TIPS, ADVICE, AND INSIGHTS
A deeper dive into many of the themes and topics covered on The Jordan Harbinger Show. These articles are designed to be comprehensive and thorough. This is decidedly a no-listicle zone.
This was a few years ago now. A dinner at the house of a successful author in the Hollywood Hills. A bunch of entrepreneurs and artists sitting around the table. One of those dinner parties that make you wonder if you’re really interesting enough to be there. That’s how I felt, anyway. Halfway through the […]Read More
Of all the listener emails I get, one of the most common is about moving to a new city, and how to make friends and connections in a new place. All around the world, men and women of all ages are taking the leap and starting over, looking to redefine their careers, rediscover their passions, […]Read More
Do you have somewhere you feel like you belong that’s not your house or office? We spend most of our lives at work or home, but what do you do when you need a third place — somewhere you feel happy and comfortable, with friends, fun, and no judgment? With a wave of loneliness sweeping […]Read More
A few weeks ago, Jennie and I were sitting at brunch with a group of friends. (Yes, I go to brunch sometimes. I’m not gonna apologize for it; brunch is delightful.) About halfway through our meal, someone brought up the topic of self-comparison. All of us at the table agreed that we’ve been guilty of […]Read More
Toxic people are dangerous. From causing extreme stress to slowing your progress, they can be a massive drain on your time and happiness. They’re also hard on your body, with studies showing that people with more toxic relationships had a greater risk of heart disease. Whether you’re dealing with a manipulative boss, a spiteful friend, […]Read More
The slight, short, Soviet spy is sitting at his trial, calmly wiping his nose with a handkerchief. It’s 1957, and he’s been arrested by the Americans for espionage. He’s being represented by an American attorney, the system is pushing for the death penalty, and he’s just found out that his Soviet bosses have disowned him. […]Read More