In this episode, Jennifer Davis, head of retail investment banking for Goldman Sachs, explains how retailers are expanding their growth strategies against a backdrop of continued e-commerce growth and shifting demographics. While Davis acknowledges that growth strategies are “very specific to a retailer or brand,” she outlines three key areas of focus for her clients: customer demographic growth, channel growth (including the rise of digitally native brands), and geographic growth.
Eric Sprott discusses the renewed and surging bull market in the precious metals as well as the intriguing profit potential offered by the mining shares.
Eric Sprott discusses the events of the past week and how they will affect gold and silver prices in the weeks to come.
Mitt under den svenska sommaren är den svenska rapportperioden som mest intensiv. Börspodden har inte hört talas om varken arbetarjul eller lagstadgad semester och guidar dig såklart igenom nästan varenda rapport. Dessutom lynchningar från Stockholm och Wimbledon. Lyssna!
Although financial markets tend to be explained largely in quantitative terms, human behavior still plays a major role in driving price action, says Sheba Jafari, head of technical analysis for Goldman Sachs’ Securities Division. Jafari, who looks at historical patterns to predict movements in markets, explains: “In my opinion, the mere fact that we have the existence of [asset] bubbles indicates that markets are still run by emotions -- fear, greed and hope.” Also in the episode, Jafari discusses the impact of AI and machine learning on trading decisions and her own unlikely path from film studies to finance.
Shout out Anthony Smith for today's podcast intro. If you want to intro an episode make sure to tweet me @garyvee & @teamgaryvee with your feedback on twitter!! This episode is all about motivation. Hope you enjoy on this Sunday and are ready to crush it this week ;) Timestamps: 1:35 - I hope your truth is actually your truth 4:20 - Why can’t people understand the opportunity at hand 7:20 - Focus on the future, not the past 11:20 - The only thing I care about
What's up podcast. Today you get to hear a fire keynote I did in Singapore earlier this year. A lot of high level marketing tactics, how to win on social and the importance of perspective and a state of the union of entrepreneurship. Tweet me @garyvee with any takeaways and enjoy your Monday ;) Timestamps: 6:30 - The importance of knowing what you like to do 12:30 - Targeting x creative 18:25 - The more content that you put out… 24 - Why more content leads to more success 32:20 - Hire people that are better at the things you’re not great at 38:30 - Mix up your content, for the audience 48 - Facebook and the cannabis industry 53:10 - The importance of humility 1:01:00 - People don’t understand entrepreneurs if they’re not entrepreneurs 1:06:00 - Don’t be in the convincing business
First off shout out Christine Capone for the podcast intro :). Cool episode for you all today - this is conversation with a fan who offered to drive me to an event a few weeks back in Stockholm. We talked about a business idea of hers, I think this will be unique insight into how I approach building businesses. Let me know what you thought on twitter @garyvee Timestamps: 1:50 - Hire people who are good at what you don’t like doing 3:15 - Divide and conquer, or do everything together? 5:30 - Potential market vs actual market 8:20 - Spend your time on business development 9:20 - How do I get Empathy Wines in Sweden?
There is something that is rarely talked about in the business world and I want to start building more attention for it. That thing is self-awareness. I’m upset that the narrative these days is that everyone needs to be number one, own a company, be in charge. A lot of people are going to lose that way. Self-awareness allows people to recognize what things they do best so they can then go hard on those aspects of their life. It also helps you accept your weaknesses. What works for one person doesn’t work for everyone. I want people to learn to be at peace with themselves, to understand what they can offer, because everyone’s got something. The key, however, is learning how to find it. Self-awareness can help you do that. Self-awareness is being able to accept your weaknesses while focusing all of your attention on your strengths. The moment you decide to accept your shortcomings and bet entirely on your strengths, things will change. Trust me.
Shout out Susanna Page for the podcast intro! This might be one of the best episodes for DTC businesses that listen to the podcast. I did a fireside chat in London recently, got a lot of questions on Empathy Wines and KSwiss which I answered in a way to bring value to anyone selling direct to consumer. Would love for you to listen to the whole 19 minutes and tweet me @garyvee if you have any feedback/questions ;) Timestamps: :45 - How Empathy Wines started 3:15 - Year 2 of Empathy: act more as a brand rather than leveraging a personal brand 3:50 - Is Instagram the most important platform for Empathy? 6 - What is the best way for a DTC company to build brand 9:15 - Why it’s tough for publicly traded companies 12:15 - Brands moving into physical retail spaces 13:20 - Consumer’s only care about convenience 15 - KSwiss 004s campaign 16:15 - The role of influencers in DTC
Shout out Amanda Martin for the podcast intro! Today's episode is a mashup on accountability and winning. Tweet me @garyvee if you want to intro an episode, we're trying to get VaynerNation involved ;) Timestamps: 3:10 - You have to persevere 9 - If you’re good enough you will win 14:15 - Successful people work 20:10 - I’ve made so many calculated risks that failed 27:10 - The honey empire
Börspoddens duo befinner sig i detta avsnitt på olika platser i landet, allt för att kunna leverera lynchningar i toppklass. John kommer med rykande färska rykten från Almedalen samtidigt som Johan har tittat på de största verkstadsaktierna inför rapportperioden. Dessutom kvartalsutdelningar, Avanza och mycket mer såklart!
Yo guys this episode was so good we didn't even get to call anyone in. My friend Michael Chernow and I talked about some real shit - make sure you listen to the full episode and tweet us @garyvee and @michaelchernow for feedback or questions or if you dropped your phone number and we didn't call you. Much love <3 Timestamps: 6 - Lessons learned from our parents 9:55 - Noise is the only thing I’m comfortable in 13:50 - My new t-shirt ;) 18 - I’m not interested in a P&L 25 - Somebody Telling Me I Can’t Is My Oxygen 28:50 - People are always whispering 35:45 - How to make a wave 40:15 - I’m not in it for the money 48:30 - I love to push culture 54:45 - There’s no exclusivity anymore
This audio track is from my latest video "The Most Important Word Ever" Watch the original here: http://youtu.be/PIJElPStJpg?list=UUctXZhXmG-kf3tlIXgVZUlw
What's up podcast. Today you'll hear a motivational mashup made by youtube channel Motivation Affirmations, check out the original link below and shout out to First In Line member Joshua Bittman for today's custom podcast intro! For a chance to intro a podcast episode make sure to give us feedback on social by tweeting me @garyvee ;) Timestamps: 1:45 - Do you have the ability to weather the storm? 6:45 - I know happy and unhappy people 13 - No one becomes successful without putting in the work 18:45 - I didn’t talk till I was 35 26:10 - Quality vs quantity home time 35:25 - The game is the journey https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QPU_GgJZyWc
Shout out Georgia Green for the intro! Today's episode is from a while back but is soooo fire. Benji Travis (check him out @benjimantv) stopped by to talk building brand, creating a team to help you win and thinking bigger. A lot of gold here - listen carefully!! Tweet me @garyvee with any feedback ;) Timestamps: 3:15 - How I built my brand 5:25 - The importance of engagement 8:00 - Using video to build a business around your passion 11:15 - You need to know you 13:05 - How to create a team to help you achieve your goals 16:40 - There’s talent out there, you just have to ask 17:10 - How much of storytelling should be aspirational? 19:30 - One life
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