With another Sunday, here’s the 72nd edition of my weekly series, The Last 7 Days.
What’s it about?
It’s a weekly series where I talk about what I read, what I listened to, and what I saw in the last seven days.
Since the content I consume around the topics of mindset, marketing and movies brought me value, I decided to share that with you as well, through these weekly editions.
If any of the below-mentioned topics interest you, let’s chat – @rth24 on Instagram.
What To Read:
- What if everyone’s nutrition was personalized? Read more here.
- Why does Mitochondrial health affect aging? 4 science-backed ways to rejuvenate mitochondria. Read here.
- 5 ways ‘Ted Lasso’ shows how effective leadership can be achieved through kindness. Check it here.
- From clip art to Comic Sans: These screenshots from 25 years ago show just how much the internet has changed. Check it out here.
What To Listen:
*The links being attached redirect to Spotify, but you can search for these episode titles wherever you listen to your podcasts.
- In this episode of The School of Greatness, Lewis and Dr. Emeran Mayer discuss the biggest triggers for inflammation, the foods we should eat & avoid to improve our gut health, why we’ve become so addicted to sugar & the effects it has on our body, whether our brain or gut health affects our body more, how our digestive system functions, and so much more! Listen here. (There’s a part two to this episode, where they discuss what the mind actually is, finding a higher purpose have on your mind, the key changes to make today to improve your health, and more)
- On The Daily Stoic, Ryan Holiday talks to Dave Asprey about the benefits of intermittent fasting, how to optimize your life to maximize both physical and mental performance, and more. Listen to it here.
- Facebook COO, Sheryl Sandberg on changing culture and lessons from loss, on Just B with Bethenny Frankel. Check it out here.
- In this week’s episode of 22 Yarns, Suresh Raina joins Gaurav Kapur to discuss his newly released autobiography, Believe. They talk about the story behind the book’s name, the 2011 World Cup triumph, Greg Chappell’s impact on his career, his learnings under Dravid’s captaincy, his time as Gujarat Lions captain & his special relationship with MS Dhoni. Listen here.
- On Happy Sad Confused Podcast, Tom Hiddleston deep dives into his beloved Marvel character, plus some geeking out about one of his favorite comfort movies, “Cast Away”. Listen to it here.
What To Watch:
- Jack Dorsey, Cathie Wood, Elon Musk discuss Bitcoin as a tool for economic empowerment. Watch it here.
- Sadhguru sits down to discuss identity, consciousness, inner freedom, human evolution, and his book Karma, A Yogi’s Guide to Crafting Your Destiny, on The Tony Robbins Podcast. Watch here.
- On this episode of Cyrus Says, he is joined by Pratik Gandhi to talk about his critically acclaimed series ‘Scam 1992’, his love for the theatre, performing a monologue in three different languages on the same day that got him into the Limca Book of Records, and tons more. Check it out here.
- Series Recommendation of the Week – Kevin Can F**k Himself (A dark comedy that alternates between traditional multi-camera sitcom and single-camera drama. Set in Worcester, Mass., the series follows the journey of Allison McRoberts, a stereotypically smart and beautiful sitcom wife, who is married to Kevin, a husky, self-centered man-child who is clearly punching above his weight. After making a dark discovery, Allison teams up with neighbor Patty O’Connor as she attempts to escape the confines of her life and take control of her fate.)
- Movie Recommendation of the Week – Black Widow (Natasha Romanoff, aka Black Widow, confronts the darker parts of her ledger when a dangerous conspiracy with ties to her past arises. Pursued by a force that will stop at nothing to bring her down, Natasha must deal with her history as a spy, and the broken relationships left in her wake long before she became an Avenger.)
There is a lot of insightful, engaging and entertaining content mixed in all of this.
If any of these topics interest you, then your time will be well-spent.
You can check out the previous editions of The Last 7 Days – here.