Eric Sprott discusses the events of the past week and how they will affect gold and silver prices in the weeks to come.
What's up podcast. Today you get to hear a fire keynote I did in Singapore earlier this year. A lot of high level marketing tactics, how to win on social and the importance of perspective and a state of the union of entrepreneurship. Tweet me @garyvee with any takeaways and enjoy your Monday ;) Timestamps: 6:30 - The importance of knowing what you like to do 12:30 - Targeting x creative 18:25 - The more content that you put out… 24 - Why more content leads to more success 32:20 - Hire people that are better at the things you’re not great at 38:30 - Mix up your content, for the audience 48 - Facebook and the cannabis industry 53:10 - The importance of humility 1:01:00 - People don’t understand entrepreneurs if they’re not entrepreneurs 1:06:00 - Don’t be in the convincing business
Shout out Anthony Smith for today's podcast intro. If you want to intro an episode make sure to tweet me @garyvee & @teamgaryvee with your feedback on twitter!! This episode is all about motivation. Hope you enjoy on this Sunday and are ready to crush it this week ;) Timestamps: 1:35 - I hope your truth is actually your truth 4:20 - Why can’t people understand the opportunity at hand 7:20 - Focus on the future, not the past 11:20 - The only thing I care about
First off shout out Christine Capone for the podcast intro :). Cool episode for you all today - this is conversation with a fan who offered to drive me to an event a few weeks back in Stockholm. We talked about a business idea of hers, I think this will be unique insight into how I approach building businesses. Let me know what you thought on twitter @garyvee Timestamps: 1:50 - Hire people who are good at what you don’t like doing 3:15 - Divide and conquer, or do everything together? 5:30 - Potential market vs actual market 8:20 - Spend your time on business development 9:20 - How do I get Empathy Wines in Sweden?
In this episode, Jennifer Davis, head of retail investment banking for Goldman Sachs, explains how retailers are expanding their growth strategies against a backdrop of continued e-commerce growth and shifting demographics. While Davis acknowledges that growth strategies are “very specific to a retailer or brand,” she outlines three key areas of focus for her clients: customer demographic growth, channel growth (including the rise of digitally native brands), and geographic growth.
There was little evidence this weekend of the widespread immigration raids long promised by President Donald Trump. But his campaign of sowing fear seems to be working. Many of China’s infrastructure projects in Africa have been costly flops, and China is tightening its purse strings. Also, Colombia’s centuries-old ceremonies under the influence of a hallucinogenic brew are bringing in tourists and new problems. For information regarding your data privacy, visit https://www.acast.com/privacy
Börspoddens duo befinner sig i detta avsnitt på olika platser i landet, allt för att kunna leverera lynchningar i toppklass. John kommer med rykande färska rykten från Almedalen samtidigt som Johan har tittat på de största verkstadsaktierna inför rapportperioden. Dessutom kvartalsutdelningar, Avanza och mycket mer såklart!
Yo guys this episode was so good we didn't even get to call anyone in. My friend Michael Chernow and I talked about some real shit - make sure you listen to the full episode and tweet us @garyvee and @michaelchernow for feedback or questions or if you dropped your phone number and we didn't call you. Much love <3 Timestamps: 6 - Lessons learned from our parents 9:55 - Noise is the only thing I’m comfortable in 13:50 - My new t-shirt ;) 18 - I’m not interested in a P&L 25 - Somebody Telling Me I Can’t Is My Oxygen 28:50 - People are always whispering 35:45 - How to make a wave 40:15 - I’m not in it for the money 48:30 - I love to push culture 54:45 - There’s no exclusivity anymore
A dispute about industrial chemicals reveals tensions that have remained unresolved since the second world war—and threatens the global electronics market. In the Indian state of Assam, a trumped-up rule on citizenship singles out Muslims for detention and deportation. And, a look at why American and European working hours have diverged so much. For information regarding your data privacy, visit www.acast.com/privacy
What's up podcast. Today you'll hear a motivational mashup made by youtube channel Motivation Affirmations, check out the original link below and shout out to First In Line member Joshua Bittman for today's custom podcast intro! For a chance to intro a podcast episode make sure to give us feedback on social by tweeting me @garyvee ;) Timestamps: 1:45 - Do you have the ability to weather the storm? 6:45 - I know happy and unhappy people 13 - No one becomes successful without putting in the work 18:45 - I didn’t talk till I was 35 26:10 - Quality vs quantity home time 35:25 - The game is the journey https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QPU_GgJZyWc
What's up podcast - been a month or so since we did an #AskGaryVee so I'm super fired up to be back and loved having Sharlee Jeter and Dr. Sampson David on the show. We talked a lot about willing things into existence, delusion, failure and took so epic calls as always. Tweet us @garyvee @sjeter2 & @drsampsondavis and let us know if you enjoyed the episode. Happy to be back :) Timestamps: 5:30 - Willing things into existence and the value of our “Brain” 9 - 8th place trophies and practical optimism 12:15 - Don’t Create Delusion 18:40 - Micro failures can be macro wins 23:15 - Why I wink 26:30 - One story I never like to tell 35 - Selfless and selfish behaviors 51:50 - How to get control of your life when you are dwelling 1:00:00 - Question of the day: What is your fear?
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author, George Will, and Adrian Wooldridge, The Economist’s political editor, debate whether the conservatism movement is reorienting into one that chooses populism over prudence and they dissect the challenges that conservatism faces around the world. Anne McElvoy asks them whether the next generation of conservative leaders will be made in the image of Donald Trump. And, can a baseball nation and a cricket nation unite over conservatism?
President Trump goes on a racially charged tirade, Barry weakens to a tropical depression, and don’t make these 6 common mistakes and do Amazon Prime Day right.
President Trump doubles down as lawmakers blast his 'racist' attacks, three events this summer that could shrink the Democratic presidential primary field, and the most and least stressed cities in America.
The delicate diplomatic dance that America is performing during Tsai Ing-Wen’s visit hints at the island’s strategic importance. Two of the deadly blazes of Australia’s “Black Saturday” were deliberately set; we ask what makes someone start fires. And, the hunt for a cheap holiday read in France: by law books must be sold at full price, but sellers are finding ways around that. For information regarding your data privacy, visit https://www.acast.com/privacy
What's up podcast. Awesome 4Ds episode for you guys today, this session took place on June 10th and a lot of serious topics were covered. Please listen to the whole thing and tweet me @garyvee with any questions. Check out https://vaynermedia.com/service/4ds/ for more info Timestamps: 1:30 - How do you create urgency for a product catering to SMBs? 8:30 - When scaling so fast, how do you make sure the knowledge transfer happens? 9:30 - Can B2B SaaS products leverage influencers? 11:20 - CTA advice for a IRL banner campaign? 15:50 - How do I become a thought-leader in multiple online communities? 30:20 - How do I brand my Mortgage company to steal consumers from the bigger companies? 38 - Should we brand the company or the human being? 39:10 - TikTok or Instagram? 41:30 - How do you properly right hook? 47:25 - Should I build my own media team or outsource?
A selection of three essential articles read aloud from the latest issue of The Economist. This week: could America’s longest economic expansion on record be coming to an end? How India’s hunt for “illegal immigrants” is aimed at Muslims, including many citizens (09:20). And, employers are wrongly looking for superhero candidates (14:30).For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Last week’s episode asked how long American economic growth could last. Now, new figures reveal that China’s growth is the slowest in nearly three decades. What can the Chinese government do about it? Insurance companies make their money from predicting disaster, but as those risks change the industry is lagging behind. And England has won the Cricket World Cup in a controversial tiebreak – but are tiebreaks fair? Simon Long hosts
The “special relationship” has been strained this week, following the leak of frank diplomatic cables. The conditions of Sir Kim Darroch’s departure are a window into both Britain’s current politics and its future. International development projects don’t always work, and often the problem is scale: what works for a few may not work for many. And, why, in a country with a riot of regional accents, do almost all British politicians sound the same. For information regarding your data privacy, visit https://www.acast.com/privacy
China is promoting a tech district that it hopes will be a serious contender to America’s Silicon Valley. Hal Hodson, The Economist’s technology correspondent, visits the new hub. Lord John Browne, author of “Make, Think, Imagine”, on how advancements in engineering and artificial intelligence will eventually affect civilisation. And, what do hydrogen molecules sound like? Some innovative students have developed “molecular music.” Kenneth Cukier hosts. Music provided by Ilkley Grammar School students Sam Harris, Matthew Hodson, Joe Higgit and Edgar Langley.