Something You Should Know

Interview with Mark Manson author of "The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck" & Using Brain Science to Enhance Your Performance

August 24, 2017
38 min

Penicillin is great for treating a lot of common medical complaints. But a lot of people avoid penicillin because they believe they are allergic to it. We begin this episode by revealing why most of those people are wrong. How can that be? I’ll explain.

Then, Mark Manson, the author of the best-selling book, The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck (http://amzn.to/2g5bofO) explains how letting go of the need to be the best at everything – or even most things - can be very liberating and even beneficial. The fact is most of us are mediocre at most things we do and maybe that is okay.

Then, you already know that your mood affects how you walk. But it also turns to work the other way too -  how you walk affects your mood.

What if you could enhance your mental performance and give yourself a real advantage in everything you do? Neuroscientist Mark Fenske, author of the book, The Winner’s Brain (http://amzn.to/2g4B3VM), explores the science behind focus, motivation and achievement and offers practical suggestions to help give yourself a mental edge.

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