Joe Rogan is an interesting figure. Martial arts champion, host of the most violent sport on television, advocate of recreational marijuana, vehement anti-vegan and accused by both left and right of being the poster-boy for the other side. A recipe, it seems, for one of the most popular podcasts out there and for good reason. … Continue reading Dr Cornel West on the Joe Rogan Podcast
Tim Ferris, a podcaster, author and blogger with a ridiculously large following has interviewed some of the highest achievers in the world. This may depend on how you measure achievement of course but entrepreneurs, athletes, personal development experts religious figures surely must rate highly for most people. In one of his books he notes a … Continue reading Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor Frankl
Positive Psychology is sometimes criticised for over thinking and for really over-reaching on the claim that thought can lead to manifestation. The worst of these claims, in my opinion, is usually wrapped up in the abundance nonsense about how really wishing for something can bring it into your life. Talk about the domain of the … Continue reading Rip It Up by Richard Wiseman
Can there be many educators left that haven't seen Ken Robinson's outstanding and ridiculously popular TEDTalk? Now with over 58 million views on TED's own website alone, former teacher and government education adviser Ken Robinson brilliantly talks us through his views on how we can get the best our of our children by considering some … Continue reading Do Schools Kill Creativity?