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Acquired

Ben Gilbert and David Rosenthal

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Every company has a story. Learn the playbooks that built the world’s greatest companies — and how you can apply them as a founder, operator, or investor.
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Ben Gilbert and David Rosenthal

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ACQ2 is Ben and David's conversations with expert founders and investors. Acquired the stories of great companies — and ACQ2 dives deeper into the lessons we can learn from them, often with the protagonists themselves.
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Simplify is a podcast for anyone who’s taken a close look at their habits, their happiness, their relationships, or their health and thought, “There’s got to be a better way to do this.” Hear ideas that get you to better from Gretchen Rubin, David Allen, Rebecca Traister, Dan Savage, Seth Godin and many more. Hosted by Caitlin Schiller and Ben Schuman-Stoler. Brought to you by Blinkist.
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The past few years have caused many of us to rethink how we live our lives. And for those of you approaching retirement, the question becomes more urgent - now what? How do you find new meaning and purpose? I’m Cara Gray, retirement coach, multi-passionate entrepreneur and seeker of life’s answers. Join me as I explore inspiring conversations with those thriving in their "third act." Hear first-hand as former executives, professionals, and creatives share their authentic journeys of self-dis ...
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From the Olympics, to The Open Championship, to the NFL, Mike Tirico has covered some of the biggest sporting events in history. Join him weekly as he shares insights from the broadcast booth and talks with special guests about their careers, sports and life.
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You Don't Know Schiff

Mark Schiff and Lowell Benjamin

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Hosted by Mark Schiff and Lowell Benjamin. Join Mark and Lowell for some funny and deep conversations with great guests. They'll talk about about the things their guests are known for as well as some things you might not know about them. Their guests include: Kevin Nealon and Paul Reiser
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The Practice of Therapy Podcast with Gordon Brewer

Gordon Brewer, MEd, LMFT: Therapist | Consultant | Writer | Speaker

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This podcast is here for therapists, counselors, social workers, psychotherapists, and mental health clinicians in their practice journeys. I'm Gordon Brewer and the person behind The Practice of Therapy Blog and Website that provides tools, resources and advice for people starting, growing or expanding their private practices. The podcast will help you learn from other experts in the field to move your private practice forward to success. The Practice of Therapy Podcast is part of the Psych ...
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Blood-diamond war survivor turned entrepreneur and life design partner breaks down getting unstuck, aligning actions with values, and designing meaningful lives. In bite-sized Jenn's Gems episodes, Jenn tackles a specific challenge leaders face and shares proven and actionable life design tools with examples on how to execute. Guest episodes are chalk full of inspiration and examples of lives well-designed - Jenn talks with CEOs, athletes, writers, artists, and investors on living lives on t ...
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Live conversations with the people operating at the frontier of crypto innovation: entrepreneurs, bankers, investors, fund administrators, traders, analysts and other crypto and digital asset market participants. Our objective is to help the broader ecosystem navigate this complex environment and unlock the market opportunity. This podcast is hosted by Metaco - the leading enterprise technology company whose mission is to enable financial and non-financial institutions to securely build thei ...
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Dyna Tucker is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Marriage and Family Therapist specializing in Couples Therapy. She obtained her Masters in Social Work from Long Island University-Post, and Advanced Certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy from Northwestern University. She has more than 10+ years in the field as a Social Worker. She works wit…
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Bruce Levine and David Haugh opened their show by breaking down the Cubs' 3-0 loss to the Cardinals on Friday and the White Sox's 7-1 loss to the Diamondbacks. Later, Cubs ace Justin Steele joined the show to discuss his form since returning from injury and to analyze the team's struggles.By Audacy
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In the final hour, Bruce Levine and David Haugh were joined by NBC Sports Chicago analyst Scott Podsednik to discuss the state of the lowly White Sox. After that, Levine and Haugh held their Chin Music segment, where they discussed Cubs manager Craig Counsell's comments on day games at Wrigley Field on Fridays.…
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If anyone knows the cuisine of Nice, it’s Rosa Jackson, owner of Les Petits Farcis for over twenty years. Located in the sunny south of France, Niçoise cooking is known for its freshness and Mediterranean flavors, using ingredients that range from local olive oil and anchovies to vibrant vegetables, such as tomatoes, Swiss chard, and zucchini (and …
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Stacy K. Nakell is a licensed clinical social worker, certified group psychotherapist, certified clinical trauma practitioner, and author. She has spent the past fifteen years in private practice in Austin, TX, providing individual and group psychotherapy to clients struggling with body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs). In this episode of the P…
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Bruce Levine and Mike Esposito opened their show by celebrating the White Sox ending their 14-game losing streak before discussing the futures of ace Garrett Crochet and star center fielder Luis Robert Jr. with the organization. Later, Marquee Sports Network analyst Jim Deshaies joined the show to discussed the Cubs' recent struggles.…
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In the final hour, Bruce Levine and Mike Esposito were joined by White Sox television analyst Steve Stone to discuss the club ending its 14-game losing streak with a win against the Red Sox on Friday evening. After that, Levine and Esposito held the Chin Music segment, in which they discussed White Sox manager Pedro Grifol's job security. Later, th…
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Starbucks. You’d be hard pressed to name any brand that’s more ubiquitous in the world today. With nearly half a billion global customer purchases per week across its stores and 3rd party retail channels, a significant portion of the human population gets their daily fix in the green and white paper cup. (Including our own Ben Gilbert who famously …
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David Sturgess is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in Marietta, Georgia. He owns Foundry Counseling, LLC, just off the Marietta Square. For over a decade, he worked as a therapist in two of Georgia’s short- to long-term Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facilities (PRTFs). During the last two years of working in the hospital setting, he oper…
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Bruce Levine and David Haugh opened their show by breaking down the Cubs' 5-4 loss to the Reds on Friday afternoon, which featured third-base coach Willie Harris making a "bad send" that resulted in infielder Nick Madrigal getting thrown out at the plate in the ninth inning. Later, the guys continued to discuss how the Cubs have been hurt my mental…
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In the final hour, Bruce Levine and David Haugh were joined by Cubs bench coach Ryan Flaherty to discuss the club's recent slump and offensive woes. Later, White Sox shortstop Paul DeJong joined the show to for a candid conversation about his future with the organization and what veterans on the team expect ahead of the trade deadline.…
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You know a magical connection when you feel it—that undeniable magnetism that pulls you together for a fit that's as much like home as it is an adventure. We see these sorts of connections in romcoms all the time, but they're not just relegated to the romcom realm. Magical connections happen in friendships, too, and Rhaina Cohen wants to dignify th…
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Amy Dover, LMFT, has dedicated over two decades to the field of marriage and family therapy, guiding individuals and families through their most challenging times with compassion and a deep understanding of the complexities of human relationships. As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Amy has not only impacted countless lives through her dir…
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Bruce Levine and Mark Grote opened their show by discussing the Cubs' recent issues and struggling right-hander Kyle Hendricks' future after he was moved from the rotation to the bullpen. Later, Cardinals television play-by-play announcer Chip Caray joined the show to take a trip down memory lane and to preview the game between St. Louis and the Ch…
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In the final hour, Bruce Levine and Mark Grote were joined by Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic to discuss the state of the Cubs, manager Craig Counsell's leadership and the latest White Sox storylines. Then out of the blue, NBC Sports Chicago analyst Ozzie Guillen called in to discuss the White Sox. Later, Levine and Grote held their Chin Music segmen…
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The space industry is one of the most fascinating areas of technology in 2024. The reduction in launch costs and proliferation of satellites make all kinds of new businesses possible. Today we are joined by Austin Link, the co-founder and CEO of Starfish Space (where Ben and PSL Ventures are investors!). Austin lays out the state of the space indus…
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Mike Zoladkowski is a digital marketing specialist and content marketing specialist with 12+ years of experience in various sectors, including mental health services. He designed and created a therapy business from scratch and grew it to 6 figures in about 2 years. Now, Mike and his wife Monika are helping other therapists in Canada and the US to g…
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Bruce Levine and David Haugh opened their show by discussing Cubs veteran right-hander Kyle Hendricks' continued struggles and the club's tough decision on what to do with him next. Later, Cubs right-hander Jameson Taillon joined the show to discuss his return from injury and the starting rotation's superb performance this season.…
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In the final hour, Bruce Levine and David Haugh debated whether the media has been too negative about the White Sox this season. After that, they held their Chin Music segment, where they discussed Cubs outfielder Pete Crow-Armstrong's comment that Pirates rookie sensation Paul Skenes isn't unhittable. Later, White Sox reliever Jordan Leasure joine…
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Joshua Rosenthal, PsyD, is a licensed clinical psychologist and the founder/CEO of Manhattan Psychology Group, PC (MPG), an integrated mental health and ABA practice based in NYC. He started his solo private practice in 2008 in NYC and grew it to over 250 staff before selling it to a PE-backed, mental health MSO called ARC Health. Post sale, he con…
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In the final hour, Bruce Levine and David Haugh were joined by Cubs right-hander Hayden Wesneski to discuss his role on the club and his relationship with other pitchers on the staff. After that, Levine and Haugh reacted to former White Sox ace Dylan Cease's recent comments about why the team was such a failure in 2023. Later, the guys previewed th…
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Bruce Levine and David Haugh opened their show by reacting to the Cubs placing shortstop Dansby Swanson on the injured list with a knee sprain. What will that mean for the team? After that, White Sox television analyst Steve Stone joined the show to discuss the club's three-game winning streak and which players could be traded later this summer.…
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Here's a chilling thought: experts are saying that we may soon be sustaining 100-year work lives. If that's true, then how many careers might we have? How will we know where to upskill? And how will we keep bagged lunches interesting for so many years? Michelle R. Weise, researcher and author of Long Life Learning: Prepare for Jobs That Don't Even …
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If you’ve been waiting for us to venture back to the land of semiconductors, you’re in luck! On our NVIDIA and TSMC episodes, we explored two components of the silicon value chain: the fabless chip companies that design chips and the foundries that manufacture them. Today, we dive into the software that powers it all, the field electronic design au…
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Rachelle is a licensed mental health counselor, eating disorder and analytic therapist. She works with clients in New York City and Brooklyn to make sense of life’s messy emotional experiences. In this episode, we dive into society's intricate dynamics surrounding body image, self-care, well-being, and networking. Rachelle addresses societal pressu…
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To open hour two of Inside the Clubhouse, David Haugh & Bruce Levine discuss the White Sox and if there's anything positive to takeaway from this start to the season. A caller then brings up John Schriffen, which leads to a discussion about his mixed reviews from White Sox fans. We close the show with some Chin Music.…
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Special Offer for My Listeners: As a gift to my listeners, I am offering a free 60-minute zoom session with me to chat about where you are at and do a bit of dreaming about your next chapter! You can book time with me via: https://CaraGray.as.me/60minutes. I will also put this link in the show notes or reach me via email at cara@goodmorningfreedom.…
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Carolyn is personally passionate about holistic health and wellness and an outspoken advocate that the environment of your space impacts your success. With over 40 years of experience in the commercial interior industry, she holds a BS in Interior Architectural Design from the University of Texas at Austin, is NCIDQ Certified, a Registered Designer…
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Maureen Clancy has been a licensed therapist and trauma expert for the past 20 years, helping women go through enormous life changes who have experienced childhood trauma. In this episode, Maureen shares her journey of integrating alternative healing modalities into therapeutic practice. She discusses her exploration of various methods such as ener…
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Microsoft. After nearly a decade of Acquired episodes, we are finally ready to tackle the most valuable company ever created. The company that put a computer on every desk and in every home. The company that invented the software business model. The company that so thoroughly and completely dominated every conceivable competitor that the United Sta…
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In the final hour, Bruce Levine and David Haugh were joined by White Sox rookie right-hander Nick Nastrini to discuss his MLB debut earlier this week and his developmental process. After that, Levine and Haugh listened and reacted to former White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson's comment about how he wants Chicago fans to remember him. Later, they previ…
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Bruce Levine and David Haugh opened their show by discussing whether the Cubs have an issue with their closer role and floated a name who could help be the answer. Later, Cubs infielder Patrick Wisdom joined the show to discuss what it has been like rejoining the team and to share his impressions of manager Craig Counsell.…
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Julie Danis is not just a former marketing executive but also a writer, storyteller, and an advocate for creative exploration. In this episode, Julie shares her diverse career journey, her transitions, and how she has embraced her third act with a vibrant mix of creativity, resilience, and openness to new experiences. Show Notes: [00:00:00] Introdu…
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Kasey Compton is on a mission to help business owners find their entrepreneurial confidence. She went from bankrupt to Boss Babe when she took her first company from zero to three million in less than three years without ditching her life to do it. She owns three other businesses that have accumulated assets of over two million and are growing by t…
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Bruce Levine and David Haugh opened their show by discussing the White Sox's ugly 2-11 start. After that, White Sox pitching coach Ethan Katz joined the show to discuss left-hander Garrett Crochet's strong start to the season, right-hander Michael Kopech's new role as the team's closer and more.By Audacy
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Episode Description: In this enlightening episode of Act Three, host Cara Gray chats with Alex Hayes-Griffin, a former banker who transitioned to a fulfilling career as an independent advisor and coach. After a dynamic banking career, Alex shares insights on planning for the next life stage, embracing new identities, and finding personal and profes…
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Dr. Carney is Associate Dean for Public Health and Health Policy, and Professor of Medicine, at the Larner College of Medicine at the University of Vermont (UVM). She is Chief of the Division of Public Health at the Larner College of Medicine and directs graduate public health education. In this episode, we cover Dr. Carney’s multifaceted approach …
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Bruce Levine and David Haugh opened their show by reacting to the Cubs' strong 5-2 start and White Sox star center fielder Luis Robert Jr.'s hip injury. What will that mean for the White Sox moving forward? Later, White Sox television analyst Steve Stone joined the show to discuss the White Sox's ugly 1-6 start.…
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In the final hour, Bruce Levine and David Haugh were joined by Cubs rookie right-hander Ben Brown to discuss the start of his MLB career. After that, Levine and Haugh discussed whether it's acceptable for Dodgers star Shohei Ohtani to duck the media as much as he does. Later, they shared their early impressions of new Cubs manager Craig Counsell.…
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Can I tell you how much fun it’s been getting to know Jane Bertch over the years? I’m not exactly sure how we met, but it may have been when I was leading tours and brought our guests for a day-long market tour and cooking class at La Cuisine, her cooking school in Paris. Everyone enjoyed the day very much, including me, and over the years, we’ve s…
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Episode Highlights: Introduction to Joan Rosenthal: Cara introduces Joan, detailing her impressive background in finance and her impactful transition to philanthropy. Early Career Challenges: Joan shares her experiences starting out in a predominantly male industry during the 1970s, highlighting the challenges and societal expectations of women at …
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Dr. Connor McClenahan founded Here Counseling, which provides a membership model for private practice so therapists can run their own private practices independently while benefiting from group resources. Dr. McClenahan runs a private practice in Los Angeles and Pasadena and has taught, coached, and written on digital marketing for therapists. His …
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