Ep.281 ~ Do You Want to Become Superhuman? ~ Jonathan Levi
Today listeners, joining us is the Superhuman entrepreneur and author Jonathan Levi. Since 2014, Jonathan has been one of the top-performing instructors on the web, with his course series Become a SuperLearner that has over 110,000 students.
After successfully selling his Inc. Magazine 5,000 rated startup in April of 2011, he has become a proficient lifehacker, optimizing and "hacking" such processes as travel, sleep, language learning, and fitness. Jonathan is the author of ‘Become a Superlearner’ the book, and the host of Becoming Superhuman Podcast. Jonathan has been featured on publications such as the Wall Street Journal, Inc. Magazine, TEDx, Entrepreneur On Fire, Mixergy, Eventual Millionaire, Dream. Think. Do, Nana10 Television, The Silicon Valley Business Journal, The SoloPreneur Hour, and The Smart People Podcast.
If you want to learn more about becoming superhuman, this is the show for you!
“A human being should be able to change a diaper, plan an invasion, butcher a hog, conn a ship, design a building, write a sonnet, balance accounts, build a wall, set a bone, comfort the dying, take orders, give orders, cooperate, act alone, solve equations, analyze a new problem, pitch manure, program a computer, cook a tasty meal, fight efficiently, die gallantly. Specialization is for sects.” Robert Heinleinin
02:13: Jonathan on Tel Aviv, Israel
03:01: People that Want to Be Something They're Not vs. Someone That Wants to Be a More Complete Version of Themselves
09:17: Building and Selling an Inc. Magazine 5000 Rated Startup
14:37: What Does Becoming Superhuman Mean?
16:31: Jonathan’s Favorite Superhumans
17:00: Jonathan’s Learning Hacks
1. Train your Visual Memory
2. Connecting All New Information to Existing Information/Knowledge in Your Mind
3. Speed Reading
19:54: Who’s Most Impressive Superhuman Jonathan has Interviewed?
23:23: Jonathan’s Favorite Podcast
23:38: Unconventional Book Recommendations
26:30: Learning Faster in Business to Scale Rapidly
“I really live by the credo that all depression comes from living in the past and all anxiety comes from living in the future.” Jonathan Levi
Personal website & portfolio: http://jle.vi
Online courses: http://becomeasuperlearner.com
Blog & Podcast: http://becomingasuperhuman.com