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  • Don't F--- With Elon, Read Aloud

    Did the Tesla CEO cross ethical lines when he took down a junior engineer? | Featured in the March 18, 2019 issue of Bloomberg Businessweek

  • Sprott Money News Weekly Wrap-up - 3.15.19
    Sprott Money News

    Eric Sprott discusses the week that was in precious metals and looks ahead to a volatile week next.

  • How To Crush It In 2019

    Entrepreneurship today really needs to be more grounded in practicality. Really implore you all to either start saving cash or invest your cash back into your business — the economy isn’t going to be good forever, and when things get slow, people aren’t going to talk about things like “passive income” the same way they do today. 0:00 - I worked 18 hours a day for 15 years 5:03 - Passive income needs practicality 15:55 - Changing your perspective on life 22:05 - How to prepare for the coming economic collapse 32:33 - How to escape the rat race Excited for you guys to listen to this podcast - tweet me what you thought @GaryVee!  

  • How To Make Every Penny Work Like a Dollar

    A lot of companies are going to go out of business over the next decade for one main reason: Humans don’t like change. If you’re plan to be in business for the long term and you’re holding “what worked” in the past on a pedestal, I really hope this podcast changes the way you look at things. This is a keynote I gave in Vegas at the International Franchise Association on Facebook and Instagram marketing in 2019, the rise of voice and machine learning, and more. 3:20 - I've always been chasing the attention of the end consumer   7:58 - I didn't come from a corporate environment   14:40 - I lose when I lose because then it's my fault   23:20 - You're taking real money and throwing it in the garbage   28:40 - Voice is going to put you out   39:46 - What I learn from growing up in a family business environment What was your biggest takeaway from this? Tweet @GaryVee and let me know    

  • Avsnitt 290 - Optimism is a force multiplier

    Clas Ohlson kollapsar efter att Lotta Lyrå inte lyckats leverera det hon lovat, precis enligt Johans plan. I podden berättar han hur han ser på deras framtid. Ljus eller mörk? du får gissa en gång. Kungarna på Tylösand har lynchat spritsorter och det är oroande för ett norskt bolag. Flygbolag, spritbolag, byggbolag och retail, allt i en och samma podd. Lyssna!

  • How To Start: A Guide To Overcoming Fear

    I’m so desperate to to get you all to the point where you’re executing on your ambitions. It’s why I put out so much content, spitting the same truth in different ways until something “breaks through.” In this podcast, I talk about how to start and some mindset shifts to get past some of those common fears in the beginning. 1:45 - the fear of losing trumps the excitement of victory for so many people ​5:20 - what's the ROI of your mother 6:30 - how to get other people to see what you're doing​ 10:28 - 1 out of 147 is better than 0 Listen and tweet me what you thought @GaryVee!

  • Replacement anxiety: White supremacist terrorism
    The Economist
    News & Politics

    The terrorist attack in Christchurch, New Zealand, has left 50 people dead and a lot of unanswered questions. How big a threat are violent white supremacists? We take a look at a network of museums in China trying to commemorate that country’s murderous experience in the 20th century without offending the Communist Party. And our San Francisco correspondent goes in pursuit of free stuff - a lot of it-in the Bay Area.

  • Quadruple Down on What’s Working — ASAP

    Really excited to share this mashup with you guys - it’s a series of a few meetings I had with Kickstradomis, Kablito, and 4Ds alum Jasmine Star. Lots of important takeaways here on using adversity to your advantage, getting people to “realize your worth”, and some tactical business advice for you entrepreneurs. :26 - Jamming with custom shoe artist Kickstradomis 2:25 - Sit down with singer-songwriter Kablito 11:22 - Catch up with self taught photographer Jasmine Star Check it out and let me know what your favorite part was @GaryVee on twitter

  • What To Do If You Don't Want To Go To College

    If you’re 25, you could literally die and live an entirely new life up to this point, and you’d still barely be at “halftime.” That’s why I tell so many 18, 22, 25, and 30 year olds to just put their head down and grind for a decade - if they have the ambition to build something for the rest of their lives. In this podcast with Pencils of Promise founder Adam Braun, I talk more about what to do if you don’t want to go to college, what to do after high school, and more. 1:49 - advice on what to do after high school if you don't want to go to college 4:25 - understanding comes with doing 8:15 - when you're 18 you just have to put your head down for 15 years Check it out and tweet me what you think @GaryVee with #GVReplay

  • Can't deal with it: Brexit
    The Economist
    News & Politics

    It’s been another brutal week for Britain’s prime minister as her deal to leave Europe was swatted down comprehensively—again. As a delay to Brexit looks likely, we ask what all the chaos reveals about how Brexit will ultimately play out. Ahead of global climate protests by schoolchildren, we examine how a proposal regarding geoengineering—radically reversing the effects of climate change—reflects coming squabbles over regulating the approaches. And, why is it so difficult to open an Irish pub in Ireland?

  • Why You Need to Start Storytelling Today

    There’s so much opportunity available today but what most people don’t realize is, this all goes away. Eventually, Facebook and Instagram advertising will become like the Yellow Pages or billboards — that’s why I’m trying to get so many of you to “squeeze” while this opportunity is still available to you. In this podcast, I talk about some tactics and strategies you can use to storytelling around your brand 0:30 - The internet is the single most underrated thing in society 1:30 - How to scale your local business through a TV show 5:30 - Should you focus on your personal brand, business brand, or both? 10:40 - Take advantage of social media while you can Listen and let me know what you thought, tweet @GaryVee.

  • EXECUTION OVER EMOTION: The Real Secret To Dominating Your World, with Andy Frisella - MFCEO292
    The MFCEO Project

    There are days that nothing in you wants to do anything productive. You have these huge goals, but you feel like being a lazy f*ck.  You’d rather lay on the couch & eat donuts instead of run 20 miles. You’d rather watch Netflix for hours than invest the time & energy needed to build your business. Other “experts” talk about how to power through those negative emotions & perform. I can tell you how to do that, too…& more than that. I can teach you how to LOVE the days that test your will.

  • How to Keep Your Mind Right When Everything Is Going Wrong, with Andy Frisella - MFCEO291
    The MFCEO Project

    We all have bad days.We all have days where nothing seems to be going right, at work & in our personal lives. On those days, average people get their cages rattled, lose their focus, get derailed, & end the day with nothing accomplished. But the reality is, it doesn’t matter how much crap & chaos your day holds. You can keep your mind right, your attitude on point, & your day productive. In this episode, I tell you how I do it & how you can, too.

  • The Economist asks: Ricky Gervais
    The Economist
    News & Politics

    Anne McElvoy asks the award-winning stand-up comedian and creator of "The Office" whether there are any taboos left in comedy and if it matters when people are offended. They discuss seeing the funny side of illness, addiction, death and grief in his new comedy, “After Life”, and whether dogs might save the world

  • Facebook’s Never Ending Crisis, Read Aloud

    Facebook’s Crisis Management Algorithm Runs on Outrage: One year after the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Mark Zuckerberg says the company really cares. Then why is there an endless cycle of fury and apology? Featured in the March 18, 2019 issue of Bloomberg Businessweek.

  • Babbage: Pioneers of the WWW
    The Economist
    News & Politics

    Kenneth Cukier gets in the Babbage time machine and travels to 1989, when Sir Tim Berners-Lee wrote the famous memo that laid the foundations for the world wide web. Kenn speaks to some of the other key figures that influenced its invention, like Ted Nelson and Vint Cerf, and then asks what the WWW might look like in the future.

  • Tasting menu: Audio highlights from the March 16th 2019 edition
    The Economist
    News & Politics

    After Theresa May’s deal was decisively rejected for a second time, Brexit will almost certainly be delayed. It is time for Parliament to seize the initiative. Plus, how sharing a plate of food could help international diplomacy. And, the world wide web has turned 30—what does its future hold? Lane Greene hosts

  • Lights out: Venezuela’s blackout
    The Economist
    News & Politics

    Power cuts in Caracas have endangered lives and deepened the misery of Venezuelans. It’s another sign of the corruption that pervades the Maduro regime. Also, how do you make a 10,000 ton ship disappear? And the Hebrew bible - otherwise known as the old testament - gets a fresh new translation. Music courtesy of Ethan James McCollum

  • 112 Minutes of My Community Thanking Their Community

    A few weeks ago, I put up an Instagram post where I asked people to make a video thanking people for following them. This podcast is a 112 minute compilation of those who saw my post and made a “thank you” video of their own. Hope this video inspires you all to keep perspective and stay grateful today!! 7:02 - Thank you for supporting me on this journey called life 13:42 - I hope you're motivated to do something for yourself 25:32 - Shout out to everyone trying to get better Hit me up on Twitter @GaryVee and let me know what you thought of this

  • This Morning with Gordon Deal March 18, 2019
    News & Politics

    Thousands flee Midwest flooding, transportation department to scrutinize development of Boeing’s 737 MAX, and how smartphone addicts try to break the habit.