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The David Johnson Show - The Veteran Talk Show is a national voice that shares points of interest within our cultural – The Military and Veteran Cultural. More so than ever the Military and Veteran community has created a culture in America. A sub-culture unique to our way of life, our experiences and the language we speak. Military forces have been deploying to fight the war on terrorism since 09/11/2001 and remain engaged in combat operations to this day. We have seen the good, the bad and ...
 
David Novak hosts real leadership conversations with the best in business, sports and entertainment to talk about how they get such incredibly good things done and how they are making a difference in their communities. David, a former co-founder and CEO himself, has been asking great questions and learning from top leaders his whole life. Now he brings those leadership learnings to you in How Leaders Lead with David Novak.
 
The aim of this weekly podcast is to make economics easy, uncomplicated and accessible. With the world at a political, technological and financial tipping point, economics has never been so important to all of us and yet, it’s made inaccessible and complicated by so many. I’ve always thought what is complicated is rarely important and what is important is rarely complicated. That will be our motto. Every week we are going to tease out some big economic or political issue facing us, not just ...
 
Ever wonder what it would look like if a democrat and a republican actually talked about controversial legislation on the record with no agenda and no script? With Civil Conversations, United States Senatorial candidate David Baria manages to accomplish just that: a rare look behind the curtain and into the policy making factory. Republican leadership in Mississippi would prefer no one discuss policy unless they’re on board with the Republican agenda. Democratic member of the Mississippi Hou ...
 
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Season 2 of “The David Johnson Show” - The Veteran Talk Show continues with an enlightening episode with Ms. Danique Masingill, President/Founder of Leashes of Valor, who discusses her work with military dogs to help post-9/11 war veterans. In her capacity as LOV’s president, Danique is at the forefront of efforts to advance both the law and scienc…
 
Chairman of Augusta National Golf Club since 2017, Fred Ridley is the man behind the Masters. As a lawyer and winner of the American U.S. Amateur Golf Championship, Ridley brings a comprehensive understanding of both the sport’s history and its evolution. Listen to Part I as the Chairman and David discuss rubbing shoulders with Jack Nicklaus, start…
 
China is changing. Relations with the US have plummeted Taiwan is the ground zero for the new China. What happens in Taiwan will affect the global economy for decades to come. We head to Taipei for an explosive local view of regional and global. Also what doe the US's new 20% corporation tax mean for Ireland and the world economy. See acast.com/pri…
 
Ireland has been in lockdown for 231 days - by far the most stringent lockdown in the EU, so where's the dividend? Could 1950s/60s Irish emigration to the UK explain far more about Ireland and Covid than we care to admit? Plus, it's all changed in the USA. Paul McCulley talks about the tectonic shift in economic policies that is shaking up the Unit…
 
“The David Johnson Show” - The Veteran Talk Show - continues with a heartbreaking episode of loss and suicide with U.S. Army Veteran Cindy McNally and Marine Corps Veteran Andrew Farrer, both of who are currently involved with Irreverent Warriors, a non-profit organization that works to bring veterans together using humor and camaraderie to improve…
 
Founder and CEO of Hint Water, Kara Goldin found success in journalism at Time and at tech startups in Silicon Valley. Her early ambitions changed after discovering her hectic travel schedule led to an unhealthy lifestyle. In her pursuit of health, she discovered an untapped category in flavored water with simple ingredients. The mother of four chi…
 
Yes, the canal is unblocked, but the ramifications of the events should not be understated: the fragility of our global supply chain has been exposed and people are starting to awaken to the inter-connectivity of our global lives. Join us as we talk with the brilliant historian Mr Silk Roads himself, Peter Frankopan about what all this will mean fo…
 
Any free trade has 2 sides: a buyer & a seller. After today’s conversation with one of our Patreon: Ciaran Mulqueen - who runs the crazy house prices instagram page it seems that buyers are going to start taking major steps to change the course of the housing market, in Ireland and globally! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information…
 
It’s the unclassified story of the manhunt for Saddam Hussein as told by lead interrogator Eric Maddox, a U.S. Army Veteran who spent 6 months serving in Baghdad interrogating members of Saddam Hussein’s inner circle. In this episode, Eric shares the stories, challenges, and the process of how his team gathered all the key intel that led to Saddam …
 
In this episode David sits down with Jesse Cole, Founder and CEO of Fans First Entertainment and Owner of the Savannah Bananas baseball team. Jesse leads with Disruption, turning pain points upside-down into crazy awesome features. As the author of Find Your Yellow Tux: How to Be Successful by Standing Out, Jesse disrupts the concepts of authentici…
 
All European countries have seen increases in far-right parties in the last decade. This political affiliation will not just disappear as most people hope it will. This week we look the far-right straight in the eyes and try to understand the underlying sentiments & motives behind the political affiliation. History has shown us the risk of letting …
 
The global seller’s market for housing is hitting new levels of madness - its time for buyers to take a stand and decide that they’re not going to take part in this madness - at least until the supply comes back to its pre-pandemic levels. In the same vein, it’s important to consider how the world is changing as people look to buy new homes. We bre…
 
David gets the story behind Joey Zwillinger, the Co-Founder of Allbirds, who left a promising career in biotechnology driven by the fear of mediocrity. Joey knew that he would be disappointed in himself if he didn’t build his own company, and if he couldn’t make a significant impact on the problems surrounding climate change. A drive for excellence…
 
Joe Biden unveils a $1.9 trillion package and is saying he will spend more. This is a massive change - almost a revolution against economic orthodoxy - and we are on our way to MMT (Modern Monetary Theory). We talk to the main proponent of MMT: Professor Stephanie Kelton about this brave new world. We are in a transformative age. Welcome to the fut…
 
Financial scandal in Ireland, what would an American bank regulator and prosecutor do? We talk to Professor Bill Black, former US banking regulator and lead investigator in the US "Savings and Loans" scandal of the early 1990s. Some hard truths. Also, on the week Stripe - run by two software engineers - invest big time in Ireland, we look at why co…
 
This episode, we talk about: Bell mass media layoffs. Should Bell & Telus have to repay the millions they received from the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy? Should Ontario legislate paid sick days, or are the Federal programs enough? Changes to Ontario Election Funding. Do you want to go for a beer or a glass of wine at 7-11? Plus, we play Fact or Fi…
 
Why vaccine is the only game in town. What Michael should say to Joe on St Patricks Day, plus crimes in the “West lower”..... then off the London talking with Robert Shrimsley of the Financial Times on Boris Johnson’s surprising resurgence in popularity See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Niren Chaudhary, CEO of Panera Bread, believes that a strong leader defines reality while also creating hope and optimism through delivering a clear vision. By articulating the core mission of Panera, Niren restored the company’s former stronghold as leader in the category. Listen as David and Niren discuss Panera through the pandemic, democratizin…
 
The War in Drugs is a spectacular failure. It is time to end it and begin to have an adult conversation about legalizing drugs. If you went out to set up a better way to enrich a violent criminal class, it would be impossible to find a better way. We explain the economic case for the legalization of drugs, tax them and use the proceeds to help thos…
 
The markets are getting their knickers in a twist over inflation and maybe even deficits, we explain why the economics of the 1990s no longer applies and the big shift in global policy is the bias now is towards inflation not deflation for the first time since the 1970s. Plus, the brilliant economist Noah Smith from San Fransisco on three brilliant…
 
Fifteen-year-old founder and CEO, Mikaila Ulmer has made history with her purpose-driven company, Me & The Bees Lemonade. An entrepreneur since age four, Mikaila collaborates with her parents and mentors to continue to grow the company and its sister nonprofit, Healthy Hive Foundation. Listen as David and Mikaila discuss going viral on Shark Tank, …
 
The USA is embarking on the biggest change in economic policy in decades. Biden is using the economics of the 1930s to avoid the 1930s. This is a big deal. We speak to renowned economic heretic and former Fed economist, Claudia Sahm about Biden's New Deal, being bullied by 1970's thinking and America creating 10 million new jobs. Also, we talk abou…
 
The upcoming sale of Ulster Bank will reveal how Ireland actually works. We give you the "collars up" view from the West Lower Stand at the Aviva stadium - where deals are done. This corporate finance 101 podcast breaks down the likely carve-up of Ulster Bank amongst the Insiders, and explains why as long as the banking system is joined at the hip …
 
Transitioning from the military world to the civilian world is a major step for many veterans, one that likely doesn’t get discussed enough among veterans. On the new episode of “The David Johnson Show”, a national voice that talks about points of interest within the post 9/11 military and veteran culture, David speaks candidly about the transition…
 
On the new episode of “The David Johnson Show,” a national voice that talks about points of interest within the post 9/11 military and veteran culture, David speaks with Gabriel Uliburri and David Martin, aka Gabe and David, the founders of RAH, Real American Heroes Coffee Company. Real American Heroes (RAH) Coffee Company launched in December 2018…
 
Marvin Ellison, CEO of Lowe's Home Improvement, has made a career of tackling challenges that no one else would, or could, face. He attributes his success to this approach and to embracing the “best you” you can be. Listen as David and Marvin discuss humble beginnings, his first day as CEO, and why assimilating into corporate culture is the wrong s…
 
What will our cities look like after Covid? We talk to renowned urbanist Richard Florida, the man behind the concept of the Creative Class and Creative Cities about what next for our cities. We also outline three "must do's" for cities. The first is a directly-elected Mayor with proper taxation/spending powers, second a tax on land hoarding to make…
 
Hundreds of years ago, the Dutch were Europe's moneymen and it looks as if they are at it again. We look at new alliances & digital trade routes emerging in the post-Brexit era. Looking at Hindu parables, what's the elephant in the room? What's the story with Bitcoin, digital Gold or digital Tulips, plus the logic in Elon Musk's big bet. If Bitcoin…
 
David Johnson speaks with Aaron Bare, a multi-talented entrepreneur who is co-founder of the HeroZona Foundation, which serves the Arizona veteran community and national veteran interests. Aaron Bare calls himself a “micro-entrepreneur”, meaning he’s used a model to start a lot of different companies (3 non-profits, 12 companies sold) and then find…
 
we start off by taking a look at the fallout of the Gamestop fiasco before tackling the bigger issue: Conventional thinking. In many ways the world is still pushing “zombie” ideas - ideas that have been proven to be false but that are still being pushed as policies. With the help of Tom Bergin we look at a few conventional ideas and explain why the…
 
Public housing should be addressed with the same urgency as public health. If we can close down the economy, borrow billions, furlough millions and stop the world in the name of public health, we should be able to tear up the rule book when it comes to housing. The property market in Ireland and the rest of the English speaking world is a scam, rig…
 
This month's topics: Would you move to the United States? How do you think the January 6th Capitol insurrection has effected Canadian Politics? Is it time for Canada to get rid of The Governor General? What’s going on in Alberta? Can you name one positive thing that Jason Kenney has done for the people of Alberta? Plus we play, Fact or Fiction? Fea…
 
Lauren Hobart, the newly appointed CEO of Dick’s Sporting Goods, is an incredibly well-rounded leader with over 25 years of finance, consumer and retail experience. As one of only 41 female CEOs leading a Fortune 500 Company, Hobart relishes the ability to champion young women to achieve their full potential. Listen as David and Lauren discuss her …
 
We take another look at the "day-trading" insurrectionists to examine who is actually in control, what human emotions are unleashed by the markets and what it all means for politics and economics. We are joined by the authors of the wonderful book Angrynomics political scientist Mark Blyth and hedge fund manger Eric Lonergan. Things are rarely as t…
 
Something unusual is happening in the stock market: the little guy - or in this case, guys - are beating up the big multi-billionaire hedge-fund managers. This is in stark contrast to the usual market hegemony and might signal a deep change: the little guy is slowly recognizing their power in numbers. If short selling, margin calls, put options, sh…
 
Ireland, like many economies is hostage to the rentiers, companies that sidle up to governments to get a licence to provide some product or service that the government used to provide. This is a licence to print money, because the rentier company has a monopoly to hoover up rent rather than make anything. They dominate the property market, utilitie…
 
The arrival of Joe Biden has led to a profound change in tone, with America quickly re-signing back up to the Paris Accord. The planet is back on the agenda and the mantra of growth at all costs irrespective of the environmental costs, is being reappraised. We talk to Kat Raworth, author of "Doughnut Economics" about a different way of looking at t…
 
Former Chief of Staff of the Army, Ray Odierno is a retired four-star general of the United States Army and current chairman of USA Football. With a background in team sports, General Odierno utilized team dynamics in his leadership style as Commanding General. Listen as David and General Ray discuss diversity and inclusion in the Army, providing o…
 
We explain by way of the SFX and Doc Martins how financial markets create inequality. Late stage financial capitalism generates super normal profits for owners of capital and debt by way of IPOs, and forces wage moderation on ordinary workers. We explain how understanding the credit cycle is key to understand the modern economy through the prism of…
 
Trump is gone but what next for Trumpism? The saga is far from over. While the armed Boogaloo boys are mobilizing across the United States we talk with Professor William Black to get a thorough understanding of what’s going on in America and what the future holds for Donald J. Trump. Also a quick hit on how China has emerged unassailable from both …
 
Kevin Johnson, CEO of Starbucks, has brought the power of vulnerability to his role. After succeeding Starbucks’ founder and CEO Howard Schultz in 2017, Johnson believes strongly in preserving the legacy of the brand while embracing the innovation necessary to push the company into the future. Listen as David and Kevin discuss distributed leadershi…
 
We still have time to do a New Zealand, with the vaccine roll out going so slowly, can we do a Taiwan and be out and about my St Patrick's Day? We talk zero Covid with Prof Aoife McLyset: How we can administer an economic vaccine while we wait with a bit of imagination, plus what the new biotech revolution - ushered in by the mRNA vaccine - means f…
 
Trump is over, Trumpism is not. The great American experiment is only starting, as the Republicans become the party of the anxious while, the Democrats - the party of the satisfied. As the world's economic power shifts to Asia, we should try to understand people's real fears. Also, why the world need fewer "blackboard" economists and more "kitchen …
 
Interesting times! As the US is engulfed by a culture war, we look at a culture war closer to home. Here’s why Brexit provides a once in a generation opportunity and how we can seize it. Brexit is a change and change is the one thing that is constant. Embrace it. Economically, there’s huge upside. Politically, it makes constitutional change on this…
 
Welcome back to the podcast 2021! During the height of the civil rights campaign when people were dying needlessly, Martin Luther King deployed this expression “the extreme urgency of now” to describe the urgency of achieving civil rights immediately, not sometime in the future. Precisely the same can be said about the vaccine. Every day is crucial…
 
Get ready for Season 2 of How Leaders Lead with David Novak!! In each episode, David Novak interviews some of the biggest names, in business, sports and life – and you’re gonna love learning how these leaders think… what’s important to them… and how they inspire those around them. How they lead.Di David Novak
 
Episode Notes This episodes topics are:Is Erin O’Toole an improvement over Andrew Scheer?Would you take a flight to nowhere?Wage Theft.Doug Ford vs The Carbon Tax. Again.And we play Fact vs Fiction Featuring journalists, Andrew Coyne (The Globe & Mail, CBC’s At Issue) and Robert Benzie (The Toronto Star’s Queen's Park Bureau Chief). Improvisers, Ka…
 
Technology changes the world - but not everyone who bets on technology wins. With the recent boom in tech IPOs we take a look at what the market with the help of FT’s John Thornhilll and explore a short history of market mania, from AirBnB, to canals, railways, Irish Navies, Homer Simpson plus a cameo from Ken Clarke late night in bar in Hong Kong …
 
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