The Art of Charm
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|The Art of Charm|
|Genre||Networking, business, life-hacking|
|No. of episodes||916 (as of Nov 28, 2017)|
|Original release||December 17, 2006– present|
|Website||The Art of Charm|
The Art of Charm is a show about self-improvement, often featuring celebrity interviews and discussions. Formerly hosted by Jordan Harbinger, the show is now co-hosted by AJ Harbinger (real name Andrew Kaczorowski) and Johnny Dzubak. The show was launched in 2006 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Sirius XM began providing for the broadcast in 2007.
Episodes typically range from 20 to 60 minutes in length, and include discussions with celebrities and entrepreneurs. Notable guests have included Shaquille O'Neal, Mike Rowe, Tony Hawk, Russell Brand, Tim Ferriss, James Altucher, Seth Godin, and more. Following what is considered to be irreconcilable creative differences among the founders, Jordan Harbinger left The Art of Charm in December 2017 and started his own podcast, The Jordan Harbinger Show.
Guests vary by profession, but typically relate to life hacking, networking, dating, or another field of self-improvement. The show has featured guests including Susan Cain, Dan Ariely, Jon Levy, and Charles Duhigg.
On March 22, 2017, Shaquille O'Neal was featured on the podcast. For the first time, he recanted assertions he had made previously on the Earth being flat, saying the statements had been 'a joke.' He reaffirmed this position the following day on Jimmy Kimmel Live!.
The podcast has been praised by Harvard Business Review, BBC, Time Magazine, The New York Times, The Guardian, and Forbes.  On average, it is downloaded 4 million times per month. In 2016, Success Magazine credited Jordan Harbinger for "making the genre of self-development podcasts as popular as it is today."
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