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Nasos Papadopoulos

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MetaLearn helps you take your learning to the next level and master anything by exploring the fundamentals of accelerated learning and skill acquisition. Whether you’re looking to build a business, learn a language or pick up a sport, you’ll learn the principles and techniques needed to succeed, as well as gaining insights from the experts and thought leaders driving the global learning revolution.

Latest Episodes

ML148: Jack Butcher on Using Design to Visualize Value,Separating Income from Time and Productizing Yourself

EJack Butcher is a designer and the founder of Visualize Value, a content platform teaching people to communicate through design and build great online products. In this conversation we discuss: - The principles of design that define iconic brands - How to productize your skills and standout in the new economy - The methods Jack has used to create his own successful courses So if you want to learn more about design, or separate your income from your time, this episode has you covered.

48 min3 d ago
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ML148: Jack Butcher on Using Design to Visualize Value,Separating Income from Time and Productizing Yourself

ML147: Anna Gát on Damascus Moments, The Challenges of 21st Century Adulthood and Resisting The Devil's Contract

EAnna Gát is the founder of the Interintellect, a global community and talent platform for public intellectuals. In this episode we discuss: - The 'Damascus moments' that lead to personal transformation and whether they can be forced. - What it means to be an adult in the 21st century - The notion of vocation, the process for discovering that and how to avoid selling out Anna has spent a lot of time thinking about these questions in depth, so I'm sure you'll find this discussion valuable.

37 minJUL 22
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ML147: Anna Gát on Damascus Moments, The Challenges of 21st Century Adulthood and Resisting The Devil's Contract

ML146: Sam Sethi on Applying Second Curve Thinking to Your Career and The Future of Podcasting & Voice Technology

Sam Sethi is an award winning radio presenter, podcaster and entrepreneur. In this episode we discuss: - How to apply second curve thinking in your career to stay futureproof - The future of podcasting and how listening habits differ across the world - The cutting edge of voice tech and what's on the way I'm becoming increasingly curious about the future of podcasting and voice tech and Sam was the perfect person to cover this, as well as providing great insights on career, the army and more.

46 minJUL 15
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ML146: Sam Sethi on Applying Second Curve Thinking to Your Career and The Future of Podcasting & Voice Technology

ML145: Erica Young on Dispelling Networking Myths, The Science of Success and the Habits of a Superconnector

Erica Young an expert in the field of network science and founder of the Reliants Project. In this episode we discuss: - The networking myths that hold people back from building relationships - How understanding network science can help your your career - The habits of superconnectors, including running events and making introductions We also talk about some of the core concepts in the field of network science, what the pandemic has done to our networks and much more.

49 minJUN 24
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ML145: Erica Young on Dispelling Networking Myths, The Science of Success and the Habits of a Superconnector

ML144: Anna Gát on Building an Intellectual Community, Escaping Utility Tyranny and Facilitating Great Conversations

Anna Gát is the founder of the Interintellect, a global community and talent platform for public intellectuals. In this conversation we discuss: - How to build a thriving intellectual community - Why utility tyranny and over optimisation is so harmful and how to combat it - The mindsets and processes involved in facilitating great conversations We also talk about Anna's educational experience which included managing Hungarian rockbands, her favourite lockdown books and podcasts and much more.

47 minJUN 18
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ML144: Anna Gát on Building an Intellectual Community, Escaping Utility Tyranny and Facilitating Great Conversations

ML143: Anthony Metivier on Building a Victorious Mind by Mastering Memory, Meditation and Mental Wellbeing

Anthony Metivier is a world renowned Memory Expert, the Founder of the blog MagneticMemoryMethod.com and author of the new book The Victorious Mind. In this episode we discuss: - The importance of metaphors and analogies for understanding the mind - How to master meditation and safeguard your mental wellbeing - How to navigate the world of self-help effectively We also speak about the cultural conversation around mental health and the nature of knowledge.

45 minJUN 3
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ML143: Anthony Metivier on Building a Victorious Mind by Mastering Memory, Meditation and Mental Wellbeing

ML142: Matt Clifford on Organising Genius, The State of Technology Entrepreneurship and Solving the Innovation Problem

Matt Clifford is the CEO and co-founder of the world's leading talent investor, Entrepreneur First, which helps people launch a tech startup from scratch. In this episode we discuss: - The current state of talent allocation including whether there are too many entrepreneurs - What's causing the slowdown in innovation and how to halt it - How to organise genius successfully to solve big problems We also talk about the role of government vs. business and the impact of COVID-19 on the startup ecosystem.

48 minMAY 27
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ML142: Matt Clifford on Organising Genius, The State of Technology Entrepreneurship and Solving the Innovation Problem

ML141: Olly Richards on Creating a Thriving Expert Business, Building an Engaged Audience and Launching Successful Online Courses

Olly Richards is a language learning expert and the founder of I Will Teach You A Language. In this episode we discuss topics on building an expert business including: - How to brand yourself to stand out in a crowded marketplace - How to build your audience so you can reach your first students - How to create and launch a course to make your first money online So if you want to start a thriving online business, build an engaged audience and launch a successful course, this episode has you covered.

35 minMAY 20
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ML141: Olly Richards on Creating a Thriving Expert Business, Building an Engaged Audience and Launching Successful Online Courses

ML140: Jeff Cobb on The State of Online Learning, Navigating Wicked Learning Environments and How to Run Good Virtual Events

Jeff Cobb is the bestselling author of the book, Leading The Learning Revolution and the founder of Tagoras, a learning consultancy. In this episode we discuss: - The impact of COVID 19 on adult learning and higher education - The need to address disruption and displacement in employment - The secret to running good virtual events and learning experiences So if you want to get up to speed with the latest in online learning, this episode has you covered.

42 minMAY 7
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ML140: Jeff Cobb on The State of Online Learning, Navigating Wicked Learning Environments and How to Run Good Virtual Events

ML139: Andreas M. Antonopoulos on Crisis Economics, Crony Capitalism and The Future of Crypto

Andreas M. Antonopoulos is a leading Bitcoin and open blockchain expert and bestselling author. In this episode we discuss: -The implications of the crisis for the global economy and people like you -The future of crypto including Bitcoin and different DeFi projects -The tradeoff between government control and individual liberties So whether you want to find out what this economic craziness means for you or whether it’s a good time to dip your toe into the crypto space, this episode has you covered.

42 minAPR 22
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ML139: Andreas M. Antonopoulos on Crisis Economics, Crony Capitalism and The Future of Crypto

Latest Episodes

ML148: Jack Butcher on Using Design to Visualize Value,Separating Income from Time and Productizing Yourself

EJack Butcher is a designer and the founder of Visualize Value, a content platform teaching people to communicate through design and build great online products. In this conversation we discuss: - The principles of design that define iconic brands - How to productize your skills and standout in the new economy - The methods Jack has used to create his own successful courses So if you want to learn more about design, or separate your income from your time, this episode has you covered.

48 min3 d ago
Comments
ML148: Jack Butcher on Using Design to Visualize Value,Separating Income from Time and Productizing Yourself

ML147: Anna Gát on Damascus Moments, The Challenges of 21st Century Adulthood and Resisting The Devil's Contract

EAnna Gát is the founder of the Interintellect, a global community and talent platform for public intellectuals. In this episode we discuss: - The 'Damascus moments' that lead to personal transformation and whether they can be forced. - What it means to be an adult in the 21st century - The notion of vocation, the process for discovering that and how to avoid selling out Anna has spent a lot of time thinking about these questions in depth, so I'm sure you'll find this discussion valuable.

37 minJUL 22
Comments
ML147: Anna Gát on Damascus Moments, The Challenges of 21st Century Adulthood and Resisting The Devil's Contract

ML146: Sam Sethi on Applying Second Curve Thinking to Your Career and The Future of Podcasting & Voice Technology

Sam Sethi is an award winning radio presenter, podcaster and entrepreneur. In this episode we discuss: - How to apply second curve thinking in your career to stay futureproof - The future of podcasting and how listening habits differ across the world - The cutting edge of voice tech and what's on the way I'm becoming increasingly curious about the future of podcasting and voice tech and Sam was the perfect person to cover this, as well as providing great insights on career, the army and more.

46 minJUL 15
Comments
ML146: Sam Sethi on Applying Second Curve Thinking to Your Career and The Future of Podcasting & Voice Technology

ML145: Erica Young on Dispelling Networking Myths, The Science of Success and the Habits of a Superconnector

Erica Young an expert in the field of network science and founder of the Reliants Project. In this episode we discuss: - The networking myths that hold people back from building relationships - How understanding network science can help your your career - The habits of superconnectors, including running events and making introductions We also talk about some of the core concepts in the field of network science, what the pandemic has done to our networks and much more.

49 minJUN 24
Comments
ML145: Erica Young on Dispelling Networking Myths, The Science of Success and the Habits of a Superconnector

ML144: Anna Gát on Building an Intellectual Community, Escaping Utility Tyranny and Facilitating Great Conversations

Anna Gát is the founder of the Interintellect, a global community and talent platform for public intellectuals. In this conversation we discuss: - How to build a thriving intellectual community - Why utility tyranny and over optimisation is so harmful and how to combat it - The mindsets and processes involved in facilitating great conversations We also talk about Anna's educational experience which included managing Hungarian rockbands, her favourite lockdown books and podcasts and much more.

47 minJUN 18
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ML144: Anna Gát on Building an Intellectual Community, Escaping Utility Tyranny and Facilitating Great Conversations

ML143: Anthony Metivier on Building a Victorious Mind by Mastering Memory, Meditation and Mental Wellbeing

Anthony Metivier is a world renowned Memory Expert, the Founder of the blog MagneticMemoryMethod.com and author of the new book The Victorious Mind. In this episode we discuss: - The importance of metaphors and analogies for understanding the mind - How to master meditation and safeguard your mental wellbeing - How to navigate the world of self-help effectively We also speak about the cultural conversation around mental health and the nature of knowledge.

45 minJUN 3
Comments
ML143: Anthony Metivier on Building a Victorious Mind by Mastering Memory, Meditation and Mental Wellbeing

ML142: Matt Clifford on Organising Genius, The State of Technology Entrepreneurship and Solving the Innovation Problem

Matt Clifford is the CEO and co-founder of the world's leading talent investor, Entrepreneur First, which helps people launch a tech startup from scratch. In this episode we discuss: - The current state of talent allocation including whether there are too many entrepreneurs - What's causing the slowdown in innovation and how to halt it - How to organise genius successfully to solve big problems We also talk about the role of government vs. business and the impact of COVID-19 on the startup ecosystem.

48 minMAY 27
Comments
ML142: Matt Clifford on Organising Genius, The State of Technology Entrepreneurship and Solving the Innovation Problem

ML141: Olly Richards on Creating a Thriving Expert Business, Building an Engaged Audience and Launching Successful Online Courses

Olly Richards is a language learning expert and the founder of I Will Teach You A Language. In this episode we discuss topics on building an expert business including: - How to brand yourself to stand out in a crowded marketplace - How to build your audience so you can reach your first students - How to create and launch a course to make your first money online So if you want to start a thriving online business, build an engaged audience and launch a successful course, this episode has you covered.

35 minMAY 20
Comments
ML141: Olly Richards on Creating a Thriving Expert Business, Building an Engaged Audience and Launching Successful Online Courses

ML140: Jeff Cobb on The State of Online Learning, Navigating Wicked Learning Environments and How to Run Good Virtual Events

Jeff Cobb is the bestselling author of the book, Leading The Learning Revolution and the founder of Tagoras, a learning consultancy. In this episode we discuss: - The impact of COVID 19 on adult learning and higher education - The need to address disruption and displacement in employment - The secret to running good virtual events and learning experiences So if you want to get up to speed with the latest in online learning, this episode has you covered.

42 minMAY 7
Comments
ML140: Jeff Cobb on The State of Online Learning, Navigating Wicked Learning Environments and How to Run Good Virtual Events

ML139: Andreas M. Antonopoulos on Crisis Economics, Crony Capitalism and The Future of Crypto

Andreas M. Antonopoulos is a leading Bitcoin and open blockchain expert and bestselling author. In this episode we discuss: -The implications of the crisis for the global economy and people like you -The future of crypto including Bitcoin and different DeFi projects -The tradeoff between government control and individual liberties So whether you want to find out what this economic craziness means for you or whether it’s a good time to dip your toe into the crypto space, this episode has you covered.

42 minAPR 22
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ML139: Andreas M. Antonopoulos on Crisis Economics, Crony Capitalism and The Future of Crypto
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