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The Ripple Effect Podcast has journalists on like Ben Swann, historians like Dan Carlin, musicians like Burton C. Bell from Fear Factory, researchers like James Corbett, scientists like Rupert Sheldrake, comedians like Jim Florentine, doctors like Dr. Burzynski, filmmakers like Mikki Willis, authors like Christopher Ryan, philosophers like Daniele Bolelli, athletes like Justin Wren, professors like Richard D. Wolff and many others like Gov. Jesse Ventura, Freeway Rick Ross, Del Bigtree, Matt ...
 
Hi there! I’m Debby Ryan. I’ve been an actor since I was thirteen - I’ve had the immense pleasure of creating TV shows and movies in which every story has a beginning, middle and end. But we all know, life isn’t like that. There are so many experiences in my life I haven’t gotten into because I didn’t feel like the media was the best place to open up about them. But this feels like a really great place for me to sit down with some incredible, smart and interesting people that I’ve met throug ...
 
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Ian Urbina is an investigative reporter who writes for a variety of outlets, including The New York Times, The New Yorker, and The Atlantic. Urbina is the author of The New York Times bestseller The Outlaw Ocean, based on more than five years of reporting, much of it offshore, exploring lawlessness on the high seas. As a journalist, his investigati…
 
Scott is once again participating in "All The Horror" this time he welcomes Professor Ryan L. Terry. That's right we're going professional to talk about the 1999 Tim Burton film, "Sleepy Hollow." Ryan explains the history of cinema present in the, and Scott explains why a Matt Damon movie stopped Francis Ford Coppola from making this movie.Thank yo…
 
Today on the show we have Scott Singerman, VP of Global Partnerships at Mixpanel. In this episode, we talked about Scott’s role as a VP of Global Partnerships and his responsibilities, how Mixpanel is giving back to the startup community with their Startup Program, but also the benefits a program like this has for any company in general. We then do…
 
Scott and Hayleigh discuss the 2011 YA nightmare that is Catherine Hardwicke's "Red Riding Hood." They discuss the surprising lack of acting from the usually amazing Amanda Seyfried. They also discuss how Peter looks like a melted action figure, and Gary Oldman is delivering an 11! Check it out!Thank you to DJ QUADS FOR THE TRACK USE OF LIVING IN S…
 
Today on the show we have Shreesha Ramdas, SVP & GM at Strikedeck. Having lived through a couple of acquisitions, Sri shares his #1 learning and why he believes that founders should roll up their sleeves and work alongside the sales team, post-acquisition, as early as possible. We also discussed the motivation behind Strikedeck, how to assess your …
 
The tyranny of the present is a cruel evil. For many, the routine to-do’s and the barrage of breaking news renders us numb to anything outside our immediate field of vision. While the present moment is indeed important, we must remember that it is still merely a moment. As moments come and go, the future… Download Audio…
 
Andrew is the host of the On the Edge with Andrew Gold podcast. A journalist and TV presenter who speaks 5 languages & lived in 6 countries, Andrew has produced docs on bizarre and controversial subcultures. He has battled an abusive exorcist, dueled with the Crazy Baby Lady and hunted UFOs. He's currently working on a book and TV doc on pedophilia…
 
Scott and return Guest Christopher Brown (From Old Men Yell At Cloud & the new miniseries When Scary Met Stabby) talk about the 1996 Paramount flop "The Phantom." They discuss Scott's birthday where he thought his parents bought out the theater to see this movie. Chris talks creepy high school teachers , and the history behind this movie and origin…
 
Today on the show we have Ryanne Doumet, Customer Success Manager at PandaDoc. In this episode, we talked about what drove Ryanne to make the switch from media & advertising to customer success, how PandaDoc scaled their customer facing approach as the company scaled, and how they put together Customer Success decks to bring value to client convers…
 
Tiensirin was born and raised in Bangkok, but has been living in the US for most of her adult life. We met by chance at Tao Ruspoli's place in Joshua Tree, and she allowed me to pick her brain a bit about the different cultural worlds she's moved between. The conversation took unexpected turns that left me feeling sincere admiration for this woman.…
 
Scott and Hayleigh are talking about the Rick and Morty episode "Vat of Acid." They discuss everything from the song "It's in the way that you use it," to not knowing the meaning of words like pipe dream and sewing oats. Check it out!Thank you to DJ QUADS FOR THE TRACK USE OF LIVING IN STEREO.Listen to Scott's new podcast Hell Is A Musical right he…
 
Today on the show we have Basel Fakhoury, CEO & Co-founder of User Interviews. In this episode, we talked about what drove Basel to user research and why research participant recruiting specifically, how the team validated that "User Interviews" was the biggest pain point, and then Basel shared their process of idea exploration and how they invalid…
 
Alexandre Ribeiro is a legendary jiu-jitsu competitor and one of the founding members of the Ribeiro Jiu-Jitsu Association. Under the tutelage of some of the world’s top coaches, including Royler Gracie, Vini Aieta and Xande’s own brother Saulo Ribeiro, Alexandre earned numerous grappling titles, including IBJJF and ADCC World Champion, while earni…
 
Today on the show we have Kris Rudeegraap, co-founder and CEO of Sendoso. In this episode, we talked about how Sendoso helps it’s customers retain and delight their customers, the different ways a sales team can help avoid or decrease churn, and how to make sure you’re selling to the right ICP. We also discussed Sendoso's sales strategy when they f…
 
There’s been a drastic shift in the understanding of the self over the last 200 years. We now tend to think of ourselves as unencumbered, expressive individuals who are most authentic when we are able to act outwardly on those things that really define us, our inward feelings and our inward desires. Additionally, our imaginations… Download Audio…
 
Owen and Christina Dargatz and their brood are pushing the boundaries of what people see as possible with a large family. (Their kids range from under 1 to 11 years old.) They traded their comfortable house in Canada for a two room shack in Guatemala with a leaky roof, but to them, this seems an upgrade (most of the time). Instead of seeing how muc…
 
Today on the show we have Marty Cagan, partner at Silicon Valley Product Group, and author of INSPIRED: How To Create Tech Products Customers Love, and Co-author of newly published EMPOWERED: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Products. In this episode, we talk about the tremendous gap between how the best companies operate and how the rest work, what …
 
It's The season premiere! Scott Welcomes back Maggie & Ashleigh from Rock Candy back to talk about more music videos! They're talking about everything from Alice Cooper's Restaurant to Paul Abdul's strange relationship with MC Skat Katt. Also Scott pitches a romcom that should have been made. Check it out! You can follow along with us by watching t…
 
Three podcasters walk into a shipping container.... Sounds like a joke, right? Tao's podcast is called Being in the World. He's a filmmaker, photographer, AirBnb host, desert dweller, musician, Airstream lover, philosopher, and creator of spaces and events. Anya's podcast is called A Millennial's Guide to Saving the World (semi-ironically). She's a…
 
Today on the show we have Carlos Gonzalez de Villaumbrosia, Founder and CEO at Product School. In this episode, we talked about the evolution and future of product management, the motivation and story behind building Product School, and why Carlos believes retention is the future for sustainable growth. Carlos also then shares how they retain their…
 
Why does contemporary theology display a historical amnesia towards medieval philosophy? Medieval philosophy is sometimes neglected altogether and where medieval philosophy is discussed today, it is often misunderstood or caricatured in negative ways. One of the more common mischaracterizations is that Thomas Aquinas is a pure rationalist who subve…
 
Come for the yoga, stay for the Charlie Sheen impersonation. Cameron Shayne is considered the father of the Mixed Movement Arts culture. Based in Los Angeles, CA, during the 90's, at the time the mecca for yoga in the Western world, Cameron established himself as one of the pioneering voices and transmitters of contemporary yoga, martial arts and t…
 
Today on the show we have Christoph Janz, Managing Partner at Point Nine Capital. In this episode, we talked about what Christoph loves the most about being an investor and what he misses as an entrepreneur, we also discussed how back in the day companies were flying blind when it came to churn and retention, and we then dove into the inspiration b…
 
Brian MacKenzie and I had a good chat about how "working out" should be more like play, how psychological issues manifest in our physiology, and how rejection can hit the body like a car wreck. Brian is the Founder & CEO of Shift. He is also the President and Co-Founder of The Health and Human Performance Foundation, a non-profit organization dedic…
 
Today on the show we have Babis Makrynikolas, VP of Product and Pricing at Blueground. In this episode, Babis explains what Blueground is and what his role is responsible for as the VP of Product and Pricing, we then dove into his experience at Amazon with pricing and packaging strategies, their methodology, customer interviews and more. We also di…
 
You are good and do good; teach me your statutes (Psalm 119:68). When we read, sing, and meditate on the Psalms, we are confronted with an abundance of references to God’s goodness. But it seems that today many find it all too easy to overlook the goodness of God. Yet the constant echoes of God’s goodness… Download Audio…
 
Today on the show we have Jeff Heckler, global head of customer success at Pipedrive. In this episode, we talked about how Jeff went from being a numbers guy to a career in customer success, how Pipedrive’s CS team scaled from 15 to 55 people in just 18 months, and how the team is now structured. We also discussed the functions of a Customer Succes…
 
Christa is a PhD student at UC Santa Cruz, researching endangered species and the stressors on ecosystems that lead to extinction events. She schools me on everything from evolutionary theory to the fascinating worlds of viruses and bacteria to what it's like to hang from tall trees in Madagascar. My favorite kind of podcast: a chance encounter lea…
 
Scott welcomes back Rock Candy's Maggie & Ashleigh to talk about the 90s rock comedy "Airheads." They talk about how they were supposed to record this episode in April, but it wasn't streaming anywhere. There's a huge discussion about Brendan Fraser bum, and more Joe Mantegna impression than you can shake a stick at. Check it out!Check out Rock Can…
 
Today on the show we have Sharad Khandelwal, co-founder, and CEO at SentiSum. In this episode, we talked about what motivated Sharad to build SentiSum, how brands leverage their customer conversation data to help increase retention, and how many customer conversations companies have to have before a platform like Sentisum really makes a difference.…
 
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