Äntligen gästar Simon Blecher Börspodden och veckans avsnitt är verkligen något extra. En av 2000-talets absolut bästa och mest aktiekunniga förvaltare berättar om sin karriär, syn på börsen och värdering i ett av poddens längsta avsnitt genom tiderna. Måstelyssning!
Hope you're all doing amazing this Monday - these three classics are a combo that I think will get you fired up for this week, and pushing through whatever you're working on. Do you like these motivational mondays? By the way, do you like that new one at the end? Hit me up and let me know <3
Eric Sprott discusses the wild week in the precious metals markets as well as a few specific mining companies that he finds interesting.
Loved chatting it up with this young up and coming artist, Sylvan LaCue. We sat down and chopped it up hard about the importance of community, branding, and engagement with your fans. Some really good points here I think you'll all love. Check out Sylvan here: https://www.instagram.com/sylvanlacue
Super thankful to everyone that supported the launch of my book, Crushing It!; especially to the ones that I was able to sit down and have brunch with given their extremely generous support. This chat with the 8 winners of my B&N Crushing It brunch contest was great - 2 hours of straight fire talking about self awareness, why you should utilize college to find your homies, and some key aspects kid entrepreneurs need to pay attention to, to be successful.
It was great being on David Hill's podcast, the Path To Mastery, chopping it up about opinions on the futures of real estate and where the industry is headed, the essence of my newest book, Crushing It! and how every single industry is becoming affected by technology - how Uber and Amazon are in my opinion, just a preview of what's to come. Check out David's podcast here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/one-more-sale-podcast-real/id1081069895
Our media editor, Gady Epstein, assesses the future of the advertising giant WPP after its CEO Sir Martin Sorrell stepped down. Also, should the USPS be privatised? And the latest figures on China’s economy. Helen Joyce hosts
#Sparpodden 232! Vad händer egentligen när börsen ligger nere och hur det påverkar spararna diskuteras i dagens avsnitt. Vi delar även våra tankar inför Q1 och läget framåt på börsen, här råder det lite delade meningar. Vi avslutar med lyssnarfrågor om Swedish Match, investeringar i solceller och hur börsen alltid är föränderlig och kommer skapa avkastning även om 40år. www.nordnet.se
Germany is becoming more diverse, open, informal and hip. With the right leadership, it could be a model for the West. Also, disrupting the business of death. And the son of a Swiss peasant who revolutionised London’s high society. Rob Gifford hosts
Treasurer Scott Morrison warns AMP it's risking penalties including possible jail time for misleading ASIC as many as twenty times. Meanwhile AMP's head of platform products John Keating confirmed customers aren't necessarily moved into more competitive retail products unless they ask.
Paul Daugherty and James Wilson, senior technology leaders at Accenture, argue that robots and smarter computers aren't coming for our jobs. They talk about companies that are already giving employees access to artificial intelligence to strengthen their skills. They also give examples of new roles for people in an AI workplace. Daugherty and Wilson are the authors of the new book “Human + Machine: Reimagining Work in the Age of AI.”
Nyss hemkomma från olika delar av Spanien är Börspoddarna mer taggade än någonsin. Misslyckade lynchningar, WIFI-tester och fattigdomskänsla. Sen får man inte glömma alla vinstvarningar på hemmaplan vilket tvingat Johan att ringa upp Mekonomen-John för senaste nytt i verkstaden. Du hör själv, bara att starta podden nu. Nu sa jag!
Guys, this keynote is THE piece of viral content that changed my career, as the internet was becoming what it's become so far today. Every thing your do right now, your great, great, great grandchildren will be able to watch, and that's something to keep in mind constantly. I break down personal brand equity, and the necessity of not ignoring platforms to boost your influence. This is the one guys. An all-time talk. Hope you love it <3
How do you make every day great? Or even perfect? There are four steps. They involve productivity, learning, gratitude, & enjoying things that money can't buy. When these things form the core of your day, you're day is going to be f*cking awesome, even if there's all sorts of chaos and sh*t going on. That's important for entrepreneurs & overachievers, because as great as building businesses & making money is, the stress & the drive to dominate in everything you do can drive you crazy...if you let it.
This was a fire crew to have on podSessions this week. Aubrey Marcus, founder of Onnit, pro surfer Anastasia Ashley and Lacrosse player Rob Pannell joined me to sit down and talk culture, sports, social media, the culture around losing and a whole lot more. We dive into Aubrey's new book, the obstacles Rob faced on his way to becoming a pro lacrosse player, and Anastasia's surfing career stretching back to age 5. Hope you're all enjoying #podSessions! Check out the guests here: Anastasia: https://www.instagram.com/anastasiaashley/ Aubrey: https://www.instagram.com/aubreymarcus/ Rob: https://www.instagram.com/robpannell3/
What should the response be to the barbaric chemical attack in Syria? Also, how Germany is rethinking its identity. And, the evolution of the funeral business. Simon Long hosts
The fintech sector has been evolving rapidly as new startups emerge and large financial institutions figure out how to adapt...or else get left behind. To understand where we are in the "three waves of fintech," we spoke with Jeff Gido, global head of the financial technology sector in Goldman Sachs' Investment Banking Division. "We're seeing much more two-way dialogue [between financial services incumbents and startups]. We're seeing much more cooperation, much more partnerships. And we're actually seeing a lot of investment by traditional financial services into these fintech startups."
This podcast was recorded on March 8, 2018.
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Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Annie Duke, an expert in the science of decision-making and for decades one of the top poker players in the world. In 2004, she bested a field of 234 players to win her first World Series of Poker (WSOP) bracelet. The same year, she triumphed in the $2 million winner-take-all, invitation-only WSOP Tournament of Champions. In 2010, she won the prestigious NBC National Heads-Up Poker Championship. Prior to becoming a professional poker player, Annie was awarded the National Science Foundation Fellowship and studied cognitive psychology at the University of Pennsylvania. Her latest book is "Thinking in Bets: Making Smarter Decisions When You Don't Have All the Facts."
Here's a little something different for this Saturday, and if you're sitting down enjoying some wine you're going to love this. Here, I'm tasting the wines from April's wine of the month club diving back into my original roots. Check out my wine of the month club here!!: https://winelibrary.com/clubs/garyvee-s-monthly-wine-club Some of the wines I featured this month: https://winelibrary.com/wines/cabernet-sauvignon/2014-alta-oso-malo-105154 https://winelibrary.com/wines/grenache-garnacha/2015-barraco-rock-rose-red-105091
Professor Sara Seager joins us to discuss the launch of the spacecraft TESS, and its two-year mission to discover new planets. Also, physicist and author Leonard Mlodinow explains elastic thinking. And, how robots are learning to assemble flat-pack furniture. Kenneth Cukier hosts