Game Changers: What Leaders, Innovators, and Mavericks Do to Win at Life
The bestselling author of Head Strong and The Bulletproof Diet answers the question, “How can I kick more ass at life?” by culling the wisdom of world-class thought leaders, maverick scientists, and disruptive entrepreneurs to provide proven techniques for becoming happier, healthier, and smarter.
When Dave Asprey started his Bulletproof Radio podcast more than five yea...more
And sometimes really funny, so bad.
For example. When explaining the whole Dual n Back training he states that it improves the fluid intelligence with 50%.
Meaning from 100 to 150.
Also it greatly improves math capabilities.
A few minutes (paragraphs) later he states that he couldn't imagine giving talks with only half the fluid intelligence that he had before the training.
Okay. 100 isn't half from 150.
Then he says that almost all ultra endurance athletes uses nootropi ...more
It is our mitochondria that controls how we survive with the three F's. Fear which is fight or flee, feed what just make sure you eat to stay alive, and fornicate to make sure the species continues.
Focusing on your weaknesses makes you weaker.
Daily brain power is finite therefore it becomes imperative to prioritize on highly impactful things you love and getting rid of things that drain you!
LAW 1: the power of saying no.
Be honest with what's important to you.
Anytime yo ...more
Biohacking is great. Using substances ...more
What I liked the most is that every law is independent. It is not necessary to start ...more
Our bodies and minds are held back by unhelpful patterns of thoughts and behaviors, which revolve around food, fear and sex. By understanding how our bodies and minds work, we can overcome these patterns and enhance our ability to generate, preserve and deploy our time and energy. With a clear conception of our goals and by carefully setti ...more
The most important things for the successful people are nutrition, relationships, and self awareness. ...more
2. Get Into the Habit of Getting Smarter,
9. You Get Out What You Put In and
13. Reset Your Programming.
I listened to it on audio, and have since bought the hardcover so that I can go through and take notes and have the book for reference.
I don't have access to all his products, but thats fine - its a life hack, so you can tweak accordingly and gradually improve on it.
If you don’t know who Dave Asprey is go listen to the 10 newest episodes of his podcast. There are over 500 episode right now and he’s continually keeping in touch with his audience. He’s the creator of bulletproof and the more research I do the more I want to learn on all aspects of my wellbeing. This book is a great start to diving in.
MY RATING ★★★★☆
4 - Great Book. I really enjoyed this work. It might not have changed my life (yet) but it was full of knowledge ...more
What emer ...more
Measure your results and draw your own conclusions. Most of them have worked for me, not all, but a majority are worth your time. Dave Asprey is driven by a long term vision and ...more
I did find some of the recommendations a bit hypocritical and contradictory. One chapter espouses the benefits of focusing in oneself getting sleep and meditation while then uses supporting examples of ...more
Some people may think that to be successful, there's a magical formula that you you only have to apply to your life, but in reality, it's as simple as changing your mindset for the better.
Encouraging yourself to pick up good habits and take care of yourself starting with small thi ...more
But the audio book came with a download with all his key suggestions. I have this on my desk and periodically move through the suggestions. There are many many powerful life-changing, discipline developing ideas and resources.
The standouts were the ch ...more
Thus, I read according to what I thought was interesting from a table of contents skim and surprisingly, the final two chapters I read, which were final because I thought they were of the least utility (excluding those chapters which I skipped), ending up being the most profound. In the order of ...more