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Really Adam?

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Adam Lifshitz

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A deeper exploration of the passions, skills and interests that drive us to do the things we do.

Latest Episodes

#9 – Dirty Laundry with Georgi Annenberg

This first episode of season 2 of the show features no other than my future wife, Georgina Annenberg, as we dive into the harmful effects of the fast fashion industry, including the lesser known cause and effect of microplastic pollution. Some links to the things we talk about: OurPlasticClothing.com – Get in touch with Georgi […]

--FEB 8
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#9 – Dirty Laundry with Georgi Annenberg

#8 – What’s Next?

As the ‘Really Adam?’ Season 1 finale, I reach out to you, the listeners, for your input on where this podcast goes to from here.

--2019 JUL 26
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#8 – What’s Next?

#7 – True Influence

You don’t simply become an ‘influencer’ due to a sheer number of social followers. Influence is a natural byproduct of having done something meaningful in your life; being a thought leader in your industry; a master of your skill; a change maker. If you excel, lead, inspire and progress, in your career or personal life […]

--2019 JUN 7
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#7 – True Influence

#6 – Gear Up, Get Out

Around this time, three years ago, I published a short book inspired by my Camino de Santiago adventures and titled it ‘Gear Up, Get Out’. Due to the context of the book, the title seemed pretty relevant, as it symbolized the act of getting out of one’s comfort zone, and that it’s actually a lot […]

17 min2019 APR 22
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#6 – Gear Up, Get Out

#5 – Facing Our Unconscious Bias

Did you know that when you meet someone new, it only takes 7 seconds for you to form an impression of them? This is because of a little thing called an unconscious bias. In this episode I cover what this bias is, what fuels it, the science behind it and how to better recognize and […]

18 min2019 APR 4
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#5 – Facing Our Unconscious Bias

#4 – Namaste in New York with Lizzie Falkner

I sat down with the bubbly Lizzie Falkner as she shared her inspiring journey that led her to become a full time yoga teacher in one of the most demanding cities in the world – New York. We talk about her early pursuit in the acting industry, what it’s like to be broke in NYC […]

69 min2019 MAR 26
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#4 – Namaste in New York with Lizzie Falkner

#3 – Sprint Mentality

In this short episode, I dive into applying a Sprint Mentality. As someone who is always looking for more efficient and creative ways of solving problems and developing products, I’ve been experimenting and diving into different types of product design sprints which have been immensely productive. Yet rather than focusing on a specific sprint methodology, […]

26 min2019 MAR 13
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#3 – Sprint Mentality

#2 – Active Healing with Conn Bertish

In this episode, I am joined by Conn Bertish - a world renowned creative thinker who spent the past decade helping people all around the world cope and navigate through their journey with cancer. Through an in-depth conversation around taking an active role in our own healing journey, we explore the principles of psychoneuroimmunology and how Conn applied them when facing his own cancer.

68 min2019 MAR 3
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#2 – Active Healing with Conn Bertish

#1 – P.S.I – Passions, Skills and Interests

As an introductory episode to the podcast, I share the journey and processes I went through to create it in the first place. I had to repeatedly explore what this podcast will be about, and why am I even starting a podcast at all. Amidst the steps taken, I formulated a simple exercise that helped me shape the answers I was looking for. This exercise allowed me to take a step back and gain an objective point of view, breaking down my personality and life drivers into three categories: Passions, skills and interests. Through better understanding each one, and playing around with how they work together in unison, I discovered some helpful insights along the way. This exercise not only helped me shape the foundation of this podcast and pave the way forward for it, but also proved helpful to others I encountered along the way. I look forward to hearing your feedback and your own answers to the same question we often encounter: What are your passions, skills and interests?

17 min2019 FEB 10
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#1 – P.S.I – Passions, Skills and Interests
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Latest Episodes

#9 – Dirty Laundry with Georgi Annenberg

This first episode of season 2 of the show features no other than my future wife, Georgina Annenberg, as we dive into the harmful effects of the fast fashion industry, including the lesser known cause and effect of microplastic pollution. Some links to the things we talk about: OurPlasticClothing.com – Get in touch with Georgi […]

--FEB 8
Comments
#9 – Dirty Laundry with Georgi Annenberg

#8 – What’s Next?

As the ‘Really Adam?’ Season 1 finale, I reach out to you, the listeners, for your input on where this podcast goes to from here.

--2019 JUL 26
Comments
#8 – What’s Next?

#7 – True Influence

You don’t simply become an ‘influencer’ due to a sheer number of social followers. Influence is a natural byproduct of having done something meaningful in your life; being a thought leader in your industry; a master of your skill; a change maker. If you excel, lead, inspire and progress, in your career or personal life […]

--2019 JUN 7
Comments
#7 – True Influence

#6 – Gear Up, Get Out

Around this time, three years ago, I published a short book inspired by my Camino de Santiago adventures and titled it ‘Gear Up, Get Out’. Due to the context of the book, the title seemed pretty relevant, as it symbolized the act of getting out of one’s comfort zone, and that it’s actually a lot […]

17 min2019 APR 22
Comments
#6 – Gear Up, Get Out

#5 – Facing Our Unconscious Bias

Did you know that when you meet someone new, it only takes 7 seconds for you to form an impression of them? This is because of a little thing called an unconscious bias. In this episode I cover what this bias is, what fuels it, the science behind it and how to better recognize and […]

18 min2019 APR 4
Comments
#5 – Facing Our Unconscious Bias

#4 – Namaste in New York with Lizzie Falkner

I sat down with the bubbly Lizzie Falkner as she shared her inspiring journey that led her to become a full time yoga teacher in one of the most demanding cities in the world – New York. We talk about her early pursuit in the acting industry, what it’s like to be broke in NYC […]

69 min2019 MAR 26
Comments
#4 – Namaste in New York with Lizzie Falkner

#3 – Sprint Mentality

In this short episode, I dive into applying a Sprint Mentality. As someone who is always looking for more efficient and creative ways of solving problems and developing products, I’ve been experimenting and diving into different types of product design sprints which have been immensely productive. Yet rather than focusing on a specific sprint methodology, […]

26 min2019 MAR 13
Comments
#3 – Sprint Mentality

#2 – Active Healing with Conn Bertish

In this episode, I am joined by Conn Bertish - a world renowned creative thinker who spent the past decade helping people all around the world cope and navigate through their journey with cancer. Through an in-depth conversation around taking an active role in our own healing journey, we explore the principles of psychoneuroimmunology and how Conn applied them when facing his own cancer.

68 min2019 MAR 3
Comments
#2 – Active Healing with Conn Bertish

#1 – P.S.I – Passions, Skills and Interests

As an introductory episode to the podcast, I share the journey and processes I went through to create it in the first place. I had to repeatedly explore what this podcast will be about, and why am I even starting a podcast at all. Amidst the steps taken, I formulated a simple exercise that helped me shape the answers I was looking for. This exercise allowed me to take a step back and gain an objective point of view, breaking down my personality and life drivers into three categories: Passions, skills and interests. Through better understanding each one, and playing around with how they work together in unison, I discovered some helpful insights along the way. This exercise not only helped me shape the foundation of this podcast and pave the way forward for it, but also proved helpful to others I encountered along the way. I look forward to hearing your feedback and your own answers to the same question we often encounter: What are your passions, skills and interests?

17 min2019 FEB 10
Comments
#1 – P.S.I – Passions, Skills and Interests
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