BREAKING!!!Trump’s NYC Criminal Probe Nears Indictment + A Conversation With Politico’s Sam Stein March 22, 2021
Mea Culpa with Michael Cohen
A deep dive into the Manhattan DA’s investigation into Donald Trump and the Trump Organization. One month after the Supreme Court ordered the release of Trump’s tax records and related financial documents the case against him is likely nearing the indictment stage. Investigators are now looking to flip Trump’s longtime CFO Allen H Weisselberg, the keeper of the family’s financial secrets. Then we take a trip down to Cuomo town and look into the trifecta of scandals plaguing the embattled Governor. Finally, Politico’s Sam Stein joins Mea Culpa to dish on the latest news out of Washington.
In this episode, Sam Stein, Executive Vice President and Partner of Pittsburgh-based, Engaged Prospect joins the show. We chat about sales writing and how it differs from marketing writing. We also delve into writing cold emails and outreach on social media, sales scripts and when and how to use them, networking and the many aspects of writing that someone in sales does on a daily basis. Visit Sam's company at www.engagedprospect.com and connect with him on LinkedIn.
Sam Stein Breaks down Biden’s Vice Presidential Options and more
Lets Have This Conversation
Former Vice President Joe Biden has a consequential decision to make as the Democratic National Convention draws near. Who will he select as his running mate andvice president pick? Considering Biden’s advanced age (77) and if elected president in November he’ll be the oldest elected president at (78.) Also, considering the paralyzing and contentious times were living in is picking an African American woman of color the right thing to do to heal the nation and bring Americans together? Sam Stein is the Politics Editor at The Daily Beast and an MSNBC contributor he joined me this week to discuss the decision ahead for Biden and some other political news and notes around America. You can follow Sam on Twitter @samstein
Constantly Develop Your Customer Pipeline | Dan Hersh & Sam Stein, Owners of Engaged Prospect
Proprietors of Pittsburgh Podcast
If you have a business, then you have to sell your product or service. For some people, this comes naturally, but for the majority, it can feel a bit awkward to sell what you make. In entrepreneurship there’s the pervasive attitude that just because the product is awesome, people will line up to get it. Unfortunately, it doesn’t work that way. This is where Engaged Prospect comes in. They understand that selling isn’t just telling and that having a product that solves a problem is only the first step. There’s much more to it, and great selling involves listening, asking questions, and educating the consumer. Many entrepreneurs are technically proficient in their craft and passionate about their work. They just need help selling what they’ve made.In this episode, Dan Hersh and Sam Stein discuss the inspiration for their company, how their partnership came together, and what steps businesses should be taking right now in order to not only survive, but also thrive during the pandemic. If you’ve ever struggled with sales in your business, then this episode is for you. I know that entrepreneurs and small business owners will find it refreshing to discover that companies like Engaged Prospect exist to provide the type of help and support that is so urgently needed in the marketplace.If you have any questions or if you’d like to chat, you can reach me at my contact info below. The purpose of this podcast is to share ideas, inspire action, and build a stronger small business community here in Pittsburgh. So please say hello, tell me what you think, and let me know how I’m doing. It means a ton!YOU CAN REACH ME AT:Podcast: https://www.proprietorsofpittsburgh.comWebsite: https://www.thestartupshoppe.net/podcastsInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/proprietorsofpittsburghpodcastFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/proprietorsofpittsburghpodcastLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/darinvilanoPhone: 412-336-8247YOU CAN REACH ENGAGED PROSPECT AT:Website: https://www.engagedprospect.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/EngagedProspectLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/engaged-prospectTwitter: https://twitter.com/EngagedProspectPhone: 412-715-5151
Can I Have Your Data? and what Sex Robots, Blockchain, Headspace and Venture Capitalism have in Common ft. Sam Stein
Simplexity with Alyson Stoner
Samantha Stein is a WEF Global Shaper, Founder of Hacktivision, Former Director at TechCrunch and Human Rights advocate on a mission to raise human consciousness through ethical and equitable technology and art. She breaks down how your personal data is being sold, shared and who owns it, along with your “digital subconscious” and how technology and social media are studying your behavior and manipulating your consumer habits and experience. We delve into the mental and sexual health effects of technology, using Big Data to solve world crises, the basics of blockchain, hidden bias and discrimination in our devices, sex robots, VR porn, how to protect our health, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 7: Mastering Mixed Use with Sam Stein, Development Manager, Strategic Property Partners (SPP), Water Street Tampa
Retail Therapy Podcast
Guest Host: Ajay Kapoor, CEO of TouchSource Sam Stein, Development Manager shares SPP’s vision for Water Street Tampa, the 56 acre mixed use waterfront community that is changing the face of the city. Find out the key focus areas critical to ensuring the success of this landmark mixed use project? Strategic Property Partners Water Street Tampa Sparkman Wharf 3:56 No more complicated product than mixed use. 5:00 Focusing on ground plane is a key component for success. 5:45 In general, retail space in Tampa is an afterthought. Typically build a building, save some space and then rent it to the highest bidder. 6:04 Finding more and more that a strong retail base is a key to success. 7:02 it’s really about how you create the best experience for the pedestrian. 8:00 Focused vision on 3 main things: Creating a vibrant retail environment. Prioritizing the public realm. Enhancing health and wellness. 8:58 The real value is creating a place where people want to be. People need access to outdoor space. They want to feel good and if they do then they stay longer and spend more money. 9:40 Projecting 9 million square feet upon completion. 12:43 we look for opportunities in the future for organic growth. So we try not to over program at the start of the project. 13:40 One of the biggest problems that faces large mixed use developments is that they don’t think about surrounding areas and how to connect with them. 15:29 one of the first things that was done was to break down the blocks to make them more walkable. 16:30 Actively working with Tampa transportation to potentially add some stops and enhance the stops. 17:44 Working toward getting WELL neighborhood certification and would be the first in the world to achieve it. 20:00 A corner of the project was donated to USF to build a medical campus. Thousands of medical students and faculty at the core of the neighborhood. 23:27 1.7 miles of underground piping to help buildings run more efficiently. 24:11 Technology allows us to quickly connect with community. 27:43 Focused on resiliency. No secret that the location is vulnerable with climate changes and rising sea levels. 32:51 It has always been important to the project to not consider this a luxury project. We wanted a diversity in public spaces as well as buildings to have a complete community.
Howdy Roamers and thanks for dropping in for another episode of the Right To Roam podcast. Adam is joined by Sam Stein to discuss all things volunteerism and ducks. Sam is a social media chair for a regional chapter of Ducks Unlimited in western Wyoming. This conversation has roots in one of the most successful conservation organizations on the continent and Sam’s enthusiasm for local activism sets the stage for how we can all fulfill a conservation role for the good of the whole.We hope you enjoy this episode and in doing so leave us a rating and review on Stitcher and/or Itunes. Take a moment to share this or your favorite R2R episode within your social circle and don’t forget to subscribe, Happy Trails!
Jonah Keri filibusters with Daily Beast political writer Sam Stein on the midterm elections, featuring: a breakdown of how the Democrats took back the House; a look at how the GOP expanded its majority in the Senate; what happens to seemingly popular candidates after they lose; why immigration played a much bigger role than climate change in deciding these elections (even though it shouldn't have); how shifts in state-level politics aren't as widely discussed but still weigh heavily on citizens' lives; and much more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices