Outliers with Daniel Scrivner

Outliers with Daniel Scrivner

On Outliers, Daniel Scrivner sits down with entrepreneurs, investors, and iconoclasts in the Top 1% of their field. We dig deep to uncover the ideas, patterns, and perspectives that we can all put to use today. Level up and start learning from the world's best minds with Outliers. Subscribe to get the latest episode delivered every Tuesday. For more, visit Outliers.fm.... Show More

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February 23, 2021 38 min
“If there's one innovation in crypto, it's incentive structures that actually drive people to do things that benefit the whole. That is so huge. But these automated market makers create liquidity for the long tail. And so if everything is suddenly liquid, what happens there? What are the emergent results?” – Rennick Palley Rennick Palley is the Founder and Chief Investment Officer of Stratos Technologies. Prior to founding ...
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“I think every stock that has future growth can be value, and every stock that is value can also be growth. They go together.” – Rennick Palley Rennick Palley is the Founder and Chief Investment Officer of Stratos Technologies. Prior to founding Stratos, Rennick worked as a Research Associate at Sanders Capital — which manages over $40 billion in global equities. To date, Stratos Technologies has made 16 investments with an aggrega...
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“So what I do now is essentially help students escape from their education. That's my enterprise every year. And it's always fun, because they escape quite readily. They all know that what they're making in their classes is an artificial product that doesn't actually have any particular interest for anyone except them.” – Verlyn Klinkenborg  In this episode of Outliers, I’m talking with Verlyn Klinkenborg (@verl...
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“When you’re first starting a fund, you're going to spend your first five years, realistically, actively raising money from LPs—and that is your primary role. It is not interfacing with founders and helping entrepreneurs; that's a small piece. I think it's important that people realize: if you just want to work with entrepreneurs all day, join an existing fund.” – Andrew Dumont Andrew Dumont (@andrewdumont) is a CEO...
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“There’s no way to stop these accidents from happening, but there’s a way to stop them from happening to you.” – Laurence Gonzales Laurence Gonzales (@deepsurvivalsm0) is an award-winning author of numerous books about the psychology and neuroscience of survival . In this episode, Laurence and Daniel discuss his newest book, The Chemistry of Fire, a collection of exploratory essays that feed into his work on survival. Laurence ...
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“Once we have a starting point and a target, we can start to evaluate, do we turn left, do we turn right? How do we measure success? Then that dynamic process never stops." – Brandon Johnson In this episode of Outliers, Brandon Johnson explains what a family office is, how he works with families to plan for and structure their wealth, and why it’s important to teach your children about finances and investing. Brandon Johnson is...
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Full show notes with selected links, quotes, and the big ideas in this episode: https://www.danielscrivner.com/notes/chris-sparks-outliers-show-notes The full transcript can also be found here: https://www.danielscrivner.com/notes/chris-sparks-outliers-transcript In this episode of Outliers, I sit down with Top 20 poker player and peak performance coach Chris Sparks to discuss performance vs productivity, the power of reflection,...
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To close out the year, we're replaying the most popular episodes of Outliers in 2020. Coming in 2nd place is Carey Smith, the Founder and CEO of Big Ass Fans responsible for growing the company from $0 to $500 million. We cover the lessons he learned building a $500M business, including the importance of brand building and endless iteration. “I think in some ways it's trite, but you really do learn an awful lot from failure...
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To close out the year, we're replaying the most popular episodes of Outliers in 2020. Coming in third place is our interview with Dylan Taylor, who's widely regarded as the most active private space investor in the world. “I’m in the camp that is super passionate about space as a tool for transformation. So what energizes me is getting humans into space.” — Dylan Taylor In this episode of Outliers, I sit down with Dylan Tay...
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“You have to surround yourself with the people that are a version of who you ultimately want to become.” – Nicolas Cole To date, Nicolas Cole’s (@Nicolascole77) writing has racked up more than 100 million views. His work has appeared in Harvard Business Review, TIME, Forbes, Fortune, Business Insider, The Chicago Tribune, Apple News, Slate Magazine, Inc Magazine, and on CNBC. While he’s focused more on writing books, he started...
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“I strongly believe that we are all born explorers. In the sense that when you're one year old you learn how to walk, you walk out of the house, and you start to wonder what's hidden between yourself and the horizon. And soon you will start to wonder, what's even beyond your horizon? So this spirit of exploration, that's something we all have. I kept it more than most people, but it never goes away. We all have it t...
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POPULAR ⭐️ “What is this thing we call technology? In the cosmological sense, like, where does it fit in? How does it relate to life? And my current summary would be that it is an extension of life and therefore is not contrary to life. It's an extended version of life—and that gives me hope, because it means that we can always make a greener version of whatever we make.” – Kevin Kelly In this episode of Outliers, I’m talking w...
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“I believe everything happens for a reason. I don't have any regrets, even though I've done some stupid stuff in my life—like, really dumb things. I wouldn't take it back, because I learned more from my flaws and failures than I have from the “successes” of life. Those have been the character builders.” – Paula Faris In this episode of Outliers, I’m talking with Paula Faris (@paulafaris) about leaving prominent tele...
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POPULAR ⭐️ “I was really interested in achieving good health along with performance, and I sacrificed my health in the name of performance. So I wondered if there was a way in which we could kind of have both—that I could be strong and lean and fit and happy and healthy and productive and shiny and sparkly and all the things that people want, without all of this pain and suffering and sacrifice.” — Mark Sisson On this episode of Ou...
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“I do believe that if you want to level up your leadership skills, if you want to contribute at a higher level... everybody should have some form of assistance.” — Casey Putschoegl In this episode of Outliers, I’m talking with Casey about how she’s built a successful executive assistant agency with a focus on quality relationships, a rigorous selection process, and true partnerships between assistants and executives. Her insights o...
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“I think humor is incredibly important, and I think it’s important even in industrial sales—and people don’t make enough use of it.” — Carey Smith In this episode of Outliers, I catch up with Carey Smith, a brilliant entrepreneur who founded Big Ass Fans and grew it from $0 to $500 million in the span of 20 years. We discuss: What Carey learned from his first business venture (which actually flopped). The evolution of Big Ass Fan...
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Popular Episode ⭐️ “All accidents are the same. You kind of have to put them together from pieces. They don’t just happen. You have to assemble them.” — Laurence Gonzales In this episode of Outliers, I sit down with Laurence Gonzales — an award-winning author of numerous books about the psychology and neuroscience of survival — to discuss:  Why smart people make stupid decisions. What causes accidents and why some people survive ...
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Popular Episode ⭐️ “Talent must be identified and then it must be cultivated. And oftentimes this takes years to cultivate and invest in and grow and bring it to its full expression.” — Pete Richardson In this episode of Outliers, I sit down with Pete Richardson, Co-Founder and Master Guide at Paterson Center, to discuss: The history of the Paterson Center and its inventor, Tom Paterson. The four questions every listener should a...
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“I’m in the camp that is super passionate about space as a tool for transformation. So what energizes me is getting humans into space.” — Dylan Taylor Many of us let those dreams go when we started thinking about our careers, including Dylan Taylor (@SpaceAdvisor). In his late 30s, Dylan had some success in the business world, but after reading “The Last Lecture” by Randy Pausch, he began reflecting on one of his earliest passi...
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Popular Episode ⭐️ “It’s not just how you sound. It’s your voice. It’s who you are. It’s what you want to say. And if you have a tool that can help you express yourself, isn’t that better?” — Jessica Hansen On this episode of Outliers, I talk with Jessica about her experiences working with some of NPR’s most recognizable voices. She also walks us through some of her “secret” voice techniques, the ones she typically shares only with...
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