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Eddy Addy
Saviours Of Self Or Saviours Of Men

Eddy Addy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 94:35


Preached at the Riverside Atmosphere Service - The Makarios Cathedral, HQ

Eddy Addy
Make Yourselves Saviours Of Men Pt II

Eddy Addy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 77:16


Preached at the Victory Secrets Service 1 - The Makarios Cathedral, HQ

The Retrospectors
On This Day: Elizabeth of Russia's Bloodless Coup

The Retrospectors

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 9:55


Wearing an armoured breastplate, clasping a silver cross and seizing an Army spontoon, 31 year old Elizabeth Petrovna appeared at the HQ of the elite Preobrazhensky Regiment guards in St. Petersburg on 25th November, 1741 - intent on over-throwing Tzar Ivan VI (a baby), and seizing the Russian throne for herself.Although she was the daughter of Peter The Great, she was also illegitimate, and overlooked in the line of succession. But her coup was bloodless, and she oversaw a productive cultural period for the dynasty - including her role in selecting Catherine The Great.In this episode, Arion, Rebecca and Olly recall Elizabeth's fondness for food, fashion and f***ing; posit that her husband Alexis Razumovsky was a bit like Dolly Parton's beau Carl Dean; and explain why, if you're staging a coup, you should always slit your drums…Further Reading:• ‘Elizabeth I, Empress of All Russia' (Unofficial Royalty, 2018): http://www.unofficialroyalty.com/empress-elizabeth-i-of-russia/• ‘Decadent Facts About Empress Elizabeth Of Russia, The Last Romanov' (Factinate): https://www.factinate.com/people/empress-elizabeth/• ‘St Petersburg Palaces of the Romanovs' (RT, 2021): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a3LRMZfmAsUFor bonus material and to support the show, visit Patreon.com/RetrospectorsWe'll be back tomorrow! Follow us wherever you get your podcasts: podfollow.com/RetrospectorsThe Retrospectors are Olly Mann, Rebecca Messina & Arion McNicoll, with Matt Hill.Theme Music: Pass The Peas. Announcer: Bob Ravelli. Graphic Design: Terry Saunders. Edit Producer: Emma Corsham.Copyright: Rethink Audio / Olly Mann 2021. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Good, The Bad & The Rugby
S2 Ep8: The Twickenham Special - Behind The Scenes At HQ

The Good, The Bad & The Rugby

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 68:58


Alex, Tinds and Hask head to Twickenham ahead of England vs South Africa for a behind the scenes trot around HQ. They chat about all things game day; the prep, the characters, the emotion, the speeches, and of course, the fans. Tinds and Hask have never been so buzzed for an episode, so much so they threatened to come out of retirement... They also look back at the final weekend of Autumn Nations action, and the quality we're witnessing in Northern Hemisphere teams this season.

Eddy Addy
Make Yourselves Saviours Of Men

Eddy Addy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 73:39


Preached at the Riverside Atmosphere Service - The Makarios Cathedral, HQ

Ship of Fools
Episode 36: Forge Ahead

Ship of Fools

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 98:28


The boys return to HQ and get their next assignment, but not before asking The Adventurer some tough questions. Malachi gets a message, Regin punches a wall, and Fin looks in a window. Support the show and get bonus content at patreon.com/shipoffools!   Music: Ship of Fools theme, by Lucas Mangold Dark Standoff by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3609-dark-standoff License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Farmyard, by Tabletop Audio (tabletopaudio.com) This House by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4525-this-house License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license   Sound Effects: Open Ocean, by Tabletop Audio (tabletopaudio.com) Blacksmith Shoppe, by Tabletop Audio (tabletopaudio.com)

Energy Week
179 - Is OPEC a cartel? with Jeff Colgan

Energy Week

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 43:42


Oil prices are finally falling. Thank China and Joe Bidenhttps://www.cnn.com/2021/11/18/investing/premarket-stocks-trading/index.html- Is it really China and Biden? Or was it news of lockdowns in Europe?- Who knows more? the big banks or OPEC/IEA- Monthly OPEC meetings a plus?U.S. asks Japan, China, others to consider tapping oil reserveshttps://www.reuters.com/business/energy/exclusive-us-asks-big-countries-coordinate-releases-oil-reserves-sources-2021-11-17/- Will an SPR release have enough of an impact to help Biden's political ratings?‘Climate Funds': Who's Driving the Increased Demandhttps://www.wsj.com/articles/climate-funds-whos-driving-growing-demand-11637165424- who invests in these funds? Mostly women, millennials and high-net worth investors- are the funds actually helping the climate? the jury is still out.Dr. Jeff Colgan - New book, "Partial Hegemony: Oil Politics and International Order"- Is OPEC really a cartel? - is it a group of producers that can actually control market to a certain degree or enough to move prices?- Argues that OPEC is not actually a cartel - HQ in Vienna, meetings all the time but can't really change what its members do- Saudi Arabia has market power but it doesn't need OPEC to do that. - Are the members of OPEC actually greater than the sum of their parts?- OPEC isn't amplifying their power in any way.- How do we know this? OPEC members cheat on their quotas 96% of the time (since 1982)- Has this changed with addition of Russia and creation of OPEC+? But that's a producer to producer relationship. There are 3 really big producers in the world (Saudi Arabia, Russia and US). It matters when they fight, but that will happen without OPEC+ existing at all.- OPEC used to be a collective bargaining unit and acted as such through its founding until 1973.- OPEC's announcements and monthly meetings matter because they shape perceptions. But don't impact fundamentals over a period of 3-6 months. Media tends to overreact to OPEC.- OPEC is constantly being sued in Europe and US for being a cartel. Antitrust suites all the time. OPEC general council doesn't want OPEC to call itself a cartel to avoid legal repercussions. - Politicians in US also love to have OPEC to blame when prices go up and down as well.- Information sharing within OPEC is a very valuable part of what OPEC does, especially for poor countries that don't have the money to shell out for data. Though joining OPEC does cost several million dollars a year- Biden is trying to walk a difficult line with oil - green agenda vs. more oil from OPEC?- BIden memo to FTC is political theater as well.- Coordinated SPR release to change market fundamentals and/or perceptions but India and China aren't members of the IEA.- Original purpose of SPRs were for emergency situations, not just because gasoline is a little more expensive. Bad habit to use it this way. Most of the time these kinds of releases don't move prices much at all - other than after a natural disaster or state of emergency.- Find him on twitter @JeffDColganhttps://www.amazon.com/Partial-Hegemony-Politics-International-Order/dp/0197546382/

DynastyTradesHQ Podcast
Midseason Drafting, Birthday Wishes & A Trio Of Trades!

DynastyTradesHQ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 42:39


Welcome to Episode 204 of the @DynastyTradesHQ Podcast!  "I Don't Think Derrick Gore Is A Real Person"   Shane & Michael celebrate Shane's birthday by hanging out watching football live during the show and discussing everything from midseason drafting to fake COVID cards! After hearing from a few listeners wanting more trades, the guys breakout a trio of trades Shane completed in one of the HQ listener leagues. Come hang out and have some fun with Shane Manila @ShaneIsTheWorst & Michael Cipes @FFBlitz It will be a blast!   Check out our new DynastyTradesHQ STORE https://dthq.storenvy.com/   @DynastyTradesHQ Patreon is now called The HQCrew! Do you want the HQ guys to consult with you about your Dynasty team? Do you want a podcast t-shirt or hat? Would you like to get on the show with us? Do you want to listen to the new HQ After Dark podcast? Become a part of The HQCrew today!   Find us on iTunes, Google Play Music, Stitcher, and PodBean. Please make sure you rate and review! You can find us on Twitter @DynastyTradesHQ. The DynastyTradesHQ podcast (with your hosts Shane Manila @ShaneIsTheWorst, Michael Cipes @FFBlitz, and Jeremy Browand @DynastyMadman) goes beyond the obvious to bring you the right takes on trades, trade philosophies, and impact of ADP on trading. We'll laugh, we'll cry, and we'll get through the crazy world of dynasty trading together every week!  

Chicago Bullseye
Chicago Bullseye 457 – The Blazers Loss, Lonzo's History, and an Eye on the Bucks

Chicago Bullseye

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021


See Red Fred interviews Basketball Historian Tim Gallagher about the Blazers Loss and witnessing Lonzo Ball play in high school. In part 2, Bucks’ expert Jeff Tyree is interviewed for our Eye on the Competition segment. The post Chicago Bullseye 457 – The Blazers Loss, Lonzo’s History, and an Eye on the Bucks appeared first on Chicago Bullseye.

Empire Show
201. The Clarity You Need To Be Successful

Empire Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 52:20


Zander The Coach of Coaches & now Author, stops by HQ before the release of his book to talk about his life's work that led him to his book “Shit You Don't Learn In College”. Bedros and Zander give high level and micro level insight, on our internal and external conversations, which lead us to the crossroads of action, and how that action provides us data to become better. But what stops most is the inner battle between our own two ears, and through their own success, they give all the knowledge necessary on what it truly takes to achieve your goals. This one is heavy note taking, so be ready and enjoy this eye-opening conversation!   “ Just because you're good at something, doesn't mean that you should do it. What would you do if you couldn't fail? ” - Zander Fryer 00:32 - Intro  01:12 - How did The Coach of Coaches get into coaching? 08:16 - What if you took control instead of waiting to be told what to do? 10:32 - What inspired Zander to write “Sh!t They Don't Teach you In College” 16:13 - Why don't they teach these life skills in school? 22:49 - The craziness revolving around the title of the book 28:18 - Zander gives GEMS on our operating system, our goals, and our natural internal programming  33:00 - How we can take the clarity, and turn it into courageous action 37:40 - What you should do once courageous action meets adversity 48:24 - MIND-BLOWING thoughts around sales and leadership Get the Book Shit You Don't Learn In College and get an amazing bonus with it!  https://www.sydlicbook.com/   Connect with Zander on Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/zanderfryer/   Go to his website and check out his programs at : Zanderfryer.com Connect with Bedros Keuilian : Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/bedroskeuilian/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/bedroskeuilian/ Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/user/KeuilianInc Twitter - https://twitter.com/bedroskeuilian LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/bedroskeuilian/   Buy Man Up and get Bedros' High-Performance Leadership Course for FREE: https://manup.com/ Subscribe to My Channel for weekly videos: https://www.youtube.com/bedroskeuilian.com/?sub_confirmation=1

ASHRAE Journal Podcast
Episode 6: Behind the Design of ASHRAE's New Global HQ

ASHRAE Journal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 35:17


The architect, mechanical engineer of record and project manager of ASHRAE's new global HQ discuss what went into deciding which HVAC systems to use and how the building operates. ASHRAE Treasurer Ginger Scoggins, P.E., Fellow ASHRAE, former chair of ASHRAE's Building Ad Hoc Committee, Gregory Walker of Houser Walker Architecture and Stanton Stafford, P.E., of Integral Group also share lessons learned (1:55 and 16:15) from this high-profile project.The trio discuss some of the challenges they came across, such as the task of creating a market-rate net zero energy project (2:13), building envelope issues (3:00 and 20:00) and adhering to a fast-paced construction schedule (3:19). Then, Ginger, Greg and Stanton talk about how the design team chose between two options for the building's HVAC systems (6:13) and how ASHRAE took a more innovative approach by choosing a technology not widely used in the Atlanta area (10:37). More resources:·  Read the Owner's Project Requirements·  View the concept schedule·  Learn more about the HQ project Seeking a job in the engineering field, or searching for the most qualified engineers? The ASHRAE career center connects opportunities and candidates. Go to jobs.ashrae.org.

Nerd World Order
Ep 91: Full Gear -The InXclusive Episode Part Deux

Nerd World Order

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 81:09


The Cuzzins Of Destructions are back with resident NWOite Marcos in this fun filled episode! Before the fire alarm hit @ HQ, the boys discussed some wrestling history and named their current Top 5 Tag Teams. They also reviewed the Crown Jewel PPV, made their predictions for AEW's Full Gear PPV, and more. As always, welcome to the takeover!

Big Pink Loves You
Ep. 014 | "Facets & Assets" | Big Pink Loves You

Big Pink Loves You

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 72:08


This week, the boys talk about their clothing pop-ups, and other community events they hosted at their last HQ in Detroit's Eastern Market. Also, this week features the segments: "Whats in the Box?" and "1, 5, & 10 Year Goals" for Big Pink..Filmed/recorded in Detroit, MI on  11/14/2020.Contact Big Pink bigpinklovesyou@gmail.com .www.bigpinklovesyou.com

Wake Up to Money
Work and Reward

Wake Up to Money

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 49:57


Felicity Hannah looks at the jobs market and wage growth, as well as the future of high speed rail in the North of England. Plus, Shell plans to move its HQ to the UK. And, what financial pressures is the NHS under at the moment?

The RAG Podcast - Recruitment Agency Growth Podcast
Season 5 | Ep 6 - Nick Vaughan on scaling Hamlyn Williams to 100 people and then leaving the business to build the Bloomberg of the recruitment sector!

The RAG Podcast - Recruitment Agency Growth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 63:03


On this week's episode of The RAG Podcast Live, I was joined by Nick Vaughan, Founder of Hamlyn Williams and now CEO & Founder of Talent Ticker an actionable market intelligence platform for the recruitment industry. Nick's life began as a 3rd generation farmer in Herefordshire who moved to London to work in the city. After learning his trade with S3 and JCW, he launched Hamlyn Williams in 2011, a specialised STEM focused Recruitment Agency with a HQ in Cardiff. Over the next 7 years Nick managed to scale the business to over 100 people across multiple global offices in 3 continents before deciding that his skills were no longer suitable to take the business forward. Today, the business is over 200 people and managed by a new CEO, Nick is fully focussed on the launch of his next venture and what a plan he has! In this episode he shared  Nicks start up and scale up story How he got to 30 staff with no infrastructure and led to 100% staff churn The decisions that enabled him to scale to 100+ recruiters His top 3 tips for aspiring high growth business owners His sacrifice at home and the solid partnership with his wife whilst scaling His daily morning routine for success What is Talent Ticker and why should agencies consider using this innovative tool An extremely inspiring entrepreneur, one you do not want to miss! If you wish to speak to Nick personally - feel free to message him on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/nick-vaughan-125833a/ (here) --- A big thank you to today's sponsor Volcanic.com - the best in class recruitment website provider delivering websites that look good and perform even better.  If you would like to see some of the fantastic websites that Volcanic has delivered for clients globally, you can visit http://volcanic.com/our-work (volcanic.com/our-work) which showcases their best-in-class website designs across various locations and sectors, as well as a number of success stories for leading agencies such as Premier Group and Search Consultancy. Volcanic also recently ran a webinar along with Gordon Webb from Idibu and Janine Owen from The Talent Crowd on ‘Conquering the candidate conundrum'. This will soon be available to catch up on demand for insights on how to find those unicorn candidates in today's war for talent! Keep an eye out… Finally, we are offering RAG listeners an MOT of their current site – landing page is here (and embedded on the above page) https://pages.theaccessgroup.com/FY22-P04-REC-WEB-BOF-Hoxo-Volcanic-Podcast-MOT-Partnership_LP.html (The Access Group) www.volcanic.com/hoxo This applies to any recruitment website. ---- Thanks to our second sponsor District 4 District4 supports experienced recruiters to launch their own recruitment businesses with an impressive start-up package and take care of the back office and technology which allows them to focus on what they do best: providing an excellent service to their clients and candidates. District4 is a community of expert recruiters who are all business owners in their own right. As a community we support each-other professionally and personally to hit out goals.  On Monday 8th November they started an exciting 5-day challenge “So you want to start your own recruitment business?” Over 5 days you will explore your why, your vision, your financials, your market and put together a business plan. This challenge is for experienced recruiters who have thought about going it alone and want to explore it at a deeper level. At the end of the challenge you will either be raring to go and start your business or have decided that it is not for you.  It is running all of this week and there are replays available for anyone who has missed the sessions You can catch up either in the challenges closed facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/240028731327650 ((1) Start your Recruitment Business in 2022 Free Challenge | Facebook) or if they search in groups for "Start your recruitment...

HR Famous
88 - The Elon Musk Show - Could You Be His HR Leader?

HR Famous

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 44:41


On episode 88 of The HR Famous Podcast, long-time HR leaders (and friends) Tim Sackett, Jessica Lee and Kris Dunn come together to discuss Elon Musk as a maverick leader (his move of HQ location without discussing with leadership team, firing of longtime assistant, etc) and whether they could work for him as his SVP of HR. Drinking at Michigan State tailgates is also discussed. Listen below (click this link if you don't see the player) and be sure to subscribe, rate, and review (Apple Podcasts) and follow (Spotify)! SHOW HIGHLIGHTS: 3:00 - The Michigan attorney general (Michigan fan) recently released an apology for getting too drunk at a MSU football game. She said there was more alcohol than food at the tailgate. KD said the MSU tailgates are quite aggressive… 6:30 - When MSU and U of M play each other, anywhere from 150-250k people are on the respective campus. Tim says it's the “biggest cocktail of the North”.  9:30 - Today's episode is dedicated to the one and only Elon Musk. A few months ago, Elon announced that the Tesla headquarters are moving from California to Texas. He didn't tell his leadership team before he made the announcement, according to California officials trying to spin the move in a negative way.  12:30 - Tim can't believe in a modern world that a CEO would do this since even small moves can cause major change for many employees.  KD notes that it really didn't impact as many people as some might think, since Elon wanted to move to Texas and the top Talent at Tesla is either tied to a plant or as specialists can work where they want as long as they are willing to travel. 14:00 - JLee mentions that Elon is the new “boogeyman”. KD mentions that his leadership team must have had enough experience with him to know that something like could happen or would be happening soon.  18:30 - KD asks JLee for any guidance from HR leaders that work with CEOs like Elon. She notes that the best strategy may be to not try and control the leader. 20:30 - Tim mentions that Tesla is still considered a startup, even though most startups don't grow as quickly or to the scale of Tesla.  24:30 - JLee calls Elon a little petty in response to his former assistant's story.  The gang makes a note to discuss the dynamics of asking for more $$$ in the future - there's always a chance the answer is no! 33:00 - Elon recently took to Twitter to ask his followers if he should sell 10% of his stock. Tim notes that he had to do this since he has tax bills coming due.  37:30 - KD talks about some potential tax rebates for purchasing EVs and how the current administration is proposing greater rebates for auto companies with unions. KD notes the administration is penalizing one of the great innovators of the last 100 years, and also notes that the lower rebates may put the Tesla out of reach for some lower and middle class buyers, which he considers ironic due the fact that elites will still buy a Tesla regardless of the price.  42:30 - KD asks Tim & JLee if they would be Elon's HR leader. Tim says yes because of his extreme innovation. JLee won't answer but KD says he would too. 

DynastyTradesHQ Podcast
I Want To Score A Touchdown...I Want To Win!

DynastyTradesHQ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 43:12


Welcome to Episode 203 of the @DynastyTradesHQ Podcast!  "I Want To Score A Touchdown...I Want To Win!"   The guys discuss the fantasy implications of OBJ leaving the Browns and signing with the Rams and how his me me me attitude will effect the fantasy value of the players around him.  Then they go over Cam Newton returning the Panthers and how this will impact CMC, DJ Moore & Robby Anderson! Come hang out and have some fun with Shane Manila @ShaneIsTheWorst, Michael Cipes @FFBlitz, and Jeremy Browand @DynastyMadman It will be a blast!   Check out our new DynastyTradesHQ STORE https://dthq.storenvy.com/   @DynastyTradesHQ Patreon is now called The HQCrew! Do you want the HQ guys to consult with you about your Dynasty team? Do you want a podcast t-shirt or hat? Would you like to get on the show with us? Do you want to listen to the new HQ After Dark podcast? Become a part of The HQCrew today!   Find us on iTunes, Google Play Music, Stitcher, and PodBean. Please make sure you rate and review! You can find us on Twitter @DynastyTradesHQ. The DynastyTradesHQ podcast (with your hosts Shane Manila @ShaneIsTheWorst, Michael Cipes @FFBlitz, and Jeremy Browand @DynastyMadman) goes beyond the obvious to bring you the right takes on trades, trade philosophies, and impact of ADP on trading. We'll laugh, we'll cry, and we'll get through the crazy world of dynasty trading together every week!  

Daily Crypto Report
"Binance considers France as HQ country" November 11, 2021

Daily Crypto Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 3:17


Today's blockchain and cryptocurrency news Brought to you by ungrocery.com Bitcoin is down 4% at $64,961 Ethereum is down 1% at $4,709 and Binance Coin down 5% at $626 Mina up 41% Indonesia's council of religious leaders forbids muslims from using crypto according to Bloomberg Binance's CEO CZ says that he is considering France as a HQ country. The CMA partners with Solo Music to release an NFT collection for the 55th Country Music Awards. The SEC stops a Wyoming based DAO from registering 2 tokens.

Unstress with Dr Ron Ehrlich
HEALTHY BITE | How's your Emotional Intelligence and Health Quotient

Unstress with Dr Ron Ehrlich

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 19:04


Welcome to another Healthy Bite. In this week's podcast, we explored Emotional Intelligence with Robin Hills, which is how we relate to others. IQ - Intelligence Quotient - relates more to logic, memory, language, concentration, and comprehension. In this Healthy Bite episode, let's touch on something called HQ. The Health Quotient. What is it and why is it as important as the other two? ----  You can also watch this episode at https://drronehrlich.com/  ----- TIME TO TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR HEALTH? Join me in my online health programs.  ----- CONNECT WITH ME You can ask questions via social media using my Instagram or Facebook or TikTok or YouTube page.

Be Customer Led
Jim Tincher on the evolution of customer journey mapping and journey tech

Be Customer Led

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 35:04


https://www.linkedin.com/in/jimtincher/ (Jim Tincher) is Founder, CEO and Journey Mapper-in-Chief at Heart of the Customer, a consultancy he started over eight years ago. Jim and I first met in the lobby at Chase Bank's HQ in NYC many moons ago, and boy is he an impressive guy. Jim is my go-to for anything to do with customer journeys or the journey tech-stack; there is nobody out there more knowledgeable on these topics! On this episode of Be Customer Led, Jim and I cover: The importance of journey mapping as part of a broader Customer Experience agenda Journey best practices, and worst practices How he is seeing leading companies organize around the customer journey vs. the product or function The Journey Tech Stack including Journey Analytics and Journey Orchestration An awesome show with an industry veteran, a class act, and hands-down the world's leading authority on customer journeys (IMHO).

AJC
11/9/21: Mayor Bottoms lifts indoor mask mandate in Atlanta… and more news

AJC

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 2:59


Remington, nation's oldest gunmaker, to move global HQ to Georgia; Georgia redistricting brings opportunity for political payback; Ahmaud Arbery case: Police officer was seconds away when fatal shooting happened; Mayor Bottoms lifts indoor mask mandate in Atlanta

The Nathan Barry Show
055: Andrew Warner - Turning Your Podcast Into a Successful Business

The Nathan Barry Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 68:07


Andrew Warner has been part of the internet startup scene since 1997. Andrew and his brother built a $30 million per year online business, which they later sold. After taking an extended vacation and doing some traveling, Andrew started Mixergy. Mixergy helps ambitious upstarts learn from some of the most successful people in business.Andrew and I talk about his new book, Stop Asking Questions. It's a great read on leading dynamic interviews, and learning anything from anyone. We also talk about longevity and burnout as an entrepreneur. Andrew gives me feedback about my interviewing style, the direction I should take the podcast, and much more.In this episode, you'll learn: Why you need to understand and communicate your mission How to get your guest excited about being interviewed What to do instead of asking questions How to hook your audience and keep them engaged Links & Resources ConvertKit Gregg Spiridellis JibJab Ali Abdaal The Web App Challenge: From Zero to $5,000/month In 6 Months Groove Zendesk Help Scout Jordan Harbinger Noah Kagan Bob Hiler Seth Godin Morning Brew Alex Lieberman Keap (formerly Infusionsoft) Notion Sahil Bloom Ryan Holiday Brent Underwood Ghost Town Living Trust Me, I'm Lying: Confessions of a Media Manipulator Damn Gravity Paul Graham Y Combinator Nathan Barry: Authority Ira Glass NPR This American Life Barbara Walters Richard Nixon interview Oprah interview with Lance Armstrong Matt Mullenweg Chris Pearson Conspiracy: Peter Thiel, Hulk Hogan, Gawker, and the Anatomy of Intrigue Peter Thiel Gawker Nick Denton The Wall Street Journal Rohit Sharma SanDisk Jason Calacanis Dickie Bush Sean McCabe Daily Content Machine Jordan Peterson Tribes Warren Buffet Sam Walton Ted Turner GothamChess LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com) Inc.com: Selling Your Company When You're Running on Fumes Chess.com Mark Cuban James Altucher Rod Drury Andrew Warner's Links Andrew Warner Stop Asking Questions Mixergy Episode Transcript[00:00:00] Andrew:The top 10 interviews of all time are news-based interviews. We, as podcasters, keep thinking, “How do I get enough in the can, so if I die tomorrow, there's enough interviews to last for a month, so I can be consistent, and the audience loves me.”That's great, but I think we should also be open to what's going on in the world today. Let's go talk to that person today. If there's an artist who's suddenly done something, we should go ask to do an interview with them.[00:00:32] Nathan:In this episode, I talk to my friend, Andrew Warner, who I've known for a long time. He actually played a really crucial role in the ConvertKit story in the early days, and provided some great encouragement along the way to help me continue the company, and get through some tough spots.We actually don't get into that in this episode, but it takes an interesting turn because we just dive right in.Andrew's got a book on interviewing. He runs Mixergy. He's been, running Mixergy for a long time. We talk about longevity and burnout, and a bunch of other things. He dives in and challenges me, and gives me feedback on my interviewing style. Where I should take the Podcast, and a bunch of other stuff. It's more of a casual conversation than the back-and-forth interview of how he grew his business. But I think you'll like it. It's a lot of what I'm going for on the show.So anyway, enjoy the episode.Andrew, welcome to the show.[00:01:25] Andrew:Thanks for having me on.[00:01:26] Nathan:There's all kinds of things we can talk about today, but I want to start with the new book that you got coming out.This is actually slightly intimidating; I am interviewing someone who has a book coming out about how to be good at interviewing. Where do we even go from here? You were saying that you have thoughts?[00:01:47] Andrew:I have feedback for you. I have a thoughts on your program.[00:01:51] Nathan:I'm now even more nervous.[00:01:52] Andrew:I've been listening, and I've been following, and I've been looking for questioning styles. Is there feedback I could give him? I mean, I've wrote a whole book on it. I should have tons of ideas on that.I don't. Here's the thing that stood out for me watching you. There's an ease and a comfort with these guests, but I'm trying to figure out what you're trying to do with the Podcast. What is connecting them? Are you trying to bring me, the listener, in and teach me how to become a better creator who's going to grow an audience and make a career out of it? Or are you trying to learn for yourself what to do?How to become closer to what Ali Abdaal doing, for example, or Sahil Bloom? Are you trying to do what they did, and grow your audience? Or is it a combination of the two?I think the lack of that focus makes me feel a little untethered, and I know that being untethered and going raw, and letting it go anywhere is fine, but I think it would be helpful if you gave me a mission.What's the mission that Nathan Barry's on with the Podcast. Why is he doing these interviews?[00:02:56] Nathan:Oh, that's interesting. Because it's probably different: my mission, versus the audience members' mission.[00:03:05] Andrew:I think you should have a boat together and, but go ahead.[00:03:08] Nathan:I was going to say mine is to meet interesting people. Like that's the thing I found that, podcasts are the pressure from two sides, one as a creator, as an individual online, like I'm not going to set aside the time to be like, you know what, I'm going to meet one interesting person a week and we're just going to have a conversation riff on something like that.Doesn't happen the times that, you know, the years that I didn't do this show, I didn't set aside like deliberate time to do that. And then the other thing is if I were to set aside that time and send out that email, I think a lot of people would be like, I kind of had to have a busy week. I don't know that I've, you know, like yeah, sure.Nathan, whoever you are. I did a Google search. You seem moderately interesting. I'm not sure that I want to get on that.Like a, get to know[00:03:58] Andrew:They wouldn't and it would be awkward. And you're right. The Podcast gives you an excuse. I think you should go higher level with it though. I think you should go deep to the point where you feel vulnerable. I think what you should do is say something like this, isn't it. You have to go into your own into your own mission and say, this is what it is.And just, so let me set the context for why this matters. I think it helps the audience know, but it also helps you get better guests to give better of themselves. I talk in the book about how I was interviewing Greg spirit, Dallas, the guy who created jib, jab, you know, those old viral video, it was a fire video factory that also created apps that allowed you to turn your yourself into like a viral meme that you could then send to your friends.Anyway, he didn't know me. He was incredibly successful. He was, I think, person of the year, a company of the year named by time. He was on the tonight show because he created these videos that had gone viral. And yes. He said yes, because a friend of a friend invited him, but I could see that he was just kind of slouching.He was wearing a baseball cap. It wasn't a good position. And then he said, why are we doing this? And I said, I want to do a story. That's so important. That tells the story of how you built your business. Yes. For my audience. So they see how new businesses are being built online, but let's make it so clear about what you did, that your great grandkids can listen to this.And then they will know how to great grandfather do this and put us in this situation. And that's what I wanted. I wanted for him to create that. And he told me that afterwards, if he had known that that was a mission, he wouldn't have put his hat on. He said that after that, he started thinking about the business in a more in depth way, visualizing his great grandchild.And then later on, he asked me for that recording so that he could have it in his family collection. So the reason I say that is I want us to have a mission. That's that important that yes. You could get somebody to sit in front of the camera because you're telling me you're doing a podcast, frankly.Right. You're with ConvertKit they're going to say yes, but how do you bring the best out of them? And that's it. And so that's why I'm doing this. And so one suggestion for you is to say something like.I'm Nathan, I've been a creator my whole life, but I'm starting from scratch right now with YouTube.I've got 435 people watching YouTube. It's not terrible, but it's clearly not where I want to end up. And so what I've decided to do is instead of saying, I've created the book authority, I wrote it. I'm the one who created software that all these creators are using a ConvertKit. Instead of, instead of allowing myself to have the comfort of all my past successes, I'm going to have the discomfort of saying, I don't know what it's like.And so I'm going to bring on all these people who, because maybe I've got credibility from ConvertKit are going to do interviews with me. And they're going to teach me like Alia doll and others are going to teach me how they became better creators, better business people. I'm going to use it to inform my, my, growth on YouTube.And by the way, You'll all get to follow along. And if you want to follow along and build along with me, this is going to come from an earnest place. Now I've obviously gone. Long-winded cause I'm kind of riffing here, but that's a mission. And now we're watching as you go from four to 500, now we care about your growth.Now there's someone giving you feedback and more importantly, there's someone who then can go back years later and see the breadcrumbs. Even if the whole thing fails and say, you know what?Nathan made it in virtual reality videos. And he's amazing. But look at what he did when YouTube was there. He clearly didn't do it, but he aspired right. I could aspire to, if I don't do it, I'll do it in the next level. That's that's what I'm going for with it. I talk too much sometimes and give people too much, too much feedback. How does that sit with you?[00:07:14] Nathan:I like the idea. I particularly love anytime a creator's going on a journey and inviting people along for it, right. When you're sitting there and giving advice or whatever else, it's just not that compelling to follow it unless there's a destination in mind. So I did that with ConvertKit in the early days of, I said, like I called it the web app challenge said, I'm trying to grow it from zero to 5,000 a month in recurring revenue.Within six months, I'm going to like live blog, the whole thing. people love that another example would be also in the SAS space, but, the company grew, they did a customer support software and they, I think. They were going from 25,000 a month to 500,000 a month was their goal. and they even have like, in their opt-in form, as they blogged and shared all the lessons, it had like a progress bar.You'd see, like MRR was at 40,000,[00:08:08] Andrew:Every time you read a blog post, you see the MRR and the reason that you don't remember what the number was is I believe that they changed it, you know, as they achieve the goal, they, they changed it to show the next goal on their list. And yeah, and you've got to follow along now. Why do I care? The groove, HQ or groove is, is growing a competitor to Zendesk and help scout.But now that I'm following along, I'm kind of invested now that I see how they're writing about their progress. I really do care. And by the way, what is this groove and why is it better than help scout and the others? Yeah. I agree with you. I think that makes a lot of sense. I think in conversations also, it makes a lot of sense.I think a lot of people will come to me and say, Andrew, can I just ask you for some feedback? I'm a student. Can I ask you for support? It's helpful for them to ask, but if they could ground me in the purpose, if you could say to somebody I'm coming to you with these questions, because this is where I'm trying to go, it changes the way that they react.It makes them also feel more on onboard with the mission. I have a sense that there is one, I'm just saying nail it, you know, who does it really good? who does a great job with it is a Jordan harbinger. He starts out his each episode is almost if you're a fan of his, it's almost like enough already. I get that.You're going to do an opt-in in the beginning of the Podcast. I get that. What you're trying to do is show us how to whatever network now and become better people. But it's fine. I'd much rather people say, I know too much about what this mission is. Then I don't.[00:09:26] Nathan:Do you who's afraid anyone else tuning in? What, what is Jordan's mission? What would he say is the mission that[00:09:32] Andrew:It's about, see, that's the other thing I can't actually, even though I've heard it a billion times, he's adjusted it. It's about, self-improvement making me a better person better, man. And so the earnestness of that makes me accept when he brings somebody on who's a little bit too academic who's, Jordan's interested in it or a little bit too practical to the point where it feels like I'm just getting too many tips on how to network and I don't need it, but I've got his sensibility.He's trying to make me a better person. And so I think with interviews, if you, if you give people the, the mission, they'll forgive more, they'll accommodate the largest and it does allow you to have a broader, a broader set of topics.[00:10:14] Nathan:Yeah. I'm thinking about the mission side of it. Like all of that resonates. and I love when an interview is questions are Like are the questions that they specifically want to know? It's not like I went through my list and this seems like a good question to ask instead. It's like, no, no, no, Andrew specifically, I want to know what should I do about, this?And I'll even call that out in a show and be like, look, I don't even care if there's an audience right now. Like this is my list, you know?[00:10:41] Andrew:Yes.[00:10:41] Nathan:But the, like if we dive into the mission, the one that you outlined doesn't quite resonate. And I think the reason. I think about, creators who have already made it in some way.And it starts to lose that earnestness. Like, honestly, I'm not that interested in, in growing a YouTube[00:11:00] Andrew:I don't think that that's I don't think that that's it for you. It's true. That's a little bit too. I don't know. It's it's a little, it's a little too early in the career. There is something there. I don't know what it is and it can't be enough. It can't be enough to say I need to meet interesting people because that's very youth centric and I'm not on a mission to watch you, unless you're really going to go for like the super right.And we're constantly aspiring, inspiring. the other thing it could be as you're running a company, you're trying to understand what's going on. No Kagan did that really well. I actually have the reason that I know this stuff is in order to write the book. I said, I have all my transcripts. I can study all the ways that I've questioned, but I also want to see what other people have done.And so Noah Kagan did this interview with an NPR producer. I had that transcribed to understand what he did and what he learned. One of the things that he did in that, that made that such a compelling interview is. He was a podcaster who wanted to improve his podcasting. And he, I think he even paid the producer to do an interview with him on his podcast so that he could learn from him.Right. And in the process, he's asking serious questions that he's really wondering. He's trying to figure out how to make a show more interesting for himself. Now. Clearly someone like me, who wants to make my Podcast more interesting. I'm like mentally scribbling notes as I'm running, listening to the podcasting.Oh yeah. The rule of three, like what are the three things you're going to show me?Well, yeah, at the end he did summarize it and he did edit. I don't like the edits at all because the edits take away some of the rawness of it and the discomfort which I personally enjoy, but I see now how he's editing it out.And it's, it's interesting to watch that progress.[00:12:32] Nathan:Yeah, I'm thinking through. The different angles that I could take with this. cause I like it and I feel like there's a, a thread that's not quite there. And I felt that on the show. Right. Cause people ask, oh, why are you having this guest on versus that guest? and it is that like, I, I find them interesting.There's also another angle of like probably half the guests maybe are on ConvertKit already. And so I want to highlight that. And then the other half of the guests aren't and I want them on ConvertKit and so that's an, you know, an incredibly easy, I can send you a cold email and be like, Andrew switched to ConvertKit.Right. Or I could be like, Hey, you know, have you on the show, we could talk. and we've gotten great people like in the music space and other areas from just having them on the show and then[00:13:18] Andrew:Can I give you, by the way, I know it's a sidetrack and I give you a great story of someone who did that. Okay. it's not someone that, you know, it's a guy who for years had helped me out. His name is Bob Highler every week he would get on a call with me and give me advice on how to improve the business.And then at one point he said, you know what? I need new clients. I want to start going after people who are, I want to start going after lawyers, helping them with their online ads, because lawyers aren't, aren't doing well enough.He started doing all these marketing campaigns because he's a marketer. And so one of the things he did was he got these cards printed up.He said, they look just like wedding invitations, beautiful. He, he mailed them out to lawyers. He got one, two responses. Like nobody would pay attention to a stranger, even if they were earnest and sending those out. And he goes, you know, and then he gets on a call. He doesn't even know what to say to people.If he just cold calling goes, I'm going to try to do that. And Andrew, I'm going to do an interview show for lawyers. He picked bankruptcy lawyers. He started asking them for interviews. They were all flattered because they also want another good Google hit. Right. And so they said yes to him and he asked them questions.Then I started learning the language. I forget all the different terms that he learned about how, about how they operate. But he said, inevitably at the end, they'll go after it was done. And say, by the way, what are you. And then he'd have a chance to tell them. And because he's built up this rapport and they trust him, they were much more likely to sign them.He signed up his customers, just like that, just like that. It's a, I think it's an, it's an unexplored way of doing it, of, of growing a business, taking an interest in someone, shining a light on them, helping them get that Google hit and helping them tell their story. And then by the way, will you pay attention to the fact that I've got a thing that if you like me, you might like also,[00:14:50] Nathan:So a few years ago, I was in New York and Seth Goden had come out to speak at our conference and he'd ever said, Hey, if you're in New York and want to make the pilgrimage up to Hastings on Hudson, you know, of outside the city, like come up and visit. And so I did that and it's so funny, cause it is like this pilgrimage to you, you like take the train up along the river. You know, I don't know what it is an hour and a half outside of the city. and I was asking Seth advice at his office, about like how to reach more authors. I think that was the question I asked him specifically and he just, he was like, well, what do authors want? And I was like, ah, I, some more books I guess.And he's like, yeah know. And so like we went through a series of questions, but he's basically what he came to was, find a way to get them attention so that they can grow their audience to sell more books. And he was suggesting a podcast is the way to do that. What's interesting is that's the side, like that's the other half of it, right.I want to meet interesting people. I want to, Like get more of those people that I find really interesting on ConvertKit pushed the limits of like, our customer base in, in those areas. And then the third thing is I want to do it in a way that's high leverage in my time. Write of, I want to do it.That creates something, for people watching and listening along so they can follow the journey. But I still don't see,I would say two thirds of that is about me, right?[00:16:18] Andrew:It's not only that, but all these things are byproducts more than they are the clear goal. You're going to get that. No matter what, if you just talk all day about what? No, not talk all day. If you do, what was it? I'm the founder of morning brew does nothing, but like a 15 minute, if that sometimes five minutes.[00:16:37] Nathan:Alex Lieberman.[00:16:38] Andrew:Yeah, just what, what goes on in his life now it's changed over the years or so that he's done it, but it's just, here's what we were thinking about today. Here's how I'm deciding to hire somebody BA done. He's just doing that. That's enough to get attention enough to also broaden his audience enough to bring us in and then so on.So I think if you just did nothing, but get on camera and talk for a bit, you'll get that. But I think a higher leverage thing is to tap into that personal mission and let all the others come through along the way and all the other benefits, meaning that you will get to meet people and change the way you think you will get to get people to switch to convert kit.And so on, by the way, that's such a, like an impressive thing for you to admit, to say, I want to have these guests on because I want to assign them up. I think a lot of people would have those ulterior motives and[00:17:23] Nathan:Oh, no, you got to just talk about, I mean, that's something you and I, for as long as we've known each other have been very, very transparent in both of our separate businesses and our conversations and it's just, everyone wants that. Right? Cause they're like, I think I know why Nathan is doing this, but he wants.And that would be weird, but if we go to the mission side of it, there's mission of like this, I'm going to improve the world side of mission, which definitely exists that can protect you. And I got my little plaque behind me. It says we exist to help creators are living. And so we can take that angle of it, thinking of like the, the goal journey side of things, since we're just riffing on ideas.One way that might be interesting is to make like a top 100 list of the top 100 creators we want on ConvertKit. And the whole podcast is about interviewing those people and reaching them. And, and so it could be like, this is what I'm trying to accomplish. And you're going to learn a whole bunch along the way as a listener, but you, you know, we check in on that.And then another angle that we could take that would be different is the, like we're going together. We're going to help the creator make the best version of their business. And so you make it more of a.We're both peers diving in on your business, riffing on it, you know, how would we improve it? that kind of thing.[00:18:43] Andrew:I think helping creators create a business, seems like something others have done, but not quite your approach, your style, the way that you will go and carve something is this is the thing that's over your head that says create. Is that something you carved in your wood shop? Then I saw on Instagram.Yeah, right. The sensibility of I've got to create it my way. Instead of that's a pain in the ass, I got a business to run who like, right. You're not going to see, for example, infusion soft, go, we need a plaque. Let's go to the wood shop. No, you're not. It's just not their sensibility. Right. Coming from a sensibility of someone who cares about the details, who every button matters in the software, everything behind your shoulder matters to you for yourself, even the stuff I imagine.If you look forward would have a meaning there, it wouldn't be random chaos. Is it random chaos in front of, on the[00:19:32] Nathan:The desk is random chaos, but there's a sign that says the future belongs to creators up there. And[00:19:38] Andrew:Okay. I think I might've even seen that online somewhere. So I think that coming, coming from the business point of view, With a sense of creator's taste, I think is something that would appeal to a lot of people. For whom seeing, for example, my take on business would be completely abhorring. All I care about is where the numbers are and what it's like.Right. Well, even allium doll's take on, it would not be, would not be right, because he's much more about every movement needs to matter. He can't just have a checkbox in notion it Ellis has to fire off five different other things that notion because otherwise you're wasting time. Why type five things when you could type one, right.It's a different sensibility. And I think you've always done really well drawing in that audience. I remember talking to a competitor of yours who started around the same time, also done really well about why you were, you were really growing tremendously faster. and they said he nailed it. He nailed who his audience is.It's the bloggers. It's these early creators who, who didn't have. Who didn't have anyone speaking for them. And you did that. And I think maybe that's an approach to saying, look, we are creators. And the business of creation is, or the business of being a creator is evolving and we want to learn about every part of it.And then it's interesting to hear how somebody growing their audience in an interesting way. How is somebody thinking about writing? I love that you asked Sahil bloom about how long it took him to write. I know he talks about it a bunch, but it's, it's interesting to hear him go with you about how it is like a five hour, seven hour writing job for him, right.To write fricking tweets. He's writing tweets, right? You've got people just firing off the tweet. He's spending five, seven hours on it. And, and he's also not a guy who's just like, right. It would be something if he was still in school playing baseball, and this is his intellectual, whatever. No, he's now running in investments.He's making decisions. He's helping promote his, his portfolio companies and he's spending five hours writing and he's doing it like one a week instead of one an hour. Right. It's all very interesting. And that approach, I think, ties completely well with ConvertKit.[00:21:41] Nathan:Okay. So where does that take us on like the mission or the hook for the show? Cause we're.[00:21:48] Andrew:Okay. Here's what I would do. I would, I would just keep riffing go. My name is Nathan Barry. You probably know me from convert kit. I'm doing this podcast because I like to meet interesting people. And here's the thing I'm trying to do or I'm I I'm doing it because I'm compelled to talk to these people who I admire.And I also want to learn from them about how they create and just riff on it. Like every week, even have every interview have a different one, until you feel like, oh, that's the one that feels just right. But if we just here, I want to have this person on, because I'm trying to learn this thing. I want to have this on because secretly I'm trying to see if I can get him to be at, see if I can get Ryan holiday to actually be on convert kit.Right. Boom. Now, now we're kind of following along as you're figuring it out. And that's also[00:22:29] Nathan:Yeah.[00:22:29] Andrew:The way, is Ryan holiday going to be on here or what?[00:22:31] Nathan:On the show,[00:22:33] Andrew:Yeah.[00:22:34] Nathan:Probably we were just talking the other day. We have a shared investment in a ghost town, So we, we often talk about that,[00:22:40] Andrew:Oh yeah. I've[00:22:42] Nathan:Other thing[00:22:43] Andrew:That ghost town. Oh, that's a whole other thing I've been watching that[00:22:45] Nathan:I need to have speaking of the ghost town, I didn't have Brent Underwood on because that Is an insane story of everything going on with town, but it's just been building this massive audience.[00:22:58] Andrew:Who's doing YouTube videos from there? He[00:23:00] Nathan:Yeah. And he's now got 1.2[00:23:01] Andrew:Yeah,[00:23:02] Nathan:Subscribers on YouTube, like 2 million on[00:23:04] Andrew:I had no idea. I watched him in the early days of the pandemic go into this place by himself. Almost get trapped, driving his car to get there. Right. I go, this is fun content. And usually when you watch someone like that and good morning, America go, and I'm going to jump out of this thing.And I've never jumped before, maybe whatever. I don't know.Yo, the producer's not going to let you die. It's fine. Here you go, dude. Who's just trying to get attention for this thing. Cause he has some investors who he wants to make sure get what they want. Yeah, you could die. What the hell is you doing?What? Like I'm going to, I'm going to go down this hole and see if there's anything over you yet. Dude, you could[00:23:41] Nathan:Yeah. It's, it's pretty wild. I actually, some of the weeks that he don't, he, that he didn't post the videos. I'd like, texted him, be like, Brett, you're still alive because you know, the video was the way that we knew every Friday, like, okay, Good Brent. Still alive, everything. Everything's good. Anyway, I got to have him[00:23:58] Andrew:All right. If you do talk to, if you talk to Ryan holiday, I feel like you totally nailed his writing style, where you, you said in one of your past episodes that he can take a whole historical story, sum it up in two sentences to help clarify the moment that he's writing about. And it's like a toss away thing, right? Just toss it away and then move on and go, dude. That's a whole freaking book. In fact, just turning the whole thing into just two sentences to fit in there would take silo, bloom five hours. You put it in a book with other, like there a bunch of other sentences. So that's good. But here's what I think you should talk to him about.Or here's my, my one suggestion. He has not talked about Marketing since he created, trust me. I'm a lot. Trust me. I'm lying, which was a phenomenal book that then I feel like he distanced himself from when he became more stoic and more intellectual. Fine. He is still a great, great marketer along your style, your tasty.And in fact, he's becoming the people who I can think of that are very, ConvertKit like philosophy in their creation plus promotion. He nails it, right? Art that takes so much pain that you've mentioned, and we've all seen it. He has boxes of index cards to create these sentences that most people would just throw away, not pay attention to, but are super meaningful.And at the same time, he knows how to promote. He knows how to get his ideas out there. He knows how to sell a coin that says you're going to die in Latin, that people put in their pockets that are more than just selling a coin. It's selling this transferable viral, real life thing. Right. So anyway. And is he should be on a ConvertKit too.[00:25:29] Nathan:He is, he is[00:25:30] Andrew:Okay. Good.[00:25:31] Nathan:Half of his list started in Berkeley. The other half are in the process of switching over. So, you know,[00:25:36] Andrew:Okay. Yeah, that's the hard part, dude. I I'm with infusion soft. I can't stand them. If you understand how much I do not like them. I do I ever talk negatively about anyone. No. Bring up politics, Joe Biden, Donald Trump. I got no strong opinion about anything you talked to me about, about infusions. Ah, but the problem is it's so hard to wean yourself off of these things because once you're in a system, that's it[00:25:56] Nathan:Well we'll make it happen. W w we'll figure out a way, but the new book landing page for it, I went on there and inspected element. It's definitely a ConvertKit for them. I was pretty happy about it.[00:26:06] Andrew:Oh yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. So truthfully it was, I said, I'm not going to school around here. It would have probably been easier for me to go with, with infusion soft because then we all we'd have to do with tag people who were interested. And then I could, I don't want that. I don't want that nonsense because it comes with overhead.That becomes an obstacle to me, communicating with my audience by, by overhead. I mean, they've got historic legacy. Requirement's that mean I can't do anything right. You I'm on my iPad. I could just go in and send a message out. Or actually I haven't sent a message out. Someone else has sent a message out.Our publisher sent a message then from damn, ah, damn gravity. But I, but if someone says there's a problem, I can go in and see it.[00:26:44] Nathan:Right.[00:26:44] Andrew:And make adjustments. The whole thing just fricking works. Right?[00:26:47] Nathan:So I want to talk about the book more. Let's talk[00:26:49] Andrew:Sure.[00:26:50] Nathan:And now I have you here.[00:26:52] Andrew:Ben needs, us to talk about the book. He's the publisher.[00:26:54] Nathan:We'll get to that, then don't worry. Ben, we've got it covered. so you were giving unsolicited feedback, which by the way is my favorite kind of feedback. Okay.So as you've been listening to the show, what are some other things that maybe you recommended the book, maybe like as you set people up for interview questions, any of that advice that you would give beyond?We started with the men.[00:27:15] Andrew:I'm going to suggest that people who listen to you do pay attention to this. One thing that they should, I I'm interrupting you in a roadway now there's some good interruption that I write about in the book and I can tell you how to do it. Right. And I also have to say that there's some new Yorker that's built in, even though I've left New York a long time ago, that I, I always interrupt when we need to get into the bottom line.Okay. Here's one thing that I think people should pay attention with you. You don't just ask questions. You will, at times interject your own story, your own, take your own experience. And I find that a lot of times people either do it in a heavy handed way. It's like, look at me, I'm equal to you. I deserve to be in this conversation too.And that doesn't just happen on Mike. It happens at dinner parties or it's more like I have to be reverential. So I'm asking questions and it's me asking about them. And one of the things that I learned over the years, Getting to know someone interviewing someone, whether it's like you and I are doing in our podcasts and shows or doing it, in a, in a dinner conversation, it's not asking questions.It's not about saying here's my next thing. Here's my next question. It's overwhelming and draining to do that. You do need to say, well, here's me. You do need to sometimes just guide the person to say, now tell me how you wrote the book. Now tell me how long it takes to, to write a tweet, right? Whatever it is, you need to sometimes direct the person.And so I call the book, stop asking questions because that counter intuitive piece of knowledge is something that took me a fricking interview coach to help me accept that. It's true, but it helps. And you do it really well. And here's why you do it. Well, you interject something personal. Somehow you do it succinctly.You don't get rambling off. Maybe you edit that.No, no, because the videos are there. Yeah. It's, it's not edited. It's just you saying here's, here's my experience with this. And then when you come back and you ask something. It informs the guest about where you are and what they could contribute to that. It lets them also feel like this is a dialogue instead of them being pounded with demands of, in the forms of question.[00:29:15] Nathan:Yeah. Yeah. I think that for anyone listening and thinking about starting a podcast, it's really like, what's the kind of thing that you want to listen to. And I like it where the host is like a character in the, in the Podcast, in the episode where they're contributing content and it's not just like, oh, if I listened to Andrew on these 10 shows, I'm just going to get Andrew.Like, I want it where it's like, no, I'm getting the blend between these two people. And the unique things that come from that intersection rather than, you know, I've heard this[00:29:46] Andrew:Yes.[00:29:47] Nathan:I've heard about it.[00:29:48] Andrew:I think also it took me a long time years of, so I started doing this in 2007, give or take a year and I think. No one needs to talk about, I don't need to talk about myself. They don't care about me. They care about, you know, Paul Graham, who I'm interviewing about how he found a Y Combinator, someone.And I would get tons of emails from people saying, tell us who you are. Tell us a little bit about yourself. And I would argue with them and say, no, but I understand now on the outside, when I listen, I don't know who you are. And it feels very awkward to hear it. It feels very much like, I don't know why, where you're coming from.And so I don't know why I should listen. It's kinda, it's it's counterintuitive.[00:30:29] Nathan:Yeah. I think it just comes with comfort over time. Like, I, I don't know this for sure. If I bet if I listen back to my first podcast episodes, the ones that I did in like 2015. I have a different style because I bet I'm less comfortable or more worried about like, make sure that I shut up quickly so that the guests can talk more because people came here for the guest and then over time you just get more comfortable.[00:30:53] Andrew:So you wrote authority and I remember you, I remember buying it and I remember you bundled it with a bunch of stuff, right. And oh, by the way, it's so cool. I was listening to it on a run and I heard you mention my name in the, in the book I go, this is great and I'm running. but I remember you did interviews there.I don't remember whether the style matches up to today or what, but you did interviews in it. Right.[00:31:15] Nathan:I did.[00:31:16] Andrew:And what you had there that I think is always important to have with all, all interviews is you had a sense of like, well, the sense of mission, I knew what you were going for, because you were trying to say, here is this book that I've written on this topic.I'm want to bring these people in to bring their, their take on it. We were all kind of working together. And I feel like, when I look at my earlier interviews, I listened to them. The Mike sucks so badly. I was too ponderous. Cause I wanted to be like, IRA glass from, from NPR, from this American life.And you could hear the same rhythm, the same cadence, like I'm copying him. Like I'm his little brother trying to learn how to be like a real boy. but I had this real need. I was trying to figure out how these people were building companies that work to understand what holes I had in my understanding to see what was working for them that I didn't know before.And you could see that and it, it helps. It helped me continue. Even when I was nervous with the guest, it helped the guests know where to go. Even when I wasn't doing good job, guiding them and help the audience keep listening in, even when the audio stopped, because there's this thing that Andrew is trying to understand.And you almost feel like you're the sense of vulnerability. If it doesn't scare you away, then it makes you want to root.[00:32:40] Nathan:Yeah. And I personally love that style because I want to follow someone going on a journey and, and trying to accomplish something specific. But let's talk about the not just the book, but asking questions or in this case, stopping it, stop asking questions. What are the things that not even just specific to this job, what are the things that you listened to interview shows?And you're like, okay, here are the three things that I want to change or that I want to coach you on in the same way that I was coached on.[00:33:10] Andrew:Okay. So what I started to do is I go through my own transcripts. I mean, I had years of transcripts to see what worked and what didn't I already done that. So I said, I need to now add to it. And so I went back and looked at historical interviews, like when Barbara Walters interviewed Richard Nixon and got him so frustrated that he didn't want to ever talk to her again.Or when Oprah finally got to sit with Lance Armstrong, how did she do that? I think. You know, you know, let me pause on, on Oprah and Lance Armstrong. She got to interview him after he, he was basically caught cheating and he was about to come out and do it. Great. Get, I think the fact that she interviewed him, there's a lesson there for, for all of us who are interviewing, interviewing the top 10 interviews, I think of all time.And you go back to Wikipedia and look it up. You see art or interview podcast or interview, sorry, our news-based interviews. We as podcasters, keep thinking, how do I get enough in the can so that if I die tomorrow, there's enough interviews to last for a month or whatever, so that I can be consistent in the audience loved me.That's great. But I think we should also be open to what's going on in the world today. Let's go talk to that person today. If there's an artist who suddenly done something, we should go and ask to do an interview with them. If there's a creator, if there's someone. So for me, one of the top interviews that people still it's been years, people still come back and talk to me about is when Matt Mullenweg decided that he was gonna pull out Chris[00:34:35] Nathan:Pearson.[00:34:35] Andrew:Per Pearson.Pearson's, themes from WordPress. And I got to talk to both of them at the same time and I published it and it went all over the internet with all over the WordPress internet. So hundreds of different blog posts about it, eventually all the people in the WordPress world write a lot of blogs, but also it became news.And so we don't do enough of that.[00:34:57] Nathan:I remember that interview because I was in the WordPress community at that time. And I remember you saying like, wait, I'm in Skype and I have both of you in two different things and you pull it together and not to pull Ryan holiday into this too much, but that's where he ended up writing the book.Was it, he realized he was one of the only people who was talking to like both Peter teal and, who's the Gawker guy.Yeah. Anyway, people know, but, but being in the intersection of that, so you're saying find something that's relevant on the news[00:35:33] Andrew:Yeah. Nick Denton was the founder of Gawker. Yes. Find the things that are relevant right now. And when people are hot right now, and they know you and you have credibility in this space, they trust you more than they trust. Say the wall street journal, even right, where they don't know where's this going.I think that's, that's one thing. The other thing is I think we don't have enough of a story within interviews. If we're doing S if we're doing at Mixergy, my podcast and interview where we're telling someone's story, we want them to be somewhere where the audience is at the beginning and then to have done something or had something happen to them that sets them on their own little journey.And then we make this whole interview into this. Into this a hero's journey approach. So I think better when I have an actual company in mind, so, or a person in mind. So last week I was interviewing this guy, Rohit Rowan was a person who was working at SanDisk, had everything going right for him. His boss comes to him and says it, you're now a director, continue your work.But now more responsibilities he's elated. He goes back, home, comes back into the office. Things are good, does work. And then a couple of days later he's told, you know, we mean temporarily, right? And he goes, what do you mean? I thought I got, I got a promotion. No, this is temporary. While our director's out you're director of this department.And then you go back, he says, the very next day, he couldn't go back into the office. He sat in his car, just, he couldn't do it anymore. And so he decided at that point, he'd heard enough about entrepreneurship heard enough ideas. He had to go off on and do it himself. And so we did. And then through the successes and failures, we now have a story about someone who's doing something that we can relate to, that we aspire to be more.[00:37:13] Nathan:So, how do you, you, your researchers, how do you find that moment before you have someone on? Because so many people will be like, yes, let me tell you about my business today. And oh, you want to know about that? How'd, you know, you know, like, as you,[00:37:27] Andrew:Yeah,[00:37:28] Nathan:That hook in that moment? That actually is a catalyst in their own dream.[00:37:33] Andrew:It's tough. It's it takes hours of talking to the guest of, of looking online of hunting for that moment. And it takes a lot of acceptance when it doesn't happen. One of my interview coaches said, Andrew, be careful of not looking for the Batman moment. And I said, what do you mean? He goes, you're always looking for the one moment that changed everything in people's lives.Like when Batman's parents got shot. And from there, he went from being a regular boy to being a superhero. Who's going to cry, fight crime everywhere. His life doesn't really work that way. There aren't these one moments, usually the change, everything. So I try not to. Put too much pressure on any one moment, but there are these little moments that indicate a bigger thing that happened to us.And I look for those and I allow people to tell that without having it be the one and only thing that happened. So if Pharaoh, it, it wasn't that moment. It could've just been, you know what, every day I go into the office and things are boring. And I think I have to stop. What I look for is give me an example of a boring.Now he can tell me about a day, a day, where he's sitting at his desk and all he's doing is looking at his watch, looking at his watch and he has to take his watch, put it in his drawer so that he doesn't get too distracted by looking at his watch all day. Cause he hates it. Now was that the one moment that changed everything?It was one of many moments. It might've happened a year before he quit, but it's an indication. So when we're telling stories, we don't have to shove too much pressure into one moment, but I do think it helps to find that one moment that encapsulates their, why, why did they go on this journey? Why does someone who's in SanDisk decide he's going to be an entrepreneur?Why did someone who was a baseball player decide that he had to go and write a blog post? Why is it? What's the thing that then sends them off on this journey? It helps. And I would even say, if you can get that moment, it just helps to get the thing that they were doing before that we can relate to. So what's the thing that they did before.So anyway, we have two different types of interviews. One is the story-based interview where we tell a story of how someone achieved something great. And so that hero's journey is and approach. The other one is someone just wants to teach them. All you want to do is just pound into them for an hour. Give me another tip another tip another tip of how to do this.Like pound, pound, pound, pound pound. If you want the audience to listen. I think for there, it helps to have what I call the cult hook because I said, how do I, how do cults get people to listen to, to these people who are clearly whack jobs sometimes. And so studying one called I saw that what they did was they'd have a person up on stage who talked about how, you know, I used to really be a Boozer.If you came into my house, you would see that there'd be these empty six packs. I was so proud of leaving the empty six packs everywhere to show myself how much alcohol I can drink. My wife left me. And when she left me, she just told me that I hadn't amounted to anything in my life. And I was going nowhere.And I just said, get I here. Instead of appreciating that this was just like terrible. And I ran out of toilet paper and don't even get me started with what, what I did for that. And so you see someone who's worry worse off than you are on this path of life. And then something has. They discover whoever it is.That's the cult leader. And they say, now I've got this real estate firm I encouraged by, oh, by the way, all of you to come over and take a look at that at this, I couldn't believe it. My whole life. I wanted to buy a Tesla. I now have the Tesla S it's amazing. It's just so great. And I did it all because I changed the way I thought once I came in and I found this one book and the book told me, I mean, anyways, so what we try to do is we say, if you're going to have somebody come on to teach how they became a better blogger, let's not have them start over elevated where everything they do is so great that we can't relate, have them start off either relatable or worse.I couldn't write here's my grammar, mistakes. My teacher told. Right. And now what's the thing that they did. They pick them from where they were to where they are today. it's this real set of realizations. Now I want to go into that.Let's pound into them and see how many of those tips we can get. Let's learn that I want to go from where he was to where he is.[00:41:28] Nathan:Yeah, I liked that a lot. Cause my inclination would be like, okay, we're we're doing the, educational, tactical conversation. I'm going to facilitate it. Let's dive right in and let's get to the actionable stuff right away. So I like what you're saying of like, no, no, no. We need to, even though this is going to be 90% packed, full of actionable material, we need to dive in and set the stage first with the story and making it relatable.And I like it.[00:41:55] Andrew:Yeah,[00:41:55] Nathan:Oh, yeah. I was just, just in my own head for a second. Cause I say, ah, that makes sense a lot, so much so that I've had three different guests or listeners email me and say like, just don't say that makes sense as much would, now that I'm saying it on the show, I'll probably get more emails every time that I say it.Cause that's like my processing, like, oh, oh, that makes sense. As I'm thinking of the next question and all that, so[00:42:22] Andrew:I do something like that too. For me. It's IC,[00:42:25] Nathan:Everyone has to have something.[00:42:26] Andrew:I can't get rid of that and yeah.[00:42:28] Nathan:So what systems have you put in place on the research side so that you're getting this, are you doing pre-interviews forever? Yes. Are you having your[00:42:38] Andrew:Almost every single one, some of the best people in some of the best entrepreneurs on the planet, I'm surprised that they will spend an hour or do a pre-interview. And sometimes I'm too sheepish to say, I need an hour of your time and I need you to do a pre-interview. So instead of saying, I need you to do a pre-interview.I say, here's why people have done it. And I've paid for somebody to help make my guests better storytellers of their own stories. And truthfully people will go through that. Pre-interview even if they don't want to do an interview, they just need to get better at telling their story for their teams, their employees, their everyone.Right. and so I say that, and then they will take me up on the pre-interview and say, yes, I do want to do the pre-interview. and so what I try to do is I try to outline the story. Ahead of time in a set of questions. And then what we do is we scramble them up a little bit based on what we think people will tell us first and what will make them feel a little more comfortable.And then throughout the interview, I'll adjust it. So for example, no, one's going to care about the guest unless they have a challenge. No guest wants to come on and say, I'm going to tell you about what's what I really suck at or where I've really been challenged. If they do, they're going to give you a fake made up thing that they've told a million times to make themselves seem humble.So we don't ask that in the beginning. We don't even ask it in the middle. We save it till the very end. Now they've gotten some time with us. They've gotten some rapport, they trust us. Then we go into tell me about the challenges, what hasn't worked out for you. And we really let them know why tell people the higher purpose you want the audience to relate.You want them to believe you. You want them to see themselves in you, and to learn from you. We need. They tell us, and then I have it in my notes as the last section, but I use it throughout the interview. I sprinkle it. So the goal is to get the pieces that we want and in whatever order makes the most sense and then reshape it for the interview Day.[00:44:33] Nathan:So on the interview itself, you would, you would flip that and you know, okay, this is what I want to start with and, and dive in right[00:44:41] Andrew:Yup. Yup.[00:44:43] Nathan:Lose. They already told you about that. And so now, you[00:44:46] Andrew:Right,[00:44:46] Nathan:In and start with.[00:44:47] Andrew:Right. That helps. Now, if there's something I want to ask someone about that they're not comfortable with. One thing that I do is I, I tip them off. So Jason Calacanis invited me to go do, interviews with, with investors at one of his conferences. It was just a bunch of, investors. And I looked at this one guy, Jonathan tryst, and he looked really great.But he, what am I supposed to do? Ask him about what startups should do to run their businesses. He's never run a startup. His, he hadn't at that time had a successful exit. As far as I knew, like mega successful exit. He's just a really nice guy. You can tell he was going places, but that's it. And the money that he was investing came from his parents.So what is this rich parents giving their kids some money. Now he's going to tell everyone in the VC, in the startup and VC audience, how to live their lives. So I said, I'm either not going to address it, which I think most people are, or I have to find a way to address it where I'm not going to piss them off and have them just clam up on me and then go to Jason and go.This guy just is a terrible interviewer, which is not true. So what I decided to do was tip him off. I said, look, Jonathan, before we do this, before we start talking to the audience, I have to tell you, I saw it, that you don't have much of a track record as an investor. Your money came from your parents and you're not like a tech startup, like people here.If we don't talk about it, people who know it are going to think, oh, this guy, Jonathan, look, who's trying to pass him soft self off. I don't have to force it in here, but if you allow me to, I'd like to bring it up and let's talk about, and it goes, yeah, absolutely. If it's out there, I want to make sure that we address it and sure enough, we talked about it and he had a great answer.He said, no, this came from my parents. It's not my own money. I don't have as much experience as other people, but I took my parents' money. I invested it, fat parents and family and so on. We've had a good track record with it. And now have raised the second Fallon fund from outsiders who saw what I was able to do with the first one.And by the way, I may not have this mega exit as a startup investor, as a startup entrepreneur. But I did have this company that did okay. Not great. Here's what it did Here's what I learned And that's all informing me. And that's where I come from now. You've got someone talking about the, the, the thing that matters without pissing them off so much that they don't say anything else.And you feel like you feel superior as an interviewer. I got them. But in reality, you got nothing[00:46:57] Nathan:Right.[00:46:57] Andrew:Cares.[00:46:58] Nathan:I think that's a really hard line of talking about the things that are difficult and like the actual, maybe things that someone did wrong or lessons that they learned without just like barely dipping into it for a second. And I liked the format of tipping them off in like full transparency.So on this show, I had someone on who I really, really respect his name's Dickie Bush. He's one of the earlier episodes in this series and in it, he, okay. Yeah. So in that interview, one thing that I knew is that his, the first version of his course plagiarized text from another friend, Sean McCabe, actually Shaun's company edits is Podcast and all that.And I've known both of them for, for quite a while. I've known Sean for like, I dunno, six, seven years or something. And I was like, struggling with how to bring that up. And I wanted from the like founder, transparent journey, that sort of thing I wanted it brought up because I, I actually like, I'm happy to talk about like some pretty major things that I've screwed up and what I've learned from it.And I just think it makes a better conversation. And then from the interview side, I don't feel good, like doing an interview and not touching on that, but I didn't tip Dickey off to it. And I, that was one of the things that I've regretted that he gave a great answer. He talked about the lessons that he learned from it.It was really, really good, but I felt bad that I didn't set him up for the most success in like in setting up. And part of that, part of it is because even at the start of the interview, I was still wrestling with now, I'm not going to bring that up that, ah, maybe I should, it wouldn't be an authentic interview if I didn't like wrestling with that, I hadn't figured out my own, like made my own decision until we were in the middle of it.And so I didn't, I didn't set anybody up for success. And so it's an interesting line.[00:48:52] Andrew:It happens. And it seems like I'm now in the point of your transcript, where you, where you ask him, it's a 31 minutes into the interview. I think his response is great. He came in and he took responsibility for it. He says, yeah, that, that, that was a dramatic mistake, or a drastic mistake on my side and caught up in it.He wasn't the most articulate here and he'd repeated words. Like I, I, a couple of times, so I could see that he probably was uncomfortable with it. but I think his answer was great. I think, I believe that we all are broadcasting out, whether we know it or not, our intentions and where we're coming from, as some people are really good at faking it.And so I'm not going to talk about the outliers and some people are so uncomfortable that they're messing up the transmission, but for the most part almost. broadcasting our intentions. If you walk into that, Nathan, with the, I got to get him because he, he got one of my friends and I need him to finally get his comeuppance.He's going to pick up on that. And truthfully, it's such a small thing for a person like you who's, who's already a likable person. You have a lot to offer people, right? As far as like promotion and everything else, it will be forgiven, but it'll be picked up on, it's also something that people could pick up on, which is Nathan really want to know this thing.It's been bothering him for a while. And if you could, just, before you asked the question, say, where am I coming from with this? And know that the audience will mostly pick up on it. And obviously people are gonna like read in whatever they feel like, but trust that the vast majority of us understand, I think it'll work[00:50:21] Nathan:Yeah,[00:50:22] Andrew:You don't have to even tip. You don't have to tip off, but it does help. It, it definitely helps.[00:50:26] Nathan:It's interesting. I was watching an interview with, Jordan Peterson who wrote 12 rules for life. He's like a very controversial figure. And I was just often these controversies pass by, on Twitter and other places. And I realized like, oh, I don't understand them. And rather than jumping on one side or the other, at least try to like dive in a little bit and understand it.So watching this interview, and I can't remember, I think it was some major Canadian TV show or something, and that you would tell the interview was just trying to nail him it every possible chance, like whatever he said, just like dive in. And, so I think you're right, that you see the intention, like in that case, you would see the, the interview, his intention was specifically to try to trip him up in his words.And then in other cases where it's like, This is something that, you know, if you take the other approach, this is something that's been bothering me, or I want to talk about it. Like I genuinely want, you know, to ask or learn from this. It's a very different thing.[00:51:20] Andrew:I think people pick up on it. I remember you, you mentioned Seth Godin. I remember interviewing him when he wrote the book tribes back before people had online communities. And I didn't just say, okay. All our heroes, all the best entrepreneurs just run their businesses. Then don't run a tribe. I brought out books.I said, here's a book about Warren buffet. Here's the book by Sam Walton. The Walmart here's a book by Ted Turner became a multi-billionaire to creating all these, these media empires didn't have communities. They don't have tribes. And now you're telling me that in addition to my job, I also have to go and build out a tribe.It feels like, you know, an extra job. That just seems right for the social first. This just sounds right on social media and you could actually see. He's watching me as I'm saying it, and he's smiling, he's watching it because he's trying to read me, is this like what I get wrapped up? Is this going to be some kind of thing where some guy's going to try to be in the next Gawker media?Or is, is this a safe place? We're all doing that constantly. And then he also saw, okay, this is someone who really wants to understand this. And he's challenging me. I like a challenge. And you could see him smile with like, this is what I'm here for. And so I think when you come at it from a good point of view, people can see it and then you can go there and you can go there and you can go there and it will be shocking to you and them and the audience, how far you go. But when you're coming from that genuine place, they get, they get it.They want it.[00:52:44] Nathan:Yeah, that's good.I want to talk about longevity in like the online world. I think that so many people that I started following in say 2007, 2008, nine, and then I didn't start creating myself until 2011. most of them aren't around anymore. Like a lot of the big blogs, Yeah, just so many that I can think of.They're not around anymore. They're not doing this. You're at a point where like you started messaging in some form in what? 20, sorry, 2004 to somewhere in there and then interviews.[00:53:17] Andrew:Yeah, I keep saying 16. It's like, yeah. 2004 is when I started the interview started 2007 ish somewhere there. Give or take a year. yeah, long. I, I will say that there are parts of my work that I am burned out on right now. This year has been that, but I'm not on the interview. And the reason I'm not is because I do enjoy conversations.I hated them for a long time in my life because I just didn't know how to have them, how to have it make sense. I also didn't give myself permission to take the conversation where I wanted it to go. And it helps now to say, I can talk to anyone about anything. That's an opportunity that, that feels fun because I know how to do it.It's an opportunity to, it feels like, like, you know how everyone's so happy. You can go to YouTube and you could get the answer to anything. Well, I could go to anybody and I could get the answer to anything and talk about how they didn't have a customized to me, YouTube, not customized thing to me, I'm watching Gotham chess on YouTube.He's teaching me how to play chess, but he will not customize to the fact that every time I get into a car con defense, all the pieces like bunched over to my side. But if he and I did an interview, or if I do an interview with an tomorrow's entrepreneur, it's going to be about, here's the thing I'm trying to deal with.How did you get past that? Talk to me about what you're up to there.[00:54:31] Nathan:Yeah, that's definitely energizing. Okay. But what are the things that you're burnt out on? Because I think a lot of people are seeing that burnout. And so I guess first, what are you burned out on? And then second, we can go from there into like, what are you changing and how are you managing.[00:54:46] Andrew:I'm burned out on parts of the business behind, behind Mixergy I'm burned out on. I was aspiring to like unbelievable greatness with the, with the course part of it, with the courses, it didn't get there and I'm tired of trying to make it into this thing. That's going to be super big. I'm tired of that.[00:55:10] Nathan:His greatness there, like linda.com? Like what, what was that?[00:55:15] Andrew:Yeah, yeah, yeah. Yes. Yeah. She was one of my first interviewees and, and so yeah, I saw the model there and I am frustrated that I didn't get to that and I, I don't have a beat myself up type a perso

My Point Of View
Getting excited about dressing up in the morning with Mary Ralph & Kennedy from Daily Drills

My Point Of View

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 46:43


Today I'm joined by Mary Ralph Lawson and Kennedy Crichlow, the founders of Daily Drills. Daily Drills is the new lifestyle destination for transitional pieces that effortlessly move you through every moment in style. In 2020, amidst a global pandemic, best friends and entrepreneurial spirits Kennedy and Mary Ralph, spotted a niche space in the ever-growing leisure industry. It was obvious to the duo that shoppers were getting more selective with their purchasing decisions and apparel with only one use-case no longer held appeal for savvy, sustainability-driven consumers who needed their closets to work harder. Their Daily Drills logo, which sits fiercely on their signature pieces, has been the symbol of their mission: simplifying getting dressed and blurring the lines between workout-wear, lounge-wear, business-wear, and everything in between. What started in Mary Ralph's apartment has now evolved into a fashion label that has never had to pay influencers to promote, organically got featured in US Weekly, hit 1M in sales within their first year, and now has an HQ and team out of Los Angeles. We talked about: - How did they meet and what were they doing pre Daily Drills. - What is Daily Drills and how did the idea for Daily Drills started and what were the tangible first steps - What were some of the challenges of it, and what were some of the most enjoyable things about having your own brand? - How to be best friends and business partners - When did you realize you could actually go full time on Daily Drills? And how does a typical day look like while working on Daily Drills? - How to get sales in a space that seems saturated with activewear brands? - How to create a company culture infused with the positivity that translates into your community Hope you enjoy! Daily Drills: https://shopdailydrills.com/ Daily Drills IG: https://www.instagram.com/dailydrills/ Mary Ralph's IG: https://www.instagram.com/maryralph/ Kennedy's IG: https://www.instagram.com/kennedycrichlow/ My Point Of View on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mypointofview.podcast/ Music: Lukrembo https://soundcloud.com/lukrembo/

Let's Keep It Real
Overcoming Fear When You Have Something Worthy to Say

Let's Keep It Real

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 52:26


Sinéad Andrews has spent over 25 years working in international emergencies and development work. At the age of 22, she was working in a refugee camp set up on the Rwandan-Tanzanian border after the genocide that took place in Rwanda killing 800,000 people. Her next overseas position was in Calcutta working with street children for an Irish NGO funding local Indian NGO's. Since then, Sinéad has worked with the United Nations, mostly UNICEF, jumping from HQ and field positions in Dublin, New York, Lebanon, Kenya, Sri Lanka, Papua New Guinea with short missions in Sierra Leone, Kosovo and Nigeria.    She previously interned for Senator Ted Kennedy in DC during the Clinton/Gore campaign election in 1992.

ChinesePod - Intermediate
Upper-intermediate | Shaolin Temple

ChinesePod - Intermediate

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 17:48


While many don't know this (due to the fact that it's not true), all ChinesePod employees are required to attend a 6-month intensive course at the famous kung fu HQ, Shaolin Temple. So a Mandarin Chinese lesson on it is like the wind through the reeds (insert David Carradine intro music here)…Listen to this podcast to learn all about this ancient Chinese art form and where it comes from. Episode link: https://www.chinesepod.com/0355

Pat and JT Podcast
#433 - Pat And JT ALIVE

Pat and JT Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 20:11


Our Friday Facebook and YouTube LIVE wasn't really live, but we had a good reason. Pat was still in LA with The Hollywood Raw Podcast. We still got it done though. JT was back at HQ and Pat was in the secret back room at Dax Holt's Trophy Smack. Get our email newsletter! --> HERE You can rep our show! Buy some Pat and JT Podcast swag HERE! Subscribe, rate, and review our podcast wherever you get your podcasts so you don't miss an episode! Also follow up on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram A Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a digital media and commercial video production company based in Omaha, NE. Find more podcasts on the Hurrdat Media Network and learn more about our other services today on HurrdatMedia.com.

The Podfathers
Podfathers Season 4 Episode 42: The Birth Of Barstool Highchair Featuring Kate

The Podfathers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 73:30


Clem and Large open up the show recapping their Halloweens, blast people that don't give out candy, and #embracedebate when Christmas Music SZN begins. Kate joins the show from HQ to update everyone on her motherhood jounrey and introduce her new #brand Barstool Highchair. Support the show by supporting our sponsors! Bearbottom Clothing: Visit bearbottomclothing.com/PODFATHERS to get 10% off your first order for clothing that has premium style and comfort and for a limited time, Bearbottom is giving you an incredibly soft Tech Tee or Natural Dye Tee for FREE when you spend $150. Black Rifle Coffee: Go to BlackRifleCoffee.com/FATHER and use code FATHER today and get the freshest coffee in America shipped to you! Shady Rays: Go to ShadyRays.com and use promo code PODFATHERS for 50% off 2 or more pairs of sunglasses with the best warranty in the game. You can get two pairs for $48.

Breaking Beauty Podcast
“The Great Reset” With Dermalogica Founder Jane Wurwand, LIVE from Los Angeles! Extended Cut

Breaking Beauty Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 56:53


Today we're welcoming Jane Wurwand, co-founder of Dermalogica, the skincare brand Jill can't stop raving about! Recording straight from their HQ in Carson, California, we meet the legend who managed to take an indie skincare spa brand and turn it into a multi-million-dollar success story, passing the torch of self-actualization to hundreds of female entrepreneurs with their education-first approach in the process. In this do-not-miss episode, Jane gives us a sneak peek into her newly launched book, Skin In The Game: Everything You Need is Already Inside You.    For anyone looking for a post-pandemic reset, Jane schools us on how to tap into your own purpose, sharing the lessons she's learned through intimate, say-what?? stories. Find out how her father's early passing ignited a fire in Jane as a 5-year-old girl growing up in Scotland, and how a trip to Japan inspired Dermalogica's iconic Daily Microfoliant exfoliating powder – now celebrating its 20th anniversary. Plus, find out what Jane has to say about “Clean Washing,” the one thing that still needs to change in the industry, and why to her, “Beauty” is a dirty word.   *Special thanks to Dermalogica for providing travel and accommodations to Breaking Beauty for this story.   PROMO CODES: When you support our sponsors, you support the making of Breaking Beauty Podcast! Talkspace   Match with a licensed therapist when you go to talkspace.com and get $100 off your first month with the promo code BEAUTY.   Nutrafol   Grow thicker, healthier hair by going to Nutrafol.com and entering promo code BREAKING to get $15 off your first month's subscription. Plus, free shipping on every order. Available to US customers for a limited time.  Cetaphil   As part of Cetaphil's ongoing commitment to science-backed skincare, five of their most beloved products, including the Gentle Skin Cleanser, have been newly formulated to better meet the needs of even the most sensitive skin. Visit www.cetaphil.com for more information, or check them out on Instagram and Facebook.   Get social with us and let us know what you think of the episode! Find us on Instagram, Twitter. Join our private Facebook group

, or give us a call and leave us a voicemail at 1-844-227-0302.    For any products or links mentioned in this episode, check out our blog: www.breakingbeautypodcast.com/blog   *Disclaimer: Unless otherwise stated, all products reviewed are gratis media samples submitted for editorial consideration.*   Hosts: Carlene Higgins and Jill Dunn Theme song, used with permission: Cherry Bomb by Saya
 Produced by Dear Media Studio  

Open the Pod Bay Doors
OTPBD News Special - 2nd November 2021

Open the Pod Bay Doors

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 58:20


Welcome to another edition of the OTPBD News Special, our series which analyses the news that matters for Australian and Kiwi startups. This week, we're focusing on news stories centred around climate tech and renewable energy.Meet this week's panel…Mick Liubinskas, Climate SaladAli Cluines-Ross, ArtesianTopics we discuss: Australia's goal of net zero emissions by 2050, The 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, Grok Ventures becoming Australia's first $1b VC fund to invest in climate tech, Loam Bio raising a $40m Series A with backing from Marc Benioff (TIME Ventures) and Mike Cannon-Brookes (Grok Ventures), Australian energy company Woodside partnering with US-based solar startup Heliogen, Square Peg backing waste reduction startup Zero Co in $6m raise, Bitcoin mining coming to Byron Bay with a data centre powered by renewable energy, and Atlassan's new 40-storey HQ which will operate on renewable energy.Additional information can be found below:https://www.climatesalad.com/https://events.humanitix.com/climate-salad-showcase-2021https://www.globalclimatelandscape.org/

The Logistics of Logistics Podcast
Disruptive Tech in The Supply Chain with Charley Dehoney

The Logistics of Logistics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 33:29


Disruptive Tech In The Supply Chain with Charley Dehoney Charley Dehoney and Joe Lynch discuss disruptive tech in the supply chain. Charley is the Vice President of ZEBOX AMERICA, an international incubator and accelerator of innovative startups focused on two sectoral areas: transport, mobilities, logistics and industry. About Charley Dehoney Charley Dehoney is the Vice-President of ZEBOX AMERICA, an international incubator & accelerator for innovative startups, focuses on two sectoral areas: transport, mobilities, logistics on the one hand & Industry 4.0 on the other hand.​ Following his studies at San Jose State University, in the heart of Silicon Valley, Charley naturally started his career in 2003 in the field of supply chain and logistic technologies, working in the sales teams of companies such as Fusion Logistics, Cargomatic and ShipHawk. ​ Then, he acquired and managed Manning's Truck Brokerage, a 50-year-old, private equity-backed logistics company, which he successfully digitalized and sold in 2020 to FitzMark.​ After, he was the CEO of Freight Mango, a Global Digital Freight Marketplace focused on streamlining and automating global trade.​ Since August 2021, he has built and lead ZEBOX AMERICA, based in Arlington, Virginia. As a seasoned entrepreneur, investor and executive in logistics technology, Charley's mission is to connect the most innovative startups to corporate partners through ZEBOX.​ Being a lifelong athlete, Charley is passionate about coaching. Over the years, Charley also followed an entrepreneurial path and has been a dedicated mentor, coach and angel investor for many entrepreneurs in the field of logistic innovation. ​ About ZEBOX ZEBOX is the international incubator and accelerator of innovative startups founded on the initiative of Rodolphe Saadé, CEO of CMA CGM and led by Matthieu Somekh, an expert on entrepreneurship and innovation. ZEBOX focuses on two sectoral areas: transport, mobilities, logistics and industry X.0 with at the heart of each project, advanced technologies like AI, blockchain, IoT, robotics, cybersecurity and virtual or augmented reality. ZEBOX is zeplace to be for innovative projects related to new techs enablers. ZEBOX offers startups two tailor-made support programs, adapted according to the progress of their project. Thanks to its international network of corporate partners (CMA CGM, Accenture, BNP Paribas, EY, Centrimex, CEVA) and opening to the world, ZEBOX offers an outstanding framework to build future interactions between startups, corporates, academics and investors. Key Takeaways: Disruptive Tech In The Supply Chain Technology is having a huge impact on the logistics and supply chain. Most technology projects deliver incremental improvement, while others are disruptive (in a good way) and change the way we do business. Increasingly, technology leaders are transforming businesses and industries by providing a superior customer experience. In the podcast interview, Charley Dehoney, Vice President of ZEBOX, an international incubator and accelerator, explains how ZEBOX is helping innovative startups launch and scale. ZEBOX offers startups with technological innovation in the sectors of transport, logistics and mobility two support programs: an incubation program and an acceleration program. The transport and logistics sectors are facing major transformation challenges where innovation plays a key role. More digitalization, more automation, more transparency, more traceability, and more sustainable development are all examples where startups can bring real added value and disrupt a market that has long been dominated by a few giants. The 3 main selection criteria to join ZEBOX are the sector of activity, the technology and the stage of maturity of the startup. The founding team which play a leading role in the success of a startup is of course added to this. ZEBOX was founded two years ago in Marseilles (France), by Rodolphe Saadé, Chairman and CEO of CMA CGM Group, alongside other noted leaders in the field such as GTT, CEVA Logistics, CIMC, BNP Paribas, Centrimex and INFOSYS. CMA CGM will invest a projected $36 million to expand operations in Hampton Roads Virginia, reinforce its headquarters in Norfolk, Virginia, and establish the American hub of ZEBOX in Arlington County, a startup incubator and accelerator. CMA CGM and ZEBOX will be in good company as Amazon's second HQ will be located in the same complex. Learn More About Disruptive Tech In The Supply Chain Charley Dehoney LinkedIn ZEBOX ZEBOX LinkedIn Top Trends in Supply Chain Tech with Charley Dehoney How Will You Compete with Amazon with Charley Dehoney The Logistics of Logistics Podcast If you enjoy the podcast, please leave a positive review, subscribe, and share it with your friends and colleagues. The Logistics of Logistics Podcast: Google, Apple, Castbox, Spotify, Stitcher, PlayerFM, Tunein, Podbean, Owltail, Libsyn, Overcast Check out The Logistics of Logistics on Youtube

Inside Geocaching HQ Podcast
Episode 51: GIFF 2021

Inside Geocaching HQ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 17:53


After a brief intermission due to the pandemic, the Geocaching International Film Festival returns November 11-21, 2021. HQ’s GIFF guru, Ari, is here to discuss what make makes the festival so fantastic. You can listen to the episode via this page, or on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, or Stitcher. If you use an aggregator to subscribe to...

IT Career Energizer
316: Standing Out Is Crucial and Be Remembered For The Right Reasons with Leila Singh

IT Career Energizer

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 34:34


In this week's show, Phil talks to Leila Singh, a tech industry career coach who works with high-achieving career professionals who may be feeling stuck, frustrated and undervalued. She has a passion for bringing out the best in others which she does through the mi-brand academy. She is also a TEDx & Keynote Speaker, an Author and host of the mi-brand HQ podcast. Leila talks about why hard work is only part of the reason you'll advance in your IT career. She also discusses why you need to be remembered for the right reasons to the people who matter.   KEY TAKEAWAYS:   TOP CAREER TIP Hard work alone is not enough to succeed in your career. You also need to make yourself know, and to stand out in order to advance.   WORST CAREER MOMENT Upon joining a new organization, Leila quickly began to realise that the culture was not compatible with her own values. It also taught her the value of standing out for the right reasons.   CAREER HIGHLIGHT Leila counts her entire career trajectory as her career highlight, which was diverse and colourful at the outset. Hard work and dedication has seen her identify the path she always desired, and she has made fruitful leaps and bounds ever since.   THE FUTURE OF CAREERS IN I.T The industry is exciting dynamic, and filled with opportunities for all kinds of people with all kinds of skill sets. The playing field is level and open, and all are welcome.   THE REVEAL What first attracted you to a career in I.T.? – What's the best career advice you received? – To make yourself known What's the worst career advice you received? – That one cannot move on without experience. What would you do if you started your career now? – Leila would travel a very similar journey to the one she has behind her already. What are your current career objectives? – Growing the coaching practice and increasing reputation in the industry. What's your number one non-technical skill? – Communication and relationship building. How do you keep your own career energized? – Something that challenges and which aids in self-development. What do you do away from technology? – Leila's guilty pleasure is Tony Hadley and 80s music, as well as self-development and time with friends and family.   FINAL CAREER TIP If you're looking to further your career, you must be remembered for the right reasons to the people who matter, and who can make that ascension happen for you.   BEST MOMENTS  (3:15) – Leila - “Tech is a very dynamic and exciting industry to be in, and it's vastly growing” (4:42) – Leila - “it's about selling yourself, , and understanding how you can do that will enable you to propel yourself through your career” (6:15) – Leila – “You need to make yourself known, and stand out to make an impact” (24:41) – Leila – “There's always transferrable skills and experience that you gain from everything that you do”   ABOUT THE HOST – PHIL BURGESS  Phil Burgess is an independent IT consultant who has spent the last 20 years helping organizations to design, develop, and implement software solutions.  Phil has always had an interest in helping others to develop and advance their careers.  And in 2017 Phil started the I.T. Career Energizer podcast to try to help as many people as possible to learn from the career advice and experiences of those that have been, and still are, on that same career journey.   CONTACT THE HOST – PHIL BURGESS Phil can be contacted through the following Social Media platforms: Twitter: https://twitter.com/_PhilBurgess LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/philburgess Instagram: https://instagram.com/_philburgess Website: https://itcareerenergizer.com/contact Phil is also reachable by email at phil@itcareerenergizer.com and via the podcast's website, https://itcareerenergizer.com Join the I.T. Career Energizer Community on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/ITCareerEnergizer   ABOUT THE GUEST – LEILA SINGH Leila Singh is a tech industry career coach who works with high-achieving career professionals who may be feeling stuck, frustrated and undervalued. She has a passion for bringing out the best in others which she does through the mi-brand academy. She is also a TEDx & Keynote Speaker, an Author and host of the mi-brand HQ podcast.   CONTACT THE GUEST – LEILA SINGH Leila Singh can be contacted through the following Social Media platforms: Twitter: https://twitter.com/leila_singh001 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/leila-singh Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PersonalBrandingwithLeila Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/leila_singh001/ Website: http://www.mi-brand.com/ Resource: www.leilasingh.com/go/playbook

Market Hunt
Spotlight on Aquaculture

Market Hunt

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 53:19


The aquaculture industry has evolved tremendously over the last 40 years. Today, Aquaculture is supplying over 50 % of the world demand for seafood. That's up from less than 5 % 30 just years ago. Interview with University of Guelph Professor Rich Moccia to discover the innovations taking place in this burgeoning industry, as well as an introduction to the world's first genetically modified protein approved for human consumption.Check out the Ie-Knowledge Hub Video Case Studies on the International Entrepreneurship Knowledge Hub.Questions or feedback on our episode? Get in touch with show host Thierry Harris: thierry.harris@cartouchemedia.com Episode Research Questions:What are Food economics and how do they impact the commercialization of Aquaculture companies?How does labeling of new products impact Aquaculture companies?What supply chain management issues could impact the Aquaculture ecosystem? Describe the regulatory impact on Aquaculture companies?Write to us at solutions@ie-knowledgehub.ca and we'll post some of your answers on our website page.Guest bio:  Rich MocciaFascinated by the aquatic environment since before his birth, Professor Moccia's career path has always involved ‘water' in some way. Although Rich has focused much of his research and teaching activities in disciplines relevant to the science and practice of aquatic food production, his research also spans studies related to ecosystem impacts and animal welfare. Professor Moccia has held both faculty and senior executive cross-appointments at the University of Guelph, where he has been employed since 1987. Recently completing his term as the Associate Vice-President, Research for the Strategic Partnerships portfolio, he oversaw a number of partnership files, including the OMAFRA-UG Agreement. Professor Moccia's responsibilities to the provincial agrifood partnership included managing research programming, contract administration and infrastructure of 14 provincial research facilities and one regional campuses, as well as oversight of the Laboratory Services Division, encompassing both the Agriculture and Food Lab and the Provincial Animal Health Laboratory. He was also responsible for the Catalyst Centre (ie. research business development office) and the Central Animal Facility.As a professor in the Department of Animal Biosciences, Rich engages in teaching, research and graduate training, and has always had a strong commitment to industry-relevant research, education and extension service.  Rich enjoys exploring the interconnectivity of many varied disciplines in the search for solutions to relevant issues affecting our world.Prior to joining the university, Professor Moccia was self-employed in the private sector, having established 2 SME start-ups specializing in ag-based technologies in the aquatic food production industry.  Rich has been a founding member of several provincial and federal industry associations and advocacy groups, has sat on the Boards of Directors of several agri-based private companies, and has been an invited participant in numerous policy and regulatory reform committees helping to guide smart legislation for Canada.Career Snapshot2007-2016.  Associate Vice-President, Research (Strategic Partnerships), University of Guelph1990-present  Director, Aquaculture Centre, Department of Animal Biosciences1987-present.  Professor, Aquatic and fisheries science, University of Guelph1981-1990.  President and self-employed in 2 small, start-up companies.1978-1981.  Professional Associate, Department of Pathology, Ontario Veterinary College, UGAquaculture CentreProfessor Moccia established the Aquaculture Centre in 1988 and has been its Director ever since.  The Aquaculture Centre has been dedicated to integrating research and extension programs to contribute to the economic and environmental sustainability of the aquaculture sector.  Awards and HonoursLifetime Achievement Award, Aquaculture Association of Canada (2018)National Research Award of Excellence, Aquaculture Association of Canada. (2007)Distinguished Professorial Teaching Award, University of Guelph Faculty Association. (2002)Distinguished Extension Service Award, University of Guelph, OAC Alumni Association. (2004)Dr. Bill Winegard Community Volunteer Award, Volunteer Centre of Guelph-Wellington-Dufferin (2015)Gabrielle Hubert Volunteer Award, UG United Way Campaign (2019)‘Employees Making a Difference' Award for UG – United Way (2015)John Appleton Volunteer Award-Peninsula Bruce Trail ClubInductee. Guelph Sports Hall of Fame-Baseball (2018)Industry Boards and Community Associations (Current only)Canadian Aquaculture Industry Alliance (CAIA)-Executive memberCanadian Association of Underwater Science (CAUS)-Executive memberNational Farm Animal Care Council (NFACC)-Board of DirectorsOilseed Innovation Partners (Formerly Soy 20/20)United Way Leadership Committee of Guelph-WellingtonBig Brothers, Big Sisters Guelph-Wellington (Vice President)Ontario Marine Heritage CommitteePeninsula Bruce Trail Club Canadian Aquaculture industry overview (source: Aquaculture.ca)ECONOMIC IMPACTThe sector generates:$5.4 Billion in economic activity in Canada$2.2 Billion in GDPPRODUCTIONAquaculture Production Volume: 191,416 tonnesAquaculture Production Value: $1.39 billionAquaculture accounts for 16% of Canada's total seafood productionAquaculture accounts for over 33% of Canada's total seafood valueEMPLOYMENTAquaculture employs 26,000 full time workersAquaculture generates $1.2 billion in labour incomeEXPORTSAquaculture Export Volume: >103,000 tonnesAquaculture Export Value: $897 millionPrimary Export Destination: United States (94% of total exports)Other Export Destinations: Japan, China,  Taiwan, Israel, Hong KongEPISODE LINKSRich Moccia websiteHistory of aquacultureMemorial UniversitySylvia WulfAquabountyAquAdvantage Salmon fishUniversity of GuelphCook AquacultureMOWI InternationalDr. Garth FletcherDr. Choy HewOcean PoutElliot EntisCanadian Parliamentary review meeting discussing GMOs in AquacultureFDA Review on AquAdvantage Salmon Aquaculture Innovations & ResearchNOAA research linksFeed and nutrition innovationsGenetic selection and engineering technologiesAnimal health and disease managementDisease processes in Aquatic organismsThe Future of therapeutic agentsVaccine developmentWater quality management #1Water quality management #2Marketplace innovations in AquacultureInnovative productsLife support systemsAI in AquacultureData insights in fish monitoringRecirculating aquaculture systems Aquaculture industry ecosystemAquaculture association of Canada, HQ in Torbay NLCanadian Aquaculture allianceOntario Agi-Food Innovation AllianceOntario Ministry of Rural and Agricultural AffairsFisheries and Oceans CanadaU.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)  IE-Knowledge HubBusiness Video Case studiesMarket Hunt Podcasts Ie-Knowledge Hub Sponsor CaseMagex Video Case StudyCatherine LamontagneThierry HarrisShow Credits:Market Hunt is produced by Cartouche Media in collaboration with Seratone Studios in Montreal and Popup Podcasting in Ottawa. Market Hunt is part of the International Entrepreneurship Knowledge Hub network.  Funding for this program comes from the Social Sciences and Humanities Resource Council of Canada.Executive Producers: Hamid Etemad, McGill University Desautels Faculty of Management and Hamed Motaghi, Université du Québec en Outaouais. Associate Producer, Jose Orlando Montes, Université du Québec à Montréal.Technical Producers Simon Petraki, Seratone Studio and Lisa Querido, Pop up Podcasting. Show consultant, JP Davidson. Artwork by Melissa Gendron. Voiceover: Katie Harrington.You can check out the ie-Knowledge Hub Case studies  at ie-knowledgehub.ca.

Rene Ritchie
iPhone 13 ProRes — New Video God Mode!

Rene Ritchie

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 14:23


Eddy Addy
Atmospheres

Eddy Addy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 73:02


Preached at the Riverside Atmosphere Service - The Makarios Cathedral, HQ

HQ Sem Roteiro
Persépolis | Me Indica Um Quadrinho

HQ Sem Roteiro

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 7:04


O Me Indica Um Quadrinho de hoje traz a indicação da Mariana Fernandes, lá do site Modo Meu e do 513 Podcast. Ela fala sobre Persépolis, HQ de Marjani Satrapi, lançada no Brasil pela Quadrinhos na Cia com tradução de Paulo Werneck. Site Modo Meu e 513 Podcast. Música desse programa: Kids in America - Kim Wilde

Pillars Of Community
TREVOR GOSS = Tech. Entrepreneur = PILLARS LXXIV

Pillars Of Community

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 60:08


Trevor Goss has been a great friend of mine for much of my life dating back to a fateful day on the 8th grade gridiron (we'll leave that story for another day).  We went to Georgetown Prep together and he went to Cornell and then out to Silicon Valley to pursue a serious passion -- tech. start-ups.  Trevor journeyed, sloughed, and innovated in San Francisco for over a decade and all the while conceiving his latest baby: HQ: the world's first smart journal -- "Journals give you a space for writing. A smart journal gives you a space for everything."I hope you enjoy our conversation -- it sure got me thinking about how to optimize life.  Check out Trevor's slick website he built from scratch:https://my-hq.co/You do not rise to the level of your goals. You fall to the level of your systems. 

The Charlie Kirk Show
DEBATE NIGHT: Charlie Kirk Vs. Atheist, Marxist Professor Ben Burgis

The Charlie Kirk Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 128:58


In a long-form, thought-provoking third installment of 'Debate Night' — Charlie is joined LIVE from HQ by self-avowed Marxist professor of Philosophy, Atheist apologist, and avid lover of the Post Office—Dr. Ben Burgis—to debate the big ideas surrounding what system of government is most conducive to living a good, free, and prosperous life in America. Coming from a perspective of conservative populism, Charlie takes on Dr. Burgis' full-throated defense of marxist socialism in a point-by-point, intellectual disagreement that spans a myriad of topics, from healthcare, to taxes, to schools, and much, much more. In the extended edition, presented exclusively here on The Charlie Kirk Show, Charlie and Ben dive deep into the meaning of life, religion and atheism, the existence of God, and so much more—available only to those of you who subscribe to the podcast.   Tune in to 'Debate Night with Charlie Kirk' on TPUSA LIVE to watch these debates live as they air by going to TPUSA.com/LIVE Support the show: http://www.charliekirk.com/support See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

DynastyTradesHQ Podcast
Pat Fitzmaurice & Our 200th Episode!

DynastyTradesHQ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 59:17


Welcome to Episode 200 of the @DynastyTradesHQ Podcast!  "Pat Fitzmaurice & Our 200th Episode!"   The guys decide to have a low key (old married couple) type of celebration for their 200th episode & invite only one guest this time and that guest turned out to be the awesome Pat Fitzmaurice (@Fitz_FF) of FantasyPros! Low key did not really happen as there were quite a few momenta that everyone was having so much fun that Shane even made Pat blush! In between the fun they also discussed attainable players, sustainable production & Kadarius Toney! Come hang out and have some fun with Shane Manila @ShaneIsTheWorst, Michael Cipes @FFBlitz, and Jeremy Browand @DynastyMadman It will be a blast!   Check out our new DynastyTradesHQ STORE https://dthq.storenvy.com/   @DynastyTradesHQ Patreon is now called The HQCrew! Do you want the HQ guys to consult with you about your Dynasty team? Do you want a podcast t-shirt or hat? Would you like to get on the show with us? Do you want to listen to the new HQ After Dark podcast? Become a part of The HQCrew today!   Find us on iTunes, Google Play Music, Stitcher, and PodBean. Please make sure you rate and review! You can find us on Twitter @DynastyTradesHQ. The DynastyTradesHQ podcast (with your hosts Shane Manila @ShaneIsTheWorst, Michael Cipes @FFBlitz, and Jeremy Browand @DynastyMadman) goes beyond the obvious to bring you the right takes on trades, trade philosophies, and impact of ADP on trading. We'll laugh, we'll cry, and we'll get through the crazy world of dynasty trading together every week!  

Zwiftcast
Episode 101: Shiny New Things!

Zwiftcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 78:24


Simon, Shane and Nathan discuss the big new idea from Zwift  . . . .This Season on Zwift offers Zwifters a taster of what's coming up in the coming weeks and months. This is a big change of direction from HQ, which has previously kept future plans close to its chest. We now know we are getting a neon-fest of an extension to Makuri Islands. We know that there'll be a new way to interact with the game with a much improved Home Screen. And we now know that Clubs is due to get a big jolt of new functionality. The Zwiftcasters discuss the upcoming new features and analyse the implications of what's a big decision for Zwift in how it relates to its community. Game creator Jon Mayfield has given a rare interview to a Cycling Tips podcast and as always, when Jon talks, it's worth listening. Simon, Shane and Nathan pick over Jon's thoughts on his new role at the company and his thoughts on innovation in indoor cycling. The Zwiftcasters discuss possible new moves from putative rivals this winter before moving on to discuss Zwift's burgeoning relations with the UCI and ASO and how those manifest as the big new sponsorship of, and revival of, the women's Tour de France plus the staging of the official e-World Champs to be run on Zwift next February. Shane goes into rant mode about Zwift's roll out of Strava's Local Legends on the platform. He is not impressed! And finally the podcasters discuss the arrival of He Who Must Not Be Named on the platform - for real. Should the community embrace him? We hope you enjoy listening.

Eddy Addy
Availability, The Key To Association, Friendship And Environment

Eddy Addy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 81:31


Preached at the Riverside Atmosphere - The Makarios Cathedral, HQ

Baseball HQ Radio
BaseballHQ Radio, October 19, 2021

Baseball HQ Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021


2021-10-19 Show No. 45 of the 2021 fantasy season is a year-end roundtable live from First Pitch Arizona. Ray Murphy of BaseballHQ and Todd Zola of Mastersball, ESPN, SiriusXM and RotoWire join host Patrick Davitt to dish out fantasy MVP and Cy Young awards, to discuss the big stories from the 2021 season, and pick positional boons and Banes for 2022. Runs 1:07:30

What's Working with Cam Marston
T. Bruce MacKinnon Teaches Us how to Dominate a Niche Market

What's Working with Cam Marston

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 48:59


T. Bruce MacKinnon is the President of Elevator World, Inc. With offices across the globe, the HQ is in Mobile, Alabama where their team puts out several publications throughout the year focusing on the elevator industry. While the business of elevators is certainly interesting, what MacKinnon offers in our conversation is a tutorial on how to dominate a niche market - something which he and his family know quite well. 

Under Pressure Outdoors Podcast
Ep. 93 Hands Off my Sandwich

Under Pressure Outdoors Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 104:00


Join us this week as Jim Briar and Will sit down to discuss the adventures of the last month and what's been going on at HQ as well as what all is coming down the pipe in the next few weeks. Laugh with us, cry with us fight someone over a publix sub with us. enjoy the show and don't forget to leave a review. Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/underpressuroutdoors Join the UPO Nation- https://www.facebook.com/groups/215742899927592

DynastyTradesHQ Podcast
I Don‘t Think Derrick Gore Is A Real Person

DynastyTradesHQ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 42:36


Welcome to Episode 199 of the @DynastyTradesHQ Podcast!  "I Don't Think Derrick Gore Is A Real Person"   Shane & Michael hang out while watching football live during the show and discuss everything from grabbing and starting 4th string running backs to calling out league mates for horrible trades! After going over some of the major running back injuries this week, the guys talked about picking up players, that in some cases, no one has ever even heard of. Then a discussion sparked about MFL and the mislabeling of player positions which lead to Michael & Shane talking about league mates calling each other out for shitty offers and how people can have a big difference in opinion on perceived value of fantasy assets. Come hang out and have some fun with Shane Manila @ShaneIsTheWorst & Michael Cipes @FFBlitz It will be a blast!   Check out our new DynastyTradesHQ STORE https://dthq.storenvy.com/   @DynastyTradesHQ Patreon is now called The HQCrew! Do you want the HQ guys to consult with you about your Dynasty team? Do you want a podcast t-shirt or hat? Would you like to get on the show with us? Do you want to listen to the new HQ After Dark podcast? Become a part of The HQCrew today!   Find us on iTunes, Google Play Music, Stitcher, and PodBean. Please make sure you rate and review! You can find us on Twitter @DynastyTradesHQ. The DynastyTradesHQ podcast (with your hosts Shane Manila @ShaneIsTheWorst, Michael Cipes @FFBlitz, and Jeremy Browand @DynastyMadman) goes beyond the obvious to bring you the right takes on trades, trade philosophies, and impact of ADP on trading. We'll laugh, we'll cry, and we'll get through the crazy world of dynasty trading together every week!  

Eddy Addy
The Sweet Influences Of The Holy Spirit On Your Level Of Intelligence

Eddy Addy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 88:55


Preached at the Riverside Atmosphere - The Makarios Cathedral, HQ

Ghostbusters Interdimensional Crossrip
#740 - "The End (For Now) and Unboxing Hasbro Items" - October 11, 2021

Ghostbusters Interdimensional Crossrip

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 66:44


First up on the show, a quick message about an upcoming hiatus for the podcast. You can read more on the HQ here. Then we're off to regular business one last time, talking about NYCC, Adam Savage's latest Tested where he builds an Afterlife inspired Proton Pack in a day, and then we're unboxing some amazing items provided to us from our friends at Hasbro including the second wave of Plasma Series figures, Fright Features ghosts, and the Ecto-1 playset! Not to fear, there's still a couple more episodes coming your way before the feed goes dark a while including our mixtapes and holiday guides.

The John Phillips Show
Did Elon leave out of spite?

The John Phillips Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 31:03


Did Elon Musk move Tesla's HQ to Texas over a tweet from Lorena Gonzalez? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Marketplace Minute
Senate votes to briefly extend debt limit - Morning Brief - Marketplace Minute - October 8, 2021

Marketplace Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 1:50


The vote extends the nation's borrowing ability into early December; Tesla to move HQ to Texas, Musk says; Google to block ads on climate change denial content - October 8, 2021

HWMF Podcast
#107 - BACK IN ACTION!

HWMF Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 67:58


In this episode of the HWMF Podcast, Seth Feroce and Bobby Dautrich give a recap of what's been going on around HQ and get back to business! They talk about changes/new things in the office, getting in shape, yinzers, scary movies and things that you can't buy.