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#004: Case Studies: How to Earn $200+ an Hour Writing Short Success Stories

High-Income Business Writing: Freelance Writing | Copywriting | Content Writing | How to Freelance

43:24 | May 15th, 2013

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This episode wasn’t about weeding plants but weeding library books (i.e. getting rid of books from the library collection). I love physical books so this was heartbreaking for me to hear the weeding o...Show More


This was such a touching episode about Globe and Mail journalist Ann Hui’s journey in understanding Chinese food across Canada and the search for her own family’s history as part of her book Chop Suey...Show More


Exploring the YIMBY movement

Housing Matters: The Vancouver Real Estate Show

25:39 | Jun 25th


Hear from multiple gentrifications across different cultures on the changing face of Seattle's Chinatown International District.


31. Le Train Bleu

The Land of Desire: French History and Culture

30:20 | Aug 31st, 2017

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Interesting look into the colonial history of the delicious Bánh Mì that is not has delicious. Can't believe the French colonists didn't eat Vietnamese food. It's so good! Thanks @karadidomizio for ...Show More


42. The History of Champagne

The Land of Desire: French History and Culture

44:50 | Aug 16th, 2018


Always wondered how GIPHY planned to make money. Now I know. 🤑


The State of Venture Capital

The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

55:57 | Nov 13th, 2015


81 - The Lamb Funeral Home

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

51:44 | May 17th, 2015

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Are women just better hedge fund managers than men because they’re just inherently better at managing money? Or is that a bad data and there’s something worse about hedge fund gender situation underly...Show More


McDonald's French Fries are my secret vice. Now I feel jibbed because I want to try the better beef tallow version! But at the same time, I admire Phil Sokolof's crusade against high fat foods.


The Future of VC is Here

Stanford Innovation Lab with Tina Seelig

30:44 | Sep 21st, 2016


Good reminder that hitting milestones and executing doesn't mean your business and product will be a success.


Enjoyed this episode about the role of opinion writing and editorial pages in mainstream media in the age of Twitter and divisive opinions. They interview the NYT deputy editor of opinion and lobbed s...Show More


Episode 373: Joel Spolsky on Startups: Growth, and Valuation

Software Engineering Radio - The Podcast for Professional Software Developers

51:24 | Jul 18th


“We like your culture sometimes unless it inconveniences us” Even though whether the Go-Go music stayed on or not is not comparable to some of the larger issues of gentrification like affordability im...Show More


606. The English Seaside (with James)

Luke's ENGLISH Podcast - Learn British English with Luke Thompson

1:33:45 | Jul 24th

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This is probably one of the most in-depth interviews with Melinda Gates I've heard. I didn't know she was Catholic. Jarvis asked an interesting question about how Melinda reconciled her religion with ...Show More


1: The Storm

Empty Frames

37:31 | Feb 6th, 2018

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Food court + shopping centers! @bychrischeung - May be up your alley.


249 - Why Some People Never Apologize

The Savvy Psychologist's Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Mental Health

10:21 | Jun 27th

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“Growth is connecting more people to the existing value proposition” vs creating new value props or strengthening value props. This is a superb episode with great mental frameworks on how to think abo...Show More


Unlocking user onboarding for growth - Emily Lonetto @ Clio

Product to Product: A Product Management Podcast for / by Product People

36:20 | May 7th

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"100% of users go through onboarding, but not all your product features." Good overview on why onboarding is important. Interesting discussion on "micro-onboarding" instead of trying to do everything ...Show More


North stars are leading you astray - Brian Balfour @ Reforge

Product to Product: A Product Management Podcast for / by Product People

31:30 | Apr 23rd