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American entrepreneur and co-founder of Apple Inc.

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The Doctor of Digital™ GMick Smith, PhD
How Do I Design Spice Catalyst? David Fradin Interview Episode #CCLV The Doctor of Digital™ GMick Smith, PhD

The Doctor of Digital™ GMick Smith, PhD

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 16:16


David Fradin Product Success Manager, President, Spice Catalyst, Distinguished ProfessorDavid has trained thousands of managers throughout the world. He infuses his workshops with insights and experiences gained as a product leader at companies like Apple & HP. He was classically trained as an HP Product Manager and was then recruited by Apple to bring the first hard disk drive on a PC to market. As a result of his leadership & management skills, Apple promoted him first to Apple /// Group Product Manager & later Business Unit Manager at the same organizational level at that time as Steve Jobs. Based upon his over 50 years of experience, Fradin is the author of the Wiley Book "Successful Product Design and Management Toolkit", "Building Insanely Great Products" and "Organizing and Managing Insanely Great Products" all available on Amazon worldwide.He is a Distinguished Professor of Practice and Advisor, Product Management Programs, WileyNXT, Faculty, IIML-Wiley Data-Driven Product Management Program. This Executive Education 7 month program has hundreds of students each year.His on-line courses & in-person boot camps are based on his Amazon book “Building Insanely Great Products” (Go to http://amzn.to/2gLxVcI). They cover the complete product management life cycle starting with the founding values, vision, product life cycle & management employed by Apple today.What students will learn from Mr. Fradin is exactly what has made Apple the most valuable company in the world. ⇒ Check out the product management and product marketing on-line courses & in-person workshops below.⇒ ⇒ I would love to connect with you here on LinkedIn, & am always just a phone call away if there's anything I can help. dave@spicecatalyst.comDavid Fradin has over 50 years of product management, product marketing management and senior management, experience. Over the years, he has been responsible for 75+ products representing over $250M in revenue (actual $).After founding the University of Michigan Flyers, a flying club that has trained over 4,000 pilots since 1969, he started the Federation of Americans Supporting Science and Technology (FASST) in 1970 which grew to over 15,000 student members on 40 campuses. One of the world's first environmental mediators, a White House Fellows finalist, he resolved major disputes and pioneered the concepts of total resource jobs just before Hewlett-Packard recruited him to handle their new facility sitings, energy policy and PR for HP co-founder and COB Board David Packard.Mick Smith, Consultant M: (619) 227.3118 E: mick.smith@wsiworld.com Commercials Voice Talent:https://www.spreaker.com/user/7768747/track-1-commercials Narratives Voice Talent:https://www.spreaker.com/user/7768747/track-2-narrativesDo you want a free competitive analysis? Let me know at:https://marketing.wsiworld.com/free-competitive-analysis?utm_campaign=Mick_Smith_Podcast&utm_source=SpreakerWebsite:https://www.wsiworld.com/mick-smithLinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/company/wsi-smith-consulting/Twitter:gmicksmithFacebook business page:The Doctor of Digital Podcast Instagram:mick_wsi_world & burningamericaMake an appointment:https://app.hubspot.com/meetings/mick-smithBe sure to subscribe, like, & review The Doctor of Digital™ Podcast:https://www.spreaker.com/show/g-mick-smith-phds-tracksSign up for the Doctor Up A Podcast course:https://doctor-up-a-podcast.thinkific.com/Fan of the show? Support the episodes here:https://podinbox.com/thedoctorofdigitalpodcastPatreon:https://www.patreon.com/SmithConsultingWSITheDoctorofDigitalPodcastMick Smith, Consultant M: (619) 227.3118Author of Burning America: In the Best Interest of the Children? burning-america.com burningamerica on Instagram

The Tim Ferriss Show
#595: In Case You Missed It: April 2022 Recap of The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 71:19


Welcome to another episode of The Tim Ferriss Show, where it is my job to deconstruct world-class performers to tease out the routines, habits, et cetera that you can apply to your own life. This is a special inbetweenisode, which serves as a recap of the episodes from last month. It features a short clip from each conversation in one place so you can easily jump around to get a feel for the episode and guest.Based on your feedback, this format has been tweaked and improved since the first recap episode. For instance, @hypersundays on Twitter suggested that the bios for each guest can slow the momentum, so we moved all the bios to the end. See it as a teaser. Something to whet your appetite. If you like what you hear, you can of course find the full episodes at tim.blog/podcast. Please enjoy! ***Timestamps:Terry Crews: 00:01:27Tony Fadell: 00:11:16Donald Hoffman: 00:17:57Kevin Rose: 00:24:20A.J. Jacobs: 00:35:05Bo Shao: 00:41:37Tom Morello: 00:56:07***Full episode titles:Terry Crews on Masculinity, True Power, Therapy, and Resisting Cynicism Tony Fadell of iPod, iPhone, and Nest Fame — Stories of Steve Jobs on “Vacation,” Product Design and Team Building, Good Assholes vs. Bad Assholes, Investing in Trends Before They Become Trends, The Hydrogen Economy, The Future of Batteries, and MoreProfessor Donald Hoffman — The Case Against Reality, Beyond Spacetime, Rethinking Death, Panpsychism, QBism, and MoreThe Random Show with Kevin Rose — Current Books, Men's Groups, Tuna Helper, the Latest in NFTs, Fierce Intimacy, and MoreA.J. Jacobs — How to Be Less Furious and More CuriousBo Shao — His Path from Food Rations to Managing Billions, the Blessings and Burdens of Chasing Perfection, Building the eBay of China in 1999, Pillars of Parenting, and Pursuing the UnpopularTom Morello of Rage Against the Machine Fame — Fear{less} with Tim Ferriss***For show notes and past guests, please visit tim.blog/podcast.Sign up for Tim's email newsletter (“5-Bullet Friday”) at tim.blog/friday.For transcripts of episodes, go to tim.blog/transcripts.Discover Tim's books: tim.blog/books.Follow Tim:Twitter: twitter.com/tferriss Instagram: instagram.com/timferrissFacebook: facebook.com/timferriss YouTube: youtube.com/timferrissPast guests on The Tim Ferriss Show include Jerry Seinfeld, Hugh Jackman, Dr. Jane Goodall, LeBron James, Kevin Hart, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Jamie Foxx, Matthew McConaughey, Esther Perel, Elizabeth Gilbert, Terry Crews, Sia, Yuval Noah Harari, Malcolm Gladwell, Madeleine Albright, Cheryl Strayed, Jim Collins, Mary Karr, Maria Popova, Sam Harris, Michael Phelps, Bob Iger, Edward Norton, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Neil Strauss, Ken Burns, Maria Sharapova, Marc Andreessen, Neil Gaiman, Neil de Grasse Tyson, Jocko Willink, Daniel Ek, Kelly Slater, Dr. Peter Attia, Seth Godin, Howard Marks, Dr. Brené Brown, Eric Schmidt, Michael Lewis, Joe Gebbia, Michael Pollan, Dr. Jordan Peterson, Vince Vaughn, Brian Koppelman, Ramit Sethi, Dax Shepard, Tony Robbins, Jim Dethmer, Dan Harris, Ray Dalio, Naval Ravikant, Vitalik Buterin, Elizabeth Lesser, Amanda Palmer, Katie Haun, Sir Richard Branson, Chuck Palahniuk, Arianna Huffington, Reid Hoffman, Bill Burr, Whitney Cummings, Rick Rubin, Dr. Vivek Murthy, Darren Aronofsky, Balaji Srinivasan, Sarah Silverman, Dr. Andrew Huberman, Dr. Michio Kaku, and many more.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

All Of It
A New Book Explores the Culture of Apple Post Steve Jobs

All Of It

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 16:54


A new book tells the inside story of the culture of Apple and its trajectory after the passing of the company's co-founder and CEO, Steve Jobs. Author Tripp Mickle, technology reporter for the New York Times, interviewed more than 200 Apple employees to uncover how the company tried to reimagine itself after the death of Jobs, the power struggle between Tim Cook and Jony Ive for control, and where Apple sees itself in the future of big tech. Mickle joins us to discuss his reporting and his book, After Steve: How Apple Became a Trillion-Dollar Company and Lost Its Soul.

More Intelligent Tomorrow: a DataRobot Podcast
Disrupting a Market is Rarely an Overnight Transformation - Peter Coffee

More Intelligent Tomorrow: a DataRobot Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 42:49


Disrupting a market is rarely an overnight transformation. And the right leaders see disruption as an ongoing process, not a one-time event. Peter Coffee was the first person at Salesforce with the word “platform” in his title. This was in an era where the idea of cloud computing was still in its infancy. He's spent the last 15 years helping transform Salesforce from a company that sold CRM software into one that offers an entire cloud platform designed to enable companies to offer complete solutions to their customers.MIT host Dave Anderson caught up with Peter and asked him about how he thinks the future of the workforce will shape up over the coming years.76% of workers say they are unequipped for the future of work. The traditional way to address this problem would have been to hire new talent out of college who would come in equipped with the tools and skills needed for the new landscape of the business world. But Peter feels new talent doesn't yet have the experience developed over time to really help customers solve their problems. He feels the answer to this problem is continuous education within the workforce. That's the idea behind Salesforce's Trailhead product. "We need to get back to a much more organic idea of what it means to learn and to adapt."Usually, AI projects fail because of a team's ability to implement, learn, and change the way they work. Changing the idea of ongoing skill learning requires it to be part of a company's culture. And to change that culture, you need to hire people who can change it.  Peter says, if you hire for talent, you're hiring for skills that can be taught. But if you hire for fit, you're hiring for someone who won't challenge you in your thinking. He suggests you hire someone who will challenge you."People are so much more capable than they're treated as being."Dave wonders if a lack of urgency is part of the reason more companies don't make similar changes.Too many companies focus on what they do and not on why. If they open themselves up to asking why they do what they do, then they're open to creating disruptive solutions.Companies tend to focus on what leads to being better, faster, and cheaper than their competitor. But there's a physical limit to those factors. Offering solutions to your customers opens limitless opportunities.The iPod is a great example. Steve Jobs's vision wasn't about making a digital music player, it was about putting thousands of songs in your pocket. It was about offering the whole solution. This meant the iPod could adapt and grow with each generation to be an ecosystem and not just a single purpose device.Listen to this episode to learn about:Preparing the workforce for the futureWhat it takes to be a better leaderCreating moments of transitionA new concept for continuous learning in the workplaceThe keys to giving customers a differentiating experience

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
Getting Outside of the Spreadsheets and Delivering Value Above and Beyond

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 21:55


  Today, we welcome Zach Roesinger, a commercial real estate broker, syndicator, and CEO of CRE Pro Course. Zach is also involved in a lot of obscure deals which he discusses in this episode. With all of these things on his plate, he's able to make it work by building scalable systems and delegating effectively. He also shares the value of actively going out, taking whatever opportunity is out there, and putting yourself in front of people.   Zach specializes in Opportunity Zone real estate acquisition, entitlement, and zoning, as well as construction management of new build projects. Specializing in 1031-Exchange consulting and third-party capital placement in QSRs (Quick Service Restaurant) and franchised businesses by providing risk-adjusted returns to investors.    He has traveled to over 100 countries and worked on 5 continents for companies like LVMH, Newmark Knight, Cloudera, and Montegra Capital. As a sales leader for Trulia and Zillow, Zach “cut his teeth” outbound cold calling [ >250 calls/day] closing large deals with some of the largest brokerages and real estate teams in the US. A polyglot (fluent in Spanish and Portuguese), Zach has built sales teams that leveraged automation and proven sales techniques, teaching Heavy Hitters to focus their efforts on out-of-the-box solutions to complex commercial real estate deals to provide their customers and clients with unparalleled sales experiences.     [00:01 - 10:01] What Keeps You Going? Zach shares his background, CRE Pro Course, and his other ventures How he's able to focus on his multiple businesses Identifying tasks that you're uniquely skilled to do Standardizing procedures Having the right people in the right places Why Zach prefers to personally go out and do listings Picking up new properties and projects Meeting and talking to people, especially the workers onsite The way that you advertise is by doing a good job   [10:02 - 19:55] Be The Master of Your Domain Zach discusses his racetrack business and targeting buyers for nuanced properties Exemplifying that you are the expert in the space Make it easy for your clients and contact to complete the task you want them to do Eliminate steps Zach's recommended app   [19:56 - 21:55] Closing Segment Reach out to Zach!  Avoid pitch slapping Links Below Final Words Tweetable Quotes    “Put the right people in the right places, and make sure that they're happy and well-compensated for doing what they do, and that they're held to the certain standard that you know, a winning team is going to be held at.” - Zach Roesinger “It's really just going to be what is exciting and appealing to you, and what keeps you keeps you going and gets you going every day.” - Zach Roesinger “One of the most fun parts about brokerage and actually selling something is going out, hanging out with the dudes with the welders that are just in overalls. Those are the best people to actually get some insight from.” - Zach Roesinger -----------------------------------------------------------------------------   Connect with Zach! Follow him on LinkedIn. Visit the CRE Pro Course website if you want to know more about the work they do. Check out his podcast, Coffee with CRE Closers.   Connect with me:   I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns.     Facebook   LinkedIn   Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on.  Thank you for tuning in!   Email me → sam@brickeninvestmentgroup.com Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below: Zach Roesinger  00:00If you had considered selling your racetrack, but you had never told anybody about it, but you didn't want to be the guy out there waving his hand saying, Oh, I'm selling my racetrack. I'm selling my, if you want somebody else to be out there marketing it for you, it just brings a prestige to your market. It allows somebody else to actively go out and get those while you run your race track, and it creates this buffer.   Intro  00:23 Welcome to the How to Scale Commercial Real Estate Show. Whether you are an active or passive investor, we'll teach you how to scale your real estate investing business into something big.     Sam Wilson  00:33 Zach Roesinger is a commercial real estate broker. He's the CEO of creprocourse.com. And also a real estate syndicator. Zach, welcome to the show.   Zach Roesinger  00:43 Sam, good to be here. My man very much appreciative of you and thanks for having me on.   Sam Wilson  00:48 Absolutely, pleasure's mine. Three questions I ask every guest who come to the show. In 90 seconds or less, where did you start? Where are you now? How'd you get there?   Zach Roesinger  00:55 Great questions. I'll start now. Clock go. I came from Denver, Colorado. My father is a real estate broker did land and big deals throughout my childhood. So I was brought into commercial real estate early, understand the cyclical flow of it, and how some days can be really great and other days can't. You have to come back to your family every day with a positive smile on your face when things are great, when things are not. I've traveled to over 100 countries around the world. Live now in Austin, Texas. And as you mentioned, I am the CEO of CRE Pro Course and CRE PRro Course is an online course that allows or teaches new agents who have yet to close their first deal to get their first listing and the first closing in the first six months so that they can bridge that gap and between coming over from residential real estate maybe or, or they're getting into it from another field altogether. So sometimes it's hard to get into commercial real estate because the closing time for your first closing is so long, most people can't last that long. But we teach you how to do it in your first six months. Some people do it in two months. So I also work in syndication, and I work in brokerage as well. So I sell warehouses, very obscure things a race track I have on a car dealership, a recycling center. So I really liked the obscure deals, and I'm always looking for more. So Sam, let's get together and do a deal soon, man.   Sam Wilson  02:14 Sounds like a winner, man. That's a lot of fun. And also a lot of different moving parts. How do you choose which one to focus on?   Zach Roesinger  02:22 Great question. It's funny because I have employees, and I work for people in each of these companies. And they say, you know, it's just mind blowing, Zach, I can barely keep one job straight, you know, throwing all the balls in the air and keep throwing them up. And it's just time attention to a particular task and importance, right? I attach a beta to every task that I'm doing. Is it really important? Do I need to do it now? And can somebody else help me do this? So as we talk about a scaling real estate venture, it's really important to be able to identify those tasks which you're uniquely skilled to do. that your company relies on you for and then make sure that you can, that you could probably do most tasks in your company, Sam, it's really helpful to be able to standardize those tasks, and then create a procedure around them and then have somebody who's maybe better apt to doing them actually follow through with it. So a good example is real estate flyers, right? When we get a new listing, you and I could probably sit down to InDesign or Paint program and come up with a really good-looking flyer, but is that the best use of six hours of our time? For me, it's probably not there are other people, my team that are really good at it. But they need to know what goes on there. Because they're really good at design, but they're not in the day to day, right, they don't understand the intrinsic value behind what I'm trying to sell in the commercial property. So it's really important to be able to scale out a business. And the way you do that is by standardizing, creating procedures, and then replicating yourself and really focusing on the things that you're good at. And more so on my teams. I know that there's some like I call them whale hunters, right? Some of the brokers that work for me, they are really, really good at closing deals opening, they're really good at relationship management. They're terrible at paperwork. So I don't want them doing paperwork, it's a bad use of their time, it's bad use of our resources. There are people on our team that are really good at it, right, you know, they're wizards at CoStar, they're wizards at Crexi, they can draft again, they can draft a flyer that makes just like, it's mind-blowing. But for them to do that, we have to have people going out, we have to have team members going out and actually getting the business without the whale hunters out there finding new deals, there's nothing for the rest of the team to do. So it's my goal as a manager or as a teammate, or anywhere in the organization is to put the right people in the right places, and make sure that they're happy doing and well-compensated for doing what they do, and that they're held to the certain standard that you know, a winning team is going to be held at. And if there's a breakdown, if there's an issue, if there's a bottleneck, we as managers, Sam, it's really important to be able to identify those and clear the bottleneck. So a lot of my time is spent addressing what works, what doesn't and how to standardize and scale those things which do work.   Sam Wilson  05:05 What about your current mix of of businesses, keeps you going out and still actively doing listings? It seems like that would be one of those things. As you're talking that you would say, Hey, wait, just from an efficiency standpoint. If you have a team of brokers, you guys take this you guys go list it. Why are you still involved in that side of it?   Zach Roesinger  05:22 I was asked my father this same thing to why does he not become a director or sales manager. I just think it's a really fun, I can be a little bit more selective on what I take now. But I tell all of our newer guys like take whatever is out there. Somebody that you used to go to college with, we run into them at a restaurant, they say, oh, yeah, I own this restaurant, thinking about selling it great. Let's figure out how to, you know, get you in the door and show you how to list that. Now if you decide you don't like restaurants listing restaurants, well, then we'll try it one time. If you don't like it, we'll move on to something else. But always be willing to say yes, in fact, earn the right to say no. And I know that Steve Jobs and there's others that say Warren Buffett that it's more important, the things you say no to than those that you say yes. However, when you're first starting out, I mean, you want to try, this really pertains to listing, I have oftentimes a listing agent or a newer agent that says, Well, you know, if I can't sell it, what happens? And I said, Well, okay, then you spent some time learning about a new field of study, you practice something new, you met a new potential client who is going to exude your praises, because the property didn't sell that's part of your fault. But also there's a lot of other factors that are out there. And I was referencing before the economy right or just you know, the hot topic of the hour. Here in Austin, we're starting to see a lot of resurgence back to an altered office. So and I say that by I come from Denver, Colorado, and I worked on this project called The Taxi Project, which is taking old warehouses and refurbishing them making them cool offices. Well, I just saw yesterday that I'm now big on TikTok, I'm @cre_pro_network on TikTok. When I saw on TikTok, this guy was highlighting an office building or a new office I called them warehouse, I think warehouse office buildings that were going for top dollar. And I think that that's going to be one of those things where historically, it has been a office building, everybody gets in an elevator and goes up. And now people are saying, you know, I kind of want a hybrid office. These cool, chic new buildings are pretty cool. So to answer your question, it's really just going to be what is exciting and appealing to you. And what keeps you keeps you going and gets you going every day. For me, it's not repetition. And it's not necessarily the money I don't really like when it becomes repetitive. You could sell the same, you know, warehouse over and over again. But is that really that exciting? So picking up new properties, picking up new projects, meeting new clients, one of the most fun part about brokerage and actually selling something is going out hanging out with the dudes with the welders that are just in overalls. And I'm an Italian leather suit. And they're there's this guy over here and I'm like No guys, like I really want to know, what do you, tell me more about this property, tell me more about what you like, and what you don't like, and what you would change. And so there's sometimes that's like those are the best people to actually get some insight from are people that are working and living there every day, not just the expenses and the NOI and the cap rate of it, but actually saying, Hey, I don't know if you know, to a new, let's just say a prospective buyer. I don't know if you saw this over here. But this is a unique feature that you won't find anywhere else. And I wouldn't have noticed it unless I talked to the guys who were on the shop floor. So that's what I really liked about brokerage is actually meeting and talking to people, getting outside of the spreadsheets and delivering, delivering value above and beyond. And I know it's cliche to say but that's how our business I think really scales out is that the way that you advertise is by doing a good job. If you're in residential real estate, you have a big billboard or you know you're on the side of a bus or something like that. But in commercial real estate it's completely reputation when somebody goes to sell their recycling facility and they're like, I don't know anybody in commercial real estate in their their country club or their you know the baseball game and they say oh yeah, Zach Roesinger, I know that guy. He sells just about everything and he was really good. Ge got us top dollar or he did a great job marketing. So all of the above and it feeds into itself Sam I would say that it's just much like your businesses that as I do CRE Pro Course and I have had a chance to launch our television show and we have Coffee with CRE Closers, my clients and some of my best clients today actually were guests on my show just much like this. I had them come on, talk about what they did they got to ask questions about commercial real estate. People gave me social proof by being the, you know, leading this TV show and so when they went to go sell their building, they said you know there's only one guy I can think of the guy keep seeing on YouTube and you know Facebook Live and LinkedIn live, that Zach guy. He sells real estate so they cross pollinate.   Sam Wilson  09:57 Man, love it. I love it. A lot of moving pieces there. Let's talk about these nuanced properties. How are, I mean it's one thing to find okay, you know, I'm beat on multifamily quite a bit because I'm kind of bored with it, to be honest, talking about getting bored, but it's like ever. You could find a million buyers for multifamily. I mean, you could be the worst broker in the world. Nothing you could move a multifamily property right now. I think it's a lot easier to move something such as a multifamily property. I'm presuming here. Over something much more nuanced, like a race track?    Zach Roesinger  10:30 Absolutely.   Sam Wilson  10:31 How in the world are you even finding are targeting the right buyers? Because not like, it's not like people are just hanging out on on LoopNet or Crexi. What are you...   Zach Roesinger  10:41 Well, I often think the same thing. And then I think to myself, well, it's a niche product, right? It's much easier, I believe, than selling a multifamily property, because there are only so many ferrous and non ferrous metal reproducers in this planet, and they all know where my client is located, like they do business with this person. And so it makes it very easy that no one's going to get out of a completely different business and just try their hand at a $25 million operation. No, no, they do it right now they're just looking to expand their operations. Yes, identifying the right one, that's a little bit more difficult. And because of that, we enter into a pretty ironclad agreement with the seller, because oftentimes, I say this sort of ingest, but a lot of our job in brokerage, I believe is to come in as a third party and well market a property which you may have thought was for sale or not. But I'm the one who validates that. So if you had considered selling your race track, but you had never told anybody about it, but you didn't want to be the guy out there, waving his hand saying, Oh, I'm selling my racetrack, I'm selling my, if you want somebody else to be out there marketing it for you, it just brings a prestige to your market, it allows somebody else to actively go out and get those while you run your race track. And it creates this buffer. So if you didn't want to sell to somebody, for example, you don't have to address them directly. Because I'm sure in the race track world, for example, it's pretty small, you're going to see that person again at the next race track owner meet up or whatever. So that's what's the great part about having a broker. And I think the other part of it is that as the marketing, I really think that for us, and in order to scale, it's always been an issue with, you know, you don't just stick a sign in the yard anymore when you're trying to sell commercial real estate, you actually have to be pretty dialed in in terms of the ability to replicate and scale. And I think that's much a testament to your show here, Sam, and I come out of commercial or I come out of computer and software sales. And those guys really have it dialed in. I moved from Brazil, up here to Austin to go through an IPO with a company called Cloudera. And the company's they've taken a billion dollars in investment at that point, a company that has a billion dollars in their only objective is to get on as many companies, fortune 500 companies as possible. They're going to spend whatever it takes in terms of software and scaling and, and replication and automation, in order to make sure that their salespeople are utilizing their time the best so that they get the most orders so they get the highest stock price when they do go public. So I just take a page out of the book from the software salespeople in that you want to be, just like you're doing here, Sam, which is a one-to-many approach, allowing people to engage with you when they're ready. But exemplifying that you are a master of your domain or what you're trying to put out there into the world to say, here's who Zach Roesinger is, here's who Sam Wilson is. And if you want to do one of these things, if you want to buy or sell a race track, I know the guy but I'm not calling the people that are selling and buying racetracks. They're calling me because I've talked about it or because somebody said, Hey, do you think this thing is ever gonna go up for sale, or maybe I just got it out there with my marketing team to some degree, and somebody says, Oh, I saw this on Facebook the other day, or I saw this on a Google ad the other day, or I saw a video on this the other day, we may want to buy this asset or we may want to talk to the guy who's trying to sell it. And there's only one of me out there. So I think that's a lot of what it required which is the one-to-many philosophy and then allow people to engage with you but make it very, very easy. I want to highlight one of these things that are might be embarrassing you but you do the same thing on your podcast as I do on mine, which is make it really really easy for your guests, make it really, really easy for your clients and your contacts to complete the task that your objective or your goal is. And I reminded of that this morning when somebody asked me can you write a recommendation for me on LinkedIn because I'm trying to get a job at this brokerage and I said I would love to. I first of all don't have the bandwidth to think that hard through it and look through like what you've been doing over the last few years but I liked you and I'll do it for you, make it really easy for me. Tell me who it is, provide me an email of what that looks like and what you would like me to do. I am more than happy to. I'll edit it. I wouldn't say anything that I don't mean. But it's going to be the same, it's going to be, hey, this guy, Johnny is a great guy, have a conversation with him, Bobby, if it works out great. And if it doesn't, that, you know, it's just another connection for you, but do it as a favor to me, right. And the only way that you know he's going to get that meeting maybe is if I write that letter, but I'm not going to remember to do that after the 97 things that I have to do. So make it really easy for somebody. The same thing on on an email, make it a clickable link, right? If I put up six listings on Friday, and I created or I had my marketing team create six different bullets, six different web pages with six different information sheets on it, so that if I had to give it to somebody, or if I had to give it to, you know, send it out to a few brokers I thought might be interested, I could just send them this, they could click on it, it has a way a call to action at the bottom, makes it really, really easy. But don't make somebody work harder than they need to because they won't, right.    Sam Wilson  15:56 That's absolutely spot on. That goes for reviews, LinkedIn recommendations, man, and everybody asked me for something like that I say you write it, send it to me, I'll make my tweaks. I will, it'll come, it'll be from Sam Wilson, but you're gonna write it and I'm gonna just edit a few little words here and there, make it authentic. Because again, as you said, I'm not gonna say anything. I don't mean, and I'll delete it if I don't mean it. But make it easy for me. And that goes for listings, that goes for onboarding clients in you know, investors, I'm dealing with a thing today. And I'm like, Oh, wait, that link is gonna take them here. And then they got to know we're not doing three steps. This is one step. One step, give me your money.   Zach Roesinger  16:31 I believe it's Occam's razor as well, right? Make the path of least resistance, the most apt choice and why I say that is at the end of Coffee with CRE Closers, my podcast, I say how can people get in touch with you, but I pre warn them and say, hey, look, have something loaded up. But make sure it's not temporary, right? Don't give me your Clubhouse username, or whatever it is, you know, like, it's something that might not last the test of time, or may not even last as long as this you know, as this podcast or my podcast or whatever. But do something that like is where you're heavily followed. So if it's LinkedIn is where you do a lot of business, but you're trying to grow your TikTok, and I'm speaking personally, because I'm trying to do this right now. I'm big on LinkedIn live, but I'm really small on TikTok live. Yeah, so I tempt myself to say, oh, I can build my audience by sending them to my TikTok channel. Well, if tick tock doesn't work out for me, I know LinkedIn will long term like that's just where business gets done, but don't sacrifice in the short term. Really, you can build your audience organically on tick tock, and you can mention it may be but stay with the channel where you're going to deliver the most value. And then once they get there, once they're on LinkedIn, which you know, has 20,000 People that follow you sure mentioned it on there as well, right? Then they can redirect and go to TikTok. But when there's too many steps, Sam, if you ask somebody to endorse you, here, here, here, here, here, I get like one or two maybe, and then I'm like, okay, like I'm endorsed out, I want to do this for you. And if there was one button, I could push that would syndicate across all of them, I would do it. I wish it would post to all of them. And it there may be something out there where people are going to email in to your program here and say, Oh, well, Zach, you should use this really great plugin, which, you know, that's, that is one of your questions on your sheet here. And I want to I think that knowledge is power. And the more resources we can get out there, the better my number one tool for commercial real estate or real estate in general. And I think everybody should look into this because it's not that expensive. It's maybe $100 A year is one called LandGlide. It's really just the shortcut way. It's available on iPhone, and maybe Android as well. It's in the Apple Store. So maybe it's just anyways, what it allows or what it does is it systematically organizes on a map all of the CAD data so the Central Appraisal District data, it's also kind of a cool parlor trick, right? If you're driving down the street and someone says, Hey, what do you think that house is the value of that house is well, sometimes it's hard on Zillow and Trulia or Redfin or something to like, dial in on that then it's like speculative. It's the Zillow price or Zestimate. This one is actually just the appraisal district and how much of the land is used for agriculture and how much is you know, for the residential, how big is the house square footage? It's all the stuff that's in the Central Appraisal District, but it's just in a very easy to read format. So it's one of the few apps that I pay for, and I relish try to offer that as much as possible to someone who, particularly if you're driving in a neighborhood, you're like, Oh, I really like this neighborhood. I really would love to purchase his building. How do I get in touch with the owner? The owner is written right there, right like it maybe it's an LLC, or maybe it's a business entity, but that's really, you know, go to open corporate.org or calm. You can find out what the phone number is who the head of who the board directors are. It's one more step but it's also like if you really want something you're gonna have to put in some effort. This just eliminates about 10 of the steps going with LandGlide, so I heavily endorsed them outside of my own software which is creprocourse.com. Plug it.   Sam Wilson  19:56 On that note, Zach, what is the best way to get a hold of you?   Zach Roesinger  19:59 I am Z-R-O-E-S-I-N-G-E-R on LinkedIn. So I'm Zach Roesinger. Find me on LinkedIn and what I was asked him and encourage you to do the same. It's hard for me to always put together exactly who is the best contact for you. So tell me who that is. If we connect today, and you say, hey, great to connect, do not, we call it pitch slap. Don't pitch slap me. Don't tell me how I need auto insurance or, you know, we should jump on a call to find out whatever my car warranty or something. Yeah, let me know how I can help you out. And that's not necessarily going to be buying your product today. But if it's an introduction, I'm more than happy to do that, even if we just connect, because that's what LinkedIn, I believe should be used for. It shouldn't be used for selling, it should be used for connecting, providing connections is what we do, Sam, it's one of the biggest things in commercial real estate, we've connect a and b and we get paid handsomely for that, or at least we solve the connection problem between A and B. LinkedIn helps me do that because it shows me what your skillset is. And it also shows me where it allows me to connect you directly to your next big investment or your next client.    Sam Wilson  21:09 Love it. Zach, thank you for coming on the show today. I certainly appreciate it.   Zach Roesinger  21:12 I really appreciate it. Please come on Coffee with CRE Closers or follow everything. We're doing it creprocourse.com. I really appreciate your time today, Sam.   Sam Wilson  21:21 Thank you. Yeah, we'll certainly make sure put that in the show notes creprocourse.com. Thank you, Zach. Appreciate it.   Zach Roesinger  21:27 Yeah, man. Thank you. Thank you to audience.   Sam Wilson  21:55 Hey, thanks for listening to the How to Scale Commercial Real Estate Podcast. If you can do me a favor and subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, whatever platform it is you use to listen, if you can do that for us, that would be a fantastic help to the show. It helps us both attract new listeners as well as rank higher on those directories so appreciate you listening. Thanks so much and hope to catch you on the next episode.

All TWiT.tv Shows (Video LO)
Triangulation 430: Tripp Mickle: After Steve

All TWiT.tv Shows (Video LO)

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 57:31


Tripp Mickle joins Leo Laporte to discuss his new book, "After Steve: How Apple Became a Trillion-Dollar Company and Lost Its Soul". They discuss the shift in Apple's dynamic and approach to products after the passing of Steve Jobs from a company of innovation with Jony Ive, to a company of efficiency under Tim Cook. Host: Leo Laporte Guest: Tripp Mickle Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/triangulation.

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)
Triangulation 430: Tripp Mickle: After Steve

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 57:15


Tripp Mickle joins Leo Laporte to discuss his new book, "After Steve: How Apple Became a Trillion-Dollar Company and Lost Its Soul". They discuss the shift in Apple's dynamic and approach to products after the passing of Steve Jobs from a company of innovation with Jony Ive, to a company of efficiency under Tim Cook. Host: Leo Laporte Guest: Tripp Mickle Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/triangulation.

Radio Leo (Audio)
Triangulation 430: Tripp Mickle: After Steve

Radio Leo (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 57:15


Tripp Mickle joins Leo Laporte to discuss his new book, "After Steve: How Apple Became a Trillion-Dollar Company and Lost Its Soul". They discuss the shift in Apple's dynamic and approach to products after the passing of Steve Jobs from a company of innovation with Jony Ive, to a company of efficiency under Tim Cook. Host: Leo Laporte Guest: Tripp Mickle Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/triangulation.

TWiT Events (Video HD)
Event 12: Tripp Mickle: After Steve - A Conversation with Tripp Mickle

TWiT Events (Video HD)

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 57:31


Tripp Mickle joins Leo Laporte to discuss his new book, "After Steve: How Apple Became a Trillion-Dollar Company and Lost Its Soul". They discuss the shift in Apple's dynamic and approach to products after the passing of Steve Jobs from a company of innovation with Jony Ive, to a company of efficiency under Tim Cook. Host: Leo Laporte Guest: Tripp Mickle Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/twit-events. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit

Founders
#247 Henry Flagler and the Spectacular Rise and Fall of the Railroad that Crossed an Ocean

Founders

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 33:38


What I learned from reading Last Train to Paradise: Henry Flagler and the Spectacular Rise and Fall of the Railroad that Crossed an Ocean by Les Standiford.Listen to every full episode for $10 a month or $99 a year. The key ideas you'll learn pays for the subscription cost thousands of times over.WHAT OTHER PEOPLE ARE SAYING:“Founders is the only podcast I pay for and it's worth 100x the cost.”“I've now listened to every episode. From this knowledge I've doubled my business to $500k a year. Love your passion and recommend your podcast to everyone.”“Without a doubt, the highest value-to-cost ratio I've taken advantage of in the last year is the Founders podcast premium feed. Tap into eons of knowledge and experiences, condensed into digestible portions. Highly, highly recommend. “Uniquely outstanding. No fluff and all substance. David does an outstanding job summarizing these biographies and hones in on the elements that make his subjects so unique among entrepreneurs. I particularly enjoy that he focuses on both the founder's positive and negative characteristics as a way of highlighting things to mimic and avoid.”“I just paid for my first premium podcast subscription for Founders podcast. Learning from those who came before us is one of the highest value ways to invest time. David does his homework and exponentially improves my efficiency by focusing on the most valuable lessons.”“I haven't found a better return on my time and money than your podcast for inspiration and time-tested wisdom to help me on my journey."I have listened to every episode released and look forward to every episode that comes out. The only criticism I would have is that after each podcast I usually want to buy the book because I am interested, so my poor wallet suffers.”"I can't get enough of your podcast. You add a new layer to the books I've already read and make connections to ones I haven't, but now must read."“I have listened to many podcasts on entrepreneurship (HIBT, Masters of Scale, etc.) and find Founders to be consistently more helpful than any other entrepreneurship podcast. David is a craftsperson, he carefully reads biographies of founders, distills the most important anecdotes and themes from their life, and draws commonalities across lives. David's focus is rightfully not on teaching you a formula to succeed but on constantly pushing you to think different.”“I highly highly recommend this podcast. Holy cow. I've been binge listening to these and you start to see patterns across all these incredible humans.”Listening to your podcast has changed my life and that is not a statement I make often.“After one episode I quickly joined the Misfit feed. Love the insight and thoughts shared along the way. David loves what he does and it shines through on the podcast. Definitely my go-to podcast now.”“It is worth every penny. I cannot put into words how fantastic this podcast is. Just stop reading this and get the full access.”“Personally it's one of my top 3 favorite podcasts. If you're into business and startups and technology, this is for you. David covers good books and I've come to really appreciate his perspective. Can't say enough good things.”“I quickly subscribed and it's honestly been the best money I've spent all year. It has inspired me to read biographies. Highly recommend.”“This is the most inspirational and best business podcast out there. David has inspired me to focus on biographies rather than general business books. I'm addicted.”“Anyone interested in business must find the time to listen to each any every Founders podcast. A high return on investment will be a virtual certainty. Subscribe and start listening as soon as possible.”“David saves you hundreds of hours by summarizing bios of legendary business founders and providing valuable insight on what makes an individual successful. He has introduced me to many founders I would have never known existed.”“The podcasts offer spectacular lessons on life, human nature and business achievement. David's enthusiasm and personal thoughts bring me joy. My journey has been enhanced by his efforts.”"Founders is the best self investment that I've made in years."UPGRADE to listen to the rest of this episode and gain access to 255 full length episodes.You will learn the key insights from biographies on Steve Jobs, Elon Musk, John D. Rockefeller, Coco Chanel, Andrew Carnegie, Enzo Ferrari, Estee Lauder, Jeff Bezos, Warren Buffett, Charlie Munger, Phil Knight, Joseph Pulitzer, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Alexander Graham Bell, Bill Gates, P.T. Barnum, Edwin Land, Henry Ford, Walter Chrysler, Thomas Edison, David Ogilvy, Ben Franklin, Howard Hughes, George Lucas, Levi Strauss, Walt Disney and so many more. You will learn from the founders of Nike, Patagonia, Apple, Microsoft, Hershey, General Motors, Ford, Standard Oil, Polaroid, Home Depot, MGM, Intel, Federal Express, Wal Mart, JP Morgan, Chrysler, Cadillac, Oracle, Hyundai, Seagram, Berkshire Hathaway, Teledyne, Adidas, Les Schwab, Renaissance Technologies, IKEA, Sony, Ferrari, and so many more. UPGRADE to listen to the rest of this episode and gain access to 255 full length episodes.

Get Yourself Optimized
Rising from the Ashes with Charell Star

Get Yourself Optimized

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 53:43


What do Eddie Murphy, Cher, Willie Nelson, Ice T, Wayne Dyer, Steve Jobs, Marilyn Monroe, Rev. Jesse Jackson, Babe Ruth, John Lennon, and I have in common? We're all foster kids! The month of May is National Foster Care Month, and there are over 407,000 children and youth in foster care, and 34 percent were placed with relatives or kin. In today's show, I have Charell Star, a former foster care youth, as a guest because we want to bring more awareness about foster care. In this episode, Charell shares her experiences as a foster kid and why she was placed in the system. She talks about the myths about foster care and foster children, how it became her life mission to bring awareness about foster care and assist foster youths, how being featured in Humans of New York impacted her mission, and more. Tune in to this episode as it will surely open your eyes to foster care and foster children! The show notes, including the transcript and checklist to this episode, are at getyourselfoptimized.com/352

Tweakers Podcast
#217 - Sms-archieven, influencer-regels en in-game betalingen

Tweakers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 60:32


Deze week praten Wout Funnekotter, de 37-jarige Jurian Ubachs, Arnoud Wokke en Julian Huijbregts over de sms'jes van de Nederlandse premier Mark Rutte, het boek over Apple na Steve Jobs, de dood van de iPod en Lightning, regels voor influencers, kleine Android-telefoons en in-game betalingen. 0:00 Intro 0:19 Opening 3:46 Sms'jes van Rutte 12:15 Apple-boek 22:33 Regels voor influencers 31:55 Kleine Androids 39:11 In-game betalingen 57:50 Sneakpeek See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mid-Atlantic - conversations about US, UK and world politics
The Rise and Fall of the Neoliberal Order - Prof. Gary Gerstle

Mid-Atlantic - conversations about US, UK and world politics

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 76:45


Roifield speaks to Prof. Gary Gerstle about the last 40 years that chart the fall of Communism and the end of the Cold War and their pivotal place in American and world history. They discuss how neoliberalism originated as much on the Left (the New Left) as on the right, among individuals such as Paul Goodman, Stewart Brand and Steve Jobs who were seeking ways to emancipate the self in an increasingly regulated and bureaucratized world See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Tech Talk
95. Bringing Up Daddy

Tech Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 41:08


For once in their lives, people (besides the authorities and divorce attorneys) are paying attention to Tim and Ted...and they like it! The dads discuss their recent experiences in the lime light, as well as what's on their tech radar. Also, a cold read of the first scene in their upcoming Steve Jobs rap musical biopic. Plus, tep: not just for dads any more! Support Tep Talk on Patreon: www.Patreon.com/TechTalkPod

Slate Daily Feed
Decoder Ring: The Storytelling Craze

Slate Daily Feed

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 41:08


When did everyone become a storyteller? Decades after George Lucas and Steve Jobs made storytelling a big business, every company now wants to tell “Our Story.” Instagram and TikTok let everyone else tell their “stories,” and the number of people calling themselves storytellers on LinkedIn is now more than half a million. Something we have done for the entirety of our existence as a species has become just another fad.  In this episode of Decoder Ring, we're going to look at where this trend came from and where it's going. What Willa discovered changed the way she now thinks about stories—and it might do the same for you.  Some of the voices you'll hear in this episode include Margaret O'Mara, historian and author of The Code: Silicon Valley and the Remaking of America; Michael Simon, director and producer; Francesca Polletta, sociologist at University of California, Irvine; Steve Clayton, Chief Storyteller at Microsoft; Seth Godin, entrepreneur and author of All Marketers Tell Stories; Everett Cook, Associate Editor at Axios Local; and David Paskin, Willa's father.  Decoder Ring is written and produced by Willa Paskin. This episode was edited by Dan Kois and produced by Elizabeth Nakano. Derek John is Sr. Supervising Producer of Narrative Podcasts. Merritt Jacob is our Technical Director. If you have any cultural mysteries you want us to decode, email us at DecoderRing@slate.com. If you love the show and want to support us, consider joining Slate Plus. With Slate Plus you get ad-free podcasts, bonus episodes, and total access to all of Slate's journalism. Thanks Avast.com! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Culture Gabfest
Decoder Ring: The Storytelling Craze

Culture Gabfest

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 41:08


When did everyone become a storyteller? Decades after George Lucas and Steve Jobs made storytelling a big business, every company now wants to tell “Our Story.” Instagram and TikTok let everyone else tell their “stories,” and the number of people calling themselves storytellers on LinkedIn is now more than half a million. Something we have done for the entirety of our existence as a species has become just another fad.  In this episode of Decoder Ring, we're going to look at where this trend came from and where it's going. What Willa discovered changed the way she now thinks about stories—and it might do the same for you.  Some of the voices you'll hear in this episode include Margaret O'Mara, historian and author of The Code: Silicon Valley and the Remaking of America; Michael Simon, director and producer; Francesca Polletta, sociologist at University of California, Irvine; Steve Clayton, Chief Storyteller at Microsoft; Seth Godin, entrepreneur and author of All Marketers Tell Stories; Everett Cook, Associate Editor at Axios Local; and David Paskin, Willa's father.  Decoder Ring is written and produced by Willa Paskin. This episode was edited by Dan Kois and produced by Elizabeth Nakano. Derek John is Sr. Supervising Producer of Narrative Podcasts. Merritt Jacob is our Technical Director. If you have any cultural mysteries you want us to decode, email us at DecoderRing@slate.com. If you love the show and want to support us, consider joining Slate Plus. With Slate Plus you get ad-free podcasts, bonus episodes, and total access to all of Slate's journalism. Thanks Avast.com! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Decoder Ring
The Storytelling Craze

Decoder Ring

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 41:08


When did everyone become a storyteller? Decades after George Lucas and Steve Jobs made storytelling a big business, every company now wants to tell “Our Story.” Instagram and TikTok let everyone else tell their “stories,” and the number of people calling themselves storytellers on LinkedIn is now more than half a million. Something we have done for the entirety of our existence as a species has become just another fad.  In this episode of Decoder Ring, we're going to look at where this trend came from and where it's going. What Willa discovered changed the way she now thinks about stories—and it might do the same for you.  Some of the voices you'll hear in this episode include Margaret O'Mara, historian and author of The Code: Silicon Valley and the Remaking of America; Michael Simon, director and producer; Francesca Polletta, sociologist at University of California, Irvine; Steve Clayton, Chief Storyteller at Microsoft; Seth Godin, entrepreneur and author of All Marketers Tell Stories; Everett Cook, Associate Editor at Axios Local; and David Paskin, Willa's father.  Decoder Ring is written and produced by Willa Paskin. This episode was edited by Dan Kois and produced by Elizabeth Nakano. Derek John is Sr. Supervising Producer of Narrative Podcasts. Merritt Jacob is our Technical Director. If you have any cultural mysteries you want us to decode, email us at DecoderRing@slate.com. If you love the show and want to support us, consider joining Slate Plus. With Slate Plus you get ad-free podcasts, bonus episodes, and total access to all of Slate's journalism. Thanks Avast.com! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Indian Dream
The role of Pricing & Compensation in Scaling Up ft. Verne Harnish (Founder of EO, Author of Scaling Up)

The Indian Dream

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 47:00


In this episode, we host Verne Harnish, the author of the bestselling book 'Scaling Up: Why some companies make it and why other's don't' As an entrepreneur, there are 3 key phases of business building. The first is the the Zero to One journey. Where you take an idea and test it in the markets and build a small business around it. Then comes the 1 to 10 Journey Where you to convert the initial success to product market fit, build a team and scale it to a few more customers. And then comes the 10 to 100 Journey where you press the pedal and build large business.The Scaling Up book is one of the best books that helps you understand what it takes to scale for 10 to 100 journey. It is a must-read if you're an entrepreneur with a small to mid sized business. On the episode, we deep dive into two key topics that are important in a Scale Up Journey - Pricing & Compensation. Verne discusses some frameworks and examples to help entrepreneurs think through these topics. Episode Timeline: (02:38) - How did Verne Start Entrepreneur's Organization (EO) with Steve Jobs(07:36) - Four Levers of Scale Up(09:47) - Deep Dive into how Founders should think about Pricing (14:32) - B2B Pricing (19:35) - Interesting Story about Pricing (25:36) - How to think about Compensation during Scale Up(35:29) - How to implement Profit Sharing Compensation Scheme(43:04) - Two Important Habits for Entrepreneurs Relevant LinksGood Better Best Pricing - HBR ArticleConfessions of the Pricing Man: How Price Affects Everything

Founders
Land's Polaroid: A Company and The Man Who Invented It

Founders

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 31:37


What I learned from reading Land's Polaroid: A Company and The Man Who Invented It by Peter C. Wensberg.Listen to every full episode for $10 a month or $99 a year. The key ideas you'll learn pays for the subscription cost thousands of times over.WHAT OTHER PEOPLE ARE SAYING:“Founders is the only podcast I pay for and it's worth 100x the cost.”“I've now listened to every episode. From this knowledge I've doubled my business to $500k a year. Love your passion and recommend your podcast to everyone.”“Without a doubt, the highest value-to-cost ratio I've taken advantage of in the last year is the Founders podcast premium feed. Tap into eons of knowledge and experiences, condensed into digestible portions. Highly, highly recommend. “Uniquely outstanding. No fluff and all substance. David does an outstanding job summarizing these biographies and hones in on the elements that make his subjects so unique among entrepreneurs. I particularly enjoy that he focuses on both the founder's positive and negative characteristics as a way of highlighting things to mimic and avoid.”“I just paid for my first premium podcast subscription for Founders podcast. Learning from those who came before us is one of the highest value ways to invest time. David does his homework and exponentially improves my efficiency by focusing on the most valuable lessons.”“I haven't found a better return on my time and money than your podcast for inspiration and time-tested wisdom to help me on my journey."I have listened to every episode released and look forward to every episode that comes out. The only criticism I would have is that after each podcast I usually want to buy the book because I am interested, so my poor wallet suffers.”"I can't get enough of your podcast. You add a new layer to the books I've already read and make connections to ones I haven't, but now must read."“I have listened to many podcasts on entrepreneurship (HIBT, Masters of Scale, etc.) and find Founders to be consistently more helpful than any other entrepreneurship podcast. David is a craftsperson, he carefully reads biographies of founders, distills the most important anecdotes and themes from their life, and draws commonalities across lives. David's focus is rightfully not on teaching you a formula to succeed but on constantly pushing you to think different.”“I highly highly recommend this podcast. Holy cow. I've been binge listening to these and you start to see patterns across all these incredible humans.”Listening to your podcast has changed my life and that is not a statement I make often.“After one episode I quickly joined the Misfit feed. Love the insight and thoughts shared along the way. David loves what he does and it shines through on the podcast. Definitely my go-to podcast now.”“It is worth every penny. I cannot put into words how fantastic this podcast is. Just stop reading this and get the full access.”“Personally it's one of my top 3 favorite podcasts. If you're into business and startups and technology, this is for you. David covers good books and I've come to really appreciate his perspective. Can't say enough good things.”“I quickly subscribed and it's honestly been the best money I've spent all year. It has inspired me to read biographies. Highly recommend.”“This is the most inspirational and best business podcast out there. David has inspired me to focus on biographies rather than general business books. I'm addicted.”“Anyone interested in business must find the time to listen to each any every Founders podcast. A high return on investment will be a virtual certainty. Subscribe and start listening as soon as possible.”“David saves you hundreds of hours by summarizing bios of legendary business founders and providing valuable insight on what makes an individual successful. He has introduced me to many founders I would have never known existed.”“The podcasts offer spectacular lessons on life, human nature and business achievement. David's enthusiasm and personal thoughts bring me joy. My journey has been enhanced by his efforts.”"Founders is the best self investment that I've made in years."UPGRADE to listen to the rest of this episode and gain access to 254 full length episodes.You will learn the key insights from biographies on Steve Jobs, Elon Musk, John D. Rockefeller, Coco Chanel, Andrew Carnegie, Enzo Ferrari, Estee Lauder, Jeff Bezos, Warren Buffett, Charlie Munger, Phil Knight, Joseph Pulitzer, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Alexander Graham Bell, Bill Gates, P.T. Barnum, Edwin Land, Henry Ford, Walter Chrysler, Thomas Edison, David Ogilvy, Ben Franklin, Howard Hughes, George Lucas, Levi Strauss, Walt Disney and so many more. You will learn from the founders of Nike, Patagonia, Apple, Microsoft, Hershey, General Motors, Ford, Standard Oil, Polaroid, Home Depot, MGM, Intel, Federal Express, Wal Mart, JP Morgan, Chrysler, Cadillac, Oracle, Hyundai, Seagram, Berkshire Hathaway, Teledyne, Adidas, Les Schwab, Renaissance Technologies, IKEA, Sony, Ferrari, and so many more. UPGRADE to listen to the rest of this episode and gain access to 254 full length episodes.

The Charles Mizrahi Show
How Apple Became a Trillion-Dollar Company – Tripp Mickle

The Charles Mizrahi Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 60:20


As the CEO of Apple, Tim Cook brought the company's valuation to $2 trillion. He's a master of maximizing margins, global expansion, and forging alliances. But Apple may have lost its soul as a result. New York Times reporter Tripp Mickle sits down with host Charles Mizrahi to discuss how Steve Jobs' death shifted the company and why it's no longer a major innovator. Topics Discussed: An Introduction to Tripp Mickle (00:00:00) Jony Ive's Visionary Mind (00:02:00) Steve Jobs' Spiritual Partner (00:13:25) Revolutionary Innovation (00:21:49) Tim Cook's Business Mind (00:31:22) After Jobs' Death (00:39:43) The New Age of Apple (00:49:42) Guest Bio: Tripp Mickle is an author and reporter at the New York Times, where he covers Apple. Mickle previously worked at The Wall Street Journal reporting on technology, alcohol, and tobacco companies. He's also worked as a sportswriter at Sports Business Journal and Newsday. His debut book (below) covers Apple's transformation after Steve Jobs' passing. Resources Mentioned: · https://www.amazon.com/After-Steve-Became-Trillion-Dollar-Company/dp/0063009811 (After Steve: How Apple Became a Trillion-Dollar Company and Lost Its Soul) Transcript: https://charlesmizrahi.com/podcast/podcast-season-7/2022/05/10/father-nuclear-navy-marc-wortman/ (https://charlesmizrahi.com/podcast/)  Don't Forget To... • Subscribe to my podcast! • Download this episode to save for later • Liked this episode? Leave a kind review! Subscribe to Charles' Alpha Investor newsletter today: https://pro.banyanhill.com/m/1962483 (https://pro.banyanhill.com/m/1962483)

Three Word Podcast
Episode 153, Five Commencement Speeches that can help your Business!

Three Word Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 8:02


Simplify Your Sales and Business meetings. Lisa Thal is an Author, Speaker, and Business Coach. She has over 35 years of marketing, sales, and leadership experience. She wrote the book "Three Word Meetings."  Lisa coaches leaders on simplifying sales and business meetings with fun and interesting 3-word  topics to get your sales team motivated and inspired.   Episode 153, Five Commencement Speeches that can help your Business!   It's Graduation Time! Congratulations to the parents who have kids who are graduating or the adults who earned their MBA or new certification. Three Words, You did it! It's like Warren Buffet says the best investment you can make is in yourself.   All graduations have some form of Commencement Speech. These speeches are Educational, Entertaining, and Inspirational and designed to help us transition into the business world.   I reflected on seeing if I could remember my High School and College Commencement speeches. Now that was a long time ago, and sadly I do not. Perhaps I was distracted talking to my sister Lynn and missed it. For me to retain important information, it has to connect to me. More importantly, if you can keep the message simple ( maybe three words laughing), you can recall the wisdom you learned.   I thought I would share a few of my favorite Commencement speeches that can apply to your Business and a simple phrase my nephew Will lives his life by that you are sure to remember!   View setbacks as opportunities / Steve Jobs, Stanford University, 2005 This powerful speech from the late Steve Jobs (entrepreneur, Apple founder, and tech icon) will resonate no matter where you're at in your career. Sharing stories from pivotal events in his life — getting fired from Apple, and receiving a cancer diagnosis — Jobs explains that your setbacks often lead you to success.   He encourages you to approach every obstacle as an opportunity to learn and pursue the work that inspires you. He says, "The only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do."   Successful business owners are always willing to learn and evolve. Whether you look to podcasts, past teachers, mentors, or other business owners, you can find valuable lessons about fear, change, growth, and purpose.   Embrace failure / J.K. Rowling, Harvard University, 2008 J.K Rowling wrote Seven Harry Potter Books because she Embraced Failure. In her speech, J.K. Rowling talks about the inherent value of Failure: it helps you succeed. Drawing on her experience as a poor single mother struggling to publish her first book, Rowling explains that Failure can be a driving force: that liberates you from fear and motivates you to pursue what you want most.   As she puts it, "It is impossible to live without failing at something unless you live so cautiously that you might as well not have lived at all — in which case, you fail by default." Take a cue from Rowling and embrace your business failures as opportunities to grow and become bolder.   "If it doesn't feel right, don't do it." — Oprah Winfrey's 2008 speech at Stanford University. Don't sacrifice Happiness for Money! "When you're doing the work you're meant to do, it feels right, and every day is a bonus, regardless of what you're getting paid," she said. Oprah shared that feelings are your GPS for life. She said you could feel when you're doing the right thing in your gut. Your emotional guidance system lets you know when you're supposed to do Something or not supposed to do Something," she said. She explained that doing what your instincts tell you to do will make you more successful because it will drive you to work harder and save you from debilitating stress.   "If it doesn't feel right, don't do it. That's the lesson. And that lesson alone will save you, my friends, much grief," Winfrey said. When you don't know what to do, get still, get very still, until you know what to do."   Spend less time dreaming and more time doing / Shonda Rhimes, Dartmouth, 2014 Grey's Anatomy, Scandal, and Bridgerton would not be possible for our entertainment viewing without Shonda Rhimes. Her commencement speech message was about what to do if you feel overwhelmed or paralyzed by the dreams you have for your Business.   Shonda Rhimes shares, "While [some] are busy dreaming, the really happy people, the really successful people, the really interesting, engaged, powerful people, are busy doing." Dreaming is only effective if you follow it with action — whether you're brainstorming a new business model or imagining how to grow your company. You don't even need to know what you want to do. Rhimes says the most important thing is to stay open to possibilities and start somewhere.     If there is a Will, there is Way / Will Fick Penn State 2022 Will Fick is my nephew, 24 years old, with Down Syndrome. Thanks to the Live stream, I was able to see Will in his Blue Graduation gown walk with others to get his diploma. Will earned his certification from the College of Education, "Worklink Strategies and employability ."The WorkLink program provides an opportunity for individuals with Intellectual Disabilities (ID) to participate in postsecondary experiences and education alongside their peers.    This program provides Will with the skills to work in the business world.   " If there is a Will, there is a Way." I share this simple phrase because I believe it can inspire you with your Business. Will has never met a stranger; he is excited to learn new things.   As I watched Will grow into a young man, I learned many lessons from him. Be Kind, Laugh, Learn Something new each day, Let go of the past, Live in the moment, and yes, If there is a Will, there is a Way!   So I encourage you to stop and think about your commencement speech. What words of encouragement and inspiration can you share with yourself that can inspire you to keep investing in yourself and your future.   It's all about your perspective, and if you have the Will, you can find a Way!   If you think someone could benefit from this episode, share it, rate it, or subscribe for Free on Itunes or Spotify, so you don't miss out on the next three-word podcast.   Learn more about Simplifying Your sales meetings using 3-word topics at http://www.threewordmeetings.com.          

BioCast
Steve Jobs - Part 2 | استیو جابز - بخش ۲

BioCast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 92:37


Steve Jobs | استیو جابز توی این اپیزود داستان زندگی استیو جابز، یکی از مشهورترین و خاص‌ترین کارآفرین‌های جهان رو پی می‌گیریم. از پیشروی اپل و یه مراسم معرفی پر سر و صدا می‌گیم. این اپیزود دومین اپیزود از سریال استیو جابز بایوکسته. پس اگه اپیزود قبل، یعنی اپیزود ۱۲ رو نشنیدید، پیشنهاد می‌کنیم اول اونو بشنوید.   ====================== اسپانسرها: سایت خنیاگر کد تخفیف: biocast   فروشگاه آنلاین آجیل و خشکبار بارجیل کد تخفیف: biocast   ======================   کتاب ۱۹۸۴ از جرج اورول خرید از دیجیکالا برای حمایت از بایوکست   فیلم ۱۹۸۴ با بازی جان هارت   منبع: Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson   پادکست ملنیوم از حامد محسنی: اپل پادکست | اسپاتیفای | کست باکس   متن کامل این اپیزود   ======================   حمایت مالی از بایوکست وبسایت بایوکست اینستاگرام | توئیتر | تلگرام ======================   پادکست هری پاتری لوموس کانال یوتیوب بینوشا | پادکست بینوشاکست

The Game Changing Attorney Podcast with Michael Mogill
108 — Jesse Cole — Fans First: Change the Game, Break the Rules, and Create an Unforgettable Experience

The Game Changing Attorney Podcast with Michael Mogill

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 47:12


"I believe everyone has something that makes them stand out, and if you amplify it by 10, it's game over. I was able to find that both personally and professionally." - Jesse Cole   How did Jesse become the man in the yellow tuxedo and top hat? Who are the Savannah Bananas? How did Jesse go from player to general manager of a minor league baseball team, all before the age of 30? How do Jesse and his team create unforgettable moments in every game? What did it take to convince the baseball players to join in viral TikTok dances? How did the keen observation of fan behavior lead to the creation of an entirely new sport: Banana Ball? How can an attorney or law firm owner apply this larger-than-life, mold-breaking thought pattern to their practice? How did the decision to cut hundreds of thousands of dollars of sponsorship benefit the Savannah Bananas? Whatever is Normal — Do the Opposite A perennial search for “the moments you won't believe” fuel the man in the yellow tuxedo: Jesse Cole, owner of the Savannah Bananas. Heralded as "the greatest show in baseball" by ESPN, Jesse draws inspiration from the greats of entertainment and innovation.   By all accounts, the Savannah Bananas shouldn't exist. Banana pep band. Dancing players in kilts. One all-inclusive ticket. No nameable players. Dad-bod cheerleading squad. Yet they are the best in the league with millions of dollars in merchandise sold globally. A true circus, enjoyed by over 100,000 fans annually in a consistently sold-out 1920s stadium. This success did not happen with the first pitch of a banana from the mound on opening day. Fifteen years of experiments, feedback, and failure got the Savannah Bananas to where they are today.   "You're the average of the five people you spend the most time with. The five people I spend the most time with are Walt Disney, PT Barnum, Jeff Bezos, Steve Jobs, and big-thinking innovators. I know that sounds crazy, but I read books. I wake up almost every morning and read a book by one of them just to get my mind thinking bigger and thinking differently." - Jesse Cole   Author of the wildly successful "Find Your Yellow Tux," Jesse is out with a new book. "Fans First" is a crash course in standing out, explosive growth, and creating fanatic fans. On today's episode, Jesse chronicles the journey from barely making payroll to sold-out stadiums, putting the fan at the center of every decision, and cultivating a culture of experimentation. Create Joy Everyone — even attorneys — should entertain. Provide enjoyment. Iterate. Connect with clients in a real way. Be memorable and fun — a human that clients want to have a conversation with. When was the last time a client raved or was excited by how professional an interaction was?   Professionalism, while necessary, lacks excitement. The solution: map out moments of interaction along the client's journey. Find little tweaks that are authentic to your practice. Change your hold music. Make a memorable voicemail. Craft emails that have accessible language. These little changes can provide unexpected enjoyment with a lasting impact. Key Takeaways: Break with tradition. Find what has the most impact in setting your firm apart. Be willing to be bad at some things so that you can be amazing at others. Be your biggest fan. Identify what energizes you about your practice. Stay in your lane and spend time doing that thing. Passion is contagious. Keep moving forward. You can't make everyone happy. When you know your marketing will draw criticism, double down on your ideal audience. Links and Resources The Game Changing Attorney Podcast Michael Mogill Facebook Michael Mogill Twitter Michael Mogill Instagram Michael Mogill LinkedIn Crisp Website Crisp Facebook Crisp Twitter Crisp Instagram Crisp LinkedIn Jesse Cole Twitter Jesse Cole Instagram Jesse Cole TikTok Jesse Cole Website Fans First Author Michael Mogill, Crisp, and Jesse Cole

Kid Contractor Podcast with Caleb Auman
Ep 193. Mistakes Will Be Made

Kid Contractor Podcast with Caleb Auman

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 43:37


Steve Jobs quotes reviewed by Caleb Auman from Evan Carmichael's youtube channel Top Ten Quotes!  https://www.TheHardscapeAcademy.com https://www.togetherinthetrades.com/ Auman Landscape on YouTube Linktree/AumanLandscape @aumanlandscapellc www.GetJobber.com/Auman (14 Day Free Trial) https://www.greenfoundryco.com/ www.companycam.com/kcpodcast 14 days FREE and 50% off first 2 months Khohler Lawn & Landscape Society Event LMN Software Code: AUMAN25 Latux Diamond Blades: AUMAN   NDS Drainage Certification FREE: www.lawntrapreneuracademy.com  Mailing Address: Caleb Auman PO Box 203 Carroll, OH 43112 **********  

Kosher Money
Meet Micha Stocks, a YouTube Star Creating CNBC in Hebrew

Kosher Money

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 70:53


Meet Micha Stocks, a homemade YouTube influencer educating Hebrew speakers on the stock market.Think of Micha as a CNBC for Israelis, a service that hasn't existed until Micha (real last name: Catran) picked up a camera in 2021 and shared his wisdom with just a few followers, streaming live and dropping insightful videos in his native tongue.That community has grown into 20,000 subscribers and a stream of revenue for Micha. We hope you learn a thing or two (or 20,000) from Micha because we sure did! SPONSOR LINKSNeed a Mortgage? They're Epic - https://approvedfunding.com/mortgages/Help Support Israel's Neediest - https://www.colelchabad.org/koshermoneyTIME STAMPS:00:00 Intro2:15 Meet Micha Stocks4:15 CNBC for Hebrew Speakers8:11 Micha's Path to $uccess11:39 Does Micha Have Sponsors?15:25 Micha's Support System17:14 Micha's Advice for YOU to Get Started on YouTube21:48 Sponsored Message25:55 Connecting with His Audience27:55 Does CNBC Know About Micha?28:35 Micha is Also Making $ Thru Premium Memberships30:40 How Israelis View Money vs. Americans34:20 Financial Literacy Education in Israel35:55 Emailing Elon Musk & Tim Cook36:35 What is Elon Musk's Email Address?37:11 What Compelled Micha to Learn Stocks & Investing?39:35 Micha's Go-To Stock-Trading Apps40:55 Sponsored Message43:29 Using the Power of the Internet45:15 The Next Big Things From Micha's Viewpoint 53:15 What is the Blockchain? What is Bitcoin?1:01:40 How to Know Which Cryptocurrencies Are Legitimate? 1:03:12 Visit YouTube.com/c/michastocks1:03:25 The Truth About Steve Jobs & His Legacy1:05:45 Micha's Parting Message & The Einstein of Wall Street1:09:07 OutroMicha's Book Recommendation is the Biography on Steve Jobs: https://tinyurl.com/stevejobsbio12All investment strategies and investments involve risk of loss. Nothing contained in this episode or any of our episodes and videos should be construed as investment advice. Got it? Good! Need financial guidance? Get help from our friends at https://livingsmarterjewish.org/More here: LivingLchaim See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Business Coaching with Join Up Dots
Entrepreneur Advice

Business Coaching with Join Up Dots

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 49:13


Cessar Hasselmann is todays guest joining us on the Steve Jobs inspired join up dots business podcast. He has a fascinating story of loving the process of building businesses by starting at quite an early age. He started his first business when he was just thirteen years old – running a small DJ business. Starting with his father old gear till managing 5 parties and 3 extra DJ's at the same weekend. At 16 his friend business partner got really sick and died at the age of 18, which by consequence made Cessar lose the desire to keep working on the company and chose to stop as well. In the time that's since passed, he's witnessed countless businesses succeed, and others fail.

The Learning Leader Show With Ryan Hawk
472: Jimmy Soni - An Indispensable Guide To Innovation, Curiosity, & Leadership (The Founders)

The Learning Leader Show With Ryan Hawk

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 70:40


Text Hawk to 66866 for Mindful Monday... A carefully curated email sent to you every Monday to help you start your week right... Full show notes at www.LearningLeader.com Twitter/IG: @RyanHawk12      https://twitter.com/RyanHawk12 Jimmy Soni is an award-winning author. His book, A Mind at Play: How Claude Shannon Invented the Information Age, won the 2017 Neumann Prize, awarded by the British Society for the History of Mathematics for the best book on the history of mathematics for a general audience, and the Middleton Prize by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. His book, Jane's Carousel, completed with the late Jane Walentas, captured one woman's remarkable twenty-five-year journey to restore a beloved carousel in Brooklyn Bridge Park. Jimmy's most recent book is called, The Founders - The Story of PayPal and the Entrepreneurs Who Shaped Silicon Valley.  Notes: “Your life will be shaped by the things you create, and the people you make them with. We tend to sweat the former. We don't worry enough about the latter." The founders and earliest employees of PayPal pushed and prodded and demanded better of one another. Instead of "Acknowledgements" to end his book, Jimmy titled the section "Debts" "A debt is deeper than an Acknowledgement." Envy the optimist, not the genius. There's real power in optimism. The world is built by optimists. Look for the silver things. Have belief. Be the type of person that believes in themselves and others… Optimism builds confidence in yourself and others. Be an optimist. Phil Jackson and Michael Jordan – The fact that Phil told the best player in the world… “We aren't going to win a championship if you keep playing that way. You have to buy into the triangle offense.” It shows the value of a friend (or a coach) telling you the truth in order to help you (and the team) get better. "Walter Isaacson made me believe in its (the book) importance and potential. At the very end, he provided the kind of advice that can only come from someone who has spent years laboring in the same fields. Peter Thiel refined Max Levchin's thinking... He made him better. Ask, "Have you thought about it this way?" Watch Jiro Dreams of Sushi Kobe Bryant was an incredible learning machine. His insatiable curiosity made him better. You can become curious about anything. Mr. Beast spent hours every day on Skype with his friends talking about how to grow a YouTube channel. We live in a moment were you can connect with others who are passionate about the same topics you are. With the internet, you can connect with anyone. Qualities of the leaders who created PayPal: It was so hard. They all experienced failure and bounced back. Highly intelligent. Hard-working. They worked 7 days a week. There was no work-life balance. They weren't just resilient, they were fast-moving. Life Advice: What looks like expertise on the outside is generally messiness on the inside. Leadership in Solitude. There are benefits to spending some time by yourself. Ask – The people who make things happen are willing to ASK. Steve Jobs to Bill Hewlitt. Elon Musk to Dr. Peter Nicholson. Those "asks" changed the trajectory of their lives. Who knows, maybe your next ASK will change yours… Claude Shannon, Bell Laboratories, renowned as an incredible hub of innovation…  whose work in the 1930s and '40s earned him the title of “father of the information age.” Geniuses have a unique way of engaging with the world, and if you spend enough time examining their habits, you discover the behaviors behind their brilliance.

The 'X' Zone Radio Show
Rob McConnell Interviews - Dr. Clancy McKenzie, MD - Babies Need Mothers - How Mothers Can Prevent Mental Illness in their Children

The 'X' Zone Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 41:29


At a time when an apple was something Steve Jobs gave to his first grade teacher, Dr. Clancy McKenzie happened upon a discovery that would forever change not just his life, but his patients' as well. It hit him like a bolt of lightning. Without so much as a hand-held calculator, McKenzie unearthed the origin and mechanism of serious mental and emotional disorders. His proscribed treatment and three levels of prevention quickly followed. After forty plus years of research and studies, the author has made the results and prevention methods available to the general public for the first time in his new book: "Babies Need Mothers" How Mothers Can Prevent Mental Illness in their Children. - www.drmckenzie.com listen to all our XZBN shows, with our compliments go to: https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv*** AND NOW ***The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.comThe ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewpaper.com

Fortune's Path Podcast
Do we really have to keep faxing medical records? Carm Huntress and Credo Health

Fortune's Path Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 69:58


Carm Huntress, CEO of Credo Health and four-time company founder, talks to Tom about improving access to medical records and other things digital health. Carm explains what Credo does, and why it's good. Tom and Carm disagree about why healthcare systems spend money. Carm tells why he believes transparency and data will lead to cannibalization in not-for-profit healthcare as expensive procedures are replaced with less expensive alternatives. Carm talks about how systems like Intermountain Healthcare have found cheaper, more efficient ways to deliver care, but their processes may not be scalable across markets. Carm then schools Tom on what strategy is and why it's important. Tom transitions the conversation to talk about one of his passions, audiophile equipment. Carm talks about how high margins and addicted customers can be a recipe for success even in a small market. Carm then discusses why capital allocation is the most important skill for growing a business. Carm tells why building enterprise value is his North Star for allocating capital. Carm uses Steve Jobs as an example of how hard it is to get a business right and reminds us of Steve's many years in the wilderness before coming back to Apple for his most prolific period of creativity. Carm and Tom then talk about Amazon's narrative approach to product creation. Carm finishes with why he thinks hospitals that are building more beds are in for a reconning. Tom wraps things up with an idea for an illegal insurance product for healthy people.

The Download from Sounds Profitable
US Podcasting Revenue Is Up + 5 more stories for May 13, 2022

The Download from Sounds Profitable

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 8:58


This week on The Download: US podcasting revenue is up, Google launches new way to collect data, and a new partnership aims to bring ethics to advertising. One of many podcasting social media staples is sharing platitudes about how the industry is always growing, always doing better. This Monday offered a wonderful moment where one gets empirical data to back them up. The United States podcast ad revenue market hit a billion dollars for the first time in 2021 and shows no sign of slowing down. Anthony Vargas writes for AdExchanger:  “At $1.4 billion – up 72% from roughly $840 million in 2020 – podcasting is now one of the fastest-growing digital media channels, and it's growing twice as fast as the internet advertising market as a whole, according to a report on podcast ad revenue released by the IAB and PricewaterhouseCoopers on Monday.”  Growth has developed so quickly just the US market's 2021 revenue matched podcasting's global 2020 revenue. Vargas attributes a bulk of this growth to the increase of dynamic ad insertion leading to better ad placement. Regardless, things are looking good on the business side of podcasting.  This Tuesday Rain News' Brad Hill reported on the Q1 earnings call of audio distribution platform Audacy. CEO David Field cited strong growth in digital revenue but as far as The Download is concerned, we're interested in their reported 37% podcast revenue increase  Audacy's apps offer a generational divide-bridging service, offering a place to access both terrestrial radio stations and on-demand audio in the form of podcasts in the same place. And it appears Audacy is aiming to take advantage of their broad audience. Brad Hill reports from the earnings call:  “A key forward-looking emphasis of the call was the Audacy Digital Audience Network, a scale-and-reach initiative which was launched during the quarter. Field described it as ‘an addressable and aggregate of over 60 million listeners across our app, streaming content and podcast lineup, enabling precision targeting at scale, coupled with real-time optimization and reporting.'” Up next: a bit of nostalgia looking back at the world that allowed podcasting to exist. Last Thursday Ben Thompson of Stratechery posted an interview with Tony Fadell, the designer known as the father of the iPod.  On the off chance there are members of The Download's audience who aren't old enough to rent a car: the very word podcast is a portmanteau of iPod and broadcast, originally created specifically as a way to share spoken word to Apple's wildly successful MP3 player via their iTunes digital media platform. With Wednesday's announcement that Apple has officially discontinued the iPod Touch, a vestigial remnant of the iPod brand, it's a good time to be nostalgic for the early days of the industry and reflect on how much has changed.  Thompson's interview with Fadell gleefully partakes of nostalgia, rehashing key moments from both Fadell's career and that of the iPod's development. Steve Jobs' leadership style from Apple's 2005 flash memory gambit, the interview evokes memories of a time when touch screens were still exotic futuristic technology.  Last Thursday Olivia Morley, writing for Adweek, covered the announcement of Havas Media Group partnering with the Institute of Advertising Ethics. According to Havas, they intend to offer an advertising ethics certification course to over 9,000 clients and employees.  A quote from the founding COO of IAE, as reported by Morley:  “‘Our industry, astoundingly, is virtually the only professional industry—unlike law, medicine, architecture, engineering, et cetera—that doesn't have any sort of industry code of ethics or certification for ethics,' said Andrew Susman, noting that this will now change.” As Susman said, the IAE has identified a marked lack of training and focus on ethics in advertising. This has a trickle-down effect on the podcasting industry, as we've seen before with various sticky situations companies and creatives alike create with brand safety or unintentional side effects of unethical systems.  “Ethics, according to Downing, can extend to many things. Some include issues of brand safety and ensuring that clients are not using discriminatory ad filters that impact minority creators. For example, putting “LGBTQ+” on a blocklist.” One needs only look at the tech industry's laundry list of issues with their army of engineers with no ethical training creating wildly unethical digital ecosystems. A more ethical advertising industry, if it takes advantage of the IAE and whatever competitors might arise, is a better one.  Speaking of weird ethics: The Download is going to take a brief moment to report on someone reporting on our mothership Sounds Profitable. Tom Webster is leaving Edison Research to join Sounds Profitable as a partner. Webster goes into detail on his motivations and goals for the new position in Tuesday's edition of his newsletter I Hear Things. Quoting Tom: “On June 1st, I am joining Sounds Profitable as Partner, teaming up with Bryan Barletta to help build something to make the podcasting space better for everyone. As a part of that, I Hear Things and its companion podcast will then be under the umbrella of Sounds Profitable, where I'll be a regular contributor.” Webster aims to pursue his and Sounds Profitable founder Bryan Barletta's common goal of making podcasting better. Being a veteran of research and presentations, he's broken it down into an easily-digestible four pillars: insightful content, industry-leading research, unmissable events, and peerless advisory services.  Welcome aboard, Tom. This Wednesday Google announced a new service titled My Ad Center during their annual I/O event. Greg Finn covered the announcement for Search Engine Land.  "All Google users will now have the ability to choose the brands and topics most germane to them that they want to see. This is much different than the Topics targeting within the Privacy Sandbox now being tested, as the inputs are dictated directly by the user.” At launch My Ad Center will only be compatible with Google's search results, YouTube, and Google Discover. On its surface the service promises better transparency with users receiving more granular information as to why they're being served a particular ad, and giving them the ability to fine-tune what topics they would prefer Google cater to. Of course, that's the corporate line. One of the recurring stories that's changing the industry and keeps appearing on The Download is that of advertisers adjusting to stronger privacy on mobile devices and desktop browsers. People serving ads simply don't have access to the hyper-specific data they once did, and conveniently Google has now put out a product designed to get users to give them similarly hyper-specific data points for free under the premise it'll make their online existence better.  The Download is a production of Sounds Profitable. Today's episode was hosted by Shreya Sharma and Manuela Bedoya, and the script was written by Gavin Gaddis. Bryan Barletta and Evo Terra are the executive producers of The Download from Sounds Profitable. Evo Terra edited today's episode. Special thanks to our media host, Omny Studio. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

In the News
51: iGone, but not Forgotten

In the News

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 53:00


Watch the video!https://youtu.be/M9Jrjo-y8sIIn the News blog post for May 13, 2022:https://www.iphonejd.com/iphone_jd/2022/05/in-the-news627.htmlLucky 13thDon't Stop the Music!Shortcuts FTW!Speedtest MapsLocation Based EmergenciesJeff's iPad Issue (and Fix)Jeff's iPhone Issue (and Warning!)Brett's New Apple Watch Solo Loop BandSelf-Repair WorkoutBrett's Apple Watch Tip: Apple Watch Nightstand ModeJeff's Apple Watch Tip: Apple Watch Theater ModeApple Press Release: The music lives onLeander Kahney: An illustrated history of the iPod and its massive impact [Updated]Stephen Hackett: The U2 iPodSaturday Night Live Weekend Update skit with “Steve Jobs” announcing multiple iPodsJohn Voorhees: Introducing the 2022 Automation April Shortcuts Contest WinnersBen Lovejoy: Ookla's Speedtest maps come to iOS and give a more realistic picture of latencyAllison McDaniel: AT&T becomes first US carrier to support 911 location-based routingQuinn Nelson: Using Apple's Tools to Fix My iPhoneBrett's Apple Watch Tip: Just got a MagSafe Duo charger from Apple (I'll report on that in a future episode) and was excited to try out the Apple Watch Nightstand mode, thinking it would keep the watch on all the time … it doesn't. In order to see the time, you'll need to either move towards the Watch or tap it, which isn't always easy to do in the dark. But previously, I would have my iPhone sitting next to me and have to pick it up, so this is better. Just nice to put the Watch to use while it's charging overnight. Jeff's Apple Watch Tip: Apple Watch Theater Mode - This turns on Silent Mode and the screen stays dark until you tap or press a button. You can also wake your watch screen gradually by turning the Digital Crown. How to open Control Center:  Touch and hold the bottom of the watch face. Wait for Control Center to show, then swipe up. You can open Control Center from any screen.  To close: Swipe down from the top of the watch face, or press the Digital Crown.Brett Burney from http://www.appsinlaw.comJeff Richardson from http://www.iphonejd.comSupport the show

Founders
#246 Mark Leonard's Shareholder Letters

Founders

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 32:52


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You add a new layer to the books I've already read and make connections to ones I haven't, but now must read."“I have listened to many podcasts on entrepreneurship (HIBT, Masters of Scale, etc.) and find Founders to be consistently more helpful than any other entrepreneurship podcast. David is a craftsperson, he carefully reads biographies of founders, distills the most important anecdotes and themes from their life, and draws commonalities across lives. David's focus is rightfully not on teaching you a formula to succeed but on constantly pushing you to think different.”“I highly highly recommend this podcast. Holy cow. I've been binge listening to these and you start to see patterns across all these incredible humans.”Listening to your podcast has changed my life and that is not a statement I make often.“After one episode I quickly joined the Misfit feed. Love the insight and thoughts shared along the way. David loves what he does and it shines through on the podcast. 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Subscribe and start listening as soon as possible.”“David saves you hundreds of hours by summarizing bios of legendary business founders and providing valuable insight on what makes an individual successful. He has introduced me to many founders I would have never known existed.”“The podcasts offer spectacular lessons on life, human nature and business achievement. David's enthusiasm and personal thoughts bring me joy. My journey has been enhanced by his efforts.”"Founders is the best self investment that I've made in years."UPGRADE to listen to the rest of this episode and gain access to 254 full length episodes.You will learn the key insights from biographies on Steve Jobs, Elon Musk, John D. Rockefeller, Coco Chanel, Andrew Carnegie, Enzo Ferrari, Estee Lauder, Jeff Bezos, Warren Buffett, Charlie Munger, Phil Knight, Joseph Pulitzer, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Alexander Graham Bell, Bill Gates, P.T. 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