Technology is changing the structure of the financial industry, says Marty Chavez, global co-head of the Goldman Sachs Securities Division. In this episode, he discusses how the industry is reshaping. “If you look inside a financial services firm, you’ll find there has traditionally been a relatively small number of roles that we talk about—so there’d be bankers, salespeople and traders,” Chavez says. “Now, all of those simple, easy categories are going away and they’re going away fast, and it’s becoming much more complicated and much more multidimensional.” This breaking down of clear categories also changes how financial firms compete with each other. “The traditional notions of ‘You’re my competitor’ are giving away to something that looks much more like coopetition—maybe not my favorite word, but you compete in some areas and you cooperate in some other areas; and some other areas you might be a client, or they might be a client,” Chavez says.
For this special episode of Exchanges, we’re running our newest podcast, Top of Mind at Goldman Sachs. Hosted by Allison Nathan, a senior strategist in Goldman Sachs Research, Top of Mind examines the macroeconomic issues that are shaping the global economy. In each episode, Allison interviews Goldman Sachs experts—as well as influential policymakers, academics, and investors—on market-moving topics. The series’ latest installment, Dissecting the Market Disconnect, takes a close look at the divergence between falling bond yields and rising equity prices. Bridgewater Associates’ Ray Dalio and Goldman Sachs’ Jan Hatzius join Allison to dive into this dynamic and understand how concerned investors should really be about economic growth.
Eric Sprott reacts to a volatile period in the precious metals and looks ahead to FOMC meeting next week.
Sektorrotation är det nya modeordet som Börspodden inte tar på allvar. Johan har gjort gedigen research på NetEnts nya förvärv av Red Tiger och har många sk “takes”. Det ryktas om kris på Malta och frågan är vad det sätter för spår i aktiekurserna. Dessutom ett boktips från John vilket inte tillhör vanligheterna.
I want to help all of you guys be the best version of yourself ... this episode is a mash-up of 10 of my "ideologies". Please listen closely as I really think these next 20 minutes can help you take that next step. Tweet me @garyvee to say hi and have a great Saturday! Timestamps: 1) :16 - Stop complaining 2) 2:10 - Chase happiness 3) 3:20 - Stay in your lane 4) 4:57 - Go do shit 5) 6:54 - Play longterm 6) 8:35 - Figure yourself out 7) 11:57 - Take action! 8) 13:40 - Find optimism 9) 15:16 - Stay driven 10) 16:18 - Live your life
Joel Brown is the Founder of the #1 Motivation website Addicted2Success.com and has achieved over 142 Million Views Worldwide over the last 7 years. He was offered Multiple Million Dollar Offers for his website and turned them all down to continue to grow his company. Joel has a social media following of over 2.5 Million across all social media channels and he travels the world teaching 1000’s of people how to stand in their vision for success so they can turn their dreams into a reality. Joel is featured in the new hit movie “Think & Grow Rich” by Napoleon Hill. Joel is also the host of the Addicted2Success podcast that has achieved more than 2.2 Million downloads featuring thought leaders such as Tony Robbins, Deepak Chopra, Les Brown, Jack Canfield, Gabby Bernstein, Gary Vaynerchuk and many more. Joel Brown is considered a double edged sword, as he is skilled in the area of Self Development Coaching, NLP, Speaking and Mindset Coaching. Joel has built Multiple Six Figure online businesses and is skilled in Building Massive Online Communities, Monetizing Online Brands and Networking with the World Class Elite which positions him in a unique place of high demand when it comes to coaching others on what it takes to be in the Top 1% online and offline. For coaching with Joel or speaking opportunities head over to: http://iamjoelbrown.com
There is something that is rarely talked about in the business world and I want to start building more attention for it. That thing is self-awareness. I’m upset that the narrative these days is that everyone needs to be number one, own a company, be in charge. A lot of people are going to lose that way. Self-awareness allows people to recognize what things they do best so they can then go hard on those aspects of their life. It also helps you accept your weaknesses. What works for one person doesn’t work for everyone. I want people to learn to be at peace with themselves, to understand what they can offer, because everyone’s got something. The key, however, is learning how to find it. Self-awareness can help you do that. Self-awareness is being able to accept your weaknesses while focusing all of your attention on your strengths. The moment you decide to accept your shortcomings and bet entirely on your strengths, things will change. Trust me.
Happy Sunday podcast listeners!! Wanted to drop some fire for you today ... this rant should help you get your mind right as we all look to close out 2019 strong. How you perceive life and this world is everything and I just hope this can one of you get your mind in a better place than it was yesterday <3 tweet me @garyvee if this is what you needed to hear Timestamps: 1:50 - Are you doing what you're doing to prove something to someone else? 3:30 - Why won't you wait? 6:20 - This internet thing is a lot bigger than we realize 8:40 - Stop wasting money on the "facade" of success
Listen to Allyse Sedivy kick off the NEW and UPDATED Daily Mentor Calls.
What's up podcast listeners? On this episode Mark Pulisic Host of Soccer Unplugged stopped by. We talked contemporary parenting, what it's like raising a professional athlete, and share our takes on the infamous College Athletics Admission scandal. This is a fun episode I'm excited for you to listen. Tweet me @garyvee with your thoughts and comments on this episode, would love to hear what you think. Also, for soccer highlights and news, check out One37pms very own @properfootball on instagram and give us a follow if you like what you see :) - To learn more about Marc Pulisic, Host of Soccer Unplugged Podcast, and father of Cristian Pulisic, winger and attacking midfielder who plays for Chelsea FC: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/soccer-unplugged-with-mark-pulisic/id1441593010 www.markpulisic.com @markpulisic TIMESTAMPS: :53 - Starting a youth sports business 2:10 - What’s the secret formula 2:51 - Eliminating Friction … at scale 5:47 - Kids are treated as corporate executives 6:58 - College Admissions Scandals 18:20 - Pay for Play 19:33 - The Solution is Communication 26:10 - Excuses and Complaining 29:35 - This is how you’re going to make it 32:00 - Accountability vs Ridicule 32:30 - Your Actions Have Consequences 35:25 - Quantifying Distractions 38:00 - Your kid is showing you they aren’t committed 38:55 - Start listening and stop imposing 39:30 - What is the balance 40:10 - The merit of consequences 44:00 - It’s all about judgment
Podcast listeners, today you get a special Inside 4Ds episode. This session took place on August 15th out of our NYC office. As you know 4Ds is one of my favorite things to do as I get to help solve every day business problems that entrepreneurs, SMBs and personal brands deal with. Fires me up!! If you're interested in attending a 4Ds session check out the link here https://vaynermedia.com/service/4ds/ and tweet me @garyvee with any questions ;) TIMESTAMPS: 00:30 - 5:20 Guest Introductions 7:05 Being Agenda Driven - not all posts are created equal 9:05 Turning Referrals and word-of-mouth into creative 10:20 Eliminating Friction … at scale 12:55 Think like a ‘magazine’ company (Think like a publisher) (Think Like Vogue) 19:55 The High School Party Concept 25:35 - Video of the Day Question 26:30 - Why Vulnerability will work on LinkedIn 27:45 - How to work with old school businesses and not selling to the unsellable 35:05 - Benefits of FB Groups 37:05 - Creating Content for Dual Sided Marketplaces (37:05 should we cut this part) 40:05 - Family Cookie Business and building demand to penetrate new territories 43:15 - Generating demand for software businesses 45:50 - Optimizing on shipping for food businesses to retain control 46:45 - Rapid fire Q&A Thank you for listening, and if you have any feedback, please remember to tweet me @garyvee or leave a comment on my LinkedIn Post!
On this episode, Oscar-winner, producer, screenwriter, and author Brian Grazer talks about finding human connection, listening, selling and sharing insights on what's holding people back. Brian produced films such as “Beautiful Mind”, “Liar Liar”, “8 Mile”, “American Gangster” and many more. Hope you enjoy this episode if you have any feedback please tweet me @garyvee. TIMESTAMPS: 1:50 : what I learned from selling as a kid 4:50 : all the benefits come from adversity 5:50 : the problem with contemporary parenting 8:20 fighting in school 8:45 bringing fighting back 10:45 strategies for effective listening; being present 11:20 the art of human connection 28:20 what’s stopping people
Podcast Listeners, get your notepads out! This is a behind the scenes look at how we do LinkedIn content. Strategist & Copywriter on my team Raghav asks me questions as we walk through how we produce writtle articles and cartoons and other content for LinkedIN. Enjoy, and I hope you're going to love this if you've been searching for LinkedIN strategy and insights! Share what your feedback on LinkedIn and / or tweet at me @garyvee, would love to hear what you think! TIMESTAMPS: 4:07 Get attention while the attention is there 6:03 Striking while a platform is hot 7:10 Why I dominated Instagram 9:45 We should be charging for this 10:59 January 24, 2013 "Hey, whose on vine?" 11:57 This is the shit I do... bring massive value
Kampen fortsätter mellan Classes VD Lotta Lyrå och Börspoddens chefsblankare Johan. Ingen verkar vika ned sig. Börspodden försöker sig också se vad man kan utläsa av de senaste händelserna i Swedbank med ordförande Persson i spetsen. Dessutom en massa småbolag som både ger och tar. Lyssna!
This audio track is from my latest video "The Most Important Word Ever" Watch the original here: http://youtu.be/PIJElPStJpg?list=UUctXZhXmG-kf3tlIXgVZUlw
The next 10 years of mobility will bring more change in the way that people and products move than any decade since the invention of the automobile, Goldman Sachs Research’s Heath Terry explains in this episode. Emerging technologies and business models like ride-hailing and sharing, autonomous driving and delivery, micro-mobility and even eVTOL (flying cars, finally) stand to disrupt profit pools that we estimate exceed $700 billion, and venture-backed startups and incumbents will attempt to address over $7 trillion in spending. Given the size of the opportunity, it should come as no surprise that access to capital has created a hyper-competitive environment marked by massive operating losses driven by marketing, subsidies, incentives, and capital investment. As this environment matures and rationalizes, Goldman Sachs Research expects consolidation that will lead to profitability, the establishment of category leaders, and significant opportunities for investors.
In this episode of AskGaryVee, we sit down with Faisal Sublaban aka @thehotelboss and discuss the importance of DOING instead of just thinking about building your business. TIMESTAMPS: 1:30 - Intros 3:45 - Faisal’s Childhood story 5:15 - Radical candor and wanting the pressure 6:30 - Optimistic management 9:40 - Shower pressure and gummy bears 12:25 - First Question: Alex “Implementing hospitality undertones to medicine and for doctors” 18:00 - Second question: Patrick “Having a challenge at scaling his business” 19:50 - There’s no universal correct answer, it’s what’s correct for you 29:00 - Raghav TikTok Fail 30:30 - Third question: Alex “How can I start, trying to figure out if it’s a good idea