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Upgrade your Social Skills, your Business Savvy, your Game, and your Lifestyle. And do it all for Free. With over 200 episodes and 200+ hours of content, The Art of Charm Podcast can be pretty overwhelming if you don’t know where to start. This page contains some of our favorite episodes, divided among recent favorites, the most educational “toolbox” series, and some other classic and fun interviews. You can start at any point on this page, so feel free to jump around! If you like what you hear, subscribe! Click to “one click subscribe” in iTunes, or download the episodes right from this page. Are you a poweruser? Check out our RSS feed. or Get The Podcast-only Audio Feed So without further ado, enjoy The Art of Charm Podcast! (…or, learn more about us here)
Episode #309: Adam Gilbert, The Psychology of Change
Have you ever tried to lose weight, stop drinking, start a business and a new exercise program at the same time? Did you fail and wonder why? Health and fitness psychology expert, Adam Gilbert, would say you took on too much at one time.
There’s a psychology to making changes that last and Adam is here to give us the golden nuggets on that very topic. Join us for episode 309 as we talk about the psychology of weight loss, why you sabotage yourself and others do too, why discomfort is the perfect compass and the most common roadblocks he sees with his clients.
Episode #302:Arel Moodie, The Art of Likability
Arel Moodie is a true rags to riches story. He climbed his way out of the projects in Brooklyn to become a keynote speaker at the White House, a millionaire and one of Inc Magazine’s 30 Under 30. He’s also contributed to Forbes, and delivered a TedX talk. All on the subject of likability.
He joins The Art of Charm today to share with us what likability is, why it had such an impact on his upward mobility from the projects in Brooklyn and how to cultivate and authentically apply it in your personal and professional life.
Episode #284: Dr. Isaiah Hankel, Black Hole Focus
Most people believe charisma is something you’ve either got or you don’t – that you’re somehow born with it. Not so according to our guest for episode 284.
Dr. Isaiah Hankel is an author, biotech consultant and successful owner of three multi-national businesses. He’s worked with clients such as Amgen, Pfizer and Roche. And he’s presented at such esteemed academic institutions as Harvard, Stanford, Oxford, Cambridge and The Curie Institute.
Episode #281: Vanessa Van Edwards, How to Read People Like a Book
Imagine what you could do if you could always know what someone else was really thinking – no matter what they were saying to you. How would that change your work life, your life at home and your relationships?
Here to help you do just that is Vanessa Van Edwards of the Science of People, a human behavior research lab. She’s joins the Art of Charm podcast to give us the inside scoop on human behavior, micro-expressions, being a human lie detector and how to read people like a book.
Episode #276: Peter Voogd, Game Changers
Peter Voogd began his hustle at a the young age of 15. He’s learned a lot since, and we riff on all that, including:
- Why self-education and taking action isn’t always the best path.
- Action for the sake of action is not a guaranteed win
- How to rise above mediocrity
- When you try to catch two rabbits you catch zero
- Creating a company or personal culture for success
- How culture is manifested by something inside of us as entrepreneurs
- Making a plan to interrupt your interruptions
- Base your decisions and priorities off of standards, principles values and intelligence NOT your emotions (don’t get sucked into what others think)
- Why focusing on the big picture and pre-determining your outcome is REQUIRED for success
- How passion can only take you so far
- Creating a master plan to take you from week-to-week while accomplishing your goals
- Getting FROM the day vs getting THROUGH the day
Episode #254: John Corcoran, Systemize Your Networking
John Corcoran of Smart Business Revolution tells us how to systemize our networking and relationship-building process, including:
- Why it’s all about who you know and why that’s a GOOD thing (instead of something to whine about)
- How to start developing a network like a ninja
- How to network even when you don’t know anyone, “have nothing to offer” and don’t have any money
- How to spark interesting conversations and connections
- Finding the RIGHT people to connect with at events and parties
- Getting over the ‘fear of being fake’
- Following up with connections and making them count
- How to measure your networking ‘results’ and ensuring you’re getting ROI for your time and efforts building your network
Episode #225: AoC Toolbox, Relationship Foundations
When things go right an you’ve met someone who piques as much interest and curiosity in you as you have in them relationships bloom. AJ, Johnny and Justin go through the ins and outs of setting up boundaries, continuing being your charismatic self and putting together a solid foundation for a healthy relationship.
Episode #221: AoC Toolbox, Guide to First Dates
Now that you’ve met and garnered some interest from the opposite sex AJ, Johnny and Justin of The Art of Charm crew go through some tried & tested ideas and tips to help you out on those all-important first dates. This episode keeps it simple so you can enjoy your date rather than sweating it out.
Episode #218: AoC Toolbox, Nightlife Do’s and Don’ts
AJ and Johnny interview club builder, production manager and friend of the show Derek W on the ins and outs of the nightlife industry, such as:
- Different ways of getting into the clubs
- Making a statement when you do
- Getting the most out of your evening plus a few crazy stories thrown in to illustrate how to do things right and what happens when things go wrong.
Episode #213: AJ Harbinger, AttractionAlchemy.com
Episode #209 & Episode 210: Susan Winter, Relationship Coach
Susan Winter and Jordan Harbinger have an epic two-part conversation about relationships and relationship management. This will be one for the “best of” page in no time. Topics this week and next: -How to decide on (and screen in) the type of women you want for a relationship -How to answer the “What Are We?” question -How to establish personal boundaries in a relationship -How to handle conflict within a relationship -How to handle the transition from the ‘honeymoon phase’ to a real relationship -Handling common issues & hurdles in a relationship -How to handle her past -How to handle your future as a couple -Jealousy/possessiveness -What to do when she’s pulling away -What to do when she drops ‘The L-Bomb’
Episode #203: Justin Jensen, Coach at The Art of Charm
Justin Jensen, the newest addition to the coaching team here at The Art of Charm, gets vulnerable with his podcast debut: -How many beliefs solidify in high school -How many of us have women that choose us (instead of the other way around) -How his heart got smashed, and how this triggered his now-skyrocketing path to personal growth -How he made every excuse not to get himself together, and the one event that propelled him forward. -Overcoming Social Anxiety, and pushing social boundaries -His days as a pro poker player and what he learned about body language and nonverbal communication -Having the confidence to quit his day job and join The Art of Charm
BONUS Episode: Man School with Jordan Harbinger, “I was kidnapped…TWICE!”
This is an episode where I, Jordan Harbinger am the guest rather than the host. In this show, I talk about how I got kidnapped not once, but TWICE, and why I’m here to tell the story. I’ll let Caleb describe his own show… — Thanks to everyone who checked out Jordan Harbinger’s amazing stories on Class #2 “I Was Kidnapped… Twice!” Here’s some of the unusual stuff that Jordan talked about… Class Takeaways: Kidnapping advice: If you are being held against your will, fight against going to a secondary location. “The place where no one can hear you scream.” Knowing the local language helps. Having some self-defense skills can give you an advantage. The police in another country may play by very different rules than they do where you’re from. Come up with an edge. (At one point, Jordan pretended he was sleeping.) “You live and die by your people skills.” A friend with a big mouth can get you in a whole lot of trouble.
Episode #191: Ryan Holiday, “Trust Me, I’m Lying”
Marketing expert and author Ryan Holiday drops by to discuss:
- His new book and why it turns conventional marketing on its head
- Why dropping out of college was the best thing he ever did
- How to give value and network with celebrities
- How to get your dream job(s)
Guest Bio: Although Holiday dropped out of college at the age of 19, he spent years training under Robert Greene, author of the nationally known book, “The 48 Laws of Power.” It is through this training period that Holiday learned how to be a master media manipulator. He spent years coaching various musicians and authors on how to sell themselves as a brand name, and worked as a marketing strategist for people like Dov Charney and Tucker Max. Companies such as Twitter, Google and YouTube have used his marketing campaign strategies, and he has caught the attention of top media outlets including the New York Times, Gawker and AdAge. He also served as the Director of Marketing for American Apparel, where as he explains in the book, he felt the real consequences of media manipulation. He is still a blogger living in New Orleans, and posts regularly on his own website www.ryanholiday.net
Episode #190: Lt. Col. Jason LeDuc, United States Air Force
We’ve all heard Networking is a very powerful skill, and that it’s not WHAT you know, but WHO you know. However, in the military, a lot of this game is played while the majority of the participants are unaware, or sitting on the sideline. We at The Art of Charm crew first decided to do this show after hearing from a LOT of our military clients that “networking isn’t important in the armed forces” -something we just could not believe. In this episode, AoC program graduate Lt. Col. LeDuc shatters this myth, and gives some seriously helpful (and simple!) tips for networking in the military, obtaining coveted assignments, and garnering support for your career on your way to the top. Guest Bio: Lieutenant Colonel Jason LeDuc is currently assigned to the Air War College Distance Learning Program at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama. He has served on active duty in the US Air Force for almost 18 years including assignments at Edwards Air Force Base, California; Hanscom Air Force Base, Massachusetts; and Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado. He has worked a variety of assignments from basic research and development at the Air Force Research Laboratory Rocket Propulsion Site; as a project engineer and flight test director for radar and electronic warfare systems; as well rapid development and test of systems for Air Force Space Command. He has deployed to the Combined Air and Space Operations Center, Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar as an operations planner and to the Office of Security Cooperation – Iraq in Baghdad as a Foreign Military Sales case manager. He has a Bachelors of Science degree in Aerospace Engineering from Boston University and a Masters of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Northeastern University. He is also a graduate of the US Air Force Air War College Distance Learning program.
Episode #182: Erin, former CIA operative
Erin emailed me out of the blue one day telling me that what we do and talk about at AoC is “remarkably similar” to what’s taught by the CIA at “The Farm”. Obviously, my curiosity was piqued, and after verifying that she was the real deal, we decided to do a show together. From 2000 to 2010, Erin served as an Operations officer with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), with seven years experience in managing overseas collection operations and counterterrorism activities for the intelligence community. She served as an operations officer in several critical posts in the Middle East as well as extensive travel in Africa, Eastern Europe, and Southeast Asia, and is experienced in Arab and South Asian issues and cultures. Erin has extensive experience in recruiting appropriate personnel to work within the intelligence community, and has been recognized by senior Agency management for her leadership, planning, organizational abilities and excellent interpersonal skills. In this episode of the show, we take a look at: -Establishing rapport, and why it’s the “gateway” to achieve what you are looking for. -Giving-to-get -Confidence vs. Arrogance -Eliciting information Of course, I also picked Erin’s brain about whether or not she’d had any close calls while on duty, how she got her job (the answer WILL surprise you), and about which CIA skills she uses every day.
Episode #178: Tim Ferriss, FourHourChef.com (FourHourWorkWeek.com)
Holy crap! The Tim Ferriss interview! Finally! (Jordan’s note: We LITERALLY released this at MIDNIGHT Eastern time on Nov 20th so that we’re the FIRST interview Tim could give after his book was officially launched -take that …everyone else!) His new book is out and AJ & Jordan talk with Tim about:
- Innovations that will change the world forever
I mean, it’s Tim Ferriss, ’nuff said, right?!?
Episode #175: Olivia Fox Cabane, AskOlivia.com
Olivia Fox Cabane — Author of The Charisma Myth (Kindle version here), released early 2012. An expert in the fields of charisma and leadership, Olivia Fox Cabane has lectured at Stanford, Yale, Harvard, MIT and the United Nations. As a frequent keynote speaker and executive coach to the leadership of Fortune 500 companies, she helps people become more persuasive, influential, and inspiring. From a base of thorough behavioral science, Olivia extracts the most practical tools for business; giving her clients techniques she originally developed for Harvard and MIT. Her course at Berkeley’s Business School was so popular that university staff had to guard the entrance to ensure that only admitted students gained entrance. In addition to being a columnist for Forbes, FastCompany and The Huffington Post, Olivia is often featured in media such as The New York Times, Bloomberg or BusinessWeek. She has been profiled in The Wall Street Journal as well as NPR’s Marketplace show. Olivia was featured as one of the “25 Men and Women Who Are Shaping Our Profession” by the speaking profession’s insider publication, Speaker Magazine. Olivia has both French and American nationalities and is fluent in 4 languages; her books have been translated into 8 languages and she is the youngest person ever to have been appointed Foreign Trade Advisor to the French Government.
Episode #157 – University of Michigan Alumni Association presents: Success Through The Art of Charm
In September, 2010, AJ & Jordan Harbinger were invited to give a talk to the student body at their alma mater, The University of Michigan. Although the talk focuses on Business Networking, The Art of Charm content shines through in this lecture. Thanks to the University of Michigan Alumni Association for providing the audio recording and making it available to the public. If you’d like AJ & Jordan to speak at your school or organization, contact us.
Episode #152: Chris Gore, G4 Attack of the Show part 1
Jordan Harbinger and special guest host Adam Lyons chat it up with G4’s Attack of the Show’s (AOTS) Chris Gore! This show was super fun to record, and the topics range from guys with bad game to sex in public places, penis injuries, working with (and on) high-profile women like Angelina Jolie. The guys also talk about failing as much as you can, breakups and making it in Hollywood, with some special advice for indie film makers and how social skills can make all the difference in this town.
Episode #150: Matt, The Evolution of an AoC Student
Ever wondered what it was like to go through a program here at The Art of Charm? We interviewed Matt, a recent graduate of our weeklong residential Attraction program. This interview is especially insightful because not only did we interview Matt after his program, but we caught up with him BEFOREHAND to get a handle on his expectations, checked in with him DURING the program, as well as immediately afterward. In this incredible 3-part episode, you can actually listen in on Matt’s evolution and see if you’re ready to make the same transformation yourself.
Bonus Episode: Social Engineering Defense Contractors on LinkedIn and Facebook: Who’s plugged into your employees?
This is a recording of Jordan Harbinger’s 2012 talk at DerbyCon Infosecurity conference, entitled: Social Engineering Defense Contractors on LinkedIn and Facebook: Who’s plugged into your employees? Synopsis: Sure, Top Secret cleared staff and employees have ‘protocol’ and rules to follow regarding internet use and social media -but what if they don’t (or won’t) follow them? What if they’re looking to jump ship and no longer care about policy? I put this question to the test and mined confidential information from dozens of contractors and personnel from law enforcement, the military and high-profile defense contractors by using LinkedIn and other social media, all from home and nearly all of it using only my phone… Here’s a video of the talk itself: YouTube“
#146: Chris Hadnagy, The Art of Human Hacking
In this particularly riveting episode of the show, Jordan Harbinger interviews Chris Hadnagy, author of “Social Engineering: The Art of Human Hacking” and curator of Social-Engineer.org, THE social-engineering reference on the web. Chris and Jordan riff on principles of Social Engineering, how many of us use it in our everyday lives without even KNOWING it, and how it can be used for both good and evil.
Episode #145: Dr. Robert Glover, “No More Mr. Nice Guy”
Dr. Glover has worked with thousands of Nice Guys and their partners through therapy, groups, classes, and workshops. As a result of his work, Dr. Glover has watched countless Men transform from being passive, resentful victims to empowered, integrated males. Along with these personal changes have come similartransformations in these men’s professional careers and intimate relationships.
Bonus Episodes Jordan Harbinger & Neil Strauss in North Korea
Part 1 – Pyongyang, North Korea Part 2 – Los Angeles, California Join Jordan Harbinger, Neil Strauss, Gabriel Mizrahi and friends for the first podcast ever recorded inside North Korea (as far as you know). We talk about the trip, creepy occurrences, our reflections and ruminations and dish some crazy stories, all before the power gets cut.
#100 & #100 part 2: Reverse-Interview where Sean Stephenson Interviews AJ & Jordan
In honor of the 100th episode of the Podcast, we turned the tables. Hear what Sean Stephenson has to say about AJ & Jordan’s methods & mindset when it comes to women, business, and life. Highly recommended!
#90 & #91: Ramit Sethi
Get your money straight with Ramit’s simple plan for the average man. Ramit is the author of the bestselling “I Will Teach You To Be Rich”
#106 & #107: Matthew Hussey
Recorded in London at Hussey’s flat, the guys talk about New Year’s Resolutions (and sticking to them!) and more.
Secrets of Social Value
#103, #104, & #105: Value Revisited
Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Who Decides What You’re Socially Worth? People make assumptions about you just by seeing the way you interact with and react to others. We just re-made the The Art of Charm Podcast Value Toolbox episodes because we feel they’re so important. This kind of knowledge can change your life–everyday interactions with your friends and family will take on a new depth, and you’ll be able to pursue your goals with greater success.
The Original “Toolbox” Episodes
#1: Intro to Pickup Podcast
Episode Number 1! Start at the beginning and enjoy the old recording while it’s still available. More than 10,000 men across the world have started here, so you’re in good company.
#2: Toolbox Intro
AJ and Jordan will bring you up to speed on the fundamentals of how to attract beautiful women. Get familiar with our friend Kino (aka touching), learn proper flirting body language and some of the best opening lines to chat up hot girls. We’ve also got some words of wisdom about Banter (role playing and teasing in flirting) and storytelling. Jordan also drops one of his many insightful one-liners here: “If you want you be good with one woman, you have to be good with all women.”
#3: Body Language
If you think your opener is what’s ruining interactions for you, you’re in for a surprise. Women can read body language better than you, and they do it unconsciously. If you want her to be instantly attracted, work on having excellent body language. This episode will give you the tools.
Let’s get a few things straight:
- You’re going to get rejected. Deal with it, and go approach anyway.
- The only way you can get better is by approaching and practicing.
- If you have good body language and make a solid approach, you’ll make a great first impression.
Now that that’s out of the way, check out the rest of AJ & Jordan’s tips on opening.
Episode #6 & #8 Banter (Parts 1 & 2)
Being able to banteris a super-power. Learn how to attract beautiful women through playful flirting, how to build sexual tension, and how to demonstrate high (not higher!) value through this simple, fun conversation.
Storytelling is an ancient art unto itself, but a little bit of practice can really pick up your game! Learn the how, why, and when of effective story telling. Plus, you can hear AJ & Jordan’s opinions on using canned routines and why DHV stories don’t work for them.
#66, #67 & #68: Sean Stephenson
Born with Osteogenesis Imperfecta, a rare disorder causing extremely fragile bones, Stephenson was not expected to live through his first night. Undeterred by his physical limitations, Stephenson faces his life with optimism and enthusiasm. A motivational speaker, self-help guru, published author, and current doctoral degree candidate, Stephenson is also a board certified therapist who practices a breakthrough technique called “Full Immersion,” which features a 12-hour one-on-one therapy process. Despite his accomplishments, every day presents unbelievable physical challenges and dangers for Stephenson and he requires assistance with the simplest activities. Luckily he has a lot of support from his loving parents and sister whom he lives with and a group of loyal, upbeat friends.
Jordan Harbinger featured on LondonReal podcast
Our boys over at London Real interviewed Jordan Harbinger for one of their latest podcasts. Check it out!
Jordan Harbinger Interviewed on TheLip.Tv (Episode #253)
We thought you’d dig this bonus audio (all right, let’s just call this Episode #253) of Jordan Harbinger of the Art of Charm chats with Gabe Mizrahi of TheLip.tv about social confidence, removing social anxiety and what we do here at The Art of Charm (and a peek inside the kimono of how things work at AoC). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hzSIVejDPDg&feature=youtu.be