Tag: biohacking

A Game Changer Interview with Jay Abraham #554

Jay Abraham (business executive, conference speaker, and author) has spent his entire career helping executives solve problems and fix businesses. In this episode of Bulletproof Radio, Jay turns the tables and interviews Dave about the 46 laws in his new book “Game Changers.”

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Lessons on Living Life Your Way: Garrett Gee #550

Garrett Gee is dad of “The Bucket List Family.” More than three years ago, Garrett and his wife, Jessica, sold nearly all of their belongings and set off to travel the world with their two small children. Originally, it was a trip planned for a few months or until they ran out of their $45K garage sale money.

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Consciousness, Drugs and Brain Upgrades with Astronaut Neuroscientist, Divya Chander #547

Consciousness, Drugs, & Brain Upgrades: Anesthesiologist Neuroscientist Divya Chander #547

Dr. Divya Chander is a physician, neuroscientist, and (a total badass) futurist who trained at Harvard, UCSD, UCSF, and the Salk Institute. In the operating room, Dr. Chander applies EEG technology to understand what human brains look like when they lose and regain consciousness, and has recently developed a precision medicine initiative at Stanford aimed at understanding genetic variability in responses to anesthetic drugs.

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