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In order to stay relevant, it's become more important than ever to be able to rapidly acquire rare and valuable skills. These conversations profile philomaths (lovers of learning) and dive into their techniques for effective self-education. In the process, we also learn a lot about their areas of interest whether that's languages, anthropology, nutrition, or history.

September 29, 2020
73
 MIN

BookThinkers founder Nicholas Hutchinson joins us to discuss the key situations where books shaped his life and business. From social media marketing to developing a well-defined mission, Nick dives into the specific moments, books, and strategies that have propelled the growth of the BookThinkers Family.

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August 25, 2020
104
 MIN

In this episode we interview William Brown about dropping out of college, wholesaling 75+ deals, and starting an AI company with revolutionary ambitions. Will is an extremely deep thinker and his frameworks for success will help you find direction and set goals for your own projects.

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July 28, 2020
56
 MIN

In this episode, Louis and Kyle discuss the key takeaways and main lessons that they learned from each of the first 25 episodes of The Louis and Kyle Show.

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July 15, 2020
73
 MIN

In this episode, we walk through John Sharp's entrepreneurial journey. While building two real estate technology start-ups, John lived through the ups and downs of entrepreneurship. That experience informs his unique perspective as a mentor and educator to students in the New Venture Development program at The McGuire Center for Entrepreneurship at The University of Arizona.

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July 1, 2020
95
 MIN

In this episode we discuss what Mike learned in his 17 years as CEO of The Westervelt Company. He explains his unique methods for looking at the world and solving problems. Through decades of reflection and learning, Mike has developed effective approaches for living a meaningful life.

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June 9, 2020
81
 MIN

In this episode, Louis' AP US History teacher, Matthew Aberman, joins us to discuss COVID-19, past pandemics and recessions in recent history, stimulus packages, US-China relations, and the uncertainty surrounding the coming months.

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