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Learn from history's greatest entrepreneurs. Every week I read a biography of an entrepreneur and find ideas you can use in your work. This quote explains why: "There are thousands of years of history in which lots and lots of very smart people worked very hard and ran all types of experiments on how to create new businesses, invent new technology, new ways to manage etc. They ran these experiments throughout their entire lives. At some point, somebody put these lessons down in a book. For v ...
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Buy Box Bandits

BUY BOX BANDITS LLC

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The hosts of the buy box bandit podcast are Amazon sellers combining to bring you years of experience in not only selling on Amazon, but all of online business. The “Buy Box Bandits” is a phrase that originated as a comedic pun among friends taking the Amazon Buy Box from each other on shared listings, but it now has matured into a brand & platform which brings you all the knowledge these three have gained over the years. Tune in every Tuesday and Friday each week for amazon content, intervi ...
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A feed from the Slate podcast network featuring episodes with enlightening conversations, opposing views, and plenty of healthy disputes. You'll get a curated selection of episodes from programs like What Next, The Waves, and the Political Gabfest, with deep discussions that go beyond point-counterpoint and shed light on the issues that matter most.
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Hear Me Out is Slate's destination for tough, topical discussions with integrity, and without cliches. Join host Celeste Headlee and a guest each week for a smart, fair debate on issues that matter.
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Jason Manford, one of the UK's most loved comedians, is on Absolute Radio every Sunday from 8am. If that sounds a bit early on a Sunday for you, then catch the best bits of Jason's show on this handy podcast.
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The Slate Daily feed includes new episodes from more than 30 shows in the Slate Podcast Network. You'll get thought provoking analysis, storytelling, and commentary on everything from news and politics to arts, culture, technology, and entertainment. Discover new shows you never knew you were missing.
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Welcome to Make Money Count, a podcast focused on the Canadian economy, Real Estate, and your mortgage. We’d love it if you’d join us as we explore options that put dollars back into the average Canadian’s pocket. Subscribe for new episodes weekly!
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The daily podcast that takes you from "working a job you hate" to "living a life you love". Our mission is to help you replace corporate with cash-flow and go from 6 figure employee to 7 figure + entrepreneur! We interview multi-millionaire business owners to uncover their secrets to building wealth and achieving true freedom. Learn how to start, buy, and successfully exit businesses - invest in real estate - build passive income - grow wealth - and earn your freedom to do "what you want, wh ...
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Become a Paid Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/space-news-pod/subscribe Join us on the SpaceX News Pod for all the latest updates and analysis on SpaceX, Elon Musk, and their revolutionary projects, including the highly anticipated Starship and the operational Starlink. Our show is a must-listen for all space enthusiasts, industry insiders, and fans of space flight. Stay informed and inspired as we delve into the cutting-edge technology and ambitious goals that SpaceX is pursuing.
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Have you ever looked around at your tech company and realized you’re one of the oldest people in the room…and you may not even be 40 yet? It gets late early is a podcast and community focused on the experience of aging as a tech employee. We’ll uncover the root of Silicon Valley’s obsession with youth, and parse fact from fiction. We’ll explore individual experiences across tech companies of various sizes, learn from experts, and share practical advice on how tech workers can build long and ...
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Cities are becoming increasingly unliveable for most people. Costs are rising but incomes are not. Sky-high rents, evictions, homelessness, and substandard housing are common realities for urban dwellers across the planet. There is a global housing crisis. How did this basic human right get so lost? Who is pushing people out of their homes and cities, and what’s being done to pushback? On the heels of the release of the award-winning documentary, PUSH, filmmaker, Fredrik Gertten and Leilani ...
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Beginner's Mind

Christian Soschner

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Discover the Secrets of Deep Tech Success with Christian Soschner Discover the strategies and mindsets that transform cutting-edge deep tech ideas into thriving businesses. Christian Soschner delves into the world of deep tech, exploring how entrepreneurs and investors build value and navigate the unique challenges of breakthrough industries. Each episode features candid conversations with top investors, industry disruptors, and insightful book reviews – dissecting the strategies behind succ ...
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ReInvent

samarth parekh

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Everyone needs to reinvent themselves so, This podcast will help you to reinvent yourself In all expects of life. It will help you to grow your knowledge, business , influence, impact and being a great human .
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Zero Chill

Varun Mayya

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Every Tuesday tune up to Varun Mayya (CEO of Avalon Labs) and Abhinav Arora (VP Marketing of Avalon Labs) talk about everything from Physics to Neuroscience to Marketing in a one of a kind Indian podcast!
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Welcome to QuickPod: Tim Ferriss Podcast Audio Summaries, the ultimate destination for bite-sized insights and practical wisdom from The Tim Ferriss Show. If you’re looking to unlock the best lessons on entrepreneurship, productivity, health, and personal development in just a fraction of the time, you’re in the right place! At QuickPod, we condense hours of long-form interviews with world-class performers into concise, 5-10 minute audio summaries, delivering only the most essential takeaway ...
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Podcast Makes Perfect

Emily Nicholson and Kennedy Morgan

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In this comedy podcast two life long best friends, Emily Nicholson and Kennedy Morgan explore many interesting topics, as well as delving into new and interesting concepts to learn more about the world around them. They do all kinds of fun things including interviews and storytelling.
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Entrepreneur O.G.

Entrepreneurship Secrets For New Entrepreneurs

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Entrepreneurship doesn't have to be confusing. Thanks to the internet it can be SUPER EASY! The problem is that we are operating with a 1990's mindset and it's been the 2000s for a minute. In this podcast, I'm going to help you make the shift and by default help you grow and in some cases start your business. Buckle up boys and girls! We Out HERE! #letsgetit
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Lunch Money

Anthony and Polina Pompliano

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Welcome to 🧰 Lunch Money with hosts Anthony "Pomp" Pompliano and Polina Marinova. Remember, while Wall Street is trying to get rich, the rest of us are just trying to get our lunch money right.
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SeeKen

LIFE IS A PIECE OF CAKE

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This podcast is all about personal development life how I grow up when my father died when I was boy going to face the world . How I face the problem and my mentor who support me and will tell u how to face your own life problem with ease as these are my personal experience which will help you to grow in your personality, and will broad your mindset.
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Cato Out Loud – a Cato Institute podcast that brings you the best of Cato’s print publications in an audio format. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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eCommerce Minute

eCommerce Minute

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The eCommerce Minute is your weekly dose of eCommerce, tech and retail news, with your hosts John Suder, Bart Mroz, and Brittany Blackman. The show is a production of SUMO Heavy, an eCommerce consulting firm with offices in Brooklyn, NY, and Philadelphia. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ecommerceminute/support
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Learn How To Make Decisions Like A Billionaire! Want To Quit Your Job In The Next 6-18 Months Through Buying Commercial Real Estate & Small Businesses? 👔🏝️ Check Out Our Action Academy Community Schedule A Free 15 Minute Coaching Call With Our Team Here To Get "Unstuck"! Check Out Our Bestselling Book : From Passive To Passionate: How To Quit Your …
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On today’s episode of Hear Me Out: Bezos vs. the British invasion. The Washington Post, like most legacy media outlets, can’t seem to catch a break. Right now, the newsroom is reeling under leadership changeups — and an editor who’s part of what appears to be a British invasion into American media leadership. It’s hard to imagine Jeff Bezos, a soon…
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On today’s episode of Hear Me Out: Bezos vs. the British invasion. The Washington Post, like most legacy media outlets, can’t seem to catch a break. Right now, the newsroom is reeling under leadership changeups — and an editor who’s part of what appears to be a British invasion into American media leadership. It’s hard to imagine Jeff Bezos, a soon…
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It's summertime in Sweden and Canada, and that means it's time for Pushback Talks - Summer Series! For the next 12 weeks, we'll revisit a few of our favorite episodes from the last season. The Filmmaker and the Advocate are taking a break, but the podcast isn't. No matter where you are - we hope you enjoy this year's Summer Series! What is it that …
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On this episode: Lucy, Jamilah, and Dan Kois help a member of the Slate Parenting Facebook community who’s wondering how to help her teenage son through the rite of passage that is shaving. We’ll also help out a listener whose six-year-old is an overzealous shaver, and talk through whether it’s a real problem. We also dole out a round of recommenda…
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Just over three weeks ago, Joe Biden was heading to the stage to debate Donald Trump. Now, he’s out. Guest: David Faris, Slate contributor, associate professor of political science at Roosevelt University and author of It’s Time to Fight Dirty: How Democrats Can Build a Lasting Majority in American Politics. Want more What Next? Subscribe to Slate …
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Read our book, The Score That Matters https://amzn.to/3XxHi7p Full show notes at www.LearningLeader.com This episode is supported by Insight Global. Insight Global is a staffing company dedicated to empowering people. Please CLICK HERE for premier staffing and talent. Notes: Commonalities of excellent coaches: Not defensive Respond well to feedback…
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What I learned from reading What I Talk About When I Talk About Running: A Memoir by Haruki Murakami. ---- Founders Notes gives you the superpower to learn from history's greatest entrepreneurs on demand. You can search all my notes and highlights from every book I've ever read for the podcast. Get access to Founders Notes here. ---- Build relation…
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Jason Manford and Steve Edge are back to brighten up your Sunday morning. Bin Chat makes a return after a shocking introduction for residents in New York City, Jason's picked up a new sport, and the guys share your messages from when you've 'helped' your kids with their homework. Plus, find out which piece of trivia you've sent in reigns supreme in…
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This week, host Ronald Young Jr. talks to Darrin Bell, creator of the syndicated newspaper comic strip Candorville. In the interview, Darrin explains how hard it was to get Candorville picked up for syndication and how all newspaper comics artists face an up-hill battle to get published. He also talks about his routine for creating new strips every…
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In the hours after the assassination attempt on Donald Trump, conspiracy theories started circulating all over social media, often amplified by powerful voices on both sides of the aisle. It shows a complete breakdown of trust in institutions during a critical election. Guest: Drew Harwell, technology reporter at the Washington Post. Want more What…
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John Dickerson talks with author Roland Allen about his new book, The Notebook: A History of Thinking on Paper. They discuss the historical origins of notebooks, how to keep a notebook and their own personal journeys documenting their lives. If you enjoyed this conversation, you’ll love an exploration into John Dickerson’s notebooks with his podcas…
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Today, we’re bringing you an episode from our friends and colleagues over at What Next: TBD. Guest host, Cheyna Roth is joined by Ash Nelson, journalist and author of “The Lost Art of the DVD Extra” for Slate. The two discuss the downsides of the streaming era are coming into focus for movie fans—uncontrollable, changing libraries; lower fidelity; …
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So President Biden finally signaled an openness to maybe possibly thinking about Supreme Court reform. Too little, too late, perhaps - but also, desperately needed, certainly. The US Supreme Court views itself as separate and apart from all other courts - including international counterparts. What could Americans learn from other courts? One of the…
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This week, as computers crash, computer makers are voting Trump. Felix Salmon, Emily Peck, and Elizabeth Spiers discuss the behind-the-scenes company behind the global tech shutdown, why Silicon Valley entrepreneurs like Trump and J.D. Vance, and why ESG has survived while DEI is in the dumps. For Slate Plus members: Why is the swimming pool market…
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Welcome to Make Money Count! In this episode, we explore the recent decline in bond yields and its implications for mortgage rates. Join Marcus and Justin as they break down what this means for prospective home buyers and the broader housing market. Don't miss this insightful discussion on how economic trends can affect your financial decisions.…
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In this episode, Carvell Wallace (author of Another Word for Love and host of Slate’s How To!) joins Prudie (Jenée Desmond-Harris) to answer letters from readers about how to cancel on family vacation plans that sound horrible to you, how to break it to your butch lesbian girlfriend that her friends might be misogynists, and how to convince your pa…
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After a tumultuous week of campaign news, Republicans wrapped their convention in Milwaukee by officially making former President Donald Trump their nominee. While President Joe Biden struggles with doubts within his own party, many in the G.O.P. believe there’s a new opportunity to reach out to Black voters. On today’s episode of A Word, Jason Joh…
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The biggest companies in the world are now tech companies, which is why the biggest antitrust, anti-monopoly fights in recent memory are centered around Silicon Valley. Guest: Jonathan Kanter, Assistant Attorney General, Antitrust Division, U.S. Department of Justice Want more What Next TBD? Subscribe to Slate Plus to access ad-free listening to th…
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This week, John Dickerson is joined by What Next host Mary Harris to discuss Donald Trump’s pick for vice president, the excitement at the Republican National Convention (and why they’re talking about a victory), and the aftermath of the Trump assassination attempt. Here are this week’s chatters: John: The television series, Shetland on BritBox Mar…
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On this episode: Lucy, Jamilah, and special guest host Dan Kois help a member of the Slate Parenting Facebook group who’s unable to sleep unless everyone in the household is tucked in and all the doors are locked. That’s making it challenging to live with a 16-year-old night owl… so is the answer to just suffer through the evenings where not everyo…
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Join us for the ultimate back-to-school guide with PetesFlips! In this episode, the boys share their expert tips and strategies to help you scale your reselling business to new heights. From sourcing the best deals to optimizing your listings, learn everything you need to know to maximize your profits this school season.…
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Mike Mannino, founder of Real Estate Wealth Builders, shares how by the age of 30 he was able to build a business that flipped over 90+ houses, develop a multifamily portfolio of 140 doors and create multiple companies which account for 1M+ per year in revenue. Want to reach out to Mike? Visit his website: www.rewbuilders.com Follow him on IG: @the…
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With the presidential ticket set and the platform announced, the GOP of 2024 isn’t defined by fiscal conservatism and fighting to end abortion—although those issues are holding on, further down on the list. So what are Republicans fighting for now? Guest: Paul Farrow, county executive for Waukesha County, delegate at the RNC, former chair of the Wi…
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Today we cover the Action Academy CVC Framework! Want To Quit Your Job In The Next 6-18 Months Through Buying Commercial Real Estate & Small Businesses? 👔🏝️ Check Out Our Action Academy Community Schedule A Free 15 Minute Coaching Call With Our Team Here To Get "Unstuck"! Check Out Our Bestselling Book : From Passive To Passionate: How To Quit Your…
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Lawn ornaments are everywhere—but for something so ubiquitous, they’re also mysterious. What’s the person with the flamingo or the gargoyle in their yard trying to say—and why do they want to say it so publicly? From the garden-variety to the not so common, the adorable to the odious—lawn ornaments speak volumes, without saying a word. In this epis…
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Candice Lim is joined by Bloomberg Businessweek reporter Amanda Mull, whose pieces investigate your favorite big-box stores, the cult of exercise and the girlboss economy. They dive into Mull’s internet diary, which includes her golden rule for arguing online, her most beloved @dril tweets and why she’s changed her mind on Peloton. This podcast is …
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A perennial presidential battleground state, Wisconsin became a warning—or blueprint—for how one party can subvert democracy and keep power without winning more votes. Does the Badger State hold any lessons about how to walk back a gerrymandered, minority rule? Guest: Ari Berman, Mother Jones’ national voting rights correspondent and author of “Min…
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On this week’s show, the panel begins by dissecting Longlegs, director Osgood Perkin’s viral horror movie starring Nicolas Cage that’s sweeping the box office. Aided by a clever marketing campaign, Longlegs is undoubtedly the summer’s “you gotta see it” horror flick, but does the Silence of the Lambs copycat live up to the hype? Then, the three jum…
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We all know about the mental health crisis wreaking havoc throughout the nation and world. On this week’s episode of Well, Now we’re continuing our ongoing discussions of mental health, and this time we’re tackling men’s mental health as a whole. Prime’s new show Counsel Culture, hosted by Nick Cannon and medical professionals across the spectrum, …
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Keir Weimer, founder of Weekender Hotels, shares in detail the vision, the roadblocks and the strategies he applied in order to build from scratch a company that owns and operates boutique independent hotels, giving specific advice to those interested in getting started in the hospitality sector and those who want to build a brand that leads with e…
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On today’s episode of Hear Me Out: tried and Turing tested. Coming into the 2024 election cycle, generative AI was one of the main concerns for democracy watchdogs; its power to create deceptive text, images and sounds at a rapid, unfettered pace seems ripe to spread misinformation. But of all the controversies and current events that have shaped t…
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On today’s episode of Hear Me Out: tried and Turing tested. Coming into the 2024 election cycle, generative AI was one of the main concerns for democracy watchdogs; its power to create deceptive text, images and sounds at a rapid, unfettered pace seems ripe to spread misinformation. But of all the controversies and current events that have shaped t…
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On today’s episode of Hear Me Out: tried and Turing tested. Coming into the 2024 election cycle, generative AI was one of the main concerns for democracy watchdogs; its power to create deceptive text, images and sounds at a rapid, unfettered pace seems ripe to spread misinformation. But of all the controversies and current events that have shaped t…
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J.D. Vance, the Yale Law School graduate once hailed by the media as a white working class-whisperer, has been selected as Donald Trump’s running mate. But not too long ago, he was one of the former president’s critics. The former-Marine and San Francisco venture capitalist won over Trump with the hardline, America-first policies he championed in t…
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Shirley Showalter and Marilyn McEntyre know that grandparenting is more than just cookies and Play-Doh. Don’t get us wrong, those things are fun! But the art of contemporary grandparenting requires mindfulness, intentionality, and navigating boundaries. On today’s episode, Courtney Martin talks with Marilyn and Shirley about their book, The Mindful…
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San Francisco mayor London Breed grew up learning again and again about the dangers of drugs and addiction. She lived in public housing in the city in the 1980’s and saw friends and family members in her community get hooked, get sick, and sometimes pass away. Fast forward to now, and San Francisco is seeing sky-high overdose numbers (though they’r…
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Copa America (7:03): A security breakdown outside the stadium marred Argentina’s 1-0 win over Colombia. U.S. soccer ( 21:19): Will a big-name European replace Gregg Berhalter? Crossword puzzles (34:26): An interview about the art of solving crosswords really fast. (Note: time codes are only accurate for Slate Plus members, who listen ad free.) Want…
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Today we talk about the importance of your "Sunny Day Fund"! Want To Quit Your Job In The Next 6-18 Months Through Buying Commercial Real Estate & Small Businesses? 👔🏝️ Check Out Our Action Academy Community Schedule A Free 15 Minute Coaching Call With Our Team Here To Get "Unstuck"! Check Out Our Bestselling Book : From Passive To Passionate: How …
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On this episode: Zak, Lucy and Jamilah help a member of the Slate Parenting Facebook Group who’s torn about her kid’s new bestie. This girl is mostly unsupervised and tends toward naughtiness — ding-dong ditching, messy play, and watching adult YouTube — and that tendency is trickling down to our group member’s son. How can this parent make sure he…
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Former president Donald Trump survived an assassination attempt Saturday during a campaign rally in Pennsylvania. While the gunman has been identified, law enforcement have not offered a potential motivation for the attack. The incident comes at a time of heightened political violence, when more Americans think such acts are justifiable. Guests: Is…
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Read our book, The Score That Matters https://amzn.to/3XxHi7p Full show notes at www.LearningLeader.com This episode is supported by Insight Global. Insight Global is a staffing company dedicated to empowering people. Please CLICK HERE for premier staffing and talent. Ryan Holiday is one of the world's bestselling living philosophers. His books lik…
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Discover how Dan Brisse, a former X Games gold medalist, transformed his passion for snowboarding into a thriving real estate empire. In this episode of [Podcast Name], we delve deep into Dan's journey, exploring the resilience, focus, and determination that propelled him from professional sports to building Granite Towers Equity Group. 🎙️ What's i…
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“Home diagnostics” are a $5 billion industry—and growing. Spurred by social media, people are buying into at-home health tests, without input from their doctors, and often, not even the FDA. Guest: Elizabeth Dwoskin, reporter for the Washington Post Want more What Next TBD? Subscribe to Slate Plus to access ad-free listening to the whole What Next …
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