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Jonathan Stein

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2. Practicing the Presence of God (Jonathan Stein)

Capturing Wonder

In this episode Kyler talks with his co-minister and friend Jonthan Stein about how to spend time in God’s presence. From prayer, to solitude, to time in the word and breath prayers. Join us as we discuss differnt ways to spend time with our awesome creator. In this episode Kyler talks with his co-minister and friend Jonthan Stein about how to spend time in God’s presence. From prayer, to solitude, to time in the word and breath prayers. Join us as we discuss differnt ways to spend time with our awesome creator.

29mins

28 Sep 2020

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663 - Episode #34 of PropShow with Ian Westerling and Jonathan Stein

Letting & Estate Agent Podcast

The PropShow - The TV Show for Estate and Letting Agents the love child of Loose Women, Property Industry Eye and Philip Schofield's Broom Cupboard .. (yeah sounds whacky!) ... this week we chat with Ian Westerling and Jonathan Stein

27mins

14 Feb 2020

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Police Accountability and Profiling by Proxy with Andrea Headley -- In the Arena with Jonathan Stein -- UC Public Policy Channel

Public Policy Channel (Video)

Instances of profiling by proxy, where police are summoned to a situation by a biased caller, have been making headlines and going viral. But, how do we address this issue? Andrea Headley has been researching profiling by proxy and other aspects of police accountability for years. She discusses what the evidence shows with Jonathan Stein, In the Arena. Series: "UC Public Policy Channel" [Public Affairs] [Show ID: 34398]

28mins

11 Feb 2019

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Police Accountability and Profiling by Proxy with Andrea Headley -- In the Arena with Jonathan Stein -- UC Public Policy Channel

Public Policy Channel (Audio)

Instances of profiling by proxy, where police are summoned to a situation by a biased caller, have been making headlines and going viral. But, how do we address this issue? Andrea Headley has been researching profiling by proxy and other aspects of police accountability for years. She discusses what the evidence shows with Jonathan Stein, In the Arena. Series: "UC Public Policy Channel" [Public Affairs] [Show ID: 34398]

28mins

11 Feb 2019

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Jonathan Stein On Financial “Betterment”

The Gerri Willis Podcast

Hi, I’m Gerri Willis from the Fox Business Network and host of the podcast, Rich Is Not a Four-Letter Word. Today, we’re talking to Jonathan Stein, the founder and CEO of Betterment, an online service that automates investing. Some folks call Jonathan’s business a robo-advisor. But as you are about to find out, his business does much more than that. Here are the takeaways: Betterment automates investing using an online interface that allows investors to make their own choices. This new age brokerage has no account minimums and charges a quarter of a basis point in fees. In other words, if you kept $100 at Betterment, you’d be charged a quarter for the privilege. These days, though, Betterment is doing more than just offering low costs, providing users with financial advice developed for their specific situation from certified financial planners. The key to Betterment’s business model is that it removes the conflict that was at the heart of many of the brokers’ businesses. Advisors were paid commissions for selling product, setting up a situation where commissions could drive advice. Stein says he has solved that problem by putting advisors on salary, freeing them up to recommend whatever makes sense to customers. Stein says that too many Americans are still shy of investing in the wake of the financial crisis ten years ago. In a survey conducted by betterment, two-thirds of folks said they were investing less now than before the crash. In the interim, stocks have embarked on the longest-running bull market in history and those that stayed home, well, they’ve missed out. Take a listen to the podcast! Follow me on Twitter @gerriwillisFBN and on Facebook, where my handle is GerriWillis. You can also find me on Instagram at Gerri_Willis. Bottom line, I want to hear from you! What money issues do you want to explore? Tell me and we will get it on the podcast. Have a great day and remember, Rich is NOT a Four-Letter Word! If you enjoyed this podcast, leave a review!

5 Oct 2018

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Preparing For Life After Incarceration with Nicholas Alexander -- In the Arena with Jonathan Stein -- UC Public Policy Channel

Public Policy Channel (Audio)

When inmates are released after serving time, their ordeals are not over. Finding stability and purpose on the outside can be daunting, leading many to end up back in jail or prison. But, as Nicholas Alexander, director of the Reentry Success Center in Richmond, California, explains, it doesn’t have to be that way. His center works with prisoners before and after incarceration to provide counseling, housing, employment, legal and other free services that help them reintegrate into their families and communities. Alexander’s compassion for the people he serves is evident in this conversation with Jonathan Stein, a fellow alumnus of the Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley. Series: "Richard and Rhoda Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley" [Public Affairs] [Show ID: 32258]

28mins

12 Jun 2017

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Preparing For Life After Incarceration with Nicholas Alexander -- In the Arena with Jonathan Stein -- UC Public Policy Channel

Public Policy Channel (Video)

When inmates are released after serving time, their ordeals are not over. Finding stability and purpose on the outside can be daunting, leading many to end up back in jail or prison. But, as Nicholas Alexander, director of the Reentry Success Center in Richmond, California, explains, it doesn’t have to be that way. His center works with prisoners before and after incarceration to provide counseling, housing, employment, legal and other free services that help them reintegrate into their families and communities. Alexander’s compassion for the people he serves is evident in this conversation with Jonathan Stein, a fellow alumnus of the Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley. Series: "Richard and Rhoda Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley" [Public Affairs] [Show ID: 32258]

28mins

12 Jun 2017

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Finding Climate Solutions with Emilie Mazzacurati -- In the Arena with Jonathan Stein

Public Policy Channel (Audio)

Blending climate science with economic modeling, Emilie Mazzacurati offers clients strategic advice on how to protect local communities by integrating climate risk into business decisions. Mazzacurati, an alumna of the Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley, talks with fellow alumnus Jonathan Stein how she founded her company, Four Twenty Seven Climate Solutions, to build climate resilience through social innovation. Series: "Richard and Rhoda Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley" [Public Affairs] [Science] [Business] [Show ID: 32257]

28mins

15 May 2017

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Finding Climate Solutions with Emilie Mazzacurati -- In the Arena with Jonathan Stein

Climate Change (Video)

Blending climate science with economic modeling, Emilie Mazzacurati offers clients strategic advice on how to protect local communities by integrating climate risk into business decisions. Mazzacurati, an alumna of the Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley, talks with fellow alumnus Jonathan Stein how she founded her company, Four Twenty Seven Climate Solutions, to build climate resilience through social innovation. Series: "Richard and Rhoda Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley" [Public Affairs] [Science] [Business] [Show ID: 32257]

28mins

15 May 2017

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Finding Climate Solutions with Emilie Mazzacurati -- In the Arena with Jonathan Stein

Climate Change (Audio)

Blending climate science with economic modeling, Emilie Mazzacurati offers clients strategic advice on how to protect local communities by integrating climate risk into business decisions. Mazzacurati, an alumna of the Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley, talks with fellow alumnus Jonathan Stein how she founded her company, Four Twenty Seven Climate Solutions, to build climate resilience through social innovation. Series: "Richard and Rhoda Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley" [Public Affairs] [Science] [Business] [Show ID: 32257]

28mins

15 May 2017

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