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Robert Downey Jr. is an actor and producer whose critically acclaimed performance as Lewis Strauss in Christopher Nolan's Oppenheimer earned him an Academy Award, a Golden Globe, and a BAFTA Award. His newest project, The Sympathizer, an HBO miniseries based on the 2015 Pulitzer Prize-winning novel of the same name, has Downey Jr. taking on multipl…
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Tom O'Neill is an award-winning investigative journalist and entertainment reporter. His book, Chaos: Charles Manson, the CIA, and the Secret History of the Sixties, is the culmination of a 20-year investigation, which unearthed information about the murders, the murderers, the prosecutors who tried them, and the complex web of connections between …
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Serj Tankian is a Grammy-award-winning artist best known for being the frontman of System Of A Down. His powerful vocals and thought-provoking lyrics helped the group achieve wild success, including over 40 million records sold worldwide, multiple platinum albums, more than a billion YouTube plays, and multiple Grammy nominations (winning Best Hard…
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Chris Pine is a multifaceted actor with a Zen-like presence on screen. He’s perhaps best known for his charismatic portrayal of Captain James T. Kirk in the Star Trek reboot film series and Steve Trevor in Wonder Woman. He began his career with small roles in TV shows like ER and CSI: Miami before making his feature film debut in The Princess Diari…
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Marianne Williamson is a bestselling author, speaker, political activist, and spiritual thought leader. She is the author of 15 books, including 5 New York Times Best Sellers (A Return to Love, A Woman's Worth, Illuminata, The Healing of America, and Illuminated Prayers), and the highly-anticipated forthcoming book presenting a new way of thinking …
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Golden Harper is a lifelong runner, biomechanics expert, and the creator & founder of Altra Footwear & P.R. Gear. He ran his first marathon at age 10 (3:08:05) and holds the world’s best for a 12-year-old in the marathon at 2:45:34. After growing up working in his family’s running store (which he now co-owns), he studied Exercise Science (with a fo…
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Jon Kabat-Zinn is a pioneering figure in the field of mindfulness and its integration into mainstream Western medicine and psychology. He is Professor of Medicine Emeritus at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, where he created both the Stress Reduction Clinic and the Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Health Care, and Society. Kabat-Z…
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Laird Hamilton is an action water sports pioneer. The big wave surfing legend revolutionized the sport with his invention of tow-in surfing, stand-up paddling, and foilboard surfing. Laird is an inventor, author, occasional fashion and action-sports model, fitness and nutrition expert, husband and father. He is the co-founder and Chief Innovator of…
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Chris Dixon is an entrepreneur, investor, General Partner at Andreessen Horowitz, and the author of Read Write Own: Building the Next Era of the Internet. He started and manages a16z crypto, a branch dedicated to investing in new internet technologies, managing over $9 billion across four specialized funds. Prior to his venture capital career, Chri…
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Nicole Shanahan is an entrepreneur and fellow at Stanford’s Codex, where she developed AI for law and government. Born and Raised in Oakland with the help of government assistance. She excelled at school, earning degrees in Asian Studies, Economics, and Mandarin Chinese and a law degree from SCU. Nicole was a player in the rise of Silicon Valley’s …
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Merlin Sheldrake is a biologist, writer, and speaker whose interdisciplinary expertise spans plant sciences, microbiology, ecology, and the history and philosophy of science. He is the bestselling author of Entangled Life: How Fungi Make Our Worlds, Change Our Minds, and Shape Our Futures, a thought-provoking exploration into the impact of fungi on…
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Dr. Jack Kruse is a neurosurgeon who had an awakening in 2007 after suffering a torn meniscus. This led to his study of physics, light, magnetism, and electricity. He ultimately concluded that modern medicine lacked a deep understanding of how humans function in relation to the natural world. Kruse lost 150 lbs. using his newly acquired understandi…
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Tremaine Emory is a designer and creative director famous for mixing fashion, art, visual storytelling, and social issues in his designs. Emory is the founder of the collective “No Vacancy Inn,” as well as the clothing label “Denim Tears,” which blends streetwear with high fashion. He's collaborated with brands like Ugg, Stüssy, Champion, Converse,…
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Eugene Jarecki is an Emmy and Peabody award-winning director of dramatic and documentary subjects. He has won the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival twice — for Why We Fight in 2005 and The House I Live In in 2012. His other films include the Emmy-Award Winning Reagan, The Trials of Henry Kissinger, Freakonomics, and The Cyclist. In 201…
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Patricia Sun is a pioneering thinker, philosopher, teacher, speaker, and world-renowned astrologer. With over 45 years of experience, she has addressed audiences worldwide on topics ranging from family dynamics to global peace. Patricia has engaged with over a third of a million people through workshops, keynotes, and media appearances across 40 co…
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Travis Barker is a renowned musician best known as the drummer for the rock band Blink-182. His contributions to music extend beyond Blink-182; he is a member of the rap rock group Transplants, co-founded the rock band +44, and has been involved with Box Car Racer, Antemasque, and Goldfinger. Apart from music, he started his own clothing brand call…
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Adam Mosseri is the head of Instagram, where he oversees all functions of the app including engineering, product, and operations. Adam has been at Meta (formerly Facebook) for more than 11 years. He was the company’s design director for mobile apps and then moved into product management, where he led the News Feed product and engineering teams for …
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Richard Rudd is a renowned poet, mystic, and teacher. After earning a Master’s Degree in metaphysics and literature from Edinburgh University, he worked in the film industry in Australia, trained as a teacher of Chi Kung in Thailand, and sailed across the Atlantic Ocean on a small yacht. Then at the age 29, he had a transformative spiritual experie…
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Edward Norton is one of the great actors of his generation. He has gained acclaim for his roles in movies like Fight Club, American History X, and Primal Fear. In all, he has written, directed, produced, or starred in over 50 movies. His off-screen interests and achievements in environmental activism and social entrepreneurship are just as substant…
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Jason Blum is an award-winning film and television producer known for his work in the horror and thriller genres. In 2000, he founded Blumhouse Productions, a production company specializing in low-budget horror and thriller movies, such as the highly successful Paranormal Activity franchise, which grossed over $890 million worldwide. He has also p…
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James Perse is a fashion designer from Los Angeles, California. The son of the founder of the innovative boutique, Maxfield, Perse grew up in a family connected to the fashion world. In 1994, he went out on his own, creating his eponymous brand, which today is famous for making clothes that are simple and comfy. He focuses on using soft materials l…
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Marc Andreessen is a prominent entrepreneur, investor, and software engineer best known for his key role in the development of the early internet. In the early 90s, Marc co-created Mosaic, a pioneering web browser, while a student at the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign. In 1994, he founded Netscape, launching the popular Netscape Navigat…
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Actor, writer, producer, and director Daniel Kaluuya is known for his groundbreaking role in "Get Out" and his Oscar-winning portrayal of Chairman Fred Hampton in "Judas and the Black Messiah," which also earned him BAFTA, Golden Globe, and SAG Awards. Born in London, Kaluuya honed his storytelling skills from a young age, beginning his career as a…
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Robert Greene is an author known for his books on strategy, power, mastery, and seduction. The 48 Laws of Power, perhaps Greene's most famous book, found a particularly passionate audience among rappers and musicians, as the book resonates with the challenges and dynamics of the music industry. After 50 Cent read it, he approached Greene and the tw…
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Terry Gilliam is the creative, comedic mind behind some of cinema's most imaginative and thought-provoking films. The only American member of the legendary British comedy troupe Monty Python, Gilliam’s contributions to cinema include gems like Time Bandits (1981), Brazil (1985), The Fisher King (1991), Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998), and The…
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Tim DeLaughter is an Emmy nominated singer, songwriter, performer, and producer of the musical group The Polyphonic Spree. Formed in 2000 following a period of heartbreak, confusion, and uncertainty as his original band Tripping Daisy fell apart in 1999, Tim started over again. Accompanied by 23 other collaborators, draped in robes, and drunk on th…
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​​Steven Pressfield wrote for 27 years before publishing his first book, the novel The Legend of Bagger Vance. His relentless pursuit of a writing career led him through a diverse array of experiences. Along the way, he held 21 different jobs in eleven states, embracing roles such as a schoolteacher, tractor-trailer driver, and advertising professi…
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Andrew Huberman, Ph.D., is a neuroscientist and tenured professor in the Department of Neurobiology and, by courtesy, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford School of Medicine. In 2021, Huberman launched the Huberman Lab podcast. By 2023, the podcast had become the 6th most popular podcast in the US on Spotify platforms, while his YouTube c…
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Nick Cave is a musician, songwriter, author, and actor, best known as the frontman of the band Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, though is also beloved for his early group, The Birthday Party. Albums from The Boatman's Call (1997) to Skeleton Tree (2016) showcase Cave’s ability to craft emotionally charged and intellectually stimulating compositions fil…
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Robert F. Kennedy Jr and Dr. Jack Kruse join Tetragrammaton to talk about water pollution, corruption vs. capitalism, spirituality, running for office, the privatization of natural resources, the death of Robert’s uncle John F. Kennedy, the history of SV-40, the medical industrial complex, the Monsanto trial, the chronic disease epidemic, and some …
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Jamie Byng is the CEO and publisher of the independent publishing firm Canongate Books. When Canongate was on the verge of bankruptcy in 1994, Byng, then in his mid-20s, bought it with a business partner. His first move in overhauling the company's image was to establish the ultra-hip Payback and Rebel Inc. imprints, dedicated to championing cult a…
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Kenny Beats is a highly acclaimed music producer and songwriter known for his unique sound and creative approach to music production. With an impressive discography that includes collaborations with some of the biggest names in Hip Hop, Kenny has established himself as a force to be reckoned with in the industry. His distinctive style, blending tra…
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Tyler Cowen has long nurtured an obsession with music. It’s one of the few addictions Tyler believes is actually conducive to a fulfilling intellectual life. In this bonus episode, an addendum to Rick’s conversation with Tyler, Rick sits with Tyler as he plays and talks through the music that moves him: from the outer bounds of the avant-garde to c…
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Tyler Cowen is one of the top thinkers in the world: the thinkers’ thinker. A professor of economics at George Mason University, he has one of the most popular economics sites on the internet, Marginal Revolution, where he’s blogged every day for over 20 years. It also runs the online educational platform Marginal Revolution University. However, he…
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Arnold Schwarzenegger is the former governor of California, a bodybuilder, actor, businessman, philanthropist, and bestselling author. Moving from a small village in Austria to America, Schwarzenegger set out to conquer anything he could dream of. From his time as the world’s greatest bodybuilder, Hollywood’s leading action star, and the highest el…
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Jack Johnson is a singer-songwriter, musician, filmmaker, and surfer from the shores of Hawaii. Propelled by his signature blend of laid-back acoustic folk-rock and his innate ability to craft soul-stirring melodies and lyrics, Johnson’s music career took flight with the release of his debut album, the critically acclaimed Brushfire Fairytales (200…
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Carnivore Aurelius is the pseudonym used by an independent health researcher. He’s found his life’s purpose in this research and also in sharing what he’s learned with his growing online audience across social media. Carnivore Aurelius is dedicated to becoming his healthiest and happiest self, using the tools endowed to us by nature, and isn’t afra…
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Beginning with being the webmaster for the Beastie Boys in the early 1990s, Ian Rogers’ career took off and helped forge the digital music landscape as we know it today. In 2003, Rogers was plucked to head up Yahoo’s $140 million music service and spent the next twenty years bringing digital music to the mainstream—after Yahoo, with Beats and then …
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Tom Hanks is one of the few actors who has succeeded enormously in just about every part of the silver and small screens: he’s written, directed, and produced; done summer stock theater, sitcoms, blockbuster movies, prestige TV, Broadway, and worked more than credibly in both drama and comedy. For his roles in movies like Big, Forrest Gump, Apollo …
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Peter Asher is a British musician, record producer, and manager. After starting his music career in the 1960s as part of the British pop duo Peter and Gordon, Asher ran A&R at the Beatles’ Apple Records. Over the course of Asher’s prolific career as an executive and music producer, he’s worked with artists including James Taylor, Linda Ronstadt, Ch…
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Whitney Cummings is a comedian, actor, writer, producer, director, and host of the popular podcast Good for You. In 2011, at the age of 29, Cummings created two sitcoms which were both picked up to series: Whitney, which she starred in as well, and the Emmy-nominated series 2 Broke Girls. She has since written and starred in numerous TV shows and f…
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Rory Sutherland is a British advertising executive, author, and marketing visionary. He’s the UK Vice Chairman of Ogilvy, one of the world's largest and most renowned ad firms. Mad Men is largely inspired by the company and one of the firm’s founders, David Ogilvy. Rory started Ogilvy’s behavioral science practice, pioneering the application of beh…
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Judd Apatow is an American filmmaker, producer, writer, and comedian. From his breakout directorial debut, The 40-Year-Old Virgin, to the hilarious Knocked Up, the introspective This Is 40, and the bittersweet Funny People, Apatow’s movies masterfully intertwine humor and emotional resonance. In addition to his successful career in Hollywood, he ha…
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Paula Scher is one of the most influential designers of all time. A partner at Pentagram since 1991, she began her career in 1972 at CBS Records, where she eventually became the art director for the cover department, designing more than 150 album covers a year. Additionally, she has worked with a host of clients – Bloomberg, Coca-Cola, and the High…
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Andrew Hickey hosts the highly acclaimed podcast A History of Rock Music in 500 Songs. Using a single song as the centerpiece for each episode, Hickey is attempting to chart the history of rock from the beginnings of amplified guitars to modern music, with the 500th episode to draw from the year 1999. In addition to the podcast, Hickey has publishe…
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Chris Chelios is a former professional ice hockey player, widely regarded as one of the greatest defensemen in the history of the sport. Chris is a pioneer in sport for having helped popularize training for injury prevention and recovery—most famously, Chelios would stationary bike in a sauna. He played the seventh most regular season games (1,651)…
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John Mayer is an American songwriter, guitarist, and musician. He has won several Grammy awards, including Song Of The Year for “Daughters.” In addition to his successful solo career, Mayer is also a member of the band Dead & Company, which features former Grateful Dead members. He joined the band in 2015 and has since toured extensively with them …
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Will Smith began his entertainment career as the MC of the hip-hop duo DJ Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince. The duo won the first-ever Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance in 1989 for their hit song Parents Just Don't Understand. Will then transitioned into television, starring in the sitcom The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. The breakout role launched Wil…
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Andrew Henderson is an educational YouTuber, investor, world traveler, entrepreneur, and the bestselling author of Nomad Capitalist. He dropped out of Arizona State University to start his first business and then four businesses later, he sold everything and decided to travel the world. With his current company, Nomad Capitalist, Henderson has help…
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