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    Explore "communication" with insightful episodes like "How Marriage Legally Changes Your Financial Rights", "Berkshire After Charlie", "Harvard Business Prof on Failing Well", "How unprocessed childhood TRAUMA is effecting your relationships - Dr Samantha Hiew, PhD" and "Microsoft’s Reminder: Don’t Sleep on Giants" from podcasts like ""The Money with Katie Show", "Motley Fool Money", "Motley Fool Money", "ADHD Chatter" and "Motley Fool Money"" and more!

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    How Marriage Legally Changes Your Financial Rights

    How Marriage Legally Changes Your Financial Rights
    Most of our listeners probably know they should be involved in the ~marital finances.~ But very few people, it seems, understand how signing a marriage contract legally changes their financial rights (I know I didn't back when I got married!). Whether you’re single and considering marriage one day, already happily married, or experiencing divorce, this episode is a must-listen. Content warning: This episode includes stories of intimate partner violence as well as financial abuse. This is not financial or legal advice—please do your own due diligence, as laws vary by state. Transcripts, show notes, production credits, and more can be found at: https://moneywithkatie.com/marriage-financial-rights. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Berkshire After Charlie

    Berkshire After Charlie
    Warren Buffett’s annual letter points to a steady path ahead. (00:21) Jason Moser and Deidre Woollard discuss: - Why Berkshire Hathaway doesn’t pay a dividend. - If utility businesses are in trouble. - What a mountain of cash means for the insurance business. (17:53) Ken Costa, author of The $100 Trillion Dollar Wealth Transfer, explains how a sea change in wealth could impact the world’s financial future. Companies discussed: BRK.A, BRK.B, DPZ, LULU Claim your Epic discount: www.fool.com/epic Host: Deidre Woollard Guests: Jason Moser, Ken Costa Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Dan Boyd, Chace Przylepa Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Harvard Business Prof on Failing Well

    Harvard Business Prof on Failing Well
    Why would Eli Lilly put on a failure party? Deidre Woollard talked about the art of failing with Amy Edmondson, the Novartis Professor of Leadership and Management at the Harvard Business School, and author of “Right Kind of Wrong”. They discuss: - The complex failure at Boeing. - What to do after something goes wrong. - The problem with “move fast and break things.” Companies discussed: BA, LLY Host: Deidre Woollard Guest: Amy Edmondson Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Dan Boyd, Chace Przylepa Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Microsoft’s Reminder: Don’t Sleep on Giants

    Microsoft’s Reminder: Don’t Sleep on Giants
    Microsoft taking the spot as the largest company in the world is a good reminder that sometimes it takes a while for big names to turn it around. We explain why and talk about how IBM and Comcast could have good times ahead. (00:21) Bill Mann and Andy Cross discuss: - Microsoft crossing $3T and surpassing Apple as the largest publicly traded company. - Alibaba’s co-founders buying up $200M shares, and the state of investing in China. - Tesla’s tough, but predictable quarter, big subscriber growth from Netflix, and why IBM is a sneaky AI play. (19:11) Motley Fool Money’s Deidre Woollard caught up with Jeff Edison, co-founder and CEO of Phillips Edison & Company, to understand the importance of necessity-based goods in retail, what consumers want right now – both in terms of concepts and convenience. (29:49) Bill and Andy talk how Comcast looks more interesting as Peacock grows and two stocks on their radar: Spotify and MercadoLibre. Stocks discussed: MSFT, AAPL, BABA, TSLA, NFLX, IBM, SPOT, MELI, PECO Host: Dylan Lewis Guests: Bill Mann, Andy Cross, Deidre Woollard, Jeff Edison Engineers: Tim Sparks, Dan Boyd Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Rich Girl Roundup: Planning Group Travel Without Breaking the Bank

    Rich Girl Roundup: Planning Group Travel Without Breaking the Bank
    Trying to plan a group trip with friends who make wildly different incomes? We got you—here are Katie and Henah's best tips for balancing fun and financials. Welcome back to #RichGirlRoundup, Money with Katie's weekly segment where Katie and MWK's Executive Producer Henah answer your burning money questions. Each month, we'll put out a call for questions on her Instagram (@moneywithkatie). New episodes every week. Transcript, show resources, production credits and more can be found at https://moneywithkatie.com/planning-group-travel. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    One Company’s Quest to Burst Apple’s Blue Bubble Texts

    One Company’s Quest to Burst Apple’s Blue Bubble Texts
    If you text on a smartphone, chances are you’ve seen the problem: blue text bubbles versus green texts. It's a visual symbol of the problems that Android and iPhone users have when trying to text each other. WSJ’s Nicole Nguyen on the blue-green texting divide and one company’s fight to pop Apple’s iMessage exclusivity. Further Reading: - The Fight Over Apple’s iMessage and Those Green Bubbles  - Why Apple’s iMessage Is Winning: Teens Dread the Green Text Bubble  Further Listening: - How Apple Lost to the EU  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Survivor Takeover!

    Survivor Takeover!
    “People aren’t stocks.” That’s just one of the realizations Fool analyst Emily Flippen came to during her time on the hit show, “Survivor.” Mary Long caught up with Emily to debrief on her time as a castaway in Fiji. They also discuss: Emily’s best-case scenario path to the Final Three, Conversations at camp (plus, whether she now believes that aliens built the pyramids), And what stocks she’d gift to the remaining castaways. Companies discussed: DASH, UBER Host: Mary Long Guest: Emily Flippen Engineer: Tim Sparks Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Would A Macy’s Buyout Be A Miracle On 34th Street?

    Would A Macy’s Buyout Be A Miracle On 34th Street?
    Should investors be excited about a big department store potentially going private? (00:21) Jason Moser and Deidre Woollard discuss: - The potential for Macy’s going private. - If department stores are going the way of the dodo. - What could change the regulatory climate for big deals. (17:06) Ricky Mulvey and Matt Frankel dive into Boston Omaha, a company that could be poised to be the next great conglomerate. Companies discussed: BOC, M, WMT, AMZN Host: Deidre Woollard Guests: Jason Moser, Ricky Mulvey, Matt Frankel Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Dan Boyd, Annie Pope Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    David Heinemeier Hansson (DHH) on the ‘Post-SaaS era' | E1856

    David Heinemeier Hansson (DHH) on the ‘Post-SaaS era' | E1856

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    DHH joins Jason to discuss a post-SaaS world and Once.com (2:29), the evolving landscape of remote work (21:31), navigating internal culture struggles at Basecamp (32:53), and much more!

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    (32:53) The state of fundraising and DHH recounts Basecamp's internal culture struggles

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    (1:08:08) How willful exposure to hardship can build grit and resilience.

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    Morgan Housel and History’s Unending Loop

    Morgan Housel and History’s Unending Loop
    What does it mean if history is just the same movie, playing over and over?  Morgan Housel is a longtime Fool contributor and the bestselling author of The Psychology of Money. Dylan Lewis caught up with Morgan to talk about his latest book, Same as Ever: A Guide to What Never Changes. They discuss: The not-so-helpful side effect of having fewer economic downturns Why true optimists believe that the future is messy Cautionary tales from companies that “got too wide” And what Warren Buffett understands about storytelling. Tickers discussed: MSFT, GM, APPL, SSU, BRK.A, BRK.B Claim your Stock Advisor discount here: www.fool.com/mfmdiscount Premium Motley Fool US members can check out the latest “Mindset with Morgan Housel” episode here. Host: Dylan Lewis Guest: Morgan Housel Producer: Mary Long Engineer: Rick Engdahl Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    139. How to have better first dates!

    139. How to have better first dates!

    Dating in our 20s can feel like a minefield, a lot of people don't know what they want, what they like, we get ghosted, we get stood up, and then there are the first dates. First dates can feel intimidating but today we are breaking down my 10 tips to have the best first dates of your life. By adopting the mindset that you are there to learn more about yourself and have a fun experience, we take first dates off a pedestal and lower the stakes.

    Dating is a skill than anything else, it is something that we get better at over time, so what are some ways that we can have better first dates from a psychological perspective, how can we really draw these people in, feel our best, feel most charismatic and in our power but also able to get what we want out of this experience: from the scent you wear, to the location you should choose, the nonverbal cues you should be putting out, how to leverage the power of suspense, all of that and more in this episode. Listen now. 

     

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    Buffett's Advantage

    Buffett's Advantage
    When you have about $150 billion in cash on hand, you’re never out of position for making a decision. Shane Parrish is the founder of Farnam Street, the host of “The Knowledge Project” podcast, and the author of “Clear Thinking: Turning Ordinary Moments Into Extraordinary Results.” Mary Long caught up with Parrish to discuss: - Decision making lessons from Warren Buffett, Charlie Munger, and Daniel Kahneman. - How to create rules to become a more disciplined investor. - Tips for writing an investment thesis. Tickers discussed: BRK.A, BRK.B Host: Mary Long Guest: Shane Parrish Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineer: Tim Sparks Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Rich Girl Roundup: Behind the Scenes of MWK—Our Revenue, Creative Process, & More

    Rich Girl Roundup: Behind the Scenes of MWK—Our Revenue, Creative Process, & More
    What is Money with Katie behind the scenes really like? We compiled all your submitted questions from Instagram, and Katie and Henah share the inside scoop on everything from revenue and sponsorships, to how they pick and write episodes. Welcome back to #RichGirlRoundup, Money with Katie's weekly segment where Katie and MWK's Executive Producer Henah answer your burning money questions. Each month, we'll put out a call for questions on her Instagram (@moneywithkatie). New episodes every week. Transcripts, resources, show credits, and more can be found at https://moneywithkatie.com/rich-girl-roundup-behind-the-scenes-of-mwk. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Walter Isaacson on Elon Musk

    Walter Isaacson on Elon Musk
    Elon Musk is a serial monotasker. He’s also obsessed with risk. What makes him tick?  Ricky Mulvey caught up with Walter Isaacson to talk about the force that is Elon Musk. They also discuss: The importance of the letter X How to craft a “cocktail of a fanatical risk taker”  And Musk’s latest endeavor into “real world artificial intelligence”  Tickers discussed: TSLA, GOOG, GOOGL Host: Ricky Mulvey Guest: Walter Isaacson Producer: Mary Long Engineer: Dan Boyd Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    In the Pilot’s Seat

    In the Pilot’s Seat
    The Blue Angels are an elite team of U.S. Naval pilots who maneuver $40 million planes at hundreds of miles per hour while flying mere inches from each other. What’s it like to be in the cockpit?  Ricky Mulvey caught up with John “GUCCI” Foley, a former lead solo pilot for the Blue Angels, a keynote speaker, and the author of “Fearless Success.” They discuss: How to find your centerpoint – in airshows and investing What it’s like to sit on a multi-million-dollar sell option And the importance of being “glad to be here” Host: Ricky Mulvey Guest: John Foley Producer: Mary Long Engineers: Rick Engdahl Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    The Trial of Crypto’s Golden Boy, Episode 1: The Limit Does Not Exist

    The Trial of Crypto’s Golden Boy, Episode 1: The Limit Does Not Exist
    Before his downfall, Sam Bankman-Fried drew comparisons to Warren Buffett, J.P. Morgan and other titans of finance. As his trial approaches, WSJ’s Caitlin Ostroff charts the meteoric rise of crypto’s golden boy, exploring how he sold customers and powerful people on his ideas, while hiding secrets under the hood of his flashy crypto empire.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Back-to-School Stocks

    Back-to-School Stocks
    Kids are expensive. Consumers are estimated to spend more than $100 billion on back-to-school shopping this year, according to the National Retail Federation. Deidre Woollard, Mary Long, and Ricky Mulvey got together to talk about companies that could ride the tailwinds of back-to-school season. They discuss:  Surprises from a survey revealing the brand preferences of college interns Why “experiential” spending could be the future, or failure, of one big-box sports retailer If chatbots killed the homework help business And six stocks that play to back-to-school trends Tickers discussed: MBG.DE, TSLA, META, GOOGL, UBER, LYFT, SPOT, AAPL, PYPL, DKS, TGT, SNAP, ELF, CMG, CHGG Host: Mary Long Guest: Deidre Woollard, Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Tim Sparks, Rick Engdahl Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Dulcé & Josh vs. YouTube Comments | Hold Up with Dulcé Sloan & Josh Johnson

    Dulcé & Josh vs. YouTube Comments | Hold Up with Dulcé Sloan & Josh Johnson

    Dulcé and Josh are reacting to their favorite comments from this season. Moderated by Roy Wood Jr., Dulcé and Josh respond to comments from “Conscious Rap vs. Club Bangers,” “Summer vs. Winter,” “Vanilla vs. Chocolate,” “Diners vs. Waffle House,” and “Chicken Soup vs. Tomato Soup!” It’s Dulcé and Josh vs. the YouTube Comments this week on Hold Up.

     

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    Grab Your Groceries

    Grab Your Groceries
    More of us are going to Walmart, but Aldi just made a big move that has put it on the radar of Big Grocery. Bill Barker and Deidre Woollard discuss: - Whether Walmart is learning from grocers or grocers are learning from Walmart. - If an Aldi acquisition spells the end of the beloved Winn-Dixie brand. - Why Amazon has struggled with getting grocery right. Companies discussed: WMT, TGT, KR, ACI, AMZN Host: Deidre Woollard Guest: Bill Barker Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineer: Dan Boyd Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices