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Best Luis Eric podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Luis Eric podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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The best startup advice from Silicon Valley & beyond. Iconic CEOs — from Nike to Netflix, Starbucks to Slack — share the stories & strategies that helped them grow from startups into global brands. On each episode, host Reid Hoffman — LinkedIn cofounder, Greylock partner and legendary Silicon Valley investor — proves an unconventional theory about how businesses scale, while his guests share the story of how I built this company. Reid and guests talk entrepreneurship, leadership, strategy, m ...
 
Hard Salsa Radio PODCAST features the best Radio DJs and DJ sets around the world. Some of the DJs include: DJ Luis Speedy Gonzalez, El Caobo, Carmen La Salsera4Ever, Beer Run Bobby, DJ Nick Aguirre, DJ Duste, DJ Eric B and a host of others that has made a name for themselves on Hard Salsa Radio
 
Hoping to further the education of the artistic community and foster it’s vitality; Hurry Up & Wait, LA invites professional creatives (in front of a live studio audience) to share their personal artistic journeys and humorous insights on what it takes to succeed as artist in today’s competitive industry. Hosted by Jorge - Luis Pallo & Veronica Roy Music/Audio by Samuel Colby Produced by Landis Aponte Recorded live, monthly at Scott Sedita Acting Studios
 
Renegade Real Estate Coach Glenn Twiddle and his Rebellious partner Naomi take on the problems of the real estate agent’s world, with ‘out of the box’ tactics bound to annoy your competition. Glenn Twiddle, author of the best selling book ‘Punching Above Your Weight’, has become synonymous with ‘Out of the Box’ marketing ideas for the real estate industry, constantly testing the boundaries of ‘attention getting’ tactics in order to help agents get noticed, get trusted and get hired. Having b ...
 
What is your relationship with your business? Are you stressed, tired, overwhelmed? Going nowhere? Entrepreneurs can feel stressed and burnout, so if that’s you? You are not alone. Kajal Khurana (KK) interviews experts who share their knowledge on how they have overcome stress/burnout and also shares tools and techniques you can implement to 10x your business. Stressful situations in business are what makes entrepreneurs journey either fruitful or futile. KK is a certified Yoga Therapist wit ...
 
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The pandemic has hurt many businesses – but PayPal isn't one of them. PayPal has boomed as e-commerce purchases have swelled, with the stock up more than 50% this year and a new demographic of the 50+ joining the platform. That doesn't mean though, that CEO Dan Schulman hasn't had a slew of adjustments and worries to manage. PayPal recently committ…
 
Josh is known as the Rogue Teacher. He is the creator of Course Building Accelerator and an award winning educator. He has empowered thousands of entrepreneurs to create digital courses that have true impact.In this episode Josh talks to us about his entrepreneurial journey and what are some of strategies and systems he uses to stay focused. He als…
 
There's no quick fix to 400 years of oppression, says Color Of Change president Rashad Robinson. One of the largest racial justice organizations in the US, Color Of Change works with decision-makers in business and government to enact systemic change. In 2020, Color Of Change has seen its membership swell — along with its impact. Rashad's group rai…
 
In this episode Luis D. Camejo shares awesome tips from their own journey on how these brothers started focusing on just one thing and implemented everything they learnt from the one course they bought. They had challenges along their way but they never gave up. They believed in IMPLEMENTATION which got them all the success.In last 6 months they 6x…
 
To survive a crisis, you have to double down on who you already are as a company. This is something Ellen Kullman knows, having led DuPont through the 2008-2009 financial crisis, and taken the CEO role at 3D-printing unicorn Carbon only weeks before Covid hit. Through her years as a leader, Ellen has developed four crisis principles that allowed he…
 
In this episode Dr. Wasi shares his journey of becoming and an entrepreneur after studying and practicing medicine for more than a decade. He explains beautifully how writing your beliefs might be scary in the beginning but the more you do it you will get comfortable with it, it will help you shift your identity, it will eventually help you peel of…
 
In this episode Eric shares golden golden golden multiple golden :-) nuggets about being an entrepreneur and how he changed his relationship with food to get healthy before he started "Wildfit".Eric says as an entrepreneur your mental health is everything, your ability to be in a good mood as you don't want to make decisions when you are in a bad m…
 
"This was like 1918, 1929 and 1968 in one week," says Darren Walker, president of the Ford Foundation. With the pandemic, economic crisis, and civil unrest all coming together after George Floyd's death, Walker found himself flooded with calls from CEOs struggling for how to respond. Walker's advice mixes clear-eyed messages — denying the trauma bo…
 
Startups are audacious. They’re big. They’re world-changing. But you can’t achieve scale on day one. Sometimes the best way to achieve that monumental success tomorrow is to take a teeny tiny step today. This is what Charles Best did when he founded one of the world’s first crowdfunding platforms, DonorsChoose. For 20 years, the nonprofit has been …
 
A surprisingly candid and upbeat interview on the industry hardest hit by the pandemic. Delta saw seat bookings fall to less than 5% of normal, had 40,000 employees go on unpaid leave, and raised $14 billion in funding – all to withstand a cash burn that still stands at $30 million a day. To rebuild traveler trust, Delta CEO Ed Bastian has enacted …
 
The return of Open Minds UFO Radio! The new format will be Alejandro discussing the news of the week with a guest. This week's guest: Radio Host and Journalist Lee Speigel. News includes: Senators want the public to see the government's UFO reports Trump says he's heard 'very interesting' things about Roswell, site of an alleged UFO event…
 
Every great founder has a second purpose — something outside their main business they're trying to get done in the world. And every successful company is like a Trojan Horse, carrying this second purpose forward. No one knows this better than Robert F. Smith. You may know him for his legendary Morehouse commencement speech (in which he promised to …
 
What can your business do right now in the struggle against racism? More than you think, says Shellye Archambeau, former CEO of MetricStream, now a board member at Verizon, Nordstrom and Okta. She returns to the show with her all-too-rare perspective as a Black woman at the top of some of the world’s largest businesses. The struggle is a marathon, …
 
Forget writing that business plan. Design an experiment instead. So many products and companies fail because the assumptions in their beautiful business plans were just wrong. So stop writing and start testing. No one knows this better than Eric Ries, author of The Lean Startup and founder of the Long-Term Stock Exchange. After his first product fa…
 
GM is now reopening auto plants, after shutting them in March, temporarily reducing pay for 69,000 employees, and making a fast pivot to produce masks and ventilators. But with the killing of George Floyd, things are hardly back to normal. Chair and CEO Mary Barra speaks to her “profound feeling of sadness,” but also to her optimism that the countr…
 
In this episode Siobhan shares her own life story on how she couldn't read when she was in school and she self taught her on how to read. Coming from an entrepreneur family background she knew how stressful it is to be a full time business owner. Plus her husband went through "Chronic Fatigue Syndrome", which initially was not diagnosed for a few y…
 
How do you 👀find new markets when your old ones stall? How do you stay agile when your team is overwhelmed? And do constraints always lead to creativity — really? In this Strategy Session recorded in the height of the global pandemic, Reid fields smart questions from six entrepreneurs with Village Global, an early stage VC that’s backed by some of …
 
BuzzFeed audience is at record highs. But the pandemic's economic effects have crushed the bottom line. BuzzFeed co-founder and CEO Jonah Peretti shares how his company is making hard decisions to build long-term stability. “But the transition is painful,” he says. While BuzzFeed is leaning into food vertical Tasty, new e-commerce habits, and BuzzF…
 
New graduates 🎓are like entrepreneurs — standing on the edge of that cliff, ready to build their own plane and fly. But what if the blue skies and calm winds disappear? In a commencement speech for 2020 graduates — and anyone embarking on something new — our host Reid Hoffman says: Be optimistic. Be bold. But most of all, steer toward the opportuni…
 
Joanie has a conversation with Luis Socconini, the Director of the Lean Six Sigma Institute and master blackbelt in Lean Six Sigma. He is the author of several books on Lean practices and has run over 300 projects in Mexico, the United States, Spain, and South America. He is an engineer by training and he has several certificates in quality and man…
 
"Being the first to close is one thing. But I don't want to be the last to open,” says iconic restaurateur Danny Meyer in his second Rapid Response interview. After shutting his iconic New York City restaurants, laying off 2,000 staffers (with hopes to re-hire) and returning a $10m PPP, Danny finds himself reconsidering nearly everything about his …
 
In this episode Brandon talks to us about his journey and what helped him escape burnouts. He uses filters on social media to avoid getting distracted. He has created digital courses to help entrepreneurs on how to leverage automation and Facebook.Brandon Duff is a serial entrepreneur, real estate investor, and a money friend.You can get in contact…
 
Since One Medical’s IPO in January, CEO Amir Rubin has been forced to constantly adapt to the coronavirus pandemic, as healthcare needs, expectations, and behaviors shifted. From telemedicine to Covid-19 testing, One Medical has leaned into existing advantages to scale quickly: standing up respiratory care clinics and testing centers; revamping vir…
 
Crowdsourcing is more than a group of people interested in the same cause, it’s a way to tap skills – and scale – that you don’t have. And when it works, it can be the rocket fuel that launches you to scale further than you could have ever imagined. No one knows this better than Luis von Ahn, founder and CEO of Duolingo. Duolingo is a language app …
 
"It's like getting hit in the face over and over and over,” says Warby Parker co-CEO Neil Blumenthal. But “crisis brings out clarity.” At Warby, planning for the future has meant leaning into the present — from physical changes in their factory and stores that ensure social distancing to optimizing online vision tests. Blumenthal shares the complex…
 
In today's episode we have a fireside chat with Fernando Flores, where he shares his journey of overcoming emotional stress and moving from being an Attorney to a high performance coach/entrepreneur. He spoke about how emotionally being healthy helped him understand his clients better and what roles health and wellness has in an entrepreneurs life.…
 
In Part 2, Angela arrives at Apple, which feels like another planet after her years in fashion. In never-before heard stories, Angela shares how she learned the language of tech (the physical store is the ‘hardware’; the experience inside the ‘software’), then introduces innovations that change the face of Apple retail, from an app (The Loop) that …
 
Data streaming, videoconferencing – even phone calls are way up at Verizon amid Covid-19, as digital interaction steps in for IRL. But boom times don't mean easy times for CEO Hans Vestberg, who moved over 100,000 employees remote in two weeks. As coronavirus hit and pressure on the Verizon network skyrocketed, Vestberg split his leadership team in…
 
The Apple logo. The iconic Burberry check. These images inspire loyalty of customers and employees alike. But it takes more than a beloved brand to power a company and motivate a team. No one knows this better than Angela Ahrendts, former SVP of retail at Apple, and the former CEO of Burberry. Angela has spent most of her career learning how to imb…
 
In sports, everyone has an opinion on every hire, every trade, every price change. That’s the reality – and also the privilege, says Scott O'Neil, CEO of the Philadelphia 76ers and New Jersey Devils. When the NBA dramatically shut down its season MID-PLAY, O'Neil's life changed in a very public way. He has faced new leadership challenges that inclu…
 
In the Covid-19 storm, treating hospital patients requires constant iteration, creative information-sharing, and worst-case-scenario planning. Dr. Bon Ku, an ER physician and director of the Health Design Lab at Jefferson University in Philadelphia, takes us inside the practice and mindset required to perform under extraordinary pressure. He offers…
 
Will the U.S. run out of food? Can the world's food supply chains survive coronavirus? Sara Menker, founder and CEO of Gro Intelligence, which parses 650 trillion agricultural data points daily, shares eye-opening insights based on real-time facts. Learn about the hidden forces that impact what we see on shelves -- and why we might be worrying abou…
 
Brooke Evans teaches how to close high ticket sales by Memoir Method, its important to make your clients feel understood more than making them understand you. In this episode she is dropping some golden nuggets like:-Poor mindset focus on the cost of things and rich minded people focus on the value of things. -There are no shortcuts to burnouts but…
 
What do you do when you can’t serve customers in cafes and carry on business as usual? You try unusual things, says Panera CEO Niren Chaudhary. Forced to close cafes and restructure teams, Panera is leveraging its advantages (like a robust e-commerce system) to launch a slew of initiatives, from Panera Grocery to contactless delivery to Together Wi…
 
Everyone's looking for a box of crisis tricks. But the hard truth is that it simply doesn’t exist, says retired General Stanley McChrystal. Instead of looking for a new style, McChrystal says, lead with the same things that motivate people on a normal basis: Be honest about the path ahead, communicate clearly and build your team up. With calm reass…
 
Pet adoptions have soared during the coronavirus lockdown, as people seek companionship and solace. For Chewy, the pet-supply company, that’s driving unprecedented demand. Ultra-rapid growth has its own set of challenges that CEO Sumit Singh is responding to by: hiring (at 13,000 employees, with plans to add another 6,000 to 10,000 by end of year.)…
 
In the US, local governments are leading the response to COVID-19 – making decisions and gathering data at a speed and scale never before seen. And many of them are asking Jen Pahlka for help. The founder and past chair of Code for America, she co-founded U.S. Digital Response, a nonpartisan group that matches experts with local governments to work…
 
In this episode David Adam talks to us about his journey and hardships to become a successful coach.With an example of the book "Dig your well before you're thirsty" he shares the importance of networking, so you have people to support you when you need them. He also talks about how champions become champions with some great advice for entrepreneur…
 
Every day in a pandemic is different, and that’s true for people and for corporations. CEO Brian Cornell has promised Target will keep its doors open. To do that, Target is becoming "a good student," says Brian, listening to experts, collaborating with CEOs, staying flexible, and meeting daily to make decisions on an ever changing list of prioritie…
 
TaskRabbit remains open for business, says CEO Stacy Brown-Philpot. As the magnitude and severity of the pandemic became clear – and as workers across the U.S. were furloughed and services cut – TaskRabbit leaned into the work they do: providing services to those who need them and empowering Taskers with new opportunities for income, including virt…
 
Joanie has a conversation with Bob Salomon, president of CIO Systems. One of the coolest things about Bob is his willingness to talk about how he’s dealt with dyslexia and ADD and how that actually motivated him to get into tech. Bob also talks about how they “make IT boring” at CIO Systems. They do IT security and support and help employees more b…
 
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