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Mark Gerson

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Latest 21 May 2022 | Updated Daily

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Mark Gerson of GLG on Charity, Investing, Inflation, and Valuations (EP.186)

Panic with Friends - Howard Lindzon

You yutes have it so good. Mark and I used to walk up hill in the snow both ways to school, we had Hebrew class 8 days a week, and we had to read actual books at an actual library. I first met Mark about 15 years ago in the early days of Stocktwits; at the Macanudo Cigar bar. We talk charitable work, market cycles, investing, inflation, and valuation. It was good to catch up. I hope you enjoy our conversation and appreciate how good you have it. Guest - Mark Gerson, Chairman at African Mission Healthcare, United Hatzalah of Israel, and Host of The Rabbi’s Husband Podcast. Co-founder at Gerson Lehrman Group GLGhowardlindzon.com, israelrescue.org, AfricanMissionHealthcare.org, therabbishusband.com, glginsights.com Twitter: @howardlindzon, @markgerson, @knutjensen linkedin.com/in/mark-gerson-26631 #fintech #invest #investment #venturecapital #stockmarket #finance Show Notes: (00:04) – Show intro (04:17) – Introducing Mark (08:03) – Investing ideas Mark's passionate about (12:18) – Developing an addiction to exercise (12:46) – The best self-help book ever (15:04) – Charity: The power of a well-deployed dollar (17:30) – Three minutes separate life and death (20:54) – The 'ambicycle' (28:39) – Separate the urgent from the important (31:08) – Education - not one system fits all (31:14) – Investing in the markets (32:48) – Cycles do exist (33:36) – Tiny bubbles (34:06) – Valuation is important (35:28) – Inflation will have significant effects (38:06) – Saying inflation is temporary isn't helpful (39:32) – Closing thoughts

42mins

27 Jan 2022

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RP DAILY: the most liberating idea in the world: featuring Mark Gerson

the nantucket project

closing arguments, and a compelling conversation with mark gerson who explains why we are the sum of our habits, and how seder can be the most interesting conversation you have all year. watch, share, discuss. The Rabbi's Husband Mark Gerson, the co-founder of the Gerson Lehrman Group (GLG) and several other companies. Mark is the co-founder and Chairman of African Mission Healthcare, which partners with Christian doctors and hospitals to provide clinical care, medical training and infrastructure throughout Africa. He is also the co-founder and Chairman of United Hatzalah of Israel, the volunteer system of emergency first response that enables victims of pre-hospital trauma to be treated in the moments that separate life from death. Mark is the host of the popular podcast "The Rabbi's Husband," that explores the practical implications of a Biblical passage with some of the world's most interesting thinkers and leaders. His book, “The Telling: How Judaism’s Essential Book Reveals the Meaning of Life,” is a Los Angeles Times Best-Seller and is available at bookstores everywhere. Mark is married to Rabbi Erica Gerson and lives in New York City with their four children.

59mins

20 Apr 2021

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Mark Gerson on How the Seder Teaches Freedom Through Food

The Tikvah Podcast

In almost a week, Jews all over the world will sit down at their seder tables and retell the story of the Exodus, of the Jewish people’s national deliverance from Egypt. Of course, in the seder Jews retell that story in a highly choreographed, highly ritualized ceremonial meal. Particular food items are used for particular purposes, and carefully delineated instructions are given for what to do with each. Why do Jews celebrate national deliverance by eating and drinking at all? How does food, of all things, illuminate freedom? To help us understand the significance of food and drink on Passover, in this week’s podcast the entrepreneur and philanthropist Mark Gerson joins Mosaic editor Jonathan Silver. Gerson is the author of a new book, The Telling: How Judaism’s Essential Book Reveals the Meaning of Life, a commentary on the Passover Haggadah. In this episode, he analyzes the many foods prescribed by the Haggadah, and how each of them in their own way gets at the heart of Jewish national freedom.  Musical selections in this podcast are drawn from the Quintet for Clarinet and Strings, op. 31a, composed by Paul Ben-Haim and performed by the ARC Ensemble.

29mins

18 Mar 2021

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The Jewish Story: Interlude: Haggadah - Interview with Mark Gerson

The Land of Israel Network

Telling the story of the Exodus is something so simple that we do it every year, and so complicated that we never get it quite right. With all the effort we put into preparation for a kosher Pesach, it is worth dusting off the Haggadah a couple of weeks early in or to prepare for an awesome Seder. Author Mark Gerson joins me to discuss his new book about the Haggadah and how we can best access its energy and wisdom.Photo Credit: https://www.flickr.com/photos/160866001@N07/48228219311

48mins

14 Mar 2021

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044 | Passover Teaching and Mark Gerson Interview

Paula Today Podcast by Life Network for Women

In this podcast, Pastor Paula gives a teaching on the Passover season and why it must be important to us. Pastor Paula also interviews Mark Gerson. Mark is the author of books on intellectual history and education. His articles and essays on subjects ranging from Frank Sinatra to the biblical Jonah have been published in The New Republic, Commentary, The Wall Street Journal and USA Today. He writes a weekly Torah column for the Christian Broadcasting Network and hosts the popular podcast The Rabbi’s Husband, and recently launched Torah Academy, an online resource for channeling the Torah’s practical insight and wisdom to live a happier, more successful life.

25mins

3 Mar 2021