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The BLU Podcast is Brian Tierney's outlet to share intelligent perspectives, meaningful conversation, fun and entertainment. It will include a wide variety of guests with different knowledge and wisdom to share. He wants to share those conversations and laughs with anyone who is interested. The concept for the podcast is simple. Brian Tierney lives a blessed life, surrounded by good people and he wants to share knowledge, fun and laughter with the world. …What better place to do that than on ...
 
Ashley Rodriguez talks to folks about gender, race, sex, and other important issues in coffee. We invite people from all realms of the coffee world to share stories and engage in discussion - we want to hear from you! Contact us at bossbaristapodcast@gmail.com
 
A discussion and interview style show hosted by Steve Bremner, blogger, author, and missionary to Peru. Join Steve as he interviews authors and other interesting people. Sometimes funny, sometimes serious, but always worthwhile. Guests have included authors such as: Dr. Michael L. Brown, S.J. Hill, Carlos A. Rodriguez, Dr. Stephen R. Crosby, Eric Gilmour, Michael Dow, Praying Medic, Josh Greeson, Larry Sparks, Mike Breen, Jeremy Mangerchine, Brian Guerin and many others. Check us out at Fire ...
 
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 ...
 
The Legal Academy is a show about law professors hosted by Professor Orin Kerr of the University of California, Berkeley Law School. It covers legal scholarship, the hiring market, teaching, and everything else that law professors care about. Every week features an interview with a leading law professor. More about Orin Kerr at www.OrinKerr.com
 
Some crimes are so shocking and evil that it captures the mind of the general public and it won’t let go until justice is served. Every Tuesday, Fritz and Patrick share a crime story, some solved while others are still a mystery and went cold. Join us for a healthy dose of discussing serial killers, disappearances, and unsolved mysteries with an open mind as we unravel each case together.
 
empowering everyday women to design spaces they’re obsessed with & use power tools — without fear 💪 Tune in for conversations that dive deeper than pin-worthy rooms to tease out the essentials of creating a beautifully lived-in home. Cara will help you find your style, learn to tackle home design without intimidation, and unlock the confidence to transform your home. House Beautiful’s top 14 design podcasts to listen to and Apartment Therapy’s 7 Interior Design podcasts you should listen to
 
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Even an 118-year-old company needs an entrepreneurial jolt. When Jochen Zeitz took over as CEO of motorcycle maker Harley Davidson in early 2020, he moved quickly to restructure the business – even in the midst of the pandemic's highest uncertainty. That defiance paid off, settling investors and refocusing the company. He's trimmed the product line…
 
In this episode of the TC & Company podcast, Tom Caron is joined by Lenny DiNardo. TC and Lenny welcome in a special guest, Boston Red Chief Baseball Officer Chaim Bloom. The trio talk about the MLB trade deadline and what the front office can do to improve the Red Sox roster as Fall baseball is on the horizon.…
 
Veronica Campos is an attorney practicing law in the Chicagoland area. She practices real estate law and family law among other areas. If you ever wanted to know about family law and divorce in Illinois, check this episode out. We talk about marital property, separate property, how to protect your property, why divorces take so long, vacationing ou…
 
If Beach Party started an entire genre of teen film in 1963, it has one film to thank! 1959's Gidget was not only super influential in the history of high school movies but according to many experts; it's the single biggest reason for the popularity surge of surf culture around the world. Starring Sandra Dee, James Darren and Cliff Robertson; Gidge…
 
Unconventional ideas define entrepreneurship: They fuel dreams but also spur naysayers and obstacles. Katia Beauchamp, co-founder and CEO of Birchbox, has repeatedly found ways to recast the unconventional as something obvious, enabling ongoing growth through repeated challenges. When Katia and her co-founder introduced Birchbox, its novel business…
 
Hot Bread Kitchen is an organization that teaches immigrant women to bake artisanal breads from their home country. HBK provides culinary and management training and english classes to these women who have come to New York City from countries including Bangladesh, Mexico, and Morocco, among others. HBK’s breads are available at select grocery store…
 
This week we welcome Adam Poe, founder of ProVet Leadership Academy. ProVet is the first and only leadership training program that empowers veterans with the skills they need to succeed in the corporate workplace. Developed by veterans and organizational psychologists, this unique leadership program uses advanced psychometric analysis and assessmen…
 
"We have to reignite the energy and the fire and the love," says CEO Libby Wadle of J.Crew Group, which launched Madewell Forever this week, a dynamic bet on sustainability. The resale platform, in partnership with ThredUp, is part of a purpose-led pivot that Wadle first sparked as head of Madewell. Wadle takes us inside that journey, looking back …
 
When should you hire your replacement as CEO? Is blitzscaling still the best strategy, in today's context of uncertainty? What are the best fundraising options if you can't access a major VC firm? How do you balance long-term growth with short-term pressures? In this all-new Strategy Session, Reid answers critical in-the-moment questions from six e…
 
Baylee Engberg is a roaster who wants you to embrace past crop coffees. That’s still a pretty novel position—coffee is an industry that touts freshness, which means “past crop” can feel taboo. But there's an opportunity to change the narrative. Just because past crop coffees are older doesn’t mean they can’t be roasted well and still drink deliciou…
 
Steve Murray is Managing Partner at Revolution Growth, the Washington DC-based investment firm that has invested nearly $1 billion in growth-stage companies. In 2016, Revolution Growth invested in DraftKings and Steve joined the board. In April 2020, despite a temporary shutdown among major sports leagues, DraftKings debuted on the public market th…
 
The conversation continues on the Black Teen Experience as Brian, Cousin Pumkin and Kirkland Shephard talk about life, race, basketball, college recruitment and of course everything else they didn't get to tackle from Spike Lee's He Got Game. Find how just how real that one on one hoops scene between Denzel Washington and Ray Allen was, how real co…
 
Sometimes the company you start looks a lot different from the company you end up with; Azim Premji turned his cooking fat company into one of India’s largest technology companies. With over 70,000 employees and $3Bn in sales, Wipro provides software solutions, research and development, and information technology outsourcing to multinational corpor…
 
SURPRISE! In honor of the entire Twilight Saga coming to Netflix in the United States here are some clips from the award winning* #TwilightForever series hosting by Brian Rodriguez, Kate Hudson and Joe 2. On the fence about watching Twilight? Have a listen and see how much fun talking about Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Tayler Lautner, vampire…
 
"Hate is not a one community issue," says Sonal Shah, president of The Asian American Foundation, a nonprofit launched by business leaders in May, dedicated to addressing discrimination against Asian Americans. In just its first few weeks, TAAF raised $1 billion – and is now grappling with what all start-ups face: how to iterate fast, pivot, lose w…
 
Dan Cotter is the author of The Chief Justices. His book examines the position of Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court. As we discuss, the Supreme Court is the most powerful branch or the U.S. government because is the final say on all acts of U.S. government state, local and federal.Dan Cotter practices corporate, transactional, privac…
 
To find your big idea? Look for it. And look for it. And be ready to act. Spanx founder Sara Blakely was actively seeking a business idea when she thought of Spanx. Then she moved fast, found help in the right places, and went all-in. The result: A billion-dollar company & women's wardrobes transformed. With cameos by National Geographic Explorer A…
 
Welcome Campers! We're back talking Fear Street. This time we're talking Fear Street Part 2: 1978. Will the sequel to last week's modern adaptation of R.L. Stein's famous book series provide enough fan service to make Kate Hudson happy or will Gen-Z take the win? Also, will Brian pick up another win in Fear Street bingo?…
 
This one goes out to all NY ballers out there. Kirkland Shephard and Brian Rodriguez return with the Black Teen Experience and they're talking a Spike Lee Joint; He Got Game. This time they aren't alone as Cousin Pumkin is tagging along to talk Ray Allen as Jesus Shuttlesworth, Denzel Washington, Rosario Dawson, Coney Island, college basketball rec…
 
Sir Kensington’s is a condiment company that sells ketchup, mayo, mustard, etc. Mark and his partner Scott tried to create a gourmet alternative to Heinz and started tinkering with recipes in their off-campus apartment while they were students at Brown University. Unilever acquired the company in April, 2017. Mark speaks with Jessica Harris about h…
 
Millennials and Gen Z want different experiences, different content, different opportunities. But catering to those distinct needs wasn't enough, says BuzzFeed co-founder and CEO Jonah Peretti; the digital-media outfit also needed to create a flywheel for value. When the pandemic trimmed tens of millions in revenue, Peretti cut back on costs – but …
 
Brittany Sims is a barista and coffee writer who runs the Non-Binary Barista blog. Brittany uses their blog to talk about gender in the workplace, but also to discuss accessibility issues, neurodivergency, how to deal with trauma, and big feelings at work. Essentially, Brittany’s blog humanizes service workers, and shines a light on the real experi…
 
To move at the speed of opportunity, you need to accelerate expertise. Mellody Hobson is co-CEO of Ariel Investments, the first Black-owned asset management firm in the United States, as well as board chair of Starbucks. Her incredible entrepreneurial journey – punctuated by deep societal and business impact – has been fueled by an intense attentio…
 
Brian Matzat | Director of Digital Innovation | Portland Trail Blazers Brian Matzat enters his seventh season with the Trail Blazers and Rose Quarter as Director of Digital Innovation. Matzat is responsible for the advancement of digital strategy by enhancing digital experience and leading development of new digital products for the organization. P…
 
Le Labo is a perfume company that launched on Elizabeth Street in New York City in 2006. Le Labo perfumes are prepared on the spot for the client in each store, and the brand is appreciated for its minimalist peeled-back aesthetic. Le Labo was bought by Estee Lauder in 2010. Fabrice speaks with Jessica Harris about how he launched Le Labo, from scr…
 
This week we welcome Stephen Machuga, the founder and CEO of Stack Up. Stack Up helps US and Allied military service members get through combat deployments and recover from traumatic physical and emotional injuries with the power of video gaming. Stack Up utilizes the strength of community to help veterans at home and abroad. Seventy percent of vid…
 
The art of promotion can advance any enterprise, as Scott Harrison demonstrated even during the pandemic. As founder and CEO of Charity Water, Scott faced fundraising trouble a year ago but now the nonprofit is on track to bring in a record $100 million in 2021. Over the last 15 years, Scott has dramatically grown Charity Water’s footprint by takin…
 
Barreling full-speed ahead isn't always the key to scale. For Michael Seibel, managing director at Y Combinator and co-founder of Justin.tv and Socialcam, action sometimes needs to take a back seat to asking: "Is this working?" Michael learned early on that by stopping to ask the counterintuitive question, he gained the wisdom – and avoided time lo…
 
Hope you're wearing your dance belt (if applicable) for today's episode of High School Slumber Party AP as Aislinn Addington and Brian Rodriguez are talking Netflix's Work it! Will this dance movie staring Sabrina Carpenter, Liza Koshy and Jordan Fisher (who Aislinn knows a surprising amount of facts about...) make Brian and Aislinn jump out of the…
 
We cross the pond for this slumber party as Mike Rivera and the Foodie Films Man Kyle Reinfried stop by for a bit of a high school reunion as they chat about their European misadventures as well as 2004's EuroTrip! Directed by a talented team of TV writers and stocked piled with cameos EuroTrip is more than a raunchy Road Trip pseudo-sequel...at le…
 
This week we welcome Judy Weaver, founder of Connected Warriors. In 2007, Judy met Beau MacVane, an Army Ranger that after five tours in Iraq was diagnosed with ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease). Beau asked Judy to teach him yoga so he could stay as strong and connected to his body as humanly possible as he fought his terminal illness. Over the next sever…
 
With Marriott's business already reeling due to Covid, beloved CEO Arne Sorenson was lost to cancer earlier this year. Stephanie Linnartz, president of Marriott International, shares how she and new CEO Tony Capuano have picked up the reins in the most challenging travel environment in modern times. Stephanie’s journey, and her prescriptions for Ma…
 
In this episode, Felix and I covered real estate, evictions and concealed carry. Felix has many years of experience and a wealth of knowledge about evictions and concealed carry. Felix is an attorney and a concealed carry instructor. His concealed carry course is excellent and is well worth taking if you can. His humor, insight and practical knowle…
 
"Will some people lose their shirts with crypto? Absolutely. Will new great industries be built upon this? Absolutely," Reid Hoffman tells Rapid Response host Bob Safian, in a new, unfiltered conversation. The co-hosts dive into cryptocurrency strategy, why cybersecurity "is an emperor-has-no-clothes situation," weighing Target vs. the corner store…
 
Ryan Stick is back and he's better than ever because today we're talking My Boyfriend's Back! If you're a fan of A-list actors with humble beginnings look no further as Philip Seymour Hoffman, Matthew Fox, Matthew McConaughey and (almost) Renee Zellweger feature as supporting characters in this wacky tale of a teen zombie and the prom he's just dyi…
 
Fredda Rodriguez joined Concacaf 3 years ago as the Head of Digital & Emerging Technologies to oversee the Digital and Emergent technologies department, including digital platforms, product development, digital marketing, content strategy, innovation, and all digital revenue generation activities linked to Concacaf tournaments and events. Concacaf …
 
We're going back to prom and this time we're taking Cara Gael O'Regan as we discuss the horror classic; Carrie! Carrie stars Sissy Spacek as an introverted and sheltered teen with telekinetic powers who let's just say has a very interesting prom night. Also starring John Travolta and Piper Laurie; this Brian DePalma adaptation is actually the first…
 
ConBody is an exercise program that Coss developed while he was in prison for selling drugs. Coss lost 70 pounds in six months by working out in his 9’x6′ cell. Con body is located on the Lower East Side of Manhattan and also offers classes online for those who want prison-style workouts from the solitary confinement of their own home. Coss speaks …
 
This week we welcome Dr. Tiffany Tajiri, board certified psychologist and author of Peace After Combat: Healing the Spiritual and Psychological Wounds of War. For so many science and faith are held at arm's length from one another, but Dr. Tajiri combines the two worlds in what she calls "Rhythm Restoration". This method is a combination of RHYTHM …
 
"Corporations can be a force for good – and they can also be very successful," says Ken Chenault, chair of investment firm General Catalyst and former longtime CEO of American Express. During the past year, Ken has been an outspoken advocate for business leaders to actively engage in societal matters. After George Floyd’s death, he and Merck CEO Ke…
 
In this episode, Daissy and I covered her recent travels in Hawaii and immigration law. If you have ever wondered anything about immigration law from the basics to a little more advanced, you should check out this podcast. Daissy runs her immigration law practice at Dominguez Legal Justice Center in Chicago, Illinois. Contact her for assistance wit…
 
My guest today is Vera Espíndola Rafael, a development economist working within coffee-producing countries. Recently, she wrote a paper called, “A Business Case to Increase Specialty Coffee Consumption in Producing Countries.” Coffee is a good that’s grown in one country, and then is traditionally—thanks to centuries of colonialism—exported somewhe…
 
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