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Back to Europe : Gabriella Smith, Andrew Norman, Timo Andres, Missy Mazzoli, Chris Cerrone, Shelley Washington

Une histoire de la musique américaine

durée : 00:30:08 - « Back to Europe ? » : Gabriella Smith, Andrew Norman, Timo Andres, Missy Mazzoli, Chris Cerrone, Shelley Washington - par : Thomas Vergracht - Exit l'autotune et les boîtes à rythmes ! Pour un certain nombres de compositeurs américains de la nouvelle génération, on revient à des orchestres "sonnants", des modes de jeux et des sonorités qui sentent bon l'avant-garde...ne serait-ce pas un retour vers l'Europe ? - réalisé par : Somany Na

30mins

16 Jul 2022

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Chris Cerrone - A Simple, Quality Discussion

The Business Brew

Chris Cerrone, a Partner at Akre Capital Management, stops by The Business Brew for a discussion about his investment philosophy, simplicity, the definition of quality, and much more.  Chris’ paper, The Art of (Not) Selling, really made an impression on Bill.  This discussion follows up on that paper, among other topics. Prior to joining Akre Capital Management in 2012, Chris served as an equity research analyst for Goldman Sachs & Co. in New York from 2010 to 2012. In that position, he covered restaurant and retail companies. He began his investment management career in 2007 as a junior equity research analyst with Century Capital Management in Boston. Chris graduated summa cum laude with a B.A. in economics from Tufts University. Bill really enjoyed listening to Chris talk about how Mr. Akre would push Chris to find the essence of a business.  That enables an analyst to then focus on THE most important question. Books mentioned include: https://www.amazon.com/Zen-Art-Motorcycle-Maintenance-Inquiry/dp/0060589469 https://www.amazon.com/Lila-Inquiry-Robert-M-Pirsig/dp/0553299611/ref=pd_lpo_2?pd_rd_i=0553299611&psc=1 https://www.amazon.com/The-Art-of-Learning-Josh-Waitzkin-audiobook/dp/B00JE2WEEK/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3DQ5DXHBNOWB7&keywords=the+art+of+learning&qid=1643803876&s=books&sprefix=the+art+of+learning%2Cstripbooks%2C83&sr=1-1 Detailed show notes below the Stream by Mosiac sponsor copy and thank yous. Please leave us a rating in your favorite podcast player! This episode is brought to you by Stream by Mosaic, a product that is integral to any fundamental research process.  Stream has developed an extensive library of expert interviews that cover a variety of industries.  https://streamrg.co/BB features over 300 expert interviews per week.  70% of Stream's experts are found exclusively on https://streamrg.co/BB.  Visit

1hr 59mins

3 Feb 2022

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Ensuring Quality in Your Investment Strategy with Chris Cerrone

The Capital Club

Chris Cerrone is a Partner at Akre Capital Management. Prior to joining Akre Capital Management in 2012, Chris served as an equity research analyst for Goldman Sachs & Co. in New York from 2010 to 2012. In that position, he covered restaurant and retail companies. He began his investment management career in 2007 as a junior equity research analyst with Century Capital Management in Boston. Chris graduated summa cum laude with a B.A. in economics from Tufts University.In this episode, I welcome Chris back on the podcast and talk about the meaning and the importance of quality in your investments. He shares with us the 3-legged stool analogy that perfectly symbolizes the “Nirvana” of business, the importance of finding happiness in small improvements, and how being disciplined and discerning can help businesses handle inflation better. All this and more in this episode so make sure to stay tuned until the end! Let’s Talk About Quality The importance of defining quality in the business Defining the “Nirvana” in businessIt's a superior businessIt’s exceptionally well-managedManagers can reinvest the naturally occurring excess capital, as well as they run the business enterprise The 3-legged stool - symbol for the Nirvana Simple, boring, and “un-sexy” approach The power of compoundingThe results are not boring Happiness Come from Small ImprovementsSifting Through the Wheat and the ChaffEnsuring quality Having discipline Importance of being discerning1st leg of the 3-legged stool analogy: Superior BusinessesDoes the business have competitive advantage?Does it have superior growth? Is there an element of anti fragility?How Inflation Impacts BusinessesLooking at history and using this to help build frameworks Inflation has always been part of the equation Importance of businesses to have pricing power Low levels of capital intensity Resources Mentioned:Warren Buffett's shareholder letters in 1980 and 1981The Money Masters by John Train Key Quotes: “The setting suits the strategy and with all the activity and frenetic innovation going on in some of the finance capitals, we're really happy to be where we are here.” - Chris Cerrone “It really is important to stay disciplined. be discerning, remember that you only have to do a few things well over an entire investing career to really get where you want to go. So you don't have to participate in the vast majority of what's going on out there.” - Chris Cerrone ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Connect with Chris:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chris-c-40aba9140/Website: www.akrecapital.comListen to Chris’s previous Colloquium episode! Connect with me:LinkedInLIKE, SUBSCRIBE, AND LEAVE US  A REVIEW on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on. Thank you for tuning in and Stay Tuned for the Next Episode COMING SOON!

37mins

26 Jan 2022

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The Art of (Not) Selling with Chris Cerrone

The Capital Club

For this episode, we’re joined by Chris Cerrone. He is a Partner at Akre Capital Management. Prior to joining Akre in 2012, Chris served as an equity research analyst for Goldman Sachs & Co. in New York from 2010 to 2012. In that position, he covered restaurant and retail companies.He began his investment management career in 2007 as a junior equity research analyst with Century Capital Management in Boston. Chris graduated Summa Cum Laude with a B.A. in Economics from Tufts University.[00:01 – 07:13] Chris and Akre CapitalI welcome our guest for the episode, Chris CerroneChris talks about his background and Akre CapitalBeen a partner for 9 yearsFounded in 1989The 3 legged stool of AkreThe focus of AkreBuilding a portfolio of high-quality businessesSector alignments[07:14 –  26:20] The Art of Not SellingThe Art of Not SellingImpact of Politics, Economy, and Valuation on their PortfolioFocusing on businesses that are not as sensitive to political regime changesSelling businesses not based on ValuationThe Enemies of CompoundingAn illustrative riddle that shows the power of compoundingBuilding and maintaining relationships with the right people in the industryOne of the biggest mistakes Chris made[26:21 –  32:35] Investment Advice from ChrisHow to train ourselves to be better disciplined and hold long termAchieve deep understandingSimplifying everythingChris’ thoughts on the “Robin Hood’s” of the Market and the whole GameStop situation[32:36 – 41:04] Quick Hitting Questions with ChrisChris’ view on the trajectory of the Stock Market for the rest of the yearTests to base their decisions in their stock investmentsRecommendations from Chris[41:05 - 43:15] Closing SegmentConnect with Chris. See Links Below.Final wordsTweetable Quotes: “We don’t sell businesses on the basis of valuation.” - Chris Cerrone“There’s nothing worse than underestimating your management teams, moving on from the business and watching them do terrific things, and you are not there to participate.” - Chris Cerrone“Compound Interest is the 8th wonder of the world. He who understands it, earns it. He who doesn’t, pays it.” - Albert Einstein“The simpler ideas tend to do better in time. Simplicity to me is one of my guiding principles, and I think it really does help.” - Chris CerroneResources Mentioned: Akre Capital ManagementThe Art of (Not) Selling - Chris Cerrone------------------------------------------------------------------------------Connect with Chris, visit https://www.akrecapital.com/ Connect with Excelsior GP:Excelsior GP WebsiteLinkedInYouTubeConnect with me:LinkedInLIKE, SUBSCRIBE, AND LEAVE US  A REVIEW on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on. Thank you for tuning in and Stay Tuned for the Next Episode COMING SOON!

43mins

10 Mar 2021

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[Ep 29] Productivity and Podcasting Hacks with Chris Cerrone

The Erica Duran Show - Archive

Business Coach Erica Duran interviews Chris Cerrone about how to be a productive podcaster.  Never Settle!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-erica-duran-show--archive/message

35mins

27 Jul 2018

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Chris Cerrone / Laci Urcioli: Season 2 Finale - WRAP UP

The Cerrone Show

With 150 episodes, we wrap up the highlights from season 2.  http://cerroneshow.com/

55mins

22 Jan 2016

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Episode 96: Chris Cerrone @bluegeno - ALL I NEED SKATE PODCAST

All I Need skate

Support the podcast here.http://allineedskate.bigcartel.com/Check out whats going on with Narragansett beer.http://www.narragansettbeer.com/Check out Chris's podcast The Cerrone Show https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-cerrone-show/id820020506?mt=2

2hr 23mins

2 Jan 2016

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TSE 115: How to Get Your First 10K Podcast Downloads w/ Chris Cerrone

360 Entrepreneur Podcast: The Show for Entrepreneurs, Business-Builders and Small Business Owners

"The Cerrone Show" and "Your First 10K Downloads" host Chris Cerrone talks about how to get your first 10K podcast downloads.

32mins

22 Dec 2015

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Ep 14: The Unconventional Path to Creating One's Own Success with Chris Cerrone

The Shambles Show

The Creative Soul Lab is a variety show of Shari musings and interviews with entrepreneurs, thought leaders and everyday success rockstars pulling the curtain back on how their creative spark, passion and individuality fuels the success and fulfillment in life and business. If you are looking to have your soul sparked, your mind expanded and your dreams and possibilities actualized, you're in the right place. You'll find inspiration, ideas and permission to fully step into your own unique light and create a life and business you love. So excited to have Chris Cerrone, a huge inspiration, mentor and friend on the show today. Chris is the co-host of successful podcast, The Cerrone Show, with Laci Urcioli as well as Your First 10k Downloads show. Chris has forged his own path of business by organically growing the consultancy side of entrepreneurship by teaching and guiding others to find their own creative authentic side of their own work. We talk about not playing by others' rules, building business and life your own way and finding the path as you go is the key to really living what you believe and fostering real relationships. You can learn more about Chris on his sites http://www.cerroneshow.com/ and http://www.yourfirst10kdownloads.com/ and on Instagram and Facebook. I would love to hear your thoughts so pop me a a message to shari@shariteigman.com.  You can learn more about me and my magic at shariteigman.com, on Instagram at ShariDTeigman and Periscope/Twitter at my handle @ShariDTeigman. Want a 30 minute soul spark session? Let a review and rating and shoot me an email at shari@shariteigman.com with a screenshot of your review and I will be happy to hop on a call and get you feeling more lit up!

43mins

26 Oct 2015

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050 Chris Cerrone and Laci Urcioli |The Importance of Staying True To Yourself

Podcast Junkies

Chris Cerrone and Laci Urcioli are the hosts of The Chris Cerrone Show, which is a topped ranked business podcast specifically for entrepreneurs. I have interviewed Chris in the past and I bring him on for the second time, because I believe the 50th episode should be an opportunity for reflection. Chris and Laci open up on why they stopped their podcast, why they hated a section of their audience, and their inability to say no. Show Highlights 02:25 – For this week’s guest, I bring back Chris Cerrone and interview his co-host, Laci Urcioli, for the first time. 05:30 – This is the first time I’ve had a repeat guest on the show. 05:40 – Every 50 episodes should be an opportunity to reflect. 07:30 – Chris and Laci talk on why they stopped their podcast. 10:15 – Chris was getting tired of who he was becoming. 11:50 – Chris and Laci used that time off to become more knowledgeable on certain topics. 13:10 – The hosts never said no to outside projects and got overwhelmed. 15:15 – At the end of the day, Chris and Laci still love to podcast and are bringing back their podcast. 19:00 – Don’t change the theme of your podcast just for your audience. 20:35 – One of the mistakes Chris and Laci made on their podcast was trying to please everyone. 24:55 – Despite not podcasting, Laci didn’t want to leave the podcasting community. 25:55 – Chris started hating a section of his ‘audience’ or pseudo-listeners. 28:15 – Laci received criticism from a listener that made her take a step back and look at what they were doing. 30:20 – Chris loves helping people, but he doesn’t like it when they have ulterior motives. 39:55 – Laci talks about how hard it is to say no to people who need help. 43:20 – Laci doesn’t want to see people getting scammed. 44:15 – Chris and Laci’s show suffered because they were focusing too much on other people’s projects. 51:30 – How will Chris and Laci prevent themselves from burning out this time around? 54:45 – The co-hosts just want to have fun and interview cool people. 58:55 – Anybody who says you’re doing podcasting ‘wrong’ has no idea what they’re talking about. 01:03:00 – Chris talks about Aisha Tyler’s podcast, Girl on Guy. 01:08:00 – The hosts are trying to be more humble and have more humility for their 2nd season. 01:09:15 – Chris talks about when he brought Laci on as a co-host. 01:10:30 – What has gotten the two hosts most excited about re-launching their podcast? 01:15:00 – Chris and Laci will always be honest with their audience about their journey. 01:16:15 – I hope you enjoyed that interview. Feel free to go to the Facebook page and give me your feedback. Let’s start a conversation. 01:19:10 – Don’t forget to rate and review the show on iTunes! Thank you! FULL SHOW NOTES: http://www.podcastjunkies.com/50★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★ This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy

1hr 21mins

10 Aug 2015

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