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Jody Avirgan is a podcast host, producer and editor. His production company is Roulette Productions, he is the host of the Radiotopia show "This Day in Esoteric Political History," and "Good Sport" from the TED Audio Collective, and serves as story editor and executive producer for a number of projects. Oh, and for a long time, he was a professional Ultimate Frisbee athlete and yes, it's a real sport with real athletes. Among other things, we chat about how training for, and competing in sport, can translate into real-world benefits and skills outside of the sporting arena. Enjoy.
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People think I'm confident, and with some things, I am. With others, l'm not. Like many of you, self-doubt, crappy self-esteem and a lack of confidence have been reoccurring themes on Planet Craig. In some environments and with some tasks, l'm calm, confident and capable. But change the situation and I can easily be the over-thinking, self-doubting, self-sabotaging ex-fat kid from Latrobe Valley. In this solo episode, I talk about the challenge of building confidence and some of the tools and strategies that have proven to be effective for me. Enjoy.
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In this freestyle and rambling chat, Tiff and I talk about how we might optimise (or potentially, waste) our time, energy, genetics and resources, when it comes to the ever-present challenge of exercising effectively, efficiently and safely. Enjoy.
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We like to think we're open-minded and objective because it makes us feel good about ourselves and of course, nobody wants to be seen as closed-minded, biased or unteachable. But in a world where we all have pre-existing beliefs, ideas, values, likes, dislikes, biases (yes, even you), preferences, programming, standards, perspectives and opinions, is it possible to be truly open-minded, even if we want to be?
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Hi Team. Over the last two weeks, lots of people have spoken to me about Johhny and more than a few have asked about re-sharing his TYP episode as a kind-of tribute. To be honest, I wasn't really sold on the idea because I didn't want to seem disrespectful or inappropriate in any way. So as always, I did some self-examination and considered my intention. And that was to once again share with you a beautiful, funny, courageous and brilliant young man who made ten lifetimes of impact, in his one brief stint here on Planet Earth. So enjoy our all-time most cheeky guest. Love and hugs to you all. Craig. xx
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Turns out Tom Noske is kind-of a big deal. Well, he's definitely on the way. Let's go with, big-ish. He's a content creator, commercial filmmaker, endurance athlete, storyteller, entrepreneur, and inspiration for over half a million online followers. He's also a good bloke and I loved meeting him. Among other things, we spoke about problem-solving (one of life's most important skills), creating a brand and online presence, understand the mind and needs of a customer, the psychology of spending and perceived value, navigating life with dyslexia, how he earned over $250,000(AU) last month, training for an Ironman, being hyper-focused, being authentic in a sea of fakes and pretenders, building confidence and competence, and much more.

Enjoy. You'll love him.

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Turns out Tom Noske is kind-of a big deal. Well, he's definitely on the way. Let's go with, big-ish. He's a content creator, commercial filmmaker, endurance athlete, storyteller, entrepreneur, and inspiration for over half a million online followers. He's also a good bloke and I loved meeting him. Among other things, we spoke about problem-solving (one of life's most important skills), creating a brand and online presence, understand the mind and needs of a customer, the psychology of spending and perceived value, navigating life with dyslexia, how he earned over $250,000(AU) last month, training for an Ironman, being hyper-focused, being authentic in a sea of fakes and pretenders, building confidence and competence, and much more.

Enjoy. You'll love him.

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Rita Crundwell is the former Comptroller (accounting officer) and Treasurer of Dixon, Illinois (population 15,000), who from 1983 to 2012 committed, what is believed to be the largest municipal fraud in U.S. history, embezzling nearly $90 million (AUS). On this episode of TYP David and I (okay, mainly him) unpack this fascinating story about the poster-girl for Psychopathy. Did I mention $90 f***ing million, while working for the local council!
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What's your life telling you? What are your results saying? What's working and what's not? Are you a conscious driver (of your life) or are you an unconscious passenger? For most of my adult years, my life has been an ongoing experiment.
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Sure, it sounds like a cheesey, bullsh*tty title but it's an accurate representation. This dude is a modern-day warrior, with a mindset that can only be developed in the middle of extreme adversity, discomfort and pressure. Nick Lavery is an active-duty member of The United States Army Special Forces. Commonly known as Green Berets, the Special Forces perform critical missions including direct action, counterinsurgency, foreign internal defence, special reconnaissance, and unconventional warfare. Although Nick sustained life-threatening injuries in combat, resulting in an above-the-knee amputation of his leg, he not only remained in the Army, he returned to his Special Forces Detachment and continues conducting combat operations to this day. I genuinely loved chatting with Nick and hope you enjoy the conversation too.
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Sometimes I'm like a podcasting version of a Labrador puppy. All over the place. Trying to explore everything all at once. So many things to do (and chew on), so little time. My intention going into this totally unscripted and mostly unplanned solo episode, was to talk about the futility and potential harm of arguing. Not the healthy intellectual, respectful kind of debate but rather, the unhealthy, emotional screaming at each other (type of) exchange. Well, I did that, but I also went off on seventeen different tangents and got quite deep and philosophical towards the end. Somebody asked me yesterday if I'm scared of running out of things to talk about on the show. I told them, I'm scared of not having enough time to scratch the surface. Enjoy.
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Patrick is back talking all things tech, human optimisation, virtual reality, the Beatles 'new' Al assisted song, why we should start recharging batteries used in the home, how China is stopping its drivers from falling asleep at the wheel (it's weird), how 'Caspering' is replacing ghosting (don't ask) and lots more. Enjoy.
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