* Language warning oops * Everyone has their dream .... mine just happens to be a 10 million dollar house in Noosa. Bring on the powerball! And i think we do the best thing we've done on the podcast so far... I recap the Top 5 Alan Jones Meltdowns, and the do NOT disappoint. THERE'S F**KING DUST IN HERE!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Alan Jones & Fred Pawle: Remembering Queen Elizabeth II
Save the Nation with Prof. David Flint
Expect intelligent conversations on the big issues as Professor David Flint urges Australians to take back their country. Watch ‘Save the Nation’ live and on demand at ADH TV, Fridays 9pm. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Top 5 Ancient Mysteries with Daniel Alan Jones Episode #255
“Ancient Mysteries with Daniel Alan Jones” Episode 255 I sat down with researcher, Youtuber, and Mysteries of Life explorer Daniel Alan Jones. Daniel has interviewed many researchers and people in the fringe fields of science and metaphysics. Check out his Youtube channel “The Vortex” I will add the link below. We will discuss ancient mysteries and what is really a mystery and what can be understood via evidence. *Ancient Mysteries Episodes Playlist: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLLJ-BaaY8oWv6uKLDKqYMNqe-it3ZOfZ8 *If you are watching on Youtube please check us out on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and all audio/podcast platforms. We appreciate reviews and comments. If you are listening on an audio/podcast platform please check out our Youtube channel where we do our episodes live. You can find all of our links on our LinkTree LinkTree: https://linktr.ee/MindEscapePodcast *Check out our new Merch store. We have some amazing designs for T-shirts, Hoodies, Mugs, Stickers, and more https://www.teepublic.com/stores/mind-escape?ref_id=24655 *Sign up for Indra’s Web which is the social media platform we created dedicated to metaphysics and the topics we discuss on this podcast. The platform is live so head on over there and set up a profile. https://indrasweb.org/ *If you enjoy our podcast and content and want to help us grow, check out our Patreon account and enjoy the exclusive episodes and interviews. We also have a support the show option on our Anchor and Spotify channels. Join our Discord channel if you want to chat. We are also on all podcast platforms. For all the links to our podcasts and social media go to: https://linktr.ee/MindEscapePodcast *Here are the links to Maurice’s new music and band: Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/album/3OjyabL62FsmUhKW6SNUdU Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClDsH7i057uGTdKEiqRXWcg *Here is the link to Daniel’s Website and Youtube channel: https://thevortex.online/ https://www.youtube.com/c/TheVortex1--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mindescape/support
Al Jones is a very curious human, who has lived in greater Vancouver BC, Canada his entire life. The exception being extensive international and domestic travel. He has two healthy, honest, hard-working, and committed sons with his former wife who died of cancer over a decade ago. He is fortunate to be in another loving relationship. His work interests lie in people and what motivates them to do the things they do. Often Al finds that people do many amazing things in addition to some dumb things which can be costly. Al’s work has been largely focused on how to remediate and minimize the dumb things we do.
Alan Jones: Dreamer parents, birth of the internet + being 2nd employee for Yahoo, founder coaching advice & scaling M8 ventures
The High Flyers Podcast
Thank you for rating / reviewing this podcast on iTunes and Spotify, it helps others find us and convince guests to come on the show! Follow us on Instagram, LinkedIn or Twitter Email Vidit directly at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss sponsorship opportunities, recommend future guests and share feedback. *** Welcome to episode #84 w Alan Jones! Here are 5 key takeaways you will learn from this episode: 1. Influences of growing up with dreamer parents and living in 28 houses before age 17 2. Two biggest learnings being a journalist 3. Reflections on being the 2nd employee at Yahoo and employee share plans 4. What do the best founders do when speaking to investors? 5. Five people in the startup ecosystem he's learnt from the most Please enjoy! *** TIMESTAMPS 03:13 - Where were you born and live now? 03:53 - What was your first job and what do you do now? 05:17 - Why the unsung hero co-founder of Canva is the most talent technologist in ANZ 06:48 - Influenced by “dreamer” parents and learning what entrepreneur meant 10:31 - Learning from mum and her perseverance 11:25 - Trying journalism, programming and medical paths as career paths 15:07 - The power of building your brand recognition and reputation 20:45 - Painful learning investing in hardware 24:55 - Being the 2nd employee at Yahoo and stock ownership learnings 32:12 - Nurturing up and coming investors 37:20 - What are founders not doing to stand out to investors? 42:41 - Creating your learning room of 5 operators, founders and investors 49:00 - How he’s raising a pre-seed fund in M8 ventures 55:33 - Do you feel successful? 57:35 - Best investment 1:00:23 - Appearing on the 20VC podcast
#4 - Alan Jones - Progress Rarely Comes from Your Comfort Zone
Better Under Pressure
In this episode of Better Under Pressure, I sit down with Alan Jones, Head Teacher at Fulham Cross Academy in West London. Alan has over 20 years of experience as a teacher, and the last sixteen he's spent as a school leader. I had the pleasure to work with Alan just before the pandemic when he was working at Fulham Cross Girls School, where he invited us to work with the girls on supporting them as they prepared to deal with the pressure of exams.In our conversation, he talks about the difference between boys' and girls' reactions to dealing with the pressure of exams, anticipating Ofsted and the inexplicable power of an orange tie.
Mysterious meetings with former F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone, the sliding doors moment that saved AJ’s life, racing superstitions and rental car hijinks at the Nurburgring. Join Greg ‘Rusty’ Rust in a barebones and forthright convo with Australian Motorsport Hall of Famer Alan Jones. It’s rare for AJ to jump behind a podcast mic, so we’re grateful to hear him so candidly unpack his time in F1, Touring Cars and more. This is episode two of a special three-part series celebrating the return of the Australian Grand Prix.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The 1980 Formula One World Champion talks secret meetings with Enzo Ferrari, the legendary Frank Williams, and what he thinks of the new 2022 cars. Greg ‘Rusty’ Rust catches up with one of the undisputed hardmen of Formula One and Australia’s last World Champion for a frank and honest conversation about the sport now, and how it compares to back in the day. This is episode two of a special three-part series celebrating the return of the Australian Grand Prix. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
With experience founding and co-founding tech startups since 1995, Alan Jones is a veteran of Australia’s startup ecosystem. An angel investor and advisor, Alan has supported Australian startups independently and through BlueChilli, Blackbird Ventures, Pollenizer Ventures and Startmate. In his conversation with Adam, Alan discusses how the internet’s disruption of media companies made possible Australia’s first tech startups, and how the advent of wifi and the smartphone dramatically impacted Australia’s startup ecosystem.See full show notes https://w2d1.com/alan-jonesThis podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podsights - https://podsights.com/privacy
Alan Jones: Can we talk about smartphones? - The History of the Australian Startup Ecosystem
Welcome to Day One
With experience founding and co-founding tech startups since 1995, Alan Jones is a veteran of Australia’s startup ecosystem. An angel investor and advisor, Alan has supported Australian startups independently and through BlueChilli, Blackbird Ventures, Pollenizer Ventures and Startmate. In his conversation with Adam, Alan discusses how the internet’s disruption of media companies made possible Australia’s first tech startups, and how the advent of wifi and the smartphone dramatically impacted Australia’s startup ecosystem.See full show notes https://w2d1.com/alan-jones