Aboard is a web app designed to make it easier to manage your data with your peers, whether at home or work. It's a tool that makes it possible for anyone to build software. It turns out building a tool like that is really hard. Veteran entrepreneurs Rich Ziade and Paul Ford share the hilarity and examine their own hubris in starting yet another software startup.
Who's that knocking at the door? It's Paul! Come to check on his old friend Rich. Isn't it time for a new podcast? Isn't it time to get going? The answer is...yes.
Crypto exchange FTX has melted down, whatever that means—and it turns out nothing means what it seems to mean, especially the word "exchange." Paul and Rich invite two friends to guide us through the latest crypto maelstrom, finance journalist and crypto chronicler Matt Levine and polymath crypto advisor/journalist Aaron Lammer. Can they explain what's happening? Can Aaron convince Paul that crypto is just getting started? Why is our first podcast about crypto?
Paul has a big idea: There's a strong case to be made that Queen Elizabeth II was the best CEO of the last century. So he makes it to Rich, outlining what makes a great CEO in the process. Rich buys in to the theory, then changes the conversation to chocolate.
Twitter seems to be cooked (or is it). Where do we go now? We talk to Jason Goldman, former VP of Product at Twitter, and to each other, of course, and Paul admits that he really likes Mastodon.
Paul role-plays as Jim, a hapless and cranky young product/project manager at some company or other. Jim hankered for a promotion, oh how he hankered, but now there's a recession looming, and Jim—well, he's never experienced one before. So he's come to ask Rich for advice. How do you thrive in a recession? What do you need to do to get the big account, or the big promotion, when things are looking kind of dire? Rich, of course, has bullet points.
Paul and Rich talk conspiracies: Where they come from and why people keep going in for them. Paul pretends to be a guy named Jeff who is falling into QAnon. They talk about where conspiracy thinking comes from, what to do, and how to handle Christmas Dinner.
Rich has been a Customer Success Manager Level IV for Salesforce for 13 years—and he's panicking. He heard a cable bill got renegotiated by a robot and now he's convinced the robots are coming for his job. Paul unpacks that with him and helps him see that there could be new ways of working and doing things for him and his team, and then Paul and Rich demonstrate the absolute state of the art in AI technology.
The last episode of 2022! Paul and Rich talk about the World Cup, in a general way, but then they start to talk about how soccer functions as a platform in the world—how to see it as a kind of technology.
Rich and Paul come back to the office after the holidays just full of predictions for tech, politics, and the economy.
Rich advises Paul (who is pretending to be a guy who works in video editing) on whether to quit his job or not. Together, they look into THE VOID. The VOID looks back. Paul digresses on corporatist epistemology. In the end everything is okay.
Paul and Rich talk about modern shopping experiences—and how big box retail is increasingly like a warehouse for online orders, while more and more commerce becomes focused around community and live events.
Rich has an idea about how to completely revolutionize the remote workplace. Typical hijinks ensue.
A conversation about the robots taking our job—and how various forces have been taking our jobs for a while, and personal experiences with jobs and robots.
Rich and Paul talk through the tech layoffs, explaining why they happen, why they suck, and what you can do about them (very little) and what you can do for the people involved in them (far more).
Ziade and Ford ADVISORS right? Well you know the oldest kind of advice? Proverbs. Paul picks out some interesting ones to see what happens. Thoughts ensue.
Rich thinks kids these days have it too easy. He complains about his bursitis for thirty minutes (just kidding). But he and Paul talk about constraints and the media, and how to raise kids. Advice is given. You know what this is.
Paul found himself in a CEO position again, and he's finding trouble keeping people accountable and setting deadlines for others. Rich provides useful and universal career advice to Paul, on how to demand accountability.
Paul is no longer the CEO of Aboard. Rich and Paul have switched positions, as the criteria with being the CEO of Aboard includes a lot of accountability to investors and outside actors.
For the most part Paul had to live with the stereotypes and negative perceptions of society towards obesity. This episode focuses on being more mindful of other people, and to have better relationships. Now paul is changing - after starting to take shots for diabetes, Paul noticed that his brain's wiring changed. Which took a while to acclimate and reset into.
Paul has started to learn the piano, as a part of his applied practice for his love for music. Rich and Paul discuss the importance of having the humility to learn for the sake of learning regardless of the outcome.
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Join us for an eloquent journey, a quest rather, in search of the most decadent, the most scrumptious theories on milk. This adventure will be be historical. It will be scientifical. But most importantly it will be theoretical. Omukama ('Superior Milkman') Taylor Johnson of The International Society of Theoretical Milk Drinkers, International: Society hosts with guest stars such as ChatGPT, his goat Estabon, and grocers across the globe!
Nutrition·Society & Culture·Health & Fitness·Philosophy
Welcome to Core Self! Mona Vand is a doctor of pharmacy and a health, wellness, and lifestyle influencer. Chloe Flower is a pianist, composer, activist and fashionista.Mona and Chloe met while living in Los Angeles years ago, and thanks to their shared experiences and core values became fast friends. Though the two don't agree on everything, they both are always striving to be their most authentic self and live a life rooted in kindness, curiosity, hard work and self care.Each week, they'll explore where they came from, how they're evolving and who they really are. From immigrant parents to plastic surgery to marriage, no topic is off limits. Along the way, they’ll be joined by a few friends to hear how these topics have impacted their lives and contributed to their successes -- and failures.Isn't it time you discovered your Core Self?
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In this monthly show, you'll go on a guided meditation with Psychotherapist Silvia Stenitzer from her home in Santa Fe, NM.
TV & Film·Self-Improvement·Mental Health·Health & Fitness·Education
You were given this life because you are strong enough to live it. You aren’t meant to just merely exist, you are meant to live your dreams. Our Mental health, our relationship with ourselves and others can keep us from living this truth. I want to share some knowledge and experience that I believe will transform you into the beautiful butterfly that you are !! Let’s get vulnerable, Let’s get real, and Let’s grow. #YouAreEnough
Health & Fitness·Mental Health
The Atypical Parenting podcast is a resource for parents and caregivers of individuals with autism. Hosted by psychiatric nurse practitioner and mother of an adult autistic son, Dawn Tree, the podcast offers information, support, and encouragement for those caring for loved ones on the autistic spectrum. Tune in to learn and laugh along with Dawn as she explores relevant topics through discussion and expert interviews.
Kids & Family·Health & Fitness·Kids & Family:Parenting·Parenting·Mental Health
The Old Terps is a podcast about Maryland University basketball hosted by ex-players and alumni that take you inside the Terps. From practices to the games, to the locker room, to the coach's office — we take you into every corner of the program and tell you what goes on.
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