MM: When the Consumer Dictates where Healthcare Goes with Larry Diamond, CEO of Mitesco and the Good Clinic
Consumers are currently driving healthcare. In this episode, Larry Diamond, CEO of Mitesco and the Good Clinic, talks about how they are helping the healthcare system evolve so that consumers have a better experience and outcomes with their health. Larry explains how they view it as a consumer product, bringing their needs to the center instead of what governments or insurance companies typically ask for. This means personalized, complete care that is convenient and reasonably priced. He exemplifies how the Good Clinic focuses on same-day or next-day appointments that are 37 minutes on average. He talks about referrals and community-based marketing as a means to let the right customers find them. He also discusses the benefits of the Good Clinic’s nurse-practitioner-led care and how primary care can become a better business. Tune in to this episode to learn how the customer has the power to turn healthcare more proactive! Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: outcomesrocket.health
Larry Diamond, Ph.D - Hoover/Stanford - Saving Democracy
Grey Matter with Michael Krasny
As one of the world's leading spokespersons for democracy, Larry Diamond of the Hoover Institution, Stanford University, the Journal of Democracy and the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies (FSI), reflects on the threats to global democracy and his proposals for reinstating and reinforcing the health of our own democracy in the United States.
Kathryn Stoner and Minxin Pei with Larry Diamond - China and Russia: An Alliance of Autocracies
America at a Crossroads
Kathryn Stoner (Deputy Director at the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies at Stanford University) and Minxin Pei (Chinese-American political scientist and expert on governance in China, U.S.-Asia relations) spoke with Stanford University's Larry Diamond about China and Russia's alliance of autocracies, particularly through the lens of Russia's war on Ukraine and each nation's state-run media.
Expert Guests: Coach Larry Diamond and Kay Lynne Diamond
The Fasting Method Podcast
Episode #17 In today's episode, Megan and Nadia put their colleague Larry Diamond and his wife, Kay Lynne, in the hot seat! Larry has been a coach for the Fasting Method Program since 2018 and he and his wife have lost almost 200 lbs combined! They share how they lost all that weight, how they've kept it off, and how they are helping TFM clients and the Community in their own journeys. Tune in to hear about the numerous health issues they have resolved. Learn More About Our Community: https://www.thefastingmethod.com Join our FREE Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/TFMNetwork Watch Us On YouTube: https://bit.ly/TFMYouTube Follow Us on Instagram: @fastingmethod
Professor Larry Diamond unpacks the January 6th insurrection, political polarization, voter ID laws, democratic backsliding, and what Stanford students can do to preserve American democracy. CREDITS Hosts: Nicole Domingo and Avi Gupta Student Section: Lucy Nemerov and Lucian de Nevers Music: Arnob Das Editing: Katherine Zhou Cover Art: Lucy Nemerov
Larry Diamond on Election Reform: An Existential Issue for American Democracy
"The future health, if not survival, of American democracy is in danger in a way that it hasn't been in our lifetime," warns Larry Diamond, who sat down with Francis Fukuyama to discuss voting rights, the Electoral Count Act, and what reforms are needed to avert a future political catastrophe.Larry Diamond is a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, the Mosbacher Senior Fellow in Global Democracy at the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies (FSI), and a Bass University Fellow in Undergraduate Education at Stanford University. He is also a professor by courtesy of Political Science and Sociology at Stanford. His research focuses on democratic trends and conditions around the world and on policies and reforms to defend and advance democracy. His latest edited book (with Orville Schell), China's Influence and American Interests (Hoover Press, 2019), urges a posture of constructive vigilance toward China’s global projection of “sharp power,” which it sees as a rising threat to democratic norms and institutions. He offers a massive open online course (MOOC) on Comparative Democratic Development through the edX platform and is now writing a textbook to accompany it.Diamond’s book, Ill Winds: Saving Democracy from Russian Rage, Chinese Ambition, and American Complacency, analyzes the challenges confronting liberal democracy in the United States and around the world at this potential “hinge in history,” and offers an agenda for strengthening and defending democracy at home and abroad. A paperback edition with a new preface was released by Penguin in April 2020. His other books include: In Search of Democracy (2016), The Spirit of Democracy (2008), Developing Democracy: Toward Consolidation (1999), Promoting Democracy in the 1990s (1995), and Class, Ethnicity, and Democracy in Nigeria (1989). He has also edited or coedited more than forty books on democratic development around the world, most recently, Dynamics of Democracy in Taiwan: The Ma Ying-jeou Years.
CEO Series: Larry Diamond - Retail Investor Earnings Call (first ever!) | Zip Co (ASX: Z1P)
Equity Mates Investing Podcast
Part 2, Zip Co: how Larry Diamond operates a “Building and Flying” culture
Build It. They'll Come.
Managing the rapid scale-up of fast-growing Zip Co meantco-founder & CEO Larry Diamond instigated a culture of Building and Flyingat the exact same time; find out how such a high-wire act meant Diamond and histeam often came close to falling over, thinking they might have to close theirdoors. In the early days, surprisingly they had no retail expert on their team.Yet by putting 1 foot in front of the other, taking 1 step at a time, they grewfrom signing on 1 small suburban bike shop to accept their Buy Now Pay Laterproduct, to signing up tens of thousands of merchants, including big playerslike Wesfarmers’ Bunnings & Kmart, and online retailers like kogan. And thesecret sauce? Diamond says if you have the passion, then the startup life isreally all about endurance. Oh, and taking every Saturday off, switching offall computers and devices, & re-charging one’s own batteries with familyand friends! Enjoy Part 2 of my chat with Zip’s Larry Diamond.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Zip Co: Larry Diamond builds a disruptive Buy Now Pay Later fintech empire
Build It. They'll Come.
Part 1 -When Larry Diamond came up with his idea for a new payment method he wanted with a passion to disrupt existing payment systems, particularly credit cards, that had a stranglehold on the online space, but were clunky and un-user friendly in his view. Pitching his idea to would-be investors, they sort of metaphorically patted him on the head and shooed him away, saying, nice idea Larry, but you don’t know what you’re talking about! Rather than drop his idea for a Buy Now Pay Later digital product, he persevered and found a perfect partner, consumer credit expert Peter Gray, to help realise his vision. That vision was providing small amounts of credit to consumers involving “fees” but would do away with “interest charges” completely. ZipMoney, later becoming Zip Co, was born in 2013 over a number of beers in their local pub! The co-founders landed on a product that gelled with younger consumers, in a big way as it’s turning out, as a kind of cross between a debit card and a credit card. 8 years later, overcoming several mammoth hurdles along the way which you’ll hear about, Zip now boasts 7 million customers worldwide, including 2.5 million Australian customers using their most popular product Zip Pay, at everywhere from Bunnings and Woolies to online e-tailers Kogan and Catch. While another Aussie startup Afterpay began later but has grown much bigger, and there’s also strong competition promised from US giant PayPal and CBA’s part-owned Klarna in the BNPL space, Larry Diamond says bring on competition! Founder Larry Diamond now owns just 10% of Zip, making him very wealthy already. But, he tells me, more important are his expanding global growth plans for Zip, including greater penetration into the lucrative US. Hope you enjoy Part 1 of my interview with Zip co-founder and CEO Larry Diamond.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.