Every morning Larry and Andrew dig into a quote, idea, or an interesting guest that has caught their eye. The hope is that their chat inspires you to never stop thinking and possibly challenges you in a new way.
Long time friends, Larry and Andrew each bring a unique perspective to each topic. Larry, with over 20 years of broadcasting experience, and a self proclaimed "Question Evangelist" is never at a loss for words. No matter the topic Larry is always ready to dive in to the finer details and get to the heart of the topic. The many jobs held by Andrew are seemingly endless. Bus driver, buffalo wrangler, medical researcher, dental assistant, general contractor to actor are just few of the hats he has worn. This array of job experience give Andrew the ability to look at the world through many different lenses.
I am a founder. I did not collect baseball cards, sell things as a child or start any business in college. I simply did not want to work for others and wanted to execute my own ideas. - Kim Taylor - https://twitter.com/kimmytaylor (https://twitter.com/kimmytaylor)
Stop the guilt of pandemic lazinessYou're sitting at home, scrolling through Netflix recommendations when you're suddenly hit with pangs of guilt for being lazy. Been there? Same. One social psychologist tells us to stop this nonsense, explaining we feel this way because "https://www.cnbc.com/2021/02/11/heres-why-you-can-stop-feeling-guilty-about-laziness-in-lockdown.html (we use external cues as an 'anchor' to help us gauge whether we are spending our time well enough)...
From the Tim Ferris Interview of Jerry Seinfeld:
Exercise, weight training, and Transcendental Meditation. I think I could solve just about anyone’s life, and I don’t care what you do, with weight training and Transcendental Meditation. I think your body needs that stress, that stressor. And I think it builds the resilience of the nervous system, and I think Transcendental Meditation is the absolutely ultimate work tool.
No one wants to die. Even people who want to go to heaven don’t want to die to get there. And yet, death is the destination we all share. No one has ever escaped it, and that is how it should be, because death is very likely the single best invention of life. It’s life’s change agent. It clears out the old to make way for the new.”
– Steve Jobs