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Best Susie Chang podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Susie Chang podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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"The Exchange" on CNBC is a one-stop shop for the day's top business stories, along with breaking news and the must-see market movers heading into the back half of the trading day. This newsroom-based program also features lots of original reporting, in-depth conversations and showcases CNBC's award-winning investigative work. "The Exchange" has all that plus "Rapid Fire," our innovative, reporter driven roundtable – which is a discussion of some of the day's most interesting, unusual and at ...
 
The award winning Brain Candy Podcast is Candy for Your Left Brain and Your Right Brain. Hosts Sarah Rice and Susie Meister from MTV's The Challenge discuss what gets their wheels turning in the worlds of pop culture, literature, science, and psychology. They will share their favorite insights on everything from reality TV to quantum physics. So enjoy some candy for your noggin with the Brain Candy Podcast.
 
I've always been curious about why we do what we do, why we feel the way we feel, why we are who we are. Why some people SHINE brightly and others dull their sparkle. Why we judge. Why we admire. Why we SEEK. Why we gossip. How we connect. Why we hold ourselves back. How we set ourselves free. I wanted to start the SHINE & SEEK podcast so I could talk about what I think about. So I could share the journey I'm on to hide less and shine more. So I could grow and seek out in the open. To me, th ...
 
Ready for a mix between a kick in the pants & a chat with your best friend. Meet Angie. Your silly, energizing & wicked smaht business bestie. You know that girlfriend you can always call to give you the real deal, make you laugh and motivate the heck out of you? That's Angie. Her superpower? Helping you make friends with fear & make money doing what you love. A college & corporate dropout, Angie shows women how to find their purpose & make the rules for their life. What began as a little bl ...
 
Interested in staying safe online or a cyber security professional? Leading cyber security consultant and advisor, Beverley Roche talks to global experts, academics and researchers to provide insights on the issues impacting the cyber security profession and our connected life. If you're interested in updates on current professional practice or protecting your online experience against criminal or unauthorised access, this podcast will help you with tips to protect your online identity and data.
 
Jump-start your use of the Cisco Learning Network's dynamic features and vibrant community offerings. Here you will find technical information and professional networking opportunities, which will help advance your certification goals. By joining the Cisco Learning Network you will be a part of the community, prepare for success, interact with professionals, mentor, share, and achieve.
 
In-Depth and Candid Interviews With Former Pageant Contestants, Titleholders and Women of Influence by 3-Time Emmy winning TV Host, Producer, Pageant Host and Author of "Host Your Own TV Show," Tim Tialdo. Website: http://www.LifeAfterTheCrown.com Follow Us On Social Media Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/timtialdofanpage/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/timtialdo/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TimTialdo Get Your Life After The Crown Starter Guide here: TimTialdo.com/StarterGuide
 
Driven By Curiosity is the go-to podcast empowering you to step outside your comfort zone and create an extraordinary life. This is for the fearless small-town girls, big dreamers and ambitious women who want to live their own version of a freedom lifestyle starting TODAY - no matter if that means traveling the world, starting their own business or studying abroad. Laura Langheinrich is a 21-year-old German small-town girl, YouTuber and life coach living and studying abroad in Scotland.
 
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Today we discuss the Jeffrey Epstein docu-series, and Sarah reveals why she decided to watch it. We discuss how trauma can change the course of your life. Sarah talks about another scandal in her building involving a "Karen" & a mystery dog-pooper, & they are taking the side of the alleged Karen. Plus, Sarah looks at the science of what makes a hap…
 
Stocks staging yet another rally today, one strategist tells us why small caps are the next big thing. And Franklin Raines, former Fannie Mae CEO and the first African American CEO of a Fortune 500 company, weighs in on what corporate America needs to do to help heal the country during this time of social unrest. Plus, the CEO of Silicon Valley Ban…
 
With stocks shrugging off ongoing civil unrest in America on top of coronavirus concerns, we take a look at why the markets don’t seem to care and what you should do with your money. And a former retail CEO weighs in on why he’s staying positive on the sector, while also anticipating big corporate changes thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. Plus, Face…
 
She has also been featured in Cosmo, Shape, Maxim and Vogue magazines. She graduated in 2011 from Boston University with a Bachelor of Science in Heath Sciences. This past August she got engaged to her now Fiancé Jay Hector. Excited to welcome Miss USA 210, Olivia Jordan to the Podcast!By Olivia Jordan
 
The market adding civil unrest to the wall of worry, which already includes the showdown with China and the Coronavirus Pandemic. Are investors walking into a trap? We’ll take a closer look. Plus…what NASA and SpaceX’s historic launch means for the future of American spaceflight, SpaceX, and Tesla, as Elon Musk’s reputation keeps growing. And, why …
 
Today we learn why some people might be hiding their love for self-help books, but Sarah has an alternate explanation. We celebrate a man who started a YouTube channel to help people who don't have a dad. Sarah shares the details about a possible parallel universe where we live in reverse? We debate whether we'd eat at a restaurant with mannequins.…
 
Security 101 tips for reviewing Office 365 infrastructure, details of a Spear phishing attack that owned an organisations infrastructure and important tips about keeping an eye on your logs and monitoring. During COVID19, data is moving about everywhere, with organisations rushing to move people to work from home and playing security catchup. Bever…
 
Stocks had a nice run this month but just as the markets are finding their footing, investors have to deal with a new worry, China. We look at what’s at stake for your money. Plus, the war of words between the White House and Twitter heating up, the stock is down again, is Jack Dorsey going to regret policing political speech? We have the latest. A…
 
National Economic Council Director, Larry Kudlow, sounds off on U.S.-China tensions, the state of reopening, jobless claims, paying companies to come home, and paying workers bonuses to get back to work. Plus, the man behind the idea of back-to-work bonuses…Senator Rob Portman joins us with a closer look at how his plan would incentivize the unempl…
 
Today we find out why Sarah is obsessed with rap with "family values," & how it informs her performances. We hear the psychological benefits of karaoke. Susie talks about a study that examined the difference between Mother's Day & Father's Day cards, & what it tells us about societal norms. We discuss a Scandinavian hobby of getting drunk alone at …
 
Back by popular demand! Fortune's Wheelhouse brings you part 1 of a readings episode that illustrates how the correspondences are applied in real time when reading a card. Esoteric tarot reading is both an art and a science, in which the correspondences form a support for the intuitive oracular moment. We put out a call for questions from Fortune's…
 
Another rally on Wall Street and two strategists both say there’s more room to run…where they’re finding opportunities. The CEO of AbCellera joins to discuss the company’s partnership with Eli Lilly in the race for a COVID-19 antibody drug. And two policy strategists weigh in one of the biggest and most underappreciated risks for the market right n…
 
This week, I'm excited to welcome Dr Alberto Villoldo back to the show. He is a psychologist and medical anthropologist who has studied the shamanistic healing practices of the Amazon and Andes for over 30 years. He's the founder of The Four Winds Society, an organization dedicated to bridging ancient shamanistic traditions with modern medicine and…
 
As stocks stage a major rally on vaccine hopes, two strategists reveal where they’re hunting for yield—including an under the radar play. Plus, one economist explains why he thinks a V-shaped recovery could still happen. And HBO Max, the most expensive streaming service to hit the market, launches tomorrow…the man behind it joins to talk timing, co…
 
We discuss some drama going on at Sarah's apartment. We find out about the Jenny Jones murder, & debate whether tv producers should be held accountable. Susie talks about the famous drag queen Divine, & reveals why the man who portrayed her felt stifled by the persona. Hear about a man who climbed aboard a wine truck, & took a big sip. Susie thinks…
 
Protests erupting in Hong Kong after China’s government proposed a new security law aimed at bringing Hong Kong under full Chinese control. We look at the fallout for the markets, and the complicated position it puts the U.S. in. Plus, there’s one part of the market that is outperforming all three major averages and every other sector. We’ll break …
 
Existing home sales in April dropping to the lowest point in nearly 10 years as the market got a one-two punch from inventories and prices. So did we hit a bottom in April? And how quickly can the housing market recover? We’ll take a closer look. Plus, the world is racing to develop Covid-19 vaccines at record pace, and at a time when there’s still…
 
Today we discuss our marijuana-infused episode, & Susie has some follow-up questions. We find out why Sarah is obsessed with Instagram all of the sudden. We discuss the benefits of journaling during quarantine. Hear why MTV erased ten years of footage. Sarah talks about a robot controlled by a man's butthole. Susie reveals the danger of repressed s…
 
With growth stocks are outperforming value names by the widest margin in decades, two portfolio managers duke it out over which is the better bang for your buck. And, from mortgages to mansions—we get reads on the hottest trends in housing. Plus, the CEO of Sony Pictures entertainment joins to discuss Apple TV spending $70m for its new Tom Hanks’ p…
 
A Nebraska native, Sarah graduated cum laude from Texas Christian University (AKA TCU) in four years with two degrees while working part-time as a pilates instructor at Tatiana at Lululemon Athletica. Following graduation, she completed her clinical rotations to become a Certified Child Life Specialist. In addition to child advocacy, she is passion…
 
After Secretary Steve Mnuchin and Fed Chair Jerome Powell gave remote testimony in front of the Senate Banking Committee, we discuss what the next phase of relief out of Washington could look like. And as the retailers report earnings this week, we take a look at why the good ol’ honey-do list could be one of the new trends in the sector. Plus, as …
 
Markets rallying on promising vaccine news and reassuring words from Federal Reserve Chairman Jay Powell. We’ll talk about what it means for your investments. Plus, investors -big and small-are flocking into the biotech sector in large numbers. We’ll look at the names they’re flowing into and whether you should follow suit. And, if Michael Jordan w…
 
Will it make us safer? or will the data it collects lead to greater social harm in future ? Cyber Security lead, Beverley decompiles the current issues with the Covidsafe app and chats to well-known identity, Shannon Sedgwick about his early days in cyber and his current role as Senior Managing Director at Ankura. We cover how Australian’s might be…
 
Stocks continue to sell off amid increasing China tensions and some weak economic data. One of our guests says there are five things that could cause a another selloff from here. He tells us what they are. Plus, there’s so much we don’t know yet about Covid-19, including what role genetics may be playing in how severely someone gets infected. The C…
 
Eurasia Group’s Ian Bremmer says we’re in the first Depression of our lifetimes and massive relief and subsidies are needed to get us through it. He joins us live with how much pain he sees ahead. Plus, we check back in with one luxury mall owner and operator since he started reopening some of his properties. He tells us how much foot traffic he’s …
 
Today we find out about a hermit in Maine who didn't talk to another human for over 25 years. Sarah reveals why she is obsessed with Alaskan Bushpeople. We discuss the Secret Love documentary & explore why LGBTQ relationships can be difficult even now. We find out why teacher's have been getting a bad deal forever. We hear about the Wilson Effect, …
 
Stocks selling off as Fed Chair Jay Powell delivers downbeat commentary earlier in the day, adding him to the list of heavyweights, including Warren Buffett and Sam Zell, to warn about the economy. So, should investors be ready for a long winter as we head into summer? We discuss. And, companies shifted supply chains from China to other parts of th…
 
This week, I'm excited to welcome Dr Will Bulsiewicz back to the show. Dr. Will Bulsiewicz. Dr. Bulsiewicz is a board certified gastroenterologist and gut health expert. With 14 years as an MD using the latest in cutting edge medical research. He helps patients face their health goals and challenges head on and achieve incredible results. In this e…
 
A slew of policymakers have come out against the idea of negative rates in the past couple of days but the President likes the idea. We take a closer look at whether negative rates would do more harm than good to the U.S. Plus, the Fed is boldly going where it’s never gone before….the ETF market, specifically corporate bond ETFs. We’ll look at why …
 
Fresh off the latest version of Miss America airing on NBC, former Miss America's Betty Maxwell and Savvy Shields have plenty to say about the newest version of the pageant (aka competition) and today they share ALL their thoughts on Miss America 2.0By Betty Maxwell Savvy Shields
 
Disney reopening its Shanghai Disneyland, making it the first park to reopen during the COVID-19 pandemic—we go live to Shanghai for the details and hear from Disney CEO Bob Chapek on Disney’s path forward to reopening. Plus, the Department of Justice’s assistant Attorney General for National Security joins to discuss the “holy grail” of biomedical…
 
Today we hear why Sarah was shocked by the OJ Simpson movie. Hear about the time we went to a charity event & Sarah made a celebrity faux paus to a famous comedian. Susie talks about the docuseries, The Devil Next Door, & why one Ohio man might be Ivan the Terrible. We talk about our first historical memories. Sarah talks about a little boy who cam…
 
20.5 million jobs were lost in the month of April, sending unemployment to 14.7%. Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia joins to discuss the economic impact and whether the worst is behind us. Plus, during record unemployment, a check on the top industries hiring and the positions that are most in-demand. And, with the NFL announcing its full-season schedu…
 
Stocks rallying on positive drug news, earnings, and optimism that the economy will improve as states start to reopen. We’ll look at how investors should position themselves as the markets and the economy show signs of life. Plus, a battle is brewing in the education world as to when colleges should open. We’ll speak with the President of the Arizo…
 
Today we find out why time during quarantine is fluid & disorienting. Hear why people in Antarctica are developing their own language. Susie reveals the psychology of why we want to text our exes during times of crisis. And we realize we've both been resorting to our childhood pleasures during this "uncertain time." Plus, we find out why plants can…
 
Companies across all sectors are pulling guidance as Covid-19 continues to take its toll on the economy. So how do you invest in a market with no clear outlook? We’ll ask the experts. Plus, a new study by the Federal Reserve shows loans haven’t been going to the hardest-hit areas. We’ll tell you why. And, as auto sales have been hit hard, we’ll spe…
 
A CNBC rapid survey showing that economists are feeling positively about third quarter growth, so what should investors do? One top strategist tells us why it’s a bond picker’s market. And WeWork founder Adam Neumann is suing SoftBank for reneging on a multi-billion dollar lifeline. The details on how a relationship went sour and the battle between…
 
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