Top 10 podcasts of 2020 – according to podcastnotes

A collection of outstanding podcast episodes released over 2020 from


James Nestor: The lost art of breath


Bitcoin has entered phase 5

When Plan released his revised Stock-to-Flow model as a Cross Asset Model (S2FX), he added a new concept: phase transitions. This revision to the model takes into consideration the evolution of Bitcoin’s use and meaning, as such, from proof of concept to payments to e-gold to a financial asset.

Following the halving in May, many have speculated what the next transitional phase would be for Bitcoin, with the model predicting the price of Bitcoin potentially reaching $288K.


NO EXCUSES with Jocko Willink – The James Altucher Show

Every time when I talk to Jock Willink, an American Retired Naval Office, Author, and Podcaster, I learn a million lessons from him. This time is no different! This time we talked about not having any excuses when you’re trying to archive any goal, and also, his new book (extended version of the previous book.) Discipline Equals Freedom: Field Manual Mk1-MOD1


Poker, Probabilities, and How We Make Decisions | Annie Duke on Conversations with Tyler

For Annie Duke, the poker table is a perfect laboratory to study human decision-making — including her own. “It really exposes you to the way that you’re thinking,” she says, “how hard it is to avoid decision traps, even when you’re perfectly well aware that those decision traps exist. And how easy it is for like your mind to slip into those traps.” She’s spent a lot of time studying human cognition at the poker table and off it — her best-known academic article is about psycholinguistics and her forthcoming book is titled How to Decide: Simple Tools for Making Better Choices.


Essentialism Explained: Greg McKeown on Modern Wisdom Podcast

Today Greg teaches us the art of Essentialism; how not to fall into the undisciplined pursuit of more, how to avoid the trivial many and instead focus our attention onto the vital few. This podcast could change your life, don’t miss it.


Hugh Jackman on The Tim Ferriss Show


How To Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones | James Clear on Making Sense with Sam Harris

In this episode of the podcast, Sam Harris speaks with James Clear about habit formation. They discuss the difference between creating good habits and discontinuing bad ones, the role of the environment, the misalignment between immediate and long term outcomes, the remembering self vs the experiencing self, goals vs systems, the compounding of incremental gains, the role of attention, the four laws of behavior change, “temptation bundling,” and other topics.


The New Media World, The Value of Family, and Why Boomers Need To Go | Ryan Holiday on The Portal with Eric Weinstein

Ryan Holiday is a master manipulator with a cool head, and keen eye for social observation and a big heart. Eric sits down with the Author of “Conspiracy” and tries to get a self-confessed former manipulator and one of the top emerging millennial social analysts to tell us how he unweaves society’s artifices to see what is really driving our current moment across many areas.


The Pandemic, Power of Masks, Levels of Risk and More | Nassim Nicholas Taleb on EconTalk

Nassim Nicholas Taleb talks about the pandemic with EconTalk host Russ Roberts. Topics discussed include how to handle the rest of this pandemic and the next one, the power of the mask, geronticide, and soul in the game.


Naval Ravikant on The Tim Ferriss Show

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