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Troubled Waters is the pop culture quiz show where comedians disagree to disagree. Twice a month, Dave will stoke pointless arguments between two teams of comedians and make them compete against each other in order to settle their meaningless debates once and for all. Winner takes home the right to be right.
 
If you’re a growth-minded financial advisor looking for a better way to grow and scale your practice, you’re in the right place. Your host, Chip Munn, dissects the good, the bad, and the ugly of building and running a thriving financial practice with guests from financial advisors to industry experts. Because we’re better together.
 
Impact Boom searches the globe to find the people, stories & inspiration to help you create maximum positive impact. We interview world-leading social innovators, entrepreneurs, changemakers, designers, educators, thinkers and doers who share Insights, ideas & inspiration. As long as these leaders are focussing their efforts on creating positive social and environmental change, we'll make sure you hear about it.
 
This course covers fundamental algorithms for efficient analysis of biological sequences and for building evolutionary trees. This is an undergraduate course focusing on the ideas and concepts behind the most central algorithms in biological sequence analysis. Dynamic Programming, Alignment, Hidden Markov Models, Statistical Analysis are emphasized.
 
We are obsessed with helping you grow to your maximum potential and maximizing the impact of your leadership. Each month, we will produce two episodes to help you grow and develop as a leader. One will be a personal lesson by our Founder, Doug Smith and the other will be a conversation with a leader. Our hope is that you will not only learn great leadership lessons but that you will catch great leadership from the lives of the leaders and lessons we expose you to.
 
The interference between two wavelengths in the same frequency at certain times can generate a sonic disturbance known as an antinode. This effect causes the maximum amplitude of two wavelengths whose resonance generates the same fundamental frequency. Antinode represents the perfect combination of contrast and symmetry in the electronic music world: the youth of Joel Sama and the experience of Alan Lockwood and their solid ride as DJs. The story begins on a Friday night in Barcelona. They b ...
 
America feels divided. From the most salient questions about our national identity and place in the world, to fundamental concerns about technology, religion, the economy, and public policy, Intelligence Squared U.S. is here to help. A respite from polarized discussions, we bring together the smartest minds to debate and dissect issues in depth, restoring civility and bringing intelligence to the public square in the process.
 
Whether you’re an entrepreneur who is just starting out in business or you’ve been in business for twenty years, you don’t want to miss our podcast, Minority Business Access. The road to becoming a successful entrepreneur is fraught with trials and challenges, especially with limited capital and resources. In this podcast, host Solomon Ali will be advising you how to avoid the pit falls so you can stay and thrive in business. While it’s true that it’s hard to start a business without money, ...
 
The Podcast for Conductors and Students. On Podium Time we interview professional, established, and emerging conductors and teachers from orchestras, symphonies, ballets, operas, and bands around the globe. We dig into the weeds of score study, rehearsal, leadership, musicianship, education, classical and contemporary composers, and all the things that they don't teach us in school. Please visit https://PodiumTimePod.com to view show notes and all episodes.
 
A native of Elsass in France, Christophe Picou is a self-taught, multi-talented multi-instrumentalist. A truly unique talent, he is also a man for whom the approach is every bit as fundamental as the result. As notable for his dedication to techno as he is his penchant for classical music, Kah first began composing music in his early teens and possesses over a decade of classical and jazz music experience as an organ player. An obsessive student of sound, Kah’s roots in electronic music can ...
 
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We live in a culture where people spend their health trying to make money, and then they spend all their money that they earned trying to buy back their health - and it’s not working. It’s hard to prioritize your health and fitness, but it’s necessary - not just for you but for all of the people who need your leadership. Today, I talk about the imp…
 
Caleb Hearon and Shelby Wolstein, the podcast duo behind Keeping Records, joins Dave for some Golden Record trivia, TV spinoff punnery, and forgotten comic book heroes. Caleb Hearon would like to plug his live shows and recommends Jake Wesley Rogers' music Shelby Wolstein would like to plug Keeping Records and recommends Outer Banks And Finally, Da…
 
Larry White is a professor of economics at George Mason University and is a returning guest to the show. He rejoins Macro Musings to talk about stablecoins, the history of free banking, and money market funds reform. Specifically, David and Larry also discuss the critiques levied against stablecoins, their impact on the banking system, and why stab…
 
Andrew discussed these four basic SEO fundamentals during his live stream on a personal Facebook group. The most important SEO fundamentals are: 1. UX (especially mobile) - User Experience 2. Technical SEO - On-site Optimisation. 3. Content Marketing & Keyword Research - what are your target market searching for? 4. Link acquisitions - getting rele…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has ushered in a multitude of uncertainties and myths on just about everything, especially the mortgage industry. In this Minority Business Access, Charles Giscombe of Malibu Funding enlightens the masses by debunking existing myths about the mortgage industry during COVID-19. He discusses the value of gaining people’s trust i…
 
Jerusalem Demsas is a policy reporter for Vox and joins David on Macro Musings to discuss the state of housing in America and its implications for policy. Specifically, Jerusalem and David discuss the current state of the housing market, whether there is a housing bubble, how the housing shortage creates avenues for discrimination, the dynamics of …
 
Benjamin Hardy lives in Orlando with his wife and six kids, three of whom are adopted. He is an organizational psychologist with a Ph.D. in the subject from Clemson University. Benjamin writes on psychological self-improvement and entrepreneurial-related topics. Among his books are Will Power Doesn’t Work, Personality Isn’t Permanent, and Who Not H…
 
Scott Sumner is the Ralph G. Hawtrey Chair of Monetary Policy at the Mercatus Center. Scott joins David on Macro Musings to discuss Milton Friedman's views and what he might say about some of the recent developments in monetary policy. Specifically, Scott and David talk about nominal interest rates as indicators of the stance of monetary policy, fi…
 
Many have concluded that being strong means suppressing negative emotions, yet according to Executive Coach Michelle Pearson Young, such a notion could not be further from the truth. It is critical for one to be able to pinpoint the root cause of negative thoughts and limiting beliefs to succeed. In this episode of Minority Business Access, host So…
 
Mary Kate Wiles and Sean Persaud join Dave for some Olympics opening ceremony facts, some audio puzzles, and motivational speeches. Sean Persaud would like to plug Headless: A Sleepy Hollow Story and recommends Ginny Di's cosplay Mary Kate Wiles would also like to plug Headless: A Sleepy Hollow Story and recommends The Tin Can Brothers and Whitney …
 
Skanda Amarnath is the executive director of Employ America and a former hedge fund economist. He rejoins Macro Musings to talk about the fate of the Phillips Curve, the inflation outlook, the Fed’s new framework, and his vision for a better monetary policy future. David and Skanda also discuss the Fed’s flawed assessment of maximum employment, how…
 
Being at the top would not be as lonely if more people reached down to uplift another person. As a man of many accolades and high achievements, Jeff Hoffman, founder of Priceline.com, understands that true power begins and remains with the people we pour into, which is why he prides himself most in serving communities who are underserved and otherw…
 
On Episode 273 of Impact Boom, Bal Dhital of Borne Clothing shares the journey of their first year of operations while discussing the role of enterprise competitions in crafting your narrative and how it is better to 'fail forwards' than endlessly seek perfection.由Impact Boom Podcast - Social Enterprise & Design
 
L3L280 L3 Leadership How to Overcome the Wounds in Your Leadership Journey Have you ever been wounded in your leadership journey? Did it hold you back from what you should have been going for in that season? How long did it hold you back? These are important questions to ask and important questions to answer. Today, I offer some insight on beginnin…
 
Agustin Carstens leads the Bank for International Settlements or the BIS in his role as general manager and previously served as the governor of the Bank of Mexico. He also served as the deputy managing director of the International Monetary Fund. Agustin joins David on Macro Musings to discuss the new BIS 2021 annual report. Specifically, David an…
 
What does it profit a man to gain the whole world, yet lose his own soul? Risking personal relationships, and sight of your true purpose seems to be the costliest of sacrifices made when in the pursuit of achieving entrepreneurial success. In this episode of Minority Business Access, host Solomon RC Ali and Chris Ryan, President of Paradigm Enterpr…
 
On Episode 272 of Impact Boom, Leanne Butterworth of Empathy First discusses how practicing empathy helps social entrepreneurs understand their beneficiaries and generate a stronger social impact.由Impact Boom Podcast - Social Enterprise & Design
 
Matt Apodaca and Casey O'Brien join Dave for some portmanteaus, post-quar bingo, and some Olivia Rodrigo trivia. Matt Apodaca would like to plug How Did This Get Played and What's With These Homies Talkin About Weezer? and recommends Dimension 20 Casey O'Brien would like to plug his podcast Farthouse and Maximum Film! and recommends 3 Sheep Studio …
 
Feeling unsure of how to make success an obsession? Then this episode of Minority Business Access is for you. Host, Solomon RC Ali sits down with Alec Stern, co-founder of online marketing company Constant Contact and “serial entrepreneur,” to discuss the humble beginning that led him and his team to a billion-dollar acquisition. While chronicling …
 
Jason Furman is a former chair of the Council of Economic Advisers and is currently a senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics. Jason is also a professor at Harvard University and he rejoins Macro Musings to talk about overheating, the inflation outlook, and the right way to think about fiscal policy in an era of low inte…
 
On Episode 270 of Impact Boom, Rebecca Scott OAM of STREAT discusses her perspective on the current Australian social enterprise sector and scaling sustainable businesses through cohesion amongst the impact sector.由Impact Boom Podcast - Social Enterprise & Design
 
In this special episode of Impact Boom, a selection of Australia’s purpose-led leaders share the Social Enterprise World Forum Australia 2022 backstory, and why this is such an exciting opportunity for delegates both in Australia and around the world.由Impact Boom Podcast - Social Enterprise & Design
 
In the latest episode of the L3 Leadership podcast, Doug Smith speaks with Ryan Hawk about his advice in the corporate world, experience in football, his recent book, Welcome To Management: How To Grow From Top Performer To Excellent Leader, his show, The Learning Leader Show, and more. Check it out on any major podcasting platform! Key Take-Aways …
 
Due Diligence is more than being able to check off boxes when doing research to purchase a business, as there are varying levels to what should be confirmed about the business in question. In this Minority Business Access, Solomon RC Ali does his due diligence to share how deeply one should research before taking the plunge to purchase a business o…
 
Steffen Murau is a political economist at the Global Development Policy Center at Boston University and specializes in international money and finance. He joins Macro Musings to talk about the Eurozone, its role within international monetary architecture, and the future of the dollar zone. They also discuss balance sheet hierarchies, the roles of E…
 
Adam Bozarth and Anna Rubanova of Left Handed Radio join Dave for some "The Last..." trivia, Home Alone sequel pitching, and some movie/theatre mashups. Anna Rubanova would like to plug Left Handed Radio and recommends ‎Ruined w/ Alison Leiby and Halle Kiefer Adam Bozarth would also like to plug Left Handed Radio and recommends Bitch Ass by Bill Po…
 
On Episode 269 of Impact Boom, Theresa Brown of Play It On discusses the future of the South Australian social enterprise sector and striking a balance between your business model and impact outcomes.由Impact Boom Podcast - Social Enterprise & Design
 
Dan Smith is an associate professor of economics at Middle Tennessee State University and directs the Political Economy Research Institute at MTSU. Alex Salter is an associate professor of economics at Texas Tech University. Dan and Alex join David on a special live episode of Macro Musings to discuss their new book, Money and the Rule of Law: Gene…
 
David Itkin joins us this week on Podium Time. Maestro Itkin is the Director of Orchestras at the University of North Texas, Music Director of the Abilene Philharmonic, and Conductor Laureate of the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra. Today we discuss the stories behind his first book, Conducting Concerti, and why it’s critical to learn how to accompany a…
 
On Episode 268 of Impact Boom, Stacey Ross of The Centre For Women and Co. discusses how crucial her team is to succeeding in social enterprise and the pathways and policies that could effectively counter and breakdown the systemic issue of domestic violence in Australia.由Impact Boom Podcast - Social Enterprise & Design
 
In this episode of the L3 Leadership podcast, you’ll hear Doug share a lesson entitled, “Life at 36.” Each year, around his birthday, Doug spends some time reflecting on where he is and what he’s learning at that age and then he shares his takeaways with you. Regardless of your ages, we’d encourage you to do the same exercise. Remember, the best ex…
 
10 Lessons from Interviewing over 100 Conductors on Podium Time. Watch this episode on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rTnRSe63378 After over 100 interviews with conductors on Podium Time, we have learned a lot about conducting and the life around it. Every conductor has a different story and every conductor has a different perspective. Th…
 
David Andolfatto is a vice president for the St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank and has published widely in the field of monetary economics. David also blogs at MacroMania and is a returning guest to the podcast. He rejoins Macro Musings to talk about his thoughts on macro theory, plumbing issues, central bank digital currency, and more. Transcript for…
 
This week, Alison Rosen and Daniel Van Kirk join host Dave Holmes for some very slooooow trivia, learn about real and fake movie prequels, and give the class of 2021 some practical advice set to lo-fi beats. Alison Rosen would like to plug her podcasts Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend and Childish and recommends Sara Schaefer's book, "Grand" Da…
 
Today we've got a special crossover episode of the podcast featuring The Classical Gabfest. After one of their hosts appeared on Podium Time (Kensho Watanabe, PT102), they invited Jeremy on to play a game at the beginning of this episode. Following that is a full episode of the Classical Gabfest featuring stories on Curtis entering the Arts Managem…
 
Money begets money, and early stage investment opportunities are generally reserved for accredited high net worth individuals, defined as those with a net worth of at least $1 million or those who have earned $250,000 consistently for two years or more. It is not uncommon for these folks to get in early, pre-IPO, on some of the world’s most success…
 
Mark Carney served as the governor of the Bank of Canada from 2008 until 2013, and as the governor of the Bank of England from 2013 to 2020. Mark also was the chairman of the Financial Stability Board from 2011 to 2018. Mark is currently the Vice Chairman and Head of Impact Investing at Brookfield Asset Management, as well as a UN Special Envoy for…
 
This PT Mini Episode covers the basics of score study. What it is, why we do it, and the simple two-step process to preparing your music. Let us know what you think of these mini episodes. What do you want to hear more of? What should we cover? Reach out on social media or through the contact page on our website. -- Find this and all other episodes…
 
On Episode 267 of Impact Boom, Jack Graham discusses the roots of his passion for change, how this led to him becoming a champion of social enterprise and his advice for individuals to discover their place in the sector and generate an impact.由Impact Boom Podcast - Social Enterprise & Design
 
In this episode of the L3 Leadership Podcast, Doug Smith interviews Daniel Harkavy, best-selling author and Founder & CEO of Building Champions, an international life and leadership coaching company that serves some of the world's greatest organizations. About Daniel Harkavy: As a coach to some of the country's highest-profile executives, Daniel Ha…
 
In this episode of Minority Business Access, host Solomon RC Ali outlines the 8 steps you must take when researching a company, and how knowledge helps you invest with your head and not your emotions. From a company’s cashflow and quarterly reports to their ability to gain market share in a crowded space and its management team; learn where to find…
 
George Selgin is the director of the Cato Institute’s Center for Monetary and Financial Alternatives and is a returning guest to the podcast. He rejoins Macro Musings to talk about the Fed’s recent calls for comments on opening up Fed accounts to fintechs and other non-bank financial firms. George and David also discuss monetary plumbing issues, th…
 
Last week's Pt Mini Episode discussed regularly checking up on how your conducting is doing and generating a list of things to work on. This week, we talk about how to actually make changes to your conducting in any situation. Let us know what you think of these mini episodes. What do you want to hear more of? What should we cover? Reach out on soc…
 
On Episode 266 of Impact Boom, the Asia Pacific Social Innovation Partnership Award (APSIPA) Special Jury Prize recipient Dr. Andes Leung from WE+ and lead organiser Dr. Niven Huang discuss the future barriers, requirements and opportunities for social innovators to tackle social issues faced globally.…
 
This week, our contestants Josh Gondelman and Mary Chieffo join host Dave Holmes for some good old fashioned pep talks, a couple of competitive anecdotes, and pitch a few new product tie-ins for their favorite sports. Josh Gondelman would like to plug Make My Day and Desus & Mero and recommends Ziwe on Showtime and Flatbush Misdemeanors Mary Chieff…
 
Today we talk with conductor Damien Crutcher, Co-Founder and CEO of Crescendo Detroit, about how he adapted the best parts of El Sistema to make a difference in his community and how you can engage your students in a deeper way through collaborations between educators and performers. Today we Discuss: 00:51 Damien’s work with the Detroit Symphony, …
 
In this latest episode of Minority Business Access, host Solomon RC Ali and Farming and Agricultural Entrepreneur David Buurma chop it up about gaining access to exclusive financial circles, must have experts in your business network, the pros and cons of raising capital, going public versus staying private, leveraged buyouts, tax shelters, buying …
 
Adam Posen is the President of the Peterson Institute for International Economics. Previously, Adam was on the monetary policy committee of the Bank of England. He has also worked at the New York Fed and has advised many central banks and governments. Adam is also a returning guest to the podcast and re-joins Macro Musings to discuss his new articl…
 
Today we're talking about how to keep improving as a conductor long after you've left school. By running a regular checkup, you can identify what bad habits are getting in your way. Let us know what you think of these mini episodes. What do you want to hear more of? What should we cover? Reach out on social media or through the contact page on our …
 
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