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Best Vance Crowe podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Vance Crowe podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Bruce Figger is a traveling veterinarian that works with cattle, horses and even pets. We talked about the challenging and changing world of veterinary medicine, the high suicide rate among vets, the challenges of balancing hard work with the demands of life, and books that impacted him. To watch the video on YouTube: https://youtu.be/TFrKplgiFhs T…
 
Wide ranging conversation with an accomplished attorney, a history professor and the man charged with overseeing the justice of the people of Saint Louis. We discuss cancel culture, reducing regulations, mob justice and the rule of law. To watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/a4-H3HlhNh0 To support the podcast, meet others in the Articulate Ventures …
 
Sheriff Tom Allman had a 34 year career as a police officer and eventually sheriff. He shares his insights into police budgets, training, screening and tells stories about his experiences as a peacekeeper. To support the podcast, meet others in the Articulate Ventures Network, and join the Articulate Ventures Book Club: https://www.articulate.ventu…
 
Claire Fox is a prolific thinker and debater. She runs one of the most important debate conferences in the world, attended by some of the greatest debaters of our time. Vance and Claire discuss the book 1984, why she thinks feminists have trouble connecting with current day movements and the value of open debate. To learn more about the Telepresenc…
 
Ana Lorena Fabrega attended 10 different schools throughout the world when she was a child. She became a teacher and suddenly realized that the old paradigm used to teach soldiers and factory workers doesn't meet today's children's need. We talked about remote learning, online learning, micro-schools and many other things parents will find interest…
 
Joseph Ring is a 24 year old cattle producer along with his brother Michael who raise the famed Ring Brothers Beef. Joseph is a musician, a father, a butcher, and a tinkerer. I met Joseph because he found a way to help me get better. He's been one of my closest friends ever since. Membership into the Articulate Ventures Network is open to all now: …
 
Natalina Sents; Digital Content Manager, Successful Farming Magazine Natalina Sents is the kind of intrepid young reporter written about in comic books. She is brave, empathetic and acutely aware of what is going on around her. She is one of the most respected storytellers of agrarian life in our modern era. We discussed working multiple jobs, virt…
 
Ben Anderson is the CEO of Wand a tech startup that allows people to hire a house cleaner on a phone app. Ben is the executive producer of Vance's podcast and they have a candid discussion about universities, student loan debt, and tearing down of monuments. Vance and Ben discussed the Articulate Ventures Network for people that want to support the…
 
Keaton Kruger is in the ag industry and caught my attention over Twitter about a year ago. He studies things that interest him and has a curiosity about things he doesn't understand. We discussed a huge array of topics from fasting, human genetics, telepresence, and surveillance. We explore how to look and sound better on video calls and Vance expl…
 
Jerry Hayes returns but now as Editor of Bee Culture Magazine. One of the most popular beekeeping magazines in the world. Jerry and Vance talk about speaking up when you are afraid, how our culture of competitiveness impacts how we see the world and why it is so difficult for PR to feel authentic. Jerry talks about ripping up 2 acres to plant clove…
 
Mike Sansone is a real estate developer focused on multifamily. He discusses what cities will thrive in the future and what holds Saint Louis back from being business friendly. We talk about grit, fitness, and journaling. If you are interested in being in the next wave of people to join the Articulate Ventures Network sign-up to be notified when th…
 
Lord Ridley is back! He has a new book out "How Innovation Works: And Why It Flourishes in Freedom" and he tells me all about how peer review has broken down, how Europe got the potato and why kings would ban coffee houses (to stop gossip). Also we talk about the Dicamba ban on soybeans. It was a fun interview! To buy Matt Ridley's "How Innovation …
 
A barn burner of an interview, Jeremy LaKosh runs an assisted living facility in Illinois and has written a book discussing how government bureaucracies and unions are preventing the adoption of technology and strategies that would enable care. Rare interview from a mild mannered guy. LaKosh is the author of the book, "A Government's Guide to Explo…
 
What if wearing masks exposed us to other diseases? What if by locking down the country the war machine was shut down? Kevin McKernan is a brilliant mind that is capable of looking at the world through as many perspectives as a prism. Vance Crowe and Kevin McKernan talked about why cannabis smells so strongly, the consequence of mandatory masks and…
 
Dan Dokovic is a commercial real estate broker in Saint Louis. Considered by many to be a hell of an entrepreneur Dan speaks with Vance Crowe about when people will rent office space again, the down turn of retail space and how buildings of the future will be built. https://intelicacre.com/ https://www.bambooequity.com/team Find Vance Crowe at www.…
 
Quick Dick McDick is a character played by 37 year old Saskatchewan farmer Dickson Delorme. During this interview we learn about Canadian politics over oil/gas, the Canadian gun ban, and how bridge the divide between rural and urban. Delorme is a guy trying to add humor to complex political and social change- and has become an international star kn…
 
Lance Corbett is a soft spoken, very nice, hardworking guy that has a vice grip and a level of intensity like nothing I have ever experienced before. We talk about how a national level high school wrestler could end up homeless for five years on the bank of the Mississippi river. Lance discusses how he keeps himself motivated, how he avoided the fa…
 
I had a blast interviewing this rare military officer. Ahron Oddman is a combat veteran that flew a half-helicopter half jet plane, the V-22 Osprey a tool at one time thought of as a waste of time that later proved to be instrumental in saving the lives of wounded soldiers. Oddman spoke with Vance Crowe has upended the tech world in banking and is …
 
Alison Morrow was an intrepid reporter working for the Seattle local TV channel. She quit her job to move out to a homestead, where she is creating a new form of journalism/interviewing and reporting. Vance and Alison discussed who watches the local news, her work helping drug addicts, and how journalism and attending press conferences aren't the s…
 
Nicole Williams is 22 and working at a venture capital firm. She has dropped out of 2 attempts at college, is well respected in the tech community and has a sense of fashion that makes the grey clothes wearing Vance Crowe want to try out some new styles. During this conversation we spoke about Artificial Intelligence, what it means to be radicalize…
 
Liz Miele is a comedian living in NYC. In an instant she went from being an international comedian to being stuck in her Brooklyn apartment for months. Miele sits down with Vance Crowe to discuss life in the city, what's going to happen to the comedy scene and how her dyslexia taught her to write better punchlines. This is the 56th interview in the…
 
Christina Hudson works on her family's "small" egg laying operation in New York State. Coronavirus didn't hurt eggs, but they couldn't get egg cartons. Christina and Vance Crowe discuss the downsides to wearing a mask, what farmers know about diseases and some interesting facts about eggs. This is the 55th interview in the ongoing series of Coronav…
 
Charles Sheeley hand crafts amazing super hero costumes and teaches Jiu Jitsu classes while working an overnight job. Sheeley is an extraordinary guy that discusses how passion can fuel you past suffering to help you achieve what you were meant for. This is the 54th interview in the ongoing series of Coronavirus perspectives. I believe that society…
 
Jason Mauck is a big thinker that is revolutionizing how farmers plant crops and raise animals. Jason is widely recognized in the agriculture community for trying new techniques and thinking creatively to solve problems. This is the 53rd interview in the ongoing series of Coronavirus perspectives. I believe that society will have the rules re-writt…
 
Temple Grandin is an autistic woman that has revolutionized the cattle industry. We have been friends for years, and finally today we hopped on a video call to talk about the situation with meat packing plants, how the autistic mind thinks, signals pets are giving, and what it will take to find a treatment for Coronavirus. This is the 52nd intervie…
 
Ashlee Mortimer represents Arizona cattle producers and she knows how to make deals work. We discuss how she learned to make deals, how the cattle industry is responding to Coronavirus, and if she will wear a mask in public. This is the 51st interview in the ongoing series of Coronavirus perspectives. I believe that society will have the rules re-w…
 
Peggy Guest is an executive coach to scientists, business leaders, and doctors. She discusses how they are going through long term planning, preparing for change, and what people can do to be ready for major changes to the economy. Peggy was Vance's executive coach when he made the decision to leave Monsanto and re-start his company. This is the 50…
 
Tim Hosler is a former municipal bond trader that now serves as the CFO of Geniecast. Tim and Vance talk about cities and states that can't pay their bills, the impact of the government stimulus money and what changes could happen as a result of the Overton-Window being wide open. This is the 49th interview in the ongoing series of Coronavirus pers…
 
Dairy farmer and businessman talks openly about being an elder in his church, deciding if they should hold services, discusses how friendships are lost online over fights and Vance talks more about his "West Wing Hypothesis." This is the 48th interview in the ongoing series of Coronavirus perspectives. I believe that society will have the rules re-…
 
Brad Freking is owner of New Fashion Pork. He is a veterinarian and has built a pork processing company that harvests pigs for bacon, pork chops, ribs etc. He came on the show to talk about his 2,000+ person workforce being tested for Coronavirus, the impact of shutdowns on US grocery stores, and how difficult it is to manage the crisis when public…
 
Dan Ovadya is a plant biology scientist without a Ph.D. but he is a big name in his field. We talked about the riot police being called out after the extension of the California lockdown, vertical quarantine and if he thinks college is worthwhile for kids in a post-Coronavirus world. This is the 46th interview in the ongoing series of Coronavirus p…
 
Chad Fred Lott is a copywriter for a tech company in Silicon Valley. He has known Vance's since he was working at Whole Foods. We discuss YouTube Censorship, Living in San Francisco, and his thoughts about what will happen next. https://twitter.com/Chadfredlott https://twitter.com/VanceCrowe This is the 45th interview in the ongoing series of Coron…
 
James Gurney is a longtime friend and an advanced researcher on a little understood part of life: Phage Research. James talks about his concerns about Coronavirus, his time as a Skeptics podcaster on the League of Nerds. James is a script editor for the science communications YouTube Channel Kurzgesagt. https://twitter.com/Jamesrgurney https://twit…
 
Kevin McKernan believes there are too many scientists paid from tax money, and that the free market would have handled the Coronavirus crisis much more precisely if the government had not intervened. His controversial ideas are explained with detail and a level of understanding that is simply amazing. I felt genuinely uncomfortable as he approached…
 
Kevin Edwards is a bartender that lost his job about 30 days ago. Vance Crowe and Kevin discuss how society is changing because of Coronavirus, how the Las Vegas casinos will re-open, and the cascade of negative things that will happen as more hospitality. Vance Crowe on Twitter: @VanceCrowe This is the 42nd interview in the ongoing series of Coron…
 
National Geographic Explorer and population geneticist Spencer Wells is back. I respect him tremendously but I love interviewing him because I can't wrap my head around how big his predictions of doom and gloom are regarding Coronavirus. We talk about the economy, the mutations of the disease, and how society will change. National Geographic Explor…
 
Luke Mulch is an ICU nurse and a brown belt in Jiu Jitsu at BJJ Lifestyle Academy. Luke discusses caring for Coronavirus patients, the challenges with sedating people to go on ventilators, and if they have enough personal protective equipment. Luke is a tough guy, it is surprising that he is a nurse but he is a bad ass, that I would want caring for…
 
Coronavirus has prompted thousands of workers to walk off their jobs butchering hogs at a JBS plant. Chris Niemann- who we interviewed on episode 3 of Coronavirus perspectives was told today that his job driving hogs from farms to slaughter houses is done until further notice. During this interview Chris pleads with listeners to restart their lives…
 
Geoffrey West is a theoretical physicist and is a Distinguished Professor at the Santa Fe Institute. We talk about scaling and Geoffrey's research on emergence which led us to a fascinating discussion on how the Coronavirus will spread and how to help cities flourish in the mean time. Geoffrey's primary interests have been in fundamental questions …
 
Lacy Hunt Ph.D. is an internationally recognized trader in U.S. treasuries. He understands how the Federal Reserve creates and distributes money. He works at Hoisington Investment Management Company (HIMCo) and produces a newsletter read by commodities traders and large investors around the world. We discuss how the economy works in real terms. I l…
 
Chubbyemu is a medical doctor that makes YouTube videos that get millions of views in the US and in China. Vance Crowe talks with Bernard about how he built his career, China's reaction to Coronavirus and when he thinks we will return to more regular life. The Coronavirus Video that helped Chinese doctors explain what was happening in Wuhan in Janu…
 
Nick Cizek is a physicist that designed plans for batteries made of molten salt and capable of storing enough energy to power a city. Nick and Vance Crowe talk about international strategist Peter Zeihan's version of American Exceptionalism. Nick has a deep knowledge of how energy is stored and talks candidly about the precautions his family takes …
 
Dr. Kevin Folta, world renown horticulturalist and science communicator talks about why crops are not being harvested in Florida, why his farm is selling at farmers markets, and how to communicate with people you don't agree with on how to handle Coronavirus. Many conversations are happening on Twitter. Talk with Kevin and me on that platform: @Kev…
 
Thomas Evans was a hard working Uber driver that picked me up a few months ago. Now during Coronavirus he is having to make a decision about being able to pay his bills or be exposed to the virus. We talk about how the black community may have more fatalities, how to decide who to drive, and what he wants out of politicians Our conversation was fas…
 
Matt Stubblefield of Brush Creek Valley Farms raises cows, pigs and chickens in the Joel Salatin system, decentralized, local and personal. Stubblefield was growing his customer base when Coronavirus hit and now his business is exploding. He offers customers a chance to buy a subscription for a box of meat every month. To learn more about Brush Cre…
 
Lyle Benjamin recently quit farming and this was now small thing- he was the former President of the Montana Grain Growers Association. He is a reserve police officer, a statesman, and a modern day mountain man. We discuss dealing with adrenaline during a scary moment, the potential breakup of centralized governance, social mobs and a lot more. On …
 
"This is not only a financial downturn as big as the great depression... this not a pandemic as lethal as the flu pandemic... the only thing that rivals [Coronavirus] is the Black Plague, in the 17th Century" National Geographic Explorer in Residence and world renown population geneticist Spencer Wells joined Vance Crowe from his hideout in Indones…
 
Jesse Civello is a physical therapist in Saint Louis, Missouri. Coronavirus forced her business to pivot because she could no longer see patients in person. Now their business is up and running via tele-medicine. Jesse talks about what is different about virtual care for people in pain while doing every day activities. Jesse and my wife Ann Crowe o…
 
I have a Friday morning meeting with Sarah Bohnenkamp ever week. She is insightful, energetic and helps me push through the mental blocks that keep me from seeing opportunities. We recorded our conversation discussing how people are reacting to the chaos of Coronavirus and which people are adapting to thrive. We talk about handling the crisis, how …
 
Brian Rund is a farmer and ag chemical salesman that paradoxically lives in Indianapolis. We met after a little conflict on Twitter that prompted some far more interesting DM's. We went on to have an interesting discussion of his perception of Coronavirus on April 9, 2020. @wtfisameme @VanceCrowe This is the 27th interview in the ongoing series of …
 
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