"It's about whether or not women can succeed in political office." -- overwhelmingly this episode seems to suggest that this goal is a LOT harder to achieve than we might think, TODAY! Yesterdays' Jason Kenney win will make this even harder as his party is primed to set the women's movement back by decades. Depressing but #MustListen
I had always thought pyramid scheme is so well known that no way this is still a thing. However, reality is these MLMs still very much in the picture. They might even be controlling the law! This podcast is definitely an eye-opener.
This well reported investigation just confirms how important our philanthropic and compliance efforts are for hospitals and healthcare. Though this tragic story took place in a developing country, it is a rising global problem even in our backyards.
Interesting to hear what it's like to deliver packages for Amazon. Didn't know that Amazon was syphoning off their deliveries to gig workers to fulfill demand from Prime etc. Would have liked to hear more from gig couriers who are doing it full-time, but appreciated the effort in this short, but informative segment.
All about Lyft, not sure what I think of them, as a company seems like they are doing great but they have a lot of control over their drivers and seemily have a plan to even replace them. Great analysis here, mostly pro lyft but mention other side.
My buddy and former coworker, Rich Polt, Founder, and President of Acknowledge Media is a guest on this podcast episode. Rich helps families and institutions preserve their legacies. He is a great film producer and meaningful storyteller.
Logic’s first album is one of my favourites so it’s awesome to hear about what went into creating it. I also had no idea how young Chris was when starting Visionary Music Group. This makes me want a music podcast hosted by Guy Raz.
Enjoyed this chat. Talked about UBI, what is the demographic of historical successful founders (they mostly all come from upper-middle class families) - for now at least, AI, nuclear power, impact of high skill immigration to a country.. a lot 🤓
Talked about how calling yourself a socialist is pretty common these days and how the definition of socialism has changed for Millennials. ie) No longer the government controls production but it should take responsibility for health, education etc..
I’m very hesitant to echo my own show here, but our guest is one of the top experts on Hungarian politics. He is the former president of Central European University and we were extremely lucky to get some of his time.