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Best Tim Ferris podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Tim Ferris podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Tim Ferriss is a self-experimenter and bestselling author, best known for The 4-Hour Workweek, which has been translated into 40+ languages. Newsweek calls him "the world's best human guinea pig," and The New York Times calls him "a cross between Jack Welch and a Buddhist monk." In this show, he deconstructs world-class performers from eclectic areas (investing, chess, pro sports, etc.), digging deep to find the tools, tactics, and tricks that listeners can use.
 
Get Sellers Calling You is a "marketing for real estate agents" podcast with an occasional Christian focus. Created by real estate lead generation expert Beatty Carmichael, this podcast provides prospecting marketing ideas for real estate agents and tips on getting and converting seller leads in your sphere of influence, geographic farming, and all types of marketing. Beatty works with some of the top real estate agents in the country helping them both generate seller leads and convert them ...
 
Welcome to CMO Conversations – a brand new podcast that takes you inside the mind of the modern CMO. Every other week, Drift CMO Tricia Gellman sits down with a different CMO and goes deep on their experience. What did their path to becoming a CMO look like? What advice do they have for up-and-coming marketers? What’s their superpower? And how do they navigate the challenges of a role that's constantly evolving? Because if there's one thing today's CMO can count on – it's change.
 
Game changers, category creators, wellness mavens – and that’s just your hosts! A new podcast series from Zoe Sakoutis and Erica Huss, the founders of the iconic juice brand, Blueprint. As female entrepreneurs who have been in the trenches of “The Business of Being Well” themselves, they’re bringing their battle-tested point of view to the podcast world, swapping stories with wellness entrepreneurs and industry leaders, striking a healthy balance between snark and sincerity, with a giant dos ...
 
This show is for entrepreneurs who want to learn the in's and out's of raising capital in today's marketplace. Learn from exclusive conversations with some of the top executives, leaders, and minds who have been successful and their real stories in front of investors. Hear from our team who has experience working with over 100+ VC's and 600+ B2B SaaS business on their road to raising over 9 billion in capital including the right metrics that matter. Welcome to Get Funded, Stay Funded with De ...
 
The Skilled Profits Show is a podcast show where we aim to make a difference in entrepreneurs lives. The goal of the show is help entrepreneurs face the daily challenges of business and life and live fulfilled while having it all. If you want to learn how to serve people at a much higher level then subscribe to this podcast. Justin Burns host and one of the go to experts in marketing and business. Make sure to visit http://www.skilledprofits.com for the podcast website
 
Author of the #1 Top Selling "How To Podcast" and "Podcast Strategies" books and CEO of The Podcast Partnership, Paul Colligan offers his report on what's REALLY working in the Podcasting industry. No hype, just facts, and a way of understand this new media as the powerful (and paradoxical) disrupter that it is. Topics covered include: the Podcast Industry, Podcast Monetization, Podcast SEO, Podcast Growth, Podcast Audiences, Podcast Charting Strategies, Multicast Marketing, Video Podcasting ...
 
This is the new Gigadial channel. I've decided to consolidate this with three former channels: The CAPOW channel, New England Podcasters, and Ronin Marketeer. I'll add any interesting stuff I find and appreciate any suggestions of interesting podcasts, send them to john{at}themshow.com Edited by John Wall, read more at http://www.RoninMarketeer.com or listen at http://www.MarketingOverCoffee.com
 
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China has stepped up measures to reduce food waste. The "Clean Plate Campaign" comes after Mr Xi highlighted that Covid-19 had "sounded the alarm" on food waste. He added that China had to "maintain a sense of crisis about food security". It also comes after weeks of mass flooding across southern China which left farms wrecked and ruined tons of pr…
 
A lack of control as we grapple with Covid 19 uncertainty, is being blamed for some people buying into conspiracy theories. Some of them are laughable, but theories are spreading about nationwide lockdown, border breaches and speculation on new outbreaks. Otago University psychologist Ana Stojanov told Tim Dower the Covid theories can be linked to …
 
It's not long now until we get a decision on the road ahead. Will the current restrictions will be continued or tightened. By now, you've probably heard what Winston Peters thinks, he's told Aussie media the current cluster will be traced back to the border. And Judith Collins says it's silly to think Covid's been quietly lurking in South Auckland …
 
When it comes to marketing, the message is...everything. At least that's how Scott Holden (CMO of ThoughtSpot) thinks about it. In this episode of CMO Conversations, Tricia and Scott talk about how to get buy-in on your big ideas, what it takes to build a successful (and sustainable) thought leadership program, why great storytelling is the secret …
 
New Zealanders are suddenly caught up by the practice of genome sequencing. It's the way scientists are aiming to find out where our confirmed cases of community transmission started. Dr Bloomfield at today’s press conference told media that they have found links to cases in the UK and Australia. Jemma Geoghegan, an expert in genome sequencing from…
 
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris pushed past their one-time political rivalry Wednesday to deliver an aggressive attack on the character and performance of President Donald Trump in their historic first appearance as running mates. The physical debut of the Democratic ticket was without parallel in recent political annals. The coronavirus prevented Bide…
 
A South Auckland councillor has slammed the traffic chaos at testing stations around the city - particularly in his neighbourhood, where community transmission of the deadly disease would be worst. Manurewa-Papakura ward councillor Daniel Newman called the heavy congestion seen at testing stations from the North Shore, West Auckland and South Auckl…
 
Debate continues around the election date. National Leader Judith Collins has called for the September election to be delayed because of Covid-19. It's a little over five weeks before we head to the polls. Former National Party and ACT leader Don Brash told Mike Hosking the new restrictions have already started to impact campaigning. “All political…
 
Well yesterday was a busy day for the conspiracy theorists wasn't it? We were inundated with correspondence, like I'm sure many other media outlets were, with all the fake news alerts circulating on Facebook, the alleged texts from a friend of a friend who knew all about what was "really" happening, the alleged close friends of Ashley Bloomfield wh…
 
Todays episode I brought on a guy that has been through the last 3 economic/real estate downturns and took some hits but, came back huge. I wanted to know what he thought we should all be doing through this pandemic and economically uncertain times. We talk about where to find opportunities and how to best position yourself to win once this market …
 
Sia — The Alchemy of Blockbuster Songs, Billions of Views, and the Face You’ve Never Seen | Brought to you by Athletic Greens, LinkedIn Jobs, and Thrive Market. “I don’t think that I’m necessarily like a super-talented songwriter. I think I’m just really productive. One out of 10 songs is a hit. So where a lot of people will spend three weeks on on…
 
During this 220th episode of “Marketing Today,” host Alan Hart interviews Andrew Hally, the chief marketing officer at Bynder. On the show today, we talk about personalization and whether it's the right move for marketers at this time, whether investing in personalization technology is the right thing to be doing, and what consumers really care abo…
 
Marcina Hale is a Therapist trained in psychedelic therapy at CIIS and also a founder of Reconsider, a nonprofit that focuses on catalyzing reflection, dialogue, and action around our relationship to life. She is also a producer of the films Fantastic Fungi (one of our favorites, natch!) and Disturbing the Peace. We dive into the fascinating field …
 
Coldwired Podcast (Follow on Facebook: facebook.com/ColdwiredMusic). August 2020 Selection pt II. Tracklisting: [00:00] 01. Muhammed Felfel - Maktoub (B.A.X. Remix) [Stellar Fountain] [04:35] 02. Airwave, Phi Phi - Today Is Made Of Yesterdays [Bonzai Progressive] [09:18] 03. F4T4L3RR0R - Cold Like That (Deepness Remix) [Addictive Sounds] [15:02] 04…
 
The U.K. has kept a lid on its unemployment rate so far during the coronavirus pandemic but, scratch beneath the surface, there are worrying trends that will likely see the jobless total soaring by the end of the year. As department store Debenhams announced another 2,500 job losses on Tuesday, official figures showed that the number of people in p…
 
There is disappointment from the business sector that Covid-19 has returned to the country. Brad Olsen, senior economist at Infometrics said that the restrictions placed on Auckland would have an impact on the wider economy. "By our estimate, around about 28 per cent of Auckland's workforce cannot operate under level three, that's about 250,000 job…
 
So we're not in lockdown per se - as many media are alleging, it's Level 3 - which is not a lockdown. So we need to calm down and try to be cool headed about this. It's Level 3 and it doesn't start until midday today, and at this stage it's only until Friday. Fingers and toes crossed it finishes then. The only difference this time round is we're be…
 
An epidemiologist has outlined the "best case scenario" for the country after the Prime Minister announced four cases of community transmission were plunging Auckland back into lockdown. Otago University epidemiologist Professor Michael Baker hoped mass testing would reveal a link to an overseas traveller and all possible chains of transmission cou…
 
Could Donald Trump’s face be added to Mount Rushmore? White House aides reached out to South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem last year about the process of adding additional presidents to Mount Rushmore, the New York Times reported. According to a person familiar who spoke with the Times, Noem then greeted Trump when he arrived in the state for his July Fo…
 
A travel bubble between the Cook Islands and New Zealand is expected to benefit the Cooks more than us. Officials will travel there over the next 10 days to set up a framework for the long-awaited bubble. Travel between the two countries is expected to open this side of Christmas. Economist Benje Patterson told Kate Hawkesby] it will be in the Cook…
 
Victorians should brace themselves for a much higher death toll — which could be twice as high as the current numbers — one expert warns as the state deals with fallout from its outbreak. While Victoria appears to have turned a corner on its daily case numbers, the state announced a record 19 deaths on Monday and the toll is set to rise. University…
 
I know of four families who lost teenagers to suicide these past school holidays. I hear there were 7 families impacted by suicide in the Queenstown area in the past two weeks. Our suicide rates in this country should be of no surprise to anyone – we have the worst rate of teen suicides in the developed world. It’s a shameful and heartbreaking stat…
 
Young people spent less time fretting about their savings during lockdown. Research by the Commission for Financial Capability has found fewer people between 18 and 34 were keeping a close eye on their finances from March to June. Those who considered the money was there to be spent shot up from 29 percent to 42 percent. Retirement Commissioner Jan…
 
Can we count a poll of 500 people as valid? NZ First certainly won’t given the result, but that’s how many people were canvassed by Colmar Brunton in Northland. Northland is a critical seat for NZ First because they’re floundering at two per cent in the polls thus far. And the weekend’s poll result showed Shane Jones likelihood of winning that seat…
 
The Greens' housing policy is being called 'nonsensical naivety'. The party says it could wipe the 18,000-strong social housing list clean within five years by building more rentals, and offering Crown guarantees for community providers. OneRoof commentator Ashley Church says it shows the party doesn't know how the sector works. He says there's abo…
 
Hospitals and schools, then shattered and bent water pipes, then the crater that once was Lebanon's port. The rebuilding needs of Lebanon are immense, but so is the question of how to ensure the millions of dollars promised in international aid is not diverted in a country notorious for missing money, invisible infrastructure projects and its refus…
 
Wellington ethical garment manufacturer Little Yellow Bird will begin recycling its products when they reach the end of their wearable life, making it the first New Zealand fashion brand to close the loop on its supply chain. The business has just had its garments certified by a European textile recycler and will send its first shipment of 1,000 ki…
 
The Government is being accused of moving too slowly in several parts of its coronavirus response. Health Minister Chris Hipkins is urging everyone to keep face masks in their emergency kits at home, in case of a move back to Alert Level two. Otago University public health expert Nick Wilson told Kate Hawkesby he and his colleagues have been recomm…
 
Some retail business owners want a tax cut to boost consumer spending. Retail NZ's Retail Radar survey shows three-quarters of retailers are confident they'll make it through the next 12 months. But 28 per cent want support through income tax cuts, and 19 per cent would like to see GST reduced. Chief executive Greg Harford told Kate Hawkesby retail…
 
Retail spending in July was "strong", with the underlying value of payments up 11.4 per cent, according to the latest data from Paymark. Spending grew in most retail sectors in July, particularly in cafes, restaurants and bars. Accommodation merchants in the regions also enjoyed strong spending for the first time in recent months and after lockdown…
 
I’m fascinated to see how we’re all ‘pivoting’, to use the hot new word we’ve discovered this year – along with ‘unprecedented.’ 2020 has brought all these new words and acronyms. WFH – work from home – PPE, pivot, lockdown, unprecedented, these are all part of our new 2020 lingo. But how people ‘pivot’ is of interest to me, because it requires eno…
 
As Covid-19 decimates tourism businesses across the world, one sector contemplating its future is zoos and animal parks. Zoos across the US are now reopening, but they're unsure how they will survive. Many visitors are still staying away, while animals still need feeding and caring for – and zoos can’t afford to do that without visitor money coming…
 
Beirut has long been synonymous with the word explosion. The city was the main flashpoint of Lebanon's 15-year civil war, one of the world's longest. And in the last 15 years alone, it has witnessed a string of assassinations, a days-long civil conflict, a month-long international war, and years of economic and political turmoil. Throughout these d…
 
Neil Young sued President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign Tuesday for copyright infringement, saying he doesn’t want his music used as a theme song for a “divisive un-American campaign of ignorance and hate." The Grammy-award winning Canadian-born musician filed the lawsuit through his lawyers in Manhattan federal court, seeking up to $150,000 i…
 
As another Auckland restaurant grapples with having to change its name after criticism of cultural appropriation, I was reminded that cancel culture - and the art of offence - is still in full swing the world over. Aren't we sick of it by now? Brand names have been in the gun, Universities, statues, pieces of art, you name it, it’s offensive. Yes b…
 
Judith Collins says New Zealanders will ultimately have to get over their fears of loosening border restrictions. A New Zealand Herald Kantar Vote 2020 poll shows 68 per cent of people think our border policy should be kept as is. That's despite former Prime Minister John Key calling for border restrictions to be loosened, to allow universities and…
 
Mike Novogratz on Investing, Bitcoin, Ayahuasca, and Running Through The Sahara Desert | Brought to you by Magic Spoon, Four Sigmatic, and LMNT. Michael Novogratz (@novogratz) is the founder and CEO of Galaxy Digital. He was formerly a partner and president of Fortress Investment Group, LLC. Prior to Fortress, Michael spent 11 years at Goldman Sach…
 
During this 219th episode of “Marketing Today,” host Alan Hart interviews Marc de Swaan Arons, founder of the Institute for Real Growth. Today we talk about what the Institute for Real Growth focuses on and what it hopes to achieve for all stakeholders. We discuss how the Institute for Real Growth is helping marketers and CEOs realize that growth p…
 
This episode is a little bit of catharsis for us as we talk about the struggles we’re facing when it comes to finding a sense of normalcy. We’re all still dealing with the isolation that comes with COVID, as well as wading through the poo that comes with building a startup, and maybe it’s getting to us a little bit. It’s a strange experience to fee…
 
Coldwired Podcast (facebook.com/ColdwiredMusic). Escape Sessions 009. Tracklisting: [00:00] 01. Inaura - Coma Aroma (Perfecto Dub) [EMI] [07:08] 02. Miro - Paradise [Fall From Grace Records] [10:58] 03. C.M. - Dream Universe [Hooj Choons] [15:04] 04. Matt Darey, Kate Louise Smith - See The Sun (Dan Stone Rework) [FSOE] [20:26] 05. Peter Steele - Ma…
 
The Queen has publicly wished Meghan Markle a happy birthday by sharing a touching picture taken during their first joint engagement. The Duchess of Sussex is celebrating her 39th birthday in Los Angeles. The official Royal Family Instagram account posted a message alongside a photograph of the Queen, 94, and Meghan Markle taken in 2018 at their fi…
 
A wake up call. That's how the Auditor-General's report into the management of the Provincial Growth Fund is being described. It recommends MBIE evaluates its effectiveness - to make sure what's planned and what's achieved, match up. Maxim Institute senior researcher Julian Wood told Kate Hawkesby regional policy is not bad policy, but it needs to …
 
Polls pointing to a Labour landslide is the only reason I can think of that the government has given up any kind of campaigning. Campaigning on any issues I mean. Why bother? They seem to have accepted that the one true redeeming feature for them these days amidst a swirling whirlpool of debt and unemployment, is to just keep saying the word, “Covi…
 
Gymnastics in New Zealand is a sport under pressure. More past and present gymnasts have now come forward, after allegations of abuse at one of the country's most prestigious gymnastics programmes. The claims follow a similar arc - young girls who loved the sport, but then had their dreams and their enjoyment crushed by coaches pressuring them, yel…
 
Concerns around the Residential Tenancies Amendment Bill, which has its second reading in the House today. The legislation will end 90 day no-cause evictions, meaning landlords must offer more robust reasons for getting rid of tenants. Auckland Property Investors Association president Andrew Bruce told Kate Hawkesby it will be hard to find anything…
 
Todays episode might be just me .Im not sure how long this will take me. I feel the need to share this with everyone listening because it could be just the thing you needed to hear before you launch that new strategy. I want to talk about where we all might start looking for opportunity in the market. Today is August 3 2020 and the state of the wor…
 
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