Matt Clifford is the co-founder of Entrepreneur First, the world's leading technology talent investor. In this episode we discuss:
- The qualities aspiring entrepreneurs should be looking to cultivate
- The environmental characteristics that produce startup hubs
- What Matt has learned from creating over 100 startups in the tech space
So whether you’re looking to build a startup or want to get some insight into the tech trends that will affect us in the future, this episode has you covered.
While your brain doesn’t come with a user’s manual, there are things we’ve learned that apply to most humans. In this episode we discuss:
- The most common brain myths dispelled including the 10% myth
- The 3 key insights from neuroscience about the brain in recent years
- The MetaLearning strategies that build on these insights
So if you’re looking to learn more about your own brain and how to use it better in learning and life, this episode has you covered.
My first video course, Make Me A MetaLearner launches today and I’m doing a special episode here to celebrate the launch! In this episode I discuss:
- Why I made Make Me A MetaLearner in the first place
- The learning problems that I’ve faced on my journey
- How I designed Make Me a MetaLearner
I believe that MetaLearning is the ultimate 21st century superpower. Check it out for yourself from the courses section on my site or from the link below
Jonathan Cutrell is the founder and host of the Developer Tea Podcast and the Director of Technology at Whiteboard. In this episode we cover:
- The core skills of a good developer and advice on learning to code
- How Jonathan got his pilot’s license and learned to fly planes
- Jonathan’s lessons from 300+ episodes of the Developer Tea Podcast
So whether you’re looking to learn how to code, start a podcast, or fly a plane, this episode will give you everything you need and more.