This week, Landon and Jeremiah discuss Austin FC's first MLS win of the year, and their first taste of CCL heartbreak. They are also joined by Apple TV's Keith Costigan to preview the upcoming game at Real Salt Lake. Other topics and questions include:- Cascante injury details - Josh Wolff tactics as a soccer jersey- CF Montreal recap- We are all the left center back- Zardes earning his starting spot? - Violette CCL loss (41:28)- Keller or Tarek performance worse?- Real Salt Lake preview with Keith Costigan (58:40)- moreYou can find more detailed show notes at The Striker Texas. Remember to rate, review, and subscribe to the show at moontowersoccer.com or via your favorite podcasting app.This episode is brought to you by FVF LawSupport the show
In conversation with TikTok Artist and Label Partnerships Manager (MENA), Tarek El Mendelek دردشة مع طارق المندلق, المدير الإقليمي لعلاقات شركات التسجيل والفناين بالشرق الأوسط في TikTok Follow Tarek on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/callmetyro/ The UNJADED Podcast: https://youtu.be/6OvLqun2AqM VIDEO AVAILABLE @https://youtu.be/gSzPZJeU5_4 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/963podcast/message
Fleisch gehört zur deutschen Identität. Egal ob Wurst oder Schnitzel, gegessen werden gerne üppige Portionen vor allem billigen Schweinefleischs. Eine hocheffiziente Fleischproduktion und Billiglöhne sorgen für günstigen Nachschub. Doch Ansprüche an Moral und Qualität stellen Omas Rezepte in Frage. «Super, wirklich super» schwärmt Michael Wagner mit vollem Mund von der Currywurst, die er mitten auf einer Kreuzung in Berlin auf die Schnelle isst. Im Imbissstand bereitet Tarek die Würste im Stakkato zu. Viele Deutsche lieben schnelles, billiges Essen und Fleisch gehört einfach dazu. Schon die alten Römer fanden, dass die Germanen keine ausgeprägte Esskultur haben. Das schlichte Essen gehört zur deutschen Identität und Fleisch wurde zum Kulturgut. Seine Verfügbarkeit für alle sorgte einst für politische Stabilität. Landwirte wie Henning Kock produzieren günstiges Schweinefleisch. Im sogenannten «Schweinegürtel», einer Region südwestlich von Bremen, hält er 2600 Tiere. Sie sind genetisch so veranlagt, dass sie sich trotz dauernder Verfügbarkeit von Futter nicht überfressen und rund 900 Gramm pro Tag zulegen. Mit Fleisch verdient auch Alina Henrici ihr Leben. In ihrer Metzgerei in Hessen lädt sie Kinder in die Wurstküche ein, damit diese verstehen, dass die Wurst nicht vom Discounter, sondern vom Tier kommt. Für viele ist Fleisch nicht wegzudenken. Doch nun streicht Freiburg im Breisgau das Fleisch vom Menu der Grundschulen und Kitas. Die Aufregung ist gross.
Tarek "Bliss" Bibi is a star seed warrior who has already changed the lives of thousands of people worldwide. Tarek works with women and men on the spiritual path to help them "Thrive Doing What They Love!" Through his revolutionary Infinity Healing modality he is able to help his clients achieve and manifest their hearts desires even if they have not been able to achieve their results elsewhere. Tarek Bibi, aka. Mr. Miraculous, is a facilitator of inner transformation helping people transcend all their emotional and psychological blocks at their core level. In an instant Tarek is able to help people release years of pain and problems to Live Life Miraculously! A very sought after speaker on telesummits and festivals, Tarek's warm, sincere and loving heart-centered presence helps and heals all who are inspired by his own journey from abuse and trauma to living an inspired life. Tarek is a sensitive, gifted poet, musician and artist with a commitment to helping people all around the world become their best selves and learn to use their gifts and thrive in this new age of consciousness. He has been labeled an empath, indigo, a star seed, an earth angel, and a light warrior. He earns the name Mr. Miraculous because of the instant breakthroughs he has assisted his clients in achieving. Where nothing else has worked, Infinity Healing has made it possible in an instant.
"Tarek, du ser rigtig flink ud, men jeg tør ikke tage risikoen med sådan nogle som jer. Jeg ved jo ikke, om du er kriminel eller om du har nogle fætre, der er bandemedlemmer". Det er den afvisning Tarek får, da han som helt ung boligsøgende tropper op til et åbent hus på en lejlighed. Det er første, men ikke sidste gang, at han oplever, at hans navn, hans brune hud og hans sorte skæg er en hæmsko i det danske samfund. Og han er ikke alene - utallige undersøgelser har vist, at borgere med ikke vestlig baggrund bliver diskrimineret, når det f.eks. handler om at få en læreplads, at få et job og en bolig. Jurist, forfatter og debattør, Tarek Ziad Hussein, fortæller, hvordan det er at vokse op i et Danmark, der ikke er lige for alle. Vært: Anna Ingrisch.
The Weekly Juice | Real Estate, Personal Finance, Investing
This week we had the privilege of interviewing one of the biggest names in real estate, Tarek El-Moussa. Tarek is a master real estate investor, television personality, business owner, educator, father, husband, and star of one of the most successful real estate shows in the world, HGTV's Flip or Flop.Over the last 20 years Tarek has established an incredible reputation for himself in the real estate and business worlds.He has flipped hundreds of homes and completed thousands of successful real estate transactions. However, the most impressive feat of all is that Tarek built his empire all while battling and beating cancer twice. Tarek has a feel good story about a guy who refused to settle for average and was willing to put in the work to make it. Sit back and relax as we pull back the curtain to find out how Tarek El-Moussa built his legacy one brick at a time. ***If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving us a review on Apple Podcasts? It takes less than 60 seconds and makes a huge difference in helping us land high profile guests on the show. We also love reading reviews to see the impact we're making!Interested in sponsoring the podcast? Click hereInterested in being interviewed on the podcast? Click hereInterested in joining our investor mailing list and investing with us? Click hereInterested in YouTube Automation? Click hereFollow Us: Instagram: instagram.com/weeklyjuicepodYouTube: youtube.com/@weeklyjuicepodTikTok: tiktok.com/@weeklyjuicepodTwitter: twitter.com/weeklyjuicepodPrevious Guests on The Weekly Juice Podcast include: Brandon Turner, David Greene, Tony Robinson, Paula Pant, Chad “Coach” Carson, Heather Blankenship, Jake Harris, Avery Carl, Tim Bratz, J. Scott, Matt Faircloth, Ashley Wilson, Felipe Mejia, Mark McMahon, Robert Leonard, Ashley Hamilton, Zeona McIntyre, Michael Elefante, Michael Zuber, Alex Camacho, Steve Rozenberg, Henry Washington, Axel Ragnarsson, Seth Berger, Myra Oliver, Cody Berman, Shelby Osbourne, Indar Lange, Phillip Vera, Naaman Taylor, Rich Fettke, Brody Fausett, Jerome Maldonado, Brian Luebben, Ana Klein, Diego Corzo, David Toupin, Travis Zappia, Stratton Brown, Dr. Joe Asamoah, David Grabiner, Brian Davila, Mark Jones, Ian Group, Lauryn Williams, Lauren & Kyle Clugston (Rentals to Wealth), Craig Curelop (The Fi Guy), Marc Russell (Better Wallet), Josh & Ali Lupo (The Fi Couple), Brennan Schlagbaum (Budget Dog), Chloe Daniels (Clobare Money Coach), JD Sustar (Finance Cowboy), Rachel Richards (Money Honey Rachel), Shang (Save My Cents), Soli Cayetano (Lattes and Leases), Sharon Tseung, Tyler Wright, Georgiy (Funancialism), Sarah King (Nerds Guide to Fi), Chris (The Stealthy Rich), Kyle Stanley (Fearless Kyle), Savannah Arroyo (Net Worth Nurse), and many more.
Join Bravo Critics Arielle and Ricky as they discuss all of the latest pop culture news and the shows we are currently obsessed with. -First things first, we are tired of the RHONY Legacy rollercoaster. We talk about what we think about the situation and how we need our girls back asap! -Real Housewives of Potomac has been one of our favorite shows currently airing, so naturally we have to talk about Robyn and Juan, and the hypocrisy from the Green Eyed Bandits -The Real Housewives of SLC reunion and season has ended. I think we are both glad to see it. This season has been boring and the reunion was a total disappointment. We break down all of the reunion tea. -Ricky talks about Below Deck Adventure now that the season has wrapped and gives his thoughts on the inaugural season. Additionally, Arielle is finally up to date on Below Deck, so we get all of her thoughts there. -Arielle FINALLY watched White Lotus on HBO. We discuss our love for the cast, especially Jennifer Coolidge. -Peacock's Traitors has not only been renewed for a second season, but we are getting a reunion for season one hosted by Andy Cohen! We also talk about our Bravo dream teams for Traitors. Arielle would love to see Johnny Bananas and I want to see a Sonja Morgan, will we see a reunion from these Worst Cooks in America Celeb edition alumni? -Who even are the Bella twins? Ricky has no idea but Arielle LOVES watching them on E! and gives Ricky all of the details. -Should networks and production companies be held responsible for "false" advertising in promos? We see this a lot on Bravo where we are shown a scene, never to see it again. Ricky talks about how this is a common tactic for Marvel movies to keep the suspense on the upcoming movies. Ricky also tells us about his love for Black Panther Wakanda Forever (now available on Disney +) -Congrats to Tarek and Heather (HGTV, Selling Sunset on Netflix), they just welcomed their first child together! -Lastly, Arielle gives us all the deets on the new Pamela Anderson special on Netflix. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bravo-critics/support
Cultural Conversations by Art D'Egypte
THAT Conversation with Tarek Ali
In one of his most transparent episodes to date, Tarek revisits the traumatic events that led him to uncover his own self-hatred and the harm it was causing to others. From vulnerable conversations with his best friends that went left, to colorist tweets from grade school that resurfaced online in 2020, he shares how all of these experiences were just stepping stones to him learning how to love himself more. Aside from his powerful storytelling, this episode will provide you with the tools to help you reflect on your own (hidden) beliefs that may be keeping you from loving yourself to the fullest.
This week, Landon and Jeremiah discuss new signings, the latest transfer rumors, and Claudio Reyna's job change. Other topics and questions include:- What we learned from ATXII media availability- Vaisanen arrives in Austin- What will Amro Tarek's role be?- Moussa Djitte on the way out? - Is it to make room for Will Bruin?- Wolff fires shots at Romaña over fitness- Claudio Reyna steps down as Sporting Director- Listener Questions- moreYou can find more detailed show notes at The Striker Texas. Remember to rate, review, and subscribe to the show at moontowersoccer.com or via your favorite podcasting app.This episode is brought to you by FVF LawSupport the show
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The guys share how they would answer two questions asked by Tarek Saleh on The Great Dane Huddle on ESPN Madison. Reviewing how "running it back" in 2023 could impact Brian Gutekunst and Matt LaFleur's futures. Whoa Nelly! featuring questions about the Vikings and Seahawks. And a final check of the day's poll asking about a character from Wedding Crashers...
Adult Content Tarek Singh Fatah Roasts Pakistan and its Urdu Language Jaipur Dialogues
Ein Gespräch mit dem „Verkäufer aus Leidenschaft” - Tarek Abouelela „Ich liebe und lebe das Verkaufen” - und das solltest du auch! Und genau aus diesem Grund spricht Jörg in der heutigen Folge mit einer sehr interessanten Persönlichkeit über die Thematik des Verkaufens: Tarek Abouelela. Tarek ist Unternehmer, Sportenthusiast und vor allem leidenschaftlicher Verkäufer. Seit über 30 Jahren brennt er für den Vertrieb und das Verkaufen. Als Geschäftsführer der Abouelela GmbH und der LUDOKI GmbH verhilft er unter dem Claim „Wir machen Champions” seinen Kunden zu mehr Wirksamkeit im Vertrieb. In dem heutigen Gespräch teilt er seine Geschichte und seine Erfahrungen und betont die Bedeutung des Verkaufens in allen Bereichen des Lebens. Also, worauf wartest du noch? Höre dir das Interview an, lerne, das Verkaufen zu leben und zu lieben und abonniere gleich danach diesen Podcast, wenn er dir gefällt. __________ Hier findest du mehr von Tarek: ► Website: https://abouelela.com/ ► Podcast ‚Die Sales Couch‘: https://buff.ly/34HFFES ► LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tarek-abouelela/ ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tarek_abouelela/ __________ Mehr von Jörg: ► Backstage: https://joergkintzel.com/backstage/ ► Inner Circle: https://joergkintzel.com/innercircle/ ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/joergkintzel/ ► YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWAkwU2cxOH2ehjtvX24xzA ► LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jörg-kintzel-vertrieb-unternehmertum/ ► Homepage: https://joergkintzel.com/ Jörg Kintzel ist Vorstand, selbstständiger Handelsvertreter und Aktionär der Valuniq AG, Deutschlands viertgrößtem unabhängigen Finanzdienstleister (gem. jährlichem Cash-Rangliste). Gemeinsam mit seiner Frau Birgit Elisabeth Kintzel führt er als Unternehmer und Investor die SVART GmbH, ein Family Office, das verschiedene Beteiligungen an Unternehmen und Start-ups bündelt. Mit der SVART GmbH fördern Jörg und Birgit Elisabeth Kintzel zusammen ganz gezielt Ideen und setzen sie gemeinsam in die Tat um. Über Erfolge wird leider in Deutschland viel zu wenig geredet, dabei hat dieses Land Unglaubliches und auch viele Innovationen zu verbuchen. Darum ist es ihnen ein persönliches Anliegen, ihr Wissen und ihre Finanzkraft in Menschen zu investieren und diese Erfolge sichtbarer und größer zu machen. Denn sie werden zukünftig dazu beitragen, dieses Land nach vorne zu bringen. Impressum: https://joergkintzel.com/impressum/ __________ KINTZEL MINDSET, Jörg Kintzel, Business, Unternehmertum, Wirtschaft, Interviewpodcast, Wirtschaftspodcast, Investor, Geld, Autos, Uhren, Mindset, Family Office, Unternehmer, Performance, Unternehmen gründen, Verkauf, Sales, Start-Up
THAT Conversation with Tarek Ali
In this episode, Tarek offers a new mindset that will help you see the light in your dark times. Not just after the storm, but while it's happening. He uses examples from his own journey and gives you the tools needed to allow yourself to not be ok, and see how the storm you're in is needed for what's next. So that the next time a storm comes, you'll allow yourself feel and to not be ok while also showing up to your higher self and staying in a position for growth.
Real Estate Investor Growth Network Podcast
We have Grace Kuo and Michael Santos on this episode sharing their first flip they did OUT OF STATE! This powerhouse duo are HomeSchooled by Tarek students that share the importance of investing in their education. They go into detail on how they got the best rate from their lender and how they won over the sellers by helping them understand the math behind their offer. It's hard to believe this was their first flip! Michael Santos and Grace Kuo are a husband and wife team from Glendora, CA who founded MWGM Properties. They began their real estate investment journey in 2021 after joining Homeschooled by Tarek. Before joining the program, Michael is a nurse working in a mental health facility and Grace is a licensed marriage and family therapist and their only real estate experience up until then was buying and selling their 2 primary residences. Since starting MWGM Properties, they've flipped 2 properties in Oregon and have shifted their focus on short term and medium term rentals. Currently they have purchased three properties in South Bend, IN with the intention of turning them into AirBnBs. Michael's personal interests outside of real estate consist of collecting sneakers and fitness. Grace's personal interests are wine and coffee and shameless reality TV shows like 90 Day Fiance. Mochi and Wobbles are their dogs/business partners who handle marketing and human resources. Website: www.mwgmproperties.com Facebook: MWGM Properties IG: @mwgmproperties To learn more about Jen Josey, visit www.TheRealJenJosey.com To join REIGN, visit www.REIGNmastermind.com If you would like to
Tarek Komin"Il giorno in cui ritornano"Gallucci Editorehttps://galluccieditore.comNeri ha 13 anni quando, a seguito della morte della madre, si trasferisce con il padre a Holzbrücke, un paese sperduto sul limitare della Foresta Nera. Ma il quartiere in cui vanno a vivere si presenta inospitale, a tratti inquietante, come se nascondesse qualcosa di oscuro e indecifrabile. E il mistero presto si palesa: ogni 11 novembre, in quel piccolo agglomerato di case, i defunti rivivono. Per un solo giorno all'anno i morti tornano nell'aldiquà e gli abitanti ricevono la visita dei propri affetti scomparsi, in un'atmosfera che lascia trasparire una perturbante normalità. Soprattutto perché i morti non hanno coscienza di essere tali…“Chiuse gli occhi e li riaprì, ma l'immagine era ancora davanti a lui. Ed era reale. Vide distintamente sua madre cullare Luna. Marie era di spalle, nella tiepida penombra del tardo pomeriggio. Neri non stava sognando, Marie, sua madre, era lì.” Tarek Komin, nato a Sansepolcro da madre italiana e padre siriano, vive e lavora tra Toscana e Umbria. Laureato in studi storici, ama i viaggi e l'arte, ed è autore di romanzi, poesie e racconti. IL POSTO DELLE PAROLEAscoltare fa Pensarehttps://ilpostodelleparole.it
Jim Rutledge and Matt Hamilton react to the scary Damar Hamlin situation that occurred on Monday Night Football. NFL Alum and host of The Great Dane Huddle Tarek Saleh joins to discuss the brotherhood of the NFL. Jason Wilde makes his weekly appearance to discuss the Hamlin situation and the Packers big game coming up on Sunday.
Rancore è passato a trovarci qualche giorno prima della tappa milanese del suo tour dedicato a Xenoverso, il suo ultimo album. Ci siamo fatti trasportare nell'universo di questo disco che racchiude mondi alternativi, realtà intangibili e un'ottima scrittura. Tarek ci ha anche raccontato di come ha iniziato a coltivare la passione per la musica ritagliandosi ogni momento libero per comporre, di come i limiti imposti possano spingerci a cercare la nostra libertà e dei lati positivi e negativi di tutto ciò che è inafferrabile.
I'm joined today by a living legend, Tarek Nour, who single-handedly revolutionised the advertising world in Egypt and the Middle East at large. He made household names out of major brands with catchy jingles and his signature voice-overs. Today Tarek is semi-retired, active in some aspects of his business but also able to take a bird's eye view of the industry, his life and Egypt. We also have more from Tarek in a bonus episode exclusively for our members coming out next week. You can subscribe in Apple Podcasts to get this bonus episode, and early access to future episodes of the season as well! This episode is brought to you by: Sodic, celebrating 25 years of creating timeless places EFG Hermes One, your one-stop gateway to investment Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Get CME Here: https://earnc.me/IR7hom Running a private practice takes a lot of dedication and hard work. Without your unwavering attention, it's easy to let things slide and this is when mistakes happen that can leave a lasting impact on the success of your business. No one knows this better than Dr. Tarek Shahbandar, Founder of the Pain Physicians of Indiana, P.C. as well as the Founder and CEO of Expert Medical Billing, LLC. Today, Dr. Shahbandar will be joining the show to share his experience with practice management, including the hurdles he has faced on the way to running a successful practice and his advice for those just starting to think about opening an office. Learn more: https://apmsuccess.com/173 Watch the video: https://apmsuccess.com/173v
Our Guest: Tarek Rabah, President & CEO at Otsuka U.S.What you'll get out of this episode: Rabeh's background What excites Rabeh about being at Otsuka Otsuka's support of recent research in light of the mental health pandemic What's next for Otsuka? Our sponsors for this episode are Sage Growth Partners, BlocHealth, & ChenMed Sage Growth Partners accelerates commercial success for healthcare organizations through a singular focus on growth. The company helps its clients thrive amid the complexities of a rapidly changing marketplace with deep domain expertise and an integrated application of research, strategy, and marketing. For more information, please go to www.sage-growth.com & follow Sage Growth Partners on social media - @sagegrowthpartnersBlocHealth is building the ecosystem of services and solutions to power the future of healthcare. For more information, please go to www.blochealth.com & follow BlocHealth on social media - @blochealth"ChenMed brings concierge-style medicine and better health outcomes to the neediest populations – moderate-to-low income seniors with complex chronic diseases. For more information, please go to www.chenmed.com & follow ChenMed on social media - @chenmedTo learn more about Otsuka please use the links below:- Website - LinkedInAlso, be sure to follow Slice of Healthcare on our social channels:- Website - Facebook - LinkedIn - Twitter - YouTube - Newsletter
Detroit Economic Club's Podcast
Inspire Breakout Session: Interdisciplinary and 21st Century Jobs How do you prepare your career for jobs that do not exist yet? How can you predict if your job will become automated? If it will, can you protect yourself? Are you prepared to utilize all of your potential and expand out of your current position? In this session, Tarek Sobh will discuss with attendees how to renew their credentials to become in-demand when the world becomes autonomous. Interdisciplinary fields are becoming more and more popular and so are the people that can work interdisciplinarily. It's time to get out of your comfort zone and upskill yourself for ever-changing technological-based careers. Key Takeaways: What industry can do to support higher education to make graduates better prepared to join the workforce Wants and needs have changed with the pandemic and everyone needs to be adapting to make work and learning environments better and more accommodating all around Speaker: Dr. Tarek Sobh President Lawrence Technological University Visit http://www.econclub.org/meeting/2022-young-leader-conference/ to learn more! #decylc
Want to support our Sarde? check out our Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/sardeafterdinner Attorney at Law Diane Assaf a.k.a @LawWithDiane has a Sarde with Médéa and Mouin about: - The recent development surrounding the Aug 4th investigation - The relentless targeted effort to intimidate/replace Judge Tarek Bitar - The Executive Power Vacuum in Lebanon (no president + no government) - Should we change the Lebanese constitution? - The catastrophic crumbling of the Lebanese Judiciary في سردة هذا الأسبوع، تتحدث المحامية في القانون ديان عساف مع ميديا ومعين عن المواضيع التالية: -التطورات الأخيرة في ملف التحقيق في انفجار ٤ آب -الجهود الرامية إلى تخويف القاضي طارق بيطار واستبداله -الفراغ في السلطة في لبنان (لا رئيس ولا حكومة) -هل يجب تغيير الدستور اللبناني؟ -الانهيار الكارثي للسلطة القضائية في لبنان Sarde (noun), [Sa-r-de]: A colloquial term used in the Middle East to describe the act of letting go & kicking off a stream of consciousness and a rambling narrative. The Sarde After Dinner Podcast is a free space based out of the heart of Beirut, Lebanon, where Médéa Azouri & Mouin Jaber discuss a wide range of topics (usually) held behind closed doors in an open and simple way with guests from all walks of life. سردة (إسم) سَرْدَةْ : مصطلح بالعامية يستخدم في منطقة الشرق الأوسط للدلالة على الاسترخاء وإطلاق سردية. يشكّل بودكاست سردة بعد العشاء مساحة حرّة من قلب بيروت، لبنان، حيث تناقش ميديا عازوري ومعين جابر عدّة مواضيع (لطالما) تمّت مناقشتها خلف أبواب مغلقة وذلك بطريقة بسيطة ومباشرة مع ضيوف من شتّى المجالات. SARDE EVERY SUNDAY with NEW EPISODES released WEEKLY! 9:00 PM
Matthew Perry is NOT destitute. Flip or Flop Final Flipi announced since HGTV is still in denial about Tarek and Christina. And @HalleBerry Listen to the daily Van Camp and Morgan radio show at: AltBossGold.com 92.5TheBlock TRIK FM RockPartyRadio RiverRatRadio The Mix614 Sunny105 Souldies.com KTahoe.com RetroFM 941now.com ZFunHundred Tucka56Radio.com AmericaOneRadio.com TheMix96.com 100az.live Audacy Lite99Orlando.com PlayFMOnline.com Free99EastTexasRadio FrontierCountryOnline.com Hits247fm.com BossBossRadio.com Hot977FM.com CountryBarnyardRadio.com B98KC.com That70sChannel.com iHeartMedia Boss90sNow.com CoolJamzRadio GenerationsX.com MagicRadio.rebelmediagroup.us BossCountryRadio.com Retro80sRadio24/7 NCMCountry OasisRadio Z89.3 StarHit1FM 925The Block 247TheSound.com WMQL RadioBigFM War Zone Radio WRSR The Rooster DCXRocks FusionRadio Mix96.1 106.5TrisJamz find us at: VanCampAndMorgan.com
THAT Conversation with Tarek Ali
Depression and anxiety are much more than just feelings of sadness. They are changes in behavior that make you act out of character and turn to others for the validation you should be giving to yourself. In this episode, Tarek reveals the therapist-approved method he uses to nurture himself back to health when he was close to burnout. Including tools and methods he came up with to use when feeling triggered by unmet childhood needs. Because we are human. We get depressed. But it is the process of climbing out and loving ourselves that helps us suffer less and grow more.Please like, rate, review, and subscribe to this podcast.Tarek Reveals:After Fashion Week, Tarek realized he was getting close to burnout.Meditating with the Daily Calm app and journaling relieved some of Tarek's anxiety but he realized he was going through depression.Tarek acted out of character so he knew he needed to better understand his behavior.Dating apps feel like a necessary evil to Tarek but they also provide him with validation.In NY, people didn't see Tarek for who he wanted to be seen as.12-year-old Tarek is still crying about his unmet childhood needs. Tarek's family felt love through eating soul food together. When he wants to feel comfort, he eats.Self-care is a way Tarek validates himself but not caring for himself is an outward expression of his internal depression.Identifying your needs helps you embrace better methods.Tarek shares the method he uses to remind himself of when he wants to validate himself.Care enough about yourself to put in the work. It is worth it!Join the community!:THAT Convo Pod@thatconvopod on InstagramConnect with Tarek:@itstarekali on Instagram@itstarekali on TwitterTarek Ali on YouTube@itstarekali on TikTok
durée : 00:59:36 - Plan large - par : Antoine Guillot - Comme un hommage à Pierre Soulages, ce sont toutes les nuances du noir qui se retrouvent aujourd'hui dans Plan Large, avec nos invités, les cinéastes Patricia Mazuy pour "Bowling Saturne" et Tarik Saleh, pour "La Conspiration du Caire". - invités : Patricia Mazuy Réalisatrice; Tarik Saleh réalisateur suédois d'origine egyptienne; Harold Manning Réalisateur, traducteur et interprète; Alessandro Comodin Réalisateur italien; Sandra Onana critique de cinéma, journaliste à Libération
As podcasters, we have to remember that the content we create is, first and foremost, for our audience. When it comes to picking our format, deciding on what content to create and choosing guests, it is important that we do so through an audience-centered lens. This week, episode 71 of Listeners to Leads is about putting your audience first! The Listeners to Leads Membership is for business owners who have a podcast and are looking to get Strategy, Community, and Accountability to grow their show and generate leads.In this episode of Listeners to Leads, my guest Tarek Hossain shares what a video-centered podcast looks like from a planning, content, and guest perspective and actionable steps you can take right now to make sure that the value and guests you are bringing onto your podcast are in alignment with the outcome you want for your audience. Tarek and I also chat about the following: How Tarek's accidental YouTube growth lead to his video-first podcast strategy. Giving yourself permission to start messy just as long as you start something.Keeping your audience front of mind when it comes to choosing guests. Tips and advice for pitching to high-profile guests. The art of strategically following up on guest pitches.When you make decisions for your podcast with your audience front of mind, you'll start to see that reflected back to you in growth and community. Be sure to tune in to all the episodes to receive tons of practical tips on turning your podcast listeners into leads and to hear even more about the points outlined above.Thank you for listening! If you enjoyed this episode, take a screenshot of the episode to post in your stories and tag me! And don't forget to follow, rate and review the podcast and tell me your key takeaways!CONNECT WITH TAREK HOSSAIN:YouTubeInstagramTikTokCONNECT WITH ALESIA GALATI:InstagramLinkedInWork with Galati Media! Join the Membership
Sanna Almajedi talks to Jad and Tarek Atoui about their experimental music duo, Through Rust and Dusk. The conversation is followed by an excerpt of their performance at e-flux on September 26, 2022 that incorporated improvisation, custom made instruments, field recordings, and electronic sounds. Read more about Tarek Atoui‘s The Whisperers (October 1–December 10, 2022) at Flag Art Foundation here. Jad Atoui is a Beirut-based sound artist and improviser. He composes and performs electronicand electro-acoustic music and has worked with musicians like John Zorn, Pauline Oliveros, Laurie Anderson, Chuck Bettis, and Anthony Sahyoun. During his formative years in New York, Atoui found interest in the New York avant-garde scene. He began working closely with NYC downtown musicians and learning improvised music techniques, while also working at the Stone and the Guggenheim Museum. In 2015, Atoui spearheaded the “Biosonics” project in collaboration with scientist Ivan Marazzi where they used bio-sonification of behaviors as compositional tools. The project was later published in John Zorn's Arcana Book Vol. XVIII and premiered at National Sawdust as part of The Stone's commissioning series. Atoui has given and co-directed workshops at Marfa Sounding, Ashkal Alwan, and Beirut Synth Center, and has been a resident at The Stone, The National Sawdust, Beirut Art Center, Arab Image Foundation, and Sharjah Art Foundation. Tarek Atoui is an artist and composer born in Beirut. His work stems from performance and looks into how sound can be perceived with sensory organs other than the ear, how sound acts as a catalyst for human interaction, and how it relates to social, historical, and spatial parameters. The point of departure for his works is usually extensive anthropological, ethnological, musicological, or technical research, which results in the realization of instruments, listening rooms, performances, or workshops. Atoui has presented his work internationally at the Sharjah Biennial in the United Arab Emirates (2009 and 2013); dOCUMENTA 13 in Kassel, Germany (2012); the 8th Berlin Biennial (2014); Tate Modern, London (2016); CCA NTU, Singapore (2017); Garage Moscow (2018); the 58th International Art Exhibition of la Biennale di Venezia (2019); the Okayama Art Summit 2019; the Sharjah Art Foundation (2020); The Fridericianum (2020); And Pinault Collection (2021). He was appointed co-artistic director of STEIM studios in 2007, and of the Bergen Assembly, a triennial for contemporary art in Norway in 2016. He is the recipient of the Suzanne Deal Booth / FLAG Art Foundation Prize 2020. Tarek Atoui currently lives and works in Paris, France. e-flux music is curated by Sanna Almajedi.
Digital nomads sometimes get a bad rap, for impacting local communities in a negative way rather than creating positive change. But today's guest is working hard to counter that, with two fantastic projects.Tarek Kholoussy is a social entrepreneur with an MBA with honors from New York University and a career of working at top organizations like Goldman Sachs. In 2013, he left the corporate world behind in an effort to explore the actual world, and in 2018 launched Nomads Giving Back!This programme inspires volunteers to contribute locally to their homes-away-from-home, enriching their personal experiences and making a difference to areas which need it. Because the need is often related to learning, in the knowledge work community, Tarek and his team launched Nomads Skillshare! in 2020 - a learning platform and community empowering everyone to learn the skills needed for global mobility, and new location-independent ways of living.You can keep in touch with Tarek and his travels online:https://www.linkedin.com/in/kholoussy/https://www.instagram.com/tarek.world/And of course, check out (and get involved) with the voluntary projects at:Nomads Giving Back | An Impact-driven Digital Nomads Communityhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/nomadsgivingback/https://www.instagram.com/nomadsgivingback/www.nomadsskillshare.comhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/nomadsskillshare/https://www.instagram.com/nomadsskillshare/And don't forget that the Future Is Freelance podcast is brought to you by https://xolo.io - right now, you can try our flagship Xolo Leap product for free for 3 months, while you volunteer at one of Tarek's projects. https://www.xolo.io/zz-en/leap - so you can take your location-independent business on the road with you to your new remote work destination of choice
Delegate Your Way To Success Podcast
In today's episode of the Master Delegator Podcast, Kristy Yoder is joined by Tarek Hossain, a well-known Coach, Consultant, and Entrepreneur. Tarek shares his humble beginnings in the world of business and his journey as the co-founder of The Double Space & Storage Company. Listen as Kristy and Tarek talk on how to delegate tasks while maintaining overall control in your business for scalable growth.Episode Highlights:04:04: The beginning of Double Space company and making the business profitable09:00: Business is about people09:15: Difference between working in your business and working on your business09:33: How and why delegation is important for entrepreneurs11:15: Hiring the talent that can scale your business16:58: How to maintain control in the process of delegationHow to Delegate Tasks While Maintaining Overall Control When Tarek coaches, he always asks his clients, "Are you working in the business, or are you working on the business?" Tarek himself is a fan and believer of delegation. Tarek shared his way of delegating tasks to his team, so business owners who listen to this podcast can grasp how delegation works.Here's how he delegates tasks while maintaining overall control of the business: Setting up clear instructions and objectives - Whether you hire an employee or outsource a task to a freelancer or Virtual Assistant, it's always a good idea to set expectations, goals, and what you want to achieve for them; that way, they'll know what and how to get it done correctly.Outsourcing or hiring the perfect person - Setting up instructions and objectives isn't enough to get a task done correctly. Delegating a specific task to a person with specialized experience in their field of expertise is also a good way to make delegation more efficient and effective. About Tarek HossainTarek Hossain co-founded the Double Space Moving & Storage Company as an entrepreneur. And as a consultant, he worked as Resume Writer and HR Consultant for HR Connexions Canada. Tarek founded Small Jobs as a specialized business coach for solopreneurs, small businesses, and startups.Learn more about him here:LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/tarekhossain/ Website: www.hrcxtalentservices.com, www.thesmalljobs.ca, www.doublespace.caAre you in need of any assistance? Are you tired and running out of time? It's time to start looking for a virtual assistant! Learn how to get your freedom and life back by visiting Smartvirtualassistants.comBe part of our Facebook community page for entrepreneurs who want to become a master delegator. Do you want to learn how to hire a virtual assistant? Access our free training. Want to know how to delegate effectively? Get access to our mini-course!
THAT Conversation with Tarek Ali
Imagine being dressed by your favorite world-renowned designers at NY's Fashion Week and getting praise for your hard work, then an overwhelming sense of dissatisfaction and depression washes over you. But you don't know… why. In this episode, Tarek first catches us up on his busy last couple of weeks, then shares his personal journal entries that helped him get to the bottom of his emotions, and how he showed up for himself once he identified them. And to end, Tarek reminds us of the power and importance of rest, to not only heal but to get the job done! This episode just keeps on giving so settle in to be transformed.Please like, rate, review, and subscribe to this podcast.Tarek Reveals:Taylor acknowledges Tarek's healing help.Dreams don't have to be big to be important.Just because you haven't made money with your creativity yet doesn't make you less of an artist.Tarek is signed to Gotham Group!!Millions of people watched the Tarek and Taylor podcast on socials.Body dysmorphia makes videos and full-body shots uncomfortable for Tarek.The story behind being dressed by Diesel and Peter Do at NYFW.Time off to heal is important!How the influx in creators + Tiktok has changed the Revenue in influencing marketingTarek doesn't do anything God doesn't tell him to do.Fashion week in NY brought excitement but also emotional ups and downs.Tarek's superpower is his writing. He has started writing three TV shows and a film.How you get to burnout.Appreciate the small wins.Don't feel guilty for resting. Rest is a privilege you've earned.Join the community!:THAT Convo Pod@thatconvopod on InstagramConnect with Tarek:@itstarekali on Instagram@itstarekali on TwitterTarek Ali on YouTube@itstarekali on TikTok
The Twenty Minute VC: Venture Capital | Startup Funding | The Pitch
Tarek Mansour is the Founder and CEO @ Kalshi, the first regulated exchange where you can trade directly on the outcome of events. Tarek has raised funding from some of the best including Alfred Lin @ Sequoia, Ali Partovi @ Neo, Ron Conway, Charles Schwab and Henry Kravis. Before founding Kalshi, Tarek worked at the likes of Citadel, Palantir and Goldman Sachs, in various different roles. In Today's Episode with Tarek Mansour We Discuss: 1.) Entry into Startups: How did Tarek make his way from a nerdy kid in Lebanon to having his first startup funded by Sequoia and billionaires likes Charles Schwab and Henry Kravis? How did his mother's continuous desire for excellence change Tarek's mindset? What are the biggest lessons that Tarek took from his mother's strict parenting and how did he apply them to how he manages the team at Kalshi today? 2.) What it Takes to Succeed: Why does Tarek believe that the world does not want your startup to exist? In that case, what are the core traits that founders need to fight this headwind? Does Tarek believe in work-life balance? What are some of the struggles of this? Does Tarek believe you should work on your weaknesses or double down on your strengths? 3.) Building the Team: Does Tarek believe that naivete is a strength or a weakness? At what point does it change between being a strength to being a weakness? Does Tarek prefer to hire more senior experienced people or younger hustlers with more energy? What have been the single biggest hiring mistakes that Tarek has made? How has it changed his approach to team building? What is the one single trait that if Tarek sees, he will not hire? How does Tarek make the interview process both fun but different and challenging? Where do so many founders make mistakes in how they construct the hiring process? 4.) Tarek Mansour: AMA: What have been the single biggest lessons from working with Ron Conway and Alfred Lin? What are some of Tarek's biggest insecurities in leadership today? What does Tarek know now that he wishes he had known at the beginning of his time with Kalshi? What would Tarek most like to change about the world of startups? Items Mentioned in Today's Show: Tarek's Favourite Book: Never Split the Difference: Negotiating as If Your Life Depended on It
Tarek El Moussa first got into real estate at the age of 20. After six months, he could not sell a home and his mother wanted him to go to college. He didn't like school. But he did enroll in a training program with real estate coach Mike Ferry. He then concentrated for the next 90 days and found success. His career has seen highs and lows, including during the recession in 2008-2009. Later, Tarek went into house flipping and even landed a show on HGTV, where he continues to teach people how to flip houses. Throughout his entire experience, Mike has learned that you will discover luck – but only if you take massive action. He teaches this through his own example and through his coaching program and live events. Join Tarek El Moussa and Host Dan Lesniak as they discuss… ∙ The persistence in making more calls to leads will lead to making more sales. ∙ How to be successful with expired listings, short sales, and house flipping ∙ How Tarek landed a contract for a house flipping show with HGTV – before he ever flipped a house! ∙ Why agents should be focused on calling a specific minimum number of contacts on a daily basis. QUOTES TO SHARE
In this soul share with Tarek Bibi we explore the journey of magnetizing abundance and cultivating the courage, clarity and confidence to share your gifts. We connect on: Overcoming money and success blocks Aligning more fully with your purpose Bridging spirituality and financial abundance Courage, clarity and confidence to move forward with your big mission the new mindset needed in the new earth Tarek's Infinity Healing Tarek "Bliss" Bibi is a rising star who has already changed the lives of over one million people worldwide. Tarek works with business women and men on the spiritual path to help them "Thrive Doing What They Love!" Through his revolutionary Infinity Healing modality he is able to help his clients achieve and manifest their hearts desires with infinite ease and grace even if they have not been able to achieve their results elsewhere. Tarek Bibi, aka. Mr. Miraculous, is a facilitator of inner transformation helping people on the spiritual path around the world transcend all their emotional and psychological blocks at their core level. In an instant Tarek is able to help people release years of pain and problems to Live Life Miraculously! A very sought after speaker on telesummits and festivals, Tarek's warm, sincere and loving heart-centered presence helps and heals all who are inspired by his own journey from abuse and trauma to living an inspired life. Tarek is a sensitive, gifted poet, musician and artist with a commitment to helping people all around the world become their best selves and learn to use their gifts and thrive in this new age of consciousness. He has been labeled an empath, indigo, a star seed, an earth angel, and a light warrior. He earns the name Mr. Miraculous because of the instant breakthroughs he has assisted his clients in achieving. Where nothing else has worked, Infinity Healing has made it possible in an instant. Connect with Tarek Bibi https://tarekbibi.com/ https://www.youtube.com/c/TarekBibi8 Click the link to schedule your Intuitive Business Blueprint Session https://bit.ly/3PQWQwA Emily Ghosh Harris is an intuitive guide, multidimensional business mentor, podcast host and founder of Soul Media. https://www.emilyghoshharris.com @EmilyGhoshHarris (IG) https://www.instagram.com/emilyghoshharris/ Watch the Soul Collective on YouTube https://bit.ly/3qZgDiu
Bible Reading: 1 Corinthians 12:12-27"I wish I could do something important at our special church service this week," Ranya said with a sigh. "Baylee, Hope, and Leah are singing a trio, Dexter and Aaron are going to play a trumpet duet, Roman's playing the piano, and Elodie's going to read her poem about prayer. Everybody's doing something--except me!""I thought you were helping in the nursery," said Mom."Oh, I always do that," said Ranya. "I'd like to do something that's really important for once."Ranya's older brother, Tarek, limped into the room. "How's the toe you hurt yesterday?" asked Mom."Much better," said Tarek, sinking into a chair, "but it still hurts." He lifted his foot onto a stool. "I never realized how important a little toe is. I didn't ever think about my little toes until I hurt this one!"Mom smiled. "Did you look at your little toes this morning, Ranya?" she asked.Ranya laughed. "I don't think I did. How about you, Mom? Did you?""No, but I combed my hair and looked at my face," Mom said. "Did you do that too?""Sure," Ranya replied. "What are you getting at?""I'm just pointing out that we normally pay more attention to some parts of our bodies--like our hair and faces--than we do to others," said Mom. "Tarek reminded us that even our little toes are important, yet we don't pay much attention to them.""And?" asked Ranya. "I know you've got some lesson in mind for us.""Well, it's also like that with Christians," said Mom. "The Bible refers to us as the body of Christ. Together, we share the truth and love of Jesus with the world.""Oh, I know what you're going to say now," said Ranya. "That my job in the nursery is just as important as the stuff the other kids are doing."Mom grinned. "It is! But we tend to pay more attention to the people who are up in front and often fail to notice those who work in the nursery, provide coffee and snacks, or clean the church. But Jesus notices them, and He uses their faithful service to bring more people to Him. That's what counts.""Okay, Mom," said Ranya. "I'll remember that while I hold crying babies!"-Hazel W. MarettHow About You?Do you feel like no one notices the things you do for the Lord? Some jobs may seem more exciting or important than others, but the attention and praise of people is not what matters. Jesus sees how faithfully you do the work He has given you at church, school, and home, even when others don't notice. Each task is important in His sight as we work together to show the world who He is. Today's Key Verse:Those members of the body which seem to be weaker are necessary. (NKJV) (1 Corinthians 12:22)Today's Key Thought:You are important and needed
The Everyday Innovator Podcast for Product Managers
The value of prototyping for product management You've heard that a picture is worth a thousand words, and perhaps the Lean version, a prototype is worth a thousand meetings. Prototypes help us convey our product ideas and gain critical feedback from customers. Being able to create prototypes quickly is an important capability for product teams. […]
Dental Marketing Theory - A Podcast by Gary Bird
Orthodent co-founder and CDP partner Dr. Tarek Aly shares his story of moving to the US as a young dentist, what he learned from growing not one but two DSOs (including a deep dive into the KPIs that every dental group needs to measure), and how to avoid the most common mistakes that DSOs make around culture. Website: https://www.orthodentllc.com/ Say Hello to Dr. Tarek! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LifeIsGreatToday Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/life.is.delightful/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lead2success/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TarekAly Orthodent Management Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/orthodentmanagement/
As toxic maulanas raise the pitch on 'Islam higher than country', one is taken back to the pre-partition scenario of 'Dar-ul-harb' and the ever burning desire of Islamists to Islamise a non_Muslim country. Amber Zaidi and Tarek Fatah join Sanjay Dixit to discuss.
THAT Conversation with Tarek Ali
Whether we like it or not, childhood wounding leaks into our adult relationships. And, without therapy or healing work we are at the mercy of the trauma we grew up with because we are always searching for love. In this episode, Tarek is joined by Taylor, an indispensable friend from college, who is still grieving a breakup. During their conversation, Tarek and Taylor discuss how to find purpose, the importance of self-care, eliminating judgment, and THAT it is perfectly okay to be sad. Even if you have done the work or are in a loving relationship, you will identify with this heart-to-heart conversation.Please like, rate, review, and subscribe to this podcast.Tarek Reveals:Taylor was a vital part of Tarek's college experience.Childhood traumas can make us go back to toxic relationships.Taylor jumped into a new relationship before she was completely healed from her last breakup.Tarek admits he was a clown during Fright Fest.Talent plus passion equals your purpose.Our boundaries are strongest when we are in a secure place.Finding the right therapist is like dating.Self-care is taking the action to give yourself what you need.Sadness creates a vacuum where we will do anything just to feel something.Taylor does the “I feel” exercise which opens up her childhood wounds.Tarek shares his lessons on healing.There is absolutely nothing wrong with being sad.Learning to say I love you from a distance.Tarek recommends the healing words of Sarah Jake Roberts.Taylor yearns for a place to worship, either online or in person.No one can take away our light.National Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-799-7233 Join the community!:THAT Convo Pod@thatconvopod on InstagramConnect with Tarek:@itstarekali on Instagram@itstarekali on TwitterTarek Ali on YouTube@itstarekali on TikTokVideos of Tarek & Taylorhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XgW7Iwieans&t=554shttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LN8vKuq8PH0&t=143s
BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
In episode 104, Torry (she/her) is joined by Lindsay (she/her) of The Woke Wallet Project. They discuss budgeting (12:00), buying celebrity-endorsed products (24:03), and their first jobs (31:00). Then they discuss Tarek and Heather El Moussa's pregnancy announcement (42:03) and theorize what Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens are doing at East High (48:24). Torry nominates Sabrina Carpenter as Pettyweight Champion of the Week after releasing her newest album, Emails I Can't Send (53:29). Then Lindsay shares two stories in This Week in Petty: having a 2010s hit channel and the attempts RTBP has made on her life (1:00:03). This episode was recorded on July 25, 2022. Content Warning: Calorie counting is briefly used as a metaphor for budgeting. Lindsay's Previous RTBP Appearances Episode 29: Petty about Call Her Daddy Drama Episode 19: Petty about Travelling Spain Leave an audio message of a question or comment for Torry to include in a future podcast on Speakpipe. Buy an RTBP Starbucks cup or keychain on Etsy. Join our Facebook group and follow RTBP on Instagram and Twitter. Subscribing and leaving a rating helps us find new listeners! Thank you. Ready to Be Petty is a Playlyst Studios Original.
Tarek El Sherif took the bold step of not only launching his own startup, but also moving to a whole new country to do it. His venture, Zinobe, has raised funding from top-tier investors like Monachil Capital Partners LP, Ali Saadat Meli, Ataria Ventures, and QED Investors.
THAT Conversation with Tarek Ali
It takes courage and vulnerability to ask questions when we are in times of doubt in our lives. Reaching out to others is the process of expressing our internal questions and releasing them into the universe so it can properly guide us. In this episode, Tarek thoughtfully answers the questions submitted on his Instagram feed. Listen in because you may be in the same space right now. It can be so comforting to know you are not alone.Please like, rate, review, and subscribe to this podcast.Tarek Reveals:If you are feeling off course, know that we are all on our own journey.Your decisions are your own. Pull yourself forward, not back.What direction does your heart tell you to go?Shame and judgment have no place in your life.The important elements of making friends in adulthood.Protect your inner child like you would protect a friend.Never forget you are valuable.How to juggle different interests and your career path.The pain of overextending yourself for people who don't reciprocate.Join the community!:THAT Convo Pod@thatconvopod on InstagramConnect with Tarek:@itstarekali on Instagram@itstarekali on TwitterTarek Ali on YouTube@itstarekali on TikTokWhy You Feel Like a Failure in Your 20s
THAT Conversation with Tarek Ali
Every time you cry, turn your frown into a smile because you are growing and expanding into who you are meant to be. So, as you move past uncertainty, insecurity, and woe, prepare yourself for your next giant leap. Success is just around the corner. You just don't know it yet. In this episode, Tarek is still processing the news that he got his big YES! and is swaggering in the endless possibilities of what this means for his writing career. It is proof positive that when you continue to believe, you can change your circumstance, and ultimately change the world.Please like, rate, review, and subscribe to this podcast.Tarek Reveals:This podcast is an authentic expression of who Tarek is.Christian found that Tarek's YouTube videos touched his soul.Everyone deserves to have THAT conversation.Tarek got his YES! He is a signed Screenwriter!Being connected in the business is a big deal.A book, a feature film, and a television series are all in the works.Christian was with Tarek throughout the process of writing the pilot.Tarek's pilot will show others how to have an emotional impact on viewers without triggering them.Determined to follow his dreams, Tarek pushed through the fear and emotional strife.Art should be directed toward healing people.Does Tarek's rep already know who is already interested in buying his work?A writer's voice is what hooks studios for future projects.Unliked is written by a YouTube influencer, while Redeem is a 1-2 punch of Tarek.Join the community!:THAT Convo Pod@thatconvopod on InstagramConnect with Tarek:@itstarekali on Instagram@itstarekali on TwitterTarek Ali on YouTube@itstarekali on TikTokWhy You Feel Like a Failure in Your 20s
Today, Deirdre Bosa from CNBC joins Molly to talk about Twitter's plans to comply with Musk's demands for data (1:28), Apple being its own bank for Apple Pay Later (17:15), and Facebook's parent Meta changing its ticker to META (32:19). To wrap up, Jason and Molly interview Kalshi co-founder and CEO Tarek Mansour, where they talk about Kalshi building the first CFTC regulated predictions market (39:11).
Today, Deirdre Bosa from CNBC joins Molly to talk about Twitter's plans to comply with Musk's demands for data (1:28), Apple being its own bank for Apple Pay Later (17:15), and Facebook's parent Meta changing its ticker to META (32:19). To wrap up, Jason and Molly interview Kalshi co-founder and CEO Tarek Mansour, where they talk about Kalshi building the first CFTC regulated predictions market (39:11). (0:00) Deidre Bosa joins Molly Wood to cover today's tech news! (1:28) Twitter plans to comply with Musk's demands for data (10:02) Indochino - Get $50 off any purchase of $399 or more by using code TWIST at checkout https://www.indochino.com (11:18) Will the Elon/Twitter deal just end up in the legal system? (17:15) Apple Will Handle Lending Internally for its new Apple New Pay Later Service (21:01) Vanta - Get $1,000 off automating your SOC 2 at https://vanta.com/twist (22:14) Will this open up Apple to more anti-trust scrutiny? (31:08) Ourcrowd - Check out the deal of the week at https://ourcrowd.com/twist (32:19) The Facebook parent Meta changed its ticker to META (38:33) Toss to our interview w/ Kalshi co-founder + CEO Tarek Mansour (39:11) Tarek Mansour joins to speak about Kalshi, the first CFTC regulated predictions market (1:26:39) If you are a founder pre-series A, you are invited to our Founder University Two-Day intensive on June 13-14!