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A master-class in personal and professional development, ultra-athlete, wellness evangelist and bestselling author Rich Roll delves deep with the world's brightest and most thought provoking thought leaders to educate, inspire and empower you to unleash your best, most authentic self. More at: https://richroll.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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In this episode, Rachael Herron answers questions from her Patreon supporters. What does a crappy draft actually look like, for real? Also, we talk about making sure stories move forward in a real way when constrained by historical facts, how to incorporate beta reader feedback if it’s all over the place, and why we flip away from our manuscripts w…
 
Replace ego with the eternal. Trade selfishness for service—and self-absorption for unity. Together, let’s explore the spark of divinity that resides within us all. Meet Raghunath Cappo. Punk rock icon. Spiritual warrior. Bhakti yoga devotee. A teen in search of meaning, Ray Cappo fled his suburban Connecticut enclave for New York City—and found co…
 
Markets coming back strong after falling sharply at the start of the day. So is “Buy the Dip” alive and well? And what stocks should you be getting in on now? Plus Lucid Motors the latest name to enter the SPAC world. But the window of opportunity to see gains may be shorter than you think.By CNBC
 
Big tech taking a big hit today as interest rates continue their climb higher. So is this the end of the long-unstoppable bull market in tech. We break down the trade. And will Kohl’s be a buy with or without an activist trying to shake up its board? Why one trader is giving the retailer’s stock a second look.…
 
Today we get esoteric on the things that matter most—ego, family, friendship, love, work, death, and the soul. The value of living an examined life. And how sharing our uniqueness gives glimpse into the universal. Returning for his third appearance on the podcast, our cipher for said exploration is one of my very favorite humans—a former social ent…
 
With winter weather wreaking havoc on the South, investing in infrastructure is even more front and center. We take a look at the stocks that could be affected. Plus we’re a year since hitting the S&P’s pre-pandemic high, but not all stocks have taken part in the recovery. We’ve got some names ready to play catch up.…
 
How do you write dark? Like, REALLY dark? Abigail Dean tells us. Abigail Dean works as a lawyer for Google, and before that was a bookseller. She lives in London, and is working on her second novel. Girl A is her first novel, just out in the United States after a competitive international auction that saw the book sell in 25 territories. It’s been …
 
How does one best prepare for a fitness challenge? What is the real value of testing one’s outer limits? And what constitutes true endurance? These are but a few of the questions explored in today’s edition of Roll On, wherein Adam Skolnick and I blather on matters both pertinent and possibly irrelevant. We share good news and bad. We perform some …
 
If knowledge is power, knowing what we don’t know is wisdom. Now more than ever, opinions divide us. Meanwhile, our ability to effectively communicate has degraded, fueled by social media algorithms and self-selected information silos that confirm our biases, calcify our world views, and consequently drive us even further apart. As a result we suff…
 
Twitter shares soared more than 25% this week on the heels of a strong earnings report and user growth. But one trader is pulling the plug on the name. Plus, just in time for Valentine’s Day, we’re taking a look at the most loved stocks on Wall Street and finding out whether they’re true love or heartbreakers.…
 
In 2016, Janna Ruth's plans for the new year was one submission to an agent. By the end of the year, she had won a writing competition with German publisher Ueberreuter and was deep in the throes to publish a second novel with a group of self-publishers. That novel, a modern fairy tale retelling with mental health topics, went on to win the SERAPH …
 
Tesla announced it bought $1.5 billion in the popular cryptocurrency, sending the price of Bitcoin to all-time highs. But what happens if other companies start buying up the digital coin too? And with airlines rallying along with the broader markets today, will the reopening rally continue to drive stocks?…
 
What happens when you have two very big but different dreams vying for your focus? Do you choose one? Or do you risk it all to pursue both? This was the dilemma faced by today’s guest—a woman who knows a thing or two about what it takes to execute at the highest level. Meet Alexi Pappas—Olympic athlete. Award-winning writer. Filmmaker. And so much …
 
Lisa Gardner is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of twenty-three suspense novels, including The Neighbor, which won Thriller of the Year from the International Thriller Writers. An avid hiker, traveler, and cribbage player, she lives in the mountains of New Hampshire with her family. Before She Disappeared is her latest stand alone novel. H…
 
In this bonus miniepisode, Rachael talks about how to start writing your book when it’s all you want to do and you’re still not doing it. Also: how to lay groundwork in a first novel in a series for the next book without letting down the reader, how to deal with a revision letter, and how to use a foreign language in context! How Do You Write Podca…
 
Perhaps you thought 2021 might bring some return to normalcy. So far we have the Capitol insurrection, GameStonk and Jewish Laser Beams. We need to talk. After a much-needed break, Roll On returns with my hype man Adam Skolnick, an activist and veteran journalist perhaps best known as David Goggins’ Can’t Hurt Me co-author. Adam has written about a…
 
How might your life be better with less? Not so many years ago, Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus were mired in the corporate grind, banking six-figure salaries in pursuit of the American Dream. Expiating for the satisfaction their careers failed to provide, they did what most humans would: They bought stuff. Lots of stuff. When that didn’t…
 
Rachel Lynn Solomon writes, tap dances, and collects red lipstick in Seattle, Washington. She is the author of the YA novels Today Tonight Tomorrow, You'll Miss Me When I'm Gone, Our Year of Maybe, and We Can’t Keep Meeting Like This (June 2021). She will also tell anyone who'll listen that it really doesn't rain that much in Seattle, where she liv…
 
Stocks accelerated losses at the end of the session, as investors awaited earnings reports from titans like Apple, Tesla, and Facebook. Among the forces driving the market: concerns over COVID vaccine distribution and the continued squeeze on short sellers which has forced traders to sell their long positions.…
 
We’re breaking down all the action on one of the busiest days of this earnings season. Reports from Microsoft, AMD and Starbucks are all on the docket. Plus could all the actions we’ve seen in highly shorted names like GameStop be a signal that there’s a new guard in charge on Wall Street?By CNBC
 
President Joe Biden signing an executive order on minimum wage for federal workers. But how would a broad increase impact consumers and the companies that employ them. Plus a big week ahead for earnings. We go beyond the bottom line to find what our traders are most closely watching.By CNBC
 
As stocks like Gamestop and Blackberry see huge gains and volatility, Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee break down what exactly is going on in these names and the risks for traders and investors. Mad Money’s Jim Cramer make a surprise appearance to weigh in. Plus, the investment committee making a lot of moves in this market. We break down …
 
In a spark of creativity, cartoonist Matt Furie created an innocent, loving frog he named Pepe. What came next is so insane, it literally bent reality. Filmmakers Arthur Jones & Giorgio Angelini wanted to understand how this sweet and relatively obscure indie comic book character morphed into an infamous symbol of hate—and a meme that changed the w…
 
Ashley Audrain previously worked as the publicity director of Penguin Books Canada. Prior to Penguin, she worked in public relations. She lives in Toronto, where she and her partner are raising their two young children. The Push is her first novel. How Do You Write Podcast: Explore the processes of working writers with bestselling author Rachael He…
 
Our bodies are comprised of about ten trillion cells. But only half those cells are human. The remainder comprise our microbiome—a vast and complex ecosystem of bacteria, viruses, and fungi that live in or on our bodies. Only now is science beginning to understand the profound impact of these microbes on human health. We choose to believe that we a…
 
Shares of Netfilx were on the move higher after the streaming giant reported it added 8.5 million subscribers in the fourth quarter. Plus Microsoft making a major investment in GM’s autonomous car unit Cruise Automation. And on the eve of his inauguration, President Elect Biden attends a ceremony to honor the more than 400,000 people in the U.S. wh…
 
Unlike other land mammals, humans are not natural-born swimmers. Our evolutionary ancestors learned for survival. Now it’s one of the most popular activities in the world. So why do we swim? What is it about water that seduces us despite its dangers? A lifelong swimmer reared by swimming parents, this week’s guest couldn’t shake this question. What…
 
Ricardo Fayet is one of the four founders of Reedsy, a marketplace connecting authors to the world’s top publishing talent—from editors to cover designers, book marketers, author website designers, and literary translators. He’s the author of several Reedsy Learning courses on book marketing and a regular presenter at several prestigious writers’ c…
 
President Elect Joe Biden set to reveal details for his economic relief plan. We bring you the details on what to expect in his announcement tonight. Plus earnings season kicks off tomorrow with reports from JPMorgan, Citigroup, and Wells Fargo. Can the red hot financial trade continue its rapid run?…
 
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