My book, Ultralearning, was just released last week. I’d like to share some of my favorite podcast conversations I’ve recorded (as well as some reviews and essays).

Conversations About Ultralearning

Here are some of the conversations I recorded as part of Ultralearning. There are still more to be released, but if you’re looking to listen to some of the ideas before grabbing the book, these should help you out.

Do you have your own podcast and would like to have me as a guest? Just shoot me an email and I’ll be happy to discuss it with you.

  • Man Talks – Understanding How We Learn, How to Learn Faster and Ultralearning
  • Modern Wisdom Podcast [VIDEO] – A conversation with Chris Williamson on Ultralearning.
  • Superhuman Academy – Tackling Amazing Learning Challenges Through Ultralearning (Side note: The host, Jonathan Levi is also something of an ultralearner and has his own book about learning coming out soon!)
  • How to Be Awesome at Your Job – How to Acquire New Skills Faster
  • Product People – teach yourself how to program, finally! Justin and I met at a retreat a few years ago and he’s just started learning to code after years of struggle. We have an in-depth conversation about applying Ultralearning to his self-ed quest to finally become a programmer.
  • Getting Simple – A longer conversation about Ultralearning.
  • The Action Catalyst – Ultralearning with Scott H Young.
  • Future Tech Podcast – Cranking Up Our Internal Learning Mechanisms for Maximum Productivity
  • Money Savage Engage – “differences between formal and informal learning and education, how technology is helping and hurting us and how “ultralearning” can help us rise to the level we want to”
  • Productivityist – Understanding Ultralearning (with my fellow Canadian Mike Vardy)
  • Tim Kenny [VIDEO] – The longest episode I’ve recorded at nearly 3 hours, this one goes into a lot of places including a lot of speculation (and probably half-remembered research) about cognitive science, machine learning and advanced ideas!
  • Financial Independence Europe – Araminta had already started on her own ultralearning projects after reading a review copy of the book. We chat about it on the podcast.
  • Stu Schaefer – The 9 Ways To Supercharge Your Learning Ability So You Can Learn Anything Lightning Fast
  • The Art of Fulfillment – How to Learn Any Skill in Rapid Time
  • Duct Tape Marketing – How Ultralearning Helps You Master New Skills.
  • Daniel Karim – How to Learn Anything
  • Leading Learning – How businesses and individuals can apply ultralearning.
  • [ADDED AUG 12, 2019] – Todd Nief
  • [ADDED AUG 13, 2019] – Optimize Yourself – How to Master the Metaskill of Ultralearning
  • [ADDED AUG 13, 2019] – Nathan Seaward – Master the Art of Ultralearning

[Many of the podcasts I recorded have still yet to be released. I’ll be updating this page as they go live, with the date added, as they are uploaded.]

Book Reviews

Here are some reviews of the book:

Did you write a review for Ultralearning, but don’t see it here? Send me a link and let me know. To avoid duplication, I’m going to link only to reviews from newspapers, blogs and external publications as opposed to social media or retailer reviews, but I appreciate those as well!

My Essays

In addition to reviews and conversations with other people, I’ve also written some pieces on other websites about Ultralearning. You can check them out here:

Want to Learn to Code? Don’t Go to School — I want to challenge the idea that going to university is the best path to learning to code. While four years may be best for some, an alternative path might be more effective for many.

The Nine Principles of Learning (and the Mistakes from Failing to Follow Them) – A guest post I did about applying Ultralearning to learning Chinese.

Thank You!

I want to thank everyone who has gotten the book already. This book has been an obsession of mine for over three years, so I want to thank everyone who took the leap to read it.

If you have read the book, it would mean the world to me if you left a review. Reading the reviews left on Amazon, Audible and elsewhere from actual readers has been one of the most rewarding parts of writing the book.

Even better, if you decide to take up the call and start your own ultralearning project, I’d love to hear about it! You can include it in your review, or send it to me directly via email–if this book encouraged you to try learning something new, it will have been worth the effort.

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