For those of you that remember, a few months ago, at the launch of Crushing It!, I held a competition/raffle that if you bought 10 copies of Crushing It!, you had the chance to have breakfast with me at VaynerMedia in New York City - this is that meeting ;) I think that the vast majority of the emphasis in this video is placed on perspective, complaining, dwelling, etc... If you've been watching my content for a while and you still are in a place where you dwell on things that happened in the past or you don't truly understand how good we have it, I'm really hoping that this is the one that gets through to you..
Peter Day is in Bangalore sixteen years after he first visited the city. He catches up with some of the people he met then, and discusses the changes they’ve seen. Producers: Richard Berenger & Mike Wendling Editor: Stephen Chilcott Published on July 2, 2011.
I threw down some serious fire while Babin and I were in Seattle at Amazon a few weeks back, sourcing questions from Instagram to answer between meetings from the back of a car - I chopped it up on why telling your truth is the best content, and what that means, why you should start a podcast and a whole lot more. Really loving these backseat answers & I hope you do too.
Sverige är i kvartsfinal! Det firar Börspodden genom att släppa ett riktigt jäkla superavsnitt. Vi har träffat Per Johansson som driver hedgefonden Bodenholm. Han berättar om åren på Fidelity, Peter Lynch och hur Bodenholm jobbar för att vaska fram aktieidéer. Dessutom går vi igenom några av fondens bästa case just nu. Måstelyssning!
#Sparpodden 244! Vilka är stora valfrågorna och varför är inte privatekonomi en del av detta? Det blir stora frågan för dagens poddavsnitt. Sen hinner vi med att svara på frågor som rör skatten kring ISK och depå sparande. Vi ber om ursäkt för förra veckans ljud, detta avsnitt har bättre kvalité. Du gör #sparpodden! Vad vill DU veta mer om? Ställ fråga på Twitter under hashtagen #sparpodden, eller i sharevillegruppen #sparpodden Hjälp oss växa podden genom att sprida i sociala medier!
Listen to a conversation between John "Rambo" Moulton and Aaron Fifield, recorded with a live audience in Sydney. John is considered by many as a legend trader in Australia, who's traded millions of futures contracts during his 40-year career—both, on and off the trading floor. Full show notes available here: chatwithtraders.com/163
Are robots going to replace chefs in the kitchen? And how footsteps can be used for ID and health checks. Also, we focus on the very latest discoveries from the Gaia space mission. Kenneth Cukier hosts
Howard Yu, Lego Professor of Management and Innovation at IMD Business School in Switzerland, discusses how the industrial cluster in the Swiss city of Basel is a unique example of enduring competitive advantage. He explains how early dye makers were able to continually jump to new capabilities and thrive for generations. He says the story of those companies offers a counter-narrative to the pessimistic view that unless your company is Google or Apple, you can’t stay ahead of the competition for long. Yu is the author of “LEAP: How to Thrive in a World Where Everything Can Be Copied.”
Can Theresa May deliver a soft Brexit? Her new plan is the most realistic one yet, but it has unleashed fresh political chaos. Plus, the latest currency insights from the Big Mac index and a trip through the mean streets of Old Shanghai. Anne McElvoy hosts Music by Chris Zabriskie “Divider” (CC by 4.0 UK)
There are two main skills you need to make 6 figures or more in life: 1. sales and 2. leadership. In this episode, I focus on the skill of sales, unpack two fundamental practices that will you master it, & I even walk you through an exercise that will help you cultivate ease, comfort, & confidence with anyone & everyone you meet - which is critical to success in sales...& really, life in general. Bottom line: become a monster sales person & your potential for wealth and success is unlimited.
This mashup helps embody a ton of my beliefs and pillars of content into one powerful message that'll get you to crush this entire week.
How can world leaders fix the World Trade Organisation? Also, we discuss the runners and riders to replace Mario Draghi as president of the European Central Bank. And, after the World Cup in Russia why is the football transfer market unusually quiet? Helen Joyce hosts
Is there a way out of trade war? The US tariffs and the global repercussions. Bringing electricity to the remotest and poorest parts of the world - are mini-grids the answer? And is WeWork worth its $20bn valuation? Helen Joyce hosts
This is a SUPER important interview, for a lot of reasons, I go super in depth with Paul Cutsinger about what my views of the future of voice & Alexa are, and really lay out why the space is so important. If you're as focused on the voice space as I am (you should be), this is an all-timer for you. Curious about Alexa? Hit up their dev site: https://alexa.design/vaynermedia
From subscription services with generous discounts on concessions to comfier theaters, the film industry is moving aggressively to get more people off their sofas and to the box office, says Drew Borst of Goldman Sachs Research, so far with mixed results. Some efforts (think: reclining seats) are likely to prove more successful than others (think: forays into alternative content like eSports), he says. But one constant is likely to be a heavier reliance on big-budget blockbusters to draw audiences even as TV ups its game. "In television, the hits keep getting smaller and smaller and smaller as the supply has ballooned. It's become a crowded marketplace, and it's difficult for even a very well-produced, high-quality series to stand out," Borst says. "In movies, it's just the opposite. The hits are getting bigger and bigger...in the United States, but also globally."
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Listen to Mike Bellafiore, the co-founder of SMB Capital, discuss how you can formulate a plan for becoming a 7-figure day trader. Full show notes available here: chatwithtraders.com/162
https://www.biggerpockets.com/show287 How much money does it take to invest in real estate? Is there really such a thing as “No or Low Money Down?” After you hear today’s interview, you’ll know the truth! Today we sit down with Shiloh Lundahl, a real estate investor who specializes in putting together deals using a variety of different no-and-low money strategies, in some pretty unique combinations. From utilizing business lines of credit to bringing in partners to hard money to lease options and more, this episode will give you tons of ammunition for your own creative finance deals. And don’t miss the incredible strategy that Shiloh uses today to make 300% more per deal than if he were to “flip” the home. It’s pretty darn fantastic!
Minutes ago, Nature announced an important development in gene editing. Host Hal Hodson and Natasha Loder discuss how this technique is so precise and what this means for curing genetic diseases. Plus, why sperm whales like heavy metal music. And why are we so negative about our future?