Jon Levy calls himself a nerd. But his life is anything but nerdy.
He’s the author of The 2 AM Principle, lessons gathered as he built his own life of adventure.
He’s also managed to surround himself with interesting people, as host of the Influencers Dinner series: Intimate gatherings of highly successful strangers who are prohibited from revealing their identities (last names and professions, specifically). All in the name of adventure.
Jon drops art and science in ou
Nico is better with people than anyone we know. Famous people, rich people, even people like you. That's because he treats everyone like they're important.
He comes by the Rebel Radio studio to tell us how he does it. We take notes. It sounds like a ton of attention to detail and a bit of being genuinely interested in people.
Hear the story of how he went from breaking stuff in London recording studios to slanging bagels after hours to becoming LA's king of the a-list. A
Sam Spiegel tells us how about the time he critiqued Kanye West’s music, and Kanye liked it.
We dropped by Sam’s house to soak up some knowledge. He gave us water and let us in on the secrets to his success.
- How he built a company that makes music for the coolest brands in the world
- How he made a music video for his group NASA (North America, South America, not the space program) that caused an online scandal
- How he knows what kind of people he wants to hire
DJ Skee has retired from more successful careers than most people have ever had. He's been a DJ, producer, marketer, TV host. Mark Cuban called him the Oprah of music and he's been called the Ryan Seacrest of hip-hop. These days, he's the founder of Dash Radio, which aims to be the #1 online radio platform in the world. They're off to a good start: Dash hosts Rebel Radio on the Theory of Mind channel, and also features shows from many of our previous guests: Baka Boyz, DJ Hap
Justin Rezvani wants me to get an Amazon Echo. I don’t want an Amazon Echo. I want Apple to get it’s shit together and make products that blow us all away.
What’s great about Justin is that he isn’t weighted down by all of that nostalgia. His favorite DJs are some guys he heard at Burning Man last year. Not some dude he’s been rooting for for the past three decades. In other words, Justin’s only real passion is success. And it shows.
At 28, he was recently named to Forbes