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Meditative Story combines extraordinary human stories with meditation prompts embedded into the storylines — all surrounded by breathtaking music. Think of it as an alternative way into a mindfulness practice, through vivid stories and cinematic music and production values. Meditative Story is an original series produced by WaitWhat and supported by our members. Our community tells us that they listen to the same episodes over and over again, and according to data provided by Apple Podcasts, ...
 
The best startup advice from Silicon Valley and beyond. Iconic CEOs — from Nike to Netflix, Starbucks to Slack — share the stories and strategies that helped them grow from startups into global brands. On each episode, host Reid Hoffman — LinkedIn cofounder, Greylock partner and legendary Silicon Valley investor — proves an unconventional theory about how businesses scale, while his guests share the story of how I built this company. Reid and guests talk entrepreneurship, leadership, strateg ...
 
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The testosterone filled, self proclaimed alpha male, teams up with the rainbow glittering voice of sensibility, for a good ole train wreck. We take a good look at the silly obscure things in our lives that we take for granted and put our own unique spin on it. Its one of the shows that you realize when you're laughing...hey, i just learned something. Give us a like, a share, or subscribe to us youtube, itunes, google play and sound cloud. Wait...What?! Podcast. Enjoy!!
 
Kivvi, Lala, Joel, Joe and Atom, 20- and 30-something South Florida transplants (mostly) living in NYC, debating and discussing dating, situationships, and more. We share comparing our situations to our dating training we received in Miami. Lol you are in for a treat with this group we never have a shortage of random stories and predicaments that will have you rolling! Tune in and check out our latest craziest adventures and dating woes. To borrow from the great K. Hart laugh at and learn fr ...
 
It's the question of our times: How is technology impacting our humanity? "Should This Exist?" invites the creators of radical new technologies to set aside their business plan, and think through the human side: What is the invention’s greatest promise? And what could possibly go wrong? Show host Caterina Fake (Partner, Yes VC; Cofounder Flickr) is a celebrated tech pioneer and one of Silicon Valley’s most eloquent commentators on technology and the human condition. Joined by a roster of all ...
 
Welcome to Now What: The Podcast. We're two twenty-something year olds thrust into the realities of adulthood in New York City. As fellow twenty-somethings, we can relate to recent college graduates who are trying to navigate the real world. Cause college was a joke and now life is like wait.....what? Amiright? Tune in as we talk about everything from career advice, dating and general real life situations. Cause yo, life in 2018 is crazyyyyy! Don't worry guys, we're all in this together.
 
Creativity. It’s as mysterious and elusive to humans as love. We stalk it. We crave it. We try to bring it out in ourselves. Every creative work you’ve ever loved has a hero’s journey behind it. Whether it’s a book or a building. A movie, a mural, a musical. It starts with a spark. Then: Endless iteration. Inevitable setbacks. Magical people who appear to help. And the breakthrough idea — that takes on a life all its own. On Spark & Fire, for the first time ever, you’ll hear what was happeni ...
 
A place where we discuss life, the pursuit of happiness, and some law. The very first series will focus on the obstacles that working professionals, working parents, and growing families face but using my story of leaving a prosperous and prestigious career of a big law lawyer and at the same time deciding to retire to help guide the discussion.
 
Out every Monday 3 Men and A Microphone from These3 Media Ltd is presented by Ian Barstow, Damian Lee, and Darren Antrobus. It‘s the best podcast you‘ve probably not listened to! Three men in their 40‘s navigating through life and everything that brings. Funny stories, life events and what we get up to every week. Each episode is a funny (but sometimes serious) 45 minutes to start your week. Like radio shows you used to love, fast-paced, fresh but with a hint of nostalgia thrown in for good ...
 
Crystal and J.R. are self-proclaimed Communication junkies. They love geeking out on the topic of communication. This podcast will cover all sorts of topics under communication, analyzing situations, sharing personal stories and examples, and giving out tips on how to improve your communication with the people around you. This is the best group therapy session you'll ever experience...you'll want to bring your friends along with you!
 
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In the first episode of UNLAWYERLY. series, "The Challenge to Redefine Success: Why I left Big Law and Retired at 36?" Ramin introduces the concept of success and how success has traditionally been defined. As the episode continues, however, there is a transformation to the definition of success with the ask of a very simple question during Ramin's…
 
The end of a troubled life ignites a search for answers – a truth long buried, and a truth not yet formed. Each episode of Meditative Story combines the emotional pull of first-person storytelling with immersive music and gentle mindfulness prompts. Read the transcript for this story at: https://meditativestory.com Sign up for the Meditative Story …
 
This week, we’re returning to an episode of Masters of Scale featuring Ben Chestnut, the co-founder and CEO of Mailchimp. The email marketing platform was acquired this year by Intuit in a multi-billion-dollar deal that closed this month. Hear how Chestnut used a DIY ethos to grow the company without ever raising a dollar of outside funding. The Ma…
 
In our Talking UNLAWYERLY. Series, we discuss the first episode and get into how we have traditional defined success but how that definition is changing for a lot of people. Talking UNLAWYERLY. discussion of S1 E1 of The Challenge to Redefine Success: Why I Left Big Law and Retired at 36.By UNLAWYERLY with Ramin
 
Many of us attempt to shift gears during the holidays, spend quality time with people we love, and refresh. But too often, we end up glued to our devices – catching up on work, avoiding complex people, or simply addicted to that screen. In an episode from our sister podcast, Meditative Story, host Rohan Gunatillake shares three calming techniques t…
 
For Jai Punjabi, the most powerful connection to home is through food – specifically the wonderful Indian cuisine he was raised on. Hoping to preserve the recipes of his beloved family dishes, Jai returns to his parents’ home in Bombay, only to discover that the secret lay not in the ingredients, but in a way of being. It isn’t the recipes to learn…
 
Reid Hoffman and Rapid Response host Bob Safian break down what you need to know right now about the most important issues and opportunities impacting entrepreneurs. The co-hosts dive into inflation reactions, Facebook quandaries, metaverse mania, AI & crypto trends, and lessons from the Great Resignation. Plus: why LinkedIn pulled back in China, a…
 
This week Damian is late again for the show and Ian is not pleased. Plus we talk about Christmas decorations going up early, Boris getting told off in the House of Commons and Damians interview on Podcast Radio. Watch Damian talking to Graham Mack 👉 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z0vEyyw-WQA&t=73s Listen to the We Got Balls Podcast 👉 https://ancho…
 
In May 2020, as companies began making promises about how they’d help Black-owned businesses in the wake of George Floyd’s killing, Aurora James launched the 15 Percent Pledge initiative with an Instagram post. Tagging major retailers, she declared that 15% of retail shelf space should belong to Black-owned businesses. And she's helped these compan…
 
In May 2020, as companies began making promises about how they’d help Black-owned businesses in the wake of George Floyd’s killing, Aurora James launched the 15 Percent Pledge initiative with an Instagram post. Tagging major retailers, she declared that 15% of retail shelf space should belong to Black-owned businesses. And she's helped these compan…
 
Learn these calming techniques to help navigate tricky family dynamics, the challenges of disconnecting from work, and the loneliness that can arise at even the most joyful times of year. Notice them, name them, release them. To learn more about the RAIN mindfulness technique – an acronym first coined by senior Buddhist teacher, Michele McDonald – …
 
Your board of directors can make or break you. In fact, Reid believes, the wrong board member can break your company faster than the right board member can make it. Learn the five vital mindset shifts that can help you create a better board, with insights from Mellody Hobson, the co-CEO of Ariel Investments and the chair of the Starbucks board, alo…
 
Welcome to Episode 75 of the podcast, this week we are joined by TikTok stars Sienna Keera and George Keywood (BBC Three's People Just Do Nothing) talking about their relationship, social media and they each pick a Retro Hall of Fame. A frank, interesting, and funny interview. Also this week Ian and Darren head down 80's radio heaven as they discov…
 
All her life, Meredith Arthur is a model of competence and control, and it sweeps her higher and higher up the professional ladder. But inside, something isn’t right. After a painful wake-up call, Meredith drops the version of herself that she’s constructed and starts noticing the one she’s long neglected. Learn more about Meredith's website Beauti…
 
Eric Schmidt, former CEO of Google, breaks down his deep insights around artificial intelligence on Rapid Response. Schmidt, co-author of the new book "The Age of AI: And Our Human Future," alongside Dr. Henry Kissinger and MIT’s Daniel Huttenlocher, says that we’re entering an unknown era with technology – one that requires extra vigilance to ensu…
 
Eric Schmidt, former CEO of Google, breaks down his deep insights around artificial intelligence on Rapid Response. Schmidt, co-author of the new book "The Age of AI: And Our Human Future," alongside Dr. Henry Kissinger and MIT’s Daniel Huttenlocher, says that we’re entering an unknown era with technology – one that requires extra vigilance to ensu…
 
In the last episode of UNLAWYERLY. series: "The The Challenge to Redefine Success: Why I Left Big Law and Retired at 36." Ramin discusses regrets and lessons learned from his decisions. The lessons learned are helpful in us understanding the power of our decisions and how uncertain the path ahead is no matter how stable we think our lives are.…
 
In the fourth episode of UNLAWYERLY. series, "The Challenge to Redefine Success: Why I left Big Law and Retired at 36?" the most asked question is discussed: "How were you able to retire at 36?" Ramin unpacks the question of "how" by not only addressing the golden handcuffs and how to take them off, but also answers other "how" questions that was p…
 
In the third episode of UNLAWYERLY. series, "The Challenge to Redefine Success: Why I left Big Law and Retired at 36?"Ramin continues the discussion of the hard question and goes into how he was able to use the value system that he created to help him get toward the "how". The episode details life as a big law lawyer and paints a picture of how cer…
 
In the second episode of UNLAWYERLY. series, "The Challenge to Redefine Success: Why I left Big Law and Retired at 36?"Ramin discusses the foundation before the "how" and execution of doing anything in life. There is a simple question that has to be asked but it is very often a very hard question because it requires one to look deep down inside to …
 
Too often, companies only focus on the type of scale that’s visible: massive campuses, thousands of workers, offices around the globe. But as Land O’Lakes proves, there are less conspicuous ways to scale – ways that supply your business with structural integrity. This is something CEO Beth Ford knows well. She’s strategically scaled Land O’Lakes – …
 
Welcome to Episode 74, this week we cover a lot. The clocks changing, neighbour WhatsApp groups, Darren asks us for some delicate advice, should we complain at a restaurant, little things that annoy us, COP26 and running out of petrol. All that wrapped up in a brilliant 50 minutes of laughs and enjoyment. Follow us on our new Instagram account 👉htt…
 
Skepticism and doubt are no strangers to John Foley, the CEO of Peloton. As he says, it’s been part of the company’s DNA “since the first time I pitched the business to an investor back in 2012.” Last year, the company was supercharged by pandemic demand. However, in 2021, the company has faced a slew of new headwinds, from product-safety issues to…
 
Skepticism and doubt are no strangers to John Foley, the CEO of Peloton. As he says, it’s been part of the company’s DNA “since the first time I pitched the business to an investor back in 2012.” Last year, the company was supercharged by pandemic demand. However, in 2021, the company has faced a slew of new headwinds, from product-safety issues to…
 
It happens not in a yellow wood, but in author Steve Almond's befuddled 20s, when he is facing for the first time a decision that might actually matter. To the left lies success. To the right, something more interesting. Each episode of Meditative Story combines the emotional pull of first-person storytelling with immersive music and gentle mindful…
 
What’s harder about entrepreneurship than most people realize? How do you overcome your own doubts? Can you really trust your team? In this special episode, Reid Hoffman and Masters of Scale executive producer June Cohen gather five of their favorite guests – Brian Chesky, Tyra Banks, Angela Ahrendts, Sallie Krawcheck, and Franklin Leonard — for a …
 
This week we discuss that clip from The Great British Bake Off (GBBO), a Halloween surprise and we are joined by the Wait...What Podcast Trio who pick their Retro Hall of Fame Items. What to be part of Teena Bizkits Big Christmas Special? email info@these3media.co.uk Listen to the episode now 👉 https://link.chtbl.com/nmkh5d_h Listen to the Wait...W…
 
How do you respond when your own users resist your data? That question is top-of-mind for Nielsen CEO David Kenny. For decades, Nielsen has measured ratings and demographics across TV and media – the ultimate designator of success and failure. But as industry norms shift to streaming, Kenny has had to revamp processes and expectations, absorbing he…
 
As a Night Minister with San Francisco Night Ministry, Rev. Monique Ortiz walks the dark streets of a beautiful and aching city – a city that transforms completely when the sun goes down. Reaching out to the most desperate souls, she learns to help in a way she hadn’t imagined. Learn more at www.sfnightministry.org Each episode of Meditative Story …
 
How do you respond when your own users resist your data? That question is top-of-mind for Nielsen CEO David Kenny. For decades, Nielsen has measured ratings and demographics across TV and media – the ultimate designator of success and failure. But as industry norms shift to streaming, Kenny has had to revamp processes and expectations, absorbing he…
 
Want to improve any idea? Find someone who disagrees with it. This is something legendary investor Ray Dalio knows. But there’s a difference between constructive and destructive conflict – and Dalio is a master at spotting the difference. In constructive conflict, a team has a shared goal, whether or not they have differing opinions. And this is th…
 
This week for some reason we had an unintended food special. It starts with talking about his very mid-life planned visit to a Cheese Festival, Darren has a "too much information" moment about what he likes to do with DairyLea Cheese (you won't guess it!) which may make you look at cheese in a very different way and Damian has a frustrating time wi…
 
Since stepping down as Walmart’s president of e-commerce at the beginning of the year, billionaire entrepreneur Marc Lore has had a busy year of big ideas. In the spring, it was announced that he reached a deal to purchase the NBA’s Minnesota Timberwolves and the WNBA’s Minnesota Lynx, alongside Alex Rodriguez. And then last month, he outlined his …
 
Since stepping down as Walmart’s president of e-commerce at the beginning of the year, billionaire entrepreneur Marc Lore has had a busy year of big ideas. In the Spring, it was announced that he reached a deal to purchase the NBA’s Minnesota Timberwolves and the WNBA’s Minnesota Lynx, alongside Alex Rodriguez. And then last month, he outlined his …
 
The chaotic nature and noise of life as a musician – touring from city to city – eventually erodes Andrew Bird's ability to hear the music that is really inside of him. In a courageous effort to understand the faint calling of sound playing in his head, Andrew deserts his Chicago apartment for a rural piece of land where he believes an old farmhous…
 
Crowdsourcing is more than a group of people interested in the same cause, it’s a way to tap skills – and scale – that you don’t have. And when it works, it can be the rocket fuel that launches you to scale further than you could have ever imagined. No one knows this better than Luis von Ahn, founder and CEO of Duolingo. Duolingo is a language app …
 
No Darren this week but Damian and Ian are here and this week we talk about Adele's new single ahead of her new album 30, Damian has finally watched Netflix's Squid Game. Ian has wisdom teeth issues (very middle-age problems), and Damian has an eyebrow tint mishap (yep he's dying his eyebrows at 41, nope we don't have words either). All the podcast…
 
In the last year, Sarah Hirshland has had to face one daunting issue after another as the CEO of the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee – each of which have required urgent, in-the-moment decisions. Most recently Sarah mandated that U.S. athletes be vaccinated against COVID-19 to participate in the upcoming Beijing winter games. But that’s just th…
 
In the last year, Sarah Hirshland has had to face one daunting issue after another as the CEO of the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee – each of which have required urgent, in-the-moment decisions. Most recently Sarah mandated that U.S. athletes be vaccinated against COVID-19 to participate in the upcoming Beijing winter games. But that’s just th…
 
Before becoming a MacArthur award–winning entomologist, Dr. Marla Spivak is adrift – first as a young woman in search of direction, then deep in the Amazon, severely ill and fearing death. Time and again, it’s the hum of bees that shows her a path forward. Apiculture doesn’t just become her life’s passion, it reveals a deeper truth about the connec…
 
Jessica Alba’s approach in founding and building The Honest Company revolves around three letters: IRL, a useful acronym for “In Real Life.” This phrase acts as a reminder for the company to shine the spotlight onto their customer’s real needs – not only to understand them, but to address them as well. Alba built the company around her passion to m…
 
Welcome to episode 70 and a warning for very strong language (but it's very funny) during this episode of the show as we are joined by Neil and Saffron Bentley from the 40 and F****d podcast, we talk to Neil about the podcast in the first half and we are joined by Saffron and have a fun quiz all about swear words and Neil's Mum even joins in! It's …
 
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