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The Jordan Harbinger Show

By Jordan Harbinger with Jason DeFillippo

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Selected by Apple as a "Best of 2018" Podcast. Join Jordan Harbinger with Jason DeFillippo as we get deep into the untapped wisdom of the world's top performers -- from intelligence operatives to legendary musicians, iconoclastic writers to visionary changemakers. We deconstruct the playbooks of the most successful people on earth -- and learn new strategies, perspectives and insights you can't find anywhere else. Then, take these practical insights into your own life and live what you listen.

Customer Reviews

Best podcast out there!

Jordan Harbinger and his show bring so much to his listeners- it’s amazing. He is one of the few people who you genuinely hear it in his voice that he loves what he does. I can’t thank them enough for making my mundane long drives into thoughtful and entertaining experiences.

Wowie

They say if the book you want doesn’t exist, then write it. If that applies to podcasts I will not be starting one because Chelsey and Jaci already started the podcast I wanted.

Jordan & Jason every day

Alright guys, so I've been a listener for a few years now and I'm finally giving you a review. It took me this long because I never use iTunes, I listen to you on pocketcast on my Android and I don't see an option to review there, so I had to leave this using my work MacBook.

Anyone reading this should understand that 5 starts is unreasonable, nobody is really 5 stars great. How will anyone learn to improve is we give them a blanket five stars and sing their praise? So with that being said, I should add, Jordan and Jason are amazing and I listen to every single episode and have never found a podcast I enjoy as much. Though, "My dad wrote a Porno" is very different, but also a fantastic one to listen to (but less often and more for giggles).

Jordan is one of those thinkers that I try to model my own behavor and actions after (I'm sure this will make him blush based on how humble he sounds). And Jason seems like the guy you just want to hang out with, very down to earth. I think both of these people are brilliant and I love the way they take on very different topics, but somehow always find a way to make each one audience relatable.

Now for the "what could you improve on part". I really think they do their best to make each interviewee as legitatimate as possible, and love how they very respectfully distinguish themselves between folks in the "self help" space and have educated their listeners on the differences to look out for. With that being said, I do believe there are some folks that are a bunch of "bullet proof" BSers. I've never tried bullet proof coffee, but my boyfriend has a PhD in Chemistry and has been working in the field for over 10 years. I came to him with full trust of Jordan's evaluation of this guest and his products and told him I wanted to get bulletproof coffee because it will make me smarter and skinnier (overexageration here for humor). My chemist bf looked into the ingredients and did some research. Turns out coconut oil is actually pretty terrible for you. General rule, anything that is solid at room temp, then melts when heated, you should minimize consumption. There are also plenty of actual scientists that have published research against bullproof coffee. I feel like that might have been a "buddy" of his because there is no way that stuff is actually good for you. Now, I do understand the majority of that episode was to discuss the business/success side, but I don't believe that this is a person we should strive to be like or emulate since he's essentially built an empire on fake science "health food".

Also, I'd love to hear from Jen on the show. Don't know if she's shy, but I imagine she's a very interesting person and would have perspectives to share.

My favorite espidoses thus far were the 2 on Erik Audé and I was bothered by the negative feedback you recieved from simply interviewing a person who had a negitive experience in a backwards country. I really do believe your general audience is better than to be offended by a person's experience.

You've had a few left leaning people on the show. Michael McFaul (who was a favorite of mine) as well as Barbara Boxer. I know you mostly stay out of politics, but I'd love for you to have some more conservative, but still socially aware folks on the show. I do think your audience is more left leaning, but could likely use some exposure to different views points without it being overly so.

Keep up the amazing show and I look forward to the episodes to come!