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On this episode we had the chance to interview best-selling author Nir Eyal.Besides being the author of two best-sellers, Nir taught at Stanford and continues to write and consult about the intersection of psychology and technology. Sounds about the right guy for an interview by Team Stolp, right? In this 30' conversation, Nir shares his tactics to become in-distractable, spend more time on the things we love, why technology isn't the only reason we can't focus, and much more!
On this episode, I invite a personal friend of mine whose clear thinking and seemingly boundless enthusiasm I've always looked up to. Korneel his curriculum reads like an exciting short novel, and he does get personal about some of his defining experiences. He shares in detail what he discovered happens when you take high-performing 'firefighters' offline for a week during the business retreats he organizes We cover a variety of other interesting topics, like for example why he believes we should all get a 'gym membership' for our brains. Enjoy!
Everytime I talk to Deepak Mehta I get more optimistic about the future. You can call him a lot of things: tech enthusiast & maker, ecosystem builder and one of the main inspirators behind TEDxAntwerp. On this episode Deepak talks about creativity during crises, and how digital is changing 'education' for the better. Together, we also dig a bit deeper into the debate around smartphone & kids. Deepak believes giving credit & 'agency' to our kids might be actually a way for them to better navigate the online dangers & challenges themselves.
In this first episode of the 'From Time to Time' podcast, we're joined by one of Belgium's Top 40 under 40, Carlien Cavens. During our honest conversation, you'll learn about what insights she got during an 'early midlife crisis', what happens when people decide to let go of their phone and the state of 'always busy', and she shares some of the most remarkable changes that people have experienced after her retreats.
Recognize those tiny, little red badges in top right corner of your apps?They might seem innocent but are actually incredible FOMO inducers. FOMO or ‘fear of missing out’ is a term first coined back in 2004 and quickly found it’s way into conversation. A lot of us these days can really relate to this feeling - it’s symbolizes a collective fear in the 21st century where we can’t stop checking in on e-mail, WhatsApp of social media. Just to get rid of this feeling we might ‘miss out on something’.