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At the intersection of business and pop culture, Jeff and Dan tackle some of today's most important issues. And divide them into segments. A podcast hosted by Jeff Merrill and Dan Sisco.

Latest Episodes

Episode 19 - The Final Segment

It's been a wild ride, but we have made the tough decision to stop publishing new content. A big thanks to all of our fans and supporters for keeping up with us over 19 episodes and 2 bonus episodes. Please enjoy our final segment with special guests Ian Baenziger and Annie Waggoner.

22 MIN2018 APR 24
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Episode 19 - The Final Segment

Episode 18 - In Which We Solve Today's Most Pressing Social Issues

This week we pitch our most compelling socially innovative business ideas to Jill Piacitelli. Jill is the former Executive Director at Break Away, a nonprofit based in Atlantapromoting quality alternative break programs that inspire lifelong active citizenship. We also have another edition of DataDawg with our resident data expert, Nathan Jensen. Nathan talks through what makes data so valuable, why companies collect it, and how to protect yourself.

45 MIN2018 APR 20
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Episode 18 - In Which We Solve Today's Most Pressing Social Issues

Episode 17 - In Which We Are Comfortable Practicing Law After 20 Minutes

We bring the best legal questions from Quora to Jens Rasmussen, an attorney who has been a law clerk, a litigator, and ran his own law firm. We also find a real Canadian and get to the bottom of the hype about our neighbor to the North.

26 MIN2018 APR 13
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Episode 17 - In Which We Are Comfortable Practicing Law After 20 Minutes

Episode 18 - In Which We Learn What to Do When Someone Embezzles Money From Your Company and Buys a Horse

This week we are joined by Chris Clason, a former HR executive at several large public and private companies. We source questions from Quora and learn how to handle some of the stickiest human resources questions in a new segment, "Tales From HR." We also have another edition of "Data Dawg," in which our resident data analyst explains how companies are using data to manipulate consumers.

30 MIN2018 MAR 31
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Episode 18 - In Which We Learn What to Do When Someone Embezzles Money From Your Company and Buys a Horse

Episode 15 - In Which Nicholas Carr Helps Us Reduce Our Dependence on Technology

This week we are joined by New York Times bestselling author Nicholas Carr. We talk to Nick about the influence technology has on our behavior and minds, how to break its hold on our attention, and which movies provide the most accurate portrayal of the AI takeover of humankind.

22 MIN2018 MAR 25
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Episode 15 - In Which Nicholas Carr Helps Us Reduce Our Dependence on Technology

Business Time with Tim Hansen, Venture Capitalist

This week we have Tim Hansen in the studio for a round table of half-baked business ideas. Tim is the COO of Banyan, a healthcare technology company, and previously spent three and a half years at Peterson Partners, a seed stage venture capital fund. Prior to pursuing an MBA, Tim began his career in consulting with Accenture in San Francisco.

35 MIN2018 MAR 16
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Business Time with Tim Hansen, Venture Capitalist

Business Time with Colin Robinson, Co-Founder of Acention Digital

Episode 01 of our new podcast, Business Time, where we invite prominent entrepreneurs and venture capitalists to discuss business ideas we think should exist. This week we're joined by Wharton MBA Colin Robinson. A lifelong entrepreneur, Colin is currently the Co-Founder and CEO of Acention Digital,the first free-to-play mobile app where users win money by beating other players in multiplayer games.Become a beta tester atacentiondigital.com.

23 MIN2018 MAR 10
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Business Time with Colin Robinson, Co-Founder of Acention Digital

Episode 14 - In Which We Fast for 7 Days to Get Better at Business

We attempt and review one of today's hottest health trends,Intermittent Fasting, made popular by life optimization guru Tim Ferriss. Spoiler alert: It doesn't go well. We also talk with the managing editor of the Salt Lake Tribune, Matt Canham, about the Oscar-nominated film The Post. And a concerned citizen tells us why the Oscars don't matter.

55 MIN2018 MAR 4
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Episode 14 - In Which We Fast for 7 Days to Get Better at Business

Episode 13 - In Which We Found a Company and Pitch a Venture Capitalist (In Less Than an Hour)

This week is a special three-part episode where we focus on entrepreneurship and venture capital. We brainstorm ideas for a new business, validate the best one, and then pitch our idea to John Mayfield, a venture capitalist at Peak Ventures in Salt Lake City.

56 MIN2018 FEB 26
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Episode 13 - In Which We Found a Company and Pitch a Venture Capitalist (In Less Than an Hour)

Episode 12 - In Which David Bradford Gives Us Networking Advice

This week we talk with Utah Technology Hall of Fame inductee David Bradford about networking. David is the CEO of FluentWorlds, former CEO of Fusion.io, and former CEO of HireVue. David literally wrote the book on networking and in this episode he shares his advice on everything from breaking into your dream company to avoiding networking gaffes. We also pose a business question and bring on our resident data analyst, Nate Jensen (known to many as "Data Dawg"), to tell us what the numbers say.

36 MIN2018 FEB 16
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Episode 12 - In Which David Bradford Gives Us Networking Advice

Latest Episodes

Episode 19 - The Final Segment

It's been a wild ride, but we have made the tough decision to stop publishing new content. A big thanks to all of our fans and supporters for keeping up with us over 19 episodes and 2 bonus episodes. Please enjoy our final segment with special guests Ian Baenziger and Annie Waggoner.

22 MIN2018 APR 24
Comments
Episode 19 - The Final Segment

Episode 18 - In Which We Solve Today's Most Pressing Social Issues

This week we pitch our most compelling socially innovative business ideas to Jill Piacitelli. Jill is the former Executive Director at Break Away, a nonprofit based in Atlantapromoting quality alternative break programs that inspire lifelong active citizenship. We also have another edition of DataDawg with our resident data expert, Nathan Jensen. Nathan talks through what makes data so valuable, why companies collect it, and how to protect yourself.

45 MIN2018 APR 20
Comments
Episode 18 - In Which We Solve Today's Most Pressing Social Issues

Episode 17 - In Which We Are Comfortable Practicing Law After 20 Minutes

We bring the best legal questions from Quora to Jens Rasmussen, an attorney who has been a law clerk, a litigator, and ran his own law firm. We also find a real Canadian and get to the bottom of the hype about our neighbor to the North.

26 MIN2018 APR 13
Comments
Episode 17 - In Which We Are Comfortable Practicing Law After 20 Minutes

Episode 18 - In Which We Learn What to Do When Someone Embezzles Money From Your Company and Buys a Horse

This week we are joined by Chris Clason, a former HR executive at several large public and private companies. We source questions from Quora and learn how to handle some of the stickiest human resources questions in a new segment, "Tales From HR." We also have another edition of "Data Dawg," in which our resident data analyst explains how companies are using data to manipulate consumers.

30 MIN2018 MAR 31
Comments
Episode 18 - In Which We Learn What to Do When Someone Embezzles Money From Your Company and Buys a Horse

Episode 15 - In Which Nicholas Carr Helps Us Reduce Our Dependence on Technology

This week we are joined by New York Times bestselling author Nicholas Carr. We talk to Nick about the influence technology has on our behavior and minds, how to break its hold on our attention, and which movies provide the most accurate portrayal of the AI takeover of humankind.

22 MIN2018 MAR 25
Comments
Episode 15 - In Which Nicholas Carr Helps Us Reduce Our Dependence on Technology

Business Time with Tim Hansen, Venture Capitalist

This week we have Tim Hansen in the studio for a round table of half-baked business ideas. Tim is the COO of Banyan, a healthcare technology company, and previously spent three and a half years at Peterson Partners, a seed stage venture capital fund. Prior to pursuing an MBA, Tim began his career in consulting with Accenture in San Francisco.

35 MIN2018 MAR 16
Comments
Business Time with Tim Hansen, Venture Capitalist

Business Time with Colin Robinson, Co-Founder of Acention Digital

Episode 01 of our new podcast, Business Time, where we invite prominent entrepreneurs and venture capitalists to discuss business ideas we think should exist. This week we're joined by Wharton MBA Colin Robinson. A lifelong entrepreneur, Colin is currently the Co-Founder and CEO of Acention Digital,the first free-to-play mobile app where users win money by beating other players in multiplayer games.Become a beta tester atacentiondigital.com.

23 MIN2018 MAR 10
Comments
Business Time with Colin Robinson, Co-Founder of Acention Digital

Episode 14 - In Which We Fast for 7 Days to Get Better at Business

We attempt and review one of today's hottest health trends,Intermittent Fasting, made popular by life optimization guru Tim Ferriss. Spoiler alert: It doesn't go well. We also talk with the managing editor of the Salt Lake Tribune, Matt Canham, about the Oscar-nominated film The Post. And a concerned citizen tells us why the Oscars don't matter.

55 MIN2018 MAR 4
Comments
Episode 14 - In Which We Fast for 7 Days to Get Better at Business

Episode 13 - In Which We Found a Company and Pitch a Venture Capitalist (In Less Than an Hour)

This week is a special three-part episode where we focus on entrepreneurship and venture capital. We brainstorm ideas for a new business, validate the best one, and then pitch our idea to John Mayfield, a venture capitalist at Peak Ventures in Salt Lake City.

56 MIN2018 FEB 26
Comments
Episode 13 - In Which We Found a Company and Pitch a Venture Capitalist (In Less Than an Hour)

Episode 12 - In Which David Bradford Gives Us Networking Advice

This week we talk with Utah Technology Hall of Fame inductee David Bradford about networking. David is the CEO of FluentWorlds, former CEO of Fusion.io, and former CEO of HireVue. David literally wrote the book on networking and in this episode he shares his advice on everything from breaking into your dream company to avoiding networking gaffes. We also pose a business question and bring on our resident data analyst, Nate Jensen (known to many as "Data Dawg"), to tell us what the numbers say.

36 MIN2018 FEB 16
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Episode 12 - In Which David Bradford Gives Us Networking Advice
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