Hemant Taneja (@htaneja), managing partner at General Catalyst and author of Intended Consequences, joins Anne Dwane and Village Global's newest partner, Prateek Alsi, to discuss:- What responsible innovation is and how tech can do good in the world using the framework.- How founders should think about responsible innovation at the earliest stages of a company.- The importance of thinking from first principles. - Lessons from the creation process of the companies Hemant has been involved in.- A better alternative to “move fast and break things.”- Which areas he excited about investing in, including healthcare and India.Thanks for listening — if you like what you hear, please review us on your favorite podcast platform. Check us out on the web at www.villageglobal.vc or get in touch with us on Twitter @villageglobal.Want to get updates from us? Subscribe to get a peek inside the Village. We'll send you reading recommendations, exclusive event invites, and commentary on the latest happenings in Silicon Valley. www.villageglobal.vc/signup
Evolving technology—not to mention evolving norms in Silicon Valley—has sparked fierce debate about online speech. Are social media platforms too powerful? Do their content moderation policies strike a good balance between free speech and healthy conversation? Should the government get involved in policing disinformation? In this episode, we home in on how the American Right views these issues. Nate Hochman, an ISI fellow at National Review, and Rachel Altman, TechFreedom's director of digital media, join the show to discuss the federal government's new “Disinformation Governance Board,” Elon Musk's planned acquisition of Twitter, and what conservative political philosophy might tell us about how to approach content moderation. For more, see Nate's recent piece at National Review Online: “Elon Musk's Town Square.”
Seinfeld Podcast Interview With Seinfeld Writer Dan O'Keefe. We welcome Dan O'Keefe. Dan was a Writer on Seinfeld for Seasons 8 and 9. He is credited with writing six episodes, including “The Blood” and “The Strike.” Dan was a Writer and Producer on some of the most accomplished and well-received shows on TV including, "Silicon Valley," "Veep," "The League," and "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno." Follow Dan: https://twitter.com/djok_er We talk in-depth with Seinfeld guest stars, cast, crew, and writers. Hear the stories about your favorite Seinfeld scenes from those who were there. This Podcast Is Making Me Thirsty is a podcast dedicated to Seinfeld, the last, great sitcom of our time. We are the World's #1 Destination for Seinfeld Interviews. We talk to those responsible for making Seinfeld the greatest sitcom in TV history. Our guests are Seinfeld writers, Seinfeld actors and actresses and Seinfeld crew. We also welcome well-known Seinfeld fans from all walks of life including authors, entertainers, and TV & Radio personalities. We analyze Seinfeld and breakdown the show with an honest insight. We rank every Seinfeld episode and compare Seinfeld seasons. If you are a fan of Seinfeld, television history, sitcoms, acting, comedy or entertainment, this is the place for you. Official Website: http://www.seinfeldpodcast.com iTunes: https://apple.co/2RGC89m Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3tqDVh6 List of Podcast Episodes and Sponsors: https://bit.ly/3rn0PUp Seinfeld Episode Rankings: https://bit.ly/3ic8mEi Social: https://linktr.ee/ThisThirsty Twitter: https://twitter.com/ThisThirsty Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thisthirsty/ "This Podcast Is Making Me Thirsty" is The Place to Be for "Seinfeld" fans. We are the #1 destination for all things "Seinfeld," the last, great sitcom of our time. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thisthirsty/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thisthirsty/support
Real estate is evolving rapidly, but too many leaders are focused on solving yesterday's problems instead of anticipating tomorrow's. We hear a lot about tech disruption, and institutional buyers but no one has zeroed in on the most pivotal problem - the supply/demand imbalance in housing. What will this issue mean for real estate agents? How can leaders equip their teams for tomorrow's hurdles? In today's episode, we're joined by kwELITE's new team leader and CEO, Dakotah Smith. He talks about his journey. and what leaders need to be paying attention to right now.Guest BioDakotah Smith is a broker, entrepreneur and the CEO/Team Leader at kwELITE. Passionate about advancing the real estate industry, Dakotah has taught as a University Adjunct Professor (Real Estate Law and Real Estate Brokerage), is a Douglas County Planning Commissioner, and continues to serve on the Board of Directors for both the Omaha Area Board of Realtors and the regional MLS.) Prior to joining KW, Dakotah served as a business and sales strategy leader at Redfin. Before his career in real estate, Dakotah worked in Washington, DC on both federal and state legislative advocacy and political campaigns. Dakotah's previous roles have included Manager of Government Affairs in Bayer Corporation's DC Legislative Office as well as a Public Relations consultant with Consort Partners PR helping Silicon Valley-based tech startups achieve their press coverage and exposure goals. For more information follow @dakotahjsmith and email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What's the single best thing happening in technology right now? According to entrepreneur and venture capitalist Marc Andreessen, it's the ability to live in rural Wisconsin but still earn a Silicon Valley salary. Andreessen also explains to EconTalk host Russ Roberts why software is still eating the world, why he's an optimist, and why he's still bullish on Bitcoin and the blockchain.
Many large companies today have begun to adopt the principles of Lean Startup, a methodology first adopted among Silicon Valley tech startups in order to become more innovative and agile in implementing new products, services and business models. However large corporations are not just bigger versions of startups. My guest today, Jim Euchner has […] The post Overcoming Resistance To Innovation with Jim Euchner – #330 appeared first on James Taylor.
Episode #228 - Gorden arrived in the US from India as a college student. Now 15 years later, he owns 17 rental units that produce $5,000/month of cash flow and he is on his way to financial independence. Learn is story, how he got started with house hacking in the Bay Area, why he eventually invested in long distance rentals, how he finds good deals, and more. Companion Article: https://coachcarson.com/longdistancebayarea BiggerPockets Profile: https://www.biggerpockets.com/users/gordenlopes#0 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gordenlopes/ ________________________
Speedinvest was among the first European early-stage VC firms when its founders started to take Silicon Valley's getting-hands-dirty practices from their own entrepreneurs' journey to the Old Continent, said investor Andreas Schwarzenbrunner.Vienna-headquartered Speedinvest has invested in some 250 companies, including 20 investments in climate tech startups. The firm manages assets of about half a billion euros.**A few key takeaways from Andreas Schwarzenbrunner:**"I think there's a gap between the software digital-focused climate tech companies versus ones that are really into more development of new ideas, R&D, infrastructure, and hardware."**"I think there the investor scene needs to adapt because if you're serious about climate tech, and if you are serious about decarbonization, and reducing emissions, the investor scene, including us, has to realize that there is no way around hardware.At the end of the day, if you really look at the hard problems in climate tech, there are so many things that can't be solved otherwise. It's about reducing emissions when you use concrete and steel; it's about new ways of electrified mobility and charging infrastructure.If you look at energy storage and hydrogen solutions, there's no way around building the storage facilities and all those things. Investors need to adapt and realize that if you're serious about it, you have to tackle these problems."**"We also see that this climate tech is basically a maturing asset class ... you can see the rise of investors in climate tech, money that goes into that space. And for us, we also want to double down on this, and we want to continue to invest and even invest more in climate tech companies over the years to come."**
“Love what you do enough that you don't care about success.” If you're a fan of stand up comedy or gut busting television shows, you've witnessed the immense talent of this week's guest, Alice Wetterlund. With the drive and determination to be a performer at a young age, she found her footing during an Improv class after college. Through a combination of Open Mic Nights and Improv shows, Alice cut her teeth in comedy and quickly found commercial work. She chats with PWRP about paving her own career, embracing what you love, and keeping yourself grounded in the arts industry. You can catch her now as D'Arcy in SyFy's Resident Alien. SHOUTOUTS AND PROMOTIONS -Alicewetterlund.com -My Mama is a Human and So Am I
Many already believe that fostering an alt-protein industry in the US is important for helping the environment, but is it also going to protect American national security? We're already importing much of our clean energy tech from Asia, but will we soon be importing our clean protein from other parts of the world, too? Congressman Ro Khanna, a Democrat from California representing Silicon Valley, doesn't want that to happen. He's not only called on USDA to invest in alt-protein, he's recently introduced a bill in Congress calling on the Director of National Intelligence to submit an intelligence report on the effects of increased production and consumption of alternative proteins on American national security. The bill even calls for the DNI to explore whether, and to what extent, progress in the production and consumption of alternative proteins made by foreign countries like China constitutes a competitive threat to American economic interests.
On today's podcast, I am talking to someone who has completely changed the way I eat and understand food, diets and conditioned beliefs. I am so excited to introduce you to Jessie Inchauspé, also known as the Glucose Goddess. Jessie is on a mission to translate cutting edge science into easy advice to help people improve their physical and mental health through diet, eating and education. Jessie has changed the way millions understand their diet and they are feeling like new people because of it. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics from King's College London and a Master of Science degree in biochemistry from Georgetown University. Her work at a genetic analysis startup in Silicon Valley made her realise that the key to good health is more influenced by food habits over genetics. In her first globally bestselling book, Glucose Revolution, Jessie shares her startling discovery about the essential role of blood sugar in every aspect of our lives, from cravings to fertility to mental health and loss. This episode is full of so many nuggets of wisdom and I can't wait for you all to hear it! For more information on Jessie:Website: https://www.glucose-revolution.com/ Book: Glucose Revolution: The Life-Changing Power of Balancing Your Blood Sugar.Instagram: @glucosegoddess---Hosted by Poppy JamieProduced by Georgie RutherfordEdited by George Drake See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
A Shein não para de crescer com um modelo de negócio que se propõe a fazer roupa mais rápido que as chamadas fast-fashion. Mas o mundo não estava ficando mais sustentável? Sabia que só 3% dos homens brasileiros se acham feios? Pelo menos é isso que uma pesquisa da revista GQ mostra. A pergunta do ouvinte é sobre maioridade penal. No quadro Tudo Nosso X Nada Deles: piscina ou mar; shopping ou e-commerce. Pra encerrar, demos dicas culturais.Dicas Culturais:Ingressos a venda do Cirque du SoleilUma questão de vida e morte, de Irvin D. Yalom e Marilyn YalomTED do Bill Gates: https://emprc.us/Tmqbf1Shake your leg: Hot Dhamn Horn: https://emprc.us/sLXy8YOprah com Viola Davis, no Netflix.Autobiografia do Dráuzio Varela: O exercício da incertezaSidarta Ribeiro no Mano a ManoEvento Brazil at Silicon Valley.
Bob and Eric discuss Elon Musk's recent acquisition of Twitter. Will this mean a new era of Free Speech in Social Media? And is the new "Disinformation Governance Board" the Left's response to a politically independent billionaire purchasing a major social media platform?Special guests Mark Naughton, Julia, and CryptoLawyer of the "Two Feds & The Truth" Podcast join Bob and Eric to breakdown the political, cultural, and legal ramifications of the Department of Homeland Security overseeing free speech online.Sponsors:- Our Gold Guy - Talk to IRA about whether investing in gold is right for you. Let them know Bob & Eric sent you at http://ourgoldguy.com - Freedom First Coffee - Drink the coffee of Patriots. Use code MAGA for 10% off at http://freedomfirstcoffee.com
Parkinson's disease, is the fastest growing neurological disorder in the world. Over the past 25 years, the number of people with the condition has jumped from 3 million to over 6 million. In addition to impacting millions of lives and livelihoods, Parkinson's is poised to crush our healthcare system and our economy. This, while harmful pesticides and other toxic chemicals that contribute to Parkinson's surround us, disproportionally affecting our farmers, our veterans, and even those in Silicon Valley. The most effective treatment is now a half century old, yet research funding stagnates. In short, we're failing to stop a runaway train. Tune in as we talk with Dr. Ray Dorsey, co-author of the book, Ending Parkinson's: A Prescription for Action, about what needs to be done to stem the tide of rapidly increasing Parkinson's cases.
Dr. Spence Shipwrecks And Sunken Treasures Dr. Spence is an internationally known expert on shipwrecks and sunken treasures. His bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies was perhaps the first accredited academic degree ever awarded in the United States for any program in marine archaeology. He also received one of the first five doctorates (Doctor of Marine Histories, College of Marine Arts, 1972) ever awarded for marine archaeology anywhere in the world and he has long been considered one of the founding fathers of marine archaeology. His work has been funded by such institutions as the Savannah Ships of the Sea Museum, CRIL (the Caribbean Research Institute Ltd., Colombia, South America), the College of Charleston, the South Carolina Committee for the Humanities, and the National Endowment for the Humanities. In the early 1990s he served as Chief of Underwater Archaeology for Providencia Y San Andres, a 40,000 square mile archipelago in the Western Caribbean. He has authored more than two dozen books, and has served as an editor for a number of nationally distributed magazines. He is also an award winning cartographer and has published a number of maps and charts dealing with shipwrecks and treasure. Always an adventurer, Spence has traveled to a wide range of exotic places in the Far East, Europe, Central and South America. He has explored castles, palaces, shipwrecks, ancient ruins, secret tunnels, and subterranean and underwater caves. He has dived in the Great Lakes, the Atlantic, the Pacific, the Mediterranean, and the Caribbean. He has been shot at, buried in cave-ins, tangled in fishing nets, pinned under wreckage, run out of air, lost inside a wreck, and bitten by fish while pursuing his quests. Although Dr. Spence has discovered numerous historically significant shipwrecks, including the Civil War blockade runner Georgiana and the Confederate submarine Hunley, he hasn't only made discoveries underwater. He considers his identification of Charleston born banking and shipping magnate George Trenholm as the “Real Rhett Butler” to have been his most interesting non-shipwreck discovery. Trenholm's fleet of fast steamers earned today's equivalent of over one billion dollars running munitions, medicines, and merchandise through the Federal blockade. By the end of the Civil War, Trenholm was a major figure in the Confederate government. The United States actually charged Trenholm with treason and claimed he had made off with and concealed hundreds of millions in Confederate assets. Trenholm died without revealing his secrets. Spence is currently trying to uncover them. The State of South Carolina's claim of ownership to the Civil War submarine Hunley was based on Spence's 1970 discovery of that vessel and his subsequent gift of his salvage rights to it to the State. Spence's gift of his rights was made in September of 1995 at the official request of the Attorney General of South Carolina and the South Carolina Hunley Commission. In 2013, Dr. Spence announced his discoveries at Cape Romain of the 1894 wreck of the SS Ozama and the 1881 wreck of the SS United States. As an historian, Spence believes the biggest key to success on any expedition is the archival research that precedes it. Spence calls historical research “his drug of choice” and says, “In today's world, time is the most expensive part of a salvage expedition. Man-hours spent in the archives can cut hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of time from the field phase of most projects.”5/12/22 Sean Patrick Hazlett World War 3 Aftermath Sean Patrick Hazlett is an Army veteran and former captain, speculative fiction writer and editor, and finance executive in the San Francisco Bay area. He was born in Wilmington, Delaware, but trekked across the country to pursue an AB in history and BS in electrical engineering from Stanford University on an ROTC scholarship. He earned a Master in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government where he won the 2006 Policy Analysis Exercise Award for his work on policy solutions to Iran's nuclear weapons program under the guidance of future secretary of defense Ashton B. Carter. While at the Harvard Kennedy School, he worked on the Harvard-Stanford Preventive Defense Project. He also holds an MBA from the Harvard Business School, where he graduated with Second Year Honors.As a cavalry officer in the elite 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment, Seam trained various units for war in Iraq and Afghanistan. While at the National Training Center in the Mojave Desert, he became an expert in Soviet doctrine and tactics, leading a Motorized Rifle Battalion. He has also published a Harvard Business School case study on the 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment and how it exemplified a learning organization.Sean has worked in various roles in finance. He was an investment banker, an equity analyst covering industries ranging from cleantech to semiconductors to enterprise software. His seminal equity research report on the smart grid was cited in The Economist magazine. He has also worked in various corporate finance roles in Silicon Valley companies ranging from cybersecurity to hardware to enterprise software.Sean is a 2017 winner of the Writers of the Future Contest. Nearly fifty of his short stories have appeared in publications such as The Year's Best Military and Adventure SF, Year's Best Hardcore Horror, Robosoldiers, Worlds Long Lost, Terraform, Galaxy's Edge, Writers of the Future, Grimdark Magazine, Vastarien, and Abyss & Apex, among others. He is the editor of the Weird World War III and Weird World War.
In this episode, Ellen Grace Henson talks about ramping up your revenue with a cross-functional team. She is a business consultant and the founder and managing director of Marketing Mechanics. She helps executives and teams to have strategic conversations on what is at the core of their company– their customers. She aims to engage and align towards 100% customer satisfaction and business success. If you are a C-suite executive and you recognize that you're losing revenue, Ellen Grace Henson can help turn it around. Connect with her via https://www.linkedin.com/in/ellengracehenson/. You can also check out http://www.mktgmech.com/ for more information.Mitchell Levy is the Global Credibility Expert at AHAthat, the first AHA leadership (Thought Leadership) platform on the market for thought leaders, experts and companies to unleash their genius to the world. His passion is helping entrepreneurs, business owners and C-Suite Executives get known as thought leaders & become best-selling authors with the AHA platform. He is an accomplished entrepreneur who has created 20 businesses in Silicon Valley including four publishing companies that have published over 800 books. Mitchell is an international best-selling author with 60 business books, has provided strategic consulting to over 100 companies, has advised over 500 CEOs on critical business issues, and has been chairman of the board of a NASDAQ-listed company.Visit https://www.credibilitynation.com to learn more about the Credibility Nation community.Visit https://www.ahathat.com/author to learn how you can become an Amazon best-selling author in 4 months.
Photo: No known restrictions on publication. CBS Eye on the World with John Batchelor CBS Audio Network @Batchelorshow #ScalaReport. Layoffs in Silicon Valley. Chris Riegel, CEO Scala.com #Stratacache https://www.washingtonpost.com/technology/2022/05/10/tech-layoffs-stocks-down-global-chaos/
Did that title get your attention? It got Ryan's attention too when it came out of Steve Blank's mouth. If you're a War on the Rocks reader/listener, you've probably heard of him before. A successful entrepreneur, businessman, and veteran, Steve was one of the key architects of Hacking for Defense and, most recently, the Gordian Knot Center for National Security Innovation. And he is decidedly not optimistic about the state of U.S. defense innovation. In fact, he worries that the Defense Department's inability to innovate quickly and at scale might lead to defeat in a war against China. What about all these new entrants into the defense marketplace? Can the U.S. Defense Department be reformed before a catastrophe? And what are the stakes? Our guest answers these questions and more. And don't miss his tour de force presentation, "The Secret History of Silicon Valley."
About Suman Das and DDM Systems: Founder of DDM Systems, a Silicon Valley venture backed digital manufacturing company. Entrepreneur in the commercialization of disruptive technologies for additive manufacturing. Chair Professor of Advanced Manufacturing Systems at Georgia Tech with broad expertise in advanced and additive manufacturing techniques. Thirty years of experience in research, design, development, and optimization of additive manufacturing techniques for polymers, high temperature metals, ceramics, and composites with applications in aerospace turbine engines, resorbable implants for tissue regeneration, precision investment casting ceramic molds, polymer nanocomposites, and solid oxide fuel cells. Expert in equipment and process design, and process control for additive manufacturing. Materials processing expertise involving various lasers and length scales as well as large-area laser microfabrication and nanofabrication, maskless photopolymerization, and maskless lithography. Specialties: Direct Digital Manufacturing, Additive Manufacturing, 3-D Printing, Direct Part Manufacturing, Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Laser Microfabrication and Nanofabrication, Photopolymerization, Maskless Lithography, Rapid Prototyping, Design and Manufacturing, Lasers, Laser Materials Processing, Biomaterials, Biomedical Implants, Tissue Engineering, Aerospace materials and structures, Superalloys, Fuel Cells. Additive Manufacturing of Ceramics, Nickel-base Superalloys, Polymers and Polymer Nanocomposites. DDM Systems is an Atlanta-based additive manufacturing and 3D printing startup. The company was founded in 2012 by Suman Das and John Halloran to rapidly commercialize LAMP™and SLE™, two disruptive manufacturing technologies with immediate applications in the aerospace and industrial gas turbines sectors. Large Area Maskless Photopolymerization (LAMP™) is a breakthrough additive technology for the tool-less, on-demand and affordable direct digital manufacturing (DDM) of ceramic cores and integral-cored shell molds for investment casting of high-precision, high-performance turbine engine hot-section components such as airfoils. LAMP produced ceramic cores are fully compatible with current investment casting foundry practices. Scanning Laser Epitaxy (SLE™) builds upon over two decades of metal powder bed-based laser additive manufacturing experience and achieves a breakthrough in manufacture and repair of high-value turbine engine hot-section components made of non-weldable superalloys. SLE achieves controlled epitaxial deposition of equiaxed (EQ), directionally-solidified (DS) and single-crystal (SX) materials to produce fully dense, crack-free structures. This capability surpasses existing metal additive techniques. In response to the rapidly growing demand for both technologies, DDM Systems will deliver commercial systems in 2015.
Andy is a software engineer, designer, and researcher working on technologies that expand what people can think and do. In past lives he helped build iOS at Apple and led R&D at Khan Academy. Now as an independent researcher, his methods bridge the gap between academia and Silicon Valley.
Laura Crabtree (@llcrabbie), founder and CEO of Epsilon3, joins Lucas Bagno and Ian Cinnamon on this episode to discuss:- What she accomplished during her time at SpaceX and her journey to starting Epsilon3. - Whether the biggest contribution of SpaceX to the industry will be all the amazing people leaving to start their own space companies.- How to get into the space industry if you don't already have a background in it.- Why a company like Epsilon3 hasn't been built before.- The importance of being vulnerable as a founder.Thanks for listening — if you like what you hear, please review us on your favorite podcast platform. Check us out on the web at www.villageglobal.vc or get in touch with us on Twitter @villageglobal.Want to get updates from us? Subscribe to get a peek inside the Village. We'll send you reading recommendations, exclusive event invites, and commentary on the latest happenings in Silicon Valley. www.villageglobal.vc/signup
More than just a region, Silicon Valley has also become a concept — and what that concept represents means a lot of different things to different people. Some might think of it as a techno-utopian dreamland where billionaires are made. Others, perhaps a soul-sucking dystopia driven by a never ending rat race — also where billionaires are made. Whatever you may think, one thing that's hard to disagree with is the idea that work dominates Silicon Valley, and while some here are simply working to live, a certain privileged class of society actually lives to work. It's this class of workers that are the main characters in Carolyn Chen's new book: Work Pray Code: When Work Becomes Religion in Silicon Valley. Carolyn Chen is an Associate Professor of Asian American and Asian Diaspora Studies and Comparative Ethnic Studies at UC Berkeley. How has work become the new religion in Silicon Valley? What material and historical conditions led to the spiritualization of work? What strategies do workplaces deploy to ensure workers find meaning and purpose in work — and what other realms of life does this impact? What happens when work takes over the institutions that shape our souls? These are just some of the questions we'll explore in this conversation with Carolyn Chen. Thank you to Beck for the intermission music. Upstream theme music was composed by Robert. If you're interested in learning more about how spirituality is being deployed to create more docile, pliant workers, check out our conversation with Ron Purser on his book McMindfulness: How Mindfulness Became the New Capitalist Spirituality. Support for this episode was provided by the Guerrilla Foundation and by listeners like you. Upstream is a labor of love — we couldn't keep this project going without the generosity of our listeners and fans. Please consider chipping in a one-time or recurring donation at www.upstreampodcast.org/support Also, if your organization wants to sponsor one of our upcoming episodes, we have a number of sponsorship packages available. Find out more at upstreampodcast.org/sponsorship For more from Upstream, visit www.upstreampodcast.org and follow us on social media: twitter.com/UpstreamPodcast Instagram.com/upstreampodcast You can also subscribe to us on Apple Podcast and Spotify: Apple Podcast: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/upst…am/id1082594532 Spotify: spoti.fi/2AryXHs
Paul Paranormal In Green County Pennsylvania Born and raised in the corner of the Keystone State, Kevin Paul is no stranger to the lifestyle andspiritual beliefs of the Appalachian hills and hollows. His ancestors were among the first from Europe toset foot in what is now Greene County PA, and he was fortunate enough to hear not only their historybut folklore as well. The traditional and distinctive spiritual beliefs of Appalachia are an excellent lensthrough which to observe and focus upon the spirit world surrounding us.A lifetime of paranormal experiences led Kevin to examine the unexplored corners of his community andhas yielded unexpected rewards. He believes we live on and are part of an Interdimensional Earth thatincreasingly reveals itself to those who are sensitive to it or have opportunity and take time to look.Relying upon low tech methods, intuitive work, and research in place of electronics has revealed a rich,uncharted spirit world within Greene County--and no doubt your community as well--densely populatedby cryptids, apparitions, and unusual entities.Decades of farming and related agricultural pursuits have not only helped Kevin appreciate theconnection between paranormal events, people, and the land, but have kept him grounded as well.Sean Patrick Hazlett World War 3 Aftermath Sean Patrick Hazlett is an Army veteran and former captain, speculative fiction writer and editor, and finance executive in the San Francisco Bay area. He was born in Wilmington, Delaware, but trekked across the country to pursue an AB in history and BS in electrical engineering from Stanford University on an ROTC scholarship. He earned a Master in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government where he won the 2006 Policy Analysis Exercise Award for his work on policy solutions to Iran's nuclear weapons program under the guidance of future secretary of defense Ashton B. Carter. While at the Harvard Kennedy School, he worked on the Harvard-Stanford Preventive Defense Project. He also holds an MBA from the Harvard Business School, where he graduated with Second Year Honors.As a cavalry officer in the elite 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment, Seam trained various units for war in Iraq and Afghanistan. While at the National Training Center in the Mojave Desert, he became an expert in Soviet doctrine and tactics, leading a Motorized Rifle Battalion. He has also published a Harvard Business School case study on the 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment and how it exemplified a learning organization.Sean has worked in various roles in finance. He was an investment banker, an equity analyst covering industries ranging from cleantech to semiconductors to enterprise software. His seminal equity research report on the smart grid was cited in The Economist magazine. He has also worked in various corporate finance roles in Silicon Valley companies ranging from cybersecurity to hardware to enterprise software.Sean is a 2017 winner of the Writers of the Future Contest. Nearly fifty of his short stories have appeared in publications such as The Year's Best Military and Adventure SF, Year's Best Hardcore Horror, Robosoldiers, Worlds Long Lost, Terraform, Galaxy's Edge, Writers of the Future, Grimdark Magazine, Vastarien, and Abyss & Apex, among others. He is the editor of the Weird World War III
Ola tänker på tillvaron som ett Silicon Valley-designat poängsamlarspel apropå att han har sett tv-serien Severance och läst filosofen Justin EH Smiths bok ”The Internet is not what you think it is”. Liv pratar om varför politiker och andra tråkmånsar är på Elle-galan med hjälp av boken ”What is sexual capital?” av Eva Illouz…
For the last 30 years, the real world has been catching up to Neal Stephenson's vision of the future in his 1992 novel Snow Crash, which influenced the creators of Google Earth, Second Life, Oculus Rift and more. Now the centerpiece of the novel, a virtual world called The Metaverse, may become a daily part of our lives thanks to Facebook (renamed Meta) and other big tech companies. I talk with Meta's director of A.I. policy Kevin Bankston, Silicon Valley engineer Stephen Pimentel, Australian National University School of Cybernetics director Genevieve Bell, Yale professor Lisa Messeri, and Grace Ng of the DAO Crash Punks about whether it's a good idea to use a satirical cyberpunk novel as a blueprint for the future. Plus, actor Varick Boyd reads from Snow Crash. Our 200th Episode is coming up! We'd love to hear from you, especially if you have listened to Imaginary Worlds in a place that's evocative of imaginary worlds, or if a particular episode spoke to you and maybe inspired a creative work. Leave us a voice mail at 732-743-8255, and we might use your audio in the 200th episode. You can also send a voice memo to the show's Facebook or Instagram accounts. This episode is sponsored by Backblaze, VAST Horizon, and Squarespace. Our ad partner is Multitude. If you're interested in advertising on Imaginary Worlds, you can contact them here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Many regarded Jawbone as one of the pioneers in wearables. After making its mark as a Bluetooth headset maker, it pivoted to capitalize on the new and highly desirable fitness tracking market. This pivot and expansion into a hot new area allowed Jawbone to attract funding from top-tier Silicon Valley venture capital firms and helped them amass a world-class board that included Yahoo's CEO Marissa Mayer and Warner Music Group's COO Robert Wiesenthal. With all the funding in the place and the right team behind it, it seemed like Jawbone would be unstoppable. So how did a groundbreaking industry pioneer find itself entangled in corporate espionage, public embarrassment, and a string of unhappy customers? Get the full story on Episode 45 of The Great Fail.For full show notes please visit www.TheGreatFail.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Brought to you by Athletic Greens (https://athleticgreens.com/naeem)Brought to you by Swannies (https://naeemmahmood.com/swannies/)Brought to you by Whoop (https://naeemmahmood.com/whoop)Brought to you by Muse (https://mbsy.co/muse/naeem)
War doesn't always look like it used to, with just tanks, missiles, ships, and planes. It also takes place online, and observers in the West are becoming increasingly aware of the need to increase cyber defense capacities as authoritarian states like Iran and China rapidly advance. This poses important questions for democracies around the world: do open societies have more difficulty in mobilizing cyber defense than closed societies? And if so, why and what can be done to course correct? In this week's podcast we're pleased to feature special guest John Arquilla, co-founder of the Defense Analysis Department at the Naval Postgraduate School, and author of “Bitskrieg: The New Challenge of Cyberwarfare." In their discussion, Amsterdam and Arquilla explore these questions and discuss Arquilla's condemnation of U.S. leadership's lack of mobilization towards cyber defense. Arquilla argues that democracies have become canaries in a coal mine, as their reliance on cyber warfare mechanisms have been delegated to the market-based solutions of Silicon Valley and Boston area tech firms; and watered down legislation in government. Can the U.S. adopt a more nimble and effective approach to cyber warfare - or will authoritarian regimes continuing their rapid advances to gain the upper hand in cyber in the long run? Have a listen to the show and get in touch to let us know your thoughts.
Alyse Killeen is the founding Managing Partner of Bitcoin VC firm Stillmark. In BTC since 2013, Alyse is the Past President of the BitGive Foundation, Bitcoin's first 501(c)(3) non-profit. The San Francisco Bay Area native also mentors at Silicon Valley's Plug and Play Tech Center, Alchemist Accelerator, and NYFTL by the Partnership Fund for NYC and Springboard Enterprises. Reach out to Alyse at https://www.stillmark.com/ REFERRAL LINKS: Coin Stories is powered by BITCOIN 2023, which will be the BIGGEST BITCOIN EVENT IN HISTORY held in April 2023. If you missed Bitcoin 2022, make sure to head to the @Bitcoin Magazine page to find videos and highlights of all the biggest events and panels. You can get an early bird pass for Bitcoin 2023 at a steep discount if you head to: https://b.tc/conference/2023 *** Okcoin is on a mission to make crypto investing and trading easily accessible to anyone around the world. We are building the next generation of tools to help onboard the investors and traders who have been on the fence about crypto. Okcoin is a globally licensed exchange with offices in San Francisco, Miami, Malta, Hong Kong, Singapore and Japan. We are a collective of global citizens with a common passion to help decentralize finance and level the economic playing field for everyone around the world. Visit https://www.okcoin.com/natalie for $50 in Bitcoin when you sign up. *** With iTrustCapital, you can actually invest in crypto without worrying about taxes, or fees. iTrustCapital allows their clients to invest in crypto through an individual retirement account, or an IRA. IRAs are tax sheltered accounts, which means all your crypto trading is tax-free and can even grow tax-free over time. The best part is that it's totally free to open an account, and there are no hidden fees. You don't need to pay any monthly subscription or membership fees either. If you open and fund an account, you will get a $100 funding bonus added to your account. To learn more, click the link below and open a free account to learn more. https://itrust.capital/nataliebrunell *** Fold is the best Bitcoin rewards debit card and shopping app in the world! Earn Bitcoin on everything you purchase with the Fold's Bitcoin cashback debit card and spin the Daily Wheel to earn free Bitcoin. Head to https://www.foldapp.com/natalie for 5,000 free sats! #bitcoin #cryptocurrency #inflation Timecodes: 00:00 Promo codes 01:59 Growing up in SF Bay Area 04:35 Childhood dreams: science, research & statistics 05:25 Studying psychology 06:04 Interest in health, first responders 07:09 Traumatic stress response 08:27 Finding peace in health 10:17 Pivoting to venture capital 12:26 How does VC work? 14:54 Valuating companies 17:31 Where does the capital come from? 19:29 Learning about Bitcoin early on 23:02 Financial inclusion 24:36 Dignity and freedom through commerce 25:30 iTrustCapital break 26:18 Fold app break 26:51 Building Bitcoin VC firm Stillmark 29:47 Token investing 32:41 Investment growth in BTC space 35:13 Taro integrating fiat with Bitcoin over Lightning Network 37:19 Stablecoins vs. Bitcoin adoption and growth 38:57 Institutions coming into Bitcoin 40:37 Economic environment and BTC price 43:01 Bitcoin not on Stillmark's balance sheet 44:50 Pink Frog Games (Candy Crush) utilizing Bitcoin & Lightning 48:11 Backing decision makers, supporting founders 50:59 Advice for a young Alyse getting into VC 52:26 Bitcoin in the future 52:59 Pitches don't have to be perfect
Welcome to the fourth episode of the Power Shift Edition podcast season, another beautiful collaboration between Danielle Strickland and World Vision. We are connecting with people at the intersection of power shifting around the world, including World Vision staff. In this episode, Danielle interviews James Kelly—Founder and CEO of FaithTech, a global community of tech enthusiasts for Jesus. The work of FaithTech has been mentioned in The New York Times, Wired Magazine and Christianity Today. James has spoken live over 350 times in remote villages in South Sudan to Google HQ in Silicon Valley. He has been featured on 100 Huntley, 700 Club and Faith Today. James is married with two young children and lives in Waterloo, Canada. To learn more about James Kelly and FaithTech, go to Faithtech.comFor more on all the things Danielle Strickland, go to daniellestrickland.comFor more information on Infinitum Life, go to infinitumlife.comFor more information on the Women Speakers Collective, go to womenspeakerscollective.comFor more information about Brave Global, go to braveglobal.orgCheck out these other collaborations with World Vision:Right Side Up course: Videos & activation guide from Season 1, on beatitudes: https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/rsu_curriculum Prayer Postures: https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/prayerrhythms Soul Care for leaders: https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/right-side-up-soul-care-with-danielle-strickland Resilient Leadership for Kingdom Come (pastor specific): https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/resilient-leadership-for-kingdom-come Infinitum Prayer Days: https://infinitumlife.com/prayerday
You've decided to jump in to private investing. You've already asked yourself if you should invest at all and discovered how to participate. Now that you're ready to invest - how does it actually work? Who is giving money to whom and what are they trying to achieve?First, you start with a venture capital founder - an entrepreneur that starts a company with an industry-disrupting idea. Think Zoom, Peloton, and Coinbase as recent examples. The company must grow, scale operations, and eventually become profitable to become successful.Second, the Venture Capital Firm (VC) - a group of people who specialize in finding the next trillion-dollar company before they even have profits - funds the founder with the capital necessary to realize their potential. In exchange, they become equity owners of the business and work in partnership with the founders to increase the chances of success. Some of the most well-known VCs include Accel, Bessemer Venture Partners, Lightspeed, Sequoia, IVP, Benchmark, and a16z. Third, the investors, like AWM and other family offices, then put money to work with venture capital firms to target the outsized returns. The ideal end result is an exit (sale) that generates for the investors, VCs, and founders an outsized return. Without the idea and execution, the VCs and investors would not be able to capture this return. Without the capital invested, the company would fail.In this week's episode, Brandon and Justin dive deeper into this process on how the venture capital investing works, the different seed and funding rounds, and what to expect throughout as an investor.Have questions for an upcoming episode? Want to get free resources, book giveaways, and AWM gear? Want to hear about when we release new episodes? Text “insights” or the lightbulb emoji (
Michael Girdley (@Girdley) is joined by Chris Bakke (@ChrisJBakke) to talk about why hiring is broken, good & bad ways to hire, LinkedIn vs. Twitter: content and audience differences, finding the balance between good content and shitposting on Twitter, www.laskie.com, and much more! ----- * Do you love The Michael Girdley Show and want to see our smiling faces? Subscribe to our Youtube channel. * Do you enjoy our content? Rate our show! * Follow us on Twitter @GirdleyShow Find success in small business investing and entrepreneurship. ----- Show Notes: 0:00 Intro and a word from Michael 1:28 Chris Bakke everyone! 3:22 How do we think about Twitter? What's the balance between being real and shitposting? 8:13 What's wrong with writing threads? 12:48 Why Chili's is better than Olive Garden 15:55 Okey, let's talk about Laskie: You've decided to go down the VC route, tell us how you think about that 20:00 The struggles of building a company in public 25:31 Investing vs operating as a daily job; how does it relate to creativity? 32:09 You're going into the LinkedIn environment: What do you know that I don't? 35:21 Does LinkedIn reflect sentiment as well as Twitter? What kind of content differences do you observe? 40:22 Hiring processes: The good, the bad and the ugly 45:34 Why do companies let HR own the hiring process? 49:31 CEOs should apply to their own open positions 51:41 What do you like about hiring and your job? 57:28 Laskie.com ----- Links: * www.laskie.com ----- Past guests on The Michael Girdley Show include Jesse Tinsley, Rob LaBonne, Matthew Weidert, Craig Fuller, Sam Bacon, Cayse Llorens, and more. ----- Additional episodes you might enjoy: #24 The recruiter of choice: How JobMobz helps Silicon Valley companies grow so quickly - The Michael Girdley Show e24 #19 Grocery Store Chain Business - Rob LaBonne of Labonne's Markets - The Michael Girdley Show e19 #13 The Hard Money Lending Business - Matthew Weidert of Longleaf Lending - The Michael Girdley Show e13
Sean: How were you able to get connected with venture capitalists in Silicon Valley? Jason: One very funny story. You just have to apply online, and it is also quick and easy. I think there are a lot of people who also applied to Y Combinator. Just send your application and then they will get back to you. You just need to return back their questionnaires and eventually they will call you. Like, for example, for me, when I started Pushcart, I applied for Y Combinator. They sent me their schedule, and the call is usually just 5 minutes. And then they would ask you questions if they decide to let you fly out to Silicon Valley or to meet with them in San Francisco. So eventually I got the green light and I flew in. They just called me and asked me a few questions. Then they got back to me after 24 hours. I cannot believe that within that 5-minute long call, they will let you fly into Silicon Valley, all paid for by Y Combinator. Jason: And they said, 'Josh, are you free to fly next week?' Then you wonder 'am I really ready to fly next week? Do you have the papers? Do you have the mindset? Are you prepared to fly? So eventually I was able to fly to Silicon Valley, and the next week I brought my co-founder. We eventually got interviewed by four of the panels in Y Combinator. Just from that aspect alone, they will connect you to a lot of investors now. They even connected us to one of the investors of YouTube. And these are very good people who also have deep connections in the Philippines. Sean: Wow. Interesting. So it's just really one email, right? Just doing it you know - just showing up. Jason: Yeah, just showing up. Just apply for it and pitch your idea. They won't contradict you. They will just listen to you. You just need to put in that effort. Sean: Got it. Got it. I want to rewind a little bit and talk about Tesla. So let's go back to the past, so what happened there? What were you feeling and how fast did you have to pitch your idea there? Jason: Honestly less than 5 minutes. They just asked me a few questions and they said 'okay. I'm good. I like your startup.' - that's how fast it went through. Jason: It was - maybe it's because we're backed up we were introduced to the right people, especially coming from the Y Combinator people. If they introduce you, they recommend it. It was just really quick, it's like you will have the proof of confidence. Sean: Wow. And how did it proceed? So you got the 'yes,' from the investor and from Y Combinator. How did it get all the way to here? How did they provide the funds, the mentorship and how did they connect you to the people they know here, and what happened afterward? Jason: Y Combinator was at the stage of being interviewed. So we weren't able to join the program, but eventually, they were very supportive. As in every quarter, they will get back to us. So even if you don't get into it, they will provide you support. Sean: Got it. Got it. Amazing. And that's very valuable, especially when you're starting out? Jason: Yes, yes. Because you will have that connection, you will have that network. At least you've gone to that round, you were able to experience it and you were able to tap the right people for your business. - - - Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/leadershipstack Join our community and ask questions here: from.sean.si/discord Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/leadershipstack
As founder, CEO, and tech lead of Illumix, an AR technology and media platform, Kirin Sinha is turning her company into a portal to the metaverse—connecting brands and consumers in the new world. Started in 2017 to push boundaries and elevate the quality of augmented reality in the fields of fashion, game design and film, Illumix is currently beating some of the world's most popular mobile games—now she's building the meta verse for disney. As one of Silicon Valley's few minority female founders and CEOs with a technical background, Kirin and Illumix are redefining the landscape for AR technology. We're going to talk about her love of math as a kid, building and maintaining confidence, the boundaries of storytelling, and of course, the metaverse. We have SO much to cover, so let's get started! Sponsors: • Shopify | Go to shopify.com/party for a FREE fourteen-day trial and get full access to Shopify's entire suite of features. Grow your business with Shopify today. Resources:• To join the WorkParty click HERE • To connect with Kirin Sinha click HERE • To connect with Jaclyn Johnson click HERE • To follow along with Create & Cultivate click HERE • To follow along with Illumix click HERE • To submit your questions call the WorkParty Hotline: 1-(833)-57-PARTY (577-2789) Produced by Dear Media
Roger is happy to bring Mitchell Levy back to the podcast for another timely discussion. They cover a variety of topics beginning with a subject we each need to consider both personally and professionally, the need to bring creditability to the relationships we have. After hundreds of discussions with successful and influential business leaders, Mitchell shares some of his observations and insights including the need for us all to be timely, and punctual. Time is a precious commodity so we all can do a better job respecting our time. Roger and Mitchel also discuss the importance of purpose & passion, but can we also articulate it. What is it we need to do to clearly explain what we do and why it matters? Learn what a CPOP is and how we can communicate it more clearly. There are some important lessons here for us to hear. Then they discuss whether we are listening well to others? Not just hearing but also understanding. I think many would agree, that life can be hard and scary but Roger and Mitchel want to bring some light to the situation. In fact, they clearly point out that we each can fix this, that we individually can make a difference, you perhaps are the difference that is needed in the world, in the life of those you are interacting with. Basically, we each need to be a better person. This is another episode you'll be glad you heard so sit back, enjoy and be sure to take some notes. Your Host: Roger Knecht, president of Universal Accounting Center Guest Name: Mitchell Levy Global Credibility Expert Mitchell Levy is a 2x TEDx speaker, an international bestselling author of over 60 books, and an executive coach at Marshall Goldsmith's 100 Coaches. After interviewing 500 thought leaders on credibility, he published a 7-country international bestselling book, delivered a powerful TEDx on humanity, created courses, and created the Credibility Nation membership community to help those live, learn and surround themselves with others on the credibility journey. He's an accomplished Entrepreneur who has created twenty businesses in Silicon Valley including four publishing companies that have published over 750 books. He's provided strategic consulting to hundreds of companies and has been the chairman of a board of a NASDAQ-listed company. Mitchell has been happily married for thirty-one years and prior to covid-19, would regularly spend four weeks a year in Europe with family and friends. Sponsors: Universal Accounting Center Helping accounting professionals confidently and competently offer quality accounting services to get paid what they are worth. Offers: Becoming creditable is a characteristic that is an admirable trait to develop. Listen as Mitchell explains this principle and how it applies to each of us individually. This is Mitchell speaking at Tedx. Roger also mentioned this offer that Mitchell is giving the listeners of the podcast, 2 months of free access to creditability nation. Go here to sign up and participate in the Creditable Nation experience. And then there is the quarterly event, Ultimate Credibility Bootcamp that you are invited to attend. You'll also want to get a FREE copy of these books that all accounting professionals should use to work on their business and become profitable. These are a must-have addition to every accountant's library to provide to have the premier accounting business today: “in the BLACK, nine principles to make your business profitable” – e-book “Red to BLACK in 30 days – A small business accountant's guide to QUICK turnarounds” – the how-to-guide e-book for accounting professionals For Additional FREE Resources for accounting professionals check out this collection HERE! Be sure to join us for GrowCon, the LIVE event for accounting professionals to work ON their business. This is a conference you don't want to miss. Remember this, Accounting Success IS Universal. Listen to our next episode and be sure to subscribe. For more information on how you can apply these principles in your business please visit us at www.universalaccountingschool.com or call us at 801.265.3777
从 Fintech 当红炸子鸡到初创反面典型，Fast 为什么成了硅谷倒闭速度最快的独角兽？自当地时间 3 月 29 日开始，科技媒体 The Information 接连放出针对金融科技初创独角兽 Fast 的猛料，包括但不限于公司融资失败、大面积裁员、创始人涉嫌欺诈等等。而早在今年二月，NPR 就针对 Fast 饱受争议的创始人 Domm Holland 刊发了长篇报道，细数了 Holland 在创立 Fast 之前涉嫌敲诈航空公司、威胁澳洲政府的种种劣迹。4 月 6 日，Fast 在推特正式宣布了企业停止运营的消息。 本期节目，主播 Diane 、Howie、刘灿与大家一起回顾 Fast 所引起的争议，共同思考这样一家问题重重的企业，是如何抱上市值 950 亿美元行业大佬 Stripe 的大腿，一跃成为成长速度最快，也是垮台速度最快的硅谷独角兽？为什么同赛道的 Bolt 年初成功募资3.5亿美元？Holland 的所作所为，到底是诈骗，还是红海赛道下商业创新的「行为艺术」？Fast 所处的一键结算领域为什么不是 Paypal、Stripe 等支付巨头的天下？ 这期节目制作完有种预感，Fast 可能是继 Wework、Theranos 之后，下一个被搬上银幕的对象？ 友情提示：本期节目的第一段对话中，由于 co-host 刘灿在结束户外鸟类声音录制后没能及时调整收音设备的增益，导致部分对话存在音质瑕疵，后期已努力修补，收听第一部分时不建议使用耳机收听，感谢各位听众的理解 :-） 本期人物 Diane，「声动活泼」联合创始人，「科技早知道」主播 Howie，硅谷人工智能创投家，「科技早知道」主播 刘灿，「科技早知道」监制 主要话题 [03:35] 回顾媒体眼里 Fast 从 0 到 1 再到销声匿迹的故事 [11:28] 创始人通过域名欺诈获得第一桶金，OK吗？找到关键人物是创业重点 [22:23] Fast 营销策略都是为了创始人自己开心？ [31:39] Fast 业务快速拓展有没有借力 YC、Stripe 裙带关系？ [40:55] 内部视角里 Fast 是什么样的？ [47:26] Bolt 做对了什么？Shopify 才是 Fast 的竞对？ [57:06] 裁员也没办法解决 Fast 的问题 更正说明 针对 Fast 所处的赛道，主流报道有同时使用「one-click payment」和「one-click checkout」两种表述，在与 Howie 及 Fast 相关员工交流之后，我们倾向于使用「one-click checkout」来形容 Fast 的业务，即一键结算，对于第一段对话出现的「one-click payment」说法在此作出更正。 延伸阅读 - 「The Information」关于 Fast 突然倒闭的报道：Live Fast, Die Young: Behind the Fall of a One-Click Wonder (https://www.theinformation.com/articles/live-fast-die-young-behind-the-fall-of-a-one-click-wonder) - 「NPR」关于 Fast 创始人 Domm Holland 欺诈经历的报道：He reinvented himself in Silicon Valley. Ex-associates say he's running from his past (https://www.npr.org/2022/02/17/1081201040/domm-holland-fast-stripe) - 「Business Insider」关于 Bold 创始人 指责 YC 和 Stripe 为硅谷黑帮的报道：Bolt CEO Ryan Breslow called Stripe and Y Combinator the 'mob bosses' of Silicon Valley in a Twitter thread that sparked a fiery debate (Bolt CEO Calls Stripe and Y Combinator 'Mob Bosses' of Silicon Valley (businessinsider.com)) - 「沃顿商学院」关于 Amazon 的 one-click 专利的研究文章：Why Amazon's ‘1-Click' Ordering Was a Game Changer (https://knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu/article/amazons-1-click-goes-off-patent/) 使用音乐 Glimmer Light-Gavin Luke 幕后制作 监制：刘灿 后期：Luke 运营：Yao 封面设计：饭团 关于节目 原「硅谷早知道」，全新改版后为「What's Next｜科技早知道」。放眼全球，聚焦科技发展，关注商业格局变化。 关于我们 声动活泼的宗旨是「用声音碰撞世界」，致力于为人们提供源源不断的思考养料。 - 我们还有这些播客：声东击西 (https://etw.fm/episodes)、声动早咖啡 (https://sheng-espresso.fireside.fm/)、反潮流俱乐部 (https://fanchaoliuclub.fireside.fm/)、泡腾 VC (https://popvc.fireside.fm/)、商业WHY酱 (https://msbussinesswhy.fireside.fm/) - 欢迎在即刻 (https://okjk.co/Qd43ia)、微博等社交媒体上与我们互动，搜索 声动活泼 即可找到我们 - 期待你给我们写邮件，邮箱地址是：email@example.com - 如果你喜欢我们的节目，欢迎 打赏 (https://afdian.net/@shengfm)支持或把我们的节目推荐给一两位朋友 欢迎加入声动胡同小社区！ 也许你知道「声动活泼」办公室在北京二环内的胡同里，事实上我们也有一个线上的「声动胡同小社区」。成为社区会员，你可以收到一周不少于三次的来自「声动小邮筒」的邮件，同时还可以参加我们各种各样的线上和线下活动，或者是一些有趣的游戏。 点击这里 (https://shengpodcasts.notion.site/a977c74222484894a9fe6245bc0f4dba)即可了解社区氛围。我们期待你加入这个虚拟胡同社区来支持我们，并和我们一起亲近交流，和有趣的人进行「碰撞」，收获新知、友谊并看见更大的世界。 国内用户（年付）：加入声动胡同小社区 (https://sourl.cn/G4B2Wt) 海外用户（月付）：加入声动胡同小社区 (https://sdhp.memberful.com/join) 期待你的加入！
Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, Escape Simulator, Tiny Tina's Wonderlands, Demon Turf: Neon Splash, Ready or Not, Vampire Survivors, Elden Ring, Halo Infinite second season, Silicon Valley and Matt dreams about Michelle?!? Plus Xbox Tv streaming app, Fifa parts ways with EA, new LOTR mobile game announced, last gen is dead, more Playdate bashing, and more gaming news! Head to videogameoutsiders.com and go premium for weekly bonus shows and the entire back catalog of VGO. Listen on the web at ilovevgo.com or on our free VGO mobile app for iOS/Android which also has weekly free shows from the community!
In this episode, Susan Thomson talks about helping business owners turn their stress into a stronger, better, and healthier business by having a strategic plan. She is the CEO of ActionCOACH Business & Executive Coaching and a Board Director of Buy Build Sell WI. Susan and her team live by a simple premise. They build confidence, challenge you to see what's possible, and inspire you to transform the business you have into the business you want. They are also dedicated to giving back to communities and supporting the efforts of those working to improve their own lives and the lives of others. If you see that you don't have a #Business #StrategicPlan and you think that you needed one, you should reach out to Susan Thomson by visiting her LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/susanmthomson/. Mitchell Levy is the Global Credibility Expert at AHAthat, the first AHA leadership (Thought Leadership) platform on the market for thought leaders, experts and companies to unleash their genius to the world. His passion is helping entrepreneurs, business owners and C-Suite Executives get known as thought leaders & become best-selling authors with the AHA platform. He is an accomplished entrepreneur who has created 20 businesses in Silicon Valley including four publishing companies that have published over 800 books. Mitchell is an international best-selling author with 60 business books, has provided strategic consulting to over 100 companies, has advised over 500 CEOs on critical business issues, and has been chairman of the board of a NASDAQ-listed company.Visit https://www.credibilitynation.com to learn more about the Credibility Nation community.Visit https://www.ahathat.com/author to learn how you can become an Amazon best-selling author in 4 months.
Jimmy Soni (@jimmyasoni), author of The Founders: The Story of PayPal and the Entrepreneurs Who Shaped Silicon Valley, joins Ben Casnocha on this episode to discuss:- How diversity and variety of backgrounds and opinions helped PayPal become successful.- The fact that PayPal's leading product was not solving a problem that they had set out to solve, but rather a problem they discovered along the way.- The importance of sitting with your customers and really understanding their perspective and their problems.- What he learned about Peter Thiel, Max Levchin, Elon Musk, Reid Hoffman, and David Sacks.Thanks for listening — if you like what you hear, please review us on your favorite podcast platform. Check us out on the web at www.villageglobal.vc or get in touch with us on Twitter @villageglobal.Want to get updates from us? Subscribe to get a peek inside the Village. We'll send you reading recommendations, exclusive event invites, and commentary on the latest happenings in Silicon Valley. www.villageglobal.vc/signup
This week, Joy chats with Jessie Inchauspé, the founder of the wildly popular Instagram account Glucose Goddess and author of the book Glucose Revolution. She holds a bachelor of science degree in mathematics from King's College London and a master of science degree in biochemistry from Georgetown University. Her mission is to translate cutting-edge science into easy advice to help people improve their physical and mental health, especially when it comes to balancing your blood sugar. Whether you struggle with acne, PCOS, chronic inflammation, uncontrollable food cravings, or hormonal imbalance, the information in this episode will help you take control of your health, today! This episode is packed with practical tips you can start applying at your very next meal to balance your blood sugar, without having to go on a sugar detox or give up your favourite foods. If you feel overwhelmed with all the advice and information about how and when to eat for lasting health and wellness, especially when it comes to controlling glucose spikes then this episode is for you. Jessie keeps things simple and offers a wide range of suggestions and tips that you can test to discover what works best for you and your lifestyle. Episode Highlights: Jessie's personal journey from Silicon Valley startup to health educator. How learning about glucose helped Jessie heal her broken back & mental health. Why food habits beat genetics when it comes to health. What are glucose spikes? How she discovered that these spikes could trigger acute mental health episodes. Why 90% of people without diabetes experience glucose spikes every day. Common symptoms of glucose spikes everyone experiences. How balancing blood sugar impacts overall health and wellness. How blood sugar spikes impact cravings and hormones. A breakdown of the scientific research behind cravings and blood sugar. The first thing that disappears once your blood sugar stabilizes. How to avoid massive glucose fluctuations even when eating your favourite foods. Health Hack: Put clothing on your carbs- what it means and how to do it. The best order to eat your food to reduce glucose spikes by 70%. Why sweets that contain fructose are worse for our sugar spikes than savoury carbs. Why Jessie is against diets that say any food is off limits. Individual factors that can impact your sensitivity to blood sugar spikes. What happens to your small intestine when you eat fibre & how it impacts blood sugar spikes. The most powerful fibre-rich food to incorporate into your meals for blood sugar balance. Why 3 meals a day is better for blood sugar than 6 meals. How a sweet versus savoury breakfast dictates your cravings for the rest of the day. Jessie's favourite savoury breakfast! Why small, dense LDL cholesterol is bad for heart health and why you shouldn't fear eggs! How to plan your meals to balance your blood sugar How sugar impacts the production of small, dense LDL cholesterol in the body. The power of having vinegar before a meal: it can cut your blood sugar spike by up to 30%! The simplest lifestyle hack to try after meals to help reduce glucose spikes. Should you try a continuous glucose monitor even if you don't have diabetes? Why symptoms are your body's way of trying to get your attention that something needs attention. How simple hacks and habits can have a profound impact on your health. Resources: Glucose Goddess Instagram Glucose Revolution Book Free Steady Glucose Meal Plan Glucose Tracking App More about Joyous Health: Check out our award-winning blog Joyous Health Check out Joy's bestselling cookbooks Sign up for the Joyous Health newsletter Follow Joyous Health on Instagram Find Joyous Health on Facebook Learn more about The Joyous Health Business Program Check out our full line of Natural & Organic Haircare and Body Care. Join Joy's Hair Care Challenge at Natural Hair Care Challenge Explore Joyous Health Kids at Joyous Health Kids