This Sunday we’ll be bringing you an interview with Jamie Wheal, co-founder of The Flow Genome Project, alongside Steven Kotler who wrote some books I’m sure many of the listeners of this show will know such as The Rise Of Superman and of course Abundance, which was co-written with Dr Peter Diamandis who will also be on the show in coming weeks.
We talked about all of the weird and wonderful things that people do to get them into an optimal state including biohacking and one underlying theme that emerged from this conversation was that we should never confuse a means to an end with being an end in itself, which is a trap that can be easy to fall into.
In this episode of Fast Fix Friday, I explore this topic and leave you with a question to ponder before you head off for the weekend.
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