Eric Sprott recaps the news of the week and also offers his opinion on a few, select mining companies.
The concert Nada Surf performed for a taping of Full Disclosure at RVA's National. You can hear the band's interview on iTunes at link FullDRadio.com and on NPR.org / NPR One
I had a ton of fun at this keynote!! A lot of you are building agencies or businesses and hit me up with questions on what it takes to grow - I answer them in this keynote and talk about how to never lose your leverage. Hope you enjoy, hit me up with your favorite moment, observation, or insight on Twitter or text ! Tweet me ! @garyvee Text Me! 1-212-931-5731
In this episode I talk about social media and how it has been altering our relationships. As a parent or a child, it's all about being secure with yourself and your situation while staying on the offense. Hope you enjoy ! Listen and let me know if you have any questions on Twitter or text: Tweet me ! @garyvee Text Me! tel:1-212-931-5731
Personalized customer experiences can drive double-digit revenue growth for your business. But poor personalization can hurt your bottom line as consumers switch from companies that fail to meet expectations. This playbook outlines what you can do about that.
In this episode I talk on disappearing December as well as how my father, little brother and I made our relationship strong throughout the years in business together. Instagram is also testing taking away likes which I am super pumped on. I hope this brings you incredible value. Enjoy xoxo ;) Listen and let me know if you have any questions on Twitter or text: Tweet me ! @garyvee Text Me! tel:1-212-931-5731
Finding value in our success, our business and our life can create a position of constantly wanting control and failing to trust God in the process. We need to establish our core value in the Creator of all things, even in our businesses. Brian Alex and I talk about what it is like to let go of control, finding our value in Christ and how to continue the patterns of following Him when that may look like letting go of our current situations.
This 4Ds session will bring you incredible value!! We talk about how to allocate your time, not judging yourself, and not knowing the alternative before making a decision. I believe that if you understand the nuances of not judging yourself that it will change your world. Making decisions with the data you have available at that moment and not judging yourself is the biggest advice I can give you to go fast. Executing is better than pondering and strategizing. Excited for you guys to listen to this one. I hope you enjoy. xoxo
The band Nada Surf on a quarter-century of grit, luck, euphoric "popularity," heartbreak and hustle to reinvent -- recorded for a live audience at The National in Richmond. This broadcast-length episode includes performances of "Hi-Speed Soul" and "Killian's Red."
We take a trip on the Flower Nagai Line, a quirky train line running through Japan’s Yamagata prefecture, that makes for a particularly unique commute.
With the right technology and tools in place you can do what your competitors *aren’t* doing to make the online application process effortless. And when you do, you’ll be rewarded with the ability to modernize, scale, personalize...and effectively serve your customers.
In this episode of the podcast, Flying Solo editor Lucy Kippist speaks to Paul Gordon and Janine Robertson, authors of new book 'Spendtitude; A Life-changing Attitude to Money book.'
Healthcare CEOs in the US are “trying to set course in an otherwise unpredictable, highly uncertain world,” according to this episode’s guest, Marshall Smith, global head of Goldman Sachs’ healthcare investment banking. The uncertainty, stemming from global growth concerns, trade policy risk and drug pricing debates, is a consistent theme across the healthcare industry, but that doesn’t mean corporations are sitting back and waiting. Growth strategies are top priorities for executives, Smith explains, with pharmaceutical companies turning to M&A–both to acquire smaller biotech companies for their drug portfolios and to merge with other large pharma companies. Smith also discusses how being the son of a doctor spurred an early interest in healthcare. “My dad would come home from the hospital [and] we’d have dinner together, all seven of us sitting around the table,” Smith recalled. “And so, invariably, we ended up talking about medical cases at dinner pretty much every night.”
Is cryptocurrency the future of money? Helen Joyce, The Economist’s finance editor, explores whether digital coins can offer a viable alternative to existing currencies. And Tim Cross, The Economist’s technology editor, explains the blockchains that underpin themFor information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
The early vision for a borderless, unregulated internet has not panned out as its pioneers hoped. How to handle the “splinternet”? Doug Jones is Alabama’s first Democratic senator in a quarter of a century; in his moderate ways our correspondent finds broader lessons for the Democratic Party. And air pollution is a threat the world over—most of all to the well-being of children. For full access to print, digital and audio editions of The Economist, subscribe here www.economist.com/radiooffer. For information regarding your data privacy, visit www.acast.com/privacy
Ahead of the UK’s general election, party leaders courted businesses at the annual conference of the Confederation of British Industry. We ask the CBI’s chief economist Rain Newton-Smith what attendees made of their proposals. Also, Scott Kupor of Andreessen Horowitz reveals the secrets of success in the world of venture capitalism. And, why the future of gaming is in the cloud. Rachana Shanbhogue hosts
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Brother-and-sister duo Sean and Sara Panton founded this Vancouver-based essential-oil brand in 2014. While the pair began by blending their products in their shared kitchen, Vitruvi is now one of North America’s leading players in a fast-growing industry.
In this interview Mike Townsend talks to Kyle Hill, which is a special episode because Kyle and Mike are co-founders of Redeeem (trusted peer-to-peer crypto gift card exchange), and have started 3 startups over the last 8 years together. Previous to Redeeem, they raised $23M for HomeHero, a tech-enabled home care marketplace. They talk about how to work successfully together as a team, the mission and story of Redeeem, as well as a variety of topics related to bitcoin, government regulation, and upcoming exciting blockchain projects.
Democrats have a hard task as the hearings’ public stage proceeds: not uncovering new evidence, but building a robust public case for impeachment. The online-grocery business is tough—but that isn’t stopping e-commerce players big and small from trying to crack it. And it’s getting harder for artists to hang around on the album charts; new talent is coming in, and heading out, ever faster. For full access to print, digital and audio editions of The Economist, subscribe here www.economist.com/radioofferFor information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Podcast! Really important episode for those of you who aspire to build something for the long term - nothing is more ROI positive than the people you meet and the relationships you build. Skills are commoditized, PEOPLE are the game!! I expand on that in this podcast in my conversation with VaynerMedia interns. Listen and let me know if you have any questions on Twitter or text: Tweet me ! @garyvee Text Me! 1-212-931-5731