Gretchen Rubin: How to Get Rid of Mental Clutter

The James Altucher Show | 5 March 2019 | 1h 30m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with Gretchen Rubin about her book Outer Order, Inner Calm: Declutter and Organize to Make More Room for Happiness. Practical tips and interesting insights on how decluttering on all sorts of fronts lifts happiness.

Roger McNamee: Every Tech Billionaire’s Mentor

The James Altucher Show | 14 February 2019 | 0h 54m | Listen Later  | iTunes
Interview with Roger McNamee, founding partner of venture capital firm Elevation Partners and author of Zucked: Waking Up to the Facebook Catastrophe. Anecdotes and perspective on tech startups based on mentoring Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg. Insights about Facebook and the 2016 election and the way Facebook and Google gather data to manipulate our attention to their ends.

Robert Greene – The Laws of Human Nature

The James Altucher Show | 23 October 2018 | 1h 30m | Listen Later  | iTunes
Robert Greene on the ideas in The Laws of Human Nature, which explains the hidden science behind human behaviour. Greene explains why we see so much irrational behaviour around us and in ourselves. Includes concrete advice on ways you can start to change your behaviour.

Yuval Noah Harari – Are You Imagining The Future Correctly?

The James Altucher Show | 18 September 2018 | 1h 04m | Listen Later  | iTunes
Interview with Yuval Noah Hariri about his book, 21 Lessons for The 21st Century. Covers the myth of free will, perception, mental health, the rise of robots, algorithms, hackers, automation and how to prepare for these changes.

Tucker Max – Speak Your Truth or Be Silenced

The James Altucher Show | 25 September 2018 | 1h 07m | Listen Later  | iTunes
Discussion with Tucker Max about book publishing, media, the Overton window, virtue signalling, and separating the truth from everything else.

Bassem Youssef: The Bravery to Speak Out

The James Altucher Show | 30 August 2018 | 1h 10m | Listen Later  | iTunes
Interview with Bassem Youssef, an Egyptian surgeon, who took to YouTube during the revolution to report what was really happening, quickly garnering an audience of 30m. With satire and comedy to defuse the tension, he told a story that changed lives.