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Sustainability Defined is the podcast that defines sustainability, one concept (and bad joke) at a time. Hosts Scott Breen and Jay Siegel explore a new topic each episode with the help of an expert in the field. Each concept falls into one of seven sectors -- Energy, Cities, Natural Environment, Transportation, Business, Policy, and Social -- and is visually represented in a Sustainability Tree found at www.sustainabilitydefined.com.
 
Join host David Fleming for a program dedicated to Arts and Entertainment in our region, as well as the people and places providing it. Interviews with authors, producers, visual artists and musicians, spotlighting a classic album or a brand new release. From musical legends and icons - to players at the local level, from Broadway tours to Community theater, from the Hollywood Bowl to the Redlands Bowl.
 
Dr. Diane Hamilton’s leadership radio show includes interviews with some of the most successful entrepreneurs, thought-leaders, authors, speakers, and other individuals who will inspire you to take the lead in your career and personal life.
 
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Hosts Jeremy Schwartz, Director of Research at WisdomTree and Wharton finance Professor Jeremy Siegel, author of Stocks for the Long Run, discuss the how and why of market performance with leading economists and market strategists to inform you what’s ahead for the economy and your portfolio. Jeremy Schwartz oversees research across the WisdomTree equity index family. Prior to joining WisdomTree, Jeremy was Professor Jeremy Siegel's head research assistant and helped with the research and wr ...
 
This Too Shall Last features author and therapist K.J. Ramsey (MA, LPC, NCC) and interview guests as they have frank, honest conversations about the hard things in our lives. Glimpse the sacred space of guests' real-life stories and how they are continuing to find grace in suffering—including ongoing mental health issues, trauma and abuse, addiction, chronic illness and chronic pain, grief, loss, and spiritual questioning. Listen in as KJ integrates theology with the field of interpersonal n ...
 
What is Magic? Why is Magic? Who is…Magic? Two Magicians Pod is hosted by Nick Paul, is a veteran performer with over twenty years of professional experience on stage and consulting for TV. Co-hosted by Robert Ramirez (Fool Us, In the Heights National Tour) He interviews world renowned entertainers from TV, Film and Stage to get their thoughts on existential questions about life, art, comedy, zen philosophy, magic, performing professionally and so much more.
 
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Winning negotiations can feel impossible, especially when you are going up against narcissists. They mess with your head. Many people think you might as not even bother to try. In this episode Rebecca share 6 sneaky psychological tricks that anyone can easily use, whether you are dealing with narcissists, or just anyone, regardless of whether it is…
 
Show from 1/14/22 How do you manage your portfolios? Interested in factor investing? Host Jeremy Schwartz talks to Harindra (Harin) de Silva of Analytic Investors about rotating factor investing, shorting, and the influence of the pandemic on investing. Harin says we should think of the world through factors, “you have to consider where we are in t…
 
Do you want to know how to stop an argument with a narcissist? Narcissists can be so hard to deal with. In this episode, Rebecca gives you ways to actually take control away from a narcissist by showing you what the narcissist's weak points are and how to respond to the narcissist. If you are so ready ethically manipulate the manipulator then tune …
 
Show from 1/7/21 Host Jeremy Schwartz talks to a well-known Fed watcher about rate hikes, pressure on wages, job growth, the 10 year and the shape of the yield curve. They discuss the long-term outlook and the possibility of a positive yield environment. Guest: Tim Duy – Professor of Economics at the University of Oregon and Chief US Economist for …
 
Show from 1/7/21 Wharton Finance Professor Jeremy Siegel kicks off the new year with his market projections. The professor discusses the 10 year bond breaking through its previous high and hitting 180, WTI touching 80, and the possibility of the fed slowing the inflation rate. Then Hosts Jeremy Schwartz and Jeremy Siegel bring on a Fed expert. They…
 
Happy new year and happy new developments of clean, renewable energy! Can offshore wind energy play a role in our global decarbonization efforts? Listen in as our hosts, Jay and Scott, take a deeper dive into current offshore wind energy market updates, global trends, and new project developments since our original episode in 2018. Prepare to have …
 
Tis the season of gift-giving, and what could be wrong about giving gifts and receiving them, right? If you are with a toxic person or have been noticing red flags that you are dealing with a narcissist, then a LOT could go wrong so you should beware of the narcissist gift giving. Rebecca Zung, narcissist negotiation expert, talks about the unusual…
 
Want to know about the Do's and Don't of Negotiating with Narcissists? In this episode I go over: - the 3 main types of narcissists - the basic definition of a narcissist - the basici definition of narcissistic supply - how each type of narcissist acts in divorce and in negotiations - the do's and don'ts of negotiating with narcissists THIS WEEK'S …
 
Show from 12/24/21 In this Behind the Markets holiday special, Host Jeremy Schwartz talks with cryptocurrency experts about the future of the market in 2022. In 2021 Tesla bought bitcoin and it kickstarted interest in crypto, but how will this asset class look going forward? VP of Research at The Block Larry Cermak says that stable coins are alread…
 
Whether you’re facing the glass ceiling, a toxic work environment, or anything in between, limit-breaking female founder Heather Monahan’s 3-Step BAK process will help you evaluate and eliminate any outside or self-defeating blockers between where you are now and where you deserve to be. If you’ve ever felt alone, down, defeated, or discouraged—thi…
 
Scaling a business can be challenging, but it means having the ability to grow without any hindrances to its progress. If you want to know how to overcome challenges so you can start scaling your business, this episode is for you. Dr. Diane Hamilton sits down with the Cofounder and CEO at Bolster, Matt Blumberg. Bolster is an on-demand executive ta…
 
Show from 12/17/21 Host Jeremy Schwartz talks to Jay Jacobs, an expert on disruptive growth technologies, about his new report Charting Disruption 2022 Thematic Outlook. They get into the fed’s influence on markets, reopening stocks, ecommerce, cloud computing, China, and more. Guest: Jay Jacobs – SVP, Head of Research & Strategy at Global X ETFs R…
 
Show from 12/17/21 Wharton Finance Professor Jeremy Siegel and Host Jeremy Schwartz talk to Former Vice Chair of the Federal Reserve Donald Kohn about inflation, the COVID-19 omicron variant, M2, inversion of the yield curve, and more. Professor Siegel notes the lagging labor force participation and its influence on inflation. Plus Donald gives his…
 
Have you heard of Metronomics? Well, if you are a business leader it might be something you want to know more about. Today’s guest is Shannon Byrne Susko, Founder and CEO of Metronome United. Shannon discusses the framework that has helped CEOs and entrepreneurs achieve success. With Dr. Diane Hamilton, she shares the secrets to help you win the bu…
 
Oftentimes, the most complex problems require simple solutions. You just need to take a strategic approach towards problem-solving. These and other valuable lessons are part of this episode as Dr. Diane Hamilton talks to one of the movers and shakers in the creation of the Xbox, Robbie Bach. Robbie takes a look back at 22 years of lessons at Micros…
 
Natasha Grano Graziano looks like she has it all - but she has been through the depths of hell and back. She has been a single mom and nearly even homeless. She absolutely understands how to master her mindset and how to harness the power of the law of attraction and abundance to get anything you want and she is sharing it all right here in this ep…
 
With opportunity comes risk, and you need to understand what risks your business is undertaking with new technology advancements. That’s why you need to learn how to make effective cybersecurity measures to safeguard your business. Dr. Diane Hamilton welcomes A-Jay Orr, author, veteran, and CEO of Simple Plan IT. A-Jay’s latest book, The Art of War…
 
Show from 12/10/21 Wharton Finance Professor Jeremy Siegel kicks off the show with inflation, interest rates, the fed, and equity markets. Then what is the future of handls? Host Jeremy Schwartz and Guest Host Rick Harper talk to the co-founders of HANDL Indexes, a company trying to respond to the income needs of investors and create a better alter…
 
The frontline CEO empowers people with information in the organization, expecting them to make decisions. Dr. Diane Hamilton's guest in this episode is Eric Strafel, the CEO and Founder of SUMMi7 and the Author of The Frontline CEO. Eric talks with Dr. Diane about how leaders need to lead by example. Intentional learning and active listening are es…
 
Many of us forget or neglect to look after ourselves, and this ends up having a negative impact on our mental wealth. How do you achieve and maintain mental wealth? We learn how in this episode as Dr. Diane Hamilton discusses the answers with renowned executive coach Mike Pagan. Mike talks about why the proper mindset, peer support, and curiosity a…
 
Necole McDonnell was swept off her feet by a successful and charming businessman. It was all a perfect love story until it turned very dark and she ended up in the hospital, poisoned and wondering why she could barely function. Listen to Necole riveting story of how she was married to a malignant narcissist and barely made it out alive. This grippi…
 
Many take for granted the convenience of placing orders online and receiving them at your doorstep right away. This is why running an Amazon business these days can bring you huge profitable opportunities. But most people are doing it wrong, and they end up selling their hours and exhausting every bit of resource. Dr. Diane Hamilton sits down with …
 
Show from 12/3/21 Wharton Finance Professor Jeremy Siegel starts the show with his weekly market update noting the strong employment report, the yield curve, the long bond, and more. Then, are you interested in alternative asset classes? In this episode of Behind the Markets Host Jeremy Schwartz and Guest Host Chris Gannatti talk to the author of “…
 
You need a thriving mindset if you want to get through disruption and adversity. When you have a fresh new idea, embrace it. Turn adversity into opportunity. Companies like Kodak resisted technological change because of their fear of innovation, and look where that led them. Embrace disruption with your host Dr. Diane Hamilton and her guest Gerry V…
 
Where did the year go? Join our hosts, Scott and Jay, as they review their favorite 2021 Sustainability Defined moments, interesting sustainability articles, personal updates, and sustainable gift ideas. Tis the season for our annual holiday hodge-podge episode. 2021 was no ordinary year with lots of changes for sustainable action and Sustainabilit…
 
There are two things a company, be it a startup or an established business, needs to survive and thrive. They need the vision to innovate and great leadership. In this episode, Dr. Diane Hamilton gets into a conversation with Stanford University Lecturer and Venture Capitalist Robert Siegel about the changes that are happening in the business world…
 
David Meltzer has dedicated his life to helping people shift their energies and become their most powerful selves. Listen into this episode to find out about how he: Shifted from going bankrupt in 2009 to taking his life and abundance back His theta meditation practice The three types of energies people live in The role that gratitude has played in…
 
The entire world is going through two pandemics: one is biological, and the other is occupational. A burnout epidemic hit most industries exponentially in the last couple of years. However, the drastic shift also accelerated the need to address these issues. Today’s guest is Jennifer Moss, an award-winning journalist, author, and international spea…
 
Emotional intelligence and empathy are two things we often forget in today’s fast-paced world, yet these remain important not just in our personal lives, but in our professional lives as well. In this episode, Dr. Dianne Hamilton talks to business strategist, industrial organizational psychologist and chief consulting officer Anika Wilson as she sh…
 
Unconscious bias is a problem for many organizations aiming to become more inclusive because it is unconscious, as the name suggests, and they're hard to pinpoint. People, including leaders, have their biases, which come out even when aiming for diversity, perhaps even more then. Today's guest is Sejal Thakkar, Chief Culture Officer at Nobody Studi…
 
Are you ready to transform your life? Or reprogram your mind? That's exactly what Craig Siegel teaches you how to do. During the pandemic, he had a total download to his own brain. He realized how much pain he was in himself and decided to do something about it. Using the concepts of neurolinguistic programming and other ways to totally reprogram y…
 
Technology is ever-changing and it's time that people use it for the sustainability of the planet. Brand new technologies have the power to impact supply chain problems, climate change, and even product innovation. Join your host, Dr. Diane Hamilton, as she talks to her guest Gwen Murphy on how people can achieve sustainability today. Gwen is the C…
 
Show from 11/19/21 Wharton Finance Professor Jeremy Siegel kicks off the show discussing the impact of the COVID surge in Europe, inflation, Fed tapering, and more. Then Host Jeremy Schwartz talks with a growth expert from Polen Capital about portfolio strategy. They discuss the importance of market valuation, evaluating the performance of individu…
 
Jay Abraham is a marketing legend who fundamentally understands people and negotiating. He has made more than 9 billion dollars for his clients and has mentored some of biggest titans in the world such as Tony Robbins and Stephen Covey. In this episode he shares his secrets on how YOU can get the most out of your life and out of the people around y…
 
Show from 11/12/21 Wharton Finance Professor Jeremy Siegel starts the show with his market update covering the latest inflation news, oil prices, wages, supply constraints and more. Then, how can you use data to make informed risk related decisions in the Fintech market? Host Jeremy Schwartz and Guest Host Ryan Krystopowicz discuss data analytics, …
 
Show from 10/29/21 Wharton Finance Professor Jeremy Siegel starts the show with his weekly market update. He discusses the 1.3% increase in the Employment Cost Index, inflation, labor costs, fed pricing and more. Then Host Jeremy Schwartz brings on an ETF expert from Valmark Advisers, Inc. They get into common mistakes made when building portfolios…
 
When you are dealing with a spouse who has an alcohol addiction, it can be the most scary situation when you have children. You don't want to leave your children alone with them, ever. That's where Soberlink comes in. In this episode, Chris Beck talks about how Soberlink has provided a way for families to heal by giving parents a way to have peace …
 
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