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In 2012 and 2013 I launched two software products online. Both cost $6,000 to make. Both targeted bloggers. One barely made back the money spent while the other generated more than $350,000 in revenue. That's the power of choosing the right niche and the right angle online. Let me help you find yours.
 
Big ideas for you to chew on anytime, anywhere. From understanding the universe and our place in it, to current social and political issues, no topic is off limits. Each episode we chat with experts from around the world, having them share their knowledge and insights to help break you out of your filter bubble and see the world with fresh eyes.
 
Renegade Inc. is a new kind of talk show for people who think differently. We interview thinkers, writers, leaders and creators in search of new ideas. No soundbites. No shouting. No hype. Just great guests and entertaining conversation for people who want to question the conventional wisdom of modern life. Renegade Inc is hosted by award winning independent filmmaker and broadcaster Ross Ashcroft. It’s the show for the renegade spirit in everyone.
 
Want to get smarter about investing? Then learn from the pros. The Capital Ideas podcast brings you the best thinking from Capital Group, one of the world’s leading investment firms. Prepare to be engaged, enlightened and entertained as host Matt Miller gets to the crux of today’s most compelling investment stories. American Funds Distributors, Inc., member FINRA.
 
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Apollo 15's anniversary, keeping the COVID blues away with stoicism, cancel culture peaking, a win for renewables, and much more! Read the blog → thinkinc.org.au/think-inc-thursdays-019/ Watch the full ep → instagram.com/thinkinc/channel/ Sign up to our newsletter → bit.ly/think-sign-upBởi Think Inc.
 
In an information age in which most media brands deliberately nail their colours to the mast, one organisation – which that has just reached its 200-year anniversary – still can’t explain what it really stands for. The Guardian is loved by some, hated by others, but when it comes to an editorial standpoint, its mercurial choices have left many flum…
 
Who's to say what's 'offensive', 7-Eleven sliding into surveillance, spotting a player, a dementia breakthrough, more! Read the blog → thinkinc.org.au/think-inc-thursdays-018/ Watch the full ep → instagram.com/thinkinc/channel/ Sign up to our newsletter → bit.ly/think-sign-upBởi Think Inc.
 
One of the biggest Covid-19 casualties on a global level has been education. But what many have missed during the pandemic is that the crisis in higher education is being ruthlessly exploited. Management teams and consultants think they can now –without all that pesky academic consultation– make mega bucks by cementing a fully neo-liberal education…
 
Where are we on the road to recovery? What are the key opportunities in the U.S. and equity markets around the world? What’s the outlook for rates, inflation and fixed income? How should portfolios be positioned for the rest of 2021? To view the webinar or attend future webinar events, visit capitalideaswebinars. This episode is available for one h…
 
Branson in space with Bezos close behind, grow tall by being cold, which country is happiest, and much more! Read the blog → thinkinc.org.au/think-inc-thursdays-017/ Watch the full ep → instagram.com/thinkinc/channel/ Sign up to our newsletter → bit.ly/think-sign-upBởi Think Inc.
 
One of the most complicated geopolitical areas to lucidly explain is events in the Middle East – many pundits try to do so using think tank briefings from the comfort of their own country.So that we could get truly independent insight, we caught up with the veteran war correspondent and political analyst Elijah J. Magnier, who has been on the groun…
 
The shocking fire in the Gulf of Mexico, mainstream psychedelics, does being rich make you mean, and much more! Read the blog → thinkinc.org.au/think-inc-thursdays-016/ Watch the full ep → instagram.com/thinkinc/channel/ Sign up to our newsletter → bit.ly/think-sign-upBởi Think Inc.
 
With football’s Euro Championship under way, many people love the passion that comes with supporting their team. But this reminds us that many more people feel disconnected from domestic football – and not because of the pandemic or stadium exclusions. The problem is much more about absentee owners, sky high ticket prices and the ruthless fracturin…
 
Corporate boards have been around for nearly 500 years. Yet according to author Dambisa Mayo, the challenges they face today along the “cultural frontier” amount to a new mandate. Moyo discusses her new book, How Boards Work – and How They Can Work Better in a Chaotic World, and explains how boards are handling the demands of geopolitics, new techn…
 
Is scientism bad? Are we too laissez-faire about the risks involved in biotech research? Is Dragon Man a new species? SO MANY QUESTIONS! Read the blog → thinkinc.org.au/think-inc-thursdays-015/ Watch the full ep → instagram.com/thinkinc/channel/ Sign up to our newsletter → bit.ly/think-sign-upBởi Think Inc.
 
The rise of hyper-individualism and an I, Me, Mine culture has encouraged two personality types to dominate business and politics. Where money, power, and status lie, the corporate psychopath and the narcissist can reliably be found relentlessly chasing so-called success at the expense of everyone else.Ross Ashcroft is joined by journalist & social…
 
Dr. Lawrence C. Smith is one of the world’s leading climate scientists and author of 'Rivers of Power and The New North'. He joins Ross Ashcroft this week to discuss a common theme in the books: how looking at the past is the only way to anticipate the future.So as climate breakdown begins to bite, how will it reshape our societies, economics and p…
 
Increasingly aggressive regulation of the world’s largest and most successful technology companies has been cause for concern among many investors. But how concerned should they be? Four Capital Group investment professionals recently weighed in on the subject. For industry-leading insights, support tools and more, subscribe to Capital Ideas at get…
 
It was the Irish poet and playwright Oscar Wilde who said “Fashion is a form of ugliness so intolerable that we have to alter it every six months.” Today much of the ugliness remains but the timespan has shrunk from six months to just a few weeks… Fast fashion has boomed but at the expense of garment makers, consumers and the environment. Ross Ashc…
 
Over the last few years the subject of money has come into sharp focus. Increasingly we want to know: who creates it, who issues it, who controls it, and importantly, who decides who gets it first… The simple paradox is why, with so much money now created, do we still have so much inequality and poverty?Ross Ashcroft is joined by author and financi…
 
Want to jump on a plane and take a vacation? Go to a baseball game or concert? You’re not alone. Will pent-up demand drive a new Roaring ’20s economic revival? If so, for how long? And what are the investment opportunities? To view the webinar or attend future webinar events, visit capitalideaswebinars. This episode is available for one hour of CE …
 
The Renaissance is known as the cradle era of the modern world, for both its art and ideas. Less known is that it was also the era when the modern banking system was created. The Medici Bank was the most influential, yet the trouble it attracted from both church and state, over using usury as a business model, is a problem that our societies still …
 
In ‘Poverty Safari’ – his first award-winning book – writer and rapper Darren McGarvey paints an honest picture of Britain’s class divide. In his forthcoming book, ‘The Social Distance Between Us’, he takes his argument further. He claims the pandemic has laid bare the contours of class inequality, but it has also shown us that, if the will is ther…
 
What factors have given rise to today’s populist rebellion, and what should be the proper response from the dominant elites? Author and academic Michael Lind answers our probing questions about his latest book — “The New Class War: Saving Democracy from the Managerial Elite” — in which he addresses the critical social themes of our time. Michael Li…
 
You would think that the sixth largest economy in the world would be able to organise itself to provide decent school meals for its children, but alas… the UK has faltered. It’s astonishing that the Manchester United number 10 has done more for hungry schoolchildren than the occupant of Number 10. The former knows all about childhood hunger; the la…
 
There’s nothing like the idea of unionised workers to make the predatory capitalist convulse – for them, precarious employment is profitable.But what if this subjugation and short-termism had its time, particularly as younger generations of workers increasingly see the benefits of trade unions?Host Ross Ashcroft is joined by labor law specialist Ca…
 
Environmental, social and governance issues are increasingly important to investors worldwide. In this session, we outline where ESG investing could be heading and what it could mean for your portfolios. To view the webinar or attend future webinar events, visit capitalideaswebinars. This episode is available for one hour of CE credit for CFP* and …
 
It is claimed that the silver market is one of the most manipulated markets in the world. It is also claimed that there is a drastic shortfall between how much of the precious metal is above the ground versus how much has been sold in paper contracts. So, is this the year that sends the silver price to the Moon? Host Ross Ashcroft is joined by silv…
 
Less than 100 days into his presidency, Joe Biden is already angling for war with Russia… The excuse? Ukrainian sovereignty. But Russia has 200 years of experience when it comes to Western forces piling up troops against its borders – and it’s led to a series of devastating wars. And again today, we are seeing the highest number of NATO and US troo…
 
Is this the year international stocks will finally overtake the U.S.? Greg Fuss, an equity portfolio manager with American Funds International Vantage Fund(SM), won’t commit, but opportunities he’s finding among companies in Europe and elsewhere give him confidence that the rest of the world is gaining ground. For industry-leading insights, support…
 
Gentrification and spiraling property prices are forcing generations all over the world into debt and out of cities.We’re seeing housing – which should be a human right and a social good – being financialized into an asset class by the banks, then played with on stock markets.Host Ross Ashcroft is joined by Leilani Farha, former UN Special Rapporte…
 
The much-quoted linguist Noam Chomsky said, “We shouldn’t be looking for heroes, we should be looking for good ideas.”Yet in the age of individualism, we have often confused good ideas with a search for a hero. This ego festival has created saviour complexes that have become so pernicious they have derailed the most well-intentioned plans. Host Ros…
 
Break out your crystal ball as we imagine life at the end of this decade. Will driverless cars rule the road? Will major diseases be cured? How will daily life be different, and what could it mean for investors? To view the webinar or attend future webinar events, visit capitalideaswebinars. This episode is available for one hour of CE credit for C…
 
It was the American writer Gore Vidal who cynically quipped, “It is not enough to succeed. Others must fail.” This perfectly sums up the US’ desire for global domination. But will the US Oligarchy remain unsatisfied with its success and continue to push for the failure of other countries?Host Ross Ashcroft is joined by journalist Ben Norton to expl…
 
Capital Group investment professionals Winnie Kwan and Kent Chan discuss the outlook for China’s economy and markets as the world’s second largest economy emerges from the pandemic. Winnie Kwan is a portfolio manager with 23 years of investment experience. She holds master’s and bachelor’s degrees in economics from Trinity College at the University…
 
In this episode, Cousin Cornell Wright talks about the strengths of the United States when we stand together. Also, he touches on the global competition that we face in nearly every aspect of life. He even covers, briefly, an economic metric that has China ahead of the United States.Bởi Cornell Wright, Kevin (RevKev) Ewing
 
The 2020 National Election results were perhaps the most secure election we have had in the United States. The states and the Department of Homeland Security were strong their voting process development and diligent to technological attacks that helped ensure we had a election that was fair and that counted eligible votes. We all owe a big "Thank y…
 
The election of November 2020 had the greatest turnout in total number of votes ever. It was also the highest percentage of cousins voting in over 100 years! A success. Now cousins, how was the voting experience for you and the cousins in your state? What should be the parameters on what the voting process should be in your state? Democracy take wo…
 
Thanksgiving and things to be thankful for in 2020. Gen. Mark Milley, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs at the dedication of the Army Museum on November 11 said, “We are unique among militaries. We do not take an oath to a king or a queen, a tyrant or a dictator. We do not take an oath to an individual. No, we do not take an oath to a country, a tribe o…
 
- A or B - Ford or Chevrolet - Full or Empty - Sunrise or Sunset Binary is the basis of computer operations. A light switch is either On or Off, no dimmer switch. Yes or No. We make decisions every day. Many of them come down to a binary decision. Milk is homogenized to provide the consistency, not pasteurized as mentioned in the episode. Oops! Bin…
 
The North Pole has evolved from an exploration adventure to a verification of climate change. It has the potential to be an international commerce route, recreational opportunities, area of potential international conflict and flooding around the world. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arktika-class_icebreaker www.business-standard.com › article › int…
 
The Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment "longest non therapeutic experiment on human beings" in the history of medicine and public health. A federal, public health agency conducted an experiment with black, male cousins from 1932 to 1972. The study observed and tracked the impact of syphilis on the human body. It was known in 1947 that penicillin was a cu…
 
In this episode Cousin Cornell, the People's Lobbyist, gives us bad ideas for rooting out hatred in our relationships and country. Show Notes: - https://science.howstuffworks.com/life/hate4.htm - Mark 12:31 "Love your neighbor..." - https://constitution.congress.gov/constitution/preamble/ - The constitution gives the right of free speech and we hav…
 
VOTE, cousins! It matters! In this episode Cousin Cornell, the People's Lobbyist, gives us a few of his bad ideas about voting. Show notes: US Voter Turnout: https://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2018/05/21/u-s-voter-turnout-trails-most-developed-countries/ Voting Tips: - Submit your ballot and check that your vote has been counted - Plan your vote…
 
Cousins, in this episode, Cornell Wright the People's Lobbyist, describes the three things that all politicians need from us as they apply for their jobs during this election season. All politicians need -- support, money and votes. Your cousin will describe why these items are important and why you should be engaged with the election process.…
 
Brown Liquor and Bad Ideas is intended for the participation of responsible adults of legal drinking age who wish to engage in substantive, virtual discussions and social drinking for entertainment purposes only. Brown Liquor and Bad Ideas does not advocate the abuse of alcoholic beverages. Choosing to participate in any of the drinking activities …
 
Brown Liquor and Bad Ideas is intended for the participation of responsible adults of legal drinking age who wish to engage in substantive, virtual discussions and social drinking for entertainment purposes only. Brown Liquor and Bad Ideas does not advocate the abuse of alcoholic beverages. Choosing to participate in any of the drinking activities …
 
Brown Liquor and Bad Ideas is intended for the participation of responsible adults of legal drinking age who wish to engage in substantive, virtual discussions and social drinking for entertainment purposes only. Brown Liquor and Bad Ideas does not advocate the abuse of alcoholic beverages. Choosing to participate in any of the drinking activities …
 
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