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Best Chris Chappell podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Chris Chappell podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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From the team that brought you the satirical TV news show China Uncensored comes a...well...less scripted look at China. Chris Chappell and his team are off the teleprompter and on the mic to interview China experts, or discuss the issues of the day. And frankly, anything else they feel like discussing.
 
Annie Madden and Professor Carla Treloar have dedicated much of their lives to working in taboo fields of research: blood borne viruses and drug users. These two brilliant minds bring a wealth of expertise, knowledge and insight to real world subjects in SpeakEasy, holding engaging conversations with very special guests each episode.
 
The Real Estate Syndication Show is a 7-day-a-week podcast where Whitney Sewell interviews the most successful entrepreneurs in the real estate syndication business. Joe Fairless, Vinney Chopra, and Michael Becker are some of the first to be interviewed. The show was created to help every active investor learn how the syndication business works, improve their business and help passive investors understand where to invest when wanting to diversify into real estate.
 
Talking TableTop is a weekly interview style podcast created for tabletop gamers. We talk with industry leaders to find out what makes them tick. Our goal is to celebrate this incredible community of people and offer an avenue for collaboration between ourselves, this community, and those pushing tabletop innovation.
 
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The Hong Kong protests are starting again, although social distancing laws are still in place. Authorities recently arrested close to 200 protesters, including a local official, who are continuing their protests against the encroachment of mainland China’s laws and influence. And we speak with Chris Chappell, host of China Uncensored, about how the…
 
No matter how many people doubt you or shoot your ideas down, if you bet on yourself and find others with aligning vision, you will succeed. No one knows this better than today’s guest, Eric Skeldon. Despite difficulty at school, Eric achieved great success in the corporate world with the help of a solid belief in himself and his faith and is now w…
 
On the show today, we welcome Paul Worcester of Worcester Investment and the founder of Simplifyy, a new platform for property management that makes the process that much easier and cheaper for multi-family investors! This system was developed in response to Paul's own frustrations with antiquated systems in the real estate business and what he see…
 
The sky over Beijing turned pitch black during a large thunderstorm, as the Chinese Communist Party began its largest annual political conference. Many netizens posted photos and videos of the phenomena, noting it was unusual, and many took it as a “bad omen” for the Chinese leadership. When the conference began, Xi Jinping and top officials around…
 
Groundbreaker is a software platform that helps real estate investment firms with automating workflows in fundraising, investor reporting and management. Today on the show we are joined by their founder, Jake Marmulstein! Jake gives us some great insight into the application, his intention behind it, and some of the ways it solves problems for inve…
 
Chinese authorities have mandated that all 11 million residents in Wuhan, China, get tested for the new coronavirus. Yet, residents are now questioning whether the tests are part of a money-making scheme by local authorities. Tests available in hospitals allegedly cost around a third of the tests being used by the government, testing sites have see…
 
Center Ryan Kelly and linebacker Anthony Walker both told the media this week they wish to resign with the Colts as they enter the final year of their contracts. Mike Chappell, Dave Griffiths and Joe Hopkins discuss players entering their contract year, plus we hear from head coach Frank Reich (8:37), offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni (35:17) and…
 
As real estate investing becomes increasingly competitive, it is more important than ever to find creative ways to stand out. To do this, you need to have the best team possible. Today’s guest, John Carney, has prioritized having an A team and has put a great deal of work into creating one. In this episode, John shares some of his tips on finding t…
 
Republican lawmakers have invoked the Global Magnitsky Act to call for sanctions against top Chinese officials on their handling of the new coronavirus. The letter was sent by Jim Banks, Dan Crenshaw, and Lance Gooden to Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. It calls out the officials not just for their handling of t…
 
There is no doubt that the times we find ourselves are extremely challenging, and while it’s easy to focus only on the obstacles, innovative thinking happens in moments of crisis. Using this period to slow down, reflect, and plan for the future is what will set the greats apart. Today's guest, Brian Dally, is doing just that. In this episode, Brian…
 
Today's Topic in Focus: Immune Function & Diet Innate and adaptive immune response How does body composition impact immune function? Will a calorie deficit or fasting decrease immunity? Vitamins A, C, D. Supplementation with zinc: yes or no? Eating “to support the immune system” Exercise and immunity Environmental factors in infancy Show Notes: htt…
 
An editorial in China’s state-run Global Times says China is “countermeasures ready” for a “prolonged ‘war’” with the United States. This is in context of pending investigations into the origins of the new coronavirus, sharp verbal conflicts, sanctions, trade wars, and factories leaving China. The Chinese regime views these as elements of an unconv…
 
In the syndication space, raising capital and branding gets spoken about a lot, and while they are hugely important parts of success, they often eclipse other equally crucial pieces of the business, like execution. After the deal has closed and you get handed the keys, then what? How do you execute everything to ensure that your deal is ultimately …
 
A scientific paper says the possibility that the new coronavirus leaked from a laboratory shouldn’t be written off. This was explained in a new study, authored by scientists from the Department of Zoology & Biodiversity Research Center at the University of British Columbia, the Fusion Genomics Corporation, and the Stanley Center for Psychiatric Res…
 
Drew Pavlou, an Australian student at the University of Queensland, is being threatened with expulsion for organizing protests in support of Hong Kong protesters and criticizing human rights abuses in Communist China, like the persecution of Tibetans and Uighur Muslims. Turns out the school has very close ties to China. And it reflects deep ties th…
 
As syndicators, we all want to attract high net worth investors, but landing these big fish isn’t always easy. Not only are they usually extremely busy individuals, but they likely have many others vying for their investment, so you have to ensure that you find a way to stand out. Today's guest, Dan Handford, is an expert in brand-building and is h…
 
We all know about a little bit about Search Engine Optimization (SEO), but how do you get your website in front of customers that are actively looking for your services? Today’s guest is Kris Reid, founder of Ardor SEO Services. He’s a software engineer from Brisbane Australia who built an online computer game and, like many online businesses, he s…
 
If you’re a military, public safety, or ‘blue-collar’ employee that’s eager to learn about Real Estate Investing, David Pere would like to show you how to improve your chances at financial freedom. After having success with Real Estate Investing (REI) himself, David started From Military to Millionaire to teach personal finance and REI to service m…
 
A second wave outbreak of the new coronavirus in China is now sweeping the county, and new lockdowns are being enforced in parts of Wuhan, Harbin, Heilongjiang, and elsewhere. In Wuhan’s Dongxihu district, where a residential community was recently locked down, videos emerged corroborating witness reports that metal plates are being used to seal en…
 
Prof. Sam McConkey is a doctor and researcher specializing in the prevention and control of infectious diseases. Currently he is Associate Professor and Head of the Department of International Health and Tropical Medicine at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. He is also a Consultant in General Medicine, Tropical Medicine and Infectious Disea…
 
Since its purchase by Microsoft, LinkedIn has become far more than a place to show your resume and provides a unique set of functionality compared with other social media platforms too. One of the ways it can be used is as a powerful tool to connect with high net worth investors and Yakov Smart joins us on the show today to tell us how. Yakov is an…
 
China has gained significant influence within the United Nations, and Chinese law dictates that they remain loyal to Beijing in their service. To learn more about this we speak with Alex Newmann, an award-winning international journalist, educator, author, and consultant. Newmann serves as the CEO of Liberty Sentinel Media and writes for diverse pu…
 
Today’s guest is Blake Templeton and his God-driven, three-dimensional investment strategy has proved so successful that even atheists choose to invest their money in him. Blake is the author of The Solomon Way and CEO of Boron Capital, an investment firm with a unique approach that is on track to have 100 million dollars under management in the ne…
 
The Intercept recently published a story titled “Under Cover of Mass Death, Andrew Cuomo Calls in the Billionaires to Build a High-Tech Dystopia.” The story outlines new government programs being created during the new coronavirus pandemic that include new forms of surveillance and new forms of technology for online schooling; and it captures a gro…
 
Starting a podcast can be very daunting. You may feel like you don’t have much to contribute because you’re not an expert or maybe are overwhelmed by the choices of equipment. If these mental blocks are holding you back, then it’s time to let them go and start your podcast. Today's guest, Travis Chappell, knows what it takes to build an incredibly …
 
Japan has teamed up with 400 companies to cut reliance on Chinese medical goods, African nations are criticizing China for discrimination against Africans, the United States is having a war of words with China over press freedom, and even Beijing officials are warning that once the pandemic ends China could be left out of the new global economic or…
 
When starting out in syndication, it is easy to get held back by limiting beliefs. This can either keep you out of the game entirely or keep you thinking small. Rather than succumbing to these mental roadblocks, it’s important to realize that if you take a few small steps in the right direction, they can set you up for great future success. Today's…
 
The coronavirus? Hong Kong? Uighur Muslim camps? What is the most dangerous issue facing the Chinese Communist Party? China researcher Ethan Gutmann joins us to talk about his life under quarantine, and incredible trek through Kazakstan, and how organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience in China might be the biggest threat to the Chinese regime…
 
While the sudden changes that real estate investors have seen thanks to COVID have presented challenges, investing in real estate right now is still a sound decision for many reasons. It was great to get Danny Randazzo back on the show again where we discuss business as usual for him, thanks to the fact that he knows what questions to ask when it c…
 
As aspiring or current syndicators, it is important to build your brand. This means putting yourself out there, on social media, and appearing on podcasts. However, it is important not to put the cart before the horse by going on podcasts before you are properly prepared. Our guest today, Adam Adams, is here to help us get the horseback in front of…
 
The syndication business, and real estate investing generally, tend to have a bias toward action. While the importance of acting fast and decisively cannot be understated, strategic planning often takes a backseat. Our guest today, Scott Lewis, takes a unique approach in his business, Spartan Investment Group (SIG), leveraging his military backgrou…
 
The world economy could be very different once the pandemic ends, and major shifts are already taking place. Japan has launched a $220 million subsidy program to move businesses out of China and into Southeast Asia, India is setting aside over 460,000 hectares of land and is looking to lure more than 1,000 US companies out of China, and other marke…
 
A huge component of achieving success in anything you undertake is your mindset. Without self-awareness and self-reflexivity, it is difficult to trust your instincts and know if what you’re pursuing aligns with who you are. Today’s guest, Sameer Sharma, joins us to share how he has applied principles from his physical practice to achieve a fuller l…
 
The Chinese regime has launched a new wave of disinformation, this time firing back against potential investigations into the origin of the virus by claiming the United States was warned, the CCP held off the virus, and by using hostile statements while also calling for civility. FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr published a Twitter thread debunking th…
 
Despite how fast the world of syndication is growing, there are still great technological gaps in the space. From communicating with investors to capital raising, operators often have numerous, disparate systems that can lead to bottlenecks at various stages of the syndication. These inefficiencies seriously hinder an operator's ability to scale. T…
 
A multimillion dollar Pentagon project is now under investigation for allegedly sending money to a lab in Wuhan, China. At the heart of the program is a New York-based company, EcoHealth Alliance, that has become caught in another controversial program shut down with the National Institute of Health, and was also working on coronavirus research pro…
 
As we’ve said time and again, mindset matters. Regardless of how good a business plan or niche you may have, if your thoughts are not supporting you, it will be hard to reach your desired level of success. This, however, is far easier said than done. Luckily, today’s guest, Dr. John Demartini, a world-renowned human behavior specialist, and researc…
 
Scientific data from China’s labs, published in western journals, shows evidence of a cover-up. We speak with Dr. Sean Lin, former lab director of the viral disease branch of Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, about his analysis of the scientific reports. Dr. Lin shows through analysis that the timing on research claimed by Chinese scientists …
 
It's easy to feel despondent when starting out in syndication. You may feel that without experience you have very little value to add, but this could not be further from the truth. Something in your skill set can add value, even if it’s as simple as being an insatiable learner. Our guest today, Chris Pomerleau, is here to share with us how you can …
 
Roy Taylor is Professor of Medicine and Metabolism at the University of Newcastle in the UK. There he is also director of the Newcastle Magnetic Resonance Centre. Prof. Taylor is an Honorary Consultant Physician at Newcastle Acute Hospitals NHS Trust. Since publishing his "twin cycle" hypothesis of type 2 diabetes in 2008, Prof. Taylor and colleagu…
 
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