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How to Start a Startup

Y Combinator and Stanford University: Sam Altman, Dustin Moskovitz, Paul Graham, Adora Cheung, Peter Thiel, Alex Schultz, Kevin Hale, Marc Andreessen, Ron Conway, Ben Silbermann, Alfred Lin, Patrick and John Collison, Aaron Levie, Reid Hoffman & more

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Sam Altman and the folks from Y Combinator offer up an amazing course in "How To Start A Startup" at Stanford. Course includes lectures from: Sam Altman, Dustin Moskovitz, Paul Graham, Adora Cheung, Peter Thiel, Alex Schultz, Kevin Hale, Marc Andreessen, Ron Conway, Ben Silbermann, Alfred Lin, Patrick and John Collison, Aaron Levie, Reid Hoffman, Keith Rabois, Ben Horowitz, Marissa Mayer, Hosian Rahman, Kirsty Nathoo, Carolynn Levy, and more
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ADHD Aha!

Understood.org, Laura Key

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Listen to people share candid stories about the moment it clicked that they, or someone they know, has ADHD. Host Laura Key, who’s had her own ADHD “aha” moment, chats with guests about common topics like ADHD and shame, mental health challenges, and more. Through heartfelt interviews, listeners learn about the unexpected, emotional, and even funny ways ADHD symptoms surface for kids and adults.
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Welcome to the Passive Income Through Multifamily Real Estate Podcast brought to you by Vertical Street Ventures, where we talk to top experts and seasoned passive investors in the business to help provide clarity and key insights to keep you safe on your journey to financial freedom. Our goal is to help you get educated on how to create passive income for you and your family by using real estate as your vehicle.
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Gut Talk

Sameer K. Berry, MD, and William D. Chey, MD

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Sameer K. Berry, MD, and William D. Chey, MD, host this podcast that provides busy clinicians with quick updates that directly affect their GI practices. Through interviews and candid conversations, they explore how health policy, social media, technology, nutrition, practice management and research impact the field of Gastroenterology. Most importantly, the show also features interviews with patients to add a unique perspective on the topics that matter.
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What is UX?

Pek Pongpaet

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The show dedicated to inspiring, educating, and motivating UX designers both new and seasoned. Guests share their UX journey, career, and industry experience.
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Dive into the world of Product Marketing in fast-growth SaaS startups with our Host Kristina Terziyska. Each episode gets into the trenches alongside those who were *actually* there when it happened, with seasoned experts who bring a fresh perspective into this field. Brought to you by EarlyNode.com.
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And The Writer Is...with Ross Golan

Big Deal Music // Mega House Music

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Every week, we sit down with an acclaimed and venerable songwriter to intimately discuss what happens behind closed doors in the music industry. There are millions of singers, thousands of artists, and only 40 top songs per genre at a time... this podcast is about the people who make them. Produced by Joe London & Ross Golan in association with Big Deal Music & Mega House Music. And The Writer Is... ™ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Unexpected Data is the first austrian Data and Data Science centered Podcasting Service. Unexpected Data helps individuals and organizations to embed AI ethics by design in their digital journey. Founded and hosted by Yudan Lin, our podcasts and services have been devoted to starting taboo-free discussions and give more awareness about Data and Data Science in our daily life. By creating unexpected and inspirational content, Unexpected Data supports you in understanding what it takes to live ...
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ADHD coach Jaye Lin is no stranger to ADHD burnout. As an Asian American former gifted kid with undiagnosed ADHD, her parents thought she was just being lazy and not applying herself. This pressure and shame followed until her 20s, when her anxiety peaked while she was working at a high-pressure job. Jaye’s therapist thought she was drug-seeking wh…
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Today’s guest is a small town boy turned songwriting superstar. Hailing from Strafford, Vermont, our guest spent his life surrounded by profoundly beautiful nature, and a quaint, tight-knit community. This environment served as a source of inspiration for his introspective lyrics and homey folk melodies. After years of honing his craft in this spac…
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In 2016, Paulette Perhach wrote a piece proclaiming that all women need an emergency fund — what she calls an “f-off fund.” But when she struggled to secure an emergency fund for herself, she suspected she might have ADHD. Paulette, a successful author and writing coach, put off the evaluation because she couldn’t afford the $260 price tag. In this…
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As a child, David Flink was told to “just try harder.” But David wasn’t lazy. He was trying as hard as he could. After being diagnosed with ADHD and dyslexia in the 5th grade, David went to a school that taught him to “try smarter” instead. There he learned to pick paths that work better for his brain. Today, David is an author, advocate, and speak…
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Peter Jones used to feel better about saying he had a hearing problem rather than considering ADHD. When he was a child in the 90s, adults thought his “listening problem” was because he couldn’t hear. Turns out, Peter does have some trouble hearing lower frequencies, but that didn’t explain his other symptoms. Now, Peter knows he has ADHD and is no…
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ADHD coach Emily Weinberg is no stranger to analysis paralysis. Before she was diagnosed, she thought she was just lazy, and that she couldn’t have ADHD since she wasn’t hyperactive. But whenever she was being “unproductive,” she was actually just frozen. She was stuck thinking about the list of things to do mounting in her head. When she first spo…
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Growing up, Carol Blumenstein was labeled an unteachable student. She was terrified to read during class, and school only brought huge anxiety. Luckily, her mom believed in her in a way teachers didn’t. She put Carol in community college courses and pushed her to turn her frustration into motivation. Carol didn’t know she had ADHD and dyslexia unti…
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Back when he was a criminal defense lawyer, Ernest Anemone related to one of his clients: An impulsive, irritable teenage boy who burned down the penalty box of a hockey rink. But what Ernie related to wasn’t just the ADHD behaviors. It was the teen’s feeling of having no control over his own life. Now, Ernie is an actor, filmmaker, and executive c…
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ADHD and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms can look similar in many ways. And together, they can morph into what guest Hannah Harris Green calls “a trauma ball of blame that’s hard to untangle.” Hannah is a podcast producer, journalist, and writer who works in public radio. She talked about ADHD and PTSD on KCRW’s Bodies podcast, which…
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Everyone with ADHD has trouble with executive function in some way — and these challenges can make the transition to adulthood especially hard. Today, we’re sharing an episode of the In It podcast called “Adulting and executive function skills.” Clinical neuropsychologist Dr. Karen Wilson shares common executive function challenges young adults fac…
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It’s the hair twirling that always gives it away. After silently coping for years, Livingston Steele can spot the signs of ADHD, and the anxiety it can cause. He’d been working here at Understood.org for about a year when he was officially diagnosed. Livingston talks about his perfectionism and what led him to get evaluated for ADHD. He also shares…
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Need organization and decluttering tips? Wendy Zanders has tips for days. She also has ADHD. We don’t usually associate strong organization skills with ADHD. And yet, Wendy is a decluttering coach with ADHD. She moved to the United States from Trinidad and Tobago at 14. At first, she struggled to keep up with her classes. But then she discovered he…
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In this podcast episode, Megan Riehl, PsyD, discusses symptoms and solutions in GI psychology, building educational tools for patients and physicians on GI psychology and more. • Intro :02 • Welcome to this episode of Gut Talk :23 • The interview/about Riehl :33 • Riehl on early influences on her career. :48 • Growing up, how did your family system…
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Before her ADHD diagnosis, accountant Sam Salmons felt “fixed, but still broken.” As a young adult, she spent years in therapy, treated her depression, and had a laundry list of coping skills. So, why couldn’t she stop her body from doing things — like interrupting — that her mind didn’t want to do? Sam saw herself as an “extroverted extrovert.” Sh…
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Parents and caregivers: if you have a child with ADHD, you’ve probably dealt with your share of behavior challenges at home. Just in time for the holidays, here we share an episode of Understood’s newest podcast, What Now? A Parent’s Guide to Tantrums and Meltdowns. Listen to psychologist (and dad) Dr. Andrew Kahn explain how to tell the difference…
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Executive Mananya Komorowski has been described as “brilliant but chaotic” and “unlike any other executive.” Mananya thought she was just quirky, until she found out she has ADHD. Over the last few years, Mananya has experienced a lot of loss. A number of her loved ones have died. To cope, she’d set her emotions aside and hyperfocus on work. Then h…
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ADHD doesn’t go away. Dr. Johnathan Flowers, who specializes in the philosophy of disability, got that message loud and clear when he hit a wall in grad school. Johnathan had been diagnosed with ADHD in grade school. As a child, he had a complex journey with ADHD medication and teachers who didn’t understand his behavior or how to support him. As a…
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Neal Bawa, otherwise known as the Mad Scientist of Multifamily, joins us today for a discussion about how he has used his data science background to make a memorable mark on the real estate industry. Neal’s insatiable curiosity, his persistence, and his drive to disrupt have led to him being in charge of a $1 billion multifamily portfolio with 700 …
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Welcome to another episode of Passive Income Through Multifamily Real Estate. Joining us in conversation today is Tom Laune, founder of Bulletproof Wealth. Tom kicks off our conversation by giving us an overview of how banks make money and why that is important, before he gives us a definition for another way to process your money: infinite banking…
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Actor Oliver Vaquer has a “noisy” ADHD brain. Growing up, he had a hard time paying attention to just about everything — and he’d lie to cover it up. His thoughts would all shout at him at once, and he felt pressured to blurt them out before he forgot them. As an adult, Oliver’s rushed, “staccato” speech spurred his doctor to give him an ADHD quest…
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Weathering the 2008 market crash is no mean feat, and some fared better than others. Talking to us today about the hurricane he faced when the recession began, and the lessons he learned from the process, is entrepreneur, author, real estate trainer, public speaker, and personal coach, Mike Morawski. Mike started his professional career as a pool c…
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Welcome to another episode of Passive Income through Multifamily Real Estate. During today’s conversation, our new host, Peter Pomeroy, speaks with Jenny Gou, managing partner at Vertical Street Ventures. Jenny has recently been named one of Bigger Pockets Wealth Magazine’s top 40 under 40, and during today’s conversation, she tells us how her humb…
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People with ADHD know what it’s like to be called lazy. Is that because they don’t seem “productive”? Who better to talk about this with than the creator of The Anti-Planner: How to Get Sh*t When You Don’t Feel Like It, Dani Donovan. Dani shares her ADHD “aha” moments and what drove her to create an activity book designed for procrastinators. Dani …
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Welcome back to part two of our conversation with Mike Morawski, a 30-year real estate investment veteran who has had control of over 285 million dollars in real estate transactions, entrepreneur, author, real estate trainer, public speaker, and personal coach. He has also served a 10-year prison term in a federal penitentiary. Join us today to hea…
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Today’s guest is Bruce Wuollet, the Founder and Owner of Bakerson LLC. Growing up in the bakery business in the Twin Cities in Minnesota, Bruce wanted to pay homage to his late father (hence the name, Bakerson). After trying his hands in a few different ventures in Minnesota, Chicago, and Phoenix, he finally found his niche in real estate. With a p…
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In this podcast episode, Kate Scarlata, MPH, RDN, discusses how to help patients avoid over restricting their diets, the use of digital therapeutic tools in dietetics and more. • Intro :02 • Welcome to this episode of Gut Talk :23 • The interview/about Scarlata :31 • Scarlata on her family and growing up in a family of nine children. 1:02 • Who was…
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Executive function comes up all the time in our interviews with people with ADHD. Why is that? Expert Dr. Karen Wilson joins Laura in this episode to explain. She defines executive function and talks about the types of skills under the executive function umbrella. Dr. Wilson also answers questions like: Does everyone with ADHD have executive functi…
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By now, most of us have heard about why coaching is so central to any sort of professional or personal progress. Here on the show today to drill down on this subject and share his amazing journey and philosophy toward growth is Nick Santonastasso, the author of Victim to Victor: How to Overcome the Victim Mentality to Live the Life You Love. Nick i…
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Dealing with things like depreciation, tax deductions, and cost segregation, can feel overwhelming and inaccessible as a first-time real estate investor, but it doesn’t need to be. Today on the show we chat with Erik Oliver, a Cost Segregation Expert and Regional Manager with Cost Segregation Authority, a company that specializes in Cost Segregatio…
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Today’s versatile songwriting superstar earned her stripes touring with her family band. Originally from New York, this writer spend most of her childhood on the road, playing instruments, singing and writing songs. After the family band split up, she moved to Nashville where she dove into the songwriting scene. It took many years of grinding throu…
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“The cup that is draining.” That’s how musician and content creator Weston Gardner describes ADHD’s effect on him. He’d spent his whole life feeling like he couldn’t do things that came so easily to everyone else. Weston was at his wit’s end. Getting diagnosed with ADHD (along with anxiety and panic disorder) has helped him be kinder to himself and…
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You’ve probably heard that the three most important things in real estate are location, location, location, but today’s guest believes that successful deals are more often about the people you invest with than anything else! Today, Peter Pomeroy speaks with architect and multifamily investor, Diana Lin, who focuses on acquisitions, strategic direct…
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Systems and technology are an important side of any real estate business, but this doesn't mean there is not an equally important human element to what we do. This is one of the messages that today's guest, Melanie McDaniel, underlines in this fascinating conversation. Melanie is the Founder of Freestyle Capital Group, a boutique private equity fir…
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Today’s guest is a songwriting legend who helped shape the sound of American pop music. Originally setting out to be a recording star, this guest became one of the most respected pop songwriters within the Brill Building complex of the ’60s. A struggling New Yorker, this writer’s fortunes changed considerably when he met his future wife and songwri…
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Max Willey, an expat living in Norway, often found himself overwhelmed by complex tasks as a kid. There were too many moving parts, and his brain was always racing too fast. A teacher thought he might have ADHD. But it wasn’t until adulthood that Max was diagnosed “by accident.” He was feeling depressed and was struggling with some relationships. W…
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Today’s guest is a multi-talented writer, producer, music publisher and executive! He grew up in an incredibly unique environment, being the son of the legendary founder of Casablanca Records, which brought the world Donna Summer, Village People, Parliament-Funkadelic and Kiss. This musical upbringing prompted him to work in virtually every sector …
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Welcome to another episode of Passive Income Through Multifamily Real Estate. Joining us in conversation today is Tom Laune, founder of Bulletproof Wealth. Tom kicks off our conversation by giving us an overview of how banks make money and why that is important, before he gives us a definition for another way to process your money: infinite banking…
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Joining us in conversation today is Adam Benton, Founder of Stellar Senior Living, a luxury retirement home with 4,000 beds and over 2,500 employees operating across nine US states. Tuning in, you’ll hear the origin story of Stellar Senior Living, including a breakdown of the lease model that facilitated their start. Discover the details of how the…
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Today’s guest wrote her first song when she was nine years old and quickly began honing her songwriting skills. After teaching herself guitar, this writer took to open mic nights and busking around West-Sussex, using the money to launch a YouTube channel. Over time, she began cultivating what is now one of the most dedicated fanbases in modern pop.…
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We’re excited to announce a special bonus interview with Alex Heiche, the CEO & Founder of our incredible supporters, Sound Royalties. Ross recently sat down with Alex to discuss the artist-friendly royalty funding services they provide. Read below to find out more about Sound Royalties and listen to this conversation on any platform you find your …
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Allison O’Keefe, a UX designer in Detroit, always felt she rubbed people the wrong way. Then, in her early teen years, one of her friends confirmed it when she called Allison “the annoying friend” behind her back. This made Allison more cautious in social situations, which often overwhelmed her. Worse, she also found herself accidentally “ghosting”…
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The world of real-estate investing is a wild ride and it takes a certain level of skill and experience to be able to face the challenges it presents. Today’s guest is a well-versed investor with a wealth of knowledge in both active and passive investment. Charles Carillo is a managing partner at Harborside Partners and the host of the Global Invest…
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Today’s guest is a bona fide hit-maker whose worked across all corners of the industry. Hailing from Memphis, Tennessee this songwriter got their start playing saxophone in church and with bands on Beale Street before being discovered by a talent manager. He soon signed a publishing deal and began his career as a successful songwriter and producer.…
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Do you currently find yourself wondering about whether or not to do a cost segregation study? Or have you heard of it, but are wanting more information about the process? Then today’s episode is for you. Our guest on the show today is Joseph Viery, a cost segregation professional and the founder of US Tax Advisors Group Incorporated (USTAGI). By le…
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Today’s guest is a grammy award winning producer, songwriter and musician who has worked with an impressive and eclectic group of stars. He spent 11 years under the wing of legendary producer Dr.Dre and produced songs for Eminem, Carrie Underwood, NF, Fiona Apple, 50 Cent, Keith Urban, Twenty-One Pilots, Ed Sheeran, Gary Clark Jr., Regina Spektor, …
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Lawyer Adam Sosnik was miserable in his job. Miserable when he couldn’t concentrate, which was often. Miserable because it was physically uncomfortable to focus on even a small thing, like writing a single sentence. The trouble was, he was being treated for anxiety and depression, but not ADHD. When he began working remotely during the COVID-19 pan…
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Today we host a fascinating conversation with Sief Khafagi, the Founder of Techvestor! After a successful career in tech and some time spent at Facebook, Sief took a leap into the unknown, resigning during the pandemic to spend more time with his young family. This led to him exploring the opportunity presented by the short-term rental space, and w…
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Today’s guest signed her first publishing deal at the astonishing age of 19 and has since become one of the most successful and sought-after songwriters in the music industry. She has hits with Kacey Musgraves, Maren Morris, Sheryl Crow, Miranda Lambert, Lady Gaga, Yola, Dierks Bentley, Rag'n'Bone Man, Lady A, Kelly Clarkson, Little Big Town, and L…
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In this podcast episode, Tamara Duker Freuman, MS, RD, CDN, discusses how the work of gastroenterologists and dieticians can inform each other, approaching GI conditions as new science emerges and more. • Intro :02 • Welcome to this episode of Gut Talk :23 • The interview/about Duker Freuman :30 • How did your childhood environment and early educat…
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