Getting Beyond Hack Culture


Hack culture—or the general idea that there are specific products, services, or supplements that will quickly make you healthier, happier, fitter, and more productive—has taken off in the last decade. In this episode of the Growth Equation podcast, Brad and Steve explore how and why this has happened. They discuss what, if any, “hacks” may be worthwhile, and why so many people fall for the myriad other ones that don’t work (at best) and are downright harmful (at worst). Since the goal of this show is never to be doom and gloom, they also spend time on what actually works to become healthier, happier, fitter, and more productive, outlining the steps that actually make a difference and that everyone can take.

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1 comment

  • Admittedly I did not listen to this entire episode on hack culture, what I did hear was enough. You guys are better than this.

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