Oct. 14, 2021

Robert Plomin — How DNA Makes Us Who We Are (EP.69)

Robert Plomin is a psychologist and geneticist best known for his work in twin studies and behavior genetics. He is also the author of several books on genetics, including "Blueprint: How DNA Makes Us Who We Are". Our discussion with …

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Oct. 11, 2021

Tim Urban — Live on Twitter Spaces [BONUS EPISODE]

This episode is a recording of a special live conversation we had with Tim Urban of Wait But Why on Twitter Spaces! After a discussion with Jim, we had a QnA session with the audience as well. Our discussion revolves …

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Oct. 7, 2021

Kevin Zatloukal — Machine Learning And Its Applications (EP.68)

Kevin is a Computer Scientist, part-time lecturer at Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering, and research partner at OSAM. Our discussion with Kevin revolves around: What is Machine Learning (ML)? Biases in ML algorithms...

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Sept. 30, 2021

Perth Tolle — Investing in Freedom (EP.67)

Perth Tolle is the Founder at Life + Liberty Indexes. Their indexes focus on human rights, economic freedoms, emerging markets, etc. In this episode, we talk about: Wall Street titans on China Freedom-weighted index funds Different countries on the...

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Sept. 23, 2021

Tobias Carlisle — Philosophy of the Markets (EP.66)

Tobias is founder and managing director of Acquirers Funds LLC, where he also serves as portfolio manager of the firm's deep value strategy. He is also author of the books "The Acquirer's Multiple " and "Deep Value". Our discussion with …

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Sept. 16, 2021

Adam Robinson & Bill Brewster — Disproving Your Thesis (EP.65)

In this episode of Infinite Loops, we have not one but two phenomenal guests: Adam Robinson and Bill Brewster! Adam is the co-founder of "The Princeton Review," an author, a rated chess master, and advisor to hedge funds. Bill is …

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Sept. 9, 2021

Rob Henderson — Evolution of Social Hierarchies (EP.64)

In this edition of Infinite Loops, we spoke with Rob Henderson. Rob is a veteran and a PhD candidate in Psychology, at the University of Cambridge. We talk about: Growing up in foster care and overcoming a "tough" childhood Role …

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Sept. 2, 2021

Packy McCormick — The Great Online Game (EP.63)

In this episode of Infinite Loops, we speak with Packy McCormick, author of the Not Boring newsletter. We discuss many aspects of the Great Reshuffle like: UBI with crypto Designing new money How to increase crypto adoption Will NFTs go …

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Aug. 26, 2021

Chris Williamson — Embracing Your Weirdness (EP.62)

Chris Williamson is the host of the Modern Wisdom podcast, a YouTuber, TEDx Speaker, and an ex-professional Party Boy! We have a wide ranging discussion with Chris in this episode of Infinite Loops, including topics like: The need to explore...

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Aug. 19, 2021

Tom Morgan — Curation in the Age of Information Abundance (EP.61)

In this episode of Infinite Loops we have Tom Morgan with us. Tom is the Director of Content and Communications at the The Knall/Cohen/Pence Group and a stellar knowledge curator. We speak about: Following your interests Operating in complex adaptive...

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Aug. 12, 2021

Massimo Marinelli — Premier League Economics & Sports Investing (EP.6…

Marinelli is an Executive Board Member at Aser Ventures, the majority owner of Premier League team Leeds United Football Club. Massimo is also on the Leeds United Board of Directors. In this episode, we speak about: · The...

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Aug. 5, 2021

Linda Lebrun — The Substack Economy (EP.59)

In this episode of Infinite Loops we speak with Linda Lebrun, Director of Finance & Investing Writer Recruitment at Substack. We talk about: Writing and earning on Substack Going from 'Platform owning people', to 'People owning platforms' The end...

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July 29, 2021

Johnny Nelson — Past, Present, and Future of Social Media (EP.58)

In this episode of Infinite Loops we speak with Johnny Nelson, @generativist, on the state of Social Media and the Internet. We discuss about: Managing your attention Algorithms: Good or bad? Censorship on social media What will make people adopt …

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July 22, 2021

Brian Muraresku — Unravelling History's Best Kept Secret (EP.57)

In this episode of Infinite Loops we speak with Brian Muraresku, New York Times Best Selling author of "The Immortality Key: the Secret History of the Religion with No Name". We discuss: Role of women in early Christianity Mysticism of …

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July 15, 2021

Dan Rasmussen — Crises Investing (EP.56)

In this episode of Infinite Loops we speak with Dan Rasmussen, founder and CIO of Verdad Advisers. We discuss: Bubbles vs. Crises Investing in Emerging Markets Identifying when "value investing" works, and when it doesn't Theory vs. Practice And a...

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July 8, 2021

Denise Shull — Making Intuition Work For You (EP.55)

In this episode of Infinite Loops we speak with Denise Shull, a Performance and Strategy advisor and Founder at The Rethink Group. We talk about: Role of emotions in trading and investing Could Daniel Kahneman be wrong? Imprinting and Emotional...

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July 1, 2021

Rory Sutherland — Behavioral Science, Marketing, and Persuasion (EP.5…

Rory Sutherland, Vice Chairman of Ogilvy Group, comes back for his second appearance at Infinite Loops! We discussed various marketing strategies and behavioral tics, including: In-group vs. Out-group Fractal nature of behavioral science Pricing...

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June 24, 2021

Alex Danco — Everyone's Job is World Building (EP.53)

As our recurring guest, Alex Danco of Shopify returns to Infinite Loops for the third time! We talk about: Age of Scarcity vs. Abundance Everyone's job is World Building Early days of the Internet 'The Office' — and it's parallels …

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June 17, 2021

Litquidity — Up Close with the Meme King of Wall Street (EP.52)

In this episode of Infinite Loops we unravel the mystery around the Meme King of Wall Street — Litquidity Capital! We talk about: Meme-ing: As a finance insider and outsider Wall Street's culture Current state of financial education Growing the...

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June 10, 2021

Jack Butcher — Productizing Value (EP.51)

In this episode of Infinite Loops we spoke with Jack Butcher, creator of Visualize Value — "The operating system for value creators". We talk about: Journey from employment, to consulting, to entrepreneurship. Productizing yourself Building a...

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June 3, 2021

Luke Burgis — What Drives Human Desire? (EP.50)

In this episode of Infinite Loops we spoke with Luke Burgis, author of the book 'Wanting: The Power of Mimetic Desire in Everyday Life'. We talk about: Needs vs. Desire The current state of social media 'Celebristan' and 'Freshmanistan' How …

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May 27, 2021

Michael S. Falk — A Passionate Advocate For Economic Growth (EP.49)

For this episode of Infinite Loops, Michael S. Falk, CFA and partner at the Focus Consulting Group joins us. We talk about: Different careers in Finance Succession Planning Michael's books on sustainable economic growth ALS Luck, Resilience,...

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May 20, 2021

Tren Griffin — Flipping The Script (EP.48)

In this unique episode of Infinite Loops, Tren Griffin returns to the podcast, but this time as the co-host. Tren asks Jim a series of thought-provoking questions that cover topics like (Jim got a few questions to Tren as well): …

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May 13, 2021

Paul Craven — Behavioral Science & Decision Making (EP.47)

In this episode of Infinite Loops we spoke with Paul Craven, an expert in behavioral biases and decision making. In this conversation we discuss: What behavioral science is Building trust and relationships Temporal discounting and reframing Managing...

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