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"There is no elevator to success; you have to take the stairs." — Julie Rice Julie Rice (@julierice_) is an entrepreneur best known for co-founding the fitness phenomenon SoulCycle. Julie served as Co-CEO at SoulCycle from 2006 to 2015 before joining WeWork in November 2017. Julie's life's work...
In 2004, two former Paypal engineers, Jeremy Stoppelman and Russ Simmons, were spit-balling new internet ideas. Out of their brainstorm came a site where you would email your friends asking for local business recommendations. The launch was a flop, but they discovered that people seemed to enjoy...
The Turkish commercial capital must vote again for a new mayor after March's election result was overturned by the government. Ed Butler visits the city and meets Ekrem Imamoglu, who narrowly won in March but spent just 17 days in office before the decision was made to re-run the election. Mr...
Hello, my lovelies! This is an important announcement. From June – Dec, 2019, I’m removing ads and sponsors from the podcast for a six-month test. The podcast will continue to be 100% free for everyone. There will be no paywall, and no one has to pay for anything. Instead, the following page —...
Is your job turning into something you don't want? Dan and Alison answer your questions with the help of Francesca Gino, a professor at Harvard Business School. They talk through what to do when your boss gives you duties you dislike, your company is grooming you for roles you can’t see yourself...
Sylvia Ann Hewlett, an economist and the founder of the Center for Talent Innovation, has studied the difference between mentoring and sponsorship and what leaders have to gain from the latter. She says it's important to seek out protégés who outperform, are exceptionally trustworthy, and, most...
Are you being pushed outside your comfort zone? Dan and Alison answer your questions with the help of Jerry Colonna, a professional coach and a former venture capitalist. They talk through what to do when you don't feel qualified for your new role, you're covering an absentee boss's...
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More people in the US have criminal records than have graduated from college. Joe DeLoss, founder of restaurant chain Hot Chicken Takeover, argues that people with a range of life experiences that previously kept them out of the workforce, like the formerly incarcerated, homeless, and addicted,...
Khan Academy is an online global education nonprofit launched by Sal Khan with the audacious mission to “provide a free world-class education for anyone, anywhere.” Harvard Business School professor Bill Sahlman discusses his case study of the company after Ginny Lee joins to help balance Khan’s...
Thank you for listening and subscribing to my podcast! I appreciate the support and I'm committed to delivering more value to you. It’s been a while since I did an episode about the things I’ve recently learned. So on this episode, I’m back at it again. I also share what I’ve learned from...
On this episode, I invited Jonas Salzgeber, author of The Little Book Of Stoicism, to join me. We talk about how we can use stoic ideas to live better. We also talk about creating things. Too often, we think “that’s already been done” when we want to write a book, create an app, or start a...
Many people fail to complete their goals. In this episode, I explain 10 reasons why people fail to complete their goals. I also explain how to avoid each failure. And finally, I identify 5 steps to make your goals successful.
I have a proven goal setting strategy that will help you set AND complete challenging goals. This episode explains how to create goals using the correct framework and plan.
"Where do great ideas come from?" Starting with this question in mind, Vittorio Loreto takes us on a journey to explore a possible mathematical scheme that explains the birth of the new. Learn more about the "adjacent possible" -- the crossroads of what's actual and what's possible -- and how...
Very few of us hold jobs that line up directly with our past experiences or what we studied in college. Take TED Resident Jason Shen; he studied biology but later became a product manager at a tech company. In this quick, insightful talk about human potential, Shen shares some new thinking on how...
We often find ourselves stuck in narrow social circles with similar people. What habits confine us, and how can we break them? Organizational psychologist Tanya Menon considers how we can be more intentional about expanding our social universes -- and how it can lead to new ideas and opportunities.
The FT is following five people over the course of a year as they change career in the middle of their working lives. In this second of five episodes, Emma Jacobs meets Reny Morsch, a 51-year-old former forex trader who is now training to be a costume designer
Ahead of the launch of the 2018 FT and McKinsey Business Book of the Year prize in the spring, this fourth series explores how to live and work better in a tech-driven age. In the first episode, Isabel Berwick, Andrew Hill and Emma Jacobs talk to Morten Hansen about his new book Great at Work:...
What's the harm in buying a knock-off purse or a fake designer watch? According to counterfeit investigator Alastair Gray, fakes like these fund terrorism and organized crime. Learn more about the trillion-dollar underground economy of counterfeiting -- from the criminal organizations that run it...
It's never too late to reinvent yourself. Take it from Paul Tasner -- after working continuously for other people for 40 years, he founded his own start-up at age 66, pairing his idea for a business with his experience and passion. And he's not alone. As he shares in this short, funny and...
This episode I followed up to podcast episode #15 and answer the listener question, “How do we lead in an environment where there are mixed emotions and mixed views about issues?” We discuss 5 tips to answer this question.
Every leader goes through challenges in their leadership journey. As we go through each challenge, we grow, learn, progress, and they make us a stronger leader. In this episode, we look at three stories that help you become a stronger leader.
Regardless of the type of uncertainty you are going through, it is always challenging. You think of all the potential worst outcomes as if they will be the reality. This episode identifies 5 tips to help you face uncertainty with confidence.
Often people would rather resist change than adapt to it. They convince themselves that by working harder they are doing great, but this is just a tactic to resist change. This podcast explains five steps to stop resisting change and start embracing it.
Walt Disney nearly failed to create the Walt Disney we know and love.This episode looks at the challenges Walt Disney went through before his success, five actions to overcome leadership adversity, and four steps to drive growth in our lives.
With football season fast approaching, there are many inspirational stories of players. This post focuses on the inspirational leadership of James Conner both on and off the field.
Andrew Shapiro of GreenOrder, a sustainability consultancy that helped GE craft its 'Ecomagination' strategy, explains why middle managers can profit from a policy of enlightened self-interest when it comes to the environment.
It's a wrap for Season 2, as Youngme, Felix, and Mihir head off on a summer hiatus. Note to listeners: After Hours will return for Season 3 in the fall.
Really really really excited to refresh this episode of #AskGaryVee where the main man, my father Sasha Vaynerchuk joined me on the show to answer some tactical questions about growing a business alongside me. Whether you're just starting your vlog or you're trying to deal how to scale massive...
Tune into today’s episode of Real Estate Investing Made Simple, to learn the different kinds of real estate available to you for investment. McDonald’s, Burger King and Amazon all sit on real estate that has become valuable over time. However, they are also very much dominating digital real...
Join me on this leadership journey as we discuss leadership theory, practical leadership, leadership in the news, leadership and personal development, and many other leadership topics. Additionally, I will interview leaders from a wide variety of backgrounds so you can learn from their...
    Feature – Our ‘Go To’ Property Websites In this episode, Lisa and Kaz share the ‘Go To’ websites that they use in their business and personal investing.
#375: Pat sits down with Matt Gartland, COO and CFO of Flynndustries LLC, to talk about the state of podcasting in 2019. Podcast show notes available here: https://www.smartpassiveincome.com/session375
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Alberto Lopez tells Jonathan Moules how he developed his idea for Alva, a corporate reputation management service, in the British Library. What's really important, he says, is that you do something you know well: "Knowledge of the domain is key."
In a new FT business education podcast, you can hear Jonathan Moules in conversation with entrepreneurs on the front line, who tell stories of building a successful brand through tweets, giving birth to a child in the middle of a funding round, and rebuilding a business reputation in the wake of ...
When Ben Orenstein (@r00k) decided he wanted to start a company, the biggest risk in his mind was a hurdle he'd already cleared: not deciding to start in the first place. In this episode we talk about the early days: how Ben met his two co-founders, came up with an idea, sold over $8000 in...
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...
smallfarmnation.com What can you do if you have a business but you’re not a natural entrepreneur? Today, I’m gonna show you how to stop working ON your business rather than being a slave to it so you can avoid burnout and realize your entrepreneurial dreams. And I've got a special, awesome...
Twenty-five years ago, after Mei Xu emigrated from China to the U.S., she loved going to Bloomingdale's to gaze at their housewares. She eventually started making candles in her basement with Campbell's Soup cans, an experiment that led to the multi-million dollar company Chesapeake Bay Candle....
Meer omzet door betere teksten op jouw website, nieuwsbrief of andere online uitingen. Succesvolle ondernemers kunnen nog succesvoller ondernemen door enkele eenvoudige aanpassingen te maken. Hoe maak je jouw website onweerstaanbaar? In deze aflevering delen we vijf praktische ondernemerslessen...
Technology is making it harder than ever to disconnect, but it might be easier than you think. To learn about setting boundaries, Adam talks with entrepreneur Arianna Huffington, leaders who have taken bold steps to ban emails at odd hours in their workplaces, and an FBI hostage negotiator who...
smallfarmnation.com In this episode I'd like to share an excerpt of my Mastermind interview with John Suscovich of Farm Marketing Solutions. John has just published a new book on Marketing Pastured Poultry, and we discussed key parts of that book in this episode. In this excerpt, John and I...
smallfarmnation.com Today I want to discuss a crisis in small business. A crisis in most businesses, actually, but particularly in farm businesses. It’s a problem that creates undue stress, panic and results in farmers not building their brands, getting enough customers and growing their farm...
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...
How do you lead a team the Train Your Brain way? A Dana Rants Episode of The Mind Aware Show! A listener writes in and asks “I want to grow a bigger team, but I am feeling alone in terms of leaders to follow. Other leaders are experimenting with new programs, but I want to grow to a new level...
It’s easy to grow your farm or small business, right? Just define your ideal customer and find more like them. Well, today, I’ll put an end to this myth and explain why it’s not about your ideal customer, but rather it’s about YOU! You know, it’s frustrating when we start a farm or any new...
One of my favorite statements about creating a vision is found in Proverbs 29:18. It says, "Where there is no vision, the people perish.” Having a vision is so important because it gives you direction in your current activities and in life. In this post we look at how you can create a vision and...
Whether it is the start of a new year, you are starting a new job or you are starting another new stage in life, it is always a great time to set goals. This episode focuses on how you can set and complete SMART goals. Just setting SMART goals, is not enough though. This episode also explains...
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