This week's guest is Jared Rodriguez. He teaches at Northwestern, DePaul, and the University of Illinois, Chicago, and is a Doctoral Candidate in African American Studies at Northwestern University. He joins Brett to talk about the journey of a "Black Newyorican" kid in public housing to being a professor and doctoral candidate.Read More
Marina Epelman is a professor of Industrial and Operations Engineering at the University of Michigan. She also grew up in the USSR. She joins Brett to talk about math, education, and life in Russia.Read More
Micah Redding is a software developer, writer, and podcaster, and the Executive Director of the Christian Transhumanist Association. He joins Brett to talk about religion, Transhumanism, and the intersection of the two.Read More
Adam Wuerl, an aerospace engineer and an advanced concept manager at blue origin, joins Brett to talk about the future of people living in space.Read More
Digital Marketing Strategist Jon Leland joins Brett for a wide-ranging Perfect 6 episode.Read More
Mike Flynn, asset manager, serial hobbyist, and blogger/podcaster joins Brett to talk about their six favorite things ever today.Read More
Jai Bentley-Payne, doctoral student and lecturer at the University of Aukland, joins Brett to discuss their similar mental health issues, life in New Zealand, fatherhood, and living (and thriving) with pain.Read More
Ingmar Wittkau, a software developer from Germany, joins Brett to talk about their favorite things this week.Read More
Jim Krenz is a magician. He's also a Mac geek, an app nerd, and a writer who loves sleight-of-hand, chess, GTD, movies, tech, and gaming. He joins Brett for an especially nerdy Perfect 6.Read More
Rabbi Eric Linder returns for a discussion of God, music, movies, and memory.Read More
David Sparks, a.k.a. MacSparky, joins Brett for a Top-3-Picks-only episode. And of course to talk about the new book they co-wrote.Read More
Elle Newman, a yoga teacher, facilitator, life coach, and long-time friend of Brett's is the first guest in a series of Top-3-Picks-only episodes of Systematic where we'll let the picks and resulting discussions do the talking.Read More
This week's guest is Allison Sheridan, a technology geek podcaster with an "ever so slight" Apple bias. We talk about her plethora of podcasts, musical anhedonia, and mastering new skills.Read More
Kristofer Schofield is a letter carrier with Canada Post. He takes a break from his 22,000 step day to join Brett for a conversation about ADHD, photography, passionate music, and rally cars.Read More
Shawn Blanc, writer, blogger, podcaster, and Tae Kwon Do black belt, joins Brett to talk about his new video series, Learn Ulysses, subscription software models, and indie publishing.
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Sal Soghoian was known as the "AppleScript and Automator guy" at Apple for 20 years, and is now heading up the upcoming CMD-D conference. He joins Brett to talk about his history, his future, and throw in a couple of amazing Steve Jobs stories.
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Carey and Demir Gjokaj are the husband-and-wife team behind the Lifehack Bootcamp, an intensive online course in not only learning new productivity skills but changing the habits that stop you from implementing them.
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Dean Pribetic is a facilitator out of Melbourne, Australia. He joins Brett to talk about helping employees of companies and other groups open conversations and solve issues. Visualization, mindfulness, and top picks from a wide gamut of interests.Read More
Merlin Mann, podcaster, man about the internet, and devastatingly handsome provocateur, joins Brett to talk about the state of writing on the web, Merlin's podcasts, and maybe even some politics.
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La Crosse, Wisconsin is the home of The Warehouse, an institution that has grown over 26 years to be a phenomenal hub of youth expression and musical exposure, as well as a safe place for high school kids and beyond. Sometimes a music venue is a music venue, and sometimes it's a home --- and a second family. Warehouse founder Steve Harm joins Brett to talk about the long life of one such venue.Read More