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Hi, we're Aaron and Amy! We’ve been managing tech teams for a combined 12 years, and over this time have learnt (often painfully) what does and doesn’t work. In this podcast we'll be talking to the people we turned to for ideas, advice, and encouragement. Join us as we learn how to be better tech leaders.
 
James Altucher interviews the world’s leading peak performers in every area of life. But instead of giving you the typical success story, James digs deeper to find the “Choose Yourself” story—these are the moments we relate to… when someone rises up from personal struggle to reinvent themselves. The James Altucher Show brings you into the lives of peak-performers: billionaires, best-selling authors, rappers, astronauts, athletes, comedians, actors, and the world champions in every field, all ...
 
The Commonwealth Club of California is the nation's largest public affairs forum. The nonpartisan and nonprofit Club produces and distributes programs featuring diverse viewpoints from thought leaders on important topics. The Club's weekly radio broadcast — the oldest in the U.S., since 1924 — is carried on hundreds of stations. Our website features audio and video of our programs. This podcast feed is usually updated multiple times each week.
 
The Plastics and Beyond Podcast is an SPE-sponsored podcast hosted by Lilian Judy that is curated to discuss diversity, equity and inclusion in the manufacturing industry. This Podcast is designed to provide in-depth conversations around inclusion in the plastics industry, while exploring the trials, tribulations and discrimination underrepresented groups have had to overcome and are still facing. With the aim to empower and recognize underrepresented groups, our philosophy is to envision an ...
 
Modulation is a music discovery podcast - each episode Harry and Evan get together to chat about their favourite albums from the last 2 weeks. Website: https://modulat.io Twitter: https://twitter.com/modulat_io Linktree: https://linktr.ee/modulat.io
 
CLNS Media's New England Patriots Newsfeed delivers complete daily inside access to the 6X Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro and everywhere on the road. CLNS Patriots credentialed insider Evan Lazar and Mariah Janos provide instantaneous news and analysis all in real time. Can't watch the game? No access to the newsroom? No problem. Subscribe now.
 
This podcast series is hosted by Dr Marnee Shay and Professor Rhonda Oliver who are the editors of a new strengths based text book about Indigenous education published by Routledge 'Indigenous Education in Australia Learning and Teaching for Deadly Futures'. The podcast explores different topics about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education with chapter authors; a diverse group of Indigenous and non-Indigenous Elders, scholars and educators. Front cover artwork by Aunty Denise Proud
 
Welcome to Confessions of a Social Media Manager with Agorapulse! The weekly interview show where we talk to Social Media Managers across the globe about what it's really like to work in social media today. Get ready for expert knowledge, mortifying mistakes, and raw insight into one of the fastest-moving industries on the planet. Agorapulse is a social media management tool that allows you to take control of your social media. Stay organized, save time, and easily manage your social media w ...
 
All Things Video is a podcast dedicated to uncovering the past and charting the future of the online video ecosystem. Listen to interviews with founders, executives, and thought leaders from the world’s leading media companies and engage in thought-provoking debates about the issues shaping the next generation of entertainment. From the short-form content revolution to the fragmentation of video viewership in an always-on world, All Things Video reveals the key trends and insights from the w ...
 
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Enjoy the second half of our episode with Dr. Andrew Huberman (one of the world's leading neuroscientists), who tells us how to create happy chemicals in our brains (naturally) and feel good more often. Here's a list of what we talked about: How to optimize your brain to be as happy as possible, as energetic as possible, and as smart as possible Ho…
 
Matthew Bannister onDoddie Weir (pictured), the leading Scottish rugby player who spent the last few years of his life raising funds for research into the causes of Motor Neurone Disease. Hebe de Bonafini, the human rights activist from Argentina who led the Mothers of Plaza de Mayo in campaigning to trace victims of the country’s so-called “Dirty …
 
Over a 20-year period, methane is 80 times more potent a greenhouse gas than carbon dioxide. Yet those responsible for releasing methane into the atmosphere often don’t even know how much they themselves are emitting. And methane is only one of many harmful air pollutants that result from our dependence on burning fossil fuels. Now, research coalit…
 
Part of enjoying life is taking care of your brain. So I wanted to invite Dr. Andrew Huberman (one of the world's leading neuroscientists) back on to tell us how to create happy chemicals in our brains (naturally) and feel good more often. Here's a list of what we talked about: How to optimize your brain to be as happy as possible, as energetic as …
 
Sara Holtz, a former Fortune 500 vice president, is the author of Advice to My Younger Me: Career Lessons from 100 Successful Women and the host of the highly rated podcast "Advice to My Younger Me." She has interviewed hundreds of successful women about what they wish they had known earlier in their careers, has coached thousands, and has received…
 
Does mass incarceration make our communities safer? How can we better protect victim rights? What happens inside of prisons? Those are important questions that Lenore Anderson and Bill Keller address in their new books In Their Names and What's Prison For? Anderson argues that the powerful myth that mass incarceration benefits victims obscures reco…
 
From the beginning of the nation to today, Black women have transformed their pain into progress and have been at the frontlines of many of the nation’s political, social and economic struggles. In her new book Black Women Will Save the World, April Ryan celebrates the tenacity, power and impact that Black women have had across America. She highlig…
 
After 25 years of service, U.S. Marine Mac McKinney returned home to Indiana filled with an all-consuming rage and hatred toward the people he had been fighting against overseas. Still fueled by his desire to fight for his country, McKinney makes a violent plan to bomb the local mosque. But when he comes face to face with the community of Afghan re…
 
Overwhelmed by racial injustice? Outraged by the news? Shocked by ugly events in American history? If you find yourself asking “what can I do?”—W. Kamau Bell and Kate Schatz have an answer: Do the Work! Bell and Schatz confront urgent issues on race and identity in America with sharp humor and interactive activities. They challenge us to have hard …
 
When federal employees start working for the U.S. Government, each person takes an oath to “support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies foreign and domestic.” During the Trump administration, some employees surprisingly found themselves fighting their own commander-in-chief, creating a resistance movement within the…
 
Make sure you listen to our show live every Wednesday night at 8pm EST, Urban Sports Scene Live. Urban Sports Scene is a sports show based out of the DMV (DC, Maryland, Virginia). The sports show provides youthful and fresh insight into all sports. The show stars Wole, Ray and Will T. Show topic/agenda: The Washington Commanders defeating the Atlan…
 
How did an Ivy League activist become a global fugitive? Journalist Bradley Hope chronicles the heart-pounding tale of Adrian Hong, a self-taught operative who tried to bring down the North Korean regime. In addition to helping asylum-seeking North Koreans escape across the border, Hong and his secret organization Cheollima Civil Defense (later nam…
 
We are living through a transformative time in mental health research. There is overwhelming demand for new and safe ways of addressing various states of depression. Dr. Nolan Williams and Stanford University are leaders in cutting-edge research that is generating worldwide attention. Attend this fascinating program to learn what is currently being…
 
After the collapse of the Soviet Union, against a backdrop of massive cultural shifts, violence and political upheaval, Natasha Lance Rogoff took on the challenge of creating a program that had never existed before, Ulitsa Sezam, a Russian version of Sesame Street. This new children’s television program, produced by a Russian-American team, was des…
 
How do we get better crypto exchanges and custodians, both in terms of being more responsible and more regulated? Coming out of the FTX debacle, the media spotlight is highlighting the cracks and flaws in the current system. While the crypto industry is doubling down on ways to make key management and self-custody a lot easier with ideas like socia…
 
In this episode, I discuss how we are designed to live in community. There are things that will happen in your life only because you develop and cultivate a circle of friends. Whether the connections you build are for a season or for a lifetime, they matter. Connection matters.Yes, relationships are hard. Yes, living in community is challenging. An…
 
Matthew Bannister onMehran Karimi Nasseri – otherwise known as Sir Alfred (pictured). He was the Iranian migrant who lived for eighteen years in terminal one of the Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris.Sue Baker, the motoring journalist who presented Top Gear.Ann Savours, the archivist and polar historian who wrote books on the search for the Northwe…
 
Patagonia founder Yvon Chouinard made headlines recently when he announced that he and his family had transferred their $3 billion stake in the storied outdoor gear company to a special purpose trust and nonprofit that would give away $100 million a year, specifically to environmental causes. Patagonia has a long history of donating at least one pe…
 
Omid Malekan, the former Crypto advisor for Citi Ventures, has a lot of ideas about the direction of decentralized finance and cryptocurrencies. Today, Omid and James piggyback on last week's interview with Google finance lead Antonio Reza to discuss the industry fallout from FTX's fraud and bankruptcy filing. The pair discuss how we can develop be…
 
When a shocking crime occurs, former FBI Profiler Candice DeLong will have a lot to say about it. On KILLER PSYCHE DAILY, Candice digs into the motivations and behaviors of the criminal masterminds and killers who are dominating the headlines. For 10 minutes, five days a week, she draws on her years of experience to break down complex criminal case…
 
Zebb Quinn was only 18 years old when he went missing on January 2, 2000. Authorities had their suspicions that foul play was involved, but it would take 15 years and two other disappearances for anyone to find out what happened to Zebb. Sources: https://www.southernfriedtruecrime.com/the-vanishing-of-zebb-quinn - This episode is brought to you by …
 
"Voters are ready to move on and they want to know how you're going to solve the future problems and the current problems, not dispute past arguments." - Phillip Stutts Political operative and campaign manager Phil Stutts joins James live on YouTube for a 2022 election recap. Listeners may recall Phil's two most recent appearances on the podcast wh…
 
So, it’s the season of Thanksgiving y’all. A time where we not only stuff the turkey, but we gather ‘round the table with family and friends and stuff ourselves. Just when you think you can’t take one more bite, you find some wiggle room to accommodate those delectable morsels of sweetness. I mean, it is, after all the holidays, right?But can we ta…
 
We all need sleep to survive. It is essential to our physical and mental wellbeing and just as important as food, water and oxygen. So why do so many of us struggle to get a good night’s rest? Dr. Aric Prather runs one of the world’s most successful sleep clinics and shares effective techniques that he uses to help his own patients achieve healing …
 
Ramses the Great ruled Egypt more than 3,200 years ago, but he made sure we would still be talking about him today. He ruled for 67 years, probably starting on May 31st (III Season of the Harvest, day 27 to ancient Egyptians) in 1279 BC. He soon set about creating a new capital city in the Nile delta, where he had chariot, weapon and shield factori…
 
When Matt Ridley joined us most recently, he and co-author Alina Chan - a molecular biologist specializing in gene therapy and cell engineering - had just released Viral: The Search for the Origin of COVID-19, which defends why people ought to take the SARS-CoV-2 lab-leak hypothesis seriously. One year later - now that the politicization regarding …
 
For decades, China’s ascension to power was promised to be peaceful, with the nation’s leaders adopting a restrained approach to foreign policy and reassuring the outside world of their non-combative intentions. What changed? Susan L. Shirk provides a sobering, behind-the-scenes account of China’s transformation from fragile superpower to global he…
 
As a senior member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse reveals how special interest groups are using “dark money” to influence and control our courts. In 2020, Sen. Whitehouse raised these alarming concerns during the Amy Coney Barrett hearing. He asserts that a group consisting of billionaires and corporations are using thei…
 
Matthew Bannister onPeter de Savary, the serial entrepreneur who ran private members’ clubs, once owned both Land’s End and John O’Groats and spent a fortune trying to win the America’s Cup for the UK.Bob Le Sueur MBE, who risked his life during the German occupation of Jersey by helping Russian slave workers to escape.Ela Bhatt (pictured), the Ind…
 
On this episode of the Plastics & Beyond Podcast, Lilian Judy hosts Lynzie Nebel, Upstream Quote Engineer at Cytiva, co-host of the PlastChicks podcast and VP Member Engagement of the SPE-Inspiring Plastics Professionals Executive Board. They discuss the challenges women face in plastics engineering, the role of mentorship, their career journeys, d…
 
Climate One has been at this year's UN climate summit, COP27, where one of the issues at the forefront of the conversation has been “loss and damage” – the idea that rich countries who have historically emitted the vast majority of climate-disrupting pollution should have to pay for the resulting suffering borne by those least responsible for the p…
 
As America faces another election as a deeply divided country, Steve Phillips has strong views on what the United States needs to do to strengthen its multiracial democracy. For Phillips, understanding why the country is so divided requires recognizing that many of our divisions are historic in nature, resulting in a contest between democracy and w…
 
The ABCs of How to Commit Corporate Fraud: Step 1: Have high-up government connections. Step 2: Deal with a service so complicated that you don't need to explain it. Step 3: Transfer balances between your own entities to pump up valuations. Step 4: Payoff the accountants (or don't have a CFO at all!). Enron, WorldCom, Madoff Securities, FTX. All of…
 
Make sure you listen to our show live every Wednesday night at 8pm EST, Urban Sports Scene Live. Urban Sports Scene is a sports show based out of the DMV (DC, Maryland, Virginia). The sports show provides youthful and fresh insight into all sports. The show stars Wole, Ray and Will T. Show topic/agenda: The Washington Commanders upsetting the Phila…
 
For Leslie Absher, secrecy is just another member of the family. Throughout childhood, her father's shadowy government job was ill-defined, her mother's mental health stayed off limits—even her queer identity remained hidden from her family and unacknowledged by Leslie herself. In Spy Daughter, Queer Girl, Absher pursues the truth: of her family, h…
 
Nothing is as terrifying as the sounds we hear in the dark. The slow creak of a door opening late at night... or a whisper in a room when you thought you were alone... or a distant scream in the wind. One noise at the wrong time or place can scare us for days. Each episode of I HEAR FEAR plunges the listener into a tale inspired by real events, fro…
 
Providing nutritious, safe and affordable food in the face of the Earth’s changing climate is an urgent global challenge. How can we produce enough food for everyone at the same time as improving our relationship with our environment? And can what we eat contribute to a more sustainable future for communities on the West Coast, across North America…
 
What are the issues and opportunities for cities as autonomous vehicles hit the road? How can we plan for and accommodate new forms of transport and smart city infrastructure that serves the public good? Join us on November 7 as a part of the 6th international Autonomous Vehicles and the City symposium. We will feature international discussions on …
 
In April 1951, a young black woman was closing up a roadhouse tavern and getting ready to sleep there for the night. Hattie Lee Barnes worked as a maid at Lee’s Place and in recent weeks had started sleeping there as caretaker, to watch over the bar after hours. She had a gun to protect herself and the tavern. When she heard a window opening near h…
 
"There's a consequence to everything you do on a chess board, there's a consequence to everything you do in a firefight." David Bellavia is an author, radio host, public speaker, and US Army veteran, known famously as the first and only living Medal of Honor recipient from Operation Iraqi Freedom. Today's double-length episode is a real treat. Duri…
 
We are making our way towards 2023, and with Christmas quickly approaching, that means it’s time to sit back and enjoy Chrystal’s Christmas Collection! Kariss and I continue our mother-daughter tradition of hosting the Christmas Collection and we had tons of fun, as always! Each year Kariss and I throw on super plush onesies, grab a steaming mug of…
 
"The extreme fringe of technology combined with mystery." Jesse Michels (ex-Google, Thiel Capital) wears many hats, his current favorite being his American Alchemy Youtube channel. Each week, Jesse converses with serious scientific professionals about UFOs, Psychic Powers, and probes the topics of human uncertainty. Additional Topics Include: Parap…
 
Join us to explore the history of how, where and why we bury our dead. Melville will take us on a lively, wide-ranging tour of the history of famous American cemeteries—places that have mirrored passing eras but have also shaped them. Cemeteries gave birth to landscape architecture and famous parks, as well as influenced architectural styles. They’…
 
Matthew Bannister onLeslie Phillips CBE (pictured), the actor who made his name in the Navy Lark and the Carry On Films, then became a respected character actor.Dame Valerie Beral, the epidemiologist who created the million women study and investigated the safety of the contraceptive pill and HRT.Avtar Singh Jouhl, the trade unionist and activist w…
 
The 27th UN convention on climate change, known as COP27, is now underway in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt. When Climate One spoke with Egyptian Ambassador Wael Aboulmagd in October, he argued that progress at this year’s summit would be more rapid than in past years, because this year, the focus is on implementation rather than negotiation. And for the f…
 
During the depths of the pandemic, one of the most important companies in America was Grubhub. The online food delivery service was a lifesaver for residents sheltering in place and for restaurants struggling to make revenue. But where did this company come from? The story of how Grubhub was founded and what its founder, Mike Evans, learned along t…
 
Brain researcher Marc Milstein, Ph.D. joins today's conversation to discuss The Age-Proof Brain: New Strategies to Improve Memory, Protect Immunity, and Fight Off Dementia. Dr. Milstein and James discuss good brain habits, the link between gut health and brain health, and strategies to lower your risk for Alzheimer’s and dementia. Additional topics…
 
In 31 BCE one of the largest naval battles in the ancient world took place—more than 600 ships, almost 200,000 men, and one woman. The forces of Octavian, Antony and Cleopatra would square off for control of the mediterranean, and ultimately the Roman empire. Guest: Barry Strauss (Bryce and Edith M. Bowmar Professor in Humanistic Studies at Cornell…
 
After two and a half years of struggle, San Francisco's downtown stands at a crossroads. Employees have increasingly returned to offices—with overall attendance at offices reaching 50 percent on some days—streets are busier, tourism is increasing, and corporations have returned to hosting major events and attending conventions in and around the Mos…
 
Have you ever considered what life would be like if, daily, you chose to live from your true worth? To not be side-tracked or distracted by influence, expectations, or overwhelm? To be anchored in God’s love and acceptance of you before you ever do a thing? It can seem difficult, if not at times downright impossible, to not lose sight of who you ar…
 
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