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Award-winning business advice from Silicon Valley and beyond. Iconic CEOs, from Nike to Netflix, Starbucks to Slack, share the strategies that helped them grow from startups into global brands — and to weather crisis when it strikes. Our two formats help tell the complete story of how a business grows, survives and thrives, and the mindsets of growth that keep leaders in the game. On each episode of our classic format, host Reid Hoffman — LinkedIn cofounder, Greylock partner and legendary Si ...
 
Meditative Story combines extraordinary human stories with meditation prompts embedded into the storylines — all surrounded by breathtaking music. Think of it as an alternative way into a mindfulness practice, through vivid stories and cinematic music and production values. Meditative Story is an original series produced by WaitWhat and supported by our members. Our community tells us that they listen to the same episodes over and over again, and according to data provided by Apple Podcasts, ...
 
That's Not Normal is a podcast about all those things that make you go "wait...what!?" Your host, Kate is just a "normal" wife and mother who spends her free time researching all things weird, scary, and cryptic. You're invited to this sick and twisted party, so buckle up! *Music Credit goes to Purple Planet.
 
The testosterone filled, self proclaimed alpha male, teams up with the rainbow glittering voice of sensibility, for a good ole train wreck. We take a good look at the silly obscure things in our lives that we take for granted and put our own unique spin on it. Its one of the shows that you realize when you're laughing...hey, i just learned something. Give us a like, a share, or subscribe to us youtube, itunes, google play and sound cloud. Wait...What?! Podcast. Enjoy!!
 
I am trying to set a realistic goal for myself, I would like to post 2-3 times per month! I am a full time student, this is my senior year of high school!! I am not able to put as much effort into the podcast, and I would rather have quality > quantity. I also have a blog which you can find on my linktree, with my social media! https://instabio.cc/21008v48tS9 Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/margaret-knecht/support
 
Kivvi, Lala, Joel, Joe and Atom, 20- and 30-something South Florida transplants (mostly) living in NYC, debating and discussing dating, situationships, and more. We share comparing our situations to our dating training we received in Miami. Lol you are in for a treat with this group we never have a shortage of random stories and predicaments that will have you rolling! Tune in and check out our latest craziest adventures and dating woes. To borrow from the great K. Hart laugh at and learn fr ...
 
It's the question of our times: How is technology impacting our humanity? "Should This Exist?" invites the creators of radical new technologies to set aside their business plan, and think through the human side: What is the invention’s greatest promise? And what could possibly go wrong? Show host Caterina Fake (Partner, Yes VC; Cofounder Flickr) is a celebrated tech pioneer and one of Silicon Valley’s most eloquent commentators on technology and the human condition. Joined by a roster of all ...
 
I'M GOING TO BE A DAD! WAIT...WHAT? No guy knows what to do with a baby on day 1. Or day 2. Or day 365. So you ask a friend that just had a baby for help. And he answers your questions. And then he answers questions you didn't even know to ask. And then you podcast about it. And then you both realize the answers were all wrong. Welcome to Dads In A Pod.
 
Creativity. It’s as mysterious and elusive to humans as love. We stalk it. We crave it. We try to bring it out in ourselves. Every creative work you’ve ever loved has a hero’s journey behind it. Whether it’s a book or a building. A movie, a mural, a musical. It starts with a spark. Then: Endless iteration. Inevitable setbacks. Magical people who appear to help. And the breakthrough idea — that takes on a life all its own. On Spark & Fire, for the first time ever, you’ll hear what was happeni ...
 
Welcome to Now What: The Podcast. We're two twenty-something year olds thrust into the realities of adulthood in New York City. As fellow twenty-somethings, we can relate to recent college graduates who are trying to navigate the real world. Cause college was a joke and now life is like wait.....what? Amiright? Tune in as we talk about everything from career advice, dating and general real life situations. Cause yo, life in 2018 is crazyyyyy! Don't worry guys, we're all in this together.
 
1 hour mixes from the best and biggest rising stars in EDM. New Episodes every Sunday at 8:30 PM EST; Stay tuned for new DJ's every week! ----------------------- With the weekly iEDM Radio podcast we seek to promote and support both emerging and established EDM around the globe. We bring you the best in House, Deep House, Progressive, Trance, Electro, Big Room, Dubstep, Trap and Drum & Bass. Want to be featured? Email: iEDMradio@iEDM.com ---------------------------------- iEDM Radio is broug ...
 
Conversations about curiosity in work and life. Broadcasting weekly on WERA-LP 96.7 FM, streaming at wera.fm Choose to be Curious is a show all about curiosity. We explore how curiosity contributes to everything from education and innovation to leadership and conflict resolution. S. Leonard Rubenstein, a writer and teacher, once described curiosity as “a willing, a proud, an eager confession of ignorance” – and that’s what I’m going for. We have a choice. Like eating well or exercise, we get ...
 
Crystal and J.R. are self-proclaimed Communication junkies. They love geeking out on the topic of communication. This podcast will cover all sorts of topics under communication, analyzing situations, sharing personal stories and examples, and giving out tips on how to improve your communication with the people around you. This is the best group therapy session you'll ever experience...you'll want to bring your friends along with you!
 
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I’m your host Kate and today’s tale tells the incredible survival story of a badass 14 year old girl. Elizabeth Shoaf was abducted by Vinson Filyaw in 2006, spent 10 days in an underground bunker with him, and was able to use her smarts to save herself. Thank you to my sources: https://www.eastbaytimes.com/2022/06/29/mom-drove-her-kids-to-prison-th…
 
The true seed of scale is customer love, which you can’t buy, hack, or game. Sam Altman, former president of Y Combinator, scaled countless start-ups by focusing on this one idea: Finding 100 users who love you is better than 1 million who kinda like you. As CEO of OpenAI, Sam leads the creation of genuinely useful AI products. He shares timeless i…
 
Moroccan-based DJ/producer, Choujaa, known for his groovy and progressive deep vibes exhibited in his latest collaborative release with Kira, "Overthinking Us". With more than five million on Spotify, he's released songs with many notable labels such as House Nation, Protocol Recordings, Sosumi, and Braslive. He's also received support from Nicky R…
 
I’m your host Katie, and today covers what in my opinion is one of the most credible alien encounter stories. This story will take us to the Ariel School in Ruwa, Zimbabwe where in 1994 over 60 students saw a craft and the beings inside of it. Thank you to my sources: ​​https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-10942499/Brazilian-woman-fell-love-r…
 
On his podcast and TV show Song Exploder, Hrishikesh Hirway digs deep into the creative process of legendary songwriters. But before Hrishi becomes a podcast creator, he's a working musician himself … who finds his ability to create being slowly drained away by self-doubt. He stumbles into a case of songwriter’s block that lasts him nearly seven ye…
 
When a tech nonprofit competes against a $2 billion incumbent dominating the market, its odds are slim. But Zo Orchingwa took that bet, founding Ameelio, believing that access to communication and education for the incarcerated is needed for their future success. Ameelio is on a quest to partner with every prison district in the country until one d…
 
The Filtrate: Joel Topf Nayan Arora Sophia Ambruso Swapnil Hiremath Josh Waitzman Special Guest: Natalie Bello Director of Hypertension Research at Cedars Sinai Editor: Nayan Arora Show Notes: NephJC summary of CHAP CHiPS TV show CHIPS study: Less-Tight versus Tight Control of Hypertension in Pregnancy Prevention, Diagnosis, and Management of Hyper…
 
An entrepreneurial enterprise that has people looking for clues, thinking outside the box and seeing sights through new eyes? Yes, please! Creator Erik Neighbour joins me to talk about his new app/game "Capital Clues." You may never look at Abe Lincoln's hands the same way again!Theme and other music by Sean Balick.…
 
I’m your host Kate and today covers two different terrifying murders by medicine. We’ll start with the 1982 Chicago Tylenol Murders and then get into to the 1986 Excedrin poisonings. I hope by the end of this episode you’re checking your tamper proof seals like your life depends on it, because it just might. Thank you to my sources: https://www.wav…
 
The first stage of building up a business is to break things down. Michael Dell started a computer company in his dorm room by cracking open some early IBM PCs and figuring out what he could do better, faster, and cheaper. Then he did the same thing to the entire model of computer sales. Learn from Dell how to revolutionize an industry — using deco…
 
Nick Szary, Philadelphia-based DJ/producer, is the mastermind behind Facade. Since being featured on Billboard twice for his Marshmello and Lil Uzi Vert remixes, Facade's sound has evolved into a carefully crafted persona that draws from his previous melodic bass roots into a forward-thinking blend of dance music and pop elements.Performing as a su…
 
While gasoline prices soar, solar company Sunrun is poised to usher in a customer-led revolution of distributed energy technologies. Sunrun’s CEO Mary Powell combats a “no and slow” culture to transform more homes into virtual energy plants by preaching optimism and scorning bureaucracy. She’s moving with urgency to create a cleaner and more cost-e…
 
By the time Sharon Salzberg is 16 years old, she knows the people around her don’t admit to suffering, much less talk about it. A year later, she makes a life-changing decision to travel alone to India to study meditation. It doesn’t all go as expected. Through the journey’s disappointments, discomforts, and surprise lessons, she finds an unexpecte…
 
I’m your host Kate and this is the 2nd part of the West Memphis Three case. Part one covered the heartbreaking murders of Stevie Branch, Chris Byers, and Michael Moore. Today will focus on those accused and convicted of the murders, teenagers Damien Echols, Jason Baldwin, and Jessie Misskelley. Thank you to my sources: https://www.twincities.com/20…
 
I’m your host Kate and today I’m covering a real heavy case, The West Memphis Three. This case covers the deaths of three young boys and the murder convictions of the three teenagers said to have been responsible. Part One is a real bummer (but it’s necessary to tell the whole story) and will focus on the disappearance and murders of Stevie Branch,…
 
Delivering human dignity to your customers is more than just good practice. It can be a powerful engine of scale. This insight has inspired Phaedra Ellis-Lamkins her whole career, as a labor leader, a music manager, and now as a fin-tech entrepreneur with Promise. Her secret? Take a contrarian lens to existing systems. Find a space where human dign…
 
For Reid Hoffman, the way to live a meaningful and productive life is to focus on one key area: friendships. Speaking at Vanderbilt University’s 2022 commencement, he shares four lessons on why friendships are crucial for helping us achieve our potential and enact meaningful change. Read a transcript of this episode: www.mastersofscale.com Subscrib…
 
Broadcaster Dan Harris shares a candid look at his attempts to connect more with his son, Alexander, on their first father-son trip. Each episode of Meditative Story combines the emotional pull of first-person storytelling with immersive music and gentle mindfulness prompts. Read the transcript for this story at: www.meditativestory.com Sign up for…
 
Most future of work conversations revolve around the “where,” but Upwork CEO Hayden Brown says it’s more important to focus on the “who.” 10% of the workforce at Upwork, the global tech platform for millions of freelance workers, was directly impacted by the Ukrainian war. Hayden’s people-focused approach to the difficult decision of how to manage …
 
Textile artist Andi Cullins considers herself the "Grandma Moses of quilts." Her lush and distinctive "2nd Life" quilts certainly support the premise. We explore the common threads connecting curiosity, her art, and Juneteenth. A joyful celebration of our collective and very human creative instincts.Theme music by Sean Balick. “Patched In” by Studi…
 
I’m your host Kate and if you Jersey Shore lovers out there haven’t heard the news yet, you might be in for a real treat. Debuting June 23rd on MTV is another very “Jersey Shore like” series titled “Buckhead Shore.” This show follows the summer antics of a group of friends on Lake Lanier. In my opinion, they didn’t choose a very good venue. Today’s…
 
How can a small business survive a David vs. Goliath competition? If two sets of stakeholders have opposing needs, how can a start-up pivot to keep them both happy? Reid Hoffman and Bob Safian answer these questions and more from small business owners in the Masters of Scale community. Plus: another round of Pivot Point! Sign up to join our next li…
 
Entrepreneurship is an essential tool for building a more equitable society — which is why Kathryn Finney is laser-focused on encouraging people who don’t fit the mold of the stereotypical founder to jump in. Her new book, “Build the Damn Thing,” taps into wisdom from her years at the venture studio Genius Guild and beyond. She brings a message to …
 
Gordana Biernat grows up in a household full of mayhem and darkness. But there’s one saving grace: her grandfather, who spins legendary stories of the quirky folkloric magic he sees all around them. In today’s Meditative Story, Gordana talks about reopening herself to the unseen and the “funny rushes of surprise” she encounters all around her when …
 
Today’s story is about Todd Kohlhepp, also known as the “Amazon Review Killer.” He’s a straight up trash can of a person, and his story takes us all the way from fine things like motorcycles and Amazon to really not fine things like murder and sexual assault. With that being said, I wanted to throw out a quick trigger warning that this episode does…
 
In just 6 years, Facebook grew to 2 billion users and 14,000 employees. How? Well, first, they hired COO Sheryl Sandberg. And she knew that to lead a fast-changing organization, you have to be as skilled at breaking plans as you are at making them. Great scale leaders know how to pivot, because every day there are new competitors, new threats, new …
 
"Corporations can be a force for good – and they can also be very successful," says Ken Chenault, chair of investment firm General Catalyst and former longtime CEO of American Express. During the past year, Ken has been an outspoken advocate for business leaders to actively engage in societal matters. After George Floyd’s death, he and Merck CEO Ke…
 
Growing up on his father’s ranch in Elko, Nevada, Waddie Mitchell watches the cowboys around him with awe, silently absorbing their stories and manners – how to shoe a horse, start a colt, lead a crew and tell a tale. Through the buckaroos he learns that adventure and freedom aren’t things to seek elsewhere – that embedded in the raw materials of h…
 
Choose to be Curious intern Reed Weiler takes the helm, inspired by his own pandemic-era journey of reflection and spiritual insight. What might be possible if those efforts were made at scale? How is social justice advanced by our being spiritually curious? Reed turned to American University chaplain Rev. Bryant Oskvig to explore those questions a…
 
A diverse network of collaborators is key when making scale leaps. Moderna CEO Stéphane Bancel has cultivated a wide network of scientists, business leaders, and government officials across his career. When COVID-19 struck, Bancel called upon this nexus of experts to aid the warp-speed development of the mRNA-based vaccine in the race to save milli…
 
Today is all about a lady I’m sure you’ve heard of, Lizzie Borden. The ever popular jump roping song got things a little twisted, so today is all about what actually transpired on that day in 1892 and the trial that followed. (Spoiler alert: no one was whacked 40 times and the woman Lizzie possibly killed, Lizzie was acquitted, wasn’t actually her …
 
Today, Dallas Taylor is a creative director and creator of the beloved podcast Twenty Thousand Hertz. But before this, he had another life – one that brought immense pressure. He shares the story of how he comes to realize that feeling the weight of anxiety and fear doesn’t mean he’s broken. It means he’s human. Listen to Dallas Taylor's podcast, T…
 
It’s easy to have a grand idea; putting that plan into action is not. Victoria Yampolsky conceived of a global concert in support of Ukraine. Without any experience in entertainment or international aid, she shares how she didn’t accept “no” for an answer in her quest to book big-name guests like Pink Floyd and negotiate a streaming deal — to pursu…
 
In Mercer County, West Virginia stands an amusement park that has been reclaimed by nature. This place has quite the story. Some murders, horrific tragedies, and the hauntings that follow. This tale's got it all. Thank you to my sources: https://www.anamericanfamilyhistory.com/Clay%20Family/ClayMitchell%201736.html https://familypedia.fandom.com/wi…
 
If you're launching a moonshot, success depends on how you manage the trajectory of risk. When Stéphane Bancel became Moderna's first CEO, the biotech start-up was chasing a way-out idea many experts thought was impossible. Stéphane built a culture of calculated risk-taking to create a platform for extraordinary leaps — one that enabled life-saving…
 
Writer Isha Sesay is happiest when she is caring for others; it’s a lesson she learns from her mother while growing up in Sierra Leone. But as an adult, there’s another lesson her mother teaches her, in quite another way: that even the most caring and giving among us must learn to receive help too. It’s through both giving and receiving that we bec…
 
With the workplace in historic flux, consulting firm PwC is committing a whopping $2.4 billion to create an employee engagement platform offering a radically new level of choice. PwC’s U.S. chair, Tim Ryan, shares why the bold initiative is necessary in the face of the Great Resignation. It's just one of several evolving crises, Ryan says, that has…
 
Entrepreneur and former ad exec Michael Tennant founded Curiosity Lab to "spread curiosity, inclusivity, and empathy through storytelling experiences." One way to do that is with his "Actually Curious" playing cards, his attempt to gamify empathy and community. I think he's on to something...Theme music by Sean Balick; "Up, Up, Up and Over" by the …
 
This is the second episode in a two part series about the bizarre condition of Folie à Deux (a shared psychosis.) In this tragic tale, two identical twins with no history of criminal activity or mental illness suddenly begin to act very erratically. Their behavior eventually leads them to be struck by cars on England's M6 motorway and they miraculo…
 
Massive change isn’t something you can brute-force — you need to ignite buy-in, again and again, up and down your organization. Because even if your changes will make things more fun, more interesting, and more profitable, you’re going to face defiance and inertia until you clue everyone in. That’s what Bill Ford learned while working to remake For…
 
The Filtrate: Joel Topf Nayan Arora Sophia Ambruso Swapnil Hiremath Special Guest: Jade Teakall Jeff Perl, Great Twitter handle, PD_Perls Editor: Joel Topf Show Notes: ISPD 2022 Peritonitis Guidelines NephJC Discussion Dimitrios Oreopoulos obituary in JASN. Peritoneal Dialysis International: Journal of the International Society for Peritoneal Dialy…
 
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