biggerpockets.com/moneyshow08 Tiffany Aliche grew up talking about money. Her dad was an accountant, and her mother actively engaged the children in grocery shopping and other areas of finance. She was a teacher at a private school and had just bought her first house. Then she met a “friend” who convinced her to invest in his get-rich-quick scheme. Promised future returns led to foolish spending. The economic downturn led to a lost job—and, in turn, a lost home. Bouncing between family members, Tiffany had a revelation: “I need to take responsibility for my past actions, and turn my life around.” Tiffany took the necessary steps to repair her finances and then started teaching others how they could fix their finances, too. She’s turned her financial courses into a network of financial resources—including a 350,000+ member Facebook group where you can ask and answer questions or get support during your journey. This show is for anyone who is sick of making bad financial choices and wants to turn their life around.
De amerikanska bolagsjättarna Coca Cola och Kraft Heinz analyseras av Ara Mustafa och Albin Kjellberg.
What should you do when you become the boss? HBR's new advice podcast Dear HBR: has the answers. In this bonus episode, Dear HBR: co-hosts Alison Beard and Dan McGinn answer your questions with the help of Harvard Business School professor Alison Wood Brooks, an expert on behavioral insights. They talk through what to do when your direct reports are older than you, how to be a likeable leader, and what to say if you're not ready to be in charge.
http://biggerpockets.com/show266 We’re not going to lie: It was hard to come up with a title for this episode because we covered SO much—productivity strategies, morning routines, growing from zero to 900 units, partnerships, 1031 exchanges. Whether you are a top performing real estate expert or still looking for your first, you’ll leave this interview challenged, encouraged, and fired up to make some big changes in your life! Jake and Gino are full of energy and even more full of knowledge, so get ready for one awesome show.
Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Kathryn Minshew, Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer of the Muse. Kathryn has spoken at MIT and Harvard, appeared on The TODAY Show and CNN, and contributes on career and entrepreneurship to the Wall Street Journal and Harvard Business Review. She was named to Forbes’ 30 Under 30 in Media and Inc.’s 15 Women to Watch in Tech. Before founding The Muse, Kathryn worked on vaccines in Rwanda and Malawi with the Clinton Health Access Initiative and was previously at McKinsey.
Jay Conger, a leadership professor at Claremont McKenna College, goes behind the scenes to show how you can get on, and stay on, your company's fast track. He demystifies how companies (often very secretly) develop and update their list of high-potential employees. And he discusses five critical "X factors" his research has shown are common to high-potential employees. Conger is the co-author of the new book, "The High Potential's Advantage: Get Noticed, Impress Your Bosses, and Become a Top Leader."
Monocle editor Andrew Tuck looks to the banks of the River Tagus in Lisbon to assess just how powerful the new Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology can be for the city.
President Trump weekend tweetstorm responds to Mueller indictment, GOP is split in senate primary fights, and Six-Year-Old Writes To NASA To ‘"Make Pluto A Planet Again."
Joel Clarke, Owen Wilson and Diti Katona trace the story of their Toronto-based small-batch aperitivo rosso brand Capo Capo.
Mycket snack om fastigheter och aktier som Diös och Catena i dagens Börslunch. Men även två vd-intervjuer.
I was fired up for this opening keynote that I gave at VaynerExperience's first major event, Agent2021 geared at the emerging and changing digital platforms that we as marketers and strategists have to adapt to. A big point that I try and get across here, is that content marketing is still the key point that you should be focusing on- especially if you fall into either the Auto sales, insurance sales, real estate or travel demographics that this conference was focused around - legacy industries that must change to meet new platforms. Hope you all enjoy this one <3
Offices are struggling to get witnesses of harassment to speak up. Sue Shellenbarger from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Kläder, smycken, smink och fotboll. Det är några av ämnena i dagens Börslunch.
This week we focus on urbanism, architecture, acoustics and sound artists. We’re reporting from Resonate, a one-day conference in Lisbon by Resite, Maat and Meyer Sound that gathered an international crowd.
As volatility returns to the markets, America is taking an extraordinary economic gamble. Also, could the Olympics help promote peace between North and South Korea? And the man to blame for the world’s flat-pack furniture woes. Anne McElvoy hosts.
H&M håller kapitalmarknadsdag och därmed finns det en god anledning till att prata om bolaget i dagens Börslunch.
Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance breaks down the danger of the expanding government debt.
Ex-student arrested after 17 shot dead at Florida high school, Football coach shot while shielding students during Florida high school massacre, and gas prices rise despite surging U.S. oil output.
This week, Eric Sprott discusses rising interest rates, the falling dollar and the impact this is having on gold and silver prices.