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Without motivation, guidance, and cutting-edge information, people will continue to settle for mediocre financial results and unfulfilled life. The Mission of The Wealth Standard Podcast is to empower every listener to pursue and achieve financial independence and live with even more abundance. When people think about their financial situation and what it takes to get ahead, they are frustrated and tired because deep down, they realize that typical products and strategies won't get them ther ...
 
“The best podcast for women” — The Balance | “A must listen podcast for anyone who is ready to change the status quo” — Forbes | The Fairer Cents is an educational finance and career podcast all about the different economic realities facing women, people of color and other marginalized groups. Hosted by Tanja Hester, author of Work Optional, Spend Like You Give a Sh*t, and the Our Next Life early retirement blog, and Kara Perez, founder of women's financial literacy startup Bravely, The Fair ...
 
Join us - Tilda Timmers and Sarah Babiker - for real, raw conversations about motherhood. We tell it like it is, normalising normal, and showing you all that Supermum Is A Fraud. Mothers everywhere try hard to keep up with the standards of what a mum 'should' be, without realising that the standard they are working towards is not even real. Mums are human. Sometimes we love being a mum, and sometimes we really don't - and that's just fine. Every episode revolves around something that we have ...
 
The Math Dude makes understanding math easier and more fun than you ever thought possible. Host Dr. Jason Marshall provides clear explanations of math terms and principles, and his simple tricks for solving basic algebra problems will have even the most mathphobic looking forward to working out whatever math problem comes their way. If you're getting ready to take the SAT, GRE, or any of the other standardized tests; or if you're going back to school and need to brush up on the basics, Math ...
 
This must be the place! Motivated by the joy of bringing you a weekly dose of something useful and uplifting, Heidi posts episodes every week. She tackles a variety of topics including but not limited to journaling, mindfulness, personal finance, creativity, fashion, food and even some surprises! Meant to feel like a kitchen-chat between friends, you can expect to feel positive and motivated after listening and you may even learn something new! Welcome, We're glad you're here.PremiumBeat Sta ...
 
The dynamic duo, Yung Shepherd and Tweet, are on a mission in their latest venture, 'unrePHined: The Pod', to find truth within our hectic world and all of the chaos that comes from it. Join the gang as they peel back the layers of social trends, constructs, and standards in which they intend to discover the true intentions of the creators and administrators in our culture. The animated couple engages, expresses, and enlightens the listenership with their knowledge, distinct perspectives, an ...
 
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As coronavirus cases are on the rise again and the Omicron variant becomes more prevalent, some of the measures designed to slow the spread of the virus have been reintroduced. Wearing facemasks is mandatory again in shops and on public transport, and extra testing is required for those travelling to the UK from abroad. But, so far no major changes…
 
London’s youth unemployment has soared by 55 per cent since the start of the pandemic, with 21 per cent of young people seeking work jobless. The Office for National Statistics says the figure is five times the national jobless rate of 4.3 per cent for all ages. In response, the Evening Standard, The Independent, and London Live have launched their…
 
We get the scoop on Intellipedia, the internal Wiki developed at Central Intelligence Agency headquarters in Langley. The Leader was granted the first British broadcast interview with one of the digital specialists instrumental in its creation. Carmen Medina rose from analyst to Deputy Director of Intelligence, working under six presidents from Car…
 
The Duchess of Sussex has emerged victorious from her privacy battle with the Mail on Sunday despite last-minute bombshells from a former key aide. Meghan sued the publisher of the Mail on Sunday and MailOnline over articles featuring extracts of the handwritten five-page note she sent to her father, Thomas Markle, in August 2018. The Standard’s Co…
 
It was meant to be a sunshine break and catch-up with family and friends in South Africa before welcoming their first child for 32 weeks pregnant Evening Standard Celebrity Correspondent Lizzie Edmonds and her husband Steven Meek. Then despite meticulous scheduling, the couple were caught up in a Covid travel nightmare as the UK government banned f…
 
Mouth-and-nose coverings are back on London’s tube and rail network, and in shops, with the threat of £200 fines for breaking the rules. Amid concerns about vaccine efficacy against Omicron, we get the latest from Evening Standard Health Editor Ross Lydall on masks, hospitalisations, and how Transport for London's finances are suffering. See acast.…
 
Our investigations editor, David Cohen, joins the podcast following his front-page probe into London’s astonishing youth unemployment problem. In a joint investigation with our sister site the Independent, he’s revealed the capital’s youth unemployment has soared by 55 per cent to 105,000 since the start of the pandemic. It’s the worst rate in the …
 
A 24-hour strike has caused travel chaos for London commuters wanting to travel on the Victoria, Central, Northern, Jubilee and Piccadilly tube lines. Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union have walked out in a dispute over new shift patterns and the disruption looks set to continue each weekend in the run-up to Christmas.It comes as Tra…
 
Twenty-seven people heading for England have drowned near Calais after their boat sank. Three children and a pregnant woman are reported to be among those killed. It's the worst disaster on record involving migrants in the Channel. Now the political blame game is intensifying between France and the UK. Both have agreed to “do everything possible to…
 
Every human being has this primal instinct that awakens whenever we need to protect our loved ones. But on the other side of this survival nature is the far opposite: the expression of gratitude. In this Thanksgiving message, Patrick Donohoe looks back on how he protected his wife and kids from a possible assault by tapping into his primal instinct…
 
New analysis from the Evening Standard can reveal the London hotspots for unvaccinated adults - as well as the groups who are believed to be spreading the virus between generations. The fight against anti-vaxxers and vaccine hesitancy rolls on, amid growing concern that the vast majority of covid patients in intensive care haven’t been jabbed. It’s…
 
Sorting through papers, losing his place and a random plug for Peppa Pig World - Boris’s keynote speech didn’t exactly go to plan at the CBI conference. Where did it all go wrong? How does Boris Johnson measure up to other world leaders when it comes to public speaking? And why are speeches so important? We speak to Simon Lancaster from Bespoke. He…
 
One of the UK’s top medics has told the Evening Standard that the vaccine rate must be “supercharged”. Over the weekend, more than 50,000 covid jabs were administered in London - but 42,000 of those were boosters. It’s thought that up to 2.7 million people in the city are unvaccinated. The Evening Standard’s Political Editor, Nicholas Cecil, explai…
 
As the world of cricket remains in shock from the racism allegations made by former Yorkshire cricketer Azeem Rafiq this week, there are signs that action is being taken. A game-wide meeting was held on Friday to discuss how to stamp out racism in the sport. Azeem’s emotional speech to the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport select committee about th…
 
London Mayor Sadiq Khan has revealed London is facing a travel crisis. A £1.3 billion funding gap means bus services could be reduced by a fifth and tube services by almost 10% unless the Government steps in with an injection of funds. A report has detailed worse-than-expected impacts on the transport network from the pandemic, as Transport for Lon…
 
Life is calling, and it calls for us to grow in the form of obstacles, problems, and challenges. In this episode, Patrick Donohoe shares an entry in his journal coming from his own personal experiences, friends, and work associates. It says the lessons life teaches us about marriage, parenthood, friendship, leadership, business, and investing are n…
 
Families across the UK are bracing for a tough winter ahead, as inflation has risen to 4.2%. Experts say it’s down to a series of price rises, including soaring energy bills, a price hike in petrol and an increase in the cost of eating out. Jack Leslie from the Resolution Foundation said the impact of the inflation rise will be 'painful' for famili…
 
For the next two weeks an unmarked HGV will travel around the M25 looking for distracted drivers.‘Operation Orbital’ is being run by Highways England and the police, to spot people using their phone while driving, not wearing a seatbelt, or being otherwise distracted while on the country’s busiest motorway. Police officers will film evidence of uns…
 
As unvaccinated residents in Austria are plunged into lockdown this week, we speak with two people living in the country about the new measures. The lockdown has been brought in as around 65% of the population is fully vaccinated against Covid-19, one of the lowest rates in western Europe. The new rules mean anyone without a vaccine will have to st…
 
This Remembrance Sunday, the Queen is due to attend London’s Cenotaph to honour our service personal who have made the ultimate sacrifice. In 2021, it’s a century since the founding of the Royal British Legion and the first Poppy Appeal to help soldiers suffering life-changing injuries and PTSD from trench warfare. We meet Mike Kiff, a young vetera…
 
The Leader’s joined by Colm Porter, Unison national officer representing 20,000 paramedics, ambulance technicians and emergency care assistants. He is urging government action to help free up ambulance crews battling Covid-fuelled backlogs and rocketing stress levels as casualty departments fill up. Now it’s being revealed some ambulance crews can …
 
Welcome back to the third part of the three-part series on physically mastering wealth. Today, Patrick Donohoe is going to talk to you about two very different stories. One is about a family that saved too much money, the other is about a family that spent it all. Join in and learn from these stories so that you can apply the three financial habits…
 
After the Owen Paterson scandal, Tory sleaze claims are back in the headlines, particularly second jobs...but how damaging is it? And will voters care? MP Geoffrey Cox is facing calls to step down after his moonlighting as an almost £1,000-an-hour lawyer in the British Virgin Islands via his Commons office was revealed. And Andrew Bowie’s quit as C…
 
The metaverse...it’s being sold to us as the next big thing in social media, using high-definition 3D online avatars to communicate with each other online. It’s boomed over the last year, with Big Tech wanting to draw consumers deeper into their worlds and Facebook rebranding as Meta. But with increasing concerns about the impact of compulsive soci…
 
Two passenger jets operated by British Airways and Virgin Atlantic took off in unison on the 3,500-mile route to New York’s JFK, 20 months after America’s entry ban for non-US passengers travelling from the UK as the pandemic took hold. How has the air travel experience changed, and can the government square its cheerleading of the aviation industr…
 
The Prime Minister is under pressure amid the fall out from the increasingly toxic Owen Paterson row. Senior Tories say Boris Johnson has been ‘weakened’ by the humiliating u-turn. Has this damaged his authority? The Evening Standard’s Political Editor Nicholas Cecil shares his insight on how we got here and where this all leaves the PM now. See ac…
 
Is the end of coal in sight? It’s energy day at COP26 and the focus is on how the world can move away from fossil fuels. More than 40 countries have committed to moving away from coal but big users and producers like China, India, Australia and the US have not. The Evening Standard’s Deputy Political Editor, David Bond, walks us through the progres…
 
Is it possible to physically master wealth? For the first part of the Physically Mastering Wealth Series, Patrick Donohoe discusses why understanding how habits are formed and how behavior is conditioned helps in creating more wealth. It’s all about figuring out what works best and leveraging your resources to produce optimal results. And then doin…
 
Cleo Smith, the missing four-year-old in Australia, has been found safe and well after disappearing 18 days ago from her family’s tent at a campsite. Police officials and the Australian Prime Minister have spoken about their joy and relief to have reunited the little girl with her family. John Dunne, Crime Reporter for the Evening Standard, walks u…
 
The UK has had to apologise to an Israeli minister who couldn’t attend the COP26 summit because the venue was not wheelchair accessible. Israel’s Minister of National Infrastructures, Energy and Water Resources tweeted that it was "sad" the UN "does not provide accessibility to its events". So, just how does the UK compare when it comes to disabili…
 
In line with COP26, we find out about the celebrity comic book which is trying to combat climate change. We speak to Rewriting Extinction's Paul Goodenough and Hollywood star Andy Serkis who, with a host of other names, have teamed up to create 'The Most Important Comic Book on Earth' - a book full of original comics aimed at highlighting the clima…
 
Insulate Britain spokesperson and eco-home builder Craig Scudder discusses the group’s continuing protests, the need for public support and his hopes for the upcoming COP26.On Friday, some activists from the group decided to try and walk along the M25 into oncoming traffic to get their message heard. Craig tells the Evening Standard; the group is n…
 
As reports of people being spiked by injections continue to rise, students and young women across the country have held boycotts against nightclubs to raise awareness of the issue. Data from a student survey as well as figures from The National Police Chiefs Council show there is a real problem growing for people on nights out. The Evening Standard…
 
The Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced his budget for the UK’s recovery from the pandemic. It was full of terms about the country becoming a ‘World Leader’ in things like innovation and science, as Mr Sunak laid out his plans to boost the economy post-covid. HSBC’s Senior Economic Advisor and Evening Standard columnist Stephen King discusses some…
 
New leaked documents show the cost of rolling out the government’s proposed ‘Plan B’ for tackling coronavirus could reach up to £18billion.The files, leaked to Politico London Playbook show the cost to the economy could be between £11billion and £18billion, if the measures were in place for five months. The back-up plan by the government includes a…
 
Ross Phillips from the not-for-profit group the Cross River Partnership discusses the new ULEZ expansion in the city, how it works, why it’s needed, and how Londoners can live with it. The city’s pollution charge zone officially became 18 times bigger on Monday, in a bid to improve air quality across the capital. The Ultra-Low-Emission-Zone, also c…
 
Thirty-five years after the world’s worst nuclear disaster at Chernobyl - or Chornobyl in Ukrainian - Professor Tom Scott, a nuclear expert at the University of Bristol and Royal Academy research fellow, is using robo dogs to help local scientists decommission the exploded reactor entombed in a decaying “sarcophagus”. A sarcophagus is the size of a…
 
A possible 100,000 Covid cases a day - that was the warning from Health Secretary Sajid Javid. It’s looking like another difficult winter for Londoners going about our working lives, and we know how those everyday tasks become logistical challenges - no wonder the London Chamber of Commerce is urging “decisive” government action about the road ahea…
 
In order to master wealth, you need to master your habits. You need to develop new habits so that you don't just do the same thing over and over. Wealth is a direct result of habits. Join your host Patrick Donohoe as he talks about the different levels of masteries and why habits are crucial to life. Replace your existing habits with new ones today…
 
Winter is coming...and as the nights draw in there’s a warning from our recent past - could we see Covid cases overwhelm hospital beds, and should we ride it out or batten down the hatches once more? As Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng rules out another lockdown, we talk data and risk for the months ahead with Professor Adam Finn, a member of the …
 
Heat pumps and electric cars...it’s all part of a £1 billion vision meant to help us reach carbon “net zero”. With all eyes on Britain ahead of Cop26 kicking off in a few weeks, the Government’s been laying out its eco hopes for the future. So is today’s announcement just window dressing ahead of Cop26, and more fantasy maths à la Boris Johnson’s i…
 
As anti-terror police question the suspect in the killing of Sir David Amess, MPs hold a minute’s silence in the Commons for their fallen colleague. So just how safe are Parliamentarians to go about their constituency business, and when does online hate become real-world risk? We speak to former Met Detective Inspector Philip Grindell, who advised …
 
After six long years Adele is back with new music Easy On Me. We speak to the Evening Standard’s Celebrity Correspondent Lizzie Edmonds about the megastar’s return to the spotlight. Adele’s hotly anticipated album 30 is out next month, we discuss everything we know so far about the project and whether or not a 2022 tour is on the cards. See acast.c…
 
The Duke of Cambridge wants the likes of Jeff Bezos, Richard Branson and Elon Musk to focus on saving this planet rather than trying to reach the next. Is he right? We talk it over with physical geographer Dr Eloise Marais from University College London. She tells us about the impact all these rocket launches are having on the planet right now as w…
 
What are the things you need to do to live a fulfilling life? Does it come from achieving goals? , author and creator of Living Every Minute, doesn’t think that’s always the case, and in this interview with host Patrick Donohoe, we learn where fulfillment comes from. We listen to Tim’s recollections about family and a story about a medical emergenc…
 
The Evening Standard’s Jack Kessler joins us to explain what’s been renegotiated between the UK and the EU over Brexit. The European Union’s relaxing rules on checks for goods like chilled meats going into Northern Ireland, which the UK says are causing disruption for supplies. But with Brexit minister Lord Frost warning Britain could invoke Articl…
 
Evening Standard columnist Emma Loffhagen joins the podcast as former Little Mix singer Jesy Nelson’s forced to deny claims she’s appropriating black culture. The ‘Boyz’ singer’s not the first person in the entertainment industry to be accused of “blackfishing”, with stars such as the Kardashians also having similar claims made against them. Emma t…
 
The Evening Standard’s Reveller editor, David Ellis, joins us to discuss Salt Bae’s new restaurant in Knightsbridge, which serves a steak for £840 and a cappuccino for a bargain £50. Nusr-Et’s been slammed by critics, including our own Jimi Famurewa, but remains packed with punters and celebrities keen to have the internet-famous chef slice up thei…
 
Thousands of people have been flocking to travel agents and airlines after the UK government lifted red list restrictions on all but seven countries. We speak to our political editor Nicholas Cecil who tells us that one travel agent says enquiries are up 400% as the country leaps on the opportunity to take a foreign break. He also tells us about th…
 
The Evening Standard's associate editor Jonathan Prynn joins the show to explain why the cost of living in the UK's apparently about to rise by a huge amount. Energy companies are warning of big price increases next year as the wholesale cost of gas goes up along with demand for supplies with the world waking up from the Covid pandemic. Tax increas…
 
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