3 Books With Neil Pasricha

3 Books With Neil Pasricha

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16: Mitchell Kaplan on cultivating connection, Colorado quests, and creating community
Nov 7 • 60 min
Did you know the average person lives for 1,000 months? Or that the average person is awake for 1,000 minutes per day? That’s why I like the number 1,000 so much, and partly why I started my blog 1,000 Awesome Things about ten years ago. It’s why…
15: Mitch Albom on making music, managing mojo, and memorializing Morrie
Oct 24 • 43 min
Oh, this life, this world. As Mitch says, once you find purpose, and once you find style… what’s left? Beauty. What’s left is finding and putting out beauty into the world. There are not many writers who have genuinely figured this out … but…
14: Rich Gibbons on paid public preaching, parenting prescriptions, and pickles with perfectionism
Oct 8 • 80 min
“On the one hand, information wants to be expensive because it’s so valuable. The right information in the right place just changes your life. On the other hand, information wants to be free because the cost of getting it out is getting lower and…
13: Ariel Bissett on brag-worthy book hauls, brainwashing beasts, and building BookTube
Sep 24 • 103 min
Do you remember the first person who introduced you to the love of reading? Was it a teacher? A parent? A friend? For me, it was my third-grade teacher. I remember on the first day of class we all gathered on this old, dusty green carpet and Mrs….
12: Chris Anderson on tackling tribalism, trusting trust, and transforming TED talks
Sep 9 • 87 min
What was the first TED Talk you ever watched? Was it Do schools kill creativity? by Ken Robinson? Was it The power of vulnerability by Brené Brown? Whatever it is I bet you felt a bit like you stumbled onto an…
11: Kerri Kolen on creepy closets, crafting cosmos, and courageously confined kids
Aug 26 • 96 min
Our world is so full. Our world is so busy. Our world is so cluttered. Newspaper boxes. Pop-up ads. TVs in elevators. There are so many things trying to grab our attention. So many reaching out with their little fish lures to poke and grab us…
10: Elan Mastai on astronomical advances, artistic ambitions, and advice for aspiring authors
Aug 11 • 91 min
Do you make your own luck? Do you really control what happens? Or do you simply dump everything you can in the system, press the big green button, and then hang on for the hairy-scary ride? Elan Mastai is the award-winning screenwriter and…
9: Dave Barry on snappy satire, secret societies, and singing with Stephen King
Jul 27 • 91 min
Do you remember the comedy dry zone? I’m talking about the barren, hardscrabble times when getting a free laugh from the comfort of your toilet wasn’t easy. Before Internet memes, before parody Twitter themes, before viral SNL skits, before…
8: Sarah Andersen on composing cartoons, combating critics, and cultivating creativity
Jul 12 • 71 min
It’s getting tougher to grow up these days. We’re surrounded by endlessly reflecting images of everyone else having fun without us. There are incredible pressures to achieve, to be ourselves and be different, to stand up and stand…
7: The world’s greatest Uber driver on setting your own standards and sharing secrets of stellar service
Jun 28 • 114 min
Tap into the mind of the greatest Uber driver and learn how to navigate life with integrity, ambition and persistence.
6: Judy Blume on bouncing balls, biting breasts, and building bookstores
Jun 13 • 55 min
Learn about the power of books on children and the value of less censorship when it comes to book choices.
5: Gretchen Rubin on pinpointing personal patterns to perfecting our paths
May 29 • 40 min
Listen in as Gretchen shares why biographies and memoirs are more informative than self-help books and how one diet radically changed her life.
4: Sarah Ramsey on beating book blame with brilliant bookselling
May 15 • 80 min
Listen to me talk about blame, beauty, and growth with my favorite bookseller, Sarah Ramsey.
3: Bestselling author Seth Godin on the stories you tell yourself
Apr 29 • 113 min
See what unexpected books Seth Godin chooses to share as his 3 most formative books.
2: Frank Warren of PostSecret on understanding your past to control your future
Apr 15 • 60 min
Learn about Frank Warren’s 3 most formative books that influenced how he found his voice and tells people’s stories.
1: Beginning the Hunt for Life-changing Books … in the Basement with my Wife Leslie
Mar 31 • 42 min
Learn about the importance of finding life-changing books and get to know more about Neil Pasricha’s vision behind the new 3 Books Podcast.
3 Books With Neil Pasricha: A Podcast Trailer
Mar 27 • 3 min
Listen in for a hint of what’s to come with five-time NYT Bestselling Author Neil Pasricha’s brand new podcast: 3 Books With Neil Pasricha