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It’s the early 1960s. In Maranello, Italy, Enzo Ferrari has made a name for himself building the most exotic road cars in the world. But when a dissatisfied customer named Ferruccio Lamborghini shows up to complain about his Ferrari’s busted clutch, Enzo refuses to accept blame, accusing...
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“Do what you love” is often terrible advice. Instead of taking the job that will make you happiest, look for the one where you’ll learn the most. This episode is made possible with the support of JPMorgan Chase & Co., Accenture, Bonobos, and Hilton.
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Youngme, Felix, and Mihir debate the effectiveness of the European Union’s attempts to regulate Big Tech. They then discuss the reasons underlying the soaring price of college in the U.S. The views expressed on this podcast are those of its hosts, guests, and callers, and not those of Harvard...
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Zach Gautier oversees academic and college counseling at a Denver-area high school. He reached out to us, and proposed a show to share creative ways to fund college tuition—and blew us away with the depth of his knowledge! This episode is for anyone who has children who have not yet graduated...
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Sports rivalries can fuel fans and athletes to fight and argue for years. But what’s the real story behind these epic rivalries? From Wondery, the company behind “Business Wars” and “American Scandal” comes Sports Wars, an electric new series that offers an immersive, courtside look at some of...
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How can you develop a mindset that goes all in, all the time? I’m talking about a mentality that keeps the pedal on the gas, whether things are going great for you, or you’re slogging your way through tough times. My guest Jason Khalipa is a Crossfit icon & a successful entrepreneur. He’s won...
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We wanted to understand an eerie phenomenon that drives everything from the stock market to the price of orange juice. So we asked you to guess the weight of a cow.
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It’s 1992, and in the basement of the chemistry building at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, two computer science students are working on a new web browser. Up to this point, browsing has made up less than one percent of all internet traffic, but Marc Andreessen and Eric Bina are...
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It’s 1970. At his factory in Italy, Ferruccio Lamborghini is desperate to build a car that can outdo his rival, Enzo Ferrari, whose Ferrari factory is just 20 miles away. With the help of genius designers and engineers, Lamborghini comes up with what many car fans still today call the most...
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85% of your problems should be solved IMMEDIATELY! Do you have a system, strategy or process for solving problems? Do you want one? I’m revealing mine in my new video/Audio release today👊🏽 The reason people have SO MANY problems and obstacles in their path is that most people are INDECISIVE....
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If the government gave everyone the same minimum income, would that be an unaffordable frivolity? Or the foundation of a fairer, happier and more productive society? Finland has just completed a two-year experiment in doing just that. Manuela Saragosa speaks to one of the grateful recipients of...
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By the mid-1960s, Americans have developed a taste for fast, delicious, affordable food — and they’re demanding more. U.S. fast food franchises — McDonald’s, Burger King and Burger Chef — know that if they want to feed America and win the burger wars, they’re going to have to grow. But Wall...
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It’s 1948, and somewhere around the edge of the Mojave Desert, a drive-in restaurant is making waves. It's called McDonald’s and it’s like no burger joint anyone’s seen before—a carhop-free eatery with lightning fast service, and shockingly low prices. But McDonald’s proprietors aren’t dreaming...
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As Red Bull plans its U.S. invasion, an unlikely upstart vies to beat it to market. Led by branding guru Mark Hall, the wholesome Hansen Beverage Company launches Monster, a grungy, all-American alternative to its yuppie European competitor. Not only does Hall intend to pull Hansen back from the...
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Want more Business Wars? We have your daily dose.  Subscribe to Business Wars Daily wherever you listen to Business Wars. It's Tuesday, July 17, and we're looking at Uber vs. Lyft.
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Learn how to face rejection—and even come out stronger because of it. This episode is made possible with the support of Hilton, Accenture, Bonobos, and JPMorgan Chase & Co.
What do you do when your boss won’t deliver the raise you were promised? I’ll tell you how to get them to pay up. Plus, I answer more of your questions about balancing time and tell you about a bathroom pitch gone wrong.  Got a question for me? Call me at 888-BARBARA or tweet me @barbaracorcoran...
The story behind the first six keyboard letters are driven by economics.
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Memory is a skill you can learn -- and a powerful strategy every workplace can harness. This episode is made possible with the support of Accenture, Bonobos, Hilton, and JPMorgan Chase & Co.
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We could all use a drink of one kind or another to get through the day. Enter: this week's founders — two Toronto beverage magnates. Diana Olsen, founder of Balzac's Coffee Roasters, and Cam Heaps of Steam Whistle Brewing talk about staying relevant as your brand evolves.
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With Disney and Apple launching their streaming services to rival Netflix, will they struggle to get subscribers, when the market is getting increasingly saturated? Or will people just keep switching and cancelling subscriptions depending what shows are on offer? Presenter Regan Morris is also...
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Top 3 Value Bombs: 1. Who we have been our entire lives don’t have to confine us or define us. And we can choose to become anyone, anything. 2. No matter what you're going through in your life, no matter where you are, we all have the ability to create tangible, measurable miracles. 3. No...
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Are you a willing participant in your own distraction? YOU ARE MORE POWERFUL THAN YOU THINK YOU ARE! If you are LASER FOCUSED on your dreams, you can become an EXPERT at anything… Even accomplishing your dreams! The reason so many people NEVER reach their full potential is that they never...
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It’s the early 1980s, and in Bangkok, Thailand, a jet-lagged toothpaste marketing exec named Dietrich Mateschitz has just tasted Krating Daeng, an energy tonic popular with rickshaw drivers. The flavor is repellant—it’s sickly sweet—but to Mateschitz’s surprise, it completely cures his jetlag....
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How do you deal with jerks at work? And is it possible to eliminate them altogether? This episode is made possible with the support of Bonobos, Accenture, Hilton, and JPMorgan Chase & Co.
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As the extreme marketing battle between Red Bull and Monster reaches unprecedented heights (128,000 feet above sea level, to be precise), a new challenger steps onto the scene. 5-hour Energy, the tiny titan in the two ounce can, quickly plows through the energy drink market, generating hundreds...
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It’s the late 1940s and two small toymakers are taking their first uneasy steps. The names of these young hopefuls are Hasbro and Mattel. One’s an offshoot of a pencil manufacturer. The other a husband-and-wife garage start-up. But toy-mayking, they soon discover, is an unexpectedly cutthroat...
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Failing an exam can feel like the worst thing in the world – how do you pick yourself back up? Understand what went wrong so you pass next time. Here are some tips for moving forward with a positive mindset.
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Oreo vs. Hydrox. Twitter vs. TikTok. Business rivals are doing battle every day. On Business Wars Daily, we give you a brief daily update, Monday through Friday, on the latest wars between the world’s biggest companies happening right now. On this episode of Business Wars, we’re sharing our...
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Egg McMuffins, Croissan’wiches and coffee. Today’s fast food fight is all about breakfast time. Wall Street Journal reporter Julie Jargon joins to talk about where Burger King and McDonald’s are headed, the rise of eating at home, and how fast-casual chains are taking a bite out of the...
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Something we say a lot at AE is that small changes or improvements to the things you do every day can add up to big savings over time. This is really true with technology: we all have these little points of friction that we just accept because we think that’s just the way it is — but it doesn’t...
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The crisis in Venezuela continues to deepen, with nationwide blackouts hitting the country again this week. Today, we talk to a Caracas-based economist about what's happening in her country.
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We follow writer Oliver Bullough as he explores how stolen money moves around the world, and what that might mean for democracies.
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Casey Gerald’s new book is an intervention in the shape of a memoir
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HBS alumni share the words of wisdom that shaped their lives and careers
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Author Ami Campbell on her spiritual journey to giving—and how you can kickstart yours
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A former VW boss is charged over the diesel emissions scandal - our reporter Damien McGuinness tells us more from Germany. We hear how online gambling is costing some users thousands of dollars a day and increasingly, many of those suffering are women. Plus, we speak about the money-maker that is...
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Nicholas Pearce, clinical associate professor at Kellogg School of Management, says too many companies and individuals go about their daily business without a strong sense of purpose. He argues that companies that are not simply profit-driven are more likely to succeed and that the same goes for...
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Coming up is the first new story from our new book: B2B Sales Mentors that we launched last week. Learn more: https://top1.fm/b2b/ This bonus episode includes a sample story from Scott Barker titled "How I beat out 300 candidates for my dream sales job" To read the story:...
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Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss the lobby group City UK's agenda for making London more competitive, the Financial Stability Board's latest bank capital measure and a change in hiring practices by Goldman Sachs.
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What if you could tell your co-workers what you really think of them? At the world’s most successful hedge fund, everyone is rated and ranked constantly – in front of everyone. They’ve figured out how to embrace negative feedback, and they swear it’s essential to their success. Adam shows how you...
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Trade makes for peaceful relationships between nations, but gains for consumers and workers aren't spread evenly.
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STOP letting this 1 thing KILL YOUR DREAMS! Is everybody really hating on you? It's easy to just say everybody is a hater. Some people are actually concerned. Some people are giving you feedback and you have to learn how to distinguish between who is a hater and who is not! This episode will...
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How will you know when you’ve reached true wealth? Is it when you have your dream home? Once you own an expensive car? Perhaps the signifier is when you’re wealthy enough to have your own private airplane? In Tony’s opinion, these are the wrong things to use when measuring your wealth. The...
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Khe Hy was a Wall Street analyst for 15 years and a managing director at the world’s largest investment management company. Find out why he’s now a blogger, author, and podcast director about happiness, self-examination, and quality of life.
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Steve Wozniak - Apple by Mike Parsons & Chad Owen
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How a ruthless dictator, and a bunch of economists known as the Chicago Boys, took Chile from socialism to capitalism.
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Dan retired at the age of 27. He had worked so hard for many years to retire, and he finally did. So how was Dan able to retire at the young age of 27? Find out what he did it.
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Cryptocurrencies are on the rebound, but does the case for investing in them make any more sense? Manuela Saragosa hears both sides of the argument. Jay Smith is a long-time player in the markets for these digital tokens, and is a popular player on the electronic trading site eToro. He explains...
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Success begins NOW! This is one of THE MOST crucial interviews ever released! Jesse Itzler is the living definition of success! He has created success in business, in his family, in his health, in his spirituality… literally, he is MAXING OUT in every area of his life. Jesse co-founded the...
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