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14 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jake Taylor. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jake Taylor, often where they are interviewed.

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14 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jake Taylor. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jake Taylor, often where they are interviewed.

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Brennen & Jake Taylor | How to Build Your Social Media + YouTube!

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Brian catches up with Hailie back at the Cali house about her recent races, and where she's headed next! PLUS, Brian invites fellow YouTubers Brennen & Jake Taylor! The guys talk about everything from their early introduction into the world of entertainment, Vine & Tik Tok, acting, building your social media, the limits of the internet, one star haircuts, desert eagles, their food series, Brian shotty trip to France, and the most important thing to grow your page! Brian is featured on their podcast this week - SUS: SHARE UR SCARE - Go check it out now!

Sep 16 2020 · 1hr 4mins
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EP. 88 - In Hearts Wake (Jake Taylor & Kyle Erich)

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Worldwide Suicide. Australian metalcore environmentalists In Hearts Wake are our guests on Episode 88 of Sappenin' Podcast! Jake Taylor and Kyle Erich take time to showcase how they're trying to save the planet with all the eco-friendly efforts they are taking with their new album Kaliyuga and how the music industry can do their part, mixed with some insanely random conversations. Yes this is a random and educational at the same time. Listen to the four of us talk carbon footprints, plants, recycled vinyl, heavy riffs, Australian rap, didgeridoos, a lockdown wedding, Trump, Wetherspoons, football, nuclear weapons, awful puns, unique touring ideas, the future and another round of insane conspiracy theories. You're about to learn a lot in this one! Explore the minds of the most caring band around and turn it up with Sean and Morgan to find out Sappenin' this week!

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Kylie Wheeler, Mayumi Liwayway, Emma Barber, Mitch Perry, Shani-Maia Boxill-Anderson, Amy Chilvers, Dayna Lasnover, Amandine Urbano, Janelle Caston, Drew Styles, Samantha Spray, Dilly Grimwood, Nathan Crawshaw, Kelly Young, Kelly Irwin, Scarlet Charlton, Simon Amos, Jenni Munster, Cate Stevenson, Amy Campion, Emily Senogles, Lucy Deards, Martina McManus, Erin Howard, John&Emma, James Oakley, Louis Cook, Marcie Jacobson, Kieran Lewis, Sarah Stewart, Jordan Birchard, Mike Cunningham, Jamie O'Jaime, Paddy The Magnificent, Carl Pendlebury, Kelly Emma Cannon, Livvy Cropper, Paul Hirschfield, Becky Magliocco, James McNaught, Lydia Henderson, Ricky McClurg, Amy Thomas, Scott Jones, Tallulah Grant, Stuart McNaught, Tony Michael, Jenni Robinson, Jamie Bloor, Sarah James, Michael Engler, El Douglas, Mark Hendy, Loz Sanchez, Natasha Morris, Kelly Mallery, James Bowerbank, Mikey White, Becky Handy, Kevin Clarke, Jean Davies, Cerys Andrews, Michael Crosby, Brigitte TasteiTTv, Let it Flow Yoga, Rhys Bernardo, Samuel Griffiths, Liam Connolly, Jordan Harris, Conor Mould, Kyle David Smith, James Page, Kat Bessant, Justin Dunn, Samantha Neville, Ash Foster, Sion Ready, Gabby Byrne, Nora Pickler, Chris Harris, Sophie Thompson, Amy Jones, Scott Evans, Geoff Halbherr, Danny Eaton, Jessie Hellier, Neil Reid, Emily Dixon, David Winchurch, Hannah Louise, Kelly Tyrer, Hannah Rachael, Justine Baddeley, Anthony Matthews, Nuala Clark, Owen Davies, Angharad Richards, Mark Platten, Samantha Bowen, Sandra Kucharczyk, Gavin Butler, Jennifer Dean, Ryan Woodman, Matt Roberts, Robert Pike, Robert Byrne, Hannah Talbot, Charlie Rotherham, Ida Christensen, Nicola Johnson, Rebecca Harrison, Matthew Inkster, Luke Wardle, Sarah Maher, Alanágh Nic Gabhann, Lewis Sluman, Andy Saxton, Snowdogg7, Helen Macbethm, Callum Oakshott, Emma Forni, Adam Tibbs, Alice Boyns, Joshua Ehrensperger-Lewis, Lucy Neill, Ollie Amesbury, Stevie Burke, Tom Owen, Jacob Turner, Nathan Matheson, Katy Brewster, Thomas James, Andrew Keech, Ben Evans, Ceri Craddock, Melissa O'Shea, Julia Rawicz, Sam Ledgerwood, Jason Heredia, Marc Jones, Kevin Andrew and Teri Oakshott-Marston.

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Jul 30 2020 · 1hr 27mins

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Police Brutality W/ Jake Taylor

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In response to recent events regarding the murder of George Floyd, me and Jake decided to talk about the next steps for the movement.


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May 30 2020 · 1hr 13mins
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Socialism in America w/ Jake Taylor

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Hey guys hit me up if you think that we missed on a couple of points. My instagram is Charles__Mansfield. 


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May 17 2020 · 29mins

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2. Jake Taylor catch up

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In episode 2, we caught up with captain Jake Taylor at the end of April to talk about his lockdown experience and being part of a community club.

May 11 2020 · 21mins
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TIP289: Intrinsic Value Assessment of Berkshire Hathaway by Jake Taylor (Business Podcast)

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  • The most important takeaways from Warren Buffett’s most recent letter to shareholders
  • An overview of the five major segments of Berkshire Hathway
  • What is the moat of Berkshire Hathaway after Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger
  • Should Berkshire Hathaway be used as a substitute for cash or a bond in your portfolio?
  • Ask The Investors: Should I as a shareholder of Berkshire Hathaway buy stocks that are already in the company’s portfolio?


Mar 29 2020 · 48mins
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16. Is Harvard Really Worth It? with Jake Taylor

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A lot of people believe that if they can't get in to a top-tier college or graduate school, it's not worth going. Yet, there are a lot of considerations that play into your decision to go back to school, and the prestige of the program is only one factor in choosing the school that's right for you.

In this episode of The Dominate Test Prep Podcast we catch up with Harvard Kennedy School of Government alumnus Jake Taylor who recounts his journey from working on Wall Street to teaching middle school math in Spanish Harlem to ultimately going back to graduate school at Harvard -- and he answers the question of whether it was worth paying full sticker price at Harvard vs. going to a less-prestigious school where he would have received scholarship money.

We discuss a number of important topics that can help inform your own decision about if/where to go to school, including:

  • When did Jake realized that working on Wall Street wasn't his life's passion, and how did he have the courage to make a change?
  • Funny story: How can following someone around a grocery store help you achieve your career goals?
  • After teaching for five years -- and enjoying every minute of it -- how did Jake know it was the right time to go back to school?
  • How did he choose between the GRE and GMAT?
  • Why did he turn down scholarship money from other schools and ultimately decide to go to Harvard?
  • Was it worth it?
  • What was the job search process like on the back end of graduate school?
  • Looking back, what's the #1 thing he thinks people should consider when choosing their own college or graduate program? (Hint: his answer may surprise you)
  • And more!

One of the things Jake mentions as being really helpful during his transition out of Morgan Stanley and into the classroom was the counsel of people who had gone before him. Jake's experience and thoughtful insight into the key decision points of his own journey can be part of that similar counsel for you. We trust you'll find the conversation helpful!


In this week's "From the Mailbag" segment we answer the question of whether you should take time to write A, B, C, D, E a bunch of times on your scratch paper (short answer: "yes") and how to do it most effectively.


"It is never too late to be what you might have been." -- George Eliot

Feb 11 2020 · 43mins
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Cancer Freeze - The Jake Taylor Story (Part 3)

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As part of our continuing series that began with the topic of Cancer Freeze, this episode features a heartfelt conversation with Jennifer, Gil & Joy Taylor who lost their husband and son, respectively, to cancer.

Feb 05 2020 · 34mins
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Ep. 106 - Key Takeaways from “The Rebel Allocator” and Farnam Street's Investing Philosophy with Jake Taylor, Farnam Street Investments and Author of “The Rebel Allocator”

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For this episode of the Planet MicroCap Podcast, I spoke with Jake Taylor, CEO of Farnam Street Investments and author of, “The Rebel Allocator”. I invited Jake on because I wanted to learn more about why he decided to write his book, “The Rebel Allocator”. We discuss some key takeaways from the book, learn more about Farnam Street’s investing philosophy and insights he’s learned from his own podcasts that he hosts called 5GQ and Hikecast.

Mark your calendar's for this year's Planet MicroCap Showcase. We are hosting our annual event at the Bally's Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, April 21-23, 2020. If you would like to attend, please go to www.PlanetMicroCapShowcase.com and click the "Register Now" button. You won't want to miss it this year! 

Planet MicroCap Podcast is on YouTube! All archived episodes and each new episode will be posted on the SNN Network YouTube channel. I’ve provided the link in the description if you’d like to subscribe. You’ll also get the chance to watch all our Video Interviews with management teams, educational panels from the conference, as well as expert commentary from some familiar guests on the podcast.

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You can follow the Planet MicroCap Podcast on Twitter @BobbyKKraft, and you can also listen to this interview on StockNewsNow.com

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You can follow Jake Taylor on Twitter @farnamjake1

Jan 29 2020 · 1hr 2mins
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Hiking Podcast with Jake Taylor

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I’m the subject of Jake’s interview — on how I became a pro triathlete!

Jake Taylor hosts a very cool podcast called 5GQ: 5 Good Questions. He has an assortment of authors on the show to talk about their books and life’s works, and answer five or more good questions from Jake. What an honor to be on this show amidst Jake’s luminaries from the world of high finance and corporate leadership. He is close friends with Warren Buffett and a noted financial professional based in Folsom, CA. Okay, he’s not really close friends with Buffett, but he did hang with him in college (as the winner of a contest he was afforded this opportunity) and leveraged that opportunity into a career. Jake’s first book, The Rebel Allocator, is a novel dispensing business advice about the allocation of capital. 

FYI: Jake’s wife is the one and only Lindsay Taylor, Ph.D., all-around Primal Blueprint queen bee, ketogenic ironman triathlete and recipe whiz. She worked with Mark Sisson for the recipes in The Keto Reset Diet, The Keto Reset Instant Pot Cookbook, and The Keto Reset Diet Cookbook.  

Jake and I did something super cool: we tested out his novel idea to conduct a podcast during a hike! Yep, we donned portable equipment and hoofed it for a 48-minute conversation. Essentially, Jake started out asking me one good question and I took it and ran with it: “So, how did a kid from Southern California become the number three triathlete in the world?” Answer: I was too small for high school football, cut from high school basketball (albeit an LA City championship program at Los Angeles Taft High School), so I ended up running and running, till I got hurt from too much running and started swimming, biking, and running, until I became King of the Desert.  Hopefully, you will appreciate this different flavor of show, which is syndicated on Jake’s 5 Good Questions podcast channel.  


What would the world be like if we read books instead of TV? [01:27]

Jake asks Brad about his athletic journey.  [07:32] 

Just because you’re a competitive due and go to full speed, it does not equate with success. [15:01] 

Learning to be a cyclist, led Brad to triathlon after being a runner. [17:20] 

After graduating College, Brad found himself working in a skyscraper!! [21:30] 

Pure motivation helped his commitment towards his goal. [24:26] 

When he achieved success, he started to be consumed by it. [27:31] 

When you attach yourself to the outcome, you lose all perspective. [31:38]  

How does one set an official Guinness record? [32:26] 

Brad’s experience on breaking the record, taught many lessons. [41:37] 

When high jumping, the significance inside for me to have a competitive drive to want to improve height over the bar from the last time and, by doing so, define the aging process in one small way. (Brad) [44:54] 

Running a professional athletic career is like a business.  [48:34] 

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Jul 30 2019 · 58mins