Episode 10: Part 2 of an interview with Casey Fenton, CEO and Founder of UpStock (http://upstock.io), and Co-Founder of CouchSurfing (http://couchsurfing.org). Listen to Episode 9 for part 1 of this interview on Ego Hacking.
In this episode Trent and Casey discuss health hacks, how to live longer, and how to improve your overall health with simple tips and tricks.
"If you can get someone in your life who loves you, to help you hack yourself… to get you to think 'I care about my health, I care about my health, I want to live a healthy way for a long time.' Get someone to help you get that kernel, that little nugget that is health hacking, and that will grow."
"You will start to see all little things in your environment, all over the place, that corroborate and bolster of this identity that 'I care about my health, and I love myself,' and all that good stuff."- Casey Fenton
Episode 9: In this episode Trent Lapinski interviews Casey Fenton, CEO and Founder of UpStock (http://upstock.io), and Co-Founder of CouchSurfing (http://couchsurfing.org), who is working on a new book on ego hacking.
In this episode Trent and Casey discuss some of the techniques Casey has been researching and presenting that are going to be included in his new book which he's still working on.
"It is so important to think about how we become our identity. We have to be very careful with how we are programmed. What is in our identity? What does that cause? We automatically find more of it, whatever it is. A lot of the time the authentic self is intuitively what I feel in my heart and soul, but maybe that authentic self was programmed by society, maybe that was no programmed by you. Maybe that authentic self means self author."
"It is interesting, is the ego, is the identity, are the things inside me, are they self authored? Or are they authored by others? We want to rationalize who we are, we want to feel good. We want to say, 'oh well I made all that stuff,' but did we?" -Casey Fenton
Check out part two of this interview: Health Hacks with Casey Fenton
Episode 8: In this episode we sit down with Garry Tan and Brett Gibson of Initialized Capital and discuss emerging technologies such as cryptocurrency, blockchain, and what sets them apart from other venture capital firms.
"People are conditioned for 200 milliseconds at this point. Even waiting 5-seconds for a little spinner is not going to cut it."- Garry Tan
"Privacy is going to be a big deal for the blockchain and crypto technologies." - Brett Gibson
"It really is about those users, and what's their experience. We want to help other fellow hackers who are builders." - Garry Tan
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Episode 7: An interview with Ralph Liu, CEO and Founder of MuleChain.com. In this episode we discuss blockchain, supply chain management, logistics, and the delivery industry.
“We are going to disrupt the entire logistics industry…This concept is what I call convenience assistance services.“—Ralph Liu
Episode 6: An interview with Natalie Fratto, VP at Silicon Valley Bank. In this episode we discuss everything from quantum computing, artificial intelligence, to adaptability.
Episode 5: An interview with Nick Soman, CEO of Decent.com, on how to fix the healthcare industry using blockchain technology.
On this special edition episode, Hacker Noon Founder & CEO David Smooke guest hosts to discuss the process of making great products with newly hired interim CTO Dane Lyons. Dane is the founder of v1labs & Knowtify, and he is one of the best product minds around.
"To build a good product, you've got to embrace change," says Dane Lyons. "When you have a product and you change something about the product, there's really only three outcomes. It's going to get better, it's going to get worse, or it's going to stay the same. "
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Episode 4: An interview with Greg Osuri founder of http://Akash.network and Overclock Labs. In this episode we discuss DevOps, and what it takes to scale and run a decentralized infrastructure network.
Episode 3: An interview with Kelley Weaver, CEO of https://www.melrosepr.com/. In this episode we discuss cryptocurrency, blockchain, marketing, PR techniques, and life hacks.
On the first episode of the Hacker Noon Podcast, hosted by Trent Lapinski, Trent talked to Hiten Shah, a serial entrepreneur known for founding CrazyEgg, and KISSmetricswith Neil Patel. Hiten is currently working on Product Habits, as well as his latest startup FYI.
In this episode Trent and Hiten discuss starting startups, marketing, what it takes to run a business, and Hiten’s favorite life hack.
Video of David Smooke, CEO and founder of Hacker Noon, introduces Trent Lapinski the new host for the Hacker Noon Podcast.
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