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Best Risktaking podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Risktaking podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Hosted by Paul Moore and Josh Thomas, How to Lose Money is a wealth-building podcast dedicated to the honest, sometimes gut-wrenching stories of business and life lessons learned. If you’re an entrepreneur going through a tough season, a business executive wanting to avoid strategic mistakes, or just someone who loves to hear about victories earned on the other side of painful trials, this podcast is for you. With new episodes every Monday, we feature an interview with a business leader who ...
 
It only takes one idea or one story to change the whole trajectory of your life, career, and work. In each episode of The Journey, we talk to entrepreneurs of all stripes, so you can prime yourself with the knowledge and mindset you need for your own journey.
 
If you are looking to identify and develop your strengths and talents, take calculated risks and make decisions, The Strengths Revolution with Steve Morgan will help your personal development, as well as helping you support your clients, employees, teams and wider organisations. Knowing your strengths will also support positive risk-taking and decision making as part of good risk management.
 
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When you live in a world of curated feeds, it can sometimes feel impossible to know what’s real. Finding the companies and people who are making genuinely great products while maintaining the values that you support is like finding a needle in an ever-expanding haystack. And when you are the company trying to stand out in that haystack, how do you …
 
Michael is a father, husband, author, OCR athlete, Krav Maga student, corporate consultant, and personal performance coach. He is a life-long student and has specialized in peak performance for over 20 years. Man of Mastery is a virtual community that Michael founded and runs to bring together an exclusive peer group of high achieving men who live …
 
There’s an old saying that goes “Man plans, God laughs.” Things very rarely go according to plan. No matter how meticulously we think ahead, the path toward our goals is always subject to roadblocks and detours. But while the journey might rival Pan’s labyrinth, the BIG dream – your ultimate goal and your vision – lives unmoving at the end. “When I…
 
Kevin Bupp is the Founder & CEO of Sunrise Capital Investors , which invests in mobile home parks, apartments, offices, and single family homes all across the US. He has 16 years of experience in educating investors to locate, acquire, and create “higher than average” returns from the widely misunderstood niche of mobile home park investing. He sha…
 
Ryan Haley is a former U.S. Navy Officer, SH-60B helicopter pilot, Afghanistan combat veteran, and Pentagon defense budget analyst. He is the founder of A Better Way, a media and teaching platform that inspires people to experience “where the supernatural meets the practical” in faith, business, and life. A Better Way currently includes a podcast, …
 
As we grow up, moments of stark realization are inevitable. Our parents don’t actually know everything. Dinosaurs don’t still exist. A whole dollar isn’t really that much money. For Warren Schaeffer, one of those moments meant coming face to face with the darker side of entrepreneurship at a young age. “When I was 12 years old, my father's business…
 
Michael Becker is a principal at SPI Advisory, and he heads SPI’s Dallas, Texas office, where he oversees all aspects of property operations. He’s a 15 year veteran of commercial real estate, and as a banker, he has originated and managed numerous portfolios of permanent and bridge loans in all major asset classes. Over the last 5 years of his bank…
 
Leading a team onto the battlefield of business – or quite literally a battlefield – isn’t for the faint of heart. Being a leader is about setting the route for others to follow; it’s a huge responsibility that often results in having to make extremely difficult decisions. “A month or two into my role as a platoon leader, I'm brand new leading a ta…
 
Scott Shay is the co-founder and chairman of Signature Bank in New York, New York. He is also the chairman of the investment committee of the Elah Fund. He has been a long time investing partner of Lew Ranieri, and together they were managing partners of various hyperion funds and Ranieri partners. Throughout his career, he has invested in a wide v…
 
Technology is revolutionizing how we live, work, play, and do business. But apps can’t (yet) clothe, feed, or shelter us; we still live in the physical world, and as a result, need tangible products and real-world supply chains to meet our needs. But tapping into those supply chains and actually getting your idea from prototype to production line t…
 
Dr. Jeff Anzalone is an author, father, full time practicing periodontist in Louisiana, and the founder of debtfreedr.com. He started his blog after paying off close to $300,000 in student loan debt and reaching millionaire status by the age of 40. He now focuses on helping other doctors and high income earners create passive income from real estat…
 
One of the hallmarks of the human experience is finding where you fit in – what club to join, what sport to play, what friend group to associate yourself with, what career you’re passionate about, what partner to settle down with, what city to plant roots in… the list goes on and on. And just like in life, in business, a huge part of the struggle i…
 
Deal Maker, Turnaround Specialist, Sales Improviser, Hired Gun, Serial Entrepreneur with 46 years experience, a consultant for 37 years, John Paul Mendocha is a professional speaker with 806 weekly training episodes, AKA Dr. SpeedSelling™. He can ferret out hidden reasons for declining sales profits within minutes. John's results are reality tested…
 
When you hear one business story after another, a pattern begins to emerge: that there is no pattern. There are underlying themes, common lessons, similar key takeaways… but there is no formula for entrepreneurship; no step 1, step 2, step 10. And that truth is scary... but it can also be a massive comfort, especially when your story starts a littl…
 
An entrepreneur since the age of 21, Gino has had an obsession for learning that makes businesses and entrepreneurs thrive. At age 25, he took over the family business, which was deeply in debt and in need of help. After turning the company around and running it for 7 years, he and his partners successfully sold the company. Gino then set out to he…
 
If you haven’t picked up on it already, startup life is not for the faint of heart… Starting, managing, and growing a small business is a feat few can check off their bucket list. And as multi-time entrepreneur Sean Chou will explain, it’s easy to tell the story of your company after it has seen success. The arch is clear, the hero’s journey obviou…
 
Neal Bawa is the mad scientist of multifamily. Besides being an entertaining speaker, Neal is a data guru, a process freak, and an outsourcing expert. Neal treats his $200 million multifamily portfolio as an ongoing experiment in efficiency and optimization. The mad scientist lives by 2 mantras. His first mantra is that we can only manage what we c…
 
How would you define yourself? Are you an introvert or an extrovert? A wallflower or the life of the party? A leader or a follower? What if, just maybe, you’re a little bit of all those things? Nick Mehta has gone from self-described wallflower to the CEO of Gainsight and he’s on a never-ending mission to learn and grow into the most authentic CEO …
 
Josh Zloof is the co-founder and CEO of Sudden Coffee, the creators of the first specialty instant coffee. Sudden Coffee works with 30 coffee roasters worldwide, companies like Equator Coffee, Intelligentsia Coffee and Ritual Coffee. Josh got his start as an operations consultant at McKinsey and Company and later was a product manager at Groupon, b…
 
Businesses are changing all the time. From company-wide layoffs, to acquisitions or exits, to new investors or leadership, to unexpected crises… the list of ways a company can change goes on and on. Sometimes these developments barely affect the business and how it operates. Other times, they lead to massive renovation. And it’s during those extrem…
 
David Hancock is the founder of Morgan James Publishing and has co-authored 12 books, including Performance Driven Thinking, Guerilla Marketing for Mortgage Brokers, and The Entrepreneurial Author. Nasdaq sights David as one of the world’s most prestigious business leaders, and he is reported to be the future of publishing. David was selected for F…
 
Jack Gibson began his entrepreneurial journey at 19 and founded his first company at the age of 21. Operating a successful nutrition consulting and distribution company, Jack had built a multimillion dollar venture before he was old enough to rent a car. Soon after that, he bought his first home as an investment. One quickly became five, and then t…
 
Vincenzo Villamena is an American CPA and the Managing Partner of Online Taxman, which offers completely secure and online tax preparation services including an online document exchange and upload system and utilization of modern communication technologies. He has “Big 4” audit and corporate accounting experience during his time with Pricewaterhous…
 
In 2003, Nick Prefontaine was in a snowboarding accident that left him in a coma for over 3 weeks. The doctors told his parents he probably wouldn’t walk, talk, or eat on his own again, but he actually ran out of the hospital 3 months later. Now a certified infinite possibilities trainer, Nick speaks to groups that benefit from his message of overc…
 
Keith Elias played 6 seasons in the NFL with the New York Giants and the Indianapolis Colts. He graduated from Princeton University, where he completed his senior thesis on turn of the century masculinity and its impact on the creation of football. He works in the NFL’s Player Engagement Department, where he equips current and former players throug…
 
Andrew Henderson founded Nomad Capitalist to help people increase their personal freedom and to help them improve their financial situations and intelligently diversify their lives. Helping people save $280,000 a year in taxes, getting a second passport in a matter of months to get started on building the business of their dreams, and giving their …
 
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