#44 Chris Voss and Jordan B. Peterson on Negotiating     Chris Voss (former lead FBI hostage and kidnapping negotiator, author, and CEO of Black Swan Ltd.) joins @Jordan B Peterson and Mikhaila Peterson, to discuss his book Never Split the Difference, highlighting some of his guiding principles to use in negotiations at work, home,…

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#43 – Dr. Benjamin Bikman – Insulin Resistance and Why We Get Sick     Dr. Benjamin Bikman (author of Why We Get Sick) sits down with Mikhaila to discuss insulin resistance and sensitivity, curing type 2 diabetes, why our current method of diabetes treatment doesn’t help, how some people can gain weight easier and…

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#42 – Dr. Dome – Biological Dentistry     @Dr. Dominik Nischwitz is a practitioner of biological dentistry and author of “It’s All in Your Mouth: Biological Dentistry and the Surprising Impact of Oral Health on Whole Body Wellness.” Dr. Dome and I discuss biological dentistry, the teeth and mouths’ huge role in digestive and…

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#41 – Yeonmi Park – Escaping North Korea     Yeonmi Park is a North Korean defector, human rights activist, and the author of In Order To Live. Mikhaila and Yeonmi discuss her incredible story of escaping North Korea, and Yeonmi’s current opinions on issues in modern eastern and western society. Find more of Yeonmi…

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#40 – Dr. James DiNicolantonio – Everything Salt   “The key with the United States is that the norm is being sick and because that is the norm we don’t have good data on healthy people.”   @Jennette McCurdy (American actress, singer, songwriter, YouTuber, producer, and writer) and I sit down and discuss working as…

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#39 – Jennette McCurdy – Writing Your Own Story   “There’s something about art that I can put an end to this thing that there really is no end to. It’s such a nebulous life, weird trauma thing that I can at least find the story in it and move on from it in as…

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#38 – Andrew Huberman – Neurotransmitters and Stress   Andrew Huberman, Ph.D. (professor of Neurobiology and Ophthalmology at Stanford University of Medicine) and I discuss how our brains function, the effects of chronic stress and drugs, and beneficial habits to incorporate into your routine for positive brain health. Find more Prof. Andrew Huberman on Instagram…

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#37 – Marian Tupy: Things Are Not As Bad As They Appear   “Things are a lot less worse than we think they are. We have a built-in negativity bias from evolution that makes us generally pessimistic. When you start to look at the data you see things are not as bad as we think…

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#36 Wim Hof and Jordan Peterson   ​ Wim Hof is an absolute legend, holding twenty-six world records for performing unbelievable feats of human conditioning and breaking barriers that science did not believe possible. Wim, Jordan B Peterson, and Mikhaila Peterson discuss those incredible feats, go into detail about exactly how to perform his breath…

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