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Best Dichotomy Media podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Dichotomy Media podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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From careers and family, to life and everything in between. Uncut, raw, punch you right in the face style of branding and business. From a Marine Corps/SOCOM perspective to a born entrepreneurs. Get ready for a no nonsense style to approaching life and how two different perspectives of leadership create a dichotomy that leads to success day in and day out.
 
Matt Klinman is a comedy writer (The Onion, Funny or Die, Adult Swim), Ethan Strauss is a sports writer (The Athletic, ESPN). They are two long-time friends who started their careers on the internet but keep finding themselves having conversations about how the digital world has become increasingly cancerous, bleak, centralized and lame. Is Facebook destroying the internet? Is Twitter destroying politics? Is Instagram destroying children? Is this false dichotomy destroying rational arguments ...
 
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Part 1 of 2 - Being recognized as the go-to trusted professional is the best thing you can do for your business. When you're clients log on to Facebook, we want them to see you. When they go to their children's school event, you should be there. When they check their mail, do they have something from you? In this episode of Real Talk, we discuss th…
 
As the sole retailer and distributor of the PepsiCo brand of drinks, Etika Holdings' products are a familiar sight on shelves around the world. Yet in this age of tougher competition, volatile raw material prices, and changing consumer behaviour, how will the retailer of Pepsi, Wonda Coffee, and Goodday milk fare? We ask Etika Holdings CEO, Khalid …
 
Langkawi a sleepy backwater has been transformed into a major tourist destination but the question is for the billions that have been poured into its development, did it achieve its goal? We speak to Dr Hezri Adnan, CEO of Langkawi Development Authority to find out what the next phase of growth is and will there be a shift towards diversifying its …
 
Karex Berhad became the world’s largest condom manufacturer in 2012 with the ability to produce 5 billion pieces and sell over 3 billion to supply more than 140 countries. While still in the green, Karex’s bottom line has seen much better days. Roshan speak to Miah Kiat to dive into what’s squeezing profit margins, get into the firm’s attempt to go…
 
This is our first episode of Real Talk. This is where we will speak specifically to marketing and working in the real estate industry including lenders. Joining us on these podcasts will be Alex Caragiannides. He runs a digital marketing agency by the name of BSM Vault. Make sure to check out our Day One Dollar Zero Facebook page where we always li…
 
Scientists have been warning governments of a coronavirus outbreak similar to the Wuhan virus due to human contact with wildlife. But often times, business interests win out over science. We speak with David Quammen, author of Spillover: Animal Infections and the Next Human Pandemic” on ways to respond more quickly to a zoonotic virus outbreak and …
 
When you're setting out to achieve a goal, most people fail right out of the gate. Why? Because there's a specific system that can be applied to help you get there, and a lot of people don't know what that it. In this episode, Will and Eli discuss how you can reverse engineer a goal down to the smallest 2-3 things that need to be accomplished daily…
 
In conjunction with the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we ask the question: is enough being done to encourage more women to take up leadership posts in STEM fields? To help us answer this, on the Breakfast Grille we speak to molecular biologist and President of the Academy of Sciences Malaysia, Professor Datuk Dr. Asma Ismail, abo…
 
With slightly more than 80,000 voters, Fahmi Fadzil the member of Parliament for Lembah Pantai has his hands full tackling issues of education, unemployment, urban renewal and housing. On the Breakfast Grille, he tells us the challenges of being a KL MP, his working relationship with DBKL and its mayor and his views on the 3rd vote. He also weighs …
 
It is undeniable that tourism dollars and by extension promotional dollars are important to the economy. But what is the promotional message in the wake of the coronavirus fears especially when 2020 has been earmarked as a Visit Malaysia Year? We also find out the strategy for Chinese and Indian tourist arrivals who outspend the top visitors, Singa…
 
We're excited to bring to you our 50th episode of Day One Dollar Zero. In the wake of all of the recent stories around politics, the super bowl, and sports icons passing away, we saw a lot of people sharing their opinion on social media. This sparked some thought with and made us start asking the question "Where are people putting their energy?". I…
 
Innature Bhd is the sole retailer and distributor for The Body Shop products in Malaysia, Vietnam and Cambodia. Now, as they head towards a listing on the 20th of February, part of their IPO proceeds has been earmarked for new business development - as they plan to bring in a second brand, Natura, from Body Shop principal Natura Cosmeticos. We talk…
 
Bike-hailing has been in the news lately, with the government allowing them to operate for 6 months during a proof of concept period. Dego Ride started bike hailing back in late 2016 but was then banned shortly after. Now with the POC the firm is back in business and has the chance to show the potential of bike-hailing, but with with huge players l…
 
Trade with Malaysia, Germany’s economic engine, its contribution to the Eurozone’s common market and efforts to innovate in data and the Internet are on the cards for His Excellency Nikolaus Count Lambsdorff, German Ambassador to Malaysia. He also discusses Germany’s approach to the ongoing Coronavirus outbreak.…
 
Founded in 2015, Carsome is a one-stop shop for car buyers and sellers, providing a full-stack selling solution from inspection to ownership transfer. They’re currently in Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, and Singapore and deal in more than 40,000 cars annually worth over US$300 million. The startup says it reached profitability in Malaysia last year…
 
For the property market, 2019 was a challenging one. But in this new decade, have things taken a turn? Or will property sales still be slow? We speak to Alex Yeow, the Group CEO of listed property developer Tropicana Corporation Berhad to find out how sales have been, what are the property launches in the pipeline and why are they back in the retai…
 
Tan Sri Dr Jeffrey Cheah, one of Malaysia's foremost entrepreneurs, and Founder and Chairman of the Sunway Group, talks about his entrepreneurial journey converting tin mining land to Bandar Sunway; what he would do if he was the Education Minister; and his dreams to establish Sunway as the Harvard of the East through linkages with top universities…
 
The Electoral Reform Committee was formed shortly after GE14, in August of 2018. They were given a two year mandate, with their deadline fast approaching, to come up with ways to reform our domestic processes and close electoral loopholes. Following the submission of their interim report to the Prime Minister, we speak to Tan Sri Abdul Rashid Abdul…
 
It has been more than 3 years since the liberalisation of the general insurance market by Bank Negara Malaysia with a shift to a flexible pricing model for fire and motor insurance. Junior Cho, CEO of Zurich General Insurance Malaysia Berhad, tells us how they have adapted and what their strategies for growth are in this new decade in the era of di…
 
The integrity behind your word and how you work with others is EVERYTHING in business. Putting your clients first doesn't always mean playing hardball or being combative with the other side of a deal either. It means doing what needs to be done to get the deal done smoothly for your client...even if that means putting your ego to the side. Today's …
 
The retail landscape is changing, with more people turning to the convenience of e-commerce to fulfil their shopping needs. Amid this, Sephora has laid out ambitious plans to expand its physical footprint throughout the Asian region, with its largest Malaysian outlet yet opening last weekend in Fahrenheit88, Kuala Lumpur. We speak to Benjamin Vucho…
 
Lendlease, a global property and development company with AUD$100 billion of projects in the pipeline is known for landmark projects like Tate Britain and the Sydney Opera House. This company has now set its sights on TRX with a stake in the lifestyle quarter, so we speak to Tony Lombardo, CEO of Lendlease Asia to find out their plans in this very …
 
This is the follow up to our episode from last week discussing the real work that goes into a partnership like ours. From what most people see, we have a ton of fun and we enjoy doing what we do. But, we didn't get here in our relationship without compromise and a lot of understanding. We hope these two episodes give you some insight into the work …
 
Although later to the game, Touch n’ Go eWallet is amongst the fastest growing mobile payment apps in the country and has been aggressive with its cashbacks, branding and merchant acquisition. However the e-wallet space is crowded and adoption has been slow, with only 8% of the population using e-wallets for payment. So can a name primarily associa…
 
We often hear people tell us how lucky we are to have the partnership that we have. While they are correct, it hasn't come easy and we have had our share of conflict and things we needed to overcome. This episode goes into the history of how we met and some of the big arguments that we've had that have helped create the bond we share today.…
 
Despite a poor FBMKLCI performance for 2019, we take a closer look at equity markets to ask if the dismal performance was across the board. To answer this and also what can we expect for 2020, Patrick Chang, Chief Investment Officer of Asean Equities for Principal Asset Management and Alexander Chia, Head of Regional Equity Research at RHB Investme…
 
RSPO's outgoing CEO Datuk Darrel Webber says that most of its members are compliant in sustainable planting practices but the government needs to look into factors beyond control of plantation companies to fight the haze problem. This also dovetails into the imminent dangers of climate change which need inter-governmental action.…
 
The insurance industry in Malaysia has undergone many challenges in the last decade with tariff liberalisation for General Insurance and the emergence of disruptors in an already crowded field. So we speak to the CEO of Bursa listed Allianz Malaysia Berhad on how this German Insurance company has faces these challenges and also its plans for growth…
 
This is the season for resolutions. Everyone has their opinion on them and they aren't afraid to share it. Today's episode is about taking this time, or any other time, to reflect on your life and make adjustments. Regardless of your positions on New Year's Resolutions, it's a healthy thing to do. We discuss the personal adjustments we are making i…
 
Poverty and inequality have been major themes of the past year, with official statistics being called into question. Roshan discuses these issues with economist Martin Ravallion, they get into the differences between the two issues as well as the NEP, the situation in Malaysia and the importance of education and healthcare when it comes to social w…
 
Today's episode is an after action report for 2019. A year in review discussing the good and the bad for Will and Eli in addition to what's coming up for 2020. We also discuss what an "After Action Report" is and how you can implement them into your company and in your own life to make constant adjustments to stay focused on that "front sight tip".…
 
On The Breakfast Grille this year we had conversations with technoloy companies that want to change the way we live, work and play. Roshan Kanesan takes us through the conversations we had with fintech disruptors Stripe and Transferwise as well as home-sharing platform AirBnB as they aim to improve payments for the internet economy, disrupt remitta…
 
This episode features a good friend and entrepreneur Alex Caragiannides. He's got a great back story which leads to his success as a loan officer and digital marketer. Give this a listen for some great perspective on the climb to success and some good tips on what it takes to build a successful marketing campaign. You can find out more about Alex a…
 
In the last few years, private equity has boomed and ASEAN is no exception. Even the big boys like KKR and TPG are in this region looking for deals. So we ask how do the small firms source and convert the deals in a crowded market. Raja Hamzah Abidin Raja Nong Chik the Managing Partner from RHL ventures tells us it’s about connections and home grou…
 
Ryan Meyer, Managing Director, Asia Pacific at General Assembly (GA), talks about how the global education startup is shaping adult training and education in Asia. A provider of courses for high-in-demand skills such as data science and user experience design, GA was sold to Adecco for $412 million, possibly making it the most valuable education st…
 
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