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Learn from history's greatest entrepreneurs. Every week I read a biography of an entrepreneur and find ideas you can use in your work. This quote explains why: "There are thousands of years of history in which lots and lots of very smart people worked very hard and ran all types of experiments on how to create new businesses, invent new technology, new ways to manage etc. They ran these experiments throughout their entire lives. At some point, somebody put these lessons down in a book. For v ...
 
The Sports Entrepreneurs Podcast is an “audio biography” series with the leading Entrepreneurs and Movers & Shakers in the business of Sports & Esports of the past 40 years. Marcus drills deep into the career of his guests, what worked and what didn’t, the learning from the good, bad and ugly. Through his wide network, Marcus is able to host top guests from across the industry and from around the world. As a western Sports Entrepreneur operating in Asia for the past 25 years, it has a certai ...
 
Welcome to Sam Pitroda Talks... Mr. Sam Pitroda is an internationally respected development thinker, policy maker, telecom inventor and entrepreneur who has spent over 50 years in Information and Communication Technology and related developments. At present he is founder, investor and chairman of six startups and several nonprofit foundations. He is also a founding member of the UN Broad Band commission and Chairman of the m-powering initiative at the ITU. His biography was published in 1992 ...
 
A unique look at race in America through the stories of artists, entrepreneurs, educators and culture creators. The series takes a provocative look at what it's really like to survive and thrive in a society that has been built without people of color in mind. Dr. Frank Mirabal’s experience as an artist, academic, political appointee, and cultural critic brings a unique aesthetic to the conversation.
 
THE EXIT CLUB podcast, powered by Fratzke Media, is all about what happens once the papers are signed, the deal is done, and life after exit begins. Each week, host Laura Rich talks with successful entrepreneurs across a range of industries about how they navigated the aftermath of an exit. THE EXIT CLUB pulls back the covers on this final stage of the entrepreneurial journey, sharing stories of grief and triumph. About Laura Rich: Veteran journalist and serial entrepreneur Laura Rich exited ...
 
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Subscribe to gain access to 235 full length episodes. Here are 10 episodes to start with: #168 Driven: An Autobiography by Larry Miller #171 The Billionaire Who Wasn't: How Chuck Feeney Secretly Made and Gave Away a Fortune #219 Anthony Bourdain: The Definitive Oral Biography #223 Unstoppable: Siggi Wilzig's Astonishing Journey from Auschwitz Survi…
 
What I learned from reading The Essays of Warren Buffett by Warren Buffett and Lawrence Cunningham. Subscribe to listen to the rest of this episode and gain access to 235 full length episodes. WHAT OTHER PEOPLE ARE SAYING: “Without a doubt, the highest value-to-cost ratio I’ve taken advantage of in the last year is the Founders podcast premium feed…
 
Many of us have been blessed to discover that the study of philosophy is key for developing our children’s minds, but Dr. Sam Nicholson is here to help us understand the Role of Philosophy in the Spiritual Life. Find Dr. Sam Nicholson: https://homeschoolconnections.com/instructors/sam-nicholson/ Contact: scn8v@virginia.edu Dr. Nicholson’s suggested…
 
What Happens When the Analyst Dies: Unexpected Terminations in Psychoanalysis (Routledge, 2019) explores the stories of patients who have experienced the death of their analyst. The book prioritizes the voices of patients, letting them articulate for themselves the challenges and heartache that occur when grappling with such a devastating loss. It …
 
What I learned from reading Leading By Design: The Ikea Story by Ingvar Kamprad and Bertil Torekull. Subscribe to listen to the rest of this episode and gain access to 234 full length episodes. WHAT OTHER PEOPLE ARE SAYING: “Without a doubt, the highest value-to-cost ratio I’ve taken advantage of in the last year is the Founders podcast premium fee…
 
How did humans come to be who we are? In his marvelous, eccentric, and widely lauded book Being a Beast, legal scholar, veterinary surgeon, and naturalist extraordinaire Charles Foster set out to understand the consciousness of animal species by living as a badger, otter, fox, deer, and swift. Now, he inhabits three crucial periods of human develop…
 
In 1948, the World Health Organization began to prepare its social psychiatry project, which aimed to discover the epidemiology and arrive at a classification of mental disorders. In Mad by the Millions: Mental Disorders and the Early Years of the World Health Organization (MIT Press, 2021), Harry Y-Jui Wu examines the WHO's ambitious project, argu…
 
What I learned from reading Heroes: From Alexander the Great and Julius Caesar to Churchill and de Gaulle by Paul Johnson. Subscribe to listen to the rest of this episode and gain access to 234 full length episodes. WHAT OTHER PEOPLE ARE SAYING: “Without a doubt, the highest value-to-cost ratio I’ve taken advantage of in the last year is the Founde…
 
Episode 107: Answering Your Children’s Toughest Questions Our children are naturally inquisitive, but sometimes we feel ill-equipped to answer their toughest questions. It pays to have a strategy that honors their growth and their innocence. Today, I’m talking with best-selling author and homeschooling mom, Kendra Tierney, about Answering Your Chil…
 
It could start as lending an occasional hand, but over time, escalates into putting someone else above everything else―even our own well-being. Balance is needed for healthy relationships with others and ourselves. The Codependency Recovery Plan presents an enlightening look at codependency, where it comes from, and a detailed pathway out. The Code…
 
Welcome to The Academic Life! In this episode you’ll hear about: The other hidden curriculum: the support and care strategies necessary for being well in academia Systemic and structural barriers Undiagnosed academic challenges, and personal traumas guest and host have faced Why we all need support How to support someone in tough times and why “hel…
 
Episode 106: Cultivating a Catholic Growth Mindset Our Mindset, or the way we think about things, has a powerful influence on the kind of life we build. Today’s guest, Ginny Kochis, is here to help us with Cultivating a Catholic Growth Mindset. Find Ginny Kochis, her community, and her many original and recommended resources at: https://www.notsofo…
 
It is one of the most extraordinary cases in the history of science: the mating calls of insects were mistaken for a “sonic weapon” that led to a major diplomatic row. Since August 2017, the world media has been absorbed in the “attack” on diplomats from the American and Canadian Embassies in Cuba. While physicians treating victims have described i…
 
For decades, some of our best and brightest medical scientists have dedicated themselves to finding a cure for Alzheimer's disease. What happened? Where is the cure? The biggest breakthroughs occurred twenty-five years ago, with little progress since. In How Not to Study a Disease: The Story of Alzheimer's (MIT Press, 2021), neurobiologist Karl Her…
 
What I learned from reading Berkshire Hathaway Letters to Shareholders by Warren Buffett. Subscribe to listen to the rest of this episode and gain access to 231 full length episodes. WHAT OTHER PEOPLE ARE SAYING: “Without a doubt, the highest value-to-cost ratio I’ve taken advantage of in the last year is the Founders podcast premium feed. Tap into…
 
Ralf Reichert, is considered a founding father of the Gaming/Esports industry, having shaped the industry for the past 20 years as an Entrepreneur. We are unpacking the early days of ESL Gaming and off course the current state of play and plans for the future. Recording from my hometown in Koeln (Cologne), Germany. Happy holidays everyone. Key High…
 
We think of grief as a normal response to the death of a loved one. We’re familiar with the so-called “five stages” of grief. Grief seems as an emotional episode that befalls us along life’s way, something to be endured and then gotten over. But grief isn’t as straightforward as it might seem. For one thing, we can grieve for strangers. And althoug…
 
The Mind-Body Problem is based on an in-depth filmed conversation between Howard Burton and Janko Tipsarevic, who is a former professional tennis player with a career-high singles ranking of world no. 8 and founder and CEO of Tipsarevic Tennis Academy in Belgrade, Serbia. This conversation gives behind-the-scenes insights on what it takes to achiev…
 
Today I talked to Nathalie Nahai new book Values, Uncertainty and the Psychology of Brand Resilience (Kogan Page, 2022) David Brooks once joked that in the end the “revolution” promised us by the Baby Boomers amounted to nothing much more than the founding of Whole Foods. What will Millennials bring us? Already it seems that the answer is a workfor…
 
Why does a clarinet play at lower pitches than a flute? What does it mean for sounds to be in or out of tune? How are emotions carried by music? Do other animals perceive sound like we do? How might a musician use math to come up with new ideas? This book offers a lively exploration of the mathematics, physics, and neuroscience that underlie music …
 
Episode 105: First-Year-Homeschool Survival Tips! Whether you’re brand-new to homeschooling or a seasoned veteran, you’ll find great ideas in our conversation today, for making your homeschool a success. I’m excited to welcome back a wonderful homeschooling dad, coming to us from Australia, Charbel Raish, here to share his First-Year-Homeschool Sur…
 
Body as Psychoanalytic Object: Clinical Applications from Winnicott to Bion and Beyond (Routledge, 2021) explores the role of bodily phenomena in mental life and in the psychoanalytic encounter, encouraging further dialog within psychoanalysis, philosophy, and the humanities, and contributing new clinical and theoretical perspectives to the recent …
 
What I learned from reading Unstoppable: Siggi Wilzig's Astonishing Journey from Auschwitz Survivor and Penniless Immigrant to Wall Street Legend by Joshua M. Greene. Subscribe to listen to the rest of this episode and gain access to 231 full length episodes. WHAT OTHER PEOPLE ARE SAYING: “Without a doubt, the highest value-to-cost ratio I’ve taken…
 
Inflation expectations – their formation, predictive accuracy, and influence on business price-setting and household consumption – remain one of the great macroeconomic puzzles and challenges to policymakers. As inflation returns to the developed world after a decade-long abeyance, understanding them matters more than ever. In The Behavioral Econom…
 
The Culture-Breast in Psychoanalysis: Cultural Experiences and the Clinic (Routledge, 2021) introduces "the culture-breast," a new clinical concept, to explore the central importance played by cultural objects in the psychical lives of patients and psychoanalytic clinical practitioners inside and outside the consulting room. Bringing together clini…
 
Dr. Paul Steinberg, Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of British Columbia, returns to New Books Network to discuss his latest book, Applying Psychoanalytic Thought to Contemporary Mental Health Practice (Routledge, 2021). In this latest work, a “sister” publication his prior Psychoanalysis in Medicine (Routledge, …
 
What I learned from reading The Outsiders: Eight Unconventional CEOs and Their Radically Rational Blueprint for Success by William Thorndike. Subscribe to listen to the rest of this episode and gain access to 230 full length episodes. WHAT OTHER PEOPLE ARE SAYING: “Without a doubt, the highest value-to-cost ratio I’ve taken advantage of in the last…
 
Today I talked to Sarah and Larry Nannery about their new book What to Say Next: Successful Communication in Work, Life, and Love with Autism Spectrum Disorder (Tiller Press, 2021). What’s it like to live a life where there’s a time delay as you process what others are saying, what it might mean, and how you feel in response? Sarah Nannery knows th…
 
The Analyst’s Vulnerability: Impact on Theory and Practice (Routledge, 2021) closely examines the analyst's early experiences and character traits, demonstrating the impact they have on theory building and technique. Arguing that choice of theory and interventions are unconsciously shaped by clinicians' early experiences, this book argues for great…
 
Episode 104: Keep the Joy Front and Center We homeschool to give our children the best of everything—faith, values, education, opportunity--and it’s quite an adventure. But the work is hard, and sometimes we forget to be joyful. Today’s guest is Marine and homeschooling veteran, Teresa Hansen, here to remind us to Keep the Joy Front and Center. Fin…
 
At the beginning of Dr. Seuss’s The Lorax, the Once-ler says, “I meant no harm. I most truly did not. But I had to grow bigger. So bigger I got.” Biggering, it turns out, is the default setting for most of us. For years, Leidy Klotz, author of Subtract: The Untapped Science of Less (Flatiron Books, 2021), has studied how we transform things from ho…
 
When Rebecca Lester was eleven years old--and again when she was eighteen--she almost died from anorexia nervosa. Now both a tenured professor in anthropology and a licensed social worker, she turns her ethnographic and clinical gaze to the world of eating disorders--their history, diagnosis, lived realities, treatment, and place in the American cu…
 
What I learned from rereading A Man for All Markets: From Las Vegas to Wall Street, How I Beat the Dealer and the Market by Ed Thorp. Subscribe to listen to the rest of this episode and gain access to 230 full length episodes. WHAT OTHER PEOPLE ARE SAYING: “Without a doubt, the highest value-to-cost ratio I’ve taken advantage of in the last year is…
 
Free Will: An Investigation is based on an in-depth filmed conversation between Howard Burton and Alfred Mele, the William H. and Lucyle T. Werkmeister Professor of Philosophy at Florida State University. This wide-ranging conversation examines free will and the different notions of free will that exist, the connections of free will with developmen…
 
What I learned from reading Meet You in Hell: Andrew Carnegie, Henry Clay Frick, and the Bitter Partnership That Changed America by Les Standiford. Subscribe to listen to the rest of this episode and gain access to 229 full length episodes. WHAT OTHER PEOPLE ARE SAYING: “Without a doubt, the highest value-to-cost ratio I’ve taken advantage of in th…
 
Episode 103: Homeschooling Through Christmas--With or Without Snow! One reason many families choose to homeschool is simply having the freedom to live anywhere they want or need to be, so it’s not uncommon for them to have celebrated the Christmas season in different climates. Veteran homeschool mom, Margaret Gallipeau, is here to share her family’…
 
In his new book Fantasy, Online Misogyny and the Manosphere: Male Bodies of Dis/Inhibition (Routledge, 2021), Jacob Johanssen takes us on a journey into the dark masculinist recesses of the internet. He analyses original data from online communities of Involuntary Celibate (Incel) men, women-denigrating “Men Going Their Own Way”, anti-porn crusadin…
 
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