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  • The Economist asks: How is warfare changing?
    The Economist
    News & Politics

    Anne McElvoy, our senior editor, went on an outing of top-brass Anglo-German military — to discuss how they are preparing for future risks of urban warfare. She had exclusive access to a mock city in eastern Germany - and visited Nazi bunkers where armies are learning from decisive urban battles in history. And they explore the way ISIS and a renewed threat from Russia is changing conflict scenarios. Music by Chris Zabriskie (CC by 4.0 UK)

  • The Secrets of Successful Social Media Advertising, ft. Billy Gene Is Marketing, with Andy Frisella - MFCEO245
    The MFCEO Project

    There are a lot of eyeballs on the internet, 24/7, so if you're an entrepreneur & you're not capturing their attention, you're leaving a lot of income on the table. In spite of the huge opportunity the internet offers, for low-cost marketing & high volume sales, most people don't have any idea how to create ads that really convert. My buddy Billy Gene is an exception to the rule. A huge exception. In this episode, he shares his valuable knowledge & experience to help you transform your social media marketing status from "loser" to lucrative.  

  • BP Money Podcast 29: From $200,000 in Student Loan Debt to $150,000 Net Worth in 3 Years
    BiggerPockets Podcast
    277 Nick and Alyssa were high school sweethearts, who went to college where their family attitudes toward money came to light. Nick’s “save up for it” mindset saw him graduate with around $50k in student loan debt, while Alyssa’s more spendthrift attitude towards the college lifestyle had her graduating with $80,000 in debt—and her graduate degree piled another $60,000 on top of that. They got married and quickly discovered their vastly different views on money. Through budgeting, communication, spreadsheets and more spreadsheets, they are now on the same page and working toward financial freedom. Their curveball pregnancy didn’t derail them—it strengthened their resolve to get to FI through real estate and traditional investments.

  • This Morning with Gordon Deal July 18, 2018
    News & Politics

    President Trump back tracks his Russia meddling comments, 4 blue states sue Washington over GOP tax overhaul, and terminally ill dog gets free cheeseburgers for life at Burger King.

  • This Morning with Gordon Deal July 17, 2018
    News & Politics

    President Trump hit with bi-partisan criticism over Putin summit, judge halts deportations of recently reunited migrant families, and students head to test-taking camp.

  • This Morning with Gordon Deal July 16, 2018
    News & Politics

    President Trump meets with Vladimir Putin, many states are likely unprepared for a downturn, and a beer for Trump-Putin summit.

  • 292 What Did Radio Think of KISS? We Dig In and Find Out!

    Episode 292, July 17, 2018. What does radio think of KISS? This week we are joined by radio industry veteran Michael Cross. For decades Michael has been a DJ as well as a Program Director... the person responsible for the sound of a station, responsible for what gets played. Michael is also a KISS fan, going back tot he early 70s. We talk with Michael about how KISS was seen by radio since the 80s. How well did the label do promoting the band. How did they stack up with all the other bands. If you have any interest in the behind the scenes of the music business, especially radio this week's episode is for you! Press requests please contact Michael Brandvold at Since launching in 2013 Three Sides of the Coin has been viewed or listened to over 4,000,000 times. Three Sides of the Coin has been joined by special guests including former KISS lead guitarist Bruce Kulick, Eddie Trunk, WWE Superstar and lead singer of Fozzy Chris Jericho, Angel lead guitarist Punky Meadows, Five Finger Death Punch guitarist Jason Hook, Vinnie Vincent Invasion and Slaughter lead singer Mark Slaughter, Twisted Sister’s Dee Snider, comedian Craig Gass, KISS’ former business manager Chris Lendt, the Black Veil Brides' Andy Biersack, Frank Munoz associate producer for Ace Frehley's Anomaly album, award winning songwriter Adam Mitchell, Ed Kanon (Peter Criss' drum tech), Kevin Valentine (drummer on KISS' Psycho Circus album). Three Sides of the Coin was picked (October 2013) as a 'What's Hot' podcast by Apple's iTunes. In the early '90s, Michael Brandvold launched the fifth ever website on the Internet devoted to KISS, KISS Otaku. He built, launched and maintained (KISS' official web presence). He now owns Michael Brandvold Marketing, providing marketing services and digital strategy to musicians. Tommy Sommers spent 15 years on the record show circuit collecting, trading and selling memorabilia / Kiss merchandise. He is now a successful residential Real Estate agent in the Minneapolis / St. Paul area. Tommy has also produced a KISS song For The Oddfathers and is the owner of Rock Steady Digital Photography. Mark Cicchini, is a world renown KISS collector. KISS have used parts of Mark’s vast KISS collection for audio, video & print materials including their book NOTHIN TO LOSE, CD re release of the LOVE GUN album & the VH1 Ultimate Album KISS ALIVE! special as well as many other KISS projects. His wife also makes a mean meatloaf!!! It's only our opinion... it's neither right nor wrong. Facebook: Twitter: YouTube: iHeartRadio: Spreaker: iTunes: TuneIn: Stitcher Radio: SoundCloud: @michaelbrandvoldmarketing Web: Merchandise: Three Sides Of The Coin is unofficial & unsanctioned and has no affiliation with the band KISS.

  • Babbage: The Roboburger
    The Economist
    News & Politics

    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

  • ERVP BIANCA LILLY - You Cannot Lead From The Bench!

    These audios have been produced by an Independent Consultant and are not official materials prepared or provided by Arbonne. Arbonne makes no promises or guarantees that any Independent Consultant will be financially successful as each independent Consultants results are dependent on his or her own skills and effort.

  • Fixing Your Perspective, Getting Value Out Of Me & Why You're Not Bragging | Breakfast W/ 10Copies Winners

    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..

  • What Does It Take to Land a Final Four? Some Really Big Curtains
    News & Politics

    Rachel Bachman of The Wall Street Journal tells us why more stadiums are starting to cover their windows.

  • The Urbanist - Tall Stories 115: London’s pedway
    Monocle 24: The Urbanist

    This week our editor Andrew Tuck goes cycling in London to bring us an elevated experience.

  • Estimize’s 2 best tech analysts give their Q2 earnings picks, including a new compelling pair trade
    The Estimize Roundtable

    This week on the Estimize Roundtable, Estimize’s CEO, Leigh Drogen and SVP Christine Short are joined by Rob Defrancesco, founder and managing editor for Tech-Stock Prospector and Sean Udall, CIO at Quantum Trading Strategies. The group discusses Q2 earnings season for tech, and while Rob thinks there are still opportunities in enterprise tech names such as HubSpot (HUBS), Workday (WDAY), Zendesk (ZEN) and Splunk (SPLK), Sean sees more short opportunities for some of these stretched names. His latest pair trade idea, a la shorting Snap (SNAP) and longing Twitter (TWTR), is to go short Zillow (ZG) and long Redfin (RDFN). The Roundtable wraps with a discussion on everyone’s favorite consumer tech names which include MindBody (MB), Groupon (GRPN), and Align (ALGN).

  • 637: How Some Companies Beat the Competition... For Centuries
    HBR IdeaCast

    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.”

  • What Trump May Have Been Thinking with Putin
    News & Politics

    Listen as the Washington Examiner's Emily Jashinsky informs Gordon on just what President Trump may have been thinking when he was friendly with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

  • #193: Greg Larkin - This Might Get Me Fired
    Innovation Crush

    The first to predict the financial crash of 2008, Greg Larkin has become adept to pissing off the naysayers. His financial clients didn't take the news well, threatening to blackballing him from the industry. 10 years later, Greg g has built more than thirty digital products, generating millions in revenue for companies like Google, PWC, Nestle, and Bloomberg, and a handful of successful start-ups. In his new book, This Might Get Me Fired, Greg explores the intricacies of how to get great ideas done inside companies that might not always be primed to actually get them done. On this episode of Innovation Crush, Greg talks about everything from rapid acceleration, to personality management, to his what he learned about innovation from his early days as a community organizer. Check the book out here:

  • Whirlpool Wanted Washer Tariffs. It Wasn’t Ready for a Trade Showdown.
    News & Politics

    Andrew Tangel of The Wall Street Journal discusses the steep tariffs on imported washing machines and the effect on companies and their balance of power.

  • BP Podcast 287: Putting Together Real Estate Deals Using Creativity Instead of Cash
    BiggerPockets Podcast
    431 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!

  • Sparpodden 244 - Varför pratar inte politikerna mer privatekonomi

    #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!

  • White House Lawyer Reshapes U.S. Courts
    News & Politics

    Peter Nicholas from the Wall Street Journal gives us a look at who Donald McGahn is and why he is so important to the Trump administration.