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Where creative entrepreneurs get their questions answered. I Want To Know is a no-fluff, 30-minute weekly podcast to help you grow your audience and business. In each episode, host and For The Interested newsletter creator Josh Spector answers three questions from a creative entrepreneur to help them overcome their challenges and accomplish their goals. Each answer becomes a 10-minute conversation in which Josh shares advice based on proven strategies he’s used to grow and monetize his audie ...
 
Welcome to ‘What I Want to Know’, one of the most downloaded K-12 education podcasts in the country! Listen in with our host, Kevin P. Chavous, as he connects with innovators and leaders who share practical, transformative solutions to the biggest challenges in education today. As America rethinks the future of schooling, Kevin explores emerging needs and possibilities, for students and educators alike, through short, stimulating conversations. Subscribe to ‘What I Want to Know’ on Apple Pod ...
 
"Unlock the secrets of success and gain valuable insights from experts in various fields with 'Things I Want To Know'. This engaging podcast features interviews and conversations with people who have achieved success in their respective fields, sharing their knowledge and experiences to help you reach your goals. Whether you're looking to start a business, advance in your career, or simply learn something new, this podcast has something for everyone. Listen now and expand your horizons with ...
 
Hello,這裡是 ﹝都想知道的﹞, 由希爾、凱和Summer三位女生,藉由聊天談話的方式帶出各式主題和分享 --- 從生活出發,淬煉心靈成長,探討廣泛人際相處 透過主題分享彼此,或邀請有相關經驗的人,與我們聊聊那些關於你我都想知道的人生選擇題 --- 合作邀約|allwanttoknow.info@gmail.com Powered by Firstory Hosting
 
You-Want-To-Know is a radio show where you can find out what you want to know; from spirituality, overcoming child abuse, rape, parents with drug and alcohol addictions, waiting to exhale, spousal abuse, forgiveness, mentoring and motivation. Let's talk about it. Get it out in the open and off our chests.
 
Waves are all around us. Light waves enable us to see and to sense colours, sound waves help us communicate, and enjoy music. Waves can also heat our houses and even move mountains! But how can waves do all these things? And what is a wave anyway? Well, if you’ve been to the seaside or dropped a pebble in a pond, you’ll already have an idea of what a wave is like. This brand new series explores these questions and more!
 
Lethal Autonomous Weapons: 10 things we want to know is a podcast series produced as part of the LAWS and War Crimes research project, based at the International Law department of the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies and funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation. The podcast is hosted by the members of the research team: Paola Gaeta (the project lead), Marta Bo, Abhimanyu George Jain, and Alessandra Spadaro. Over the course of ten episodes, they will intervie ...
 
In my years as a real estate agent — I’ve seen one single unifying theme that seems to rear its ugly head in almost every single transaction — Fear. Fear of the market — “Is now the right time to buy?” Fear of making a mistake — “What if there’s something wrong with the house I want to buy?” And, yes, even fear of Realtors themselves, “What if I pick someone that won’t protect me?” It paralyzes people from taking any sort of action. Rather than POTENTIALLY making some sort of error, they pre ...
 
Serial entrepreneur, branding expert and blogger with over 35 years experience in helping some or the worlds biggest brands as well as smallest startups to find success. Arthur Luke shares his incredible knowledge and experience so you can avoid those costly mistakes that can so easily kill off your dream of starting your own business before it even begins. Arthur shares real world actionable insights, tips and startup strategies as well as step-by-step tutorials on how to make your idea for ...
 
Filmmaker, writer, musician and professional creative--Nero Nava introduces you to people, places, and things that you may not know about. And, if you do, you certainly won't know from this particular perspective. Nero's wide and eclectic guests range from artists, archivists, taste-makers, professionals, public figures, and activists. Nero sits down with these folks, interviews them, and sandwiches the interviews with songs selected by the guest (and Nero). Because choices, tastes, and pref ...
 
What They Don't Want you to Know About Money. WTDWYTKAM Podcasts from Gerald centred on Personal Financial Planning, Wealth Creation and Career Development. Gerald is a CFP Professional, Wealth Planning and Training Business Owner. Gerald is active in the media and supports financial literacy by contributing as a published author, International Speaker, Entrepreneur, Freelance financial journalist and providing expert commentary with his own TV shows and radio spots. https://linktr.ee/GERALD ...
 
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The bioscience company working to de-extinct the Mammoth and the Tasmanian Tiger (if it's actually gone) sets its sights on a new goal: resurrecting the Dodo. TikTok outpaces the LAPD in capturing a Tesla road rager. The CDC announces a disturbing warning about antibiotic-resistant bacteria in eyedrops. All this and more in this week's Strange News…
 
Things I Want To Know", where we unravel the mysteries of the unknown and seek answers to the questions that have eluded us for far too long. Today, we delve into the dark world of chronic pain and the search for a cure. Our guest, Dr. Mitchell Yass, DPT, claims to have uncovered a solution to this debilitating condition affecting millions worldwid…
 
Ben has disappeared, giving Matt and Noel the perfect chance to catch up on a slew of voicemails in this special listener mail segment. More Broccoli calls in to ask about what makes our taste change -- do kids detect things adults simply can't? A Conspiracy Realist with experience in fire suppression weighs in on the mysterious NYPD Warehouse Fire…
 
In the wake of the pandemic and online learning, many are rethinking the traditional model of public education. Educational innovators are increasingly incorporating project-based learning as an alternative to standardized curriculum and testing. Some argue that it can lead to more equitable outcomes for all students and better prepare students for…
 
Show Notes 👉 Watch this episode on YouTube Mentioned on the episode: I Want To Know How To Build A $100K Business The Two Ways To Grow Your Audience: Do More or Do Less To Connect with Yong-Soo Chung: Podcast: First Class Founders Instagram: @YongSooChung To connect with Josh Spector: Newsletter: Fortheinterested.com/subscribe Skill Sessions: Joshs…
 
‘Wherever you go, there you are’…. No no no… ‘you’re running from your problems’. You know these sayings? But, hey, what if you like to travel? What if the world is a restless place intellectually and emotionally…and you feel you have to keep it moving? I’ve been that guy…I met my next guest while working as surly floor people at Amoeba Music SF. O…
 
2022 was a great year for travel, with a few exceptions. In this episode I talk about travel to Florida, Las Vegas, Indianapolis, and San Diego. How was the Cape Coral and Fort Myers area before Hurricane Ian? How is it looking now that the clean up is in progress? I'll look at some market statistics and share some ideas on when and where to go in …
 
M writes in with some (frankly disturbing) stuff the military doesn't want you to know. Snag Daddy shares a strange tale about haunted planes from over in the Pacific. Kevyn prompts a conversation about the nature of style -- can it be copyrighted? All this and more in this week's Listener Mail. They don't want you to read our book.: https://static…
 
We've all been there - you're at a gathering of friends or family, when someone starts to go off the rails, expounding a strange series of unfounded conspiracies (or worse). How do you connect with this person, and help guide them away from the cognitive brink toward the world of critical thought? In the second part of this two-series, the guys exp…
 
Hey, Stuff They Don't Want You To Know listeners! The newest season of another true crime pod, Paper Ghosts, is live. Go check out the beginning of Season 3!” About Paper Ghosts: When a young college student’s car was found stranded on the side of a busy midwest highway in 1992, police figured it was a runaway case. Nine days later, she was found b…
 
Join the guys as they hang out with Lucky Yates, the prolific actor and voice of Dr. Krieger of FX's Archer, to explore everything from the frightening future of biotechnology to the (alleged) resurrection of the dodo and more. They don't want you to read our book.: https://static.macmillan.com/static/fib/stuff-you-should-read/ See omnystudio.com/l…
 
NATO countries pledge tanks to Ukraine, triggering the Doomsday Clock. Ticketmaster is back in the spotlight, and Congress may intervene on behalf of Taylor Swift fans? Stunning breakthroughs in gene therapy pose a series of amazing -- and potentially horrific -- possibilities. All this and more in this week's Strange News. They don't want you to r…
 
Alcohol's been around for centuries and has been used to help boost confidence, ease anxiety and make exciting memories or lack of remembering. So what does it take to make it way more complicated than the kids you see in various places to buy? Today, we're going to ask questions about everything alcohol will choose. Today, we're going to be talkin…
 
Even if you've never seen her films or know her by name, you will almost certainly recognize Marilyn Monroe. This famous Hollywood icon rose to global fame as a model, actress, and socialite -- only to die, officially from an overdose, at the young age of 36. And ever since that day, people around the world have spent decades asking whether there's…
 
Conspiracy Realist Mike describes his first hand experience working in the mental health field in the 1990s. A letter about synesthesia prompts a discussion on the nature of experience -- and whether this particular sensory phenomenon can be taught. Toad reaches out to relay some insider info explaining anomalous sonic booms -- and and a (completel…
 
With all the news about art programs like Midjourney, chat applications like ChatGPT and so on, it's no wonder more and more people are concerned 'AI' -- however defined, may put their jobs in danger. But how true is that? Is 'AI' coming for you? Tune in to learn more in the first part of this ongoing series. They don't want you to read our book.: …
 
In recent years, school choice has become a growing issue among parents. A 2022 National School Choice Week survey found that more than half of parents were considering a different school for one of their children. In our shifting education landscape, some parents are turning away from public schools, while others remain staunch advocates of public…
 
Show Notes 👉 Watch this episode on YouTube Mentioned on the episode: I Want To Know How To Sell Newsletter Ads To Connect with Rob Roseman: Website: https://www.wtfdivorce.com/ Podcast: WTF divorce Instagram: @wtfdivorce To connect with Josh Spector: Newsletter: Fortheinterested.com/subscribe Skill Sessions: Joshspector.com/sessions Consulting: Jos…
 
If you had a chance to save a loved one, would you take it? How far would you go? It's the gang's collective birthday this month, so as a way of saying thanks to you Conspiracy Realists around the world (and beyond), the guys have teamed up with their extended conspiracy family to present a unique tale of morality, of good and evil, and... fast foo…
 
A letter from the self-described 'ultra rich' argues the rich must be taxed to prevent catastrophic inequality. Getty images files a legal complaint on companies making AI-assisted image software. In an interview on state-funded news, 58-year-old serial killer Mikhail Popkov volunteers to join the Russian military. All this and more on today's Stra…
 
Musician, author, and music therapist. Author of 'Guitar Music for the Mid-Life Crisis (Music: Why We Listen, Why We Play) and 'The Dancing Beast,' a novel set in the 16th Cent. England with parallels to our time. the Certification Board for Music Therapists https://www.cbmt.org/ There's a button at the top right, "Find a therapist" Guitar Music fo…
 
More than a century since the Wright brothers made history at Kitty Hawk, aircraft still seem like a stunning, new -- and potentially terrifying -- invention. It's no wonder that flight, like so many other forms of transit, has become embedded in the the human psyche. In today's episode, Ben, Matt and Noel delve deep into stories of 'haunted' aircr…
 
Ben follows up on augmented reality and the ongoing communications from protestors in Iran. A caller asks for information about the alleged disappearance of the young inventor Max Loughan. A listener writes in to provide a Peruvian perspective on birthrates in agrarian economies. All this and more in this week's listener mail. They don't want you t…
 
There's a lot of information out there these days -- and, unfortunately, a lot of it isn't true. But how can we learn to discern fact from fiction? In today's episode, Ben, Matt and Noel explore the basis of critical thought and skepticism, and how your own brain can conspire against you in your search for the truth. They don't want you to read our…
 
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