A lot of what you’re about to hear will sound oddly familiar…
The French Revolutionaries began by addressing genuine grievances and demanding liberation from oppressive structures. They declared equal rights […]
Dan Sanchez is the Director of Content at the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) and the editor-in-chief of FEE.org. Dan is also the main writing coach for our friends at Praxis.
He joins me today for a […]
The first of many UN-IVERSITY post-event supplemental conversations. Moritz Bierling joins me to discuss digital productivity and Tiago Forte’s method of “Building A Second Brain.”
We take questions from […]
Alternate Title: Shit Just Got Real (Estate)
Richard Grove joins TDZ for an urgent and important strategy session.
Andrew has been on an exciting and promising path to more professional freedom and […]
Welcome to Season Three!
Andrew and Brett welcome Joel to the conversation. Joel is a long-time School Sucks listener (since 2009), supporter, doer, and contributor (working behind the scenes on an eventual new […]
Brett Veinotte wrote a new post, [BONUS] In Pursuit of Utopia – Episode 4 – Common Sense 1 month ago
Today we take a look at the aims and ideals of the American and French revolutions as well as the results.
How’d they go? France quickly descended into headlessness, and the USA slowly morphed into the […]
After Rich and I recorded his presentation for the upcoming Ideas Into Action Summit last Tuesday, we stuck around and took questions and discussion topics from members of the Autonomy community.
You can learn […]
Zak Slayback returns to the Studio of Champ-Yinz to share his insights on the benefits of interpersonal and intra-personal systems of accountability.
Zak suggests that when many of us run into different forms […]
Office Hours Podcast hosts T.K. Coleman and Isaac Morehouse join School Sucks host Brett and Discomfort Zone co-host Andrew for a casual and delightfully digressive conversation about personal experimentation and […]
CJ Kilmer joins Brett to share his very impressive story of personal transformation over the last year.
CJ had struggled with his weight for 20 years, and in the last nine months he has lost 125 pounds, has […]
In this late-night-into-early-morning monologue I give an accounting of the most valuable take-aways from the so-called “dopamine fast” as they relate to productivity, happiness and self-discipline.
Dopamine is […]
Brett Veinotte wrote a new post, [BONUS] The Discomfort Zone (s02e15) #Happiness911 2 months ago
In the middle of their dopamine fast, Andrew and Brett meet in a public park to loathe the day together. They also contemplate failed relationships and their own deaths. You’ll cry so hard you’ll laugh!!!
Scott Hambrick joins Brett to discuss what self-discipline is and what it isn’t. We also contrast the emerging self-discipline leadership industry against true self-discipline leadership.
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You struggle with self discipline. How hard should you be on yourself about that?
We debate this question and set up the problem and internal conflict that this series will address in the coming weeks.
September is Back to School Sucks Month and we begin with this one-time-only free-for-all installment of our bonus series Picture of the Month Club. Because everyone needs to hear it.
This show also carries a […]
Young Alex is back in the Studio of Champ-yinz and we’re talking about finding a purpose. Alex is 26 years old (or young) and he feels like his life is missing definition. But is that missing definition really a […]
Daniel McCarthy and I continue on monthly discussion on the history of Utopian visions and their consequences.
In this episode:
“The development from Aquinas through Locke and Newton represents more than four […]
Installment #2 (AUDIO, 160 MINUTES)
Dutch and Brett dive extremely deep into Martin Scorsese’s obscure 1982…comedy?
Not exactly. The King Of Comedy is a dark and uncomfortable film, very difficult to watch […]
Moritz Bierling returns for another marathon conversation about how individuals can be navigators of increasingly complex and dysfunctional communications arenas.
The primary focus is what Moritz refers to as […]
There is no appropriate, respectful description for this show, other than it’s an exploration of how to un-thread (and preserve) positive memories from painful ones (that need to be processed), and that it’s the […]
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