Eric Sprott discusses the renewed and surging bull market in the precious metals as well as the intriguing profit potential offered by the mining shares.
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Shout out Susanna Page for the podcast intro! This might be one of the best episodes for DTC businesses that listen to the podcast. I did a fireside chat in London recently, got a lot of questions on Empathy Wines and KSwiss which I answered in a way to bring value to anyone selling direct to consumer. Would love for you to listen to the whole 19 minutes and tweet me @garyvee if you have any feedback/questions ;) Timestamps: :45 - How Empathy Wines started 3:15 - Year 2 of Empathy: act more as a brand rather than leveraging a personal brand 3:50 - Is Instagram the most important platform for Empathy? 6 - What is the best way for a DTC company to build brand 9:15 - Why it’s tough for publicly traded companies 12:15 - Brands moving into physical retail spaces 13:20 - Consumer’s only care about convenience 15 - KSwiss 004s campaign 16:15 - The role of influencers in DTC
Shout out Georgia Green for the intro! Today's episode is from a while back but is soooo fire. Benji Travis (check him out @benjimantv) stopped by to talk building brand, creating a team to help you win and thinking bigger. A lot of gold here - listen carefully!! Tweet me @garyvee with any feedback ;) Timestamps: 3:15 - How I built my brand 5:25 - The importance of engagement 8:00 - Using video to build a business around your passion 11:15 - You need to know you 13:05 - How to create a team to help you achieve your goals 16:40 - There’s talent out there, you just have to ask 17:10 - How much of storytelling should be aspirational? 19:30 - One life
Shout out Amanda Martin for the podcast intro! Today's episode is a mashup on accountability and winning. Tweet me @garyvee if you want to intro an episode, we're trying to get VaynerNation involved ;) Timestamps: 3:10 - You have to persevere 9 - If you’re good enough you will win 14:15 - Successful people work 20:10 - I’ve made so many calculated risks that failed 27:10 - The honey empire
What's up podcast! This episode is awesome new content as I sat down with John Caldwell to talk personal brand, entrepreneurship and all things business. Enjoy and tweet @garyvee with any takeaways questions or to just say hi :) Timestamps: 3:50 - My commitment to output 9:40 - How John is measuring his growth on social 17:05 - What's on your mind these days? 26:45 - Documenting vs creating 33:40 - Your immediate circle needs to understand the mission 40:35 - The power of post-production at scale
First off shout out Christine Capone for the podcast intro :). Cool episode for you all today - this is conversation with a fan who offered to drive me to an event a few weeks back in Stockholm. We talked about a business idea of hers, I think this will be unique insight into how I approach building businesses. Let me know what you thought on twitter @garyvee Timestamps: 1:50 - Hire people who are good at what you don’t like doing 3:15 - Divide and conquer, or do everything together? 5:30 - Potential market vs actual market 8:20 - Spend your time on business development 9:20 - How do I get Empathy Wines in Sweden?
Danielle DiMartino Booth is a former advisor to The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. In this episode of "Ask The Expert", she answers questions about the U.S. dollar, the U.S. economy and the recent shift in Federal Reserve policy.
For more than 30 years as editor-in-chief of Vogue, Anna Wintour has been the gatekeeper of high style. Anne McElvoy asks if the fashion business can genuinely deliver sustainability and shift catwalk stereotypes. They discuss why Wintour personally avoids social media and the consequences of Donald Trump’s tweets about non-white congresswomen. Also, she addresses why Melania Trump has not been asked to appear on Vogue's cover since becoming first ladyFor information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
This week marks the 50th anniversary of the launch of the Apollo 11 moon mission. Is humankind about to return there? And what do the next 50 years of space exploration? The task of moderating a platform with over two billion active users is a daunting one. Brent Harris, Facebook’s director of governance, explains his plans. And the science behind the search. Kenneth Cukier hosts.
A selection of three essential articles read aloud from the latest issue of The Economist. This week, Donald Trump’s re-election campaign is likely to be even more racially divisive than his first. WhatsApp has become Africa’s most popular messaging platform but also a political tool to spread misinformation (8’22). And, drag performers in China are adapting to their socially conservative society (16’17)
What's up podcast. Today you get to hear a fire keynote I did in Singapore earlier this year. A lot of high level marketing tactics, how to win on social and the importance of perspective and a state of the union of entrepreneurship. Tweet me @garyvee with any takeaways and enjoy your Monday ;) Timestamps: 6:30 - The importance of knowing what you like to do 12:30 - Targeting x creative 18:25 - The more content that you put out… 24 - Why more content leads to more success 32:20 - Hire people that are better at the things you’re not great at 38:30 - Mix up your content, for the audience 48 - Facebook and the cannabis industry 53:10 - The importance of humility 1:01:00 - People don’t understand entrepreneurs if they’re not entrepreneurs 1:06:00 - Don’t be in the convincing business
The opposition’s momentum has faded; many protesters are too tired to go on. Nicolás Maduro, the illegitimate president, is showing his grip on power with shows of force. Global shipping is in a slump—but a visit to the Port of Rotterdam reveals that the industry itself got the message late. And, assessing whether the internet is as ruinous to language as many assume. For information regarding your data privacy, visit www.acast.com/privacy
Volodymyr Zelensky’s Servant of the People party looks set to make big gains in Ukraine’s parliament this weekend. It must, if it wants to weaken oligarchs’ hold over the country. If space exploration and exploitation is to really take off, there’s one big thing missing: the laws to regulate it. And, we remember João Gilberto, the father of bossa nova, whose rise coincided with an all-too-brief cultural renaissance in Brazil.For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Ursula von der Leyen has a tough task ahead, pressing a broad agenda in a fragmented European Parliament. We take a look at the vast international collaboration that is weather prediction, where it’s heading and how climate change could make it harder. And, why the villages of Japan are where to head if you love getting close to bears. For information regarding your data privacy, visit www.acast.com/privacy
Shout out Anthony Smith for today's podcast intro. If you want to intro an episode make sure to tweet me @garyvee & @teamgaryvee with your feedback on twitter!! This episode is all about motivation. Hope you enjoy on this Sunday and are ready to crush it this week ;) Timestamps: 1:35 - I hope your truth is actually your truth 4:20 - Why can’t people understand the opportunity at hand 7:20 - Focus on the future, not the past 11:20 - The only thing I care about
In the early 20th century a new forensic technique—fingerprinting—displaced a cruder form of identification based on body measurements. Hailed as modern, scientific, and infallible, fingerprinting was adopted around the world. But in recent years doubts have been cast on its reliability, and a new technique—DNA profiling—has emerged as the forensic gold standard. In assuming it is infallible, are we making the same mistake again?
Eric Sprott discusses the events of the past week and how they will affect gold and silver prices in the weeks to come.
Last week’s episode asked how long American economic growth could last. Now, new figures reveal that China’s growth is the slowest in nearly three decades. What can the Chinese government do about it? Insurance companies make their money from predicting disaster, but as those risks change the industry is lagging behind. And England has won the Cricket World Cup in a controversial tiebreak – but are tiebreaks fair? Simon Long hosts
A dispute about industrial chemicals reveals tensions that have remained unresolved since the second world war—and threatens the global electronics market. In the Indian state of Assam, a trumped-up rule on citizenship singles out Muslims for detention and deportation. And, a look at why American and European working hours have diverged so much. For information regarding your data privacy, visit www.acast.com/privacy