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Cyprus
03/02/2017
about 2 hours
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Pádraig Ó Tuama is a poet, theologian, and extraordinary healer in our world of fracture. He leads the Corrymeela community of Northern Ireland, a place that has offered refuge since the violent division that defined that country until the 1998 Good Friday Agreement. And Pádraig and Corrymeela extend a quiet, generative, and joyful force far beyond their northern coast to people around the world. "Over cups of tea, and over the experience of bringing people together," Pádraig says, it becomes possible "to talk with each other and be in the same room with the people we talk about." This interview is edited and produced with music and other features in the On Being episode "Pádraig Ó Tuama — Belonging Creates And Undoes Us Both." Find more at onbeing.org.
10/01/2017
about 1 hour
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After 2008, Greece, Cyprus, Venezuela, Brexit and more, people are worried about their paper based money sitting in a bank and not even earning interest. Vaultoro Is the first company in the world to offer its client a real-time Debit card and internet banking functionality using gold and without the need of a bank.  It was around this time we had Joshua Scigala on our show the first time. You see, Vaultoro.com, is the first and longest running bitcoin / allocated gold exchange and recently they just closed funding round with one of fintech’s largest investors. I'm talking six figures holmes. TThe investment from FinLab AG into Vaultoro will enable them to scale fast. After all, their mission is to enable as many people as possible to secure their savings in assets away from the banking system before another major currency crisis. Yeah, we can dig it.
02/07/2017
about 1 hour
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Donald Trump is shaking up the world order.  With so much change, find out how to navigate your investments, your business and your retirement. Bert Dohmen joins Robert and offers the viewpoint of an investor and researcher with over 40 years of experience. Bert’s insights are often contrarian and accurate. Be sure to hear his prediction of how Trump will ultimately fail.
02/20/2017
28 minutes
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A story by the widely respected American author Denis Johnson.  Johnson is many things: a poet, playwright, novelist and the writer of the incredible linked short story collection, Jesus’ Son, where we found "Emergency." Published in 1992, the collection is considered one of the best works of fiction in recent years.  
03/27/2017
31 minutes
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When PWR BTTM takes the stage, it doesn't take long to figure out what you're going to get. From the first glitter-smeared seconds of the set-opening "Silly," the band came to shred and swagger with infectious joy, complete with backbends and solos and spangly outfits — at least one of which wouldn't survive the band's set at Stubb's BBQ in Austin, Texas, recorded live for NPR Music on March 15, 20217.
03/27/2017
about 1 hour
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Writer Ashley Ford (Refinery29) joins Travon to talk about her creative process, how growing up with a huge family shaped her writing, and the importance of seeing young girls of color in books and theatre. Plus, Ashley explains why she gave her ex-boyfriend a ticket to Hamilton and contributes to a knock-out version of “Guns and Ships.” This episode is brought to you by Squarespace (www.squarespace.com code: HAMILTON), Blue Apron (www.blueapron.com/HAMILTON), and Today Tix (www.todaytix.com code: HAMILTON).
04/18/2017
37 minutes
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Back in 2011, Kathryn Minshew and Alexandra Cavoulacos founded the online career resource The Muse. They were fed up with how something so important -- advancing in your career-- had fallen so far behind the times. Six years and 50 million users later, they decided to team up again to write a playbook -- The New Rules of Work -- for people looking to plot a course for their career and execute on it. In this episode, we talk to Kathryn about what getting taken down by government agents while working at the US Embassy in Cyprus taught her about what she truly valued, what she’s learned about hiring and retention since then, and why you should always wear pants.