Bobby Julich and Jens Voigt check in with team USA's Olympic coach Jim Miller. In this episode he breaks down his secrets to success, what he said to Chloe Dygert in the moments after her huge 2020 World Championship crash and why he was really beeping the horn when following Bobby's 2004 Olympic time trial.This episode, presented by Zwift, is a Velonews production in association with Shocked Giraffe. The producer was Mark Payne and this episode was edited by Tim Mossa.
Giannis Can't Save the Bucks, Is CP3 Plotting a Move to LA? & Author Jim Miller
Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre
On today's episode, Jason kicks things off by sharing his thoughts on Game 1 of the NBA Finals between the Phoenix Suns and the Milwaukee Bucks. The Suns were the better team coming in so it wasn't all that surprising to see them flex their muscle in Game 1. Even with Giannis Antetokounmpo making a miraculous return to the floor following his gruesome knee injury last week, the Bucks looked outmatched; Almost everything went right for Milwaukee and they still got their doors blown off. Chris Paul and Devin Booker feasted on the Bucks' defense, and it feels almost inevitable at this point that the Suns will be hoisting the Larry O'Brien trophy in about a week. Perhaps the biggest question to come out of this series then is what CP3 might do once he finally gets his ring. Would he re-sign with Phoenix and run it back next year? Or, would he look to move back to Los Angeles (where his family still lives) to play out the rest of his career with LeBron James and the Lakers? Only time will tell. Later, author Jim Miller swings by to share his thoughts on the Rachel Nichols-Maria Taylor kerfuffle and the overall disfunction at ESPN, discuss why he believes the New York Times piece was clearly a case of ‘agenda journalism’, why there seems to be so much talent-driven agendas and an overall lack of trust amongst colleagues at the Worldwide Leader, why he believes a culture of selfishness and disloyalty has led to something of a civil war inside ESPN, why the suits over at the NBA can’t be happy about what’s going on, how much of an impact social media had on the whole situation, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Episode 43: "Leading" (with special guest Jim Miller)
In today's episode, ~ing Podcast producer Ben Wideman sits down with Jim Miller, CEO and co-owner of JMX Brands, a specialty ecommerce retailer operating distinct niche-market online stores. Jim also happens to have served as pastor of two different Mennonite congregations. His experience in leading both churches and businesses means he's uniquely positioned as a connector and bridge-builder between those two spaces. We hope you enjoy this conversation! We are grateful for the continued support of Everence, a faith-based financial services organization who believe it's possible to incorporate your faith and values with your decisions about money. To take a closer look at the difference it makes when your financial services company is rooted in something more than making a profit visit Everence.com. Securities offered through ProEquities Inc., member FINRA/SIPC. ~ing Podcast is a production of MennoMedia, a nonprofit Publisher that creates thoughtful, Anabaptist resources to enrich faith in a complex world. To find out more, visit us online at MennoMedia.org
With Unbound Gravel in full force we give Jim Miller a call who has been on the ground in Kansas the past few days so we catch up with him to see what all is going on on the ground floor in Emporia! #BelgianWaffleRide
Jim Miller on HBO’s new home; Alan Yang on a very different season of “Master of None”
Jim Miller was finishing up a book about HBO and then… the story changed. He talks to Recode’s Peter Kafka about what may change now that AT&T is handing the service - along with the rest of WarnerMedia — to Discovery. Then writer, producer, and director Alan Yang join to discuss his career, the upcoming season of the Netflix hit Master of None which he co-created with comedian Aziz Ansari, and what he thinks of the current state of the movie and TV industry.Featuring: Jim Miller (@jimmiller), Reporter and AuthorAlan Yang (@alanyang), Writer, Director, and ProducerHost: Peter Kafka (@pkafka), Senior Editor at RecodeMore to explore: Subscribe for free to Recode Media, Peter Kafka, one of the media industry's most acclaimed reporters, talks to business titans, journalists, comedians, and more to get their take on today's media landscape.About Recode by Vox: Recode by Vox helps you understand how tech is changing the world — and changing us. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
CTO of Wayfair, Jim Miller: What's Your Legacy Going To Be?
Voices of Santa Clara Podcast
Jim Miller currently serves as the Chief Technology Officer for Wayfair, an American e-commerce company that sells furniture and home-goods. He has spent his career scaling operations in executive roles at innovative tech companies such as Google, Amazon, Intel, and Cisco. Before joining Google, Jim Miller was the Executive Vice President of Sanmina, one of the world’s largest electronic manufacturing service providers, where he spearheaded their industrial, cleantech, multimedia, and automotive businesses. He now serves on the board of directors for multiple private companies and an advisory board member of the Retail Management Institute here at SCU. He received his B.S. in Aerospace Engineering from Purdue University and his M.S. from MIT.We invite the CTO of Wayfair, Jim Miller, to discuss the lessons he's learned from his time working for hyper growth companies such as Amazon, Google, and Intel, where his passion for technology blossomed, his role as a board member for various companies, character traits that make a great leader, fostering diversity in the workplace, and cultivating a memorable legacy. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
154: The Art and Science of Time Trials, with Kristin Armstrong and Jim Miller
I’m not going to pretend to know much about time trials. I’ve done one. I also did an Hour Record on the track. That was fun, ahem. On the other hand, our main guests today are arguably the greatest athlete-coach duo in the history of time trials. Kristin Armstrong won three Olympic gold medals and two world championship titles in her gilded career, and Jim Miller was her coach the entire time. The pair have a fascinating story about the way they dissected the discipline and dominated their competition. It wasn’t necessarily the most traditional method, as you’ll hear, but it was undoubtedly effective. Throughout our conversation, there are a host of fascinating and fruitful messages about how they looked at and broke down the race of truth. On a more practical note, we also hear from one of the greats on the men’s side, Svein Tuft, as well as Sebastian Weber, who coached four-time world champion Tony Martin during his illustrious career. Finally, we get some sage advice from tech guru Nick Legan about how to bring speed to time trials even if you have a small budget. All that and much more as we explore both the art and science of time trials, today on Fast Talk. Let's make you fast! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jim Miller of Wayfair: Turning Profitable during COVID-19 | Evolving Ecommerce Ep.3
Evolving for the Next Billion by GGV Capital
Today on the show, we have Jim Miller, CTO of Wayfair. Wayfair is one of the world's largest e-commerce companies that sells furniture and home-goods. Wayfair is not onlyWayfair.com. It also owns Joss & Main, AllModern, Perigold, and Birch Lane. All dedicated to help shoppers quickly and easily find exactly what they want from a selection of more than 18 million items across home furnishings, décor, home improvement, housewares and more. The company generated $9.1 billion in net revenue for full year 2019. It recently turned a profit for the first time since its IPO in 2014. Before joining Wayfair, Jim served as the Vice President of Worldwide Operations at Google for almost 8 years. He also spent 7 years as a senior executive at Cisco leading supply chain and logistics, Asia operations, new product introduction, advanced technology, and global operations while the company ramped from $18B to over $40B in annual revenue. Prior to Cisco, Miller was the Vice President of Supply Chain at Amazon and was a key contributor to Amazon's rapid growth into a global company. Jim received his bachelor's degree from Purdue University, an M.S. from MIT, and an MBA from the Sloan School of Management at MIT. For the full transcript of the show, go to nextbn.ggvc.com Join our listeners' community, go to nextbn.ggvc.com/community Disclaimer: This content is provided for informational purposes only, and should not be relied upon as legal, business, investment, or tax advice. You should consult your own advisers as to those matters. References to any securities or assets are for illustrative purposes only; such references do not constitute any recommendation to either buy or sell such securities or assets and are not intended to serve as the basis for any investment decision, nor do they constitute an offer to provide investment advisory services. Any information provided by third parties in this content does not reflect the views of GGV Capital and its subsidiaries or affiliates. Furthermore, this content is not directed at nor intended for use by any investors or prospective investors, and may not under any circumstances be relied upon, when making a decision to invest in any fund managed by GGV Capital. Any investment or portfolio company mentioned, referred to, or described is not representative of all investments in vehicles managed by GGV Capital, and there can be no assurance that the investments will be profitable or that other investments made in the future will have similar characteristics or results.
Episode 4: Jim Miller Reveals Key to Ridiculous Career Longevity, More
The Bo and Glow MMA show
Legendary UFC lightweight Jim Miller joins 'The Bo & Glow MMA Show' on the Brawl Network, discussing his next fight (it may or may not be booked) his 36-fight run to-date, camping, impromptu 3 AM slumber parties (clothing optional), and much more.