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: 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

Podcast Of The Week: This Week In Doom

There’s only one episode up as of when I’m writing this, but Grant Williams and Doomberg (two excellent finance follows on Twitter and via their newsletters) are teaming up for something very special. Both are broad-level (aka “macro”) thinkers with substantial professional backgrounds. Both are tuned to think opportunistically about conditions, which means regularly untangling … Continue reading Podcast Of The Week: This Week In Doom

Podcast Of The Week: Strategic Stratechery

Every now and then Ben Thompson lets an article/podcast out from behind his paywall, and if you’re interested in strategy, you’ll want to take note.* There’s a lot of technical and jargony stuff going on here, but listen (or read) "Cloudflare's Disruption" and focus on this core concept: A small company (Cloudflare) is figuring out … Continue reading Podcast Of The Week: Strategic Stratechery

Podcast Of The Week: Software Is (Still Working On) Eating The World

Marc Andreessen on the invest like the best podcast

Maybe you won’t agree with everything Marc Andreessen says, but you have to admire the way the man constructs an argument and organizes his thoughts. If you have to think or speak in public, an interview like this is a masterclass. The big thread running through the entire episode is how software ate half of … Continue reading Podcast Of The Week: Software Is (Still Working On) Eating The World

Podcast Of The Week: Jim Bianco Just Altered My Entire View On NFTs

Ok, I know, I still haven’t written that NFT post I’ve promised to write, but I’m still learning. And god is there so much to learn here. Jim Bianco is one of my favorite macro thinkers and JC Parets is one of my favorite “the trends don’t lie” financial guys who helps keep my thinking … Continue reading Podcast Of The Week: Jim Bianco Just Altered My Entire View On NFTs

Going From Social Media To Social Media Driven Business

The modern creator's dilemma: social media is a great way to find and connect with customers, patrons, and fans. But (and it’s a BIG but), all the platforms kind of suck for monetizing your work. Everything is supposed to be… free. That’s not exactly synonymous with profitable. Plus, when we say ALL the platforms, we’re … Continue reading Going From Social Media To Social Media Driven Business

Podcast Of The Week: A Customer Acquisition Cost Masterclass With Jessi Pujji

Jessi Pujji knows a thing or two about customer acquisition. He’s a Jedi at social media marketing and has worked with some of the largest modern direct-to-consumer brands to help create and execute on their campaigns. Pujji showed up on the Founder’s Field Guide Podcast (ep. 27) with Patrick O’Shaughnessy this week and gave an … Continue reading Podcast Of The Week: A Customer Acquisition Cost Masterclass With Jessi Pujji