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28 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Charles Schwab. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Charles Schwab, often where they are interviewed.

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28 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Charles Schwab. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Charles Schwab, often where they are interviewed.

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Episode 15 - Michael Tothe, Tournament Director Charles Schwab Challenge

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This week we welcome Michael Tothe. We discuss getting back into adult hockey, youth hockey, mountain biking, and the current NHL playoffs

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Aug 27 2020 · 1hr 12mins
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NLU Podcast, Episode 320: Charles Schwab Challenge Recap

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Daniel Berger wins, Collin Morikawa misses, Bryson smashes, and everything else from a wild week in golf. We talk about Spieth's up and down week, Rory's fade, Varner's run, Kokrak's near miss, mic'ing up the players, and a ton more. This was a relief to be able to recap some golf again, and a lot of fun.
Jun 15 2020 · 1hr 22mins
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NFL Comeback Player of the Year, Charles Schwab Challenge, and Toughest Actor

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Cousin Sal and the Degenerate Trifecta look at the odds for NFL Comeback Player of the Year (02:30), the toughest leading man in film history (11:00), and their best bets for the week (19:00) before Joe House joins the show to break down the Charles Schwab Challenge (32:45).

Jun 10 2020 · 56mins
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NLU Podcast, Episode 319: Golf is back! Charles Schwab Challenge Preview

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Professional golf returns this week, and we discuss the OWGR starting back up, the enormous field at the Charles Schwab Challenge, what makes Colonial unique, some picks, and a lot more. We also discuss Spieth's success here, Bryson, Rory playing here for the first time, testing procedures, Augusta buying land, the Korn Ferry events here in Jax, and plenty more.
Jun 10 2020 · 1hr 23mins
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Career Podcast Ep. 7: Insights from Shelley Saindon, Charles Schwab

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Systems Librarian, Schauerman Library, El Camino College
Access the captioned version of this webcast at https://youtu.be/Vqy3XlRGIyc
Mar 31 2020 · 47mins
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Being Technical In a Personal World with Neesha Hathi, CDO of Charles Schwab

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Your finances are one of the most personal aspects of your life, so the idea of trusting a robot or some technology to guide you on your financial journey might make you uncomfortable. Neesha Hathi is the CDO of Charles Schwab, and she knows exactly how you feel. At Schwab, everything comes down to creating the best possible client experience, and for Neesha, that means finding a way to make the digital experience personal, comfortable and intuitive, yet still joined with the real-life advisors and experts working for the company. It’s a tough job, but one that very much is focused on a future that is more technical than ever. Neesha discusses all of that and more on this episode. 

Key Takeaways
  • Thinking about the client experience means creating excellent, value-added experiences
  • You have to be able to combine the digital experience with the experience of working one-on-one with experts
  • Being a CDO is about building a more agile company with a future-focused mindset

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Mar 05 2020 · 33mins
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Charles Schwab: The big entrepreneur looking out for the small investor

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Charles Schwab is the founder and chairman of The Charles Schwab Corporation. What began as a small discount brokerage company in the 70’s has evolved to become the nation's largest publicly traded investment services firm, with close to $4 trillion in client assets. He is also the chairman of The Charles and Helen Schwab Foundation, a private foundation focused on education, poverty prevention, human services, and health.  He is the author of several bestselling books with his latest memoir titled Invested

Some interesting insights from this episode:

  • He had to work extra hard to build his self-confidence to overcome his dyslexia and to keep up in class.
  • People with dyslexia are conceptual thinkers who tend to not get lost in the weeds. Some people are very literal in learning and need to go from step 1 to 2 to 3 while dyslexics can go from step 1 to step 10. 
  • Seeing an inherent conflict of interest between commissioned stock brokers and the customers, he invented a new contrarian business model by paying salaries to people placing trades with a bonus tied to the overall success of the company.
  • After the tech meldtown of the early 2000’s, Charles had to come out of retirement to run the company again. He had to lay off thousands of employees and get the company turned around.  Sometimes founders are the only ones who can make the tough calls and drive huge fundamental changes to the business.
  • He was a consummate innovator who continually pivoted, redefined the business, and opened up new markets. He knew it was important to disrupt yourself before someone else did it for you. 
  • When hiring, beyond skills and experience, he looks at their character and ethics and their responsibility to the customer.
  • “Excellence is an ongoing pursuit. You are always striving for it but you never achieve it.”
Feb 24 2020 · 43mins
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John Connor from Charles Schwab Talks Innovation and Technology in Our Industry

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True industry veteran, mentor, strategic visionary and a true Schwabie. Those are just a few of the words that come to mind after my conversation with John Connor. John's official title is Vice President of Digital Advisor Solutions for Charles Schwab. But in my mind his job title should be bringer of change. John started with Charles Schwab over 20 years ago, when you still had to call the desk to make trades. He's been part of the transformation from phone and fax to online digital and app based trading. John gets the innovation that is occurring, is one of those industry vets that is open to it. Actually, he's all in on the innovation and today we go all in with John Connor on where Schwab is going technologically and what our IAS can do to stay innovative.
Jan 06 2020 · 54mins
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LinkedIn Speaker Series with Charles Schwab

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When Charles (“Chuck”) R. Schwab founded The Charles Schwab Corporation, he made stock investing, once expensive and clubby reserved for the few, accessible to ordinary Americans.

In his new personal memoir, ‘Invested: Changing Forever the Way Americans Invest,’ Schwab describes the ups and downs he had along the way as he fulfilled his passion to have Main Street participate in the growing economy as investors and owners, not only earners.  Join LinkedIn CFO Steve Sordello as he hosts an illuminating discussion about the personal challenges Schwab faced, how he overcame them, the life-lessons learned over his lifetime-- and how he turned a democratizing idea into an industry-changing reality that helped make investing and saving for retirement easier for millions.

Nov 07 2019 · 1hr 1min
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Charles Schwab: How To Own Your Tomorrow

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Cal sits with investment guru Charles Schwab on the stage at the Money 2020 conference in Las Vegas to discuss the philosophies behind his success and how all of us need to look at retirement in an age when we may live 20 years longer than we expected. Plenty of takeaways from the man who’s gotten through a series of stock market bubbles while increasing the value of his company 21,000 percent over the last three decades. You read that right. Twenty-one thousand percent!

Nov 05 2019 · 25mins
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