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Think Like A Nobel Prize Winner

Brian Keating
ScienceNatural SciencesEducationSelf-Improvement

How can you unlock creativity and imagination to inspire, teach and lead? What mental models do some of the world’s brightest minds use to supercharge their creativity, and strengthen their most precious collaborations? Along the way you’ll discover that achieving greatness doesn’t require genius. Instead, dedication to a simple set of principles—habits and tools -- can boost your creativity, stoke your imagination, and unlock your full potential for out-of-this-universe success. On this podcast you’ll discover why Nobel Prize-winning scientists credit the often-overlooked “soft skills” such as communication, motivation, and introspection as keys to their success. You’ll see why they turn to curiosity, beauty, serendipity, and joy when they need to turn fresh eyes on some of the universe’s most vexing problems...and how you can too no matter what you do! Get the book here!


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5 out of 5 stars from 20 ratings
  • Love talking to these Nobel Prize winners!

    Adding new interviews approximately once a month! Stay tuned

    Dr Brian Keating
    United States2 months ago
  • Never miss an episode

    I can’t get enough. love learning about physics as I don’t know as much as Brian but thanks to his guests I am learning !

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 months ago
  • Nobel prize winners are different and not so different

    Love every episode especially the Nobel laureates that brian always lands. Don’t miss his main podcast Into the impossible which brought me here.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 months ago
  • Brilliant Brian and guests

    Love his interview style brings out introverted scientists from their shells

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 months ago
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    Never miss an episode

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