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The Life Hacks for Entrepreneurs podcast is committed to providing inspired entrepreneurs strategies to level-up in life, love, and business-in the least amount of time. The Life Hacks for Entrepreneur’s podcast is hosted by David Ubeda.
 
Life and all it’s oddities. It’s a strangle world we live in. Let’s dive head in to the rabbit hole and try not to get lost in the sauce! Join my guests and I on a long strange trip as we hurl ourselves ever further into the infinite. Much love and always remember to keep your head up and always continue to love and receive everything the universe has for you. You’re exactly where you should be, right here, right now.
 
This is FPL in a Nutshell, a podcast for Fantasy Premier League players. Hosts Enya and Cooper discuss the latest gameweek and provide analysis around who to buy, sell and keep an eye on. Cooper provides feelings and Enya sprinkles in some analytics to help you improve your FPL team. Let's be honest though it is mostly our bang average opinions. #FPL #FF #FantasyPremierLeague
 
Open your mind to the world with New Zealand’s number one breakfast radio show. Without question, as New Zealand’s number one talk host, Mike Hosking sets the day’s agenda. The sharpest voice and mind in the business, Mike drives strong opinion, delivers the best talent, and always leaves you wanting more. The Mike Hosking Breakfast always cuts through and delivers the best daily on Newstalk ZB.
 
A podcasting favourite of the late 10's, Australia's most straight talking pop music bloggers, the Project U team, are back together for a weekly podcast. In the Pop Corner - Nic Kelly, Grace Garde & Nathan come together once a week to sort the excellence from the trash, play games and set straight the state of pop. Get on board bitches.
 
Mark Levien interviews successful and aspiring creative to better understand how they have achieved their success. As there is an abundance of information on technical how-to information this podcast focuses on soft skills essential for any creatives such as expanding your comfort zone and dealing with failure. Hearing from actors, musicians and entrepreneurs this is an excellent podcast for any growth minded creative. Instagram & Facebook @thecreativeventure
 
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Despite being told as a young girl she shouldn’t go near the digital space, Shireen Mitchell went on to found Digital Sisters and Stop Online Violence Against Women, the first organization dedicated to bringing women and girls of color online. This week she joins Damian Collins MP to discuss the movement she created and her observations on voter su…
 
Is there a more depressing inter territorial scrap on the planet than that of the Israeli Palestinian feud that never seems to end? And is now back front and centre with its usual pro-ish Palestinian coverage. Personally, I go back to the Camp David accords of over 40 years ago. Began, Sadat, Carter led to the Oslo accords of the 90s that, very bro…
 
One of New Zealand’s favourite Aussie musicians is coming back. Jimmy Barnes made his name as the frontman of Cold Chisel, but he’s also amassed quite the solo career. He has the highest number of charting albums by any artist in the Australian market. Now Barnes is back with a new album on the way - and a New Zealand tour in July. He joined Mike H…
 
Cooper and Enya compare their GW36s to a night in the club–spent a lot of money but didn't manage to get fucked up for better or worse. We review the dark horses of GW36 and look at keeping things weird and fun for GW37 and beyond. Join us on a journey that includes song, dance, Jota replacements, LOTR references, Enya on a bench boost and Cooper l…
 
Fans of Shortland Street have been pleased with the return of Elisabeth Easther's character Carla. She originally appeared on the soap in the mid-90s as the show's first onscreen murderer, before returning earlier this year. This week marks the end of the "Return of Carla" storyline, and has ended with Carla knocking out Chris Warner and setting fi…
 
There is nothing wrong with targeting high net wealth individuals for migration purposes. In fact, you'd be an idiot if you didn't. Whether New Zealand comes out of Covid in as powerful a position as it had going in is yet to be seen. We are a mile behind on vaccination. Sir Peter Gluckman last week warned our attraction is wearing thin. There is n…
 
An argument for improving your work life balance. The World Health Organisation has completed the first global analysis of loss of life associated with too much time working. It says between 2000 and 2016, deaths from heart disease caused by long hours increased by 42 per cent. The number of strokes blamed on overwork jumped by 19 per cent. Perpetu…
 
The New Zealand Rugby Players' Association claims turning down Silver Lake's investment will not prevent them from involvement in the game. The governing body's set to meet with the NZRPA and Forsyth Barr to discuss their alternative proposal to publicly float a stake in the commercial operations. NZR believes Silver Lake's investment offers greate…
 
A new study has found that CAPTCHAs are robbing the world of years of productivity every day. CAPTCHAs are the automated online pop up test that requires users to tick boxes to prove you aren't a robot, or solve a visual puzzle such as how many bikes or traffic lights are in the squares. Online security company Cloudfare has found out that each tim…
 
Drinks were raised in toasts and reunited friends hugged each other as thousands of U.K. pubs and restaurants opened Monday for indoor service for the first time since early January. Yet the prime minister sounded a cautious tone, warning about a more contagious COVID-19 variant that threatens reopening plans. Theaters, leisure venues and museums w…
 
The European medicines regulator says it is safe to store thawed Pfizer vaccines in a regular fridge for up to 31 days, a ruling that will make handling the vaccine easier around the European Union. The European Medicines Agency said Monday that its human medicines committee has recommended changing the storage guidelines for unopened, thawed vials…
 
The Chief Ombudsman has launched an investigation into the way Corrections is handling calls for it to reform. Chief Ombudsman Peter Boshier says he wants to know why there hasn't been significant improvement, despite report after report calling for action. His review is expected to take a year to complete. He told Mike Hosking he's become increasi…
 
The Government says it's immigration "reset" is about attracting high-skilled workers and wealthy investors, before the borders reopen. Minister for Economic Development Stuart Nash has told business leaders the country must move away from a reliance on a low-skilled migrant labour force. Hundreds are expected to arrive in New Zealand as a result o…
 
Anthony Garcia is the keynote speaker, podcast host, executive sales coach who wrote the international Bestselling book - Catapulting Commissions. He is the expert in sales training, recruiting, goal achievement, and motivating salespeople to achieve peak performance whose insights have been featured in major media outlets such as Forbes, CNBC, Fox…
 
It really is like an unfolding train wreck. What is it about their plight that has the Japanese organisers failing to see the glaringly obvious? The polls of their own people that have anywhere between 70 to 80 percent of them not wanting the games held in their own country. The fact the host city is not just under a Covid emergency but an emergenc…
 
New Zealand rugby fans can get an in-depth look at one of the country's greatest ever players in Aaron Smith. The halfback features in Sky Sport's All Access series, and Guy Heveldt told Mike Hosking it offers great insight into an All Black great. "He is very insightful these days... this is stuff that New Zealand Rugby needs to get its players to…
 
Australian cricketers who were competing in India have touched down in Sydney this morning to complete their two weeks of quarantine. Players and coaches taking part in the Indian Premier League (IPL) fled to the Maldives when the lucrative T20 tournament was suspended because of the country’s worsening COVID-19 crisis, and they were trapped in lim…
 
Chaos after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the US changed a mask-wearing law. Those who are vaccinated against Covid-19 have been told they can go without a mask, and state and local officials are deciding whether they should follow suit. CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky has defended the move. Correspondent Richard Arnold told …
 
It is time for Brits to do their bit for their local watering hole. Financial experts in the UK estimate a 25 and a half billion dollar boost is needed for 40-thousand pubs to recover to pre-covid levels. To reach that goal, each person would need to drink nearly 60 litres of booze over summer, eat nearly a thousand packets of crisps, or eat 40 roa…
 
The bit about the Silver Lake scrap that troubles me is just why the Players' Association and Forsyth Barr thinks their IPO offer makes any sense. I'm not beholden to the Silver Lake deal. I have no vested interest in rugby other that I worry that our most successful sport and national game doesn’t make any money. The Players' Association is right,…
 
The economy could see a $1.5 billion boost if couples shared housework more evenly. A Westpac report has found that if men picked up more of the unpaid work, enabling women to extend their paid work hours, an individual household's income could be boosted by 530-dollars per year. Association of Counsellors' Robyn McGill told Mike Hosking women do n…
 
A tourism operator in the Cook Islands is expecting a slow start to the travel bubble with New Zealand. The bubble with the Cooks has opened, but the first flight into Rarotonga will not depart Auckland Airport until tomorrow morning. Ariki Adventures owner Kave Tamaariki told Mike Hosking most of the bookings this month with be families coming hom…
 
There are calls for the Government to invest in dietitians, in a move that could potentially save billions of dollars. A report from Dietitians New Zealand shows 24 per cent of general practice visits could be helped by a dietitian. General Practice NZ chair Dr. Jeff Lowe told Mike Hosking most GPs work in limited timeframes, and adding a dietitian…
 
Dame Tariana Turia wants to see Māori "take back authority" in their lives amid discussion surrounding the He Puapua document. Much of National leader Judith Collins' separatist agenda ammunition comes from the discussion document. It comes from an independent technical working group, on how to realise the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous…
 
National leader Judith Collins is not reading into the numbers in the latest political poll. "I am safe," she said. Sunday night's Newshub-Reid Research shows a drop in popularity for Collins, following weeks of the party accusing the Government of a "separatism by stealth" agenda. Collins told Hosking the National Party was just "getting going on …
 
Emily Shaw is one of the leading Sales Consultants at Lushin, Inc., a professional training and coaching company that guides business leaders in clarifying their intent for growth by teaching through example. Emily serves as part of the team that brings in individuals with different personalities, strengths, and experiences which would resonate wit…
 
This is the gameweek that never ends, it just goes on and on and my friend, some people started playing it not knowing just because, and they'll continue playing it forever just because.... this is the gameweek that never ends... Anyone else know that song? No? Just me? Awkward. Cooper and Enya record late on Thursday evening after Liverpool's bash…
 
Every Friday, Mike Hosking catches up with Kate Hawkesby and Tim Wilson to discuss the events of the weeks. And for Kate, that meant explaining why she has earned the nickname 'Katie van Gisbergen' after getting pinged for a speeding ticket - sparking a discussion about how you should get yourself out of it. The three also discussed the end of Elle…
 
The Public Sector Pay Freeze: 1/10 "Top prize from the school of cock ups. Communication was allegedly, at least, Robertson's and Ardern's strong points, well not this week. When Labour is meeting ropeable unions, something hasn’t gone right." Fair Pay Agreements: 4/10 "Union trouble. And haven't we had enough of that this week?" Moves to Reduce Me…
 
Competition for jobs is partly being blamed for an increase in anxiety among young people. Lifeline Aotearoa had their busiest month ever in April, with a record 30,000 texts sent and received, breaking the previous record which was in March. The messages were mostly from young people aged between 11 and 20 and the figures are actually higher than …
 
Getting the public on board with tougher long-term Covid-19 suggestions could be a challenge. Ashley Bloomfield has suggested moving the country to a baseline of Level 2.5 restrictions, to allow borders to reopen to more low-risk countries. Those restrictions could be in place for three to five years, while the virus remains a pandemic or epidemic.…
 
The face-to-face trade negotiations are soon getting back underway. Trade Minister Damien O'Connor will be the first cabinet minister to travel overseas since we closed our borders, when he heads to the UK and Europe in June for free trade negotiations. Prime Minister Ardern won't be far behind, going to Australia in July before leading a delegatio…
 
Under America, primordial creatures are stirring from a decades-long slumber. Sifting through a shovel load of dirt in a suburban backyard, Michael Raupp and Paula Shrewsbury find their quarry: a cicada nymph. And then another, and another and four more. In maybe a third of a square foot of dirt, the University of Maryland entomologists find at lea…
 
The government is stepping in with apparent help for the emergency housing situation in Rotorua. You'll know of course about the problems that have plagued the city on this issue, damages to rooms, intimidation and harassment by gang members, drug and alcohol problems, the list can go on. Now, the government say to fix this they will directly contr…
 
Join Shannon and Christine as we talk about the 8 dimensions of wellness and look back at Season 2. This week's resources and references: Women Connected In Wisdom - All Episodes Paul Zelizer Podcast Success Team Movie - Pay It Forward InterPlay Reforming Arts Grief Deck Grief Deck Submissions Stillpoint Shealo Glo…
 
I think we are getting a fair old consensus around housing and what might be happening post the Grant Robertson revolution of early 2021. Commentary seems to suggest investors are stepping back with a wait and see attitude. But sadly, also the first home buyer is disappearing as well. The stats don’t back it up yet: records are still being shattere…
 
Several hundred more migrants reached a tiny Italian island before dawn on Monday, swelling to past 2,100 the number of arrivals in around 24 hours and fueling calls from across the political spectrum for the Italian government to strengthen its migration policies. Italian state radio said four boats arrived at Lampedusa island after being escorted…
 
The Reserve Bank has released research into the effect of low interest rates, leaving many people confused. The Bank says that it is not clear low interest rates increase inequality, and claims it is a mixed picture. It is in response to the Reserve Bank's monetary policy being blamed for widening the gap between the rich and the poor. Senior econo…
 
Delta Goodrem can't wait to be back on New Zealand shores this year. In her first headline tour in New Zealand, she's returning with her Bridge over Troubled Dreams tour that coincides with the release of her first book by the same name. Both of these are out tomorrow and Delta told Mike Hosking she decided it was time to go back to her roots with …
 
Florists are feeling the pinch of higher prices for flowers. A number of retailers say the price for both a stem or a bunch has been steadily rising in the past seven years. Owner of Snickel Lane Florist in Auckland Amanda Brown told Mike Hosking she saw prices for roses around Valentines Day soar to $35 a bunch. She says it is a real blow for busi…
 
If you've got a spare 52 and a half million dollars, or 38 million USD, then one of the rarest gems ever could be yours. A 15.81 carat purple-pink flawless diamond is going up for sale at auction in Hong Kong next week. It's called the Sakura, named after the cherry blossom, because of its colour, and is internally flawless, something very rare for…
 
KidsCan is rebuilding its food programme to help at other times of the day instead of lunch. That is due to the introduction of the Government's healthy school lunch initiative that can now provide about 215,000 students at 963 schools with a meal. However, there are concerns about the project after the discovery hundreds of the leftover meals in H…
 
There'll need to be cooperation from World Health Organisation member states to enact recommendations on the Covid-19 response. Former Prime Minister Helen Clark has co-chaired a panel on the global response to the virus, which has just released a report. She says told Mike Hosking China's cooperation will be needed to negotiate a pandemic conventi…
 
It's hoped the world has been shocked into action over Covid-19. An independent report on the global response to the virus has been released, co-chaired by former Prime Minister Helen Clark. It recommends increasing the availability and manufacturing of vaccines, and reforms to the global pandemic preparedness and response system, to prevent a futu…
 
Scott Kaplan is the speaker, author, and GTM Board Advisor who Founded Quick Hit Sales Tips. Also standing as the Chief Coach for the sales consulting company, Scott has been working with sales reps who wish to crush their quotas and sales leaders who wish to double their bookings, having trained over 15,000 sellers and over 5,000 frontline sales m…
 
Listen to how simple this sounds and actually is: Australia will open its borders next year in a budget plan to bring back migrants and speed up the economic recovery. The government fears that growth cannot be sustained if travellers are kept away and citizens kept at home. Not hard to get your head around, eh? Josh Frydenberg, the Australian Trea…
 
Stuart Nash says public servants need to realise the private sector's doing it tough. The Government is denying its announcements amount to a pay freeze on the public sector as nurses weigh up whether to strike or not. The Small Business Minister told Mike Hosking it's not about how much is being saved, it's about bringing restraint back. "I've rec…
 
The Australian government released a big-spending economic plan for the next fiscal year on Tuesday that includes hefty investments in defence and national security as relations with China worsen. The government plans to spend 270 billion Australian dollarsover the next decade on upgrading defence capabilities to "promote an open and peaceful Indo-…
 
New Zealand and Australia are charting different courses on their way out of the Covid-19 pandemic. Australia's federal government has revealed a big spend-up in its budget overnight, taking on more debt to create a quarter of a million jobs over the next two years. Former Finance Minister Steven Joyce says next week's New Zealand budget is likely …
 
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