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The Moonshots Podcast goes behind the scenes of the world's greatest superstars, thinkers and entrepreneurs to discover the secrets to their success. We deconstruct their success from mindset to daily habits so that we can apply it to our lives. Join us as we 'learn out loud' from Elon Musk, Brene Brown to emerging talents like David Goggins.
The Moonshots Podcast goes behind the scenes of the world's greatest superstars, thinkers and entrepreneurs to discover the secrets to their success. We deconstruct their success from mindset to daily habits so that we can apply it to our lives. Join us as we 'learn out loud' from Elon Musk, Brene Brown to emerging talents like David Goggins. << Show Less
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Walt Disney: The Disney Strategy Walt Disney is famous for his ability to transform incredibly creative ideas into profitable realities. The process he used to brainstorm and develop theme parks and movies, has turned into a replicable process called “Disney’s Creative Strategy” by NLP expert Robert Dilts in 1994.Disney’s Creative Strategy can be used to create new products or to solve problems. Its simple to use as an individual, as a team, or even as an organization. The strategy includes three roles or mindsets that each have a specific goal.
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Snippet of Moonshots - Learning From Innovators: Lady Gaga, Part 2 Lady Gaga was the first star to rename her fanbase, calling them the "little monsters." Gaga has always enjoyed a special connection with her fans, and in this clip, she talks about how their support has gotten her through some tough times in her life. No matter what's going on in her career or personal life, gaga says, whenever she's at the "Monster Ball," everything else fades away, leaving her in an "electric chapel."
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Snippet of Moonshots - Learning from Innovators: Lady Gaga, Part 1 In this introduction to the universe of Lady Gaga, we meet Stephanie Germanotta playing piano and singing in a New York bar. For a while, no one was interested in Stephanie's music or her act,. But then she created and became Lady Gaga, catapulting herself to international superstardom. Now, now everyone knows Stepanie's name, but everyone knows Gaga's.
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Walt Disney: The Disney Strategy Walt Disney is famous for his ability to transform incredibly creative ideas into profitable realities. The process he used to brainstorm and develop theme parks and movies, has turned into a replicable process called “Disney’s Creative Strategy” by NLP expert Robert Dilts in 1994.Disney’s Creative Strategy can be used to create new products or to solve problems. Its simple to use as an individual, as a team, or even as an organization. The strategy includes three roles or mindsets that each have a specific goal.
Managing People Hello members and subscribers! The tenth Moonshots Master episode is here and we are diving into Leadership and Managing People!To get us inspired towards the topic of Managing People we start with the Moonshots Master himself, Simon Sinek, who tells us about his first job after college, and the importance of empathy. We then hear from the motivational powerhouse, Tony Robbins, who suggests that in order to lead - rather than manage - you need to be able to read your team first. The Apple leader, Steve Jobs, then discusses what made Apple so good at managing people, and how you have to be run by ideas, not hierarchy.Now we start framing the concept of Managing People in order to fully understand ways of approaching it. We learn from Seth Godin that leaders must take responsibility, and inspire teams without using fear. Author and personal development trainer Brendon Burchard encourages us to be patient, and keep humanity the focus of collaboration and management, even when dealing with frustrating people. Simon Sinek closes this section by breaking down the meaning behind ‘Leaders Eat Last'.In our adoption section, we hear techniques that help us reframe our approaches to managing people. MindToolsVideos breakdown and explain the GROW model. Closing the Master Series show we hear from Simon Sinek once more, as he explains how to build relationships that inspire change, and how mentorship is like friendship.What key lesson are you taking from this Master Series show? Get in touch and let us know! Thanks for listening. That’s a wrap.
Stephen R Covey: The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People Part One: Listener Favourite The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey is written on Covey's belief that the way we see the world is entirely based on our own perceptions. In order to change a given situation, we must change ourselves, and in order to change ourselves, we must be able to change our perceptions.We all want to succeed. And one path to success is identifying the habits that can help us on our journey.
Jen Sincero: You Are a Badass You are a badass is a self-help book for people who desperately want to improve their lives but don’t want to get busted doing it. In this entertaining how-to guide, bestselling author and success coach, Jen Sincero, serves up 27 bitesize chapters full of hilariously inspiring stories, sage advice, easy exercises, and the occasional swear word, helping you to Identify and change the self-sabotaging beliefs and behaviors that stop you from getting what you want and create a life you totally love.
Jim Kwik: Limitless - Upgrade Your Brain For the last 25 years, Jim Kwik has helped everyone from celebrities to CEOs to students improve their memory, increase their decision-making skills, learn to speed-read, and unleash their superbrains.In Limitless, readers will learn Jim's revolutionary strategies and shortcuts to break free from their perceived limitations. They'll learn how to supercharge their brains with simple, actionable tools to sharpen the mind, enhance focus, and fast-track their fullest potential.
Robert Sharma: The 5 AM Club Legendary leadership and elite performance expert Robin Sharma introduced The 5am Club concept over twenty years ago, based on a revolutionary morning routine that has helped his clients maximize their productivity, activate their best health, and bulletproof their serenity in this age of overwhelming complexity. Part manifesto for mastery, part playbook for genius-grade productivity and part companion for a life lived beautifully, The 5am Club is a work that will transform your life. Forever.
Second Order Thinking Hello members and subscribers! The ninth Moonshots Master episode is here and we are diving into Critical Thinking and SECOND ORDER THINKING!Helping set the scene for Second Order Thinking we think it only right to start with Howard Marks, who explains why if you think the same as everyone else you're not going to be a superior investor. We then have breakdowns, courtesy Yanis from Time Management and Productivity, of both Second Order Thinking and how it influences future actions, as well as Second Order Consequences and how every action has a consequence.Now it’s time to truly understand the concept of Second Order Thinking, so we break down some thinking from Roman Krznaric of Big Think, who tells us that it is possible to utilise long term thinking and imagine the future if you retrain your brain. Swedish Investor then breaks down Howard Marks’ 3 chapters on risk, and how understand, recognize, and control it. Lastly, we have Taylor Benterud, who creates a great example of second order consequences for us, demonstrating some long-term thinking as a mental model with an agency model example.Helping us adopt the practice and techniques of Second Order Thinking we get introduced to the concept of critical thinking with the TED-Ed channel which help us find the most useful information. We then have Jordan Peterson teaching us how critical thinking and writing are so interconnected. And finally, we have classic Moonshotter Adam Grant who emphasises the power of procrastination, and how it’s essential to leave yourself enough time to really think and grow.Our reading list is full of tips, tricks and tools to help you harness your thinking, decision making and Second Order Thinking:
The Most Important Thing: Uncommon Sense for the Thoughtful Investor, Howard Marks
Howard Marks' Second Level Thinking Skills, MindTools
Second-Order Thinking: What Smart People Use to Outperform, Farnham Street
Second Order Thinking, Noah Pepper on Medium
Second Order Thinking: Thinking Practice To Make Better Decisions, TechTello
Super Thinking: The Big Book of Mental Models, Gabriel Weinberg and Lauren McCann
Thinking, Fast and Slow Paperback, Daniel Kahneman
Second-order thinking, UnTools
5 tips to improve your critical thinking, Samantha Agoos
Making Better Decisions With Second-Order Thinking, SchoolOfMomentum
Dr Jordan B. Peterson’s 10 Step Guide to Clearer Thinking Through Essay Writing

Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don't Know, Adam Grant
Originals: How Non-Conformists Move the World, Adam Grant
What key lesson are you taking from this episode? Get in touch and let us know! Thanks for listening. That’s a wrap.
Dale Carnegie: How to Win Friends and Influence People: Listener’s Favourite The most successful leaders all have one thing in common: They've read How to Win Friends and Influence People. As a salesman at one point in his life, author Dale Carnegie made his sales territory the national leader for the firm he worked for.Carnegie eventually ended his sales career and taught public speaking. Even Warren Buffet, one of the most successful investors of the 20th century, took Carnegie's course at age 20.Fortunately for us, all the same lessons were packaged into the now-famous book, How to Win Friends and Influence People.
Daniel H. Pink: The Power of Regret Episode 170: Daniel H. Pink: 'Regret is not dangerous or abnormal, it is healthy and universal, an integral part of being human', Daniel H. Pink writes in his provocative and eye-opening new book. The Power Of Regret. 'Done right, it needn't bring us down; it can lift us up.'Drawing from research in social psychology, neuroscience, biology, and more, as well as from more than 10,000 people in 35 countries around the world who responded to his World Regret Survey - the largest of its kind ever conducted - Pink challenges the idea of regret being a drag on our self-esteem and outlook. In fact, understanding how regret actually works and using those insights to reframe our perspective of it will help us reclaim regret and bring greater meaning to our lives.
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