Everywhere you turn there’s confusion, facts that have become opinions, opinions that have become facts, and a host of conversations that just don’t make sense.
This podcast is Rob Avis’s and my way of exploring the world and finding the through lines that not only make sense, they remove society’s want to certify everything and instead ask what fits our current situation.
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**Uncertified Rational is a term originated by Darren J. Doherty of Regrarians.org and is used with his permission.
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Handle Without Care
In today’s episode, we unpack a bit of our favourite thinker’s core work. We’ve mentioned Nassim Nicholas Taleb in previous episodes, but today we take a deep dive into the concepts that have shaped both of our lives and businesses and how we currently think about…
Better by Subtraction
In The Age of Information, all we ever wanted to know is within reach of a smartphone–but is this access to information really making us more productive, or bringing us closer to the lives we want to live? In this episode of Uncertified Rational, we venture into our personal…
The Monster of Urban Ignorance
Most folks think that food comes from the grocery store, while most niche, ecological food producers undervalue their product. In this episode, we explore how the ‘Monster of Urban Ignorance’–that is to say, the disconnect between most people and the understanding…
Problem Hunting for Better Business
“Liabilities are a treasure trove to hone your business for the outcomes you can achieve for the people you want to work with.” – Javan Bernakevitch
In this first episode of the Uncertified Rational podcast, we dig into how…
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