Top 11 Episodes from The James Altucher Podcast
I finally listen to a lot of podcasts, thanks to James.
That’s how good these episodes are. James Altucher is the reason why I try to write down ten ideas every day, and a small reason why I stopped drinking. I could go on & on but, this book is also a must-read.
His podcast has hit the 3 year anniversary and I guarantee you will get better and your mental toughness will increase dramatically if you listen to every episode, there’s over 150… How bad do you want new evidence to change your belief system?
If not, I’ve selected the top 11 episodes from James Altucher podcast.
Here are the Filet Mignon of the James Altucher podcast:
1) – T. Harv Eker: If you don’t work on your thinking, you’ll still get the same results… Plus, you should be a millionaire if you’re over 30 years old…
2) – Jack Canfield: Author of Chicken Soup for the Soul. Want to write a successful book? Check this one out…
3) – Tony Robbins: A great interview about money and our attitudes toward it. Is a 401k your best investment?
4) Neil Strauss: It’s cool because I’ve never heard an interview where it was switched between interviewer & interviewee…
6) –Mitch Lowe: Co-owner of NetFlix had classic Hinge moment and Blockbuster later would become obsolete…
7) Adam Grant: This episode is really cool, but it stung at the same time. It made me take a look inside. Honestly, one of the reasons I did this post is because I want James to read one of my books.
8) – Ted Leonsis: He was on the Jim Rome Show back in 2000 and was the reason why I wrote 100 things I wanted to do before I died. James Altucher does an excellent interview here.
9) -Coolio: This was the 1st episode I listened to, because I LOVED Fantastic Voyage growing up. The path, strength, and insight that Coolio displayed was unreal.
10) Freelance.com– A super-worthy tale of how this website got started and the journey that Matt took.– Matt Barrie of
11) Rick Ross- This was America’s most successful drug dealer. At his peak, he made 1 million dollars a day. He didn’t ever buy anything either, he invested back with individuals…
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