How can you keep yourself from feeling like sh*t? There's one thing you can do - or not do - with your mouth that will not only help you preserve your energy and increase your self-respect, but will improve the overall quality & outlook of your life.
Veckas Börspodd vill du inte missa då det självklart innehåller en lägesrapport om börsen och dess bolag men även en VD intervju med G5s Vlad. G5 är mobilspelsbolaget som tar nya All Time High nivåer varje dag på börsen med en trogen skara fans.
Why Israel is answerable for this week's deaths in Gaza, but the Palestinian parties, Hamas and Fatah, are also to blame. The Economist’s Adrian Wooldridge discusses the issue of open borders with author Rutger Bregman. And can Meghan Markle modernise the monarchy? Simon Long hosts.
This one's for all the kids that are about to graduate from college...
A lot of you that consume my content know that I firmly that employees are first in your company, and that you work for them - This mashup includes some tips and viewpoints that'll hopefully help you help your employees to stay motived, happy and hard working ;)
Now that the war between the Colombian government and the FARC has ended, scientists are exploring parts of the country previously held by the rebels. The aim is to make Colombia a "bio-power" by 2030. Also, how lead pollution in Greenlandic ice shows evidence of ancient European societies. And the new insect-sized drones that are causing a buzz. Tim Cross hosts
Really enjoying doing these Q&A's in the little downtime I have while traveling, and I'm really happy with the questions that came in with this one. I talk about why I'm so fond about the idea behind "you've signed up for it, so you gotta eat it", door to door sales & more.
Brand-new startups begin with almost zero customer data–a risky position from which to build a new product. But when you have very little money, how can you acquire critical information quickly? Anita Newton advisor, investor, and marketer at Mighty Handle, reveals how her bootstrapped, non-technical startup did clever customer development online, and rapidly tested its way into the customer insights it needed to sell its consumer packaged goods to the largest retailer in the world.
Loved having this guy stop by the office last month to chop it up around positivity, surrounding yourself with good people and his new album Activated.
The implications of President Trump’s U-turn on Telecoms giant ZTE. Tamzin Booth explains why Masayoshi Son could be the most influential man in the Tech world. And how non-compete clauses are gumming up the US economy. Helen Joyce hosts
Jürgen Schmidhuber thinks he can make computers think, and he deserves more credit. From Bloomberg Businessweek’s Sooner Than You Think issue
This was a really neat interview that I did for Haute Living, talking about how I run my day, Vaynermedia's move into Hudson Yards & Long Island City, how the "motivational speaker" part of my persona became a prominent part of my public appearance, and what the definition of a hustler & hard worker is. Great interview here that brings forward a number of things I don't talk a ton about.
Jennifer Petriglieri, an assistant professor of organizational behavior at INSEAD, asks company leaders to consider whether they really need to relocate their high-potential employees or make them travel so much. She says moving around is particularly hard on dual-career couples. And if workers can't set boundaries around mobility and flexibility, she argues, firms lose out on talent. Petriglieri is the author of the HBR article “Talent Management and the Dual-Career Couple.”
Small businesses make up over 99 percent of all U.S. enterprises, and they employ 60 million Americans, nearly half the national workforce. In this episode, we sit down with Steve Strongin and Amanda Hindlian of Goldman Sachs' Global Investment Research Division to discuss the state of small businesses in America. We also hear directly from some of the small business owners of Goldman Sachs' 10,000 Small Businesses program about their biggest challenges to growth.
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Any person's life, no matter if they are "successful" or not, is going to have ups and downs. If you're an entrepreneur, you can almost guarantee that you're going to go through a regular cycle of feeling good, like you're making progress, but then feeling like sh*t, like you & all your plans are falling apart & doomsday is coming. You need to know this is natural & normal...and the key is to learn a method of powering through these times & executing when your feelings are battling against you.
After last week's bloodshed in Gaza, how Israelis and Palestinians can find a better way. Also, the unexpected environmental consequences of peace in Colombia, and the human fascination with the sound of silence. Rob Gifford hosts
So many of you are struggling with being accepted and overvaluing other people's POV... If one person declines you, go to the market. Don't dwell on the fact that one person rejected you or your ideas. This entire Dailyvee reflects advice for you young people struggling with this point in your life.
In business & life, people who master the "soft skills" make an impact & make money. Jordan Harbinger is one of the pioneers of podcasting & is an expert in social dynamics. A guy who built a massively successful brand by providing high quality content & generating meaningful conversations on critical issues, Jordan joins me in the studio & we talk about the interpersonal dynamics that translate into big-time influence & income.
David Mamet, award winning playwright and screenwriter, talks to Anne McElvoy about the gender wars and why his new play, inspired by the Harvey Weinstein saga, is best treated as a comedy. And he fires back on the rights and wrongs of owning a gun. Music by Chris Zabriskie “Divider” (CC by 4.0 UK)
Happy holidays from Gary and Team GV. Let's do what we can to make this the best year ever. No looking back. Move forward, work to match your ambition, and do what makes you happy. You deserve it. Let's go !!