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Best Adrian Stock podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Adrian Stock podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Exploring the the way new technology can help you make fantastic photos
 
If you are interested in working from home, then do your homework first before you lose any money on an idea that wasn't meant for you. Give me a listen and check out the website at http://www.myworkfromhomeideas.org
 
Welcome to BizNews Radio where we interview top thought leaders and businesspeople from South Africa and across the globe.
 
The podcast "Law Firm Marketing Catalyst" aims to fuel revenue growth through thought-provoking interviews with forward-thinking lawyers, law firm management, and legal marketers who bring fresh perspectives and innovative approaches to marketing. Your host, Sharon Berman, founded Berbay Marketing & Public Relations more than two decades ago. Since then, the firm has implemented programs for both plaintiff and defense firms across a range of practice areas and industries.
 
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What you’ll learn in this episode: How today’s legal environment is creating unexpected challenges for succession planning. Why it takes a minimum of five years to adequately plan for succession at a small firm. What steps to take to prepare for succession transitioning. What role legal marketing, business development and recruiting professionals p…
 
This week we discuss the interplay and cross-influencing of painting and photography throughout the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries. There are soooo many references to choose from so here is a big long list... Sally Mann, Wet plate of Greta Thunberg, Akihito Takuma, Stephen Shore, Bill Gekas, Max Rive, Gemmy Woud-Binnendijk, John BaederDaniel Castong…
 
What you’ll learn in this episode: The best way for legal marketers and business development professionals to develop frontline sales skills. How the sales process is different from a business development initiative. How small firms can make use of data and metrics in their marketing and business development. Why specializing within a particular in…
 
This week we delve into the world of fads in photography past, present, and future. If you’ve got any to add to our list, let us know! From the early Victorian penchant for post mortem photography, the Cottingley Fairies and hidden mother photography to the more current bread cat (yes, it’s true -google it) just what fads are likely as we go forwar…
 
What you’ll learn in this episode: The power and networking potential of LinkedIn. Why senior lawyers are often reluctant to properly use LinkedIn. The first five action steps lawyers should start with to revitalize their LinkedIn profile. How law firm marketers and business development professionals can persuade lawyers to use LinkedIn. About Bryn…
 
It’s time for a TFOP workflow update! In Ade's ever-changing work-in-progress photo workflow, what's new? Plenty actually - including a JPEG-based process - also plenty of constructive challenge from the team ;-) Fave tools: Apple SD card dongle, iOS 13 Files app, Apple pencil, Snapseed - non-destructive editing with layers and masks and selective …
 
Welcome to 2020! This week we indulge in some fantastical speculation about the future of photography. Always fun and remember to call it out if we are wrong! Links to all our references and speculations... Jessie Reiser, The Death of Retail, Intrepid Camera, Cameradactyl, The Blind Smartphone Camera Test 2019!, Drone armies, Further out: photograp…
 
Happy Holidays to all our listeners, friends and family! Holidays are a time of photographic opportunity and occasionally obligation. To help you maximise/survive the TFOP team offer these creative ideas. Chris: Move that camera, especially around all those Christmas lights.Ade: Theme a shot - Christmas mugshots with presents - one lens, one light,…
 
What you’ll learn in this episode: How Buying Legal Council serves its members and legal marketing professionals in the area of legal procurement through advocacy, education and networking. The three key takeaways from Buying Legal Council’s conference on data-driven decision making. Why the involvement of procurement officers in the process of obt…
 
What you’ll learn in this episode: How Gabe’s career path differs from that of most law professors, and how he came to focus on legal innovation and technology How Gabe’s time working for the U.S. Government in the Secret Service influenced his decision to go to law school Why Gabe left working at his law firm and moved to academia, and why he is p…
 
Chris and Jeremiah discuss a topic that has always been at the foundation of photography and that in future, with sheer unlimited possibilities, play an even greater role: creativity. What is it, what can it be and where will it go? Picks of the week: 99pi - episode "The Kirkbride Plan", Miyu Kojima, kodokushi (link 2), toothpaste for dinner.…
 
What you’ll learn in this episode: How Hannah has spent her entire career in the legal industry, how she came to work in HR, and how she is SHRM (Society for Human Resource Management) certified How Hannah came to discover her passion for the business side of a law firm and why she chose to focus on the business side Hannah describes her work on th…
 
The start of a mammoth conversation on movie making past, present and FUTURE (of course). We talk colour, equipment, vision and story, story, story in this first slice. Picks of the week: 99pi is a great podcast, and this show in particular. This Unreal Engine resource is a glimpse into the future of production. And how about getting inspired by so…
 
What you’ll learn in this episode: The type of data JD Supra provides to client firms that can help refine marketing and business development efforts. Trends in the adoption of technology by law firms. What services JD Supra offers to lawyers and law firms, and how its distribution system works. How law firms have used data to create meaningful int…
 
Sony's 3-layer sensor incorporates not just the light-sensitive pixels, but also some DRAM and logic, sandwiched on top of each other. This enables Sony to achieve high frame rates without the dreaded rolling shutter effect. | Scientists at the university of Utah have developed a lens that is 1000x thinner than regular optics. We speculate about ho…
 
In today's headlines: SA is staring down a recession, says Bloomberg. South Africa’s economy contracted for a second quarter this year economy hasn’t expanded at more than 2% annually since 2013. SAA is on the brink of collapse. Its bosses are trying to buy more time by asking all the big lenders to help it with a cash crunch, while unions represen…
 
Back in 2014, independent money manager Chris Logan spoke out publicly against the strategy being followed by KZN's leading company, Tongaat Hulett. He urged the board and executives to drop their approach of selling off prime commercial real estate to pump the cash into the sugar sector - an area Logan reckoned was the worst commodity to bet on. I…
 
In the latest episode of Rational Radio, South Africa's favourite market commentator David Shapiro unpacked the massive (and complex) put and call options entered into this week by Discovery founder and CEO Adrian Gore. The trades reported on the Stock Exchange News Service relate to Gore's decision to borrow money to contribute his share of Discov…
 
In the headlines today: President Cyril Ramaphosa has warned that South Africa faces a grave water crisis. In his weekly letter to citizens, he says: “Unless we take drastic measures to conserve water sources and promote efficient use, water insecurity will become the biggest developmental and economic challenge facing this country. Our current ene…
 
A bit like a multinational Stokvel, the Washington-based International Monetary Fund acts as the banker of last resort for member countries which get themselves into difficulties. To prepare itself, the IMF has a regular programme of sending surveillance teams to assess its potential exposure - and where it finds problems, to encourage members to a…
 
In today's business headlines: Companies are starting to lose faith that South African Airways can and will be saved. Sanlam Travel Insurance Consultants said it would exclude SAA from its insolvency cover and Flight Centre has stopped selling SAA tickets. An investigation into alleged wrongdoing at Tongaat Hulett found that a group of at least 10 …
 
There's no business on earth which doesn't carry risk, says Orbvest chairman and co-founder Hennie Bezuidenhoudt. But after scouring the global property landscape for suitable offshore investment opportunities, Bezuidenhoudt and his Orbvest colleagues specialised in the US medical property market for good reason. In this insightful interview he exp…
 
In today's business headlines: Eskom has posted a surprising R1.3 billion rand profit in the six months through September, which is almost double that of the previous year thanks to higher tariffs. The Reserve Bank says there is a high likelihood that the South African government’s finances would deteriorate further posing a risk to the stability o…
 
Piet Viljoen, top money manager and founder of RECM, linked up with old pal Alec Hogg in this week's episode of Rational Radio to talk about his alma maters Allan Gray and the recently renamed Ninety One (Investec Asset Management). He offers some scathing opinions on Tiger Brands - a company whose shares he has avoided for years - and puts it down…
 
In today's business headlines: South African business confidence improved in the fourth quarter for the first time in almost two years owing to a recovery in residential activity and expectations of a good Christmas shopping season. The Rand Merchant Bank business confidence Index rose to 26 for the fourth quarter from a decade low of 21 in the pre…
 
Eimear introduces us to land/earth art, with Andy Goldsworthy's art as a great example. We explore how this art form depends on other media and how you would show and present this art to audiences that are not in the position to go there. VR? Photography? And would that become its own new form of art in the process? | Picks of the week: Samir Belha…
 
In today's headlines: How many wealthy people are there in South Africa? A new report suggests that there are just over 2,000 individuals with net assets of $10m (R150m) and more and just under 40,000 South Africans with net assets of about $1m (R15m) or more. In his weekly newsletter to citizens President Cyril Ramaphosa lambasted business for fai…
 
21 year old Aphelele Mvamva lives with her sister in the Kayamandi township just outside Stellenbosch. It means “nice place” in iXhosa but the hostel that she lives in, is anything but. As a little girl, she was shuttled between the Eastern Cape and Stellenbosch where her mother Nokalothi was a vineyard worker. This lifestyle meant she was forced t…
 
Absa, one of South Africa's biggest banks, turned a blind eye to money laundering. That's abundantly clear from the evidence Forensics for Justice founder Paul O'Sullivan has pieced together. Absa is hiding behind technicalities to avoid explaining its role in state capture and corruption at Eskom, which is the state entity that is the most trouble…
 
Fireworks are likely when two of South Africa's top companies host shareholders at their annual general meetings this week. Tracey Davies, an environmental lawyer turned shareholder activist (LLB at UCT, LLM at NYU), intends peppering questions at the directors of Sasol (Wednesday) and FirstRand (Thursday). In the latest episode of Rational Radio t…
 
After getting a blast last week over his Sasol comments from an environmental activist, David Shapiro spent time investigating the hot new trend among investors called ESG - Environmental, Social, Governance. He concludes that the business of business is no longer just business. This has significant implications for investible assets as Shapiro exp…
 
The International Monetary Fund, which has slashed its growth forecast to just above zero for South Africa, warns that only radical reform will turbo-charge the country's economy. President Cyril Ramaphosa is at the centre of a race row. First he appointed a white man to head Eskom, and in the next breath he slammed the business sector for not doin…
 
Friday's report from ratings agency S&P switched its outlook on South Africa from "neutral" to "negative" - signalling another credit downgrade is on that cards. That would take the country's sovereign debt rating to three notches below the all-important Investment Grade level. Most analysts are focusing on another of the Big Three ratings agencies…
 
A storm has erupted around around a front page Sunday Times report that SABC's directors resolved to approach the State Security Agency to help address "leaking" of board minutes. Harvard-educated SABC chairman Bongumusa Makhatini reacted aggressively, accusing the newspaper of pursuing a commercial agenda and using fake news to attack the national…
 
In today's business headlines: South Africa could fall deeper into junk territory after Standard & Poor's Global Ratings agency cut the outlook on its assessment of the nation’s debt to negative, citing slow growth, the upwardly revised fiscal deficit and a growing debt burden. South African Airways restored a full flight service yesterday. It foll…
 
In today's business headlines: Former State security minister Bongani Bongo has been arrested in a case related to bribery at state owned companies in what is seen as Cyril Ramaphosa’s first action to end corruption. Bosasa assets cannot be put up for sale. That is according to Jared Watson, the nephew of company CEO Gavin Watson after liquidators,…
 
There is a strong school that believes those who have accumulated wealth make great philanthropists because they understand how to leverage their resources for maximum impact. In this fascinating interview, Perry Feldman shares a practical example of this by unpacking an innovative homeowner focused project championed by the South Africa's Free Mar…
 
In today's business headlines: The government has ruled out intervention in the ongoing battle between South African Airways and unions leading the strike. Assets belonging to several entities of Bosasa, which include the company's former headquarters and a copper plant will be auctioned off over three days in December.* Former Prasa head, Lucky Mo…
 
After a short break, my weekly Rational Radio returned to a new Monday lunchtime slot with a bonus added to the usual hour. The extra time was to ensure space for this interview with the independent financial advisor being threatened with an unyielding “rules-are-rules” edict by an unbending Sanlam bureaucracy. I’ve known Capetonian David Melvill f…
 
What you’ll learn in this episode: Steps for every attorney to think like a business owner. The three key pillars necessary for developing a prosperous practice. Trends in legal marketing and business development. As president and chief strategist of KLA Marketing Associates based in New Jersey, Kimberly Rice provides strategic marketing advisory s…
 
Many in the financial services sector would prefer that independent advisor Magnus Heystek had never been born. The former financial editor and founder of Brenthurst Wealth enjoys ruffling powerful feathers, using facts to puncture the facade created by billions spent on carefully crafted marketing campaigns. He's at it again this week, warning tha…
 
How do we best represent climat change in our images. One newspaper has made some choices - what do the team feel about that. And sports coverage has taken an uncomfortable turn | Picks of the week: A: Obsolete and Discontinued - a book edited by Mike Crawford. The work of Annuar Patjane. Fyuse app | Twitter: @tfopnow…
 
A budding entrepreneur won a gold medal for her invention of a seeded paper tape that took the guess work out of gardening. This idea, born out of frustration when planting a vegetable garden, was put on the back burner while she completed her qualification in architecture. Once qualified, the temptation to follow a paid job was there, but Claire R…
 
Yields on Eskom’s 2021 dollar bonds jumped the most in more than three months after the appointment of Andre de Ruyter as chief executive officer, showing that bond investors aren’t showing much faith in the utility’s new boss, reports Bloomberg. Many SAA workers have ignored the call by unions to go on strike to demand higher wages, says Reuters. …
 
The wrapping continues to come off the Bosasa story, a dramatic tale of bribery corruption and intrigue which has kept the chattering classes entertained throughout 2019. The late Gavin Watson was tried and convicted in the court of public opinion on the say-so of his former COO Angelo Agrizzi, star witness at the Zondo Commission of Inquiry into S…
 
South Africa appointed Andre de Ruyter as chief executive officer of Eskom, the debt-strapped utility that provides about 95% of the nation’s electricity and poses the biggest threat to its economy. De Ruyter, currently CEO of packaging firm Nampak, will take up the post on Jan. 15, the Department of Public Enterprises said in a statement. South Af…
 
South Africa's favourite market commentator David Shapiro reflects on Sasol's disastrous month and finds a silver lining in a share price that he reckons looks incredibly cheap; and encourages the Ramaphosa Administration to make the right call when deciding on the new Eskom CEO - because the person at the top, he reckons, has a critical influence …
 
Highly respected and newly independent asset manager Jean-Pierre Verster provides perspective on two of today's major company news releases. The proprietor of Protea Capital Management says the fact that Steinhoff did not disclose the price of two large sales of subsidiaries today - in Australia and the UK - speaks volumes for this money manager. A…
 
In today's business headlines: John Steenhuisen has been elected as the interim federal leader of the Democratic Alliance and says race is not being ignored by the party. South African Airways has resumed some of its international flights last night but wage strikes are continuing. A security breach at arms manufacturer Denel may have led to the th…
 
The Democratic Alliance has elected its former Parliamentary chief whip and leader of the party in Parliament, John Steenhuisen as its interim leader. He beat Gauteng MPL Makashule Gana in the vote for the leadership. It follows a period of uncertainty following the resignation of Mmusi Maimane that led the party for four years. Ivan Meyer was elec…
 
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