Yes my site is plain on purpose. It’s my minimalist desire for only what’s needed.
Me in 10 seconds
California native, I now live in Oxford, England.
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- Anything You Want (2011)
- 40 lessons for a new kind of entrepreneur: my tales of starting, building, and selling CD Baby
- Your Music and People (2019)
- a philosophy for musicians (and normal people) of getting your work to the world by being creative, considerate, resourceful, descriptive, focused, and connected
- Hell Yeah or No (2019)
- a collection of thoughts around re-defining yourself, changing focus, and saying yes to less
- How to Live (2020)
- radically different approaches to life, in succinct directives
My podcast is an audio version of my blog. Each episode is just 1-3 minutes. Listen here on my site.
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You can listen to over 44 hours of interviews, where I´m the guest.
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- April 28
- 8 years ago I spent the day in Singapore with my hero Kevin Kelly, then at the end he told me it was his 60th birthday. Today he posted this must-read gem: https://kk.org/thetechnium/68-bits-of-unsolicited-advice/
- April 20
- If you haven’t heard “Tango Til They’re Sore” by Tom Waits (from Rain Dogs) in a while, now’s a good time. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cmRzZX4dRSw
- April 10
- Season 2 of my podcast is in full swing. Completely different than Season 1, it’s me being interviewed by many different hosts. Listen at https://sivers.org/podcast
- March 23
- Sometimes the winds of change are a hurricane.
- March 21
- I’ve answered 2100 emails in the last 48 hours. 4000 left. This is intense, but I’m thankful for the connection.
- January 20
- My #1 most-gifted book is “The Third Ear” by Joachim-Ernst Berendt. Forever changes how you think of sound. https://www.amazon.com/dp/0805020071