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Latest Podcasts

June, 2021

  • 1 June

    The Map Is Not the Territory [FREE A/V #716]

    (FREE A/V - DISCOMFORT WEEK! - Part 2 of 4) Recorded February 18, 2019 - How did our week of "do the more uncomfortable thing" go? What awkward social situations did it create? More discussion about block scheduling, the "stairway of influence," and how to identify and accentuate what's working in our business relationships. *This show also addresses cognitive distortions, and the stories we might tell ourselves in search of comfort. OUR NEXT VIRTUAL SUMMIT IS JUNE 7&8 Visit MindsetandMastery.com to learn more about this exciting new presentation, the topics, and bonuses Please Support School Sucks We do cool things! Thanks to your support. School Sucks is one of the longest running liberty-minded podcasts on the web, and the only ...

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  • 1 June

    The Split Personality of Entrepreneurship [FREE A/V #715]

    (FREE A/V - DISCOMFORT WEEK! - Part 1 of 4) Recorded January 11, 2019 - Back together in Pittsburgh, Brett and Andrew discuss a book called The E-Myth: Why Most Businesses Don't Work and What to Do About It. The book was written decades ago and last updated at the dawn of the digital revolution, but it contains wisdom still very relevant to us today. The E-Myth describes the self-employed or small business owner as a person who initially tries to play three distinct roles: a technician, a manager, and an entrepreneur. Brett and Andrew evaluate their aptitudes in each area, and discuss strategies for improving. OUR NEXT VIRTUAL SUMMIT IS JUNE 7&8 Visit MindsetandMastery.com to learn more about this ...

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May, 2021

  • 26 May

    In Pursuit of Free Enterprise Education [PODCAST #714]

    Today a swap-cast with the young (24 years old) and ambitious Noah Blaylock, host of The Noah Blaylock Show and the creator of this helpful infographic: Noah's media mission is to promote the separation of school and state, so we'll discuss some of the lessons I've learned along the way with School Sucks Project. He interviews me for about 10 minutes, and then I have LOTS of questions for him! MUSIC: "Car Chase" Fabian Ross "Someday I'm Going Away" The Hip Abduction Mentioned: The underground History of American Education, Audiobook by Unwelcome Guests OUR NEXT VIRTUAL SUMMIT IS JUNE 7&8 Visit MindsetandMastery.com to learn more about this exciting new presentation, the topics, and bonuses Please Support School Sucks We do ...

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Supporter-Only Content

March, 2021

  • 16 March

    [Un-iversity] Understanding NFTs and De-Fi

    Plus much more! A follow-up about our Six Pillars of Self-Esteem, Brett's (not fun) drinking stories, medical surveillance, diversity hiring. The first 35 minutes of this audio are taken from the end; Bobby explains the basics of NFTs and DeFi. Part of the Un-iversity Weekly Discussion Group Series A new weekly conversation about applying the lessons and practices of The Ideas Into Action Summit ( https://sspuniversity.com/ideasintoaction/) to the chaos of the current world. Special Invite-Only offer to Join the Un-iversity Private Community https://sspuniversity.com/product/join-the-un-iversity-private-community/ School Sucks Project · Understanding NFTs and DeFi Related Posts[UN-IVERSITY] Giving ThanksTags: un-iversity, weekly, sucks, school, chaos, summit, action, ideas, practices, lessons[UN-IVERSITY] The World's Most Beautiful Productivity ConversationTags: conversation, school, sucks, project, un-iversity, discussion, a/v, premium, content, ...

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  • 12 March

    [Un-iversity Book Club] The Six Pillars of Self-Esteem

    Our first meeting! Huge thanks to Keri for taking the lead on this project. So...it turns out Nathaniel Branden's The Six Pillars of Self-Esttem is not the greatest personal development book of all time?? We'll discuss. The book club meets monthly; our next read and discussion is Isaac Morehouse's Don't Do Stuff You Hate.  Happening on Sat, March 27 at 2pm EST Special Invite-Only offer to Join the Un-iversity Private Community   School Sucks Project · Un-iversity Book Club - The Six Pillars of Self-Esteem

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February, 2021

  • 24 February

    [BONUS] The Discomfort Zone (s04e03) – Good Luck! Don’t Be Yourself!

    Introduced as "quite possibly most annoying episode of The Discomfort Zone ever." But do Andrew and Brett deliver?!?! You decide. Andrew has a romantic experience and declares himself "Fit Costanza." Brett understands what Andrew is saying; he is also fit, neurotic, and has had romantic experiences in his life too. Together they've taken the red pill, but not the whole bottle. This is a conversation about reconciling this red pill awareness with the desire for authenticity and vulnerability when the right romantic opportunity comes along. School Sucks Project · The Discomfort Zone (s04e03) - Good Luck! Don't Be Yourself! Related Posts[BONUS] The Discomfort Zone (s04e02) Get Out.Tags: audio, relationships, conversation, discomfort, zone, bonus, self-esteem, episode, a/v, premium

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CORE TOPIC - Why does school suck?

John Taylor Gatto

CORE TOPIC - What does self-directed education look like?

Peter Gray - Self-Directed Education

The realization that school sucks actually marks the beginning of a new and exciting educational journey.

Welcome to SchoolSucksProject.com. We strive to provide young people with the building blocks of intellectual, financial and lifestyle independence. This includes in-depth explorations into higher-level thinking, organization and productivity, emotional and physical health, habit and lifestyle optimization, history and philosophy, psychology, self-directed learning, entrepreneurship, and communication/negotiation strategies. It's all essential information, but almost none of it is taught in school. Our content is ideal for frustrated high school and college students, home-educating parents, and adults who are interested in independently furthering their education and achieving self-actualization.