design student like? How do you stand out and make connections in a hyper-competitive, subjectively-judged field? I ask my girlfriend Anna to find out. You can find all sorts of great tools at my Resources p age. Strengthening your mind through medidation and mindfulness exercises can greatly increase your mental clarity, focus, and work performance - that's why so many CEOs and other high performers practice them.
I talk with Tony Stubblebine to learn more. Full show notes Things mentioned in this episode: Lift The Strongest Mind in the Room - you can get a free chapter of the book here Episode 16 - my first interview with Tony on building strong habits Calm. What does it take to write a novel? In this interview, I talk with author Brit McGinnis about her writing process, the value of consistency, and lots of awesome movies and anime.
Brit's author page on Facebook Connect with Brit on Twitter! We answer your college questions, while I get mad at Martin for being better at video games than me! On this episode, we'll cover resumes, night classes, picking goals, how to get paid a lot of money, and learning to code. Full show notes Things mentioned in this episode: Treehouse - a great library of videos that teaches you how to code among other things Codecademy - want to actually do stuff for most of the time instead of watching videos?
Use this. Code Combat This is more like a video game. I'll be quite impressed. Resume mistakes you shouldn't make Want more cool stuff? Zach Sexton, a writer for Asian Efficiency, talks about the definition of productivity - and how you can become more efficient at time management and your work. Want some tips on saving money in college? Here you go - I've got personal finance blogger Kristin Wong on the podcast today, and we're going to go over some college frugality tips. The journey of a med student is quite different from other majors.
Learn how Ryan Nguyen did it, as well as how to deal with massive loads of homework. You can find all sorts of grea t tools at my Resources page. Martin and I tackle 5 reader questions, including how to build a work-life balance, make time for hobbies, deal with useless classes, and gain experience when you don't have an internship. I get my ass handed to me in Mario Kart.
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How do you get a job at Google? Or start a successful website that turns into a published book? Or build a thriving coaching business? Jenny Blake has done all of these things, and today I talk to her about the art of planning, adapting, and pivoting for success in business and life. The story of how Matt went from being the most frat-tastic resume-padder ever, to a dude working a job, to a badass freelance web designer.
It's all about the hustle. Goodreads - my favorite place to manage my books. Connect with me there. People with interesting careers are often asked, "How'd you get into that? Personal finance is a complicated beast - how do you learn to pay off debt, save money, automate finances, invest, etc - without going crazy? In this episode I talk with the Listen Money Matters guys on how to get started. Bud Hennekes is one of those people who knows how to identify way to get what he wants and execute on them well. Check out this interview for his story about travelling over 1, miles for a 5-minute interview, along with other cool experiences.
Want to become fluent in a foreign language? Benny Lewis can do it in 3 months, and in this episode we discuss how you can achieve fluency in a short amount of time - even if you can travel to a new country to do it. Full show notes Things mentioned in this episode: Fluent in 3 Months - Benny's new book on learning a language at any age Erasmus Student Exchange Program - foreign exchange program for student EU students only, I believe IAESTE - foreign internships program for engineers and architects italki and Lang-8 - two excellent communities for practicing your language skills with others Want more cool stuff?
Reader questions about apartments, studying, motivation, and travel are answered. Super Mario is played - until my controller dies. Full show notes Things mentioned in this episode: Kayak - set up flight price alerts HostelWorld - use this for travel lodging Eating Healthy in College - my article at Nerd Fitness How to eat healthy on the cheap - includes my stir-fry recipe Pick Four goal-tracking workbook Focus Will - amazing study music site Indeed - job search site How to build a personal website How to create your own business cards My study music playlist The Cornell Method - great note-taking strategy Building an iPhone App - how I turned a CIG project into class credit Want more cool stuff?
Networking is simply the process of forming relationships with others - but it's often done completely wrong. In this episode, you'll learn how to build mutually beneficial relationships with others Full show notes Things mentioned in this episode: Essential books for students Networking Awesomely by Colin Wright Podcast Question page - ask me anything! How do you motivate yourself to achieve your goals? How do you deal with limited willpower in today's distrating world? Lift co-founder Tony Stubblebine and I discuss these questions and more.
Learn how Vincent Nguyen scored three internships, built relationships with highly successful entrepreneurs, and created his own successful, fast-growing blog - at just 19 years of age. In this podcast, I talk with NerdFitness founder Steve Kamb on his journey from college up to building his site, and how nerds can get healthy. In this episode, I talk with travel hacker Travis Sherry to find out just how to do it. Use the price alert feature. If you're a freshman this year, you need to listen to these essential tips on surviving and dominating your first year. Also useful to non-freshmen as well.
Full show notes Things mentioned in this episode: Dropbox - cloud sync for all your files use this Evernote - best note-taking app ever AdBlock - blocks ads Web of Trust - tells you if websites are unsafe to visit Google Calendar - my default calendar app Fantastical - great calendar app for iOS and Mac.
Works with Google Calendar th rough iCal. In this episode, I retell the history of College Info Geek, from its humble beginnings to the behemoth of corporate zombification it is today. In addition to the shout-outs in this episode, I'd like to link to my thank-you page in order to recognize those people. What's better: learning in class, or studying something on your own? ThinkTraffic employee and Pocket Changed founder Caleb Wojcik dives into the process of building a diverse skillset to make you adaptable in today's workplace.
Gary Vaynerchuk talks about how to get the most out of college through hustling, finding the right mentors, and leveraging your passions. What do you do when you're laid off from your job? Tune in to hear Pat's story Y ou can find all sorts of great tools at my Resources page. In this podcast interview, I talk with Career Kickstarter founder Barrett Brooks on how to really find a job you'll love after college - and how to not fall for a recruiter's sales pitch that hides a job you'll hate.
Hint: it's not the actual education. What is a personal brand? How can you promote yourself to become an expert in your niche and get the job you want? Dan Schawbel answers all these questions in this interview. How do you keep your online accounts from getting hacked? In this podcast episode, you'll learn some easy techniques for locking down your online identity. More than you ever wanted to know about two-factor authentication LifeHacker's article on w here you should enable two-factor auth TrueCrypt Sophos Anti-Virus - good anti-virus solution for Mac Want more cool stuff?
I interview Buffer's Leo Widrich on leaving college to go full-time with a successful startup, building a personal brand, and networking effectively. Full show notes Things mentioned in this episode: Buffer - schedule tweets, Facebook posts, and LinkedIn updates Want more cool stuff? In this episode, I go over some strategies to hack your fitness in college - how to get started if you're a beginner, how to make working out less boring, and how to keep yourself motivated.
I also go over some specific tools and resources I use in my own fitness efforts. Full show notes Things mentioned in this episode: NerdFitness. Find Podcasts. Jul 29 We've talked a lot about the things we did in college, but what about the things we didn't? Jul 22 In this 5 questions episode, we talk about when to quit a job, how to develop mental resilience, how to disconnect from constant computer use, and more.
Jul 08 Ever wondered how so many influencers these days seem to be earning a living off little more than a social media following and some content? Jun 24 Careers can look like they might be a straight line from start to finish, but it's not always that simple. Jun 10 Productivity advice is cool and all, but sometimes you can take it too far. Jun 03 In this week's 5 questions episode, we're talking about habits, cooking, coffee, grades, and the sometimes unsettling sound of silence. May 27 Productivity often means needing to do something repetitive or boring.
May 20 It's easy to end the day feeling a bit rushed May 13 Technology has brought us all closer together than ever before, but something feels off. May 06 Looking to save the earth, but don't have a lot of time or money to dedicate to the cause? Apr 29 In this 5 questions episode, we talk about standing out, learning to like to read, and whether you should focus on building your strengths or weaknesses. Apr 22 Travel can break up the monotony of your routines and inspire you to see things from a different angle. Apr 15 When inspiration strikes, everything feels possible. Apr 08 Gather 'round, folks, it's time for a story.
Apr 01 In this 5 questions episode, we talk about breaking good habits, dealing with negativity, surviving a quarter-life crisis, and more. Mar 25 If you've ever wanted to learn to play an instrument, this might be your year. Mar 18 We all know time is money, but as the gig economy and remote work blur the lines in our schedules, we're really starting to feel it. Mar 11 If you have to work, you'll have to do it somewhere. Mar 04 In this 5 questions episode, we talk about starting instruments after childhood, remembering old skills, dealing with imposter syndrome at work, and more.
Feb 25 After some effort spent reorganizing his digital information system, Thomas finally updates his Evernote setup to keep things manageable. Feb 18 Sometimes, you just need to hear the right words for an idea to really make sense. Feb 11 We have a conversation about note-taking apps. Feb 04 Lifelong gamer and Nintendo fanboy Martin started this year with the unthinkable: an entire month without video games.
Jan 28 Apparently, most of us want to live somewhere at some point. Jan 21 With so many obligations and to-do lists hanging over our heads, it's easy to fall victim to burnout. Jan 14 In this 5 questions episode, we talk about recording lectures, getting the most from audiobooks, remembering what you read, and more. Jan 07 New Year's resolutions are a noble concept, but they tend to have a pretty terrible success rate.
Dec 31 The new year is upon us, and before we let it this one slip through our fingertips we thought we'd give it one final look. Dec 24 If you'd like to give up on friendship for good, this is for you. Dec 17 In this 5 questions episode, we're talking about budgeting without an income, maintaining a mastermind group, staying productive while depressed, and more. Dec 10 Push-ups aren't going to cut it here. Dec 03 Have you ever wanted to be good at everything?
Nov 26 Not everything worth getting has to cost a lot. Nov 19 Debt isn't always a bad thing, but it certainly doesn't feel good when you have too much of it. Nov 12 In this 5 questions episode, we're talking about breakups, schedules, letters of recommendation, skill-building, and staying consistent with your goals.
Nov 05 Can you be productive and still play video games? Oct 29 Cash rules everything around me, so I probably shouldn't spend it all. Oct 22 Between jobs, classes, and the quest for a fulfilling personal life, things can get overwhelming. Oct 15 If you're looking to build a career, you'll probably need to talk to someone. Oct 08 If you've ever wanted to take your Instagram posts to the next level, this episode is for you.
Oct 01 Fun fact: people were fit long before we invented bench pressing or treadmills. Sep 24 In this 5 questions episode, we talk about our grades, credit cards, being present-minded, working for free, and working while exhausted. Sep 17 Sometimes we need something unexpected to come and shake up our perspective. Sep 10 As it turns out, we're not the only podcast out there. Sep 03 We talk about choosing which goal to work on next, building a habit when your significant other doesn't want to, dealing with math fears, and more in this five questions episode.
Aug 27 Have you ever noticed that as some things in life get better or worse, your overall happiness doesn't change much?
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Aug 20 Buying a home is already a big enough decision. Aug 13 Social media doesn't appear to be going away anytime soon. Aug 06 In this five questions episode, we talk about getting ready for college, starting your own business, building your self-esteem, and more. Jul 30 Taking a bit of a break from the norm, here's part two of a conversation between Thomas and fellow YouTuber and podcaster Sara Dietschy.
Jul 23 If we're going to be stuck walking around with our phones all day, we might as well put them to good use. Jul 16 Nutrition research can be overwhelming, but that doesn't mean you can't start eating healthier today. Jul 09 It's easier than ever before to feel like a failure. Jul 02 In this five questions episode, we talk about video game addiction, time blocking, hour work days, living off campus, and finding your purpose. Jun 25 Time flies when you're having fun. Jun 18 Someday we'll all have cool cyborg bodies, but until then we should probably take care of the ones we have.
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