Aug. 4, 2017
Radical Candor™ is the ability to Challenge Directly and show you Care Personally at the same time. Radical Candor will help you and all the people you work with do the best work of your lives and build the best relationships of your career.
Two nearly universal experiences make Radical Candor unnatural. One, most people have been told since they learned to talk some version of “if you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it at all.” When they become a boss, the very thing they have been taught not to do since they were 18 months old is suddenly their job.
Furthermore, most people, since they got their first job, have been told to be “professional.” Too often, that’s code for leaving your humanity at home. But to build strong relationships, you have to Care Personally. You have to bring your whole self to work.
[00:00:29] Mastermind Talks.
[00:01:53] Carmel Valley Ranch.
[00:02:55] Jayson Gaignard
[00:05:51] Belgian Waffle Ride.
[00:07:23] Book: Radical Candour by Kim Scott.
[00:08:51] Obnoxious aggression.
[00:10:55] Shit sandwich.
[00:11:21] Book: The Hard Thing About Hard Things: Building a Business When There Are No Easy Answers by Ben Horowitz.
[00:12:24] Kim Scott.
[00:18:08] Interview: Type 2 Diabetes, Fasting, Your Questions Answered with Dr Jason Fung.
[00:18:46] Interview: Why We Get Fat and What You Should Really Do About It with Chris Masterjohn, PhD and Tommy Wood, MD, PhD.
[00:19:41] Absentee hatchet job.
[00:20:28] Interview: The Migraine Miracle with Dr Joshua Turknett.
[00:21:34] Video: The Most Reliable Way to Lose Weight with Chris Masterjohn, PhD.
[00:23:23] Article: Should Calorie Counting Be the Main Focus for Somebody Trying to Lose Weight (Body Fat)? by Tommy Wood, MD, PhD.
[00:24:20] Tommy's Dad on PubMed.
[00:25:09] Flat tire.
[00:26:11] STEM-Talk podcast: Gary Taubes discusses low carb diets and sheds light on the hazards of sugar.
[00:27:27] Manipulative insincerity.
[00:31:33] IFM talk on insulin Buck Institute.
[00:33:21] Book: Surely You're Joking Mr Feynman by Richard P Feynman.
[00:34:04] Paper: Dominique Chretien, Paule Benit, Hyung-Ho Ha, Susanne Keipert, Riyad El-Khoury, Young-Tae Chang, Martin Jastroch, Howard Jacobs, Pierre Rustin, Malgorzata Rak. “Mitochondria Are Physiologically Maintained At Close To 50 C”.
[00:36:25] Paper: Cronise, Raymond J., David A. Sinclair, and Andrew A. Bremer. "Oxidative Priority, Meal Frequency, and the Energy Economy of Food and Activity: Implications for Longevity, Obesity, and Cardiometabolic Disease." Metabolic Syndrome and Related Disorders (2016). Be sure to read Tommy’s response: Wood, Thomas. "If the Metabolic Winter Is Coming, When Will It Be Summer?" Metabolic Syndrome and Related Disorders (2017).
[00:44:51] Discourse forum software.
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