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For the last three years, I've run the blog Hack the System - A guide to hacking fame, productivity, travel, languages, exercise and business. Along the way, I've gotten to know some of the brightest minds in the world in the areas of human behaviour chan

Latest Episodes

Building the King of Keystone Habits: Crafting the Ideal Morning Routine

InThe Power of Habit, Charles Duhigg presents the idea of Keystone Habits: habits that, once implemented, naturally improve the quality of life in a variety of other habits. The most common one is exercise: one someone builds the habit of daily exercise into life, they naturally begin to sleep better, eat better, create a better routine, etc. Once a keystone habit is in place, the rest of the pieces seem to fall into place around it. In attempting a year of drastic self-improvement, it's often best to focus on "big wins." If you can start building the proper keystone habits, you'll save yourself a lot of work in small individual habits down the line. Building Daily Routines So I want to talk about the mother of keystone habits --- building a daily routine. In particular, building a morning routine. Here, you can see my old morning ritual (from about a year ago): Redefining the Morning Ritual The moments you wake up are the moments you can actually control. Once you get going, make i...

3 MIN2013 SEP 6
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Building the King of Keystone Habits: Crafting the Ideal Morning Routine

Jumpstarting the Habit Change Process

Over the last few months, you might have noticed a lot of articles and emails about productivity from Hack the System. Earlier this year, I had a moment of revelation while traveling --- a very private moment that I only detailed to mynewsletter re...

5 MIN2013 SEP 3
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Jumpstarting the Habit Change Process

How to Build a New Habit — My Process for Starting to Write 750 Words a Day

I mentioned that, for the past few months, I've begun attempting to: 1. add a new habit 2. solidify the previous month's habit. I've realized that trying to add more than one habit a month is a recipe for disaster --- the best we can do is to add one, and solidify another. This month --- Write an article (~750+ words / day) For the month of September, I'm working on adding the habit of "Writing 750 words a day" and solidifying August's habit of "hitting the gym five days a week". I'll likely be publishing the majority of these posts, and emailing out a lot of them. So, expect a lot more content from me. So, I thought I would tell you the process I'm going through to make my new habit a reality. The process for building a new habit I've researched habit change and behavioral technology for years, and in doing so, I've refined my ideas for building a new habit. Let me show you my process --- hopefully you can take something away from it. 1) Have a baseline foundation for locations I'l...

7 MIN2013 SEP 3
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How to Build a New Habit — My Process for Starting to Write 750 Words a Day

How to Become the Host of ESPN Sportscenter and Discover the Productive You — with James Swanwick

Welcome to the newest episode of the Hack The System show! You shouldsubscribe to this show on iTunes. The Hack The System Podcast is your access to interviews with the world's foremost experts on blogging, lifestyle design, traveling, and life/...

39 MIN2013 MAR 14
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How to Become the Host of ESPN Sportscenter and Discover the Productive You — with James Swanwick

Hack the System Podcast — How Ryan Holiday Hacked the Media at American Apparel

Welcome to the latest episode of the Hack The System show! You shouldsubscribe to this show on iTunes. In case you haven't heard, the Hack The System Podcast is your access to interviews with the world's foremost experts on blogging, lifestyle design, traveling, and life/system hacking.In short--you're going to learn how to kick ass. In this episode, I featureRyan Holiday, author of the bestselling book, Trust Me, I'm Lying,a book about how to exploit the media, and hack marketing and media. He's currently the Director of Marketing for American Apparel, a media strategist for clients like Tucker Max and Dov Charney, Ryan and I have a funny past: we went to middle school together in California. For some reason, I remember us as not-friends--enemies almost. I reconnected with Ryan after college, and found both of us followed similar paths: we both left college without completing it, and then ended up doing work in similar industries. Ryan worked for incredible authors like Robert Gree...

34 MIN2013 JAN 17
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Hack the System Podcast — How Ryan Holiday Hacked the Media at American Apparel

How Steve Kamb Built A Community Of Muscleman Nerds

Welcome to the newest episode of the Hack The System show! You should subscribe to this show on iTunes. The Hack The System Podcast is your access to interviews with the world's foremost experts on blogging, lifestyle design, traveling, and life/system hacking. In short--you're going to learn how to kick ass. In this episode, I sit down with Steve Kamb of Nerd Fitness. Steve has built a community of hundreds of thousands of readers through his web site, which shows regular nerds (like you!) how to "Level Up" and get fit. Listen to the audio podcast here: Below, I'm pasting some highlights of the interview, and the transcription. The full video interview is below. Highlight 1: Who is Steve Kamb? What is Nerd Fitness? Highlight 2: Steve's Fitness Philosophy and Exercise Routine Highlight 3: How Steve Kamb Built A High Traffic Blog Watch the full interview here: This podcast can be heard on iTunes. Click here to follow it via iTunes (and automatically sync it to your iPod) Transcript o...

34 MIN2012 OCT 11
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How Steve Kamb Built A Community Of Muscleman Nerds

How Ramit Sethi Became a NYTimes Bestselling Author and a Master Blogger

Welcome to the newest episode of the Hack The System show! You should subscribe to this show on iTunes. The Hack The System Podcast is your access to interviews with the world's foremost experts on blogging, lifestyle design, traveling, and life/...

-1 s2012 AUG 23
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How Ramit Sethi Became a NYTimes Bestselling Author and a Master Blogger

How Sean Ogle Quit His Job, Traveled The World, And Became A Location Rebel

Welcome to the newest episode of the Hack The System show! You should subscribe to this show on iTunes. The Hack The System Podcast is your access to interviews with the world's foremost experts on blogging, lifestyle design, traveling, and life/system hacking. In short--you're going to learn how to kick ass. In this episode, I sit down with Sean of Location180. I met Sean in Portland a few months ago, and it struck me instantly how similar we are. Sean had decided to quit his job, try traveling the world instead, and see what happened. Along the way, he has had major successes, living all over the world and speaking in at places like TEDxCMU. Sean's new course, Hacking the High Life, launched today. Check it out! Transcript of the Podcast Episode [tweetlock] Don't forget to subscribe to this show on iTunes.Maneesh: Hey guys, this is Maneesh Sethi, your no. 1 Digital Nomad, coming at you live again today from Portland, Oregon. I am here with Sean Ogle from Location 180 and Location ...

51 MIN2012 JUN 5
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How Sean Ogle Quit His Job, Traveled The World, And Became A Location Rebel

How Tynan Became a Pickup Artist, Made Earrings out of Human Bone, And Lives in an RV

Welcome to the fifth episode of the Hack The System show! You should subscribe to this show on iTunes. The Hack The System Podcast is your access to interviews with the world's foremost experts on blogging, lifestyle design, traveling, and life/system hacking. In short--you're going to learn how to kick ass. In this episode, I sit down with Tynan of Tynan.com. Tynan was one of the first bloggers that inspired me to become a lifestyle designer. Hell, his digital nomad packing list was the basis for what I still travel with. Tynan was Herbal in the book The Game: Penetrating the Secret Society of Pickup Artists. He traveled the world with just a small backpack, and lives the most interesting lifestyle that I've ever seen. And now, he just launched a new blogging platform (different than wordpress) called Sett---you can see it in action at Tynan.com. Tynan has been a huge inspiration for me, and you're going to learn a ton of info from him. Below, you'll see a list of things to listen ...

47 MIN2012 APR 11
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How Tynan Became a Pickup Artist, Made Earrings out of Human Bone, And Lives in an RV

How J.D. Roth of Get Rich Slowly grew his blog to a million monthly visitors—and became a Time Magazine Top 25 Blogger

You should subscribe to this show on iTunes. J.D. Roth started his blog as a hobby in 2001. Now, his blog has almost a million monthly visitors---and continues to attract more. J.D. has become a bit of a renaissance man, going from working in a box factory, to now being recognized by Time Magazine as one of the Time's top 25 bloggers. So how did he do it? How J.D. grow his site---without even intending to? What psychological tricks did he use to build a business out of a personal web journal? I sat down with J.D. to ask the tough questions, and his insights provided a ton of information. I'm sure you're going to love this interview. J.D. has been a huge inspiration for me, and you're going to learn a ton of info from him. Below, you'll see a list of things to listen out for--and a full transcript of the conversation. Transcript of the Podcast Episode [tweetlock] Don't forget to subscribe to this show on iTunes.Maneesh: Hey everybody! Welcome back to ManeeshSethi.com. And, I’m here ...

53 MIN2012 MAR 12
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How J.D. Roth of Get Rich Slowly grew his blog to a million monthly visitors—and became a Time Magazine Top 25 Blogger
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Latest Episodes

Building the King of Keystone Habits: Crafting the Ideal Morning Routine

InThe Power of Habit, Charles Duhigg presents the idea of Keystone Habits: habits that, once implemented, naturally improve the quality of life in a variety of other habits. The most common one is exercise: one someone builds the habit of daily exercise into life, they naturally begin to sleep better, eat better, create a better routine, etc. Once a keystone habit is in place, the rest of the pieces seem to fall into place around it. In attempting a year of drastic self-improvement, it's often best to focus on "big wins." If you can start building the proper keystone habits, you'll save yourself a lot of work in small individual habits down the line. Building Daily Routines So I want to talk about the mother of keystone habits --- building a daily routine. In particular, building a morning routine. Here, you can see my old morning ritual (from about a year ago): Redefining the Morning Ritual The moments you wake up are the moments you can actually control. Once you get going, make i...

3 MIN2013 SEP 6
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Building the King of Keystone Habits: Crafting the Ideal Morning Routine

Jumpstarting the Habit Change Process

Over the last few months, you might have noticed a lot of articles and emails about productivity from Hack the System. Earlier this year, I had a moment of revelation while traveling --- a very private moment that I only detailed to mynewsletter re...

5 MIN2013 SEP 3
Comments
Jumpstarting the Habit Change Process

How to Build a New Habit — My Process for Starting to Write 750 Words a Day

I mentioned that, for the past few months, I've begun attempting to: 1. add a new habit 2. solidify the previous month's habit. I've realized that trying to add more than one habit a month is a recipe for disaster --- the best we can do is to add one, and solidify another. This month --- Write an article (~750+ words / day) For the month of September, I'm working on adding the habit of "Writing 750 words a day" and solidifying August's habit of "hitting the gym five days a week". I'll likely be publishing the majority of these posts, and emailing out a lot of them. So, expect a lot more content from me. So, I thought I would tell you the process I'm going through to make my new habit a reality. The process for building a new habit I've researched habit change and behavioral technology for years, and in doing so, I've refined my ideas for building a new habit. Let me show you my process --- hopefully you can take something away from it. 1) Have a baseline foundation for locations I'l...

7 MIN2013 SEP 3
Comments
How to Build a New Habit — My Process for Starting to Write 750 Words a Day

How to Become the Host of ESPN Sportscenter and Discover the Productive You — with James Swanwick

Welcome to the newest episode of the Hack The System show! You shouldsubscribe to this show on iTunes. The Hack The System Podcast is your access to interviews with the world's foremost experts on blogging, lifestyle design, traveling, and life/...

39 MIN2013 MAR 14
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How to Become the Host of ESPN Sportscenter and Discover the Productive You — with James Swanwick

Hack the System Podcast — How Ryan Holiday Hacked the Media at American Apparel

Welcome to the latest episode of the Hack The System show! You shouldsubscribe to this show on iTunes. In case you haven't heard, the Hack The System Podcast is your access to interviews with the world's foremost experts on blogging, lifestyle design, traveling, and life/system hacking.In short--you're going to learn how to kick ass. In this episode, I featureRyan Holiday, author of the bestselling book, Trust Me, I'm Lying,a book about how to exploit the media, and hack marketing and media. He's currently the Director of Marketing for American Apparel, a media strategist for clients like Tucker Max and Dov Charney, Ryan and I have a funny past: we went to middle school together in California. For some reason, I remember us as not-friends--enemies almost. I reconnected with Ryan after college, and found both of us followed similar paths: we both left college without completing it, and then ended up doing work in similar industries. Ryan worked for incredible authors like Robert Gree...

34 MIN2013 JAN 17
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Hack the System Podcast — How Ryan Holiday Hacked the Media at American Apparel

How Steve Kamb Built A Community Of Muscleman Nerds

Welcome to the newest episode of the Hack The System show! You should subscribe to this show on iTunes. The Hack The System Podcast is your access to interviews with the world's foremost experts on blogging, lifestyle design, traveling, and life/system hacking. In short--you're going to learn how to kick ass. In this episode, I sit down with Steve Kamb of Nerd Fitness. Steve has built a community of hundreds of thousands of readers through his web site, which shows regular nerds (like you!) how to "Level Up" and get fit. Listen to the audio podcast here: Below, I'm pasting some highlights of the interview, and the transcription. The full video interview is below. Highlight 1: Who is Steve Kamb? What is Nerd Fitness? Highlight 2: Steve's Fitness Philosophy and Exercise Routine Highlight 3: How Steve Kamb Built A High Traffic Blog Watch the full interview here: This podcast can be heard on iTunes. Click here to follow it via iTunes (and automatically sync it to your iPod) Transcript o...

34 MIN2012 OCT 11
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How Steve Kamb Built A Community Of Muscleman Nerds

How Ramit Sethi Became a NYTimes Bestselling Author and a Master Blogger

Welcome to the newest episode of the Hack The System show! You should subscribe to this show on iTunes. The Hack The System Podcast is your access to interviews with the world's foremost experts on blogging, lifestyle design, traveling, and life/...

-1 s2012 AUG 23
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How Ramit Sethi Became a NYTimes Bestselling Author and a Master Blogger

How Sean Ogle Quit His Job, Traveled The World, And Became A Location Rebel

Welcome to the newest episode of the Hack The System show! You should subscribe to this show on iTunes. The Hack The System Podcast is your access to interviews with the world's foremost experts on blogging, lifestyle design, traveling, and life/system hacking. In short--you're going to learn how to kick ass. In this episode, I sit down with Sean of Location180. I met Sean in Portland a few months ago, and it struck me instantly how similar we are. Sean had decided to quit his job, try traveling the world instead, and see what happened. Along the way, he has had major successes, living all over the world and speaking in at places like TEDxCMU. Sean's new course, Hacking the High Life, launched today. Check it out! Transcript of the Podcast Episode [tweetlock] Don't forget to subscribe to this show on iTunes.Maneesh: Hey guys, this is Maneesh Sethi, your no. 1 Digital Nomad, coming at you live again today from Portland, Oregon. I am here with Sean Ogle from Location 180 and Location ...

51 MIN2012 JUN 5
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How Sean Ogle Quit His Job, Traveled The World, And Became A Location Rebel

How Tynan Became a Pickup Artist, Made Earrings out of Human Bone, And Lives in an RV

Welcome to the fifth episode of the Hack The System show! You should subscribe to this show on iTunes. The Hack The System Podcast is your access to interviews with the world's foremost experts on blogging, lifestyle design, traveling, and life/system hacking. In short--you're going to learn how to kick ass. In this episode, I sit down with Tynan of Tynan.com. Tynan was one of the first bloggers that inspired me to become a lifestyle designer. Hell, his digital nomad packing list was the basis for what I still travel with. Tynan was Herbal in the book The Game: Penetrating the Secret Society of Pickup Artists. He traveled the world with just a small backpack, and lives the most interesting lifestyle that I've ever seen. And now, he just launched a new blogging platform (different than wordpress) called Sett---you can see it in action at Tynan.com. Tynan has been a huge inspiration for me, and you're going to learn a ton of info from him. Below, you'll see a list of things to listen ...

47 MIN2012 APR 11
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How Tynan Became a Pickup Artist, Made Earrings out of Human Bone, And Lives in an RV

How J.D. Roth of Get Rich Slowly grew his blog to a million monthly visitors—and became a Time Magazine Top 25 Blogger

You should subscribe to this show on iTunes. J.D. Roth started his blog as a hobby in 2001. Now, his blog has almost a million monthly visitors---and continues to attract more. J.D. has become a bit of a renaissance man, going from working in a box factory, to now being recognized by Time Magazine as one of the Time's top 25 bloggers. So how did he do it? How J.D. grow his site---without even intending to? What psychological tricks did he use to build a business out of a personal web journal? I sat down with J.D. to ask the tough questions, and his insights provided a ton of information. I'm sure you're going to love this interview. J.D. has been a huge inspiration for me, and you're going to learn a ton of info from him. Below, you'll see a list of things to listen out for--and a full transcript of the conversation. Transcript of the Podcast Episode [tweetlock] Don't forget to subscribe to this show on iTunes.Maneesh: Hey everybody! Welcome back to ManeeshSethi.com. And, I’m here ...

53 MIN2012 MAR 12
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How J.D. Roth of Get Rich Slowly grew his blog to a million monthly visitors—and became a Time Magazine Top 25 Blogger
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