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#19: Richard X Zawitz: Art, Tangle, and Achieving Peace Through Creativity

Richard X Zawitz is a sculptor, inventor and Thaumaturgist. He is well known for creating  the Tangle which has sold of 100 million editions globally. Zawitz’s work in sculpture has been devoted to manifesting essences and energies of Chinese Taoism, Zen, and other metaphysical and alchemical traditions. Over the past 40 years, he has dedicated is life to the promotion of peace and creativity on this planet.

Episode 18: Anthony Gold – Building Positive Frameworks, Entrepreneurship, and Empowering Women in Technology

Anthony Gold is an investor, entrepreneur, leader in the open source movement, and a strong advocate for empowering women in the workplace. Anthony has co-founder and advised on many companies including the Open Source Alliance, ROAR for Good, TechGirlz, HeForSWE, and more. His main focus is on building companies whose mission is to make a difference in the world. A student of Life, he hosts the podcast, Anthony’s Desk and writes articles on various topics from business to leadership.

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Related Links:

https://www.anthonypgold.com/

“Why failure lessons only work if you are open to understand why you failed”

Book Recommendations:

  • Man’s Search for Meaning
  • Deep Work
  • Getting Things Done
  • The Lean Startup
  • The Power of Habit
  • A Course in Miracles

Episode 17: Jay Solomon – Qasem Soleimani, Iran’s Retaliation, and the NPT

Jay Solomon returns! Jay is an author and an award-winning journalist who formerly served as the chief foreign correspondent for The Wall Street Journal. During his time with the Journal, he was stationed in Jakarta, Indonesia; Seoul, South Korea; New Delhi, India; and Washington, D.C., covering national security and U.S. foreign policy. Mr. Solomon is also currently a fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, where he is an expert on Iran’s and North Korea’s nuclear programs and weapons proliferation networks in the Middle East.

Episode 16: Scott Adams – On Creating Dilbert, Positive Affirmations, and Loser Think

Scott Adams is the creator behind the well renowned Dilbert Comic strip, author of several books, and entrepreneur. Adam’s books include, Win Bigly, Loser Think, and How to Fail at Almost Anything and Still Wing Big. He credits much of his success in his career, including Dilbert, to positive affirmations. Adams is also the recipient of numerous prestigious awards in his industry.

 

Episode 15: Frederick Woodruff – Astrology, Culture, and the Search for Meaning

Frederick Woodruff is a professional astrologer from Vashon Island in Washington State. He writes regularly on the merger of popular culture and astrology on his website AstroInquiry.com His latest book, Skywriter: Notes on Modern Astrology is available through his website. His current project, The Mindfuck: The Escape from How-To Culture is scheduled for publication in early 2021. 
 

Episode 14: John Wendel – Fatal1ty, Professional Gaming, and The Future of eSports

Johnathan “Fatal1ty” Wendel is an early pioneer of competitive gaming and was once considered to be one of the best professional gamers in the world. He Founded Fatal1ty which licenses the brand to gaming hardware and accessory manufacturers. Johnathan was inducted into the International Video Game Hall of Game in August 2010 and holds a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records.

Episode 13: September Cowley – Linguistics, Language Acquisition, and Miscommunication

September Cowley is a 3rd year linguistics PhD Student at UC San Diego. Her focuses include, second language acquisition, miscommunication, and sociolinguistics. As part of her goal to make knowledge about language and language science more widely available, September writes on second language learning for Chatterbug, a language learning company.

Episode 12: Dan Schilling – Black Hawk Down, John Chapman, Combat Control, and Developing Discipline

Dan Schilling is an author and a former combat controller. He is well known for serving in Operation Gothic Serpent (Black Hawk Down) and writing Alone at Dawn which details the story of Medal of Honor recipient John Chapman. Schilling holds the Guinness World Record for most BASE jumps in 24 hours (201).

Episode 10: Michael Maher – On Building a Successful Brand, Embracing Change, and Overcoming Adversity

Michael Maher is the co-founder of the San Francisco based apparel company, Taylor Stitch. Inspired & Designed in California, Taylor Stitch apparel is constructed to perfection and responsibly built for the long haul. Maher shares his thoughts on the challenges, and experiences of building a successful men’s apparel company from the ground up.

#19: Richard X Zawitz: Art, Tangle, and Achieving Peace Through Creativity

Richard X Zawitz is a sculptor, inventor and Thaumaturgist. He is well known for creating  the Tangle which has sold of 100 million editions globally. Zawitz’s work in sculpture has been devoted to manifesting essences and energies of Chinese Taoism, Zen, and other metaphysical and alchemical traditions. Over the past 40 years, he has dedicated is life to the promotion of peace and creativity on this planet.

Episode 18: Anthony Gold – Building Positive Frameworks, Entrepreneurship, and Empowering Women in Technology

Anthony Gold is an investor, entrepreneur, leader in the open source movement, and a strong advocate for empowering women in the workplace. Anthony has co-founder and advised on many companies including the Open Source Alliance, ROAR for Good, TechGirlz, HeForSWE, and more. His main focus is on building companies whose mission is to make a difference in the world. A student of Life, he hosts the podcast, Anthony’s Desk and writes articles on various topics from business to leadership.

Return To Podcasts

Related Links:

https://www.anthonypgold.com/

“Why failure lessons only work if you are open to understand why you failed”

Book Recommendations:

  • Man’s Search for Meaning
  • Deep Work
  • Getting Things Done
  • The Lean Startup
  • The Power of Habit
  • A Course in Miracles

Episode 17: Jay Solomon – Qasem Soleimani, Iran’s Retaliation, and the NPT

Jay Solomon returns! Jay is an author and an award-winning journalist who formerly served as the chief foreign correspondent for The Wall Street Journal. During his time with the Journal, he was stationed in Jakarta, Indonesia; Seoul, South Korea; New Delhi, India; and Washington, D.C., covering national security and U.S. foreign policy. Mr. Solomon is also currently a fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, where he is an expert on Iran’s and North Korea’s nuclear programs and weapons proliferation networks in the Middle East.

Episode 16: Scott Adams – On Creating Dilbert, Positive Affirmations, and Loser Think

Scott Adams is the creator behind the well renowned Dilbert Comic strip, author of several books, and entrepreneur. Adam’s books include, Win Bigly, Loser Think, and How to Fail at Almost Anything and Still Wing Big. He credits much of his success in his career, including Dilbert, to positive affirmations. Adams is also the recipient of numerous prestigious awards in his industry.

 

Episode 15: Frederick Woodruff – Astrology, Culture, and the Search for Meaning

Frederick Woodruff is a professional astrologer from Vashon Island in Washington State. He writes regularly on the merger of popular culture and astrology on his website AstroInquiry.com His latest book, Skywriter: Notes on Modern Astrology is available through his website. His current project, The Mindfuck: The Escape from How-To Culture is scheduled for publication in early 2021. 
 

Episode 14: John Wendel – Fatal1ty, Professional Gaming, and The Future of eSports

Johnathan “Fatal1ty” Wendel is an early pioneer of competitive gaming and was once considered to be one of the best professional gamers in the world. He Founded Fatal1ty which licenses the brand to gaming hardware and accessory manufacturers. Johnathan was inducted into the International Video Game Hall of Game in August 2010 and holds a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records.

Episode 13: September Cowley – Linguistics, Language Acquisition, and Miscommunication

September Cowley is a 3rd year linguistics PhD Student at UC San Diego. Her focuses include, second language acquisition, miscommunication, and sociolinguistics. As part of her goal to make knowledge about language and language science more widely available, September writes on second language learning for Chatterbug, a language learning company.

Episode 12: Dan Schilling – Black Hawk Down, John Chapman, Combat Control, and Developing Discipline

Dan Schilling is an author and a former combat controller. He is well known for serving in Operation Gothic Serpent (Black Hawk Down) and writing Alone at Dawn which details the story of Medal of Honor recipient John Chapman. Schilling holds the Guinness World Record for most BASE jumps in 24 hours (201).

Episode 10: Michael Maher – On Building a Successful Brand, Embracing Change, and Overcoming Adversity

Michael Maher is the co-founder of the San Francisco based apparel company, Taylor Stitch. Inspired & Designed in California, Taylor Stitch apparel is constructed to perfection and responsibly built for the long haul. Maher shares his thoughts on the challenges, and experiences of building a successful men’s apparel company from the ground up.

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