New book from NYT bestselling author Lewis Howes is now available!

New book from NYT bestselling author Lewis Howes is now available!


Jon Levy

The Art and Science of Epic Adventure

Here's a question for you: Have you ever stayed up past 2 am and had one of the most memorable and fun nights of your life?


My friend and human behavior scientist Jon Levy has a theory about this.

In fact, he just wrote a book about it.

Jon has spent his career (and personal life as an adult) studying and experimenting with what creates connection and adventure between humans.

This has led him all over the world with countless stories of the crazy situations he has gotten into.

But there’s more than just good stories behind his work.


"The fundamental element that defines the quality of our lives is the people we surround ourselves with."  

He has also turned his discoveries into a powerful platform for high-profile personalities to connect and make new relationships through his famous Influencers dinners.

When Jon and I met up to discuss his new book on The School of Greatness, what we really ended up talking about was the value of going outside your comfort zone.

Here’s to late nights and epic adventures with Jon Levy in Episode 385.

"The size of your life is in direct proportion to how uncomfortable you're willing to be."  

Some Questions I Ask:

In this episode, you will learn:

  • The difference between being productive and being exciting (1:45)
  • What the Ben Franklin effect is and how it works (6:51)
  • How the mis-attribution of arousal creates bonds (9:25)
  • The definition of adventure (11:01)
  • The story of Jon almost getting killed at the Running of the Bulls (16:30)
  • The four stages of adventure (28:37)
  • Why it’s important to end your adventure with style (37:01)
  • Plus much more…

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Transcript of this Episode

Music Credits:

Music Credit: Galaxy by R&W

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