Relevant People

This is a list introducing people who have contributed to important concepts and methods for going beyond:

Marcus Aurelius

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Brene Brown

Jim Collins
Stephen Covey

W. Edwards Deming

Peter Drucker

Tim Ferris

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Seth Godin

Coincidence and grilled cheese (E) Akimbo: A Podcast from Seth Godin

What are the odds? Pretty good actually.Akimbo is a weekly podcast created by Seth Godin. He's the bestselling author of 20 books and a long-time entrepreneur, freelancer and teacher.You can find out more about Seth by reading his daily blog at and about the podcast at submit a question and to see the show notes, please visit and press the appropriate button. Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
  1. Coincidence and grilled cheese (E)
  2. Tips and gifts (E)
  3. It’s not about the chocolate (E)
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  5. Blogs and Platforms and Permission (E)
Charles Hoskinson

Marie Kondo

Elon Musk

Cal Newport

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Ep. 233: Escaping Your Tyrannical Inbox Deep Questions with Cal Newport

Below are the questions covered in today's episode (with their timestamps). Get your questions answered by Cal! Here’s the link: from today’s episode:’s Deep Question: How can I free myself from spending all day in my inbox? [8:24]- Why does Cal suggest having multiple email addresses? [43:27]- How do I convince my colleagues to actually read process-centric emails? [47:16]- How do I work with people who enjoy email check-ins? [52:16]- How do I get key information out of email an into a better system? [57:25]- How can I focus when my job demands an open door policy? [1:01:11]Something Interesting: Alex Haley wrote on a cargo ship [1:12:42] to our to Jesse Miller for production, Jay Kerstens for the intro music, and Mark Miles for mastering.
  1. Ep. 233: Escaping Your Tyrannical Inbox
  2. Ep. 232: The Lumberjack Paradox
  3. Ep. 231: Fight Burnout with Work Cycles
  4. Ep. 230: How Well Are You Living?
  5. Ep. 229: Developing Discipline
Robert Noyce

Taiichi Ohno

Tina Seelig

Simon Sinek

Derek Sivers

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make believe Derek Sivers

Kids scream, “Monster in the hallway!”, and hide behind the couch. They stack up cushions for protection, and plan their defense. They know it’s not true — there’s not really a monster in the hallway — but it’s exciting to feel the adrenaline of panic, then make a shelter and feel safe.
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  2. a daily run, part two
  3. a daily run, part one
  4. Your explanations are not true
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Naomi Stanford

Business Weekly: How to design a company, with Dr Naomi Stanford Intelligence Squared

Dr. Naomi Stanford is an expert in creating models to make organisations work better. Having begun in her career creating organisation design for large multinational companies such as British Airways and Marks and Spencer, she has gone on to help shape workflow in the public sector for both the US and UK governments. She is the author of several books, the latest of which is a revised edition of Designing Organisations: Why It Matters and Ways to Do it Well, published in collaboration with The Economist. She speaks to broadcaster, author and specialist in economic policy, Linda Yueh, about how to design businesses better.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Rory Sutherland

Zeynap Ton

There Still Aren’t Enough “Good Jobs” HBR IdeaCast

Companies around the world are struggling to fill open positions, while millions of unemployed people look for work. What's going on? Zeynep Ton, professor at the MIT Sloan School of Management, says that organizations need to start offering better jobs. While old-school management thinking argued for paying workers only as much money as the market dictated and squeezing every last bit of efficiency out of them to maximize profits, the 21st century requires a new approach. This starts with higher wages but also includes more predictability and flexibility. In the wake of the global pandemic that brought essential workers to the forefront, Ton explains what companies have done – and can do – to create more good jobs in society.

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