Mark Manson is the insanely successful author of the New York Times bestsellers ‘The Subtle Art to Not Giving a F**k’ and ‘Everything is F**ked: A Book About Hope.’ The former spent a staggering 4 years on The New York Times bestseller list.
Mark also writes, with impressive persistence and wonderful humour on the superb MarkManson.net, giving witty, helpful and well-researched life advice.
3.25 – The pandemic in New York
4.30 – Over-Saturation of media
5.10 – Angry emails
7.10 – Removing comments from the site
8.10 – Mike’s abusive comments from his Jordan Peterson interview
8.50 – Insane amount of copies of book sold
9.50 – Failing before finding success and learning from his mistakes
11.40 – Facebook algorithm change
13.00 – Clickbait and problems with online media
16.00 – The next few months likely to be insane
18.20 – Getting news from the Wikipedia front page and foreign news
19.40 – Stop watching news and being more conscious of the information 21.40 – The top of the triangle of independent media and Joe Rogan
22.40 – How Mark switches off from work
24.21 – Does writing still feel like work?
26.03 – People telling Mark why he is so popular
27.23 – Elite mindsets like Tom Brady and charismatic people
31.40 – Survivorship bias