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CFO Bookshelf is based on the popular weekly newsletter by CFOBookshelf.com. Each week, a business author or thought leader is interviewed where practical insights can be applied by financial leaders. The show was founded by a pioneer in the part-time CFO business.
 
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I'M THAT

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I'M THAT

Eitan Chitayat

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Whether through work or at play, I've had the good fortune of meeting some pretty prolific people. On 'I'm That', we have a chat about who they are, what they do, and why. It may be deep. Profound. Funny. Many times, all of the above. But it's always honest. (Music by Lisa Coleman)
 
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Living A Life In Full

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Living A Life In Full

Dr Chris Stout; Best Selling Author | Adventurer | Angel Advisor | (Acciden

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“Living a Life in Full” is the conversation you always wanted to have with that person who gave an amazing TED talk, or the author of one your favorite books, or that inspirational Olympian you always wanted to know more about. This show is for the intellectually curious. You want to not just know more about the interesting and the innovative, but also what makes them tick, and maybe even what makes them laugh. It’s graduate-level conversations with those making a difference in the world and ...
 
RedHanded the podcast jumps head first into all manner of macabre madness. We cover everything from big time serial killers (and those you may never have heard of), to hauntings, possessions, disturbing mysteries, bizarre whodunits and basically anything that tickles our creepy fancy. So, join us, plug in, sit back and prepare for scares.
 
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If you are looking for a clear and concise explanation of ESOPs, then you'll enjoy listening to Jess Helvick of First International Bank and Trust. Jess is an ESOP expert who explains these benefit plans simply and with impact. During this conversation, we address the what, why and who of ESOPs. We examine three commonly-held myths surrounding ESOP…
 
It's Halloween time, that means at RedHanded - it's story swap time! This week Suruthi takes us to a TB ward in the 1930s for some "sexy" body-stealing, while Hannah shares the tale of the Kurim cult that was cracked thanks to a terrifying baby monitor... UK TOUR 2021 - new dates added! Get your tickets here: https://linktr.ee/RedHandedthepod Becom…
 
It's that time again, where we give you a sneak peek of what goes on over at the glorious RedHanded Patreon page, so we're giving you some of the juiciest highlights from the previous month of bonus content. This time you get to hear all about Raoul Moat from our Patreon exclusive episode Raoul Moat: Terror of Tyneside. On top of that, there's our …
 
Lauren Giddings had a strange feeling; she couldn’t shake the sense that someone had been coming into her apartment. But nothing was ever out of place and nothing was ever missing, so she tried to put the scary thought out of her head. Less than a month later Lauren’s torso was found wrapped in a plastic sheet in the bins behind her building. UK TO…
 
Dealing or coping with change is one of the most difficult challenges for any financial leader to come to grips with - either for themselves or those they lead, mentor, or coach. Rick Maurer is the author of Beyond the Wall of Resistance which includes important constructs like the three levels of resistance and the change cycle. During this conver…
 
Over 30 years ago, Issei Sagawa murdered, raped and ate a young woman named Renée Hartevelt. Despite his guilt never having been in question, Sagawa would not stand trial or spend any significant amount of time behind bars And today, in the sleepy Tokyo district of Yurioka, this known murderer, necrophile and cannibal walks the streets not only as …
 
Shannon Susko might be the most energetic business consultant I've ever met thanks to her infectious enthusiasm and deep understanding of how to scale a business toward achievable and positive results. Shannon has successfully started and sold two businesses and now runs a consulting firm that includes a pillar framework called 3HAG Way which is th…
 
Allan "Alonzo" Wind is a former Senior Foreign Service Officer from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) having worked on diplomatic assignments in Peru, Nicaragua, Angola, Nigeria, Iraq, Afghanistan and South Africa. He provided oversight to U.S. government foreign aid development and humanitarian assistance, and supported U.S. Am…
 
In Panjwai, a district in the Kandahar Province of Afghanistan, on the 11th of March 2012, U.S Army Staff Sergeant Robert Bales committed what is considered to be the deadliest war crime blamed on a single member of the U.S Armed Forces since the Vietnam War. During this brutal massacre, Robert Bales took the lives of 16 innocent Afghan civilians –…
 
In this very special bonus episode of RedHanded, we sit down with former BBC journalist Sam Walker to discuss her latest investigation into the terrifying world of real-life violent vigilantes. Over the course of months, Sam interviewed a mysterious man known only as “KC”. He told her all about his brutal exploits as he and his gang roam the countr…
 
On the 3rd of June 2003, 14-year-old Jodi Jones ran home from school and begged her mum Judith to let her go out. Eventually, mum relented and Jodi rushed out saying she was off to meet her boyfriend, a local 14-year-old boy Luke Mitchell. 6 hours later Jodi's naked, mutilated body was found in the woods just a mile from her house, by the very same…
 
Probably everything you know about setting goals and how to achieve them rests on the research of Dr. Edwin Locke and Gary Latham in the 1980s. Dr. Edwin Locke is also the author of the underrated book The Prime Movers which is as good if not better than Good to Great. In this show, we talk about Dr. Locke's pioneering research on the theory of goa…
 
As she sat with her two children in Abilene Texas one January morning in 2007, Charity Lee pondered, that she may not be a perfect mother, but she did live in a safe neighborhood, so her children wouldn't be killed in their beds. She was wrong. Join the girls for an in-depth exploration of inter sibling homicide, a crash course in psychopathy, and …
 
While intellectual capital is nearly impossible to value, it clearly counts in the process of building wealth. Ron Baker is the author of Mind Over Matter which is an exploration of where wealth comes from and its three pillars of capital - human, structural, and social. As Ron would say, there's nothing more pragmatic than a good theory. That's wh…
 
On this month's juicy sneak-peek behind the Patreon curtain, we have our In the News coverage of a Doctor tuned Exorcist, our Under the Duvet coverage of the tragedy in Plymouth, and a snippet from our full-length Patreon bonus episode of Georgia Williams and her snuff film-loving murderer. If you want to listen to any of these episodes in full or …
 
In July 2007, a blurry 8-minute long video shot on a mobile phone, titled “3 guys, 1 Hammer”, was uploaded to a shock video website. The video showed two men using a hammer and a screwdriver to brutally murder a terrified man. Once they finished, the two killers even posed next to the man's body doing a sieg heil; just another shot to add to their …
 
Gautam Baid, CFA, is the author of the international best-seller The Joys of Compounding. He is also the Founding Creator at Chapter, a revolutionary learning platform. Previously, Gautam served as a portfolio manager at an SEC-registered investment advisor based in Salt Lake City, Utah. Mr. Baid talks to me about growing up in India, moving to the…
 
Gary Harpst is one of the co-founders of Solomon Software which was ultimately acquired by Great Plains. After that divestiture, Gary did a deep dive into what drove success in small businesses. The research resulted in two books on strategy and execution, and a consulting framework called Six Disciplines. Gary is the author of two books: Six Disci…
 
Lorena Bobbitt, the penis severing incident and the resulting Frankenpenis porn star hit the front pages almost 30 years ago. And since then, this is a case that has never left the public consciousness. However, there is a lot more to Lorena Bobbitt's story than a man's member and a hotdog box. There's a story with two sides and a perfect case stud…
 
One indelible lesson from the last year is that we can’t control the cards we’re dealt in life. Still, we can improve our odds by learning to play those cards more skillfully. How? By studying the best investors. They are the grand masters of probabilities. The ultimate game players, they focus relentlessly on minimizing risks, maximizing rewards, …
 
In this second instalment of our promise to deliver two bonus episodes after we won GOLD at the British Podcast Awards, we cover the heartbreaking case of Georgia Williams. Georgia was a high-achieving and kind teenager who was always willing to help those who asked, and her killer knew this. 23-year-old Jamie Reynolds had an obsession with violent…
 
This week Suruthi and Hannah head into a place widely regarded as one of the most dangerous places in the Middle East right now - the notorious al-Hawl camp. It's where, in 2019, a British journalist found an 18-year-old, 9-month pregnant Shamima Begum. Soon after this discovery, Shamima Begum would have her British citizenship revoked, leaving her…
 
One of my favorite parts of The Education of a Value Investor is when Guy Spier talks about his lunch with Warren Buffett. Similar to the Buffett lunch, what if I could have a virtual dinner with this incredible and deep-thinking business author and money manager? The end result was a satisfying conversation rich with investing, business, and econo…
 
On Sunday the 22nd of February 2015, 3 London schoolgirls aged between 15 and 16 boarded a Turkish Airlines plane from Gatwick to Istanbul. Khadiza Sultana, Amira Abase, and Shamima Begum were on their way to Syria to join ISIS. In part 1 of this 2 part series, Suruthi and Hannah explore the rise of ISIS, their recruitment tactics, and the motivati…
 
Steve Wexler is one of my favorite teachers in the data visualization space because he's easy to understand and doesn't speak over our heads. He's the co-author of The Big Book of Dashboards, and his newest book is The Big Picture. Our topics include preattentive attributes, the love affair with stoplight colors, dead-end dashboards, and important …
 
Pedro Rodrigues Filho, aka Pedhrino Matador, Killer Petey or The Brazilian Dexter, is a bit of an anomaly as far as serial killers go. He brutally killed at least 71 people, including his own father, but still many people in Brazil revere and applaud him for his "work"... So much so in fact that today, unbelievably, Filho is free and living his bes…
 
Earlier this year we promised that if we won gold in the BPA Listeners' Choice category, we would deliver two bonus episodes chosen by the Spooky Bitches. This is the first of those episodes - The Columbine High School Massacre. The months leading up to the 20th of April 1999 - and the mindsets of both Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold - have been very…
 
Manos Papatheofanous was born and raised in Greece, before moving to London to study computer science 31 years ago. Throughout his career he has worked various jobs in banks and proprietary trading desks, in asset management firms and in hedge funds, and has also completed a degree from London Business School of Master’s in Finance. Two years ago, …
 
I've met and talked to many CFOs around the country. We're rational, analytical, and can be direct at times. Some of us these CFOs are rare in that they have great people skills. But I'm not sure that's the case for the majority of financial leaders. Gilbert Eijkelenboom is the author of People Skills for Analytical Thinkers, our guest on this week…
 
Hello you lovely listeners! We’ve cut together some snippets of what we’ve been up to on Patreon this month… With highlights from In the News, our monthly true crime news round-up, Under the Duvet our post-show after-party where we discuss everything from current affairs to our latest empty-handed news, and our monthly exclusive bonus episode which…
 
Award winning champions of the people RedHanded bring you a boat themed mystery for the ages. In the early hours of New Years Day 1998 Ben Smart and Olivia Hope boarded a mystery yacht and vanished without a trace. Their bodies have never been found, yet one man has been imprisoned for the double murder. He has always maintained his innocence, but …
 
More than anything, it's the mindset which determines an investor's ability to achieve towering returns and long-term success. Few are better equipped to explore the mindset of the world's greatest investors than William Green, who has interviewed, studied and befriended more than fifty of the leading global investors over the last 25 years. Willia…
 
Michele Wucker is the founder of the Chicago-based strategy firm Gray Rhino & Company, drawing on three decades of experience - first as a financial journalist, and then media and think tank executive. She has been honored as a Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum and as a Guggenheim Fellow. Risk has always been a part of life, to the po…
 
I was captivated by the website 2x3y.com months before the creative genius of that site released his book, Scale at Speed. The author is Felix Velarde, and his growth accelerator canvas is elegant, pragmatic, and impactful. If you like the writing of Verne Harnish, then you'll enjoy what Felix has to say about scaling at a rapid pace.…
 
In the early 1900s Germany was a nation ravaged by the horrors of war, debt and death. For years, as they struggled with stagflation and starvation, all manner of depravity began to emerge; there had even been rumours of human meat being sold on Germany’s black markets. And it was during this time, that a dangerous man roamed the streets committing…
 
Margaret Van was born in a Shanghainese family in Hong Kong. From early on, she has had a deep interest in other cultures, which has also led her to learn various languages with the main goal of being able to communicate with people from all over the world. Since 2005, Ms. Van has embarked on a new chapter as she discovered the practice of mindfuln…
 
Daniel M. Rosenberg is a husband of one, father of three and master of none. Professionally he's worn many hats; in the worlds of accounting and finance, sustainable manufacturing and even product development - all of which allows him to have a multi-faceted approach to every challenge he takes on. But his passion, and indeed a heck of a lot of his…
 
Anton LaVey, founder and head priest of the Church of Satan, led a controversial life; he was linked to the death of a famous Hollywood starlet and even a Kennedy brother. In this episode Hannah and Suruthi explore LaVey's early life, from burlesque organ player, to occultist, to being labelled by some as "the most evil man in the world". Join the …
 
Though born and raised in Australia, Romy Samuel left after University to see the world. She's lived in London, Israel, Europe, Melbourne, New York and Sydney. Back in the early 2000’s, she was working in the very male-dominated world of IT. Yet after a few relocations, she found her calling. An avid sneaker collector, Romy put her energy and tech …
 
Watch the full episode here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b5EQGk3H77w&t=49s&ab_channel=RedHanded Calling all Spooky Bitches! Did you know that RedHaunted is back and better than ever on the RedHanded YouTube channel?! 👻 In case you missed it, we’ve decided to upload this little audio highlight for you to feast your ears on… If you like what you …
 
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