Podcast Of The Week: Jigar Shah On The DOE And Energy Policy In America

If you like business, if you’re interested in capitalism, incentives, and the overlap between public and private idea funding AND scaling… you’ll love this podcast episode and Jigar Shah.  Listen to Jigar Shah on the Oddlots podcast, “Jigar Shah on the DOE’s Role In Accelerating The Energy Transition.”  Change takes investment. Investment requires money. Money … Continue reading Podcast Of The Week: Jigar Shah On The DOE And Energy Policy In America

Podcast Of The Week: Godin And Koppelman (The Marketing Of Climate Change)

Seth Godin is back on Brian Koppelman’s The Moment podcast. I love that they’re friends and record these conversations for us to hear. While some of you will get very hyped up about what Godin’s latest book is about, some others amongst you will probably be hyped up against it. Listen with the intent of … Continue reading Podcast Of The Week: Godin And Koppelman (The Marketing Of Climate Change)

Podcast Of The Week: Retiring Philly Radio Legend Angelo Cataldi

Philly sports radio personality Angelo Cataldi is retiring from WIP at the age of 71.  He’s been hosting sports talk radio since before sports talk radio was a thing.  His Rhode Island accent combined with his upper-deck at the Vet attitude made him a local legend. Bryan Curtis had him on The Press Box to … Continue reading Podcast Of The Week: Retiring Philly Radio Legend Angelo Cataldi

Podcast Of The Week: How To Drive Short-Term Revenue NOW

Times are hard and perhaps getting harder. Summer is supposed to be about driving to the beach, and between gas prices, the collapse of globalization, and wondering if we can take time away from work ever, it’s stressful.  Take solace in the actionable. I’m still going to the beach in August. But I’m also still … Continue reading Podcast Of The Week: How To Drive Short-Term Revenue NOW

Podcast Of The Week: Luke Burgis on The Knowledge Project

Luke Burgis was making a lot of money and miserable. We’ve all heard these stories.  “Successful person finds peace after getting rich and then philosophizing to the rest of us to seemingly prove their own happiness to themselves.”  Blech.  But Burgis isn’t doing that. This one hit me. Hard. Burgis isn’t just helping us step … Continue reading Podcast Of The Week: Luke Burgis on The Knowledge Project

Podcast Of The Week: Zeihan On Geopolitics In 2022

Who knew a guy obsessed with maps could reframe the entire way we understand world history and where we might be headed? Peter Zeihan’s that guy.  He recently showed up on Meb Faber’s podcast to talk about his upcoming book, what’s happening in the world, and what’s moving markets. This matters more than just reading … Continue reading Podcast Of The Week: Zeihan On Geopolitics In 2022

Podcast Of The Week: Ben Hunt With JP O’Shaughnessy

I may have to make a separate list of “oh, to have the privilege of being a fly on the wall for this conversation” podcast episodes. Ben Hunt is the market/political game-theorist extraordinaire. JP O’Shaugnnessy is one of the original quant investors. The talk is supposed to be centered on the metaverse, but they cover … Continue reading Podcast Of The Week: Ben Hunt With JP O’Shaughnessy

Podcast Of The Week: Gave On What Is Happening In Global Markets

I need some optimism. I also need a fresh perspective on reality. Louis-Vincent Gave is a great macro thinker, and being that he both lives outside of the US, and does global investing/research, he’s just the insightful conversation I was looking for. Gave appeared on the MacroVoices podcast a few weeks ago and talked about … Continue reading Podcast Of The Week: Gave On What Is Happening In Global Markets

Podcast Of The Week: Seth Godin And Debbie Millman

Anytime Seth Godin and Debbie Millman get together it’s worth listening. They’re gods of marketing, design, and what I think we can agree to call, “vulnerable leadership.”  If you don’t know them, you’re in for a treat. If you do, you already know what it means to be a fly on the wall when they … Continue reading Podcast Of The Week: Seth Godin And Debbie Millman

Podcast Of The Week: The Tangible ‘20s

Disclosure: to my non-financial markets friends, I offer you this insight first, and then for whoever else still cares, you’ll want to check out the podcast below.  One interpretation of the decade (still mostly) in front of us is that it might be like The Roaring ‘20s all over again. Advances in technology, low unemployment, … Continue reading Podcast Of The Week: The Tangible ‘20s