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Best podcasts about Intangibles

Latest podcast episodes about Intangibles

Fuel for the Soul with John Giftah | Inspirational Christian Sermons
INTANGIBLE to TANGIBLE | Power of The Word | John Giftah

Fuel for the Soul with John Giftah | Inspirational Christian Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 9:25


In this short Christian sermon, you will understand the power of the Word of GOD and you will be challenged to tap into this power that is available for you as a child of GOD. You can buy my new bestselling book, UNVEIL YOUR PURPOSE (a #1 Newly Released Bestseller on Amazon) here: India: https://www.amazon.in/UNVEIL-YOUR-PURPOSE-John-Giftah/dp/B08K2CJKP2/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=john+giftah&qid=1611990618&sr=8-1 Global Amazon.com: https://www.amazon.com/Unveil-Your-Purpose-Complete-Created-ebook/dp/B08L7XX9PJ/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=john+giftah%27&qid=1611990705&sr=8-2 You can stay in touch with me through these platforms: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/johngiftah Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/johngiftah Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sjohngiftah/ Website: https://www.johngiftah.com/ If you're blessed by this sermon, don't forget to share it with someone, and please do rate/ review the podcast so that it will help us reach more people with the message of hope. For supporting the ministry financially: PayPal: paypal.me/johngiftah Link to The Inspiration Hub Podcast: Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/in/podcast/the-inspiration-hub/id1596599540 Link to Weekly Tamil Christian Messages Podcast (John Giftah) : Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/in/podcast/tamil-christian-messages-john-giftah/id1596445581 WEEKLY RADIO SHOW DETAILS: Fuel For the Soul with John Giftah RADIO SHOW aires EVERY SUNDAY at 7 AM EST (5 AM MST / 5:30 PM IST on Military Broadcast Radio. You can watch the livestream on the JOHN GIFTAH Youtube channel or You can listen/watch on https://mbradio.us/ or by downloading the Military Broadcast Radio - MBR App on your phone. Check out the "Fuel for the Soul with John Giftah" podcast (Among the Top Christian Podcasts in India Ranking #1 / #2 on multiple podcast platforms and among the Top Podcasts in the world (2021)) : Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/fuel-for-the-soul-with-john-giftah-inspirational/id1588234296 #JohnGiftah #JohnGiftahPodcast #Christian #Christianity #BibleStudy #Faith #Hope #InspirationalSermon #ChristianMotivation #ChristianInspiration #Motivation #Motivational #Inspirational #Bible #BibleStudy --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/john-giftah/message

Your Simply Big Life
Addressing Your Mental Health with Christie Rocha

Your Simply Big Life

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 58:04


I absolutely LOVED conncting with Christie. She is so real and relatable. We all know that mom-life can be super amazing and also super challenging at times.  It is beyond important that we are taking care of our mental health so that we can take care of our family.  In this episode we chat about everything from therapy and true self care to healthy relationships and more. Christie Rocha is the host of Sass Says, a podcast to guide women on how to heal, educate, and empower themselves through therapy and real-life stories of perseverance. She interviews mental health professionals, experts, coaches, and women just like you and me who share her mission to debunk the stigmas and misconceptions about therapy and mental health. Christie is known for asking the “but how” questions so that her listeners walk away from each episode with actionable steps on what to do next when it comes to relationships, motherhood, body image, ambition, and what she calls, the Intangible. Self-care is also a hot topic on her show. Christie and her husband live in New Jersey with their two toddlers. Connect with Christie Website: https://sasssays.com/ Podcast: https://sasssays.com/sass-says-podcast/ Instagram: @sasssays TikTOk: @sasssays Connect with Sarah  www.yoursimplybiglife.com/course   

Excess Returns
Constructing an Intangible Asset Based Value Strategy with Kai Wu

Excess Returns

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 53:59


Research has shown that value investing needs to change. Our economy has transitioned from one dominated by tangible assets like buildings and equipment to one dominated by intangible assets such as brands and intellectual property. Although many researchers have looked at the issue of how to value intangible assets, far fewer are looking at how to translate that into an actual investment strategy. Our guest this week has done exactly that. We speak to Sparkline Capital founder Kai Wu about how he looks at intangible assets and the machine learning based methods he uses to value them. We also get into the nuts and bolts of constructing an intangible focused value strategy and discuss issues such as selecting an investment universe, determining the number of stocks to hold, position sizing, industry concentration and a lot more. We hope you enjoy the discussion. ABOUT THE PODCAST Excess Returns is an investing podcast hosted by Jack Forehand (@practicalquant) and Justin Carbonneau (@jjcarbonneau), partners at Validea. Justin and Jack discuss a wide range of investing topics including factor investing, value investing, momentum investing, multi-factor investing, trend following, market valuation and more with the goal of helping those who watch and listen become better long term investors. SEE LATEST EPISODES https://www.validea.com/excess-returns-podcast FIND OUT MORE ABOUT VALIDEA https://www.validea.com FOLLOW OUR BLOG https://blog.validea.com FIND OUT MORE ABOUT VALIDEA CAPITAL https://www.valideacapital.com FOLLOW JACK Twitter: https://twitter.com/practicalquant LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jack-forehand-8015094 FOLLOW JUSTIN Twitter: https://twitter.com/jjcarbonneau LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jcarbonneau

Best of Mile High Sports
Smile High Morning Show: Coach Bob Stitt

Best of Mile High Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 13:46


Former Colorado School of Mines and Montana head coach on measuring intangibles, interviewing potential #1 overall picks, Russell Wilson lifting up the Broncos, the coaching itch

Raised with Jesus
Sermon: Imposters of the Intangible (Hagen -31July2022)

Raised with Jesus

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 24:43


Show Notes Contact the Podcast: RWJPodcast@gmail.com or www.raisedwithjesus.com/podcast  Click here to find a nearby congregation or church home.   yearbook.wels.net All rights reserved. Content used at this podcast comes from a variety of locations & sources.   Casting Nets Podcast: https://castingnetspod.podbean.com/ Apple   Spotify Contact Casting Nets: castingnetspod@gmail.com  Impact Podcast - St. Andrew, Middleton WI https://st-andrew-online.org/impact/  RSS Link: https://feeds.libsyn.com/314675/rss  Prince of Peace - Thousand Oaks, CA https://www.princeofpeaceto.com  https://www.youtube.com/c/PrinceofPeaceTO/featured  Water of Life Lutheran Church - Caledonia & Racine, WI https://www.wateroflifelutheran.com  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcICs1dldnmZ-rcBqs4QtVQ  Life Challenges Podcast https://christianliferesources.com/life-challenges-podcast/  St. Paul Lutheran Church - Ottawa, ON, Canada https://www.stpaulottawa.org/  https://www.youtube.com/c/StPaulOttawa  His Word 360 (WLS Prof. Rev. Stephen Geiger) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCd542RpYW_KSrkEBUSNw-Lg  WELS Streams: https://www.youtube.com/c/welsstreams  WELS Congregational Services: https://vimeo.com/welscongserve  https://vimeo.com/wels  Point of Grace Campus Ministry https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsI7Z5KbPwLdHeIVj_l1z_A  Pilgrim Lutheran Church - Menomonee Falls WI https://www.youtube.com/user/pilgrimlutheran  Through My Bible readings by Rev. Martin Spriggs.  Audio accessed at https://wels.net/serving-you/bible/through-my-bible-archive/  Produced 2022 by Pastor Hagen: pastorhagen@icloud.com or (419) 262-8280  Music from Joseph McDade: https://josephmcdade.com #raisedwithjesus #lutheran #sanctification #toledome #toledo #welstoledo #jesus #bible #podcast #dailyjesus #jesusdaily #rwjpodcast #jesusfortoledo  Resurrection - Maumee: Family Bible Hour at 10:15 AM, Worship on Sundays at 9 AM & 11 AM 2250 S. Holland Sylvania Rd - Maumee, OH Contact RWJ: RWJPodcast@gmail.com (419) 262-8280 CCLI Copyright License 11582729 and Streaming License 20003552 

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The Love Cast with Jamal
The Discovery of Intangibles with Former NFL & College Football Coach Evan Burk

The Love Cast with Jamal

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 81:16


My previous conversation with former NFL & College football coach Evan Burk on the podcast was such a pivotal conversation that I asked him to come back on The Love Cast with Jamal podcast to talk about the all important subject of intangibles which is the subject of his book titled Finding Intangibles. Again, Evan brings invaluable nuggets of gold and wisdom to our perspective in this conversation. As a life coach, I have observed that it is the intangibles in life that determine the difference between suffering and empowerment. I invite you to listen deeply to my conversation with coach Evan Burk about the vital nature of intangibles in this newest episode of The Love Cast with Jamal.  

Mark Kavanagh
Mark Kavanagh InTanGible Dreaming Mix 3

Mark Kavanagh

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 60:23


I am a product of my environment

Mark Kavanagh
Mark Kavangh InTanGible Dreaming Mix2

Mark Kavanagh

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 60:50


I am a product of my environment

球場第一排
EP.109 | 各隊GM先聽完這一集再上去選!三大熱門新秀球探報告及等著他們的考驗 ft.瓦甘達Thousand、後撤步

球場第一排

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 43:51


這次跟新朋友「瓦甘達Play One」聯名聊一集,主要討論7/28的PLG選秀三位討論度很高的待選新秀:張鎮衙、陳范柏彥、白曜誠。 這次三個聯盟的選秀,不但可能成為新賽的風向球,而且可能會決定未來幾年各自的走向,加上選前風聲耳語不斷,儼然成為近年討論度最高的一次選秀。 大家聽過的不講,我們這次引用NBA評價潛力股的球探報告概念,針對幾個常見的分類如「Strengths」(強項)、「Waeknesses」(弱項)、「Intangibles」(無形的特質EX:球商、態度),與大家分享我們四位不同的觀點。 開場第一個話題就是:選秀應該先要「天分」還是先補滿「位置」,如果是您會怎麼選? 本集聽點: ⦁ NBA的狀元籤這麼值錢,但台灣的選秀狀元似很少能立即改變球隊命運? ⦁ 張鎮衙的強項投射大家都很清楚,可是他上職業會遇到什麼挑戰? ⦁ 陳范柏彥進職業的第一個課題是什麼? ⦁ 白曜誠防守的哪個習慣一定要馬上改掉? ⦁ 為什麼台灣幾乎沒有職業層級的人士在寫球探報告?

Flaghuntersgolfpod
Getting down to the Intangibles. A great conversation with mental coach Kathy Hart Wood

Flaghuntersgolfpod

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 56:52


 Ever wonder why some players get the most out of their game ? How about the players that seem to thrive when the lights are the brightest while others falter ?  These are the intangibles that make the difference between getting the most out of your game versus struggling when you need your game to show up.     In this conversation, Kathy and I discuss this very deep topic . Kathy expertly dives into methodologies that will make your more aware of what kind of thoughts  you're unconsciously running on. She exposes some of our very reasons why we may come up short on the golf course and has ways to bring some of those fear based thoughts into light and turn them around into positive, self serving thoughts that not only help our games, also in life.  This is the kind of self-loving accountability that we can all use to better serve us and the world at large !     Thank you to Kathy for sharing her wisdom with us and  I would highly recommend that if you find this information useful, reach out to her via email, kathy@kathyhartwood.com                                                            Jesse     

Intangiblia™
Fruits of one's labor, the capitalization of intangible assets - Andrew J. Sherman

Intangiblia™

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 43:03


The story of Intellectual Property does not end with registration or protection, it merely begins! Discover with Andrew J. Sherman the many ways to harvest intangible assets. 

The Last Symptom by Brian Barnett
S4 Ep 42: Tangible & Intangible Problems & Solutions

The Last Symptom by Brian Barnett

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 62:33


Two categories to divide problems and solutions into: Tangible/Physical and Intangible/Emotional. (Intangible/Spiritual is another, but not discussed in this episode.) The natures (plural) of DEPRESSION. Predetermined conclusions and AUTISM. Not confusing symptoms as problems. A proper perspective of the value of recognizing one's own CAPACITIES. Not inappropriately assuming responsibility for things only other people are responsible for, such as their personal opinions, or the ways they feel about, or choose to react to any given thing. Making flat black & white statements about things that are purely subjective and matters of opinion. Acoustic cover: King of the Road.   http://www.thelastsymptom.com   Join our online community at thelastsymptom.locals.com, or download the Locals app from the App Store and search for The Last Symptom by Brian Barnett.    #tangible #physical #intangible #emotional #problems #causes #symptoms #solutions #categories #depression #autism #capacities #capabilities #opinions #blackandwhite #subjective #inappropriate #feelings #borderlinepersonalitydisorder #bpd #emotionallyunstablepersonalitydisorder #eupd #cure #completerecovery #thelastsymptom #brianbarnett

The Daily Pep! | Rebel-Rousing, Encouragement, & Inspiration for Creative & Multi-Passionate Women

As people who tend to be sensitive and empaths, it's so easy to discount our intangible wins and the amount of emotional energy we spend. If that rings true, this one's for you. Find out more about One Woman Band here! About Meg & The Daily Pep! I'm Meg and I'm the host of The Daily Pep! and The Couragemakers Podcast and founder of The Rebel Rousers. I'm a coach, writer and all-round rebel-rouser for creative and multi-passionate women to do the things only they can do and build a wholehearted life. When I'm not recording episodes, writing bullshit-free Letters of Rebellion to my wonderful Couragemakers community or hosting workshops/group programmes, I'm usually covered in paint or walking my wonderfully weird cockapoo Merlin. Website | Instagram | The Couragemakers Podcast | Letters of Rebellion | Rebel Creators

Creatitive Sports Marketing Radio | Where Business is our Sport
Tangible vs. Intangible Assets—Why You Need Both in Branding

Creatitive Sports Marketing Radio | Where Business is our Sport

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 10:18


There are two types of asset categories in branding—tangible and intangible. Tangible assets are companies' primary assets and typically physical elements, such as an office, logo, merchandise, or creative design. On the other hand, intangible assets include the brand's personality, tone, voice, vision, and community. 

Leader Manager Coach Podcast
Finding Intangibles. Interview With Evan Burk

Leader Manager Coach Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 54:27


Rob chats with Evan Burk, a former NFL and college football coach. Coach Burk has spent nearly two decades coaching elite athletes and leaders within top sports organisations to bring teams together, overcome adversity, and elevate high performers to achieve at their highest level. He uses his unique football coaching background to educate and inspire leaders, high performers, and teams for corporate clients and organisations by teaching the principles and practices learned from coaching teams at the highest levels of football.  In 2022, Evan Burk released his first book, Finding Intangibles, in which he helps organisations identify the hidden traits that drive elite performers and championship teams.  Evan is a speaker, author and podcast host educating audiences on leadership, high performance, and culture.   KEY TAKEAWAYS Evan has progressed from a 4th grade football coach, on to a high school coach and onwards to coach at SMU and to the Miami Dolphins and UCLA. He has coached at every level of college football. Evan had to prepare himself and gather knowledge to present as authentic and professional during his experiences as a college coach. Over time the experiences add up and you can combat perceptions of inexperience and ward off effectively any occurrences of imposter syndrome. During his time at the NFL he felt under utilised and became elevated to a much more important role by voicing his dissatisfaction. These lows inform the highs that occur further down the line. “Intangibles” are things like work ethic, drive, being a good teammate, being likeable, passion, high personal standards and other character based immeasurables. Evans main focus is now coaching and developing people out of the sporting arena. He now teaches people to be more resilient and self developing personally and within organisations.    BEST MOMENTS ‘I think when I started at 19 years old I didn't quite understand what the rigorous path would be in accessing these highest levels of college and professional sports.' - Evan   ‘You're saying to me that you are admitting that because of your journey there were people there with a greater depth of technical knowledge of the game than you, but you, by being authentic, brought something else to the table which was genuinely you.' – Rob ‘It can be tough at the moment but I have definitely experienced a lot of those depths as you have said, along the journey.' – Evan ‘All of these unseen traits and I think that a lot of times coaching in particular we overlook these things because they can't be measured.' – Evan ‘People should value previous success over previous experience. This is also true in life and especially the corporate hiring practice.' - Evan   GUEST RESOURCES Podcast: The Highest Level with Evan Burk. Website: https://www.coachevanburk.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/coachevanburk/ https://www.instagram.com/coachevanburk/ https://twitter.com/coachevanburk https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCii7hfJhUGm2T8gzk6DQKnw   VALUABLE RESOURCES Leader Manager Coach Podcast      ABOUT THE HOST Rob Ryles is a UEFA A licensed coach with a League Managers Association qualification and a science and medicine background. He has worked in the football industry in Europe, USA and Africa; at International, Premiership, League, Non-League and grassroots levels with both World Cup and European Championship experience Rob Ryles prides himself on having a forward thinking and progressive approach to the game built through his own experience as well as lessons learned from a number of highly successful managers and coaches. The Leader Manager Coach Podcast is where we take a deep dive examining knowledge, philosophies, wisdom and insight to help you lead, manage and coach in football, sport and life.    CONTACT METHOD https://www.robryles.co.uk/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MMPYDVzZVnA https://www.linkedin.com/in/robertryles/?originalSubdomain=ukSupport the show: https://www.patreon.com/robrylesSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Drive
Dorion: Giroux brings so many intangibles, and he's still an impactful NHL player

The Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022


Sens GM Pierre Dorion joins the guys on the Drive to talk about signing Claude Giroux to a 3 year deal

Athlete Maestro | Sports Education | Sports Psychology | Mental Toughness | Athlete Development | Mental Training | Master Th

Athlete Maestro helps you master the mental, physical and business aspects of sports. If you found this episode helpful, share it with a fellow athlete to help them on their quest to achieve their sports goals. MORE IMPORTANTLY: Join our exclusive facebook group for like minded athletes where we delve deeper into the episodes of the podcast, www.athletemaestro.com/group Sign up for any of my programs at athletemaestro.com/courses If you're a parent and you'll like to learn how to nurture your child's sporting talent sign up for my FREE MASTERCLASS athletemaestro.com/sportsparenting There are a ton of podcasts you could be listening to right now but you chose Athlete Maestro. THANK YOU. Want me to answer your questions here on the show, send a mail to friday@athletemaestro.com If you found anything useful on the podcast, please leave a RATING AND REVIEW so other young athletes like yourself can find and benefit from the podcast. To learn how to SUBSCRIBE AND LEAVE A RATING on the show, head to www.athletemaestro.com/subscribe. For more on Athlete Maestro visit athletemaestro.com Get the Athlete Maestro Daily Planner, www.athletemaestro.com/dailyplanner Find me on social media Instagram - @tolaogunlewe Twitter - @tolaogunlewe Thanks for tuning in.

This Is My Truth
Ep. 175: Debunking Mental Health Stigmas: A Conversation with Christie Rocha

This Is My Truth

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 49:50


Today I talk to Christie Rocha about all things mental health and postpartum depression, but really what we talk about is creating space for ourselves to heal and grow and come to a space where we can speak our truths. A bit more about Christie in her words: Christie Rocha is the host of Sass Says, a podcast to guide women on how to heal, educate, and empower themselves through therapy and real-life stories of perseverance. She interviews mental health professionals, experts, coaches, and women just like you and me who share her mission to debunk the stigmas and misconceptions about therapy and mental health. Christie is known for asking the “but how” questions so that her listeners walk away from each episode with actionable steps on what to do next when it comes to relationships, motherhood, body image, ambition, and what she calls, the Intangible. Self-care is also a hot topic on her show. Christie and her husband live in New Jersey with their two toddlers. Web:www.sasssays.com IG:@sasssays As always, I hope you enjoy our conversation! xoxo, Jessi --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jessi-shuraleff/message

Flirting with Models
Kai Wu - Mining Unstructured Data for the Intangible (S5E6)

Flirting with Models

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 49:51


My guest in this episode is Kai Wu, CEO and founder of Sparkline Capital. Kai is a pioneer in the measurement of intangible value.  Using machine learning, he tackles unstructured data sources like patent filings, earnings transcripts, LinkedIn network connections, and GitHub code repositories to try to measure value across the four key pillars of Brand, Intellectual Property, Network, and Human Capital. We discuss why intangibles are important, how they differ from the traditional factor zoo, the opportunities and risks of unstructured data, and how even big data can have small data problems within it. Finally, we discuss Kai's most recent applications of his research to the world of crypto. Please enjoy my conversation with Kai Wu.

ScreenFish Radio
Episode 47: 1on1 with Lisa Anita Wegner (INTANGIBLE ADORATIONS CARAVAN)

ScreenFish Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 28:29


It's a special thing to 'create universes'. Having struggled with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, her entire life, Lisa Anita Wegner found it difficult to make sense of the world. However, when she began to embrace the madness of her mind, she found that her creative limitations melted away into something incredible. With THE INTANGIBLE ADORATIONS CARAVAN, Wegner takes her visual arts installation to the next level as she seeks to develop something immersive for all yet sensitive to the the neurodiverse as well. In this 1on1, we speak to Wegner about being saved by the arts, living with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome and connecting with the mad, disabled and neurodiverse through the arts.

Andrew Lake Podcast
Intangible Assets (Top 20 List)

Andrew Lake Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 65:53


In this episode we discuss the following Intangible Assets:  Harnessing Anger The Bright Face Resilience in the Face of Adversity Sustainability Independence from Substances and Chemicals Clear Thinking and the ability to distinguish between clear and unclear Thinking Decision Making Strong Voice/Authentic Voice Seeing beyond surface appearances Connecting with Silence Grounding The Ability to Fly Totality Giving it All Away Inspiration Admiration Family Resolve and Relationship Resolve Pride and Humility Indulgence Memory and Trans-Somatic Experiencing Size and Vastness   Learn Developmental Psychology: https://www.udemy.com/course/draft/4198002/?referralCode=231420FB84FE700AE286   Learn Time Travel and Lucid Dreaming Methods: https://www.udemy.com/course/time-travel/?referralCode=75A0CD67A06929D40550   Check out my Udemy instructor profile: https://www.udemy.com/user/dosta-3/   Check out my Graffiti channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCC5OBsGtVMhGDiGiJ3yPvQg   Follow DELM on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/delm413/   Check out my Music channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4vj9mQw0231izQXfUppnwg   Talks on Tantra and Sex: https://onlyfans.com/dosta   Podcast on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/andrew-lake-podcast/id1439388762?mt=2   Podcast on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/36T6M5UiOt9E35U6faNQUi   Dosta YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RzanoRaVmvE&t=15s   Discover The Chronicles of Dosta: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvn6OHvvKedz2OdVozaKRuA/videos   Learn Public Speaking and Voice Awareness: https://www.udemy.com/course/public-speaking-and-voice-awareness-techniques/?referralCode=E14F4ABA11339CECD409   Learn MDMA Online: https://www.udemy.com/course/mdma-nyw/?referralCode=A82F4DAC24E593162453   MDMA Promo Vid: https://youtu.be/MH3cT1mfPvY   Theme song music by pmajor: https://pmajor.bandcamp.com/album/static-on-the-frequency   Support my work directly on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/dosta   Related terms:   Meditation. Awareness. Psychology. Culture. Personal Development. History. English Literature. Philosophy. Greek Philosophy. Consciousness. Perception. The Dosta Method. Developmental Psychology. Self Help. Music. Time Travel. Time Dilation. Ecstasy. Guided Meditation. Education. Skill Development. High-Level Functioning. Self-Knowledge. Relationship Advice. Motivation. Knowledge. Book Smart. Intelligence. Tantra. Awareness Techniques. Mysticism. Religion. Antiquity. Classical History. Stoicism. Hermeticism. Mythology. Cultural Commentary. Public Discourse. Intellectual Explorations. Explanation. Clarity. Wisdom. Insight. Truth. Beauty. Love.

Centre for Cities
City Talks: Fixing the intangible economy

Centre for Cities

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 49:58


Andrew Carter speaks to Chief Executive of the Royal Statistical Society and former government advisor Stian Westlake about his new book, Restarting the Future: How to Fix the Intangible Economy, which he co-authored alongside Jonathan Haskel. This episode explores how there has been an incomplete transition from an economy based on physical capital to one based on intangible capital - such as ideas, brands, and knowledge. Westlake argues that this has left our economic institutions geared to an outmoded way of doing business, and that an institutional refresh is needed to drive growth and address inequalities. This episode is part of Centre for Cities' City Talks series. Please rate, review and share the episode if you enjoyed it.

Bull & Fox
Bill Self says Ochai Agbaji's bucket of intangibles exceeds about everybody I've had

Bull & Fox

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 14:49


Bill Self talks about the Cavs' selection of Ochai Agbaji with their first round pick in the NBA Draft, how his intagibles and shooting will help this Cavs roster, the biggest areas he can improve his game and just how much room for growth he has at the NBA level.

Taste of Dragons
Intangible Tangents (2022 Bonus Episode #4)

Taste of Dragons

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 64:26


We're back with another loosey-goosey Season 3 Summer Bonus Episode! Today's topics range from "Careers you would pursue within a videogame game universe", "What your summer games playlist is", "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredders Revenge", and more! . You can tell us all of your thoughts and send us your questions on our Podcast Discussion channel on DISCORD: https://discord.com/invite/Z8bj9cXNVy . Join us on Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/tasteofdragons And also on Social Media: https://linktr.ee/tasteofdragons . Plan Well. Plan Dragon.

Cross-border tax talks
100th Episode Special: The evolution of global structuring

Cross-border tax talks

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 37:22


Doug McHoney (PwC's US International Tax Services Co-Leader) is joined by Mike Urse, current International Tax Partner and former US International Tax Services Leader for the 100th episode of the Cross Border Tax Talks podcast. Doug and Mike discuss the changing world of international taxation, focusing on the current status of holding companies, finance companies, and Intangible property companies. Mike provides insights and analysis from almost 40 years of international tax experience and sheds some light on the future state of play.

Jewelry Journey Podcast
Episode 160 Part 2: The Intangible Beauty of Gemstones: Why Stones Draw Us In

Jewelry Journey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 19:17


What you'll learn in this episode: What characteristics make a gemstone special Why collectors usually have a few pieces that don't fit into the parameters of their collection Why old stones often have more charm than modern ones How to make trendy jewelry more timeless Which jewels have been the most memorable from Caroline's auction career About Caroline Morrissey Caroline Morrissey is Director and Head of Jewelry at Bonhams in New York. Her areas of expertise span diamonds and colored gemstones to 20th century jewelry. She has a particular interest in large white and colored diamonds. Since joining Bonhams in 2014, Caroline's exceptional sales include a diamond riviere necklace, which sold for $1,205,000 in June 2015; a diamond solitaire ring which sold for $1,807,500 in September 2017; and an unmounted Kashmir sapphire which sold for $1,244,075 in July 2020. Caroline discovered her passion for the jewelry business more than two decades ago, in a charming jewelry store in Edinburgh, Scotland, where she worked on weekends during high school. Her career started in the diamond industry in Antwerp, Belgium, and she has also held positions at the prominent luxury retailers Cartier and Leviev. Caroline studied a double major in Economics and Politics from the University of York, England. Photos: New York–Bonhams will present more than 200 jewels from the Estate of George and Charlotte Shultzon May 23, 2022, including more than 70 pieces from Tiffany & Co. Charlotte wore her jewels to receive Queen Elizabeth II, Pope John Paul II, and countless world leaders as San Francisco's chief of protocol for more than fifty years, serving ten mayors. She found her perfect match in George Shultz, a great American statesman who served as secretary of state under President Ronald Reagan and held four different cabinet positions under three presidents. Their personal collection will be featured in a dedicated sale at Bonhams New York that will celebrate their life of philanthropy and elegance. Below are a few photos of auction items.   Additional Resources: Bonhams Website Bonhams Instagram   Transcript: What makes a gemstone stand out from the rest? You can talk about color, shape and cut, but sometimes a stone inexplicably draws you in. That's the experience Caroline Morrissey has had many times as Director of the Jewelry Department for Bonhams in New York. She joined the Jewelry Journey Podcast to talk about the most memorable jewelry she's sold; why collectors shouldn't be too rigid about maintaining a specific theme for their collection; and what qualities make a gemstone special. Read the episode transcript here. Sharon: Hello, everyone. Welcome to the Jewelry Journey Podcast. This is the second part of a two-part episode. If you haven't heard part one, please go to TheJewelryJourney.com. Today, my Guest is Caroline Morrissey, Director of the Jewelry Department for Bonhams. Welcome back. What are you normally attracted to? Why would it surprise you? Caroline: Well, I'm very boring. I like my jewelry to be simple. I have no problem with it being bold, but I don't want it to be complicated and bold. I find myself in a situation where I have a great appreciation for many gemstones, but that does not mean I would wear them myself—but doesn't mean I don't like them. There are all sorts of 1935-40's jewels that are slightly out of character, but at the same time I'm completely embracing them. This is, by the way, mostly in most dreams. I unfortunately do not have a fabulous jewelry box at home full of these jewels. But I mostly lean towards simple designs. If it can be a hundred years old, all the better. Sharon: Do you think they select jewelry because—what's the word they use? It is classic, like you're talking about, but 40, 50 years from now they'll still love it as much. Do you think people look at that, or do they go more with trends? Caroline: I think a lot of people go with trends and then they regret it. When I work with clients—I mean, it depends what the piece of jewelry is for. If they're adding to a collection and they're looking for a specific period, that's completely different. But if you've got somebody who's looking for an engagement ring or bridal or that type of jewelry, I do believe a lot of people fall into whatever is in vogue right now, and they don't realize, “O.K., everyone's different.” Like you say, in 40, 50 years' time, it will just be a style from the period. I always try and advise that there are very, very small changes you can make to many styles that will transform that piece of jewelry into a timeless and elegant piece. It can be a combination of modern yet traditional. You look at some of the pieces from a long time ago and transplant them to today, and many of them are still in fashion. They're timeless; they will never cease to be so. I think as soon as you point that out to somebody, it becomes so obvious, but I don't think that's necessarily what people always want going into it. It's hard not to want what is in style now. Sharon: Yes. It sounds like you have a secondary career with restyling jewelry, though. Caroline: Well, the design element of it is really fun. I don't think I'm that great at it, but I'm definitely going to offer you my ideas, just in case. Sharon: You've used the words collectors, collections. When you say a collector comes to you, is a collector like me, somebody who has a box full of jewelry? Or is it something where they have an emerald; they have a ruby; they have sapphires? What's a collection to you? Caroline: A collection, to me, is a group of jewelry. I feel that a collection has a different meaning to each individual. It could be a combination of pieces that you have inherited and pieces that have been given to you, perhaps pieces you've bought yourself. Then you could have a collector who has a collection within a specific genre. I will say that as hard as it may be, most people who collect for specific collections, whatever the time period, color, style might be, usually have a few pieces or more that fall out of the parameters for that collection, because usually they are drawn to something they can't say no to. So, a collection to me is literally whatever is in that jewelry box, and it doesn't need to match. Some pieces could be broken. There could be elements of one piece and a complete matching set of another piece, but what we can do? I very much enjoy going through that collection and sorting out what needs to be done, how it should be sold, what will work for the owner, because everyone has different needs. On top of that, everyone's jewelry, if you're on the selling side, is different, and it usually requires a little bit of work to be done. We've got to do some sleuthing, finding out what particular pieces are, if they started off life together, if they were married together at a later stage in their jewelry life. That's a really fun thing to do, and it can also help people find out more about where their jewelry has come from. It can be a really interesting road to go down. Sharon: That sounds very interesting. Tell us about some of your most memorable sales. Caroline: How about some memorable auction pieces within the sale? Sharon: O.K., great. Caroline: I've got some great stories for you. Sharon: Please, O.K. Caroline: I'm going to start off with the first one. It was a sapphire and diamond ring. This lady had bought the ring from an antique store, and she had been told the sapphire was synthetic but the mounting was a Tiffany mounting. It was a Deco, very beautiful yet simple Tiffany mounting. She bought it for $800, which was basically the cost of the mounting and the synthetic stone. She enjoyed it. Things happened with her life, and at some point, she had been told by someone that it might not be synthetic, this sapphire. That prompted her to call us. Long story short, we managed to lay eyes on the piece. We sent it to a lab, and it came back as an 8-carat Burma origin, no heat, no enhancements. Long story short, it went into a sale. They flew here and sat in the front row of the auction. It hammered for $200,000. Afterwards she came up—she was with a friend and was in tears—and thanked us so much, because her husband had medical problems, and this was going to make everything O.K. for them so that she didn't have to sell her house. That's a really special moment to be a part of, and she was so thankful. We didn't actually know the full story of how much all of this meant until the very end, but these things really do happen. Sharon: Wow! Caroline: I have another story for you. We had this brooch that was sent in to us. I'm going to try to be diplomatic here, but I don't think it had been cleaned in a very, very long time. It had been bought from a garage sale for $8. Anyway, long story short, it had a diamond, an emerald and a ruby under a carat, but it was really fine quality once it was all cleaned up. We had the diamond certified, and it came back as a VS1, so the highest color, completely clean, and an old stone. The emeralds came back Colombian with minor or insignificant inclusions. Again, very, very high quality. The ruby came back Burma, no heat. This tiny, little brooch sold for $35,000. Sharon: Wow! Caroline: It does not happen often, but it does happen, these stories. I suppose that's one of the amazing parts of being at auction, that you can be part of somebody's journey, whether it's from a garage sale and is a big surprise, or something that comes in and is an angel at a time of need. Sharon: Wow! The stories you're telling are the reason I like antiques, I suppose. Caroline: Oh, absolutely. I have more. It really does happen, and it's amazing. Sharon: It is amazing, and it makes you want to go out to every flea market and garage sale. I just don't have any kind of patience for that. Do you have people who say, “Only call me if you have an unset stone that you think is worth me looking at”? Or do they say, “I don't care what the stone is set in, give me a call”? Do you have collectors who just want the stone? Caroline: The thing is, in most cases, people need a stone to be set in a piece of jewelry to visualize it. Even if they don't expect to wear it or it's not their intention to wear it, just to view it as a piece of jewelry, it needs to be in some type of setting. It doesn't even need to be a nice setting. It just needs to be a vehicle to make that stone or stones into a piece of jewelry. I have clients who say to me, “If you have important colored stones, please call me,” and they will not care what those colored stones are set in. In many cases, they probably won't care how old the stone is. They are just looking for beautiful colored stones. I suppose based on what I have, they'll work out whether it's interesting to them, but in most cases in that scenario, the mounting is neither here nor there. They're looking at the stone. They don't care if it's in a ring or a piece of jewelry. Sharon: Do think they want to have the stone set themselves? Do you think they take it and have it put in a piece of jewelry themselves, or do they take the stone and put it in their safe and say, “That's nice.” What do they do? Caroline: Some people definitely do that. If they're going to put it in a safe, they're probably just going to leave it in the mounting it came in and put it in the safe and close the door. I suppose it depends on what the purchase is for, but auction is a secondary market, so you're not necessarily going to walk in and find your perfect stone in the perfect mounting, especially with diamonds. Most of our clients will first and foremost, if they're looking for stones, look for that stone. If they need to make any changes to the mounting or style, they will do that afterwards. Those people looking for jewelry, they're in a completely different category. The stones become insignificant to them because they're looking for a piece of jewelry, and they will oftentimes have a time period or a designer or a style in mind. If it does have stones in it, those stones will enhance the piece of jewelry, but the purchase will be about the jewelry versus the stones, if that makes sense. Sharon: Yes, it makes a lot of sense. What do you see as the market for stones for jewelry, or stones in general? You hear so much about changes with younger buyers. What's the market? Is it the same as always? Caroline: The market is strong at the moment; that's for sure. I will tell you the number of very, very fine quality, unenhanced, colored gemstones, there are not so many around, and those that are around are incredibly expensive. You can see that, in many cases, the younger generation can very easily be priced out. They want a Burmese ruby, but to get a nice one, they have to have incredibly deep pockets. So, what we're seeing now is—and I'll carry on with rubies as an example—they're going to make concessions. They might say they want a Burmese ruby, but in order to afford one, they're going to take a heated Burmese ruby. So, they're getting a few of the things they want, but not everything. On the flip side of that, there's this wonderful source of rubies in Mozambique. People are now saying, “O.K., I can still have a beautiful ruby, but instead of it being from Burma, I'm going to get an equally beautiful one from Mozambique and it's going to cost me less.” It might not have the cachet of a Burmese ruby, but that's the direction they want to go in. We're seeing people look for alternatives in quite a saturated market. We're seeing that spinels are coming up now, and more people are really interested in spinels. They're realizing what fabulous colors they come in and what bright stones they are. I see that really taking off in the next five to 10 years. Already in the last five years, spinels have made big tracks into the market, and I see that continuing. I think the new generation of buyers is a little more open to different sources and different gemstones than perhaps the previous generation was. Sharon: I think open is a good word. I think it's broadened. It's not just emerald, sapphire, ruby, but spinels and padparadscha seem like the big ones. Caroline: Padparadschas are sapphires. They are stones that have a very specific combination of pink and yellow for a padparadscha. A beautifully colored padparadscha that is clean and unheated with an ideal origin is very desirable, as we say, very, very desirable. Sharon: Yes, so I hear. That's one I happen to hear about. The spinels have broadened the market. It seems that now people are more open. Caroline: I think they're much more open now. They're willing to look at different styles and different colors and different minerals and realizing it can be fun. It's a good alternative; it's not a bad alternative. Sharon: Right, and it may be the only viable alternative, in a sense. Caroline: I think many people are realizing that. Because, like I said, to get a high-quality, Burma, no-heat ruby, first you've got to find it and then you've got to acquire it. I would say that the vast majority of people—and this is a very small stone—they're going to find that to be difficult. Sharon: Yes, you're the one who would know. Thank you so much for talking with us today. It's very, very interesting. I appreciate it, and I hope you have everything you want come across your desk. Caroline: Thank you very much. It's been an absolute pleasure. Yes, I can't wait to do it again. Sharon: Thanks a lot, Caroline. Thank you again for listening. Please leave us a rating and review so we can help others start their own jewelry journey.

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Salt of the Earth

Meekness on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 30:00


A new MP3 sermon from Bradley's Pleasure Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Salt of the Earth Subtitle: Intangibles Speaker: Rick Stump Broadcaster: Bradley's Pleasure Baptist Church Event: Sunday - PM Date: 6/19/2022 Bible: Matthew 5:13 Length: 30 min.

Jewelry Journey Podcast
Episode 160 Part 1: The Intangible Beauty of Gemstones: Why Stones Draw Us In

Jewelry Journey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 25:28


What you'll learn in this episode: What characteristics make a gemstone special Why collectors usually have a few pieces that don't fit into the parameters of their collection Why old stones often have more charm than modern ones How to make trendy jewelry more timeless Which jewels have been the most memorable from Caroline's auction career About Caroline Morrissey Caroline Morrissey is Director and Head of Jewelry at Bonhams in New York. Her areas of expertise span diamonds and colored gemstones to 20th century jewelry. She has a particular interest in large white and colored diamonds. Since joining Bonhams in 2014, Caroline's exceptional sales include a diamond riviere necklace, which sold for $1,205,000 in June 2015; a diamond solitaire ring which sold for $1,807,500 in September 2017; and an unmounted Kashmir sapphire which sold for $1,244,075 in July 2020. Caroline discovered her passion for the jewelry business more than two decades ago, in a charming jewelry store in Edinburgh, Scotland, where she worked on weekends during high school. Her career started in the diamond industry in Antwerp, Belgium, and she has also held positions at the prominent luxury retailers Cartier and Leviev. Caroline studied a double major in Economics and Politics from the University of York, England. Photos: New York–Bonhams will present more than 200 jewels from the Estate of George and Charlotte Shultzon May 23, 2022, including more than 70 pieces from Tiffany & Co. Charlotte wore her jewels to receive Queen Elizabeth II, Pope John Paul II, and countless world leaders as San Francisco's chief of protocol for more than fifty years, serving ten mayors. She found her perfect match in George Shultz, a great American statesman who served as secretary of state under President Ronald Reagan and held four different cabinet positions under three presidents. Their personal collection will be featured in a dedicated sale at Bonhams New York that will celebrate their life of philanthropy and elegance. Below are a few photos of auction items.   Additional Resources: Bonhams Website Bonhams Instagram   Transcript: What makes a gemstone stand out from the rest? You can talk about color, shape and cut, but sometimes a stone inexplicably draws you in. That's the experience Caroline Morrissey has had many times as Director of the Jewelry Department for Bonhams in New York. She joined the Jewelry Journey Podcast to talk about the most memorable jewelry she's sold; why collectors shouldn't be too rigid about maintaining a specific theme for their collection; and what qualities make a gemstone special. Read the episode transcript here. Sharon: Hello, everyone. Welcome to the Jewelry Journey Podcast. This is a two-part Jewelry Journey Podcast. Please make sure you subscribe so you can hear part two as soon as it comes out later this week. Today, my guest is Caroline Morrissey, Director of the Jewelry Department for Bonhams, located in New York and around the world. Caroline's area of expertise spans diamonds and colored gemstones through 20th century jewelry, but her passion is large, white diamonds—she has a lot of company there—and colored diamonds. She's had a wide and varied jewelry career, which we'll hear about today. Caroline, welcome to the program. Caroline: Thank you so much. I'm so happy to be here. Sharon: So glad to have you. Tell us about your jewelry journey. Were you attracted to diamonds and gems when you were young—well, you're still young, but when you were a youth? Caroline: Yes, I was. I always enjoyed, probably more than the average child, my grandmother's jewelry. I was interested in it, but the big change for me came when a friend of mine—I grew up in Edinburgh in Scotland—his parents had a couple of jewelry stores. When I was 16, they asked if I would be able to help over the holiday period in December, just with small bits of jewelry and to run any errands and so on. I did, and I loved it. I wanted to learn more, so I ended up staying as a Saturday girl and working through my summers until I graduated high school. It was during this that I realized there was more to a diamond engagement ring; there was more to a piece of jewelry. It meant something to the buyers. There was more than the just the stone behind it. Where did it come from? What was its journey? What was its quality compared to others? That never left me, and that experience put me on my journey to where I am now. It was wonderful. Sharon: When you were talking about the story behind the stone, were you starting to differentiate the stone from the entire piece of jewelry? Caroline: At that age, I realized that not all old diamonds were the same. To sell an engagement ring was a learning curve. It was about the piece of jewelry, but it was also about the clients. In many cases, it was actually about the client's person who they loved. You didn't necessarily meet that person, but it was going to be a specific piece of jewelry that was bought for this person. It really brought to light how personal it was. Pieces of art that are not jewelry, they might sit above your mantlepiece, but you don't wear them. I think that is the difference for me with jewelry. It's so very, very personal. Sharon: Would you say the personal aspect applies to jewelry in general as opposed to anything else? Caroline: I would, because people acquire jewelry in different ways. Any jewelry that has been passed down from a member of their family is personal for reasons that are different. But that piece of jewelry that you've bought for yourself, there's a reason why you've bought it. The same again if somebody close, whether it's a partner or a child or a friend, gives you a piece of jewelry. All of these different ways of acquiring jewelry are very personal. It goes to other people, but the journey is like a charm bracelet. The charms can be very personal to one person, but the next person might still be interested in that charm bracelet for different reasons. That continuing, varying personal connection with jewelry, for me, is quite unique in the collecting field. Unlike other pieces of art, you actually wear it, and you have to like it to wear it. It sometimes needs to mean something to you to wear it as well. Sharon: You must find a lot of that personal aspect at Bonhams, being able to tie one piece to a person to sell it. I mean that in a nice way, in terms of how to draw out what their story is and then be able to connect it. Caroline: Absolutely. Everyone has their own story, whether it's from a selling point of view or a buying point of view. It's an amazing opportunity to be able to connect with those people and understand what is behind them wanting to do a certain thing, whether it's to sell or to buy, and to understand what is important to them. We can say, “You should be interested in this piece of jewelry or this stone for this particular reason,” and that may well be true in the grand scheme of things, but people personally can have different reasons. There's nothing wrong with that. We are all attracted to different colors, different textures, for our own reasons. I think jewelry really shows different personalities and different trends, and it can also change. I'm always surprised by bits of jewelry that I like that might not necessarily be a standard for me, but it's O.K. to deviate from that. Something is appearing that's not necessarily something I can explain, if that makes sense. Sharon: Yes. How does all this tie to Bonhams? How does it tie to the auction market? As pieces come across your desk, do they talk to you? Caroline: Some talk really loudly in negative ways and positive ways, but mostly positive. I think one of the reasons I enjoy auction is that it's a real opportunity to see the best of the best. I say that with honesty because I don't think one can really appreciate the most spectacular pieces of jewelry and gemstones without fully comprehending that not every piece is of that same caliber, and that there are ones that really stand out. It affords me the ability to see pieces made yesterday and pieces made 150-200 years ago. You can see what was in vogue 70 years ago versus what is now, what colors, what gemstones, what shapes, what styles. Together with the variety in jewelry comes the huge variety in people that have owned them or bough the jewelry. I'm a people person, and it's amazing to hear people's stories, people's situations, people's needs, and tie that all together with jewelry. You get a greater level of understanding of what will make them happy and what jewelry is doing in their lives right now. Sharon: As a professional, how does Bonhams fit into all this? How does it fit into the whole auction market, as opposed a Doyle, a Christie's, a Sotheby's, that sort of thing? Where does Bonhams fit into all that? Caroline: First of all, at Bonhams we have more than 50 jewelry auctions a year throughout the world, which is a lot. One of the great things is that we offer pieces at almost every single price point, so there are no barriers to buy jewelry at Bonhams. There's going to be something for everybody. For somebody who's looking to sell, we have the ability to take an entire estate or an entire collection. We're not going to come in and just take the top lots; it's going to be a one-source solution for the entire collection, and that can be really helpful. On the other side of that, it affords the buyer a huge variety within a collection to browse through and see what works for them at Bonhams. I like to view Bonhams as being a boutique auction house. We have the ability to work with clients from the beginning to the end of their journey and put together something for them that is unique and custom and will work with their situation. It's not cookie cutter. In some ways that could create a little more work, but it's the end result that matters. There's something wonderfully satisfying to meet clients on the first day of their inquiry and to shake their hands at the end of a successful sale. Being there to answer all of the questions and travel down the road together is very, very satisfying, and it's a privilege. Sharon: Is that your role there? Are you called in when somebody says, “I need the big guns on this”? How does that work? Caroline: Yes, sometimes. It's very collaborative here, so we work together. But, sure, I have a level of expertise where sometimes I can come in and give my opinion with other members of staff. It depends on the situation. There are some people where their situation is very straightforward and other people where it's not straightforward at all. Some people can make decisions quickly; some people need extra time. There's no right or wrong. I can't say I do it with everybody, but I have a lot of clients that I deal with directly myself, and it is a true pleasure to go from the beginning to the end. Most people who deal with jewelry in New York at Bonhams will come across my place at some point in their journey here. Sharon: It must be satisfying to have pieces of jewelry come across your desk and then call a client you've worked with in the past and say, “You have got to see this piece.” Caroline: Absolutely. Sharon: Do you find that's something you end up doing quite a bit? How does that work? Caroline: We've got a sale coming up next week, and we have some very interesting pieces in it. This doesn't happen every day with every sale, but certainly with the pieces in this particular one. We have a beautiful emerald bracelet. It's an amazing opportunity for me to call some of my clients and say, “You have to see this. I know you're going to be interested in it. Whether or not you end up as the final buyer, even if you don't bid, it is fabulous enough for you to make the effort to come see it with your own eyes. If you're interested in jewelry, this is something you have to see.” I don't always have that opportunity, but that's what I've been doing this week and last week with this particular piece. It's nice to see everybody come together and to hear their opinions. At the end of the day, everyone has their own opinions, but in most cases we agree. It's nice to get people to come out of the woodwork for something special. Sharon: Coming out of the woodwork, that must be very satisfying. In reading about you and from what I've been told about your background, it sounds like your expertise is jewelry, but especially gems themselves, the colored diamonds, the diamonds. Is that the case? Caroline: Yes, I have to just admit to it and say yes. I started off my career proper in Antwerp, Belgium in the diamond business. I looked at so many diamonds in my training there that I think there would have been something wrong if I hadn't fallen head over heels in love with diamonds. There's something to me that's special about stones, and not just diamonds, but colored stones. To me, they all have a personality; they all have a charm. I love how the different facets, the different colors, the different shapes all can combine to produce something absolutely wonderful. In many cases, it combines to make something not so wonderful, or they're close to being perfect but not quite. Then it requires you to think, “Who can help get this stone to the next level?” because there might be a buyer out there who could make something a bit more perfect or a bit more desirable. That's not to say I don't love jewelry. I truly do, but if I had to choose, holding a really special gemstone in my hands without a mounting is always going to be a thrill for me. Sharon: When you say a really special gemstone, what's making it special? The cut, the color, everything? Caroline: Where do I begin? It's going to be a little bit of everything. Obviously, it depends on exactly what gemstone we're talking about, but to keep things relatively simple, the shape and the cut of the stone is one of the most important things because that is what your eye sees the moment it lays eyes on the stone. The next thing is going to be color. If you think of a ruby, you think of red. So, you want the overall appearance of any ruby you see to be red. That sounds like a very simple request, for lack of a better word, but not all rubies are as red as you want them to be. That doesn't make them inferior in the grand scheme of things, but it does alter how your brain processes that. Then within that color, how soft is the color, how clean is the stone when you're taking a closer look, how old is the stone? In many cases, some of the most charming stones were cut 100 or 150 years ago. I have this joke in my head that the lack of technology when it comes to cutting stones can sometimes result in a superior stone. I think today we have all these wonderful techniques and technology to make everything perfect, but sometimes what they did with their bare hands and their eyes a hundred years ago can make a stone even more perfect than you can make today. Maybe perfect is the wrong word; maybe charming. But so many old stones are full of character that is rare to see today. Sharon: It takes somebody who really appreciates the stone to see what you're saying. I look at a stone and I see a stone, unless it's really—for example, this weekend somebody showed me a ring from the 40s with citrine. It was not a good citrine; it was too light. I knew it was way too light, but I'm looking at something from a real simplistic perspective. If it was an emerald, I'd say, “Oh, it's green to me.” Do you see green in a ruby? Is that what you were saying? Caroline: Oh no, I'm just saying that a ruby is technically red, but there's pinkish red; there's purplish red. I have to say that even for somebody whose profession isn't looking at gemstones in the way I do, I do think that somebody who is interested in gemstones and jewelry—for example, my father is an architect, so he's got an eye for design and details. You would be surprised at how much the naked eye just looking at something will tell you. I reckon that if I lined up some stones, probably a lot of laymen could look at them and point out the best stone because in many ways, you're just drawn to it. You might not be able to articulate exactly why you're drawn to it, but you will just be drawn to it. That's another reason why I love these stones. You can't always get to the nuts and bolts of exactly why. There's just something that is appealing to you. Sharon: You used the word charming a couple of times. What makes a stone charming? Caroline: Oh, wow! What makes a stone charming to me? Well, the old style of cutting, which is—and I don't want to get too technical—but big facets, a big, open stone. Usually, they have soft edges versus straight edges, soft corners. If it's in a piece of jewelry, the mounting is most likely going to be something simple which brings your eyes to the center of the stone, versus so much detail or clunkiness that you sometimes see in today's mountings. Also, a lot of modern mountings try very hard. Old mountings don't try as hard. They let the stone sing for itself, and I think it's that perfect balance that can make a stone on a piece of jewelry charming. Sharon: Do you have collectors who collect jewelry because of the stone? Do you have stone collectors? Caroline: Sure, I suppose people who buy at auction appear in all shapes and forms. You never know exactly why they're buying something, but I think you have your jewelry collectors, and you have your stone people. Those guys are fairly easy to differentiate between, but then you have a pool of collectors for whom the stones and the jewelry belong together. Both of them need to be correct, if that makes sense. You could have this fabulous old diamond, but it's only fabulous if it's in the original mounting. Even if it's not a particularly exquisite mounting, it is in its original mounting, so the two work together as a piece. For those people, it might be a big collection they're working towards, or it might not be. It might be something they're going to wear occasionally, and they have statement pieces of jewelry that appeal to them. I always like to try and work out why people are buying certain things and what their end goal is, but as long as they're enthusiastic about the piece and it talks to them, then I'm not sure anything else matters. Sharon: Don't you at least have to have a sense of why it's talking to them so you can identify other things? So you can talk to them about what's talking to them, basically? Caroline: Sure, but I don't know if it's necessarily always specific. If somebody is interested in important colored stones, I will make sure to keep them on my radar for important pieces that come in. But they might turn around and say, “I'm not really interested in emeralds unless they are such and such.” I think you can get a lot of information from people to help them with furthering their collection or help them with what they want to do with an existing collection, but with the jewelry world certainly—and I can't speak to any other field—I do like to think that if something special comes along, be it a piece of jewelry or a gemstone or a combination of both, it doesn't necessarily need to fit into what they have or what they think they want. It's like a wild card or a curve ball. It might just be the right thing at the right time, and they might have been in the industry long enough to know that some things are really rare, and this is an opportunity. I guess it is my role to keep those doors open. I don't necessarily need to know too specifically what somebody is interested in because I don't not want to contact them about something just because it falls slightly outside those parameters. If somebody has a level of understanding and a passion, they might be open to all sorts of options, and some jewelry items don't come around that often. Like I said before, even if it's just, “Come and look and touch and handle and see that color with your own eyes,” it can be worth it. That can allow somebody to follow their own jewelry journey, even if they're not adding it specifically to their own personal collection. Sharon: That's a really good point. As long as I've been doing this, I've never ascertained what I collect. I just collect things I like. Caroline: Absolutely, and it's hard to articulate that. Also, just like styles and fashions, things come in sets. You might like something in one period of your life and change to something else. I currently have a little bit of a love affair with the late Deco, early retro jewelry period. This took me by storm a couple of years ago. It was a couple of pieces of jewelry that came in and landed on my desk, and I couldn't take my eyes off of them. It was very out of character from what I normally like. I don't know if it will last, but that's why I never want to impose too many parameters because you never know what might take your fancy.

Meekness on SermonAudio
Intangibles

Meekness on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 23:00


A new MP3 sermon from Bradley's Pleasure Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Intangibles Subtitle: Intangibles Speaker: Rick Stump Broadcaster: Bradley's Pleasure Baptist Church Event: Sunday - PM Date: 6/12/2022 Bible: Matthew 5:1-12 Length: 23 min.

Saturday Mornings with Joy Keys
Joy Keys chats Author C. J. Washington

Saturday Mornings with Joy Keys

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 37:00


C. J. Washington is a data scientist and writer. He has a master's degree in computer science from the Georgia Institute of Technology and lives in Atlanta, Georgia, with his wife and daughter. The Intangible is his first novel.

FarCast|فارکست
فرصت رشد دارایی‌های نامشهود

FarCast|فارکست

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 36:43


فرصت رشد دارایی‌های نامشهود به نظر شما رشد اقتصادی قرن بیستم یک استثناء بوده یا قاعده؟ در حالی که برخی از اقتصاددانان بزرگ معتقدند نباید منتظر رشد اقتصادی مشابه قرن بیستم در آینده باشیم؛ دو اقتصاددان صاحب‌نام اخیراً کتابی را نوشته‌اند و بر این باورند که اگر سرمایه‌گذاری در سرمایه‌های نامشهود تقویت شود، تکرار رشد اقتصادی قرن بیستم دور از دسترس نیست. اکونومیست ۲۱ مه مقاله‌ای را با عنوان «Investing in Intangibles» در صفحه ۷۳ منتشر کرده و ضمن آسیب‌شناسی مختصری از دلایل ضعف سرمایه‌گذاری در دارایی‌های نامشهود، توصیه‌هایی را برای هدایت منابع مالی به سمت این سرمایه‌ها پیشنهاد کرده است. در این گفتار از فصل سوم فارکست هفتگی با خانم دکتر امینه محمودزاده در مورد این موضوع گفتگو کردیم. میزبان: محمد امین نادریان مدیر هنری: علی نقیبی تدوین: محمد اسماعیل نوایی گرافیک: نعیمه وجدانی فخر بیتا امین‌پور در شبکه‌های اجتماعی با فارکست همراه شوید. https://zil.ink/daneshgoo

For Reading Out Loud
Anna Katharine Green, An Intangible Clue

For Reading Out Loud

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 47:20


The game's afoot. Introducing Violet Strange, debutante and discreet criminal investigator, in Anna Katharine Green's “An Intangible Clue.”

Investor Connect Podcast
Startup Funding Espresso -- Justifying a Startup Valuation

Investor Connect Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 2:00


Justifying a Startup Valuation Hello, this is Hall T. Martin with the Startup Funding Espresso -- your daily shot of startup funding and investing. Startup valuations differ from standard valuations in that they don't solely rely on expected cash flows, book value, or other tangible aspects of the business. Intangibles such as quality of the team, intellectual property, product status, and customers are the driving factors. Most angel investors want 25% of the equity for an initial round of investment. In addition, they want to have a say in the business through a board of directors or advisory role. To justify your startup value, focus on articulating the values that are already in the business as follows: Highlight the team you have built so far and their experience. Show what the team is doing to make the company successful. Show the current product development and highlight what has been done so far. Outline the intellectual property you have, including provisional patents.  Make sure you file your provisional patents in advance of launching a fundraise so you can point to having patent-pending technology. Always note customers even if they are not yet paying for your product.   If you do have some revenue use it to prove market validation showing customers will pay for it.  Customer involvement will generate a higher valuation.  If you cannot sell the proposed valuation for the raise, consider cutting the fundraise target in half.   While the valuation will be the same, the risk will appear lower. Thank you for joining us for the Startup Funding Espresso where we help startups and investors connect for funding.Let's go startup something today. ___________________________________ For more episodes from Investor Connect, please visit the site at:   Check out our other podcasts here:   For Investors check out:   For Startups check out:   For eGuides check out:   For upcoming Events, check out    For Feedback please contact info@tencapital.group    Please , share, and leave a review. Music courtesy of .

Social Science Bites
Jonathan Haskel on Intangibles

Social Science Bites

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 17:35


The knowledge economy. Intellectual property. Software. Maybe even bitcoin. All pretty much intangible, and yet all clearly real and genuinely valuable. This is the realm where economist Jonathan Haskel of Imperial College London mints his own non-physical scholarship. “In the old days,” relates the co-author of Capitalism without Capital: The Rise of the Intangible Economy, “the assets of companies, the sort of secret sauce by which companies would generate their incomes and do their services for which they're employed for, was very tangible-based. These would be companies with lots of machines, these would be companies with oil tankers, with buildings, with vehicles to transport things around. Nowadays, companies like Google, like Microsoft, like LinkedIn, just look very different.” And that difference, he explains to interviewer David Edmonds in this Social Science Bites podcast, is knowledge. “What they have is knowledge,” says Haskel, “and it's knowledge assets, these intangible assets, which these companies are deploying.” Intangible investments, as you might expect, have different properties than do tangible ones. Haskel dubbed them the four S's: Scale. Once you have a handle on a successful intangible, like software, that can generally scale up without more capital spending; Sunk Costs. These are invested costs you can't get back, such as the costs of developing software; Spillovers. Aspects of your intangibles that others can copy or adopt for themselves; and Synergies. “If you put all these intangibles together,” he explains, “you get more than the sum of the parts.” Meanwhile, intangibles help keep modern economies humming – we think. “Accountants and statistical agencies are quite reluctant to measure intangibles because it's -- intangible. It's a rather difficult thing to get at; these are often goods that aren't traded from one person to another …” Part of Haskel's research effort is to quantify how much investment in intangibles is going on “behind the scenes,” which fits in with other interests of his such as re-engineering how gross domestic product gets measured. Businesses are now spending more on intangibles then on tangibles: Haskel's work reveals that for every monetary unit companies spend on tangible assets, they spend 1.15 on intangible ones. In addition to serving as a professor at the Imperial College Business School, Haskel is director of the Doctoral Programme at the Imperial. He is an elected member of the Conference on Research in Income and Wealth and a research associate of the Centre for Economic Policy Research, the Centre for Economic Performance, LSE, and the IZA, Bonn. Haskel has been a non-executive director of the UK Statistics Authority since 2016 and an external member of the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee since 2019.

Betfair
Football... Only Bettor | Episode 186 | All About the Intangibles | Champions League Final Special

Betfair

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 45:39


It's a Champions League special this week, as Kevin Hatchard teams up with a stellar cast of Mark Stinchcombe, Emmet O'Keeffe and Jason Murphy to bring you all the best bets and insight ahead of the UCL final between Liverpool and Real Madrid. Also in this week's show is a look ahead to the Championship Playoff Final between Huddersfield and Nottingham Forest. For all the latest tips & insight on football head to betting.betfair.com/football/

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Umano
Intangibles

Umano

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 29:12


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The Circle of Slime
Mr. Intangible

The Circle of Slime

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 23:59


What's up Circle! Join us today as we talk game 4 of the eastern conference finals. Were a man short but a special guest comes in and holds it down. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/circleofslime/support

Her Life By Design
Dating and Relationship Advice from Professional Matchmaker Maria Avgitidis

Her Life By Design

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 62:25


We're venturing into an avenue that we haven't really explored on Her Life By Design in the past. In this episode, we're talking all about dating, love, and relationships. And Maria Avgitidis from Matchmaker Maria, the Ask a Matchmaker podcast, and Agape Match, is here to help us answer all our burning relationship questions.   Maria shares how her matchmaking process work, including how she determines potential matches. She shares her advice on the best questions to ask potential matches if you're on online dating apps, and the intangible green flags you should be on the lookout for on your first date. Maria also explains the different phases of love to us along with tips for cultivating a deeper love, leading to a successful relationship. From attachment styles to dating app fatigue, Maria's here to drop her wisdom of all things dating, love, matchmaking, and relationships.   Timestamps: How Maria became a matchmaker [4:16] Is matchmaking right for you and how Maria's matchmaking works [13:49] How Maria determines a potential match [22:40] Great questions to ask your matches if you're on online dating apps [27:54] Intangible green flags to look for on your first date [37:41] The different phases of love [42:01] Tips for cultivating a deeper love and a successful relationship [44:11] How to sus out your own attachment style [47:08] Are people getting dating app fatigue and tips for meeting people in person [51:28]   Resources: https://www.instagram.com/matchmakermaria/  https://agapematch.com/join-database/ 

Outside the Lines
Intangibles in Tennis: What are They and How to Use Them

Outside the Lines

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 33:56


Intangibles are any qualities that impact a match that cannot be quantified with statistics. We contrast the statistical analysis of Carlos Alcaraz' strokes on Bob's Deconstructing Tennis website with the intangibles of attitude, effort, and communication. Concrete examples of how to better use your intangibles are provided.

Pretty Little Tribe
Mental Health in Fertility with Christie Rocha

Pretty Little Tribe

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 30:42


In this week's episode of the Pretty Little Tribe Podcast, we are joined by Christie Rocha. Christie is the host of Sass Says, a podcast to guide women on how to heal, educate, and empower themselves through therapy and real-life stories of perseverance. She interviews mental health professionals, experts, coaches, and women who share her mission to debunk the stigmas and misconceptions about therapy and mental health.    Christie is known for asking the “but how” questions so that her listeners walk away from each episode with actionable steps on what to do next when it comes to relationships, motherhood, body image, ambition, and what she calls, the Intangible. Self-care is also a hot topic on her show.   If you enjoyed this episode of the Pretty Little Tribe Podcast, make sure you rate us five stars wherever you're listening, and we'll see you next week!    Find Emil: IG: @sasssays Website: https://sasssays.com/  Podcast: https://sasssays.com/sass-says-podcast/    Follow us on Instagram! @prettylittletribe Music:  Miss Summer by Roa Music | https://soundcloud.com/roa_music1031 Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en_US

Capitalisn't
The Intangible Economy with Jonathan Haskel + Roe v Wade & Corporate America

Capitalisn't

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 56:46 Very Popular


What do lighthouses, the wheelie suitcase, Harry Potter, and Wikipedia have in common? They showcase the progressive evolution towards investment in the "intangible economy": one prioritizing knowledge, relationships, design, reputation, and other internal organization over physical assets. Jonathan Haskel is Professor of Economics at Imperial College (London) and the co-author of a new book "Restarting the Future: How to Fix the Intangible Economy". Bethany and Luigi sit down with Haskel to discuss the characteristics and consequences of this economy, its value to society, the system of rewards and incentives behind it, and the role for government in regulating it. They also discuss the leaked Supreme Court memo on Roe v. Wade and the extent to which corporate America should be weighing in on political debates. (49:46)

Wet Fly Swing Fly Fishing Podcast
WFS 320 - Casting Forward and Women's Fly Fishing with Madison Lauterbach - Ms Mayhem

Wet Fly Swing Fly Fishing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 56:29


Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/320 Presented By: Trxstle, Bearvault, Angler's Coffee, Jackson Hole Fly Company Sponsors: https://wetflyswing.com/sponsors Madison Lauterbach, founder and editor of Ms. Mayhem, is here today to talk about their movement to empower women, oppressed individuals, marginalized people, etc. - all those people who are struggling to fit in any industry. In a project called Casting Forward, they produced 5 short films covering topics and issues such as women's fly fishing, conservation, climate change, safety, and inclusion, featuring individuals who are impacting different industries inside and out. Their mission is to unite people in diversity and eliminate all forms of discrimination. This is definitely one of the must-listens and a great cause to take part in. Let's dive right in and hit that play button. Women's Fly Fishing Show Notes with Madison Lauterbach 04:30 - Madison was into snowboarding before she got into fly fishing 06:15 - Madison started Ms. Mayhem, a Denver based online news outlet, in May 2020 -they predominantly focus on stories about women in male-dominated industries, fields, and other marginalized communities 08:15 - Casting forward is the end product of what they referred to as the fly fishing project - it is a premier event and a digital journalism package. They're having this event on May 18, 2022, where they will showcase 5 videos that they produced 09:45 - The event will be in person but also available virtually 11:30 - Head over to msmayhem.com to check out more of what they have going that aren't seen in videos 16:00 - Madison talks about their video about women's safety called, Fishing in a Man's World 19:30 - Their first video is about 14 mins long and it's called, River Revolutionaries - about 3 women in the fly fishing industry that are making an impact inside and out and they cover women's gear as well 21:30 - Another video they have is about 12 mins long called, Intangible - talks about how women affect the climate change and conservation, and how they're passing education to the next generation 23:30 - Madison talks about scrapping the size chart 24:45 - Madison got an Adams Built waders for his friend and they fit great - Adams Built is doing some good things for the fly fishing community 26:30 - Shout out to the President and CEO of Adams Built, Mont Adams and a virtual high five to my buddy, Denis Isbister - he was on the podcast back in Feb 2020 27:30 - Madison talks about the amazing team they have at Ms. Mayhem 33:00 - Madison makes a point to start caring about other people that are facing oppression and have disabilities - make them feel they belong and always welcome 38:50 - We talk about the Scope of Inclusion - a 20 mins long video about marginalized people or groups out there, how they can get more involved in fly fishing and the outdoor community in general 44:15 - The fifth video is called, Past The Rack and is about 8 mins long - it's about the other side of the industry and more about women's gear, and their experience with finding gear that fits 47:55 - Madison shares a tip on connecting my kids to the outdoor in a way that enlightens them 50:00 - Madison gives a big shoutout to her team for the awesome work and dedication 51:55 - I mentioned the Jared from the Flylords Magazine - he was on the podcast at WFS 164 Women's Fly Fishing Conclusion with Madison Lauterbach Madison and the Ms. Mayhem team are doing great things for all communities around the world. Even if the issues they discuss do not directly affect us, we should still care because people are people and we all want to feel comfortable in whatever community we choose to belong to. This will benefit the next generation of people - our children and children's children. I know we hear this a lot but we really should start thinking about our actions - how it affects people around us and help a person out coming new to whatever industry we are in. That new person could be you, so how do you want to be welcomed? It's as simple as, treat others the way you want to be treated. Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/320

The Art of Awesome
Finding the Intangibles with Coach Evan Burk

The Art of Awesome

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 78:11


“Humble Enough to prepare and confident enough to preform.” Today I have the opportunity to learn and discuss the intangibles in athletics, coaching, parenting and life with Coach Evan Burk. Evan was the special teams coach in the NFL for the Miami Dolphins and shares his incredible story about coaching 4th grade football to coaching in the NFL only 6 years later. Coach Even Burk shares some incredible insight on what makes the best athletes and team and how we can use these these intangibles in our everyday life. I personally gained a ton of insight and I'm excited to share as I truly think there are some nuggets of gold here for everyone. Book Reference- The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz Book Reference- The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho Book Reference- Mindset by Carol Dweck Book Reference- Finding Intangibles by Evan Burk Twitter- @CoachEvanBurk Instagram- @CoachEvanBurk https://www.coachevanburk.com/ Please let me know what you think about this content with a rating or review on Apple Podcasts, or hit my up with a DM on Instagram @NickTroutmanKayak I would love to hear more about the subjects that you are most interested in, or any individuals that you would like me to interview. Thanks for listening, Nick Troutman

Give Grief A Chance
Intangible Loss

Give Grief A Chance

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 10:51


How can you heal something if you can't identify it? This week's podcast is all about intangible losses, which are things like loss of safety, loss of trust, loss of security, loss of freedom. And, if you've experienced any of these types of loss you'll know that just because it's an intangible loss doesn't mean it isn't real and painful.  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/diane81/message

Elev8 Podcast
Elev8 Episode 88 Finding Intangibles with Evan Burk

Elev8 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 30:41


Buy the Book Finding Intangibles Follow Evan on Twitter & Instagram  Visit Evan's website for more! 

The Meb Faber Show
#411 – Kai Wu, Sparkline Capital – Investing in Innovation, Intangible Value, & Web3

The Meb Faber Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 93:11


Today's guest is Kai Wu, founder and CIO of Sparkline Capital, an investment management firm applying state-of-the-art machine learning and computing to uncover alpha in large, unstructured data sets. In today's episode, we're talking about two topics that are important for investors to understand in 2022 – intangibles and innovation. Kai shares how he uses machine learning to track things like brand equity, human capital, network effects, and IP to measure the intangible value of each firm (and how he implements this through his ETF, ITAN). Then he shares why his research leads him to believe value is not dead.    Finally, we talk about his most recent paper about investing in innovation, a popular investment theme that's under scrutiny as of late.  Kai shares why he believes the current drawdown is not driven by pure innovation but by a selloff in expensive unprofitable stocks. ----- Follow Meb on Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube For detailed show notes, click here To learn more about our funds and follow us, subscribe to our mailing list or visit us at cambriainvestments.com ----- Interested in sponsoring the show? Email us at Feedback@TheMebFaberShow.com ----- Past guests include Ed Thorp, Richard Thaler, Jeremy Grantham, Joel Greenblatt, Campbell Harvey, Ivy Zelman, Kathryn Kaminski, Jason Calacanis, Whitney Baker, Aswath Damodaran, Howard Marks, Tom Barton, and many more.  ----- Meb's invested in some awesome startups that have passed along discounts to our listeners. Check them out here! 

Miss ADVENTUROUS
Calling It In: Steps To Bringing Intangible Qualities Into Your Life

Miss ADVENTUROUS

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 25:23


When calling something intangible in your life, like confidence, security or safety; there are some sure-fire ways to do it and feel good in the process of doing it. Take a listen to this episode to find out how.|Tiffany is a Plant Medicine & Microdose Enthusiast, a Medicine woman and Spiritual Speaker. She's passionate about helping others find a state of homeostasis within themselves and equipping them with daily spiritual practices to help them stay there. In other words, finding that happy place within yourself and doing what you can to stay there. |She regularly hosts Breathwork at the Tara Hall in Adelaide, South Australia and facilitates conscious connection with open-minded souls. She also guides others on their microdosing journeys and is a trained Trauma Informed Plant Medicine Facilitator. |If you'd like to learn more about her work please get in touch via her socials below:Prana Breathwork: https://www.facebook.com/PranaBreathworkADLInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/tiffany_rouge/~The wisdom of the Miss Adventurous Podcast is free but putting the podcast together takes time and effort. If you took something from this podcast, all that we ask is that you share it with a friend who might find it helpful too. By sharing what inspires you to make your life different can help make the world a different place.

80,000 Hours Podcast with Rob Wiblin
#128 - Chris Blattman on the five reasons wars happen

80,000 Hours Podcast with Rob Wiblin

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 166:50


In nature, animals roar and bare their teeth to intimidate adversaries - but one side usually backs down, and real fights are rare. The wisdom of evolution is that the risk of violence is just too great. Which might make one wonder: if war is so destructive, why does it happen? The question may sound na

Building While Flying
Building a Brand for the Intangible - with Adam Mizel and Chris Swanson, Co-Founders of US United

Building While Flying

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 39:26


Adam Mizel and Chris Swanson are two of the founders of US United. They're working to become the voice of unity and spark action in the process. US United is a not-for-profit whose mission is to build the brand to rally all who share their belief in unity as the path forward. US United provides the infrastructure necessary to disrupt discord and build movement.   In this episode of Building While Flying, Adam and Chris join Mickey Cloud to talk about what it means to build a brand for unity, the early stages of building an US United platform and the importance of brand. They also dive into the power of simple ideas, capitalizing on a viral moment, and which skills transfer across all industries.  If you're looking to be the change you'd like to see, head over to the US United Website. In-flight topics: Simple Ideas Standing up in a moment Capitalizing on virality Creating a roadmap to ignite action Getting people to care about a cause Skills that transcend industry Connect with US United: US United website: https://www.us-united.org/ US UnitedInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/US_United_Org/ US United on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/USUnitedOrg Black & Blue Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/black-blue-podcast/id1532617483

Master Mind, Body and Spirit
Matt Wenning: The Keys to Superhuman Strength, Wellness, & Success

Master Mind, Body and Spirit

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 77:17


Matt Wenning is one of the only lifters on the planet to hold all time world records raw and equipped. He was one of the top lifters in his classes for over 15 years dominating nearly every federation in powerlifting   Help us fight censorship! Get immediate access to exclusive and censorship free content by donation or free by becoming a member here