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AlexShalman.com Podcast #018 – Interviewing Mark Sisson

AlexShalman.com Practical Personal Development Podcast #18 Mark Sisson is the guy that puts the facts behind lifestyle, exercise, and nutrition claims. His current mission is to create the happiest, healthiest, leanest, most fit, and productive life that he can while he's here on earth. In the good ol' days Mark Sisson was a professional triathlete, endurance runner and finished in the top five of the US National Marathon Championships -- ultimately qualifying him for the Olympics. Following conventional wisdom, and exercising more than most human beings on this planet, Mark found himself to be unhealthy and overworked. This unexpected state of health beckoned Mark to ask the question of 'what do we do in the name of fitness?' He spent the rest of his life, up until now, doing research on diet, fitness, nutrition, and all the erroneous assumptions that have been surrounding these topics over the last several decades. Mark looks at our lives in the 21st century from an evolutionary p...

35 MIN2009 AUG 3
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AlexShalman.com Podcast #018 – Interviewing Mark Sisson

AlexShalman.com Podcast #017 – Interviewing Suzy Welch

AlexShalman.com Practical Personal Development Podcast #17 Suzy Welch graduated at the top of her class at Harvard Business School, wrote a column in Oprah's O Magazine, and was the editor of the prestigious Harvard Business Review. Since then Suzy ...

-1 s2009 JUN 24
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AlexShalman.com Podcast #017 – Interviewing Suzy Welch

AlexShalman.com Podcast #016 – Interviewing AJ Jacobs

Audio Podcast at the very bottom. AJ Jacobs is a fascinating NY Times bestselling author, current editor of the infamous Esquire magazine, and what I would say is the "father of outsourcing." AJ Jacobs has written The Know-It-All, in which he documented his experience of reading the whole Encyclopedia Britannica from front to back in his journey to becoming the smartest man on earth. Another riveting book written by AJ Jacobs is The Year of Living Biblically, in which he followed all the laws of the bible as literally as possible. Some of the other wacky-genius things that AJ Jacobs has done include many one month experiments, known as immersion experiments, which we get into during our interview. AJ Jacobs: Immersion Experiments When AJ Jacobs gets interested in a subject, he likes to become immersed in it, and live it from the inside out. Sure enough, when AJ Jacobs became interested in religion and the bible, he decided that the best way to learn it would be to live it. After res...

-1 s2009 JUN 10
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AlexShalman.com Podcast #016 – Interviewing AJ Jacobs

AlexShalman.com Podcast #015 – Interviewing Ishtar Alabina

AlexShalman.com Practical Personal Development Podcast #15 I'll be referring to the superstar singer Ishtar from the world famous group Alabina as Ishtar Alabina in this interview. Ishtar Alabina is a singer that is truly loved by fans all over the world. In the early 2000s Ishtar Alabina made millions in record sales worldwide, while performing for audiences in the hundreds of thousands. These days she does a lot of private shows for Oligarchy, and runs in some of the same circles as Edward Mermelstein (http://www.alexshalman.com/2009/03/02/alexshalmancom-podcast-012-interviewing-edward-mermelstein/). Ishtar Alabina is a great success story. She is someone who maintains a great marriage and family life as well as an overall sense of life balance. Most importantly, in my opinion, is that she's able to follow her passion for music as her first priority, and graciously accepts the money that comes pouring in with it as a bonus, not a destination. The many styles of Ishtar Alabina Isht...

-1 s2009 MAR 31
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AlexShalman.com Podcast #015 – Interviewing Ishtar Alabina

AlexShalman.com Podcast #014 – Getting Excited About Working Out

AlexShalman.com Practical Personal Development Podcast #14 In this short episode of the Practical Personal Development Podcast, I talk about 4 fundamental principles that get me excited to work out. When we're passionate about fitness, we make time, we get energized, and we're able to take our day to the next level. Enjoying the Podcasts? Make sure you click the image above and subscribe to this podcast via iTunes. This ensures that you get the full repertoire of interviews in an easy to listen to format.

-1 s2009 MAR 17
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AlexShalman.com Podcast #014 – Getting Excited About Working Out

AlexShalman.com Podcast #013 – Interviewing Lewis Howes

AlexShalman.com Practical Personal Development Podcast #13 Lewis Howes, a good friend and fellow mutant, is an absolute sensation in the online social networking world. He's a record holding arena football player, author, networking event planner, ridiculously good networker, and now the owner of his own publishing company. Lewis Howes has become one of the leading LinkedIn consultants, helping people improve their profiles, connect and network with people in their field, and ultimately place themselves in careers that they love. Lewis Howes turned his passion for helping people, networking, and LinkedIn, into a book called LinkedWorking (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/098233320X?ie=UTF8&tag=alexshalcompr-20&linkCode=xm2&camp=1789&creativeASIN=098233320X), with co-author Frank Agin. The book goes into great deal on LinkedIn techniques, each one backed with a real-life success story from their clients. Lewis Howes: Football Record Holder to Social Media Tycoon A freak accident left...

-1 s2009 MAR 10
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AlexShalman.com Podcast #013 – Interviewing Lewis Howes

AlexShalman.com Podcast #012 – Interviewing Edward Mermelstein

AlexShalman.com Practical Personal Development Podcast #12 Edward Mermelstein, plays monopoly with properties all over the world, moving $300 million last year alone. With his largest deal to date in excess of $100 million, it's refreshing to find out how this real-estate juggernaut has reached his success, and maintained a down to earth demeanor at the same time. Edward Mermelstein's Three Careers (and Cornering the Market) Edward Mermelstein is a powerhouse that corners the real-estate market as a triple careerist. All tied under the real-estate umbrella, Edward Mermelstein is a lawyer, broker, and developer. Each specialty can be a full-time and lucrative career on it's own, but with the combined knowledge his firm is an unstoppable real-estate machine. With offices in Moscow and New York City, a firm that speaks 11 languages, and the desire to meet and exceed the needs of his clients, Edward Mermelstein, sets the standards on service and quality in the high-end real-estate marke...

-1 s2009 MAR 3
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AlexShalman.com Podcast #012 – Interviewing Edward Mermelstein

AlexShalman.com Podcast #011 – Interviewing Rabbi Henry Harris

AlexShalman.com Practical Personal Development Podcast #11 Rabbi Henry Harris has one of the more fun positions on Wall Street - especially these days. As a religious man by occupation, earning a living mentoring the best and brightest on Wall str...

-1 s2009 FEB 24
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AlexShalman.com Podcast #011 – Interviewing Rabbi Henry Harris

AlexShalman.com Podcast #010 – Interviewing Ronn Torossian

AlexShalman.com Practical Personal Development Podcast #10 Ronn Torossian, CEO of internationally acclaimed public relations firm 5WPR, is a devoted father, Jew, and all around decent human being. His company 5W Public Relations (http://www.5wpr.com/) has been a breath of fresh air in an otherwise old, passive, and slow industry, since he founded it in 2003. Since then, Ronn Torossian has taken the company to the Inc 500 list, as one of the fastest growing public relations firms in the country. 5WPR stands out as being diverse and aggressive, and continues to deliver excellent service to their clients, despite the bit of doom and gloom in these economic times. Ronn Torossian works with everything from small businesses to mega-corporations, which includes accounts with corporate, religion, and government groups. The mission is to work hard, and deliver the true essence of a company to the media, and ultimately to the hearts and minds of the general population. To name drop a bit, Ron...

-1 s2009 FEB 17
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AlexShalman.com Podcast #010 – Interviewing Ronn Torossian

AlexShalman.com Podcast #009 – Interviewing Scott Young

AlexShalman.com Practical Personal Development Podcast #9 Scott Young has been a leader in the personal development field since his teenage years. He started his self-improvement blog nearly 3 years ago, cranking out hundreds of articles, as well as 5 personal development ebooks. To me Scott represents that feeling of "if I could go back in time, knowing what I know now, my experience of life would be significantly richer, more enjoyable, and much more fulfilling." Of course, it's never too late for a fresh start, and Scott Young is a great role model for what's possible when you take the time to think about your life, and where you want to go. Scott H Young and His Mission A blogger at ScottHYoung.com (http://www.scotthyoung.com/blog/) who writes for over 7,000 subscribers. His mission is to provide something that he finds to be really valuable to people. He does this by sharing his own experience, in the form of writing, at... you guessed it, his blog. His mission is very much ali...

-1 s2009 JAN 6
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AlexShalman.com Podcast #009 – Interviewing Scott Young

Latest Episodes

AlexShalman.com Podcast #018 – Interviewing Mark Sisson

AlexShalman.com Practical Personal Development Podcast #18 Mark Sisson is the guy that puts the facts behind lifestyle, exercise, and nutrition claims. His current mission is to create the happiest, healthiest, leanest, most fit, and productive life that he can while he's here on earth. In the good ol' days Mark Sisson was a professional triathlete, endurance runner and finished in the top five of the US National Marathon Championships -- ultimately qualifying him for the Olympics. Following conventional wisdom, and exercising more than most human beings on this planet, Mark found himself to be unhealthy and overworked. This unexpected state of health beckoned Mark to ask the question of 'what do we do in the name of fitness?' He spent the rest of his life, up until now, doing research on diet, fitness, nutrition, and all the erroneous assumptions that have been surrounding these topics over the last several decades. Mark looks at our lives in the 21st century from an evolutionary p...

35 MIN2009 AUG 3
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AlexShalman.com Podcast #018 – Interviewing Mark Sisson

AlexShalman.com Podcast #017 – Interviewing Suzy Welch

AlexShalman.com Practical Personal Development Podcast #17 Suzy Welch graduated at the top of her class at Harvard Business School, wrote a column in Oprah's O Magazine, and was the editor of the prestigious Harvard Business Review. Since then Suzy ...

-1 s2009 JUN 24
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AlexShalman.com Podcast #017 – Interviewing Suzy Welch

AlexShalman.com Podcast #016 – Interviewing AJ Jacobs

Audio Podcast at the very bottom. AJ Jacobs is a fascinating NY Times bestselling author, current editor of the infamous Esquire magazine, and what I would say is the "father of outsourcing." AJ Jacobs has written The Know-It-All, in which he documented his experience of reading the whole Encyclopedia Britannica from front to back in his journey to becoming the smartest man on earth. Another riveting book written by AJ Jacobs is The Year of Living Biblically, in which he followed all the laws of the bible as literally as possible. Some of the other wacky-genius things that AJ Jacobs has done include many one month experiments, known as immersion experiments, which we get into during our interview. AJ Jacobs: Immersion Experiments When AJ Jacobs gets interested in a subject, he likes to become immersed in it, and live it from the inside out. Sure enough, when AJ Jacobs became interested in religion and the bible, he decided that the best way to learn it would be to live it. After res...

-1 s2009 JUN 10
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AlexShalman.com Podcast #016 – Interviewing AJ Jacobs

AlexShalman.com Podcast #015 – Interviewing Ishtar Alabina

AlexShalman.com Practical Personal Development Podcast #15 I'll be referring to the superstar singer Ishtar from the world famous group Alabina as Ishtar Alabina in this interview. Ishtar Alabina is a singer that is truly loved by fans all over the world. In the early 2000s Ishtar Alabina made millions in record sales worldwide, while performing for audiences in the hundreds of thousands. These days she does a lot of private shows for Oligarchy, and runs in some of the same circles as Edward Mermelstein (http://www.alexshalman.com/2009/03/02/alexshalmancom-podcast-012-interviewing-edward-mermelstein/). Ishtar Alabina is a great success story. She is someone who maintains a great marriage and family life as well as an overall sense of life balance. Most importantly, in my opinion, is that she's able to follow her passion for music as her first priority, and graciously accepts the money that comes pouring in with it as a bonus, not a destination. The many styles of Ishtar Alabina Isht...

-1 s2009 MAR 31
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AlexShalman.com Podcast #015 – Interviewing Ishtar Alabina

AlexShalman.com Podcast #014 – Getting Excited About Working Out

AlexShalman.com Practical Personal Development Podcast #14 In this short episode of the Practical Personal Development Podcast, I talk about 4 fundamental principles that get me excited to work out. When we're passionate about fitness, we make time, we get energized, and we're able to take our day to the next level. Enjoying the Podcasts? Make sure you click the image above and subscribe to this podcast via iTunes. This ensures that you get the full repertoire of interviews in an easy to listen to format.

-1 s2009 MAR 17
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AlexShalman.com Podcast #014 – Getting Excited About Working Out

AlexShalman.com Podcast #013 – Interviewing Lewis Howes

AlexShalman.com Practical Personal Development Podcast #13 Lewis Howes, a good friend and fellow mutant, is an absolute sensation in the online social networking world. He's a record holding arena football player, author, networking event planner, ridiculously good networker, and now the owner of his own publishing company. Lewis Howes has become one of the leading LinkedIn consultants, helping people improve their profiles, connect and network with people in their field, and ultimately place themselves in careers that they love. Lewis Howes turned his passion for helping people, networking, and LinkedIn, into a book called LinkedWorking (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/098233320X?ie=UTF8&tag=alexshalcompr-20&linkCode=xm2&camp=1789&creativeASIN=098233320X), with co-author Frank Agin. The book goes into great deal on LinkedIn techniques, each one backed with a real-life success story from their clients. Lewis Howes: Football Record Holder to Social Media Tycoon A freak accident left...

-1 s2009 MAR 10
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AlexShalman.com Podcast #013 – Interviewing Lewis Howes

AlexShalman.com Podcast #012 – Interviewing Edward Mermelstein

AlexShalman.com Practical Personal Development Podcast #12 Edward Mermelstein, plays monopoly with properties all over the world, moving $300 million last year alone. With his largest deal to date in excess of $100 million, it's refreshing to find out how this real-estate juggernaut has reached his success, and maintained a down to earth demeanor at the same time. Edward Mermelstein's Three Careers (and Cornering the Market) Edward Mermelstein is a powerhouse that corners the real-estate market as a triple careerist. All tied under the real-estate umbrella, Edward Mermelstein is a lawyer, broker, and developer. Each specialty can be a full-time and lucrative career on it's own, but with the combined knowledge his firm is an unstoppable real-estate machine. With offices in Moscow and New York City, a firm that speaks 11 languages, and the desire to meet and exceed the needs of his clients, Edward Mermelstein, sets the standards on service and quality in the high-end real-estate marke...

-1 s2009 MAR 3
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AlexShalman.com Podcast #012 – Interviewing Edward Mermelstein

AlexShalman.com Podcast #011 – Interviewing Rabbi Henry Harris

AlexShalman.com Practical Personal Development Podcast #11 Rabbi Henry Harris has one of the more fun positions on Wall Street - especially these days. As a religious man by occupation, earning a living mentoring the best and brightest on Wall str...

-1 s2009 FEB 24
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AlexShalman.com Podcast #011 – Interviewing Rabbi Henry Harris

AlexShalman.com Podcast #010 – Interviewing Ronn Torossian

AlexShalman.com Practical Personal Development Podcast #10 Ronn Torossian, CEO of internationally acclaimed public relations firm 5WPR, is a devoted father, Jew, and all around decent human being. His company 5W Public Relations (http://www.5wpr.com/) has been a breath of fresh air in an otherwise old, passive, and slow industry, since he founded it in 2003. Since then, Ronn Torossian has taken the company to the Inc 500 list, as one of the fastest growing public relations firms in the country. 5WPR stands out as being diverse and aggressive, and continues to deliver excellent service to their clients, despite the bit of doom and gloom in these economic times. Ronn Torossian works with everything from small businesses to mega-corporations, which includes accounts with corporate, religion, and government groups. The mission is to work hard, and deliver the true essence of a company to the media, and ultimately to the hearts and minds of the general population. To name drop a bit, Ron...

-1 s2009 FEB 17
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AlexShalman.com Podcast #010 – Interviewing Ronn Torossian

AlexShalman.com Podcast #009 – Interviewing Scott Young

AlexShalman.com Practical Personal Development Podcast #9 Scott Young has been a leader in the personal development field since his teenage years. He started his self-improvement blog nearly 3 years ago, cranking out hundreds of articles, as well as 5 personal development ebooks. To me Scott represents that feeling of "if I could go back in time, knowing what I know now, my experience of life would be significantly richer, more enjoyable, and much more fulfilling." Of course, it's never too late for a fresh start, and Scott Young is a great role model for what's possible when you take the time to think about your life, and where you want to go. Scott H Young and His Mission A blogger at ScottHYoung.com (http://www.scotthyoung.com/blog/) who writes for over 7,000 subscribers. His mission is to provide something that he finds to be really valuable to people. He does this by sharing his own experience, in the form of writing, at... you guessed it, his blog. His mission is very much ali...

-1 s2009 JAN 6
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AlexShalman.com Podcast #009 – Interviewing Scott Young
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