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59 episodes, 41 hours 28 mins
Alex Talks to an HR Maverick
In 1998, Patty McCord joined a new company called Netflix. Her title was chief talent officer. And over the next ten years as Netflix grew (and grew), she and CEO Reed Hastings built a new kind of workplace. They threw out all the usual rules -- no more expense authorization forms or vacation requests -- and focused on creating a culture of excellence. But that culture of excellence didn’t come only through hiring the right people. Patty had to get good at firing, too.
Alex Talks to a Cold Case Investigator
Paul Holes was starting out in the field of criminology when, one day in 1994, he spotted a filing cabinet in the library of the crime lab where he was working. He opened a drawer, pulled out some files, and discovered the cold case that he would spend his entire career trying to solve. He did it through a trial and error process that involved old-fashioned detective work, new technology, and countless wrong turns before he finally found himself at the Golden State Killer’s front door.
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki on Opportunity & Equality
At CNNMoney's American Opportunity breakfast, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki talks about sexism in Silicon Valley, closing the opportunity gap, and the diversity problem in tech. Produced by Haley Draznin, CNN.
Howard Schultz: "From the Ground Up" and a Potential Presidential Bid
*BONUS* Former Starbucks Chairman and CEO Howard Schultz details his personal journey from growing up in public housing in Brooklyn to his decades long career at Starbucks and now his potential bid for the White House. He reveals why he is seriously considering running as an Independent in the 2020 presidential election, shares his vision for America, and offers a candid take on President Trump and the State of the Union. Produced by Haley Draznin, CNN.
Gwyneth Paltrow: Leading Goop
In a one-on-one conversation at SXSW, Gwyneth Paltrow opens up about leading her lifestyle brand Goop, becoming CEO and the life-changing journey that took her from actress to the C-Suite. Produced by Haley Draznin, CNN.
Do You Even Need to Blog Anymore?| Ep. #961
In episode #961, we discuss whether blogging is still relevant. Tune in to hear if this method is still effective. We have committed to throwing a FREE Marketing School Live Event in Los Angeles, once Marketing School reaches 1M downloads in a 30 day period. Take action: Rate, review, subscribe, and SHARE. Check the progress here! TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES: [00:27] Today’s Topic: Do You Even Need to Blog Anymore? [00:35] We still blog, but we try not to spend money on it. [01:15] You can’t please everyone with one format, which is why it is important to blog. [01:21] Blogs still generate more traffic from a Google search. [01:40] Podcasting only gets good traffic for the first 30 days. [02:08] When you blog, you have more control over the SEO. [02:35] People are able to find you more organically. [03:00] In general, the answer is yes, but that doesn’t mean you need to create thousands of blog posts. [03:45] If you’re going to blog, write about new, fresh ideas. [04:05] Once Google recognizes your site as “quality” it will push your results to the top. [04:18] That’s it for today! [04:49] We hit our goal of 1 Million downloads! So, we will be throwing a free event in Los Angeles this June. Check out this website if you would like to attend. Remember: we are capping the event at 500 people, so sign up now, if you’re interested! Leave some feedback: What should we talk about next? Please let us know in the comments below. Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave a short review. Connect with us: NeilPatel.com Quick Sprout Growth Everywhere Single Grain Twitter @neilpatel Twitter @ericosiu
@SimonBooks brings a legacy brand to a new audience
@SimonBooks has been around since before Twitter – before the internet, even. Their first marketing materials were print ads in 1920’s magazines. So how does a company with so much legacy and tradition evolve its voice – and more importantly, its mindset – to stay current? In this episode of Character Count, we sit down with their Director of Marketing to learn how they found their online audience, and what it’s meant to the brand.
How to Target Effectively on LinkedIn| Ep. #962
In episode #962, we discuss how to target effectively on LinkedIn. Tune in to hear how you can get the right people to engage with your content. We have committed to throwing a FREE Marketing School Live Event in Los Angeles, once Marketing School reaches 1M downloads in a 30 day period. Take action: Rate, review, subscribe, and SHARE. Check the progress here! TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES: [00:27] Today’s Topic: How to Target Effectively on LinkedIn [00:38] On LinkedIn, you can target job titles, specialties, or seniority. [00:56] Targeting job titles is the easiest option. [01:16] Although everyone has odd titles nowadays. [01:30] The specialties option allows you to search for job function. [01:42] Seniority helps you narrow down the level of employee you are seeking. [02:10] It’s all about the content you produce. [02:24] Post content that’s related to your business. [03:02] When your post is more specific, you will get engagements from real leads. [03:30] LinkedIn groups are an op...
Squarespace: Anthony Casalena
Like many classic technology stories, Squarespace started in a college dorm room. In 2003, 21-year-old Anthony Casalena created a website-building tool for himself. But after hearing some positive feedback from friends, he decided to put the tool online and start a business. For years, Anthony ran Squarespace almost entirely on his own but the stress took a toll and he reached the limits of what he could accomplish by himself. The journey to hiring a staff and scaling the company had its own set of growing pains for Anthony, including difficulty letting go of control, and learning how to manage other people. Today, Squarespace has grown to more than 800 employees, and valued at $1.7 billion. PLUS in our postscript "How You Built That," how Kate Westervelt took an overwhelming experience and turned it into a gift box for new moms – filled with essential items women need to recover from childbirth.
#786 - Stylish Clothes Reseller Becomes Fashion Consultant
A broke college student learns to buy and resell designer clothes, then transitions the business into a high-end fashion consultancy. He now earns six figures annually! Side Hustle School features a new story EVERY DAY of someone who started a hustle without quitting their job. You’ll learn how they got the idea, how they overcame challenges along the way, and what the results are. Share: #SideHustleSchool Show notes: SideHustleSchool.com Twitter: @chrisguillebeau Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
TIP226: Billionaire Charles Koch Lessons Learned (Business Podcast)
On today's show, Preston and Stig talk about billionaire Charles Koch. Koch made his money in the chemical business since the 1960's. As the Chairman and CEO of Koch industries for over 50 years, Koch has produced an 18% annual return.
Ep. 86: How Google Maps Works
It's an incredible software, if you think about it, and how it works is even more ingenious. Chuck finds out how, and in 15 minutes tells you all you need to know about Google Maps, and gives you some fun trivia as well. Now if only someone can figure out why Ola keeps loading at that random road near Bangalore. You can find the blog post from 2005 mentioned on the episode here:https://googleblog.blogspot.in/2005/02/mapping-your-way.html For more awesome IVM podcasts,find us at: Website:Indusvox.com Facebook:facebook.com/ivmpodcasts Twitter:twitter.com/ivmpodcasts Instagram:instagram.com/ivmpodcasts
Shark Tank vs. The Pitch (Monti Kids)
Zahra Kassam has been on the road in a major way, pitching her startup, Monti Kids. A few months before our show, she pitched on ABC’s “Shark Tank.” Today we find out: Did she win over any investors in her two very public pitches? And how do our investors compare to pitching the sharks? Today's investors are Alexandra Stanton, Sheel Mohnot, Charles Hudson, and Phil Nadel.
Why Linkedin Is The New Facebook With Deepak Shukla
Welcome to episode 57 of The Blogger Genius Podcast. Today, Deepak Shukla, our SEO expert, is back on the show talking about why LinkedIn is the new Facebook, especially if you're looking for a social platform to grow your business.
Behind the Scenes at “Shark Tank” With Mike Stephens, Our Secret Weapon
We give you the down and dirty on “Shark Tank” as Mike, my young hunky business manager, spills the beans on what really goes on behind the scenes. Everything you wanted to know but didn’t know how to ask. Got a business question you want to ask me? Tweet it @BarbaraCorcoran and I may just answer it on a future episode! Follow Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran on iHeartRadio, or subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. This episode of Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran is presented by On Deck Business Loans (http://www.ondeck.com/barbara). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Get In The Bentley
A Classic RISK! Singles episode! A story that Chad Zimmerman first shared on the podcast in March of 2011 about his hands-on way of training his dog.
Motherhood ft. Kiran Manral & Meghna Pant
What is the right age to get pregnant? Are you allowed to complain about pregnancy? What is something no one tells you about being a mother? Are epidurals safe? Is breastfeeding painful? How do you deal with post-partum depression? Do you fall in love with your baby? How will your baby affect your career? This week, Dr. Munjaal sits down with authors Kiran Manral and Meghna Pant to discuss how they navigate pregnancy and motherhood. -- You can follow Kiran at @KiranManral and Meghna at @MeghnaPant Dr. Munjaal practices at Namaha Healthcare and you can find him at @Scissortongue. If you have any questions or just want to share something, please send us an email or a voice note at firstname.lastname@example.org. This is a Maed In India Production; check us out at www.maedinindia.in
OB-GYAN ft. Dr. Vipul Kapadia & Dr. Vaibhav Kapadia
What was it like to be a gynaecologist in the 70s? Are women uncomfortable with male doctors? What are the advancements in gynaecology? How do lifestyle changes affect women's health? How can hospitals be more comfortable for patients? What is the effect of technology on healthcare? Should patients self-diagnose using the internet? How important are communication skills for doctors? This week, Dr. Munjaal sits down with his father, Dr. Vipul and his brother Dr. Vaibhav to discuss the changes in the medical field and their personal experiences as male gynaecologists. They also answer some listener questions too. Dr. Vipul and Dr. Vaibhav practice at Namaha healthcarealong with Dr. Munjaal. You can find him at @Scissortongue. If you have any questions, please send us an email or a voice note at email@example.com and we will try and answer them in a later episode. This is a Maed In India Production; check us out at www.maedinindia.in
The Key to Passive Income | Email Marketing
The foundation of your business is the building of your email list. In this episode, Chalene talks all about that process. Chalene wants for this message to be your wake-up call; she knows you have great things in store for 2019… but you’ve got to do things in the right order. And you can’t go anywhere without an email list in place.
Identifying What Makes Your Brand Unique
What makes you and the growth of your business unique? In this episode, you’ll learn all about building a brand that its one of a kind and creative. It’s time to stop comparing yourself to others who have “already done it” and do it yourself YOUR way. What makes your brand personality unique usually isn’t something outrageously different from what you're already doing. Learn some tips on how to identify what you can supplement to your brand to make it unique.
@Dropbox jumps out of the background
Susan Chang manages social media for @Dropbox – that’s right, all of it. She oversees multiple accounts running multiple campaigns and makes the hard decisions most of us have probably all encountered: should such-and-such team get their own @handle? Who should get access to existing handles? What resources should be assigned to community management? In this episode of Character Count, we sit down with Susan to discuss all of these things, along with the strategy and philosophy that drives Dropbox’s global social presence.
IVF ft. Kainaz Messman & Nihal Harchandrai
When is the right time to have a baby? How do women balance their jobs and getting pregnant? How difficult is it to have sex on the clock? How do you find the right gynaecologist? What are the different kinds of treatments available for people struggling to conceive? Is IVF right for you? How do you navigate the tough times with your partner? How can men support their partner? Is it all worth it? This week, Dr. Munjaal talks to founder and creative director of Theobroma, Kainaz Messman and Nihal Harchandrai, the head of Finance and Compliance at Theobroma about their journey with In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF). -- You can follow Kainaz at @kainazmessman and Nihal at @NihalHarch Dr. Munjaal practices at Namaha Healthcare and you can find him at @Scissortongue. If you have any questions or just want to share something, please send us an email or a voice note at firstname.lastname@example.org. This is a Maed In India Production; check us out at www.maedinindia.in
Ep. 57 (Rebroadcast): How Ad Films Work: A Chat with Dharam Valia
Today, we rebroadcast one of our favourite interviews: Dharam Valia, who heads an awesome production house based out of Mumbai. Regular programming commences next week! While the film world has lights, camera, action... The advertising world has brief, PPT, ad (roughly). Some ads are better than others. Some of them are so well shot that you might actually stop in wonder and think how they were made (you know, a lot like films themselves). This week, we look at how exactly this is done. We chat with Dharam Valia, who's been running Hungry Films for the last 3 years. Along the way, we take several potshots at advertising, make several poor jokes and glean into the future where digital ads with 'skip' are seen more than traditional TV ads. Oh and Dharam used to be the boss of 2/3 of Simblified - we'll leave it to you to work out which (Hint: Naren never worked in advertising). Find Dharam at@dharamv(https://twitter.com/dharamv) on Twitter. NEW TO SIMBLIFIED? It's an Indian podcast - p...
Ep. 17: Looking Through The Humorous Lens
Writer and comedian, Naveen Richard, joins host Varun Duggirala to discuss his writing process and finding his source material, being a writer for a web series and integrating brands into it, why everyone must attend a stand-up workshop, tongue cleaners and more. Talk to Varun on Twitter -@dailydement You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcast App on Android:https://ivm.today/androidor iOS:https://ivm.today/ios You can check out our website athttp://www.ivmpodcasts.com/
Ep. 15: The Untapped Potential Of Sports Media
Gaurav Kapur, widely known as the TV presenter, and also the Founder of Oaktree Creative Solutions, joins host Varun Duggirala. The former Channel V alumni talks about his journey to becoming a sports presenter, why creators need to be taking more risks, what we're not making enough of in sports content, ego management, the idea behind his YouTube show, Breakfast With Champions, and more. Talk to Varun on Twitter -@dailydement You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcast App on Android:https://ivm.today/androidor iOS:https://ivm.today/ios You can check out our website athttp://www.ivmpodcasts.com/
Ep. 16: Culture Curation, Music & What Lies Beyond
Nirmika Singh, Executive Editor of Rolling Stone India joins host Varun Duggirala for a riveting conversation. They talk about: - The importance of understanding various nuances to be a music journalist - The rise of Indian hip-hop - How the music industry has changed over the years - Managing being a leader, journalist, poet, and musician among other roles - Creating a space that's conducive to more women leaders - What inspires her and more! Talk to Varun on Twitter -@dailydement You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcast App on Android:https://ivm.today/androidor iOS:https://ivm.today/ios You can check out our website athttp://www.ivmpodcasts.com/
Inside “Shark Tank” With Mr. Wonderful
At long last, I sit down with my friend and foil, Kevin O’Leary, known to many of you as “Mr. Wonderful.” We talk all things Shark Tank and answer all the questions you’ve always wanted to know but didn’t want to ask. We also dig deep into what made Mr. Wonderful the person he is, including why he really isn’t THAT wonderful. Just kidding, Kevin. Got a business question you want to ask me? Tweet it @BarbaraCorcoran and I may just answer it on a future episode! Follow Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran on iHeartRadio, or subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. This episode of Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran is presented by On Deck Business Loans (http://www.ondeck.com/barbara). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Why It’s So Hard To Follow Through On Your Goals with Dr. Sean Young
In this episode we ask - why you don’t follow through on the things that are most important to you? How can someone facing down near death fail to follow essential health protocols? What causes people to self sabotage? Why is it so hard to follow up and follow through with your goals? We share the important lesson that it’s not about more information - it’s about finding the right pattern of behaviors and habits to match with your desired goal - and building a scientifically validated process to make sure you actually achieve them. We discuss this and much more with our guest Dr. Sean Young. Dr. Sean Young is the Executive Director of the University of California Institute for Prediction Technology. He has previously worked with companies such as NASA and has spoken in forums such as the European Parliament. He is the author of the #1 Wall Street Journal Best-Seller Stick With It: A Scientifically Proven Process for Changing Your Life - For Good and his work has been featured acr...
Ep. 71: (Rebroadcast) What Goes Behind Mood Indigo?
Every year, thousands... Lakhs, actually, of people look forward to IIT Bombay's annual cultural festival in December, Mood Indigo. It's a massive show that sees engineering students (and then some) from all over briefly forgetting Fermat and Mass Transfer and focusing on rock shows, events and informals. As one can imagine, pulling off an event of such scale is a huge process that starts way back in April itself. Simblified speaks to Karan and Chaitanya from the current Mood Indigo organising team to learn how it's done and it's a fascinating chat! NEW TO SIMBLIFIED? It's an Indian podcast - probably the best to come from Malad West - that takes things that happen around us, and deconstructs them in a language you can understand, often surmounting several puns and PG Wodehouse references along the way. We aim to make you appear smarter during parties, job interviews, and dates. Your hosts (and Twitter / Instagram handles) are Chuck (@chuck_gopal/@chuckofalltrades), Srikeit (@srikei...
Ep. 08: Building Brand 'You' with Karthik Srinivasan
Communication consultant Karthik Srinivasan joins Karthik Nagarajan to discuss social media branding. They also talk about: The platform-based difference in communication across various platforms The impact of social media on building brand identity The frequency of brand communication on various social media platforms Their mutual respect for Anand Mahindra when it comes to personal branding ...and more. Tweet to Karthik Nagarajan@The_Karthikand follow his WordPress handle here (https://filterkoffee.wordpress.com/author/karthik215/). You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the new and improved IVM Podcast App on Android:https://ivm.today/android or iOS:https://ivm.today/ios You can check out our website athttp://www.ivmpodcasts.com/
Course Creation: A Step by Step Guide
A step-by-step guide to create an online course. This episode is your course for creating your own course! Here’s the thing, you might already have the information it takes to create a course. You could be an expert in your area or niche, and you might take for granted the things that come so easily to you. Those skills that come easy? Teach them. Build a course teaching others how to do what you do. The result is a new reputation as an expert and educator in your industry and a potential passive income stream so you could make money while you sleep. I’ll walk you through the logistics like picking a topic and a platform, my tips for smart pricing, and how to set yourself up for future success with your course. GOAL DIGGER FB COMMUNITY: https://www.facebook.com/groups/goaldiggerpodcast/ GOAL DIGGER INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/goaldiggerpodcast/ GOAL DIGGER SHOWNOTES:http://jennakutcherblog.com/course/
Miscarriages ft. Pooja Jauhari & Dr. Riddhi Kapadia
Can working too much cause miscarriages? Can taking the local train cause miscarriages? Is it better to stay at home and rest to avoid miscarriages? How do you plan for parenthood? What toll does it take on your relationship with your partner? How do you deal with losing a baby? How do you deal with losing four babies? How do you still find the courage to try for another baby? This week, Dr. Munjaal talks to CEO ofThe Glitch, Pooja Jauhari and Pathologist & Head of Diagnostics at Namaha Healthcare, Dr. Riddhi Kapadia about their trials & tribulations dealing with miscarriages. -- You can follow Pooja at @poojajauhari and Riddhi at @r1ddh1 Dr. Munjaal practices at Namaha Healthcare and you can find him at @Scissortongue. If you have any questions or just want to share something, please send us an email or a voice note at email@example.com. This is a Maed In India Production; check us out at www.maedinindia.in
The Opposite of the Prosecution
Adnan told Sarah about a case in Virginia that had striking similarities to his own: one key witness, incriminating cell phone records, young people, drugs - and a defendant who has always maintained his innocence. Sarah called up one of the defense attorneys on that case to see if she could offer any insight into Adnan’s case, and got much more than she bargained for.
The Case Against Adnan Syed
The physical evidence against Adnan Syed was scant - a few underwhelming fingerprints. So aside from cell records, what did the prosecutors bring to the jury, to shore up Jay's testimony? Sarah weighs all the other circumstantial evidence they had against Adnan, including curious behavior, a disconcerting note, and an unexplained mid-afternoon phone call.
Adnan once issued a challenge to Sarah. He told her to test the state’s timeline of the murder by driving from Woodlawn High School to Best Buy in 21 minutes. It can’t be done, he said. So Sarah and Dana take up the challenge, and raise him one: They try to recreate the entire route that Jay said he and Adnan took on January 13th, 1999.
A few days after Hae’s body is found, the detectives get a lead that opens the case up for them. They find Jay at work late one night and bring him down to Homicide. At first, he insists he doesn’t know anything about the murder. But eventually he comes clean. He tells them what happened on January 13th. A few weeks later, he’s back at Homicide and his story has changed. In some ways, these changes are small and understandable. In other ways, they’re big and confounding.
It’s February 9, 1999. Hae has been missing for three weeks. A man on his lunch break pulls off a road to pee, and stumbles on her body in a city forest. His odd recounting of the discovery makes Detectives Ritz and MacGillivary suspicious. For instance, why did he walk so far into the woods - 127 feet - to relieve himself? And that’s just the start. A look into the man’s past reveals some bizarre behavior.
Their relationship began like a storybook high-school romance: a prom date, love notes, sneaking off to be alone. But unlike other kids at school, they had to keep their dating secret, because their parents disapproved. Both of them, but especially Adnan, were under special pressure at home, and the stress of that spilled over into their relationship. Eventually Hae broke up with Adnan. And then, depending on who you ask, Adnan was either understandably sad and moping around, or full of rage and plotting to kill her.
Sadhguru on Wellbeing and the Sustainability of Indian Textiles | Inside Fashion
Imran Amed sits down with Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev, accomplished yogi and founder of the Isha foundation, whose latest social movement is pushing for the use of sustainable and natural textiles in the fashion industry. Sign up for BoF’s Daily Digest newsletter here: http://bit.ly/BoFnews. Ready to become a BoF Professional? For a limited time, enjoy 25% discount on an annual membership, exclusively for podcast listeners. Simply, click here: http://bit.ly/2KoRRBH, select the Annual Package and use code PODCASTPRO at the checkout. For comments, questions, or speaker ideas, please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.For all sponsorship enquiries, it’s: email@example.com.
How To Motivate Your Customers To Take Action—with Tyler Ginn
It’s no secret that a strong call to action is key for creating great marketing material. But what does it look like to actually craft a call to action that people respond to? To help answer that question we invited our Director of Marketing, Tyler Ginn, to join the podcast for this week’s episode. He sits down with Don and JJ to break down a successful email campaign and gives you practical tips for creating calls to action in your marketing that will get a response. Plus, find out which type of salesperson is statistically proven to be the most successful (hint: the answer will probably surprise you).
Alcohol: A Pour Decision?
For decades we’ve been told that having a glass or two of wine is good for you. But recently there’ve been reports that even a little bit of booze is bad for you. So what is going on? Is just a bit of alcohol dangerous? To find out we talk to epidemiologist and nutritionist Prof. Eric Rimm, psychologist Prof. Tim Stockwell, and cancer researcher Dr. Susan Gapstur. Check out the full transcript here: http://bit.ly/31p8pk5 Selected references:Eric’s study of drinking and heart attacks in over 40,000 menTim and Kaye’s meta-analysis critiquing the heart benefit hypothesisMeta-analysis showing the increased risk of cancer and other diseases from drinking different amounts Credits: This episode was produced by Meryl Horn with help from Wendy Zukerman as well as Rose Rimler and Michelle Dang. Our senior producer is Kaitlyn Sawrey. We’re edited by Blythe Terrell. Editing help from Caitlin Kenney. Fact checking by Michelle Harris and Michelle Dang. Mix and sound design by Peter Leonard....
It's Baltimore, 1999. Hae Min Lee, a popular high-school senior, disappears after school one day. Six weeks later detectives arrest her classmate and ex-boyfriend, Adnan Syed, for her murder. He says he's innocent - though he can't exactly remember what he was doing on that January afternoon. But someone can. A classmate at Woodlawn High School says she knows where Adnan was. The trouble is, she’s nowhere to be found.
Lilly Singh: ON Why She Took A Break From YouTube
Being a YouTube creator can be difficult for anyone, but Lilly Singh really is superwoman.Despite the success, things haven’t always been easy for Lilly. She opens up about everything: how it feels when being called a role model, her relationships both personal and professional, even her struggles with depression and defining what success looks like in her life.Today’s conversation is a deep dive into what drives her to keep creating at such a prolific level and why she’s determined to keep using her influence for positive social change.
Ep. 177: Wealth Creation With Equities
Anupam is joined by Jay Toshniwal, CEO of Toshniwal Equities to discuss wealth generation in equities, how to choose stocks and sectors, how to stay invested in the stock markets to create wealth over the long term and more. Equities held over the long term have the power and potential to generate a lot of wealth. How that is done is decoded in this episode. This episode is brought to you by PayTM Money. Talk to host Anupam Gupta on Twitter@b50 You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcast App on Android:https://ivm.today/androidor iOS:https://ivm.today/ios You can check out our website athttp://www.ivmpodcasts.com/
TIP229: Billionaire Reid Hoffman Lessons Learned (Business Podcast)
On today's show, we learn valuable lessons from Silicon Valley billionaire Reid Hoffman.
Sex ft. Kaneez Surka and Aranya Johar
When was the first time you heard about "sex"? What age is the right age to have sex? Is sex associated with guilt for most people? Has porn ruined our expectations of sex? Is there something to learn from porn? What is the difference between porn and real sex? Are relationships redundant? How often do you get tested for STDS? Are iPills safe to use? Are flavoured condoms bad for you? This week, Dr. Munjaal talks to comedian & improv artist Kaneez Surka and spoken word artist Aranya Johar about changing perceptions and beliefs about sex. -- You can follow Kaneez at @KaneezSurka and Aranya at @Aranyajohar. Dr. Munjaal practices at Namaha Healthcareand you can find him at @Scissortongue. If you have any feedback, questions or just want to share something, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. This is a Maed In India Production; check us out at www.maedinindia.in
Build Your Dream Team With Theresa Loe
Welcome back to episode #304! Do you already have a team or are you thinking you don't need one yet?I know you're a go-getter, powerhouse female entrepreneur who can do "all the things," but truth be told, in the end time is money. I can confidently say there is not one business owner who can say they do not need a team. We ALL need at least one person on our team!
Canva: Melanie Perkins
When she was just 19 years old, Melanie Perkins dreamt of transforming the graphic design and publishing industries. But she started small, launching a site to make yearbook design simpler and more collaborative. Her success with that first venture — and an unexpected meeting with a VC investor — eventually landed her the backing to pursue her original idea, and the chance to take on software industry titans like Adobe and Microsoft. Today, Melanie's online design platform Canva is valued at over $1 billion, joining the list of Australia's "unicorn" companies. PLUS for our postscript "How You Built That," how Tristan Corriveau collected used bars of soap from a hotel and recycled them into liquid soap with The One Gallon Soap Company.
Is Selling in Walmart a Good Thing? (Copper Cow Coffee)
Debbie Wei Mullin is pitching her pour-over Vietnamese coffee startup, Copper Cow Coffee. The company is already doing well on Walmart’s shelves. But does she have what it takes to take the brand online? Today's investors are Alexandra Stanton, Sheel Mohnot, Charles Hudson, and Phil Nadel.
Why Is Lobster So Expensive?
Lobster hasn't always been a luxury -- and prices have the potential to drop again. Learn the history and politics behind these tasty crustaceans in this episode of BrainStuff. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Periods ft. Sofia Ashraf & Chitra Balachandran
How was your first period? Menstrual cramps - how much pain is too much pain? How does your workplace deal with women with periods? Do men know enough about periods? What is endometriosis? What is PCOD? How do you deal with PMS? Sex while on your period? Sanitary napkins, tampons, cloth pads or the cup? What do you do with social taboos around periods? This week, Dr. Munjaal talks to fitness coach and dance instructor Chitra Balachandran and musician/activist Sofia Ashraf about their experience with periods, pain and menstrual products. -- You can follow Chitra at @bombaybellyrina and Sofia at @onceuponasofie. Dr. Munjaal practices at Namaha healthcare (facebook.com/namahahealthcare) and you can find him at @Scissortongue. If you have any questions or just want to share something, please email us at email@example.com. This is a Maed In India Production; check us out at www.maedinindia.in
#1158 - Chuck Palahniuk
Chuck Palahniuk is a novelist and freelance journalist, who describes his work as "transgressional" fiction. He is the author of the award-winning novel Fight Club, Choke, Lullaby, and many others.
How Sarah Koenig Gets It Done
Sarah Koenig is the host and co-creator of Serial, the show that made podcasts a cultural phenomenon. After three seasons of exhaustive reporting, we wanted to ask her: how does she get it done? We sat down with Sarah to talk about how she balances work demands and supporting her family, her work wife, how she got over her fear of flying; and much more.
Ep. 07: Live Events 101
Roshan Abbas has worn many hats over the years - whether it's radio, television, his company Geometry Encompass, Kommune or the SpokenFest. On this episode, he paints a picture in the theatre of our minds about how you can sell a dream, and dives into the world of live events with host Varun Duggirala. Talk to Varun on Twitter -@dailydement You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcast App on Android:https://goo.gl/tGYdU1or iOS:https://goo.gl/sZSTU5 You can check out our website athttp://www.ivmpodcasts.com/
How to Create the PERFECT Offer for Your Audience
Need a lifeline? Your audience does and YOU can create the perfect offer for them. We’ve all got something to offer. But is that *something* perfect for your audience? Will anyone even want it? Maybe you have a great idea that you want to get off the ground but have been stuck at the dreaming stage. Or maybe you’ve got so many ideas floating around your head but you’re just not sure which one your audience wants or needs most, and more importantly, will actually buy. It’s important that you’re putting the RIGHT things out there... If you’re wondering how to create the perfect offer, I’ve got you covered. I’m going to walk you through my EXACT process for determining what to offer next in my business, whether it’s a product in the shop, a freebie, a mastermind, or a new course. What will you create next? GOAL DIGGER FB COMMUNITY: https://www.facebook.com/groups/goaldiggerpodcast/ GOAL DIGGER INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/goaldiggerpodcast/ GOAL DIGGER SHOWNOTES:https:...
How to STOP Overthinking
Do you find yourself overthinking all of the time? In this episode I’m going to explain why we overthink, and to help you (once and for all!) stop doing it. Are you ready to create your Business by Design this year? Be the first in line when the program opens by joining the waiting list at https://www.businessbydesigntraining.net/! If you enjoy this episode and it inspired you in some way, I’d love to hear about it and know your biggest takeaway. Take a screenshot of you listening on your device, post it to your Instagram Stories and tag me, @jameswedmore. I want to invite you to help contribute to this podcast by submitting a question for the Listener Question of the Week edition of The Mind Your Business Podcast. All you have to do is go to http://jameswedmore.com/QA and record a question (under 4 minutes or less) that could be featured on an upcoming episode! In the episode you’ll hear: About an experience I recently had at BBD Live and the lessons I learned from it The very f...
TIP220: Lessons from Billionaire Oprah Winfrey (Business Podcast)
Learn important business lessons from billionaire Oprah Winfrey.
Generate Passive Income through EBooks
Passive income streams are my favorite income streams, what would it look like to make money while you slept? Today I have the expert on Ebooks to talk how she and her husband have sold over 100,000 of ‘em to fuel the their business. I’m so excited to introduce you to one of my mastermind girls: Kelly McNelis. She makes this whole girl boss thing look effortless. Kelly is the wife, mother of five, and crockpot addict behind The Family Freezer. She shares healthy, simple, and budget-friendly recipes and she’s made a living off of selling ebooks online. Now she’s teaching us how to do the same! Today Kelly is walking us through the A-to-Z of creating an ebook, marketing hacks to ensure your product gets seen (and purchased!), and her best advice if you’re contemplating an ebook venture. Who wants to make money while you sleep? GOAL DIGGER FB COMMUNITY: https://www.facebook.com/groups/goaldiggerpodcast/ GOAL DIGGER INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/goaldiggerpodcast/ GOAL DIGGE...
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