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Best Mike Dells podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Mike Dells podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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When a gigolo is shot to death in the bedroom of a beautiful girl, it raises some perplexing problems for Detective Kenny Kilkenny. Why, for example, would a man steal the license plates off his own car? Why should an innocent young professor come to the murder room … and then conceal a key to the crime? Why was a ‘phantom secretary’ hiding in the closet near the murdered man? Was there really money to be made selling glass eyes for stuffed ducks? Why would a beautiful girl ask her lover to ...
 
"Top 10 Podcasts for Entrepreneurs to Learn Personal Finance From" -- Inc. Magazine. "Top 100 Small Business Podcasts 2014" -- Small Biz Trends. Former Clinton White House Writer John Corcoran shows you how to build relationships intelligently to get more clients, grow your income and advance your career. Discover how you can use win-win networking and intentional relationship-building with Influencers and VIPs, even if you "hate networking" or feel like you have "nothing to offer" people wh ...
 
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This week I am sharing the lovely chat I had with Mike Dell. He is a former U.S. Air Force officer that was stationed in Iceland during the 1990s. We talked about what it was like for him to live in Iceland as a military officer, how he was treated by Icelanders, what he enjoyed about the country and more. Similar to my last episode, I was connecte…
 
Happy Birthday, Todd! Here at Blubrry we’re big believers that podcasters should have a website for their podcast, and it turns out we’re not the only one. Check out the article listed below that details reasons why a podcaster should always have a website for their show. Submitting your podcast to directories is critical so people can find your sh…
 
As Rent the Runway faces the economic challenges of the pandemic, co-founder Jenn Hyman is focused on recovery and empowering women's lives through clothing. These conversations are excerpts from our How I Built Resilience series, where Guy talks online with founders and entrepreneurs about how they're navigating these turbulent times.…
 
Binged out on riot coverage, Doug longs for the human touch of friends through Skype. Want more Stanhope? Subscribe at https://www.patreon.com/stanhopepodcast to get an extra BONUS podcast for as little as a $1 a month. Plus, video, insider communication with the podcast and more. Recorded May 31st, 2020 at the FunHouse in Bisbee, AZ with Doug Stan…
 
The guest of today’s episode is Bryan Carrington. Bryan is the Director of Recruiting at the University of Texas. Being a Houston native, Carrington is all things Texas and one of the best in the game at what he does. This is evident by his Twitter account, the passion you see throughout his work, and his precision in recruiting. Bryan’s journey to…
 
Brendan Dell is the Founder of Spark, a messaging consultancy agency which works with some of the world's most amazing companies like Expedia and Cvent and helps them with positioning, messaging, and articulating their story. He is also the author of The 12 Immutable Laws of High-Impact Messaging and host of The Hook Podcast. In this episode, Brend…
 
Bruce Pavitt and Jonathan Poneman were two rock-and-roll fans who met at exactly the right time and place: Seattle in the early 1980s, where a raw hybrid of metal and punk was finding its voice in dingy clubs. With borrowed money and bounced checks, the two friends started Sub Pop Records, the iconic label that launched Nirvana, defined the grunge …
 
This week’s episode is an update that details how Iceland has successfully flattened the COVID-19 curve. On April 1st, I published a podcast episode that detailed the steps Iceland took after authorities found out about the virus in late December. I walked you through all of the restrictions put in place, but the timeline for those updates ended in…
 
Alli Webb, co-founder of Drybar, talks with Guy about why she believes that investing time into fashion and beauty is still worthwhile, even though many of us aren't going out much. Founders of the meditation app Headspace, Andy Puddicombe and Rich Pierson, talk about taking their business remote, and give some tips on how to approach meditation, e…
 
Stephanie Sims is the Founder of Finance-Ability, a business that helps fellow entrepreneurs navigate their steps from startup to continued success through education and confidence building. She is an entrepreneur, author, speaker, and podcaster, and she carries more than two decades worth of experience in finance quality, IT management, in the val…
 
The Blubrry team is putting some finishing touches on the latest version of PowerPress which features a major UI/UX overall. We can’t wait to see what you think of the changes, and big thanks to all of our beta testers. Todd and Mike discuss the latest on the Podcast Academy, such the newly appointed board of governors and membership updates. Podne…
 
Kyle Connaughton's restaurant has been impacted by wildfires, floods, and now, the COVID-19 pandemic. Kyle spoke with Guy about keeping SingleThread Farms afloat while giving back to his community with free meals. When Eleven Madison Park closed its doors on March 21, nobody expected chef Daniel Humm to turn the Michelin 3-star restaurant into a co…
 
Doug trips during a casual social distancing event and discovers that he is not that miserable after all. Recorded May 26th, 2020 at the FunHouse in Bisbee, AZ with Doug Stanhope (@DougStanhope), Bingo (@bingobingaman), Tracey (@Egglester), and Ggreg Chaille (@gregchaille). Produced and Edited by Chaille. Doug's new special, "The Dying of a Last Br…
 
Mark Bayer is the President of Bayer Strategic Consulting, a specialized training and advocacy firm in the Washington DC area. He's a former US Senate Chief of Staff and self-professed persuasion nerd teaching scientists and engineers to effectively communicate the real world value of their work to their most important stakeholders in jargon-free a…
 
In 2000, Luis von Ahn was starting his PhD in computer science when he attended a talk and happened to learn about one of Yahoo's biggest problems: automated bots were signing up for millions of free Yahoo email accounts, and generating tons of spam. Luis' idea to solve this problem became CAPTCHA, the squiggly letters we type into a website to pro…
 
When Sarah LaFleur started M.M.LaFleur, she wanted to help women dress efficiently and comfortably for the office. Now that most of her customers are working from home, Sarah has to rethink her brand and her marketing to stay relevant. These conversations are excerpts from our How I Built Resilience series, where Guy talks online with founders and …
 
In this MarTech Martech Zone we speak to Courtney Beasley, VP of Marketing for Walker Sands, about how companies can best adjust their messaging in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Some businesses are going through a ‘moment,’ flourishing during the pandemic while many others are seeing negative effects on sales, revenue, and operations. Given t…
 
Gina Furia Rubel is the Founder and CEO of Furia Rubel Communications, a leading national public relations and marketing agency that helps top businesses and law firms with high-stakes public relations, reputation management, crisis planning, and incident response, including high profile litigation media relations. Furia Rubel Communications has be…
 
The team is proud to announce the launch of Private Internal Podcasting by Blubrry. We’ve nicknamed it PIP and go over all the details on what we offer in this week’s episode. Our plugin, PowerPress also has a new beta available for 8.3, we’re still looking for additional testers. Before we discuss our new product, they chat about the new exclusive…
 
When Tony Xu started DoorDash in 2013, he wanted to help local restaurants stay afloat by introducing them to online delivery. Today, his quest remains the same, now that DoorDash has become an essential business during the COVID-19 pandemic. Marcia Kilgore's footwear brand, FitFlop, is experiencing a downturn in sales as retail stores stay closed.…
 
UMass Alumnus and CBS broadcaster Jenny Dell joins PTF. Dell discusses her journey through the broadcasting world and how UMass helped her along the way. Dell also chimes in on her cooking skills, her Red Sox World Series ring, her work on the Here Comes The Pizza moment and so much more. Follow her new food endeavor at SIMply DELLicious. This epis…
 
Stanhope rounds up the booze, Chaille grabs the gear and everyone meets up at The Shady Dell Vintage Trailer Park (@TheShadyDell) for an olde tyme sleepover. Only 2 miles from the FunHouse but decades back in ambiance. Bingo finally bails on the quiet house quarantine spills on what she has been up to for the past 2 months all alone. The Shady Dell…
 
Adrienne Richardson is a paid traffic specialist and a business growth strategist. She is also the Founder of Powerplay Media, where she helps coaches, consultants, and other online service-based business owners get more leads and clients through high-converting Facebook ads. The post Adrienne Richardson | How to Be a Powerplayer in Business and Li…
 
As a girl in 1970s London, Jo Malone learned how to make face creams by going to work with her mom at a private skin care clinic. By the time she was in her 20's, Jo was running her own skin care and cosmetics business, which eventually grew to include bath oils, scented candles, and fragrances under the brand Jo Malone London. Jo sold the brand to…
 
When Tobias Lütke started Shopify, he wanted to empower merchants to start small and build resilience. Tobi spoke with Guy about the relevance of those principles in 2020, as he explains the rise of Shopify sign-ups during the pandemic. Jon Stein spoke with Guy about starting Betterment in the wake of the 2008 recession, and why this economic downt…
 
Dr. Jeremy Weisz is the co-founder of Rise25 Media, which helps businesses connect with their ideal partners, referral partners, and strategic partners using a done-for-you podcast. Dr. Weisz has been involved in podcasting for 11 years and was a senior producer for one of the early business podcasts where he helped to put all of their systems in p…
 
Todd and Mike caught up on Google Podcasts Manager, and reviewed how people will be able to transfer their information from Google Plays Music Podcasts to the new Manager. Youtube Music comes into play in this transfer. Luminary is burning cash quickly, about 4 million a month and recently had to secure more money to continue. They secured almost 2…
 
Samin Nosrat, the author of Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat, talks with Guy about unintentionally writing the ultimate quarantine cookbook, and how she's been inspired by the camaraderie among fellow home cooks. Chez Panisse founder Alice Waters and her daughter Fanny Singer tell Guy some tips for growing a victory garden and helping local farmers stay in bu…
 
With the world still in quarantine, Jay Burnham checks in with renowned author John Feinstein. John discusses his broadcasting the last A-10 game of the year, his memory of the 1995-96 UMass basketball season and his phenomenal new book, The Back Roads to March. His work, as always, is memorable. This episode is brought to you by our friends at Cru…
 
After the 30 Days New Blackout we received a lot of comments, some praise and a couple of boxes of booze. Doug still needs a title for his book, Amanda Knox might not like him anymore and a couple more suggestions for you quarantine viewing pleasure. Recorded May 12th, 2020 at the FunHouse in Bisbee, AZ with Doug Stanhope (@DougStanhope), Tracey We…
 
I know this seems like a really random topic but I have been fascinated by this story ever since I learned about Björn Pétursson (Axlar-Björn) some months ago. The Iceland we know of today has been ranked as one the most peaceful countries in the world since the Global Peace Index was launched 13 years ago. However, this country definitely has had …
 
Dr. David Haase, MD is a renowned medical educator trained at Vanderbilt and Mayo Clinic. His expertise touches on a wide range of specialties from personalized computational systems medicine, brain performance optimization and more. Dr. Haase is also the author of the best selling book Curiosity Heals The Human, and presented a TED talk in which h…
 
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