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STORIES OF THE INFLUENCER ECONOMY WITH RYAN WILLIAMS
The Ryno Lab: Stories From The Influencer Economy with Ryan Williams explores the world of start-up business, social media, technology and people building revolutionary ideas online. Listeners can learn from guests who make-up the elite class of influencers, a group comprised of creators, entrepreneurs, technologists and writers. The Influencer Economy unlocks secrets that reveal how to successfully launch your business or product to the world. Guests include Willie Geist, Jonah Keri, Alan Sepinwall, Veronica Belmont, Brad Feld, Derek Sivers, Freddie Wong, Sarah Weichell, & Anthony Saleh. You don’t need to go to business school. You don’t need a Harvard degree. You don’t need to know celebrities. And you don’t need to have a lot of money. You need to learn from the leaders of the modern business era in Stories From The Influencer Economy. Ryan Williams is a writer, entrepreneur and marketer living in Los Angeles.
COMPULSIVE OVEREATING DIARY | LIFE WITH BINGE EATING...
Raw and truthful, Laurie Weaver, of Daily Adventure Tales, gives you an intimate look inside her lifelong battle with compulsive eating and binge eating disorder. Diets and binges, blame and hope, huge and rapid body weight fluctuations, peace and acceptance, guilt and rage. Laurie invites you to share her day to day journey toward better health and self-acceptance, bumps and all. She hopes to be a companion to others who struggle with, and to those who wish to learn more about compulsive overeating.
EconPop is the show that sifts through the haystack of popular culture to find the needle of economics within... and then stabs you with it! Starring comedian Andrew Heaton economist Steven Horwitz and professor of literature Paul Cantor, EconPop takes a surprisingly deep look at the economic themes running through classic films, new releases, tv shows and more from the best of pop culture and entertainment. The EconPop Podcast brings a unique mix of dry wit and whimsy to bear on the dismal science of economics and the result is always entertaining, educational and irreverent. It’s Econ 101 meets At The Movies, with a dash of Monty Python. New episodes of EconPop, the world’s first and best econ-themed pop culture review show, will be released every other week on iTunes and EconStories.tv along with the YouTube Show, which is like this podcast, only shorter and with moving pictures. Don’t miss a single episode, or Adam Smith will haunt your dreams!