Jan 12, 2021
2020 will go into our memory banks as a very painful year. Stoicism, particularly the stoic practice of negative visualization, helped Vitaliy put 2020 into a broader historical context, and compare what happened, which was bad, to what could have happened. In this podcast, Vitaliy walks you through how Stoicism helped...
Nov 17, 2020
In this podcast, Vitaliy celebrates his daughter Hannah’s love of reading and her budding talent as a writer. Then, drawing on formative childhood experiences with his father, he shares his thoughts on how to instill a love of classical music in children.
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Nov 10, 2020
When Vitaliy started writing his new book, it kicked off a slew of other positive changes in his life. In this podcast, Vitaliy covers how diet, exercise, and meditation have made him fitter, stronger, happier, and (hopefully!) a better person.
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Oct 20, 2020
Vitaliy recently read Make Time, written by Jake Knapp and John Zeratsky, two ex-Google engineers. The book made him look at technology companies and time from a slightly different perspective. In an age when attention is currency, time becomes extremely valuable. In this podcast, Vitaliy shares how he updated his time...
Jul 28, 2020
Santa Fe and Vitaliy's family go way back to the early 90s. It all started with his father, Naum, and his stepmother. Naum had his paintings exhibited in a gallery on Santa Fe’s famous Canyon Road. A few times a year, the Katsenelsons would load up paintings in a minivan and drive them to Santa Fe. Now, Vitaliy takes...