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How I Built My Fundraising Consultancy is a bi-weekly interview podcast with fundraising consultants. Hear how individual consultants and consulting firm leaders got their start. Learn what it takes to launch your practice, the tools you’ll need, and the hardships you may face. Discover what it takes to build a fundraising consultancy. Check out How I Built My Fundraising Consultancy by MarketSmart.
 
This Much I Know is the podcast from Seedcamp, Europe’s seed fund. Tune into hear the inside story from startup founders, investors and leading tech voices: the people who’ve built businesses, scaled globally, failed fantastically and learnt massively. Seedcamp invests early in world-class founders attacking large, global markets and solving real problems using technology. Seedcamp provides the infrastructure to fast-track a founder’s vision and create value through immediate access to smart ...
 
I'm Scott Livingston and welcome to my podcast Leave Your Mark, follow me on Instagram @Kingopain or Twitter @Builtbyscott, or on my Facebook fan page Scott G Livingston. I've been in the world of human performance for over thirty years. During that time I've trained, rebuilt and supported the performance of some of the best athletes in the world. I've worked in the biggest performance environments and seen what it takes to be the best in the world. This podcast is all about learning how my ...
 
THE PODCAST CHANNEL OF THE BLERDS. 3 PODCAST EXIST ON THIS PAGE all hosted by BigVizzyAdot (ME!!!!) THE NEWS TIDDY BITS: URBAN N BLERD PODCAST is built around Entertainment news and MO!!!!!(Shows on the 1st and 3rd Mon or the 2nd and 4th Wed or EVERY month @9:30PMCT) RhythmNisce Music Re/Previews: We celebrate the new and classic urban music releases. 3 songs are picked from a project, played for 50secs and rated from a 4-tier system. (Shows on the 1st and 3rd Tues or the 2nd and 4th thurs o ...
 
Listen in as Kevin O'Connell, founder of The Niche Movement shares his thoughts and advice on how to find your niche, tell your story, and explore the world of entrepreneurship, side hustles, and full-timers. Kevin will talk about a new topic and feature guests from time to time while answering your questions as it relates to finding career happiness.
 
WRFR.org presents the most interactive form of audio entertainment on radio today. THE RETURN OF THE MIXTAPE! "I Made You This Mix Tape" is heard twice a week on the first 24 hr low power radio station in the country, WRFR 93.3fm, located in Rockland, Maine. The show, hosted by Nate Greenleaf and produced by Renee Philbrook, revives the personal compilation tapes made by individuals in the 1980's. Often built upon a theme, the mix tape consisted of songs, poetry, comedy bits, clips from tv s ...
 
Say it Right in English, Spanish, French, Italian, Chinese, Brazilian Portuguese, Thai, Arabic, Dutch, German, Greek, Japanese, Korean and Russian with one phonetic system based on English. Say it Right in any Language believes that pronunciation is everything. Say it Right language provides a simple and straightforward approach to speaking and learning a new language. It is a fun, fast and easy way to learn new languages using one simple phonetic system called I Say it Right Vowel Symbol Sy ...
 
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Bert and John Jacobs had just come off a $100 million year for their Boston-based apparel company, Life is Good. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has upended business as usual, forcing the brothers to invest in a new printing model while trying to encourage optimism during this time of economic and social distress. These conversations are excerpts fr…
 
I have a confession that won’t be much of a confession once you start listening to this episode. I’m a big fan of David Sparks. I think he does great work in several different areas an I’m excited to talk to him about how he does it. We also both happen to be big fans of Disney and Star Wars. When we spoke, he was just coming off his first ever Sab…
 
In this episode I go deep on the Language of Coaching with Nick Winkleman. Nick is the head of athletic performance & science for the Irish Rugby Football Union and an internationally recognized speaker on human performance and coaching science. Before working for Irish Rugby, Nick was the director of education and training systems for EXOS. As the…
 
After emigrating from Nigeria to the US to attend college, Tope Awotona worked as a door-to-door salesman and eventually set out to become a tech entrepreneur. He launched a series of e-commerce businesses that quickly fizzled when he realized he had no passion for them. But then he landed on an idea he was truly excited about: designing software t…
 
This episode serves as an opportunity for me to sit and chat with my 12-year-old daughter Gretchen Livingston who is just starting High School. What you learn, and what you get to better understand when you take the time to chat with your kids. Enjoy!Scott Livingston による
 
On this special episode, Stacey Vanek Smith interviews Guy about his brand new book, How I Built This: The Unexpected Paths to Success from the World's Most Inspiring Entrepreneurs. Stacey asks Guy about growing up with entrepreneurial parents, working overseas as a war reporter, and how elements of entrepreneurship have mirrored the trajectory of …
 
Imane Anys—who goes by the online moniker Pokimane—is the leading female streamer on Twitch, a popular streaming platform for gamers. Pokimane spoke with Guy about garnering more than 20 million followers across several platforms, and how internet personalities can operate their brands like traditional businesses. These conversations are excerpts f…
 
On this third episode of the Seedcamp Legal Hour, Tom and Carlos are joined by Anthony Rose, Co-founder and CEO of SeedLegals, the world's first legal automation platform for startup funding and a proud Seedcamp portfolio company. Besides being a serial entrepreneur, Anthony’s career has also seen him take on huge feats such as managing the launch …
 
This episode features Sports Nutrition legend, Louise Burke. Louise is a sports dietitian with nearly 40 years of experience in the education and counseling of elite athletes. She worked at the Australian Institute of Sport for thirty years, first as Head of Sports Nutrition, and then as Chief of Nutrition Strategy. She was the team dietitian for t…
 
I’m really excited to take to Tracey Larvenz today – he’s my content manager over at linkedIn Learning and he’s so great to work with! Being a Content Manager at LinkedIn Learning, it’s his job to make sure there’s a steady stream of new course material coming out for members. We’ll talk about how he decides what to put into the production queue, a…
 
Growing up in rural Northern California, Mike Radenbaugh hated biking to high school—it was a 16 mile slog; hilly and tiring. So he scrounged up a battery and a motor, rigged them to an old mountain bike and began cycling to school without breaking a sweat. When Mike's neighbors starting asking him to motorize their bikes, Rad Power Bikes was born.…
 
KiwiCo delivers science and arts projects to kids on a monthly basis. Sandra Oh Lin founded the company nine years ago, and her team has scrambled to meet demand during the pandemic. These conversations are excerpts from our How I Built Resilience series, where Guy talks online with founders and entrepreneurs about how they're navigating turbulent …
 
COVID-19's impact on the seafood industry hit Luke Holden and Ben Conniff hard; in March they closed their restaurants and laid off 300 employees. Since then, Luke's Lobster has been able to stay afloat by upstarting an e-commerce website, but their focus remains on sustaining the local seafood economy of Maine. These conversations are excerpts fro…
 
This episode features a world-leading performance practitioner, Sam Gibbs. Sam is an Osteopathic Manual Practitioner, Certified Athletic Therapist, and Registered Massage Therapist. He has a Master’s in Functional Medicine & Human Nutrition, a post-graduate certificate in Clinical Endocrinology, and a Masters in Applied Neuroscience from King’s Col…
 
Let me tell you about my friend Tessa. She is very passionate about her work. And what’s her work? Well she finds people who are passionate about products! In this episode Tessa will give us tips and tricks for building an advocacy program – where you can connect with people who LOVE you product. And further…you know what? I’ll just let Tessa tell …
 
One night in 1978, for fun, Sandy Chilewich and her friend, Kathy Moskal, tried bleaching their black cotton shoes, and dyeing them a new color. They were just fooling around in their Manhattan loft, but that experiment sparked the idea for Hue, a line of colorful shoes, stockings, tights, and accessories. It also launched Sandy on a 40-plus year c…
 
Despite the economic crisis, Wayfair has seen an 84 percent sales spike, leading them to profitability during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, co-founders Niraj Shah and Steve Conine have also dealt with unexpected challenges, from hundreds of layoffs in February to employee-staged protests outside Wayfair's office in June. These conversations are e…
 
Rinse is a laundry and dry-cleaning app started by college friends Ajay Prakash and James Joun in 2013. Since March, Rinse's dry cleaning service has seen a drop in orders, but their laundry arm has remained steady, allowing them to avoid layoffs during the COVID-19 crisis. These conversations are excerpts from our How I Built Resilience series, wh…
 
Tom and Carlos are back with another episode of the Legal Hour podcast where they’ll walk you through the standard terms for term sheets, advisory agreements, and founder collaboration agreements and why founders shouldn’t blindly just use templates available without proper diligence. The term ‘standard documents’ came along not only from wanting t…
 
This episode features Kevin Tyler. Kevin is currently the President of ALTIS, a progressive and innovative athletics training center based in Phoenix, Arizona. A former competitive track and bobsleigh athlete, Kevin pursued coaching in Athletics while engaging in higher education in criminology. Over the course of his extensive careers, he served a…
 
Voice Search! Amazon Echo! Google! Chip Edwards knows a thing or two about all of these topics and let me tell you what I learned: We are all sleeping on voice search. Chip will tell us the importance of being on Voice Search, and why the earlier the better. Stay tuned until the end for a special offer just for listeners too! (more…) View on separa…
 
After selling their first small business and shuttering their second, former college roommates Niraj Shah and Steve Conine thought about getting "normal" jobs. But in the early 2000s, they stumbled across an unexpected trend: people were buying furniture online to get a wider selection. Within a few years, Niraj and Steve launched 250 different web…
 
This episode features Anthony Donskov. Anthony is the founder of Donskov Strength and Conditioning located in Columbus, Ohio where he serves as the Director of Sports Performance. Anthony is currently pursuing his PhD at the University of Western Ontario. His research interests include; biomechanics, ice hockey performance, and return to play after…
 
Lisa Laporte is the CEO of TWiT.tv and after a few weeks of talking about how to podcast and what it can do for your content, I thought she’d be the perfect person, to come on and talk about starting a network, as well as where podcasting is going. We talk about a lot of stuff – where podcasting was and the future, but we also have a great chat abo…
 
In 2007, three friends set out to address a common frustration: the long waits and scheduling hassles of booking a doctor's appointment. But soon after launching their online scheduling platform Zocdoc, Oliver Kharraz, Cyrus Massoumi and Nick Ganju ran into a classic chicken-and-egg problem: they had to show potential patients that doctors were ava…
 
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