Adi and I have been working together metaprogramming. He felt the results needed to be shared so we get into exactly what the collaboration has looked like.
We get into exactly how he stopped his 18 year old nail biting habit, how we honed in on his goal of meditating every morning and every night, the fucking magic of the daily pages, and his honest thoughts on the service I provided.
This is a different kind of episode. I'd love to hear feedback from yall as to what you think of me sprinkling in episodes like this as I work with more people. This podcast is for you, so your feedback is welcomed. I love yall, and thank you for your ears and attention. Namasteezy.
I met Jayson through the wormhole that is Reddit. He is an Electroencephalographer (he runs EEGs), and he is a curious and bright psychonaut. He get into some really interesting territory that normally is not covered on the podcast.
We talked about his early life, the symbolic meaning of the spiral, what dreams might be, evolutionary Signaling Theory, some scientific underpinnings to telepathy, and I stumble through trying to explain Solipsism.
Thank you Jayson. This was a different kind of podcast. I normally ask people about their personal stories, but you and I wandered into some interesting territory, and the conversation just flowed. I'd love to have you back and to get weird again. Thank you for time and disagreeing with me constructively.
Dacorey is one of my oldest friends, and one of the most admirable people I know. He is a father, a creative fucking genius (he won’t agree but I can say it), activist, and friend. We get into some deep waters about truth and race in this podcast.
We talk about his early life, what is “true” history, how hard but necessary conversations about race are, and what we can do in the face of all the flaws we see in the world.
Thank you Dacorey. You challenged a lot of my views in this podcast and I think we did a good job disagreeing respectfully and productively. Thank you for the years of friendship, and I admire the family you are raising and the music you are making.
Who Conner is the host of The Pleasure Monkey Podcast. He also was the project manager for Aubrey Marcus's Go For Your Win Course. That's where I first met him and his fucking refreshing authenticity. He helps people balance their careers and passions, and he let us go deeep into his personal story in this podcast.
We explored his early life, the danger of the victim mentality, encountering his masculine linage in an Ayahuasca ceremony, and the creation of his lifestyle design consulting.
Without a doubt, Conner has been one of the most forthright and revealing guests I've had on the podcast. The man exudes self-acceptance and genuineness. Thank you Conner for being a guiding force in the Go For Your Win Course, creating the conversations happening at The Pleasure Monkey Podcast, and for sharing your story on mine.
Luis is one of the most capable young men I know. He’s come from poverty, selling drugs as a teenager, went to jail, got diagnosed with depression and put on antidepressants, went to the jungle to drink ayahuasca, and now he is a growing entrepreneur in Austin, off all medication, and has become a brother of mine.
We talked about his early life, his hustling youth, the path from jail to the jungle, and his path to getting off antidepressants.
Luis, thank you for your authenticity and honesty. You’ve become one of my closest friends since meeting you. I respect how effective you are and it seems you’ve really integrated your God-Father’s personality. I look forward to growing with you brother. SUITE!
Paul is the Founder of The Third Wave, a company committed to Psychedelics into our culture, currently via Microdosing. His website is the creme dela creme of microdosing psychedelic science and application.
We talk about his personal story, the LSD trip that spawned The Third Wave, and Microdosing.
Thank you Paul. Thank you for picking up the responsibility of helping our culture integrate psychedelics. I fucking love the movement you’re leading, and I look forward to seeing what unfolds.
Christiana is an entrepreneur and founder of Currency. I’ve known this hustler since she was rocking braces and using AOL messanger.
We talked about her early life, her path to medical school, the pivot to becoming an entrepreneur, and the founding of her company.
Thank you Christiana for sharing your story, your relentless energy, and your vision for inspiring and helping people create their businesses. I look forward to your first million and expect either a lifetime supply of Kombucha, or help starting a butter coffee business.