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11 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Daniel Levine. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Daniel Levine, often where they are interviewed.

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11 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Daniel Levine. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Daniel Levine, often where they are interviewed.

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Episode 78: How to Start a Craft Ice-Cream Company with Daniel Levine of Dasher and Crank

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Daniel Levine of Dasher & Crank discussed how he started and grew his craft ice-cream business in Wynwood, Miami, FL. Listen to this episode if you want to learn how to scale a business, create an enthusiastic team, collaborate with other brands and having multiple streams of income in a business.
Sep 14 2020 · 1hr 2mins
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Peace in Israel??? Eps. 49 W/ Daniel Levine

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Guest: Moshe Daniel Levine

- Graduated with honors from UCLA, Double Majoring in Cognitive Science and Jewish History

- Has an MA in Jewish History from UCLA

- Attended YPS rabbinical school and is now a Rabbi

- Currently the Senior Jewish Educator for OC Hillel

- Has released many publications about Judaism and Israel

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Aug 21 2020 · 1hr 26mins

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Ep # 168 Reservoir Dogs with Cressida Ward and Daniel Levine from Food Tryb Table podcast

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Cressida Ward and Daniel Levine from Food Tryb Table podcast join Flixwatcher to review Cressida’s choice Reservoir Dogs.     Reservoir Dogs is the debut feature-length film from Quentin Tarantino. Released in 1992 it stars Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth, Chris Penn, Steve Buscemi, Lawrence Tierney, Michael Madsen, Quentin Tarantino, and Edward Bunker as diamond thieves caught up in a heist gone wrong when one of the gang is discovered to be an undercover cop. It features what we now know and recognize at Tarantino traits - violent crime, pop culture references, profanity, and nonlinear storytelling - possibly marking the arrival of modern cinema as we know it. Uncharacteristically though for a Tarantino film though the runtime is a punchy 99 minutes.   Scores

[supsystic-tables id=175] Iconic, violent, endless quotable, the answer to your hipster Halloween costumes, Tarantino might have made much better films since but Reservoir Dogs paved the way for independent filmmaking and is essential Tarantino viewing. Reservoir Dogs scores 3.79 overall, losing a couple of points on repeat viewing and small screen. What do you guys think? Have you seen  Reservoir Dogs? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!  

Episode #168 Crew Links

Thanks to the Episode #168 Crew of Cressida Ward  (@FoodTryb) from, Food Tryb Table Podcast and  Daniel Levine (@TheDanielLevine) also from Food Tryb Table Podcast. Find their Websites online at https://foodtryb.com/ and at https://twitter.com/FoodTryb Please make sure you give them some love

More about Reservoir Dogs

For more info on Reservoir Dogs, you can visit Reservoir Dogs IMDb page here or Reservoir Dogs Rotten Tomatoes page here.  

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Aug 05 2020 · 44mins
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Ep #158 Fyre with Daniel Levine and Cressida Ward from Food Tryb Table podcast .

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Daniel Levine and Cressida Ward from Food Tryb Table podcast join Flixwatcher to review Daniel’s choice Fyre.         Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened is a 2019 documentary about Billy McFarland and the failed Fyre Festival that took place in 2017. It was directed by Chris Smith and co-produced by Jerry Media, the social media agency responsible for promoting Fyre Festival. Fyre Festival was billed as a luxury, exclusive, influencer festival - the reality was something quite different. Fyre was organized by McFarland and Ja Rule (neither particularly experienced in event management) to initially promote the Fyre music booking app. Trouble begins very early on when, after the promo video is shot on Norman’s Cay island - on the agreement not to mention the connection with Pablo Escobar - is advertised as being once owned by Pablo Escobar. From there things escalate in a series of excruciating misguided and unbelievably arrogant style-car crash viewing at its best. Scores

[supsystic-tables id=165] Fyre scores very highly across all categories - except repeat viewing. As with most documentaries they offer little reward for repeat viewings. Despite this Fyre scores 3.88 - highly recommended but repeat viewing not required! What do you guys think? Have you seen Fyre? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!  

Episode #158 Crew Links

  Thanks to the Episode #158 Crew of daniel Levine   (@TheDanielLevine)  from Food Tryb Table podcast and Cressida Ward  (@FoodTryb) also from Food Tryb Table podcast. Find their websites online at https://www.foodtryb.com/ and at https://twitter.com/FoodTryb   Please make sure you give them some love    

More about Fyre

  For more info on Fyre, you can visit Fyre IMDb page here or Fyre Rotten Tomatoes page here.  

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May 27 2020 · 42mins

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#20 Project Daredevil bringing immersive media to the Visually Impaired - Matthew Shifrin, Daniel Levine

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Matthew Shifrin has been visually impaired his entire life and is working with Daniel Levine on Project Daredevil to make comics available in a more inclusive and accessible format than what currently exists. They are doing this with an experimental headset that allows for new sensations such as the feeling of flipping, falling through a portal and utilize that to immerse users into the scene. The core focus on the project is to make Daredevil, the only blind super hero, acessible to the visually impaired.

You contact Matt and Daniel via email at:  Comicsfortheblind@gmail.com

Bookmarks:

0'00": What is Project Daredevil?

1'25": What blind people miss in film and comics.

2'55" “Hey, isn’t ironic that the comic book industry’s only blind character is completely inaccessible to blind people.”

3'44": Matt meets daredevil writer Mark Wade.

4'30": Experimental VR headset

5'40": What would different super heroes feel like?

6'35": how intense are the sensations from this header?

7'45": Current haptics and what innovation this headset brings

9'20": Practical Foley like eating potato chips

9'50": New England Conservatory Grant for the radio drama.

10'08": The energy that comes from a room of voice actors and the use of a 3D microphone.

11'40": What are the next steps for project daredevil?

12'45": Companies , conventions, and Authors in support of adapting their works to audio drama. Marvel, DC,Neil Gaiman, Jamie Delano.

14'45": What does this headset feel like?

16'00": The process of adapting comics to audio.

18'35": Can you have a VR or AR headset too?

20'55": How are these effects tested?

24'15": What are the theories behind the design of the headset to generate these effects?

26'30": Has this been done before?

27'00": What audio dramas inspired the type of work that is being done for project DareDevil?

28'15": Using headtracking with 3D audio to create new experiences.

32'15": This project is to bring blind children into comics and have the shared experience that sighted children have.

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Credits: Host: Craig Herndon,http://twitter.com/craigvready Produced by Jason Parkshttp://twitter.com/jasonparksvr

Music by Rachel Dziezynski

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Did we get something wrong? Reach out to us on twitter.

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Nov 21 2018 · 36mins
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125: Disconnect to Connect at The Fireside Conference, An Invite Only Event with Daniel Levine & Steven Pulver

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What’s Up, Creative Hustlers! Steven & Melissa here.

Today, we’re talking with Daniel Levine & Steven Pulver from The Fireside Conference, which is an all-inclusive, immersive, off-the-grid and off-the-record retreat featuring the brightest minds in business, the startup world, investors and media communities.

[00:00] This episode is brought to you by your interim CMOs, Latin & Code.

[00:42] This interview episode is sponsored by The Agency Guy. Don’t get overwhelmed, check out TAG.

[01:09] Today, we’re chatting with Daniel Levine and Steven Pulver, creators of The Fireside Conference.

[01:32] Why Daniel and Steven are Creative Hustlers.

[02:38] Daniel and Steven are actually lawyers.

[03:27] Fireside Conference takes over a summer camp once a year.

[04:05] Steve has a background in camping as well as marketing and entrepreneurship.

[04:38] They focus on the power of disconnecting.

[05:37] Living at the intersection of creativity and business with camping and business.

[06:20] How & how long should you disconnect for?

[07:10] How disconnecting became important for Daniel and Steven.

[08:10] There’s no cell phone reception up at the camp.

[09:42] People want to come to Fireside because their phone is going to be useless for them.

[10:40] We put this disconnecting weekend together, but it’s difficult to do in everyday life.

[11:23] Start with a few hours disconnected once a day. Daniel and Steven do it in the morning.

[12:52] When you’re sitting around a campfire, you don’t need a nametag.

[13:50] Fireside Conference is invite only, how did that start?

[15:38] How do you maintain a great community, while also growing?

[16:03] Anyone can apply for an invite, but they mainly rely on word of mouth and alumni connections.

[17:36] Daniel & Steven rely on the alumni to find good fits for the community.

[18:55] Who is the perfect Fireside attendee and why?

[21:21] What does Fireside look like in 2020?

[22:30] The concept of Serendipity.

[23:25] What does a typical day at Fireside look like? And how are the days structured?

[26:07] What’s the feedback from the alumni of Fireside Conference?

[29:57] They get the type of interaction because they don’t publish a list of speakers like most conferences.

[30:34] The conference Daniel & Steven were at that made them realize they hated that type.

[32:19] They ask, what do you need to be better at? And there are a ton of different struggles.

[34:20] Steven & Melissa heading to Fireside??

[34:38] What person in history would you like to have attend Fireside Conference?

[37:33] That’s a Wrap

[37:42] Where Daniel and Steven live on the internet.

[39:11] Come check us out at TheCreativeHustler.com, or work with us at LatinandCode.com. Don’t forget to leave us a review on iTunes and Stitcher.

[39:31] Melissa’s Moment of Hustle.

Contact:

FiresideConf.com/Creative

Anyone who comes through this link, Steven & Daniel will review!

Twitter: @FiresideConf

Instagram: @Fireside_Conf

Aug 16 2018 · 39mins
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How to Build a Global Tribe and Truly Connect with Daniel Levine & Steven Pulver – AOTK 241

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Imagine connecting with a global tribe of entrepreneurs and innovators, what would that look like? Would it be like every other networking event and conference out there or would it need to be a completely different experience? On this episode, you’ll hear from Fireside Conference founders Daniel Levine and Steven Pulver. In our conversation, Daniel and Steven open up about why they started Fireside Conference, how it helps business leaders connect in a meaningful way, why they love the global tribe they are building, and much more! Don’t miss a minute of this engaging episode with Daniel and Steven!
Can you really build a global tribe?
Is the concept of building a global tribe really practical? Will people who go to a conference stay connected when they leave? Daniel and Steven are working hard to build a community the likes of which the entrepreneurial community has rarely seen. Together, they envision a group of leaders with diverse backgrounds who are willing to leave all the trappings of their busy work environments behind to connect in a way that truly matters. According to the responses they’ve received, it seems that their idea has struck a chord! Learn more about Daniel and Steven’s journey by listening to this informative episode!
Frugal marketing that pays off.
What does your marketing strategy look like? Do you take a shotgun approach where you market through multiple channels to see what sticks or do you research for long periods of time and make a calculated effort? For Daniel and Steven, the answer is somewhere between these two strategies! They’ve found that marketing the Fireside Conference through multiple channels has led them to identify two channels that work really well, Facebook and Instagram. They’ve also carefully leveraged assets such as high-quality music, photos and videos to convey the look and feel of the Fireside experience they want leaders to come and enjoy. Get more details on Daniel and Steven’s marketing strategy for the Fireside Conference by listening to this helpful episode!
The future of entrepreneurship is accessible.
Where is the future of entrepreneurship trending? How has it changed over the last five to ten years? With the rise of the internet and social media communities, it seems that entrepreneurship is more accessible than ever before! Leaders like Steven Pulver not only agree with this assessment, they are looking for ways to create more avenues and platforms so the entrepreneurial bug can be caught by the next generation. Don’t buy the line that entrepreneurship is only for the well connected and the powerful! The future is bright and the opportunities are more available than ever before!
Don’t be afraid to think outside of the box!
It has been said that if you want something you have never had, you must be willing to do something you have never done. What are you doing to push the envelope? How are you thinking outside of the box? What started as a dream to get out of the typical and sterile conference environment eventually blossomed into a robust and growing global tribe of entrepreneurs. Daniel and Steven are convinced that the possibilities are endless for leaders like you who are willing to put in the work. What are you waiting for? Learn from Daniel and Steven’s story and let it inspire you to go out there and make a difference!
Key Takeaways

[1:05] Daniel Levine & Steven Pulver join the podcast.
[2:00] Daniel and Steven talk about what inspired them to start the Fireside Conference.
[5:50] What does it take to build a global tribe?
[9:00] Is there really a Fireside song?
[12:30] Daniel and Steve explain their marketing approach for Fireside.
[16:00] What has been the craziest thing that has happened at Fireside?
[20:30] Steven enters the Launch Round - rapid-fire questions.
[23:45] Why you should check out the Fireside Conference.

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Jul 24 2018 · 25mins
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Daniel Levine | Neighborhood of Tomorrow - Ep. 49

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Daniel Levine is president of Levine Properties, a family-owned property investment company that develops, owns and operates commercial and residential properties in Charlotte, North Carolina and in select urban locations throughout the United States. Levine Properties owns over 20 acres on nine square blocks of largely undeveloped property in the First Ward district in the center of the City of Charlotte. As president, Daniel is responsible for the development, leasing, property management and asset management of all properties owned.  He earned a B.A in City & Regional Planning and Development from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

This episode is perfect for anyone interested in real estate investment, property development, and the challenge and responsibility of creating a neighborhood in the center of a city.

IN THIS EPISODE

  • Daniel explains the challenges to developing nine blocks of First Ward in the center of the City of Charlotte.
  • He reveals what he is committed to building in First Ward.
  • He imagines First Ward in the year 2030.
  • He describes what he is building now and how it is setting the stage for a different building pattern in First Ward.
  • Daniel explains how his master plan for First Ward works in concert with the City of Charlotte North Tryon Vision Plan.
  • He considers the weight and consequence of his development decisions.
  • He answers whether he feels overwhelmed by the responsibility of developing a new neighborhood in the center of a city.
  • He responds to whether any one person or family should control so much land in the center of a city.
  • Daniel shares how he goes about his work and what informs his vision of development.
  • He reveals what neighborhood in the United States is the model for the neighborhood he wants to develop in First Ward.
  • He outlines his philosophy of real estate development.
  • He tells the story of the Levine family, the retail stores they built, and how he came to study city and regional planning.
  • Daniel talks about the influence of Walt Disney and EPCOT on in his ambitions.
  • He shares the 'pearls of wisdom' that guide Levine Properties.
  • He discusses a recent change in his development approach and whether he thinks about the time he has left to realize his vision for First Ward.
  • He identifies the two developers in Charlotte that seeks to emulate.
  • Daniel answers how he wants to be remembered.

plus Mark Peres' Personal Word Essay: Imagining First Ward

To learn more visit On Life and Meaning

Jun 13 2018 · 51mins
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Daniel Levine: Exploring Future Trends That Every Entrepreneur Should Know

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In this interview we talk to trends expert Daniel Levine. Levine is the ultimate guru of cool.... He has a remarkable ability to distill trends to their essence and articulate them in a way we can all benefit from.

â–ş Founding Director of the Avant-Guide Institute trends consultancy

â–ş Bestselling Author of 11 books on trends, business, travel and marketing

â–ş Keynote Speaker with over 266 presentations in 37+ Industries

â–ş Corporate Consultant for American Express, Intel, HBO, NBC, BMW & many more

â–ş Global Editor of WikiTrends for business professionals and entrepreneurs
Mar 14 2018 · 39mins
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Ep. 144 ~ Fostering Serendipity at FiresideConf ~ Daniel Levine

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“We try to curate an environment that fosters serendipity.” Daniel Levine

Today listeners we have one of the co-founders of Fireside Conference, Daniel Levine on the show! FiresideConf happens just outside of Toronto, Canada. Once a year, some of the brightest minds in business and tech disconnect from our digital world, travel to Camp Walden near Toronto to spend a long weekend networking and learning from one another in a fun filled outdoor adventure. They host speaker sessions while sitting around the campfire discussing business ideas. The entire camp is open to waterski, canoe, kayak, sail, participate in sports and a rope course. What is really cool about FiresideConf is that you truly are disconnected. Meaning that there is absolutely no cell phone reception at the camp. It is an invite-only, all-inclusive technology, business and investor summer camp!

I am really excited to welcome Daniel to the show because he is the first person that we have had on the show that creates events similar to The Entrepreneur House. I started researching FiresideConf and Daniel, and became more and more excited about learning more about both him and FiresideConf…..and with that, let’s welcome Daniel Levine to the show!
“We take a really strong and deep care for the people that join us. Daniel Levine

“The more you turn off, the more you turn on.” Noah Kagan
FiresideConf:

Join The Entrepreneur House Cabin @ FiresideConf Sept. 8-10, 2017
http://2017.firesideconf.com/entrepreneurhouse/

Honorable Mentions:

Noah Kagan
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Camp Walden
http://www.campwalden.ca/
Contact Info:

Website:
http://2017.firesideconf.com/entrepreneurhouse/
daniel@firesideconf.com

Facebook Group:
https://www.facebook.com/firesideconf
Jan 24 2017 · 50mins
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