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E282 The Dopamine Fast Concept By: Dr. Cameron Sepah Dave Asprey's new book Fast This Way just came out and I LOVE IT. I've played around with fasting with my diet for about a year now and it's made a massive impact on my life.    In this book, Dave talks about an entirely new concept of fasting called dopamine fasting. Essentially, Dr. Cameron Sepah developed this concept with the understanding that big tech and algorithms have taken over how we experience the world, and ourselves.    In today's episode, I am going to share very simple ways for us to take back control.    Like what you hear? We are honored. Hit that subscribe button and share your thoughts in a review. If you or someone you know may be a fit to be a guest on our show, please reach out to us! Balance. Optimize. Tactics.  Hit that subscribe button so that you don’t miss a day of the added value that I am dedicated to sharing with you weekly.  Let’s Connect!  Facebook  Instagram  Email:  LinkedIn  Website:
#020 - Dr. Cameron Sepah: Founder, Investor, Professor, Harvard Psychologist, & Exec Coach to Elite CEOs & VCs Dr. Sepah is a clinical psychologist, professor of psychiatry and a serial entrepreneur. He recently founded Maximus; a consumer health company that provides men with content, community, and clinical support to optimise them in mind and body. Maximus has raised $5M from Silicon Valley goats such as Founders Fund and 8VC as well as leading angel investors/operators from Bulletproof, Tinder, Coinbase, Daily Stoic, & Shopify. The guys discuss the Maximus mission, masculinity, entrepreneurship and much more. Website:​​Dr Cam's Twitter: This podcast provides regular content on technology investing and technology building. We also write long-form memos on all things tech investing and building. You can sign up for these monthly memo newsletters on the website: We break everything down to first principles, to simplify the complex technology world. We aim to bring you content that is insightful, logical, and rational. We cover tech products and tech companies across the lifecycle, from pre-seed to seed, Series A to D+, to IPOs and beyond. We also cover all investing methods including Angel Investing, Venture Capital, Private Equity, Hedge Funds, Public Markets, SPACs etc. For more information on Cyrus, Iman and the channel, check out: Apple Podcasts: Your feedback and comments are very welcome. We hope you enjoy listening as we embark on a journey to understand this space; clearly, and rationally, of course. --- Disclaimer: The content and materials provided are solely for informational purposes and do not constitute investment or legal advice. All opinions expressed by hosts and guests are solely their own opinions and do not reflect the opinion of their employer(s). No copyright infringement intended.
A Deep Dive on Founder Flourishing with Dr. Cameron Sepah We apologize for the audio quality of this episode — we had technical difficulties during recording.Remember: applications for the winter vintage of our network catalyst accelerator are due September 20 — make sure to apply before then. Check out more info below.Erik is joined on this episode by Dr. Cameron Sepah (@drsepah), founder, investor, entrepreneur, and a clinical psychologist. They talk about:- Why founders have to be “chief psychologists” (as popularized by Mark Suster)- Which frameworks for personality types are helpful and which are not- Why “to be great you have to be a bit abnormal”- His recommendations on sleep, physical activity, and nutrition- What a “dopamine fast” is and why you should commit to one- Why meditation is not a panacea- The difference between Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Cognitive-Behavioral TherapyThanks for listening — if you like what you hear, please review us on your favorite podcast platform. Check us out on the web at or get in touch with us on Twitter @villageglobal.Venture Stories is brought to you by Village Global and is hosted by co-founder and partner, Erik Torenberg._______Village Global’s Network Catalyst accelerator is a personalized program that features masterclasses from some of the best in Silicon Valley and a dedicated network leader focused on making the introductions you need to turbocharge your company. You can participate in-person in San Francisco or virtually from anywhere around the world. Find out more and apply before September 20 at
Dr. Cameron Sepah @ Trinity Ventures - Human Innovation Join us today as we speak with Dr. Cameron Sepah from Trinity Ventures about human innovation.
The Respondent w Dr. Cameron Sepah & Greg Ellis Dr. Cameron Sepah is Executive Psychologist &amp; Professor at UCSF Med School and the CEO of Maximus, a consumer health company providing content, community, and clinical support to help men optimize mind and body. He trains psychiatrists in ACT and coaches CEOs and VC's for optimal health and performance.
Ep. #8 - Dr. Cameron Sepah on Dopamine Fasting In this episode of thinkspot presents, clinical psychologist and technology entrepreneur Dr. Cameron Sepah responds to a series of thoughtful questions from the thinkspot audience in his debut Q&amp;A. Demonstrating an interdisciplinary range of expertise, Dr. Sepah offers his analysis on everything from the practical value of Jungian theory to dopamine fasting and the potential crisis of innovation in Silicon Valley.
Creating Healthy Processed Food ft. Cameron Sepah || Episode 42 Meal replacement drinks, shakes, and powders (like the popular Soylent) have taken the tech world by a storm. There's a huge and proven market for people who just don't have the time to have a well-balanced meal and would rather rely on a packaged drink that provides them the nutrition of a complete meal. Although largely supported by its users, there has recently been an increased demand for a meal replacement that makes its macros even more healthy...a keto-friendly version.   Episode 42 features Dr. Cameron Sepah, the creator of the world's first nutritionally complete ketogenic meal replacement Actualize.  A practicing clinician and contributing academic, Cameron has a unique background where he has dipped his toes in many areas of medicine, science, and tech. He was a founding team member of Omada Health, a behavioral change program that used the power of technology to help a large number of people overcome diabetes and obesity. Cameron's new pursuit, a keto-friendly version of the many meal replacements you see on the market, is aiming to change the view of processed food as being wholly unhealthy.   Geoffrey Woo and Cameron discuss the relationship between mental health and metabolic disease, how modern mainstream culture is pushing unhealthy practices, and the recent PURE study that detailed the mortality rates of people who ingested either more carbs or fats.
#140 - The Science Of Dopamine Fasting: More Than Just A Fad ft. Dr. Cameron Sepah "Dopamine Fasting" is a recent hot trend for improving productivity, mental discipline, and essentially structuring your time with what matters most to you...without modern distractions. Dopamine is neurotransmitter involved in our brain’s system for motivation, reward, and pleasure. Even when encountering seemingly innocent actions such as scrolling through your social media feed and gawking a cute puppy picture..dopamine is getting released in the brain. Could periodically abstaining from constant dopamine releases result in a better version of yourself? Dr. Cameron Sepah, a clinical professor of psychiatry at UC San Francisco and returning podcast guest, popularized dopamine fasting in August when he published a "Dopamine Fasting" guide and made the rounds in the press. “Taking a break from behaviors that trigger strong amounts of dopamine release (especially in a repeated fashion) allows our brain to recover and restore itself,” Sepah wrote in a Vox article. Without such breaks, we become habituated to high levels of the chemical, so we feel the need to seek out ever-higher doses of stimulation to achieve the same pleasurable effect. With principles of abstinence not unlike intermittent fasting, it's not a hard reach to connect the parallels between intermittent fasting and dopamine fasting. Cutting-edge "biohacker-y" practices tend to be an easy target for attracting dismissive articles that fail to take into account the actual science.. Unfortunately, it is becoming increasingly apparent that optimizing articles for "clicks" and "virality" are becoming standard practice from even the most well-respected outlets.   In this no-holds barred podcast, we interview the man behind the "Dopamine Fasting" movement.   In this episode, Geoff & Dr. Sepah discuss: · Dr. Sepha's evidence-based definition of 'dopamine fasting' vs what is being portrayed in popular media such as the NTY. · The science behind brain addiction, specifically through the lens of modern technology driven by social media, self-validation thought the internet, & more. Cameron's approach derives from cognitive behavioral science, a well-studied field of science. · The dissatisfaction Cameron felt when reading the the latest guidelines from the American Psychology Association: "Many characteristics commonly linked with masculinity — such as courage, strength, compassion, leadership, and assertiveness — are often associated with positive psychological and behavioral health. However, according to the psychological research cited in the guidelines, some masculine social norms can have negative consequences for the health of boys and men."   Without a doubt, it's a hefty & multi-faced topic. We hope you enjoy this honest conversation! Follow Dr. Cameron Sepah here:   Save 25% off H.V.M.N. Performance Supplements here: (offer valid until Until January 31st, 2020) _________________________________________________________________ SUBSCRIBE for weekly content. COMMENT your thoughts below or message us
Cameron Sepah, UCLA PhD, Executive Psychologist and Venture Capitalist Dr. Sepah covers his studies at UCLA’s #1 clinical psychology program, work as a founding employee at a $600M startup, and coach to CEOs and athletes. Other topics include culture, happiness, and performance management.
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