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Best Neil Pearlman podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Neil Pearlman podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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The Standard Deviations podcast is a weekly production that looks at money, mind and meaning, all through a psychological lens. Each week, psychologist and New York Times bestselling author Dr. Daniel Crosby interviews a fascinating new guest, experts in everything from finance to literature to wellness. Each guest provides listeners with three concrete ways to apply what was learned that week, ensuring that weekly listening becomes part of a path to a richer life. Episodes are brief, resear ...
 
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Phil Pearlman is the Chief Community Officer at Stocktwits, the world’s largest community of investors and traders. Phil previously worked as the Director of Marketing at Bank OZK and as the Interactive Editor at Yahoo Finance. On his blog Eight Fat Swine, Phil looks at questions about behavior and irrationality and seeks out solutions that foster …
 
Larry Swedroe is the Chief Research Officer at Buckingham Strategic Wealth. He is a pioneer within evidence-based investing that focuses on a scientific approach to investment. He is the author of seven books, including The Only Guide to a Winning Investment Strategy You’ll Ever Need, and the co-author of eight other investment books. At Buckingham…
 
Tune in to hear:- Ways investors can confront their fear of loss aversion when this fear holds them back- How financial professionals can have meaningful conversations with their clients about times of great market uncertainty and volatility, like what we are seeing as a result of coronavirus- Is there a such thing as too much communication with cl…
 
Campylobacter jejuni is a major cause of diarrheal disease in humans. However, C. jejuni is also naturally found in chickens and doesn’t cause them any problems, so people frequently get sick from eating undercooked chicken. Dr. David Hendrixson is a Professor of Microbiology at the UT Southwestern Medical Center. Dr. Hendrixson studies C. jejuni a…
 
Iván is a graduate of the College of the Holy Cross with a bachelor’s degree in political science and Spanish literature and brings a unique blend of analytical and holistic thinking to each of his clients. Iván’s expertise is in asset protection, wealth accumulation and wealth distribution strategies. His vast knowledge and rich experience in the …
 
Ashvin Chheda, President & Managing Director at Opes One Advisors, was born in Ibadan, Nigeria. Moving to the UK, Ashvin earned a Bachelors of Engineering in Electrical Engineering from the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Tech, and subsequently moved to the US to complete a Master’s of Science at the University of Michigan. While …
 
Justin Castelli is a financial advisor and the founder of RLS Wealth Management. RLSWM was founded in 2015 with the belief that independent, unbiased financial planning and investment management should be available to everyone looking for it. In addition to working with clients regardless of their asset level or income, Justin runs the financial pl…
 
Dr. Joy Lere is a psychologist with a practice focused on the merger of money and mindset. She has worked internationally with driven, achievement-oriented professionals who are motivated to reach the next level in their careers and finances.Tune in to hear:- What is “an existential boundary experience?”- How we can hold on to, and harness, the cla…
 
Kyle specializes in connecting the dots between the future of technology and finance, building strategic relationships and connecting people. He’s currently working with SS&C Advent and is focused on shaping the Black Diamond Wealth Platform for large financial service firms. Kyle lives in Georgia with his wife and 4 children and he’s passionate ab…
 
Lisa Brenneman is the Behavioral Finance and Strategic Innovation leader at TD Wealth. She created the TD Wealth Personality Assessment Tool using the Five Factor Model of Personality, enabling clients and advisors to identify their financial and investing blind spots.Tune in to hear:- What are the “Big 5” measures of personality?- What lessons can…
 
Our eyes are one of the most sensitive areas on our bodies, and they are constantly bathed in microbes, and yet we rarely get eye infections. However, certain microbes can take advantage of minor injuries to the eye and cause very serious infections that can lead to blindness. Dr. Eric Pearlman is a Professor of Ophthalmology at the University of C…
 
Cheese is delicious, and also the product of a complex mixture of microbes. Different communities of microbes produce the wide variety of cheeses made around the world. Dr. Rachel Dutton is an Assistant Professor at the University of California San Diego who studies cheese microbiomes. Dr. Dutton talks about how cheese is made, how the cheese micro…
 
Jack Forehand is a partner at Validea Capital and is responsible for the firm's overall operations and portfolio management. Working in conjunction with founder John Reese, Jack led the development and optimization of Validea Capital's quantitative investment models. He is also the co-author of The Guru Investor: How to Beat the Market Using Histor…
 
Paul Hebert is the Vice President of Individual Performance Strategy at Creative Group, and is widely considered an expert on motivation and incentives focused on influencing behaviors that drive business results through employees, channel partners and consumers. Using tested behavioral economic and motivational ideas he has driven engagement progr…
 
Bio: Dennis Moseley Williams is an entrepreneur, founder of DMW Strategic Consulting and author of ‘Serious Shift: How Experience Staging Can Save Your Practice.’ He’s also a certified expert of the Experience Economy (Pine and Gilmore). He lives with his wife Sherri, two daughters and a yellow lab. He loves spending his winters skiing as much as p…
 
Candida albicans is the most common cause of fungal disease in the United States. C. albicans can cause serious and often fatal systemic infections, especially in hospitalized patients with underlying conditions. Dr. Cornelius Clancy is an Associate Professor at the University of Pittsburgh and the Director of the XDR Pathogen Lab. Dr. Clancy talks…
 
Emily Binder is an entrepreneur, speaker, and founder of Beetle Moment Marketing. She focuses on AI and voice assistants, branded audio content, and digital strategy.Tune in to hear:- if synchronicity can be cultivated or if it is just random- why people often dislike their own voice- why voice is more compelling than text or visuals- what ingredie…
 
President and CEO of YCharts, a Chicago-based, cloud provider of financial data and analysis/visualization tools. They help enable smarter investment decisions via providing robust data, intuitive tools and outstanding customer support. Sean received his MBA in Finance and Entrepreneurship from Stanford’s Graduate School of Business and he graduate…
 
Gregory Zuckerman is a Special Writer at The Wall Street Journal. He writes about big financial trades, hedge funds, private-equity firms and other investing and business topics. In the past, Greg wrote the "Heard on the Street" column and covered the credit markets for the paper. Greg is the author of "The Frackers: The Outrageous Inside Story of …
 
Coach Dana Cavalea is the former Director of Strength & Conditioning and Performance for the New York Yankees. He led the team to a World Championship in 2009. He is also the author of his new book, ‘Habits of a Champion, Nobody Becomes a Champion By Accident.’Tune in to hear:- why influence is a cornerstone of performance- how to hate losing while…
 
Lyme Disease is the most common vector-borne disease in the United States. The bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi is transmitted to humans through the bite of a deer tick, and can lead to the debilitating disease that most commonly is associated with arthritis, but can also cause heart and neurological problems. Dr. Tim Sellati is the Chief Scientific …
 
Some bacteria have the amazing ability to orient themselves using the earth’s magnetic field, due to the presence of an intracellular organelle called the magnetosome, which are estimated to have evolved 3 billion years ago. Dr. Arash Komeili is a Professor at the University of California Berkeley who studies bacterial magnetosomes. Dr. Komeili tal…
 
Tuberculosis (TB) remains one of the most prevalent infectious diseases in the world, with approximately 10 million people becoming sick and 1.5 million people dying every year from Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection. Dr. William Jacobs is a Professor at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and member of the National Academy of Sciences who st…
 
What happens when a bacterium gets old? Continuous culture of bacteria without any added nutrients can reveal the dynamics of “old” bacteria. Dr. Steve Finkel is a Professor at University of Southern California who studies what happens beyond “stationary phase” in bacterial cultures. Finkel studies the Growth Advantage in Stationary Phase (GASP) ph…
 
Despite comprising half of the population, women are underrepresented as scientific professionals. The reasons for underrepresentation are multi-factorial. Dr. Joan Bennett is a Professor at Rutgers University who studies fungi; she is a past president of the American Society of Microbiology, and a member of the National Academy of Sciences. Throug…
 
Genomics-based technologies have revolutionized science. From microarrays to next-generation sequencing, genomics technologies are having a tremendous positive impact on all aspects of human health. Dr. Joe DeRisi is a professor at the University of California San Francisco and co-president of the Chan Zuckerberg Biohub. DeRisi has been at the fore…
 
Jim leads the Retirement Income Specialist, DI and Life Wholesale Team at Guardian and has more than 25 years of financial sales experience. Prior to joining Guardian in 2008, Jim was Vice President and National Sales Director for the Independent Division of PLANCO, representing Hartford Investments. During his tenure at PLANCO, Jim consistently ra…
 
One reason is because the overwhelming bacterial members of the microbiome keep the fungi in check. Dr. Mahmoud Ghannoum is a professor at Case Western University and the director of the Center for Medical Mycology, who studies fungal pathogens, such as Candida, Aspergillus, and Cryptococcus. Ghannoum talks about how changes in the bacterial microb…
 
Corey Phillips is a successful financial advisor with the Bulfinch Group in Boston as well as a co-owner of a retail liquor-store, community advocate that sits on the Board of four different non-profits, a youth sports coach, and a dad of one and one-on-the-way, we ask Corey Phillips, how do you do it all? Corey explores how to manage the illusive …
 
The presence of bacterial toxins in a remote coral reef got Stanley Maloy thinking about the evolution of pathogens, and where “emerging diseases” come from. Dr. Stanley Maloy is a professor at San Diego State University who studies Salmonella, which causes gastrointestinal illness as well as more systemic disease in various hosts. He is the associ…
 
Brett McKay - The Art of Manliness Brett McKay is an attorney and the founder of The Art of Manliness, the largest men's interest magazine on the web. He drops by Standard Deviations this week to shatter one-dimensional notions of masculinity and tell us what's going right with men and boys. Tune in to hear: - How Brett started this runaway success…
 
Nichole is wealth management advisor with Westpac Wealth Partners who has 13 years of industry experience. She joins Dr. Crosby this week to discuss the good, bad and ugly of taking on personal debt. Listen in to learn: How certain types of debt can actually be goodWhat she thinks can be done about the student debt crisisWhy you might not be able t…
 
Bacteriophages (“phages”), or bacterial viruses, are the most abundant biological entity on the planet, and the microbial world is shaped by these predators and parasites. The ability of bacteriophages to specifically target and kill their prey is being explored as an alternate therapy to antibiotics against various bacterial diseases. Dr. Graham H…
 
Jim O'Shaughnessy is the founder of O'Shaughnessy Asset Management and the author of "What Works on Wall Street", one of the most influential investing books of all time. He joins me this week to discuss: - How we can overcome the "illusion of uniqueness" and understand that we are just as prone to bias as the next person -Whether or not he in fact…
 
Andrew Guyton is a financial advisor with seven years of experience who joins us today to talk about the pros and perils of family business. In specific, we discuss: What he and his father do to make financial planning fun and engagingHow he maintains a personal identity within a family businessWhat his father required him to do to prove himself be…
 
Frequent urges to go “number one” can be the symptom of a urinary tract infection (UTI), one of the most common types of bacterial infections in humans. Usually the treatment of UTIs is quick and effective, but sometimes the organisms causing the infection can get into the kidneys and cause serious and even fatal disease. Dr. Harry Mobley is a prof…
 
Laurie Ruettimann is an HR consultant, keynote speaker, entrepreneur, and now, the proud owner of a pretty sweet book deal. In this candid interview she speaks to the ins and outs of something that 80% of Americans hope to accomplish: writing a book. Specifically, we discuss: - Why writing a book is a goal for so many people -How to know if you hav…
 
Kathleen Burns Kingsbury is on a mission to break money silence and shatter taboos around finance. She joins us this week to discuss:- Why we are more comfortable talking about sex, politics and religion than money-How to talk to children about money in a manner that's meaningful to them-The pros and cons of financial literacyJoin us for this fasci…
 
Summer brings warm beach weather, and with it come gruesome news reports of “flesh eating disease” that people catch from the ocean. Vibrio vulnificus is a marine bacterium that prefers warmer seawater, and it can infect wounds and cause necrotizing fasciitis, also known as “flesh eating disease”, that can rapidly turn into a fatal infection. Dr. K…
 
Marty Nachemson is a partner at Prosperian Wealth Management where he specializes in holistic financial planning. Today, he joins us to discuss how he stays adaptable in a business world that's always changing. We touch on:- How "adaptability quotient" or AQ, differs from IQ and EQ- Is the world really changing faster than ever?- Harvard's take on …
 
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