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460: Understand How People See You. Heidi Grant Halvorson, author of "No One Understands You and What to Do About It," explains the science of perception.
543: Building Emotional Agility. Susan David, author of "Emotional Agility" and psychologist at Harvard Medical School, on learning to unhook from strong feelings.
Rahul Moodgal - Master Fund Raiser (Capital Allocators, EP.87). Rahul Moodgal has spent 20 years as a fund raiser across long only strategies, hedge funds, fund of funds, customized solutions, start-ups, and non-profits. Collectively, Rahul has raised and helped raise $60 billion for firms since 2005. He started his career in the industry at powerhouse TT International, and later joined The Children’s Investment Fund (TCI) where he led the marketing effort that raised $20 billion in just 3½ years. Within TCI’s affiliate model, Rahul also was responsible for the largest India fund raise in history ($1 billion for TCI New Horizon Fund), and the largest sector fund launch in history ($1.1 billion for Algebris Investments). Our conversation covers capital raising lessons learned from teaching, the value of transparency, the gold rush before 2008, the lean times afterwards, modern fee structures, the three key points to effective marketing, the three traits that will kill you, the two biggest issues start-up funds face, the best questions asked by leading allocators, and some of the worst horror stories in attempted capital raising. We close comparing by fund raising for charities and investment firms. Learn More Discuss show and Read the Transcript Join Ted's mailing list at CapitalAllocatorsPodcast.com Join the Capital Allocators Forum Write a review on iTunes Follow Ted on twitter at @tseides For more episodes go to CapitalAllocatorsPodcast.com/Podcast
Vanguard's Joe Davis Discusses Global Economics (Podcast). Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Joseph H. Davis, global chief economist at The Vanguard Group. Davis is also head of Vanguard's investment strategy group and a member of the senior portfolio management team for Vanguard's fixed income group, which oversees more than $500 billion in assets under management. He earned his doctorate in macroeconomics and finance at Duke University.
Rank #1: The Pro Mindset. My observations of the pro mindsets from Relentless by Tim Grover. As it applies to preparation, ego, and execution.
Rank #2: How to shoot, stickhandle, pass like an NHLer with one idea . I introduce the idea that changed my shooting, stickhandling and passing. The idea of the sweet spot.
Rank #1: Strategies for Assigning Positions. A little discussion on choosing forwards and defensemen.
Rank #2: Private Skating Lessons for Advanced Hockey Players. http://weisstechhockey.com - Response to a question I received from a skating instructor a few days ago.
Rank #1: Initial Phases of Summer Training with Rich Molin. On Episode 66 of the Hockey Strength Podcast, we sit down with Rich Molin, head strengt coach at Dynamic Fitness Solutions in DelRay Beach, FL. Rich will be presenting at the 2018 Training for Hockey Clinic in Colorado Springs, June 8th and 9th, and we're excited to check out his presentation on the initial phases of off-season training. On this episode, Rich talks about How to determine where and when to start summer training with playersAssessing incoming playersMinimizing injury risk in the first phase of trainingRegaining movement quality
Rank #2: Intent with Justin Roethlinshoefer and Devan McConnell. When it comes to monitoring, data collection, and using data to drive and suport decisions when training hockey players, Roethlingshoefer (with Anaheim Ducks affilliate, San Diego Gulls) and McConnell (UMass Lowell) are 2 of the best. Now they have come together to co-author a newly released book called Intent: A Practical Approach to Applied Sport Science for Athletic Development. It's an essential users guide for any coach looking to use data and other information to help them make decisions about training, nutrition, sleep, and recovery. On this episode of the Hockey Strength Podcast, I talk with Devan and Justin about: How to develop a holistic system of monitoring including nutrition, recovery, and training Gold, Silver, and Bronze levels of collecting and analyzing dataGaining buy-in from players and coachesWhat's on the horizon for sport scienceAfter you listen to this episode (or before, if you want to have a really good background of what we're talking about, you can read before) pick up a copy of the book here! https://simplifaster.com/articles/intent-practical-approach-applied-sport-science-athletic-development/ Pick one up today and make yourself a better coach!
Rank #1: Episode 009 - Creating Offense on Zone Entry. In this episode we discuss strategies for creating offense from the rush.
Rank #2: 004 - Habits. This week we talk about the habits necessary for being a successful hockey player and hockey coach.
Rank #1: Jim Montgomery, Denver. Third-year Denver head coach Jim Montgomery transitioned behind the bench after a stellar playing career that included a national title at Maine. He talks about his inspiration to become a coach, his communication style with his players and how he draws upon his playing career now in this episode of the College Hockey Coaches Show.Learn more about Montgomery by following him @DUCoachMonty or by visiting denverpioneers.com.
Rank #2: David Quinn, Boston University. Boston University head coach David Quinn got an early start to his coaching career when a health condition prevented him from playing beyond college. Since then the Terrier alum has coached in college, at the NTDP, in the AHL and the NHL. He returned to BU in 2013 and talks here about his path, what he hopes to instill in his players, and some of the challenges that come with the kind of recruiting success he and his staff have enjoyed.To learn more about Quinn and the Terriers, visit goterriers.com.
Rank #1: How to skate like an NHL hockey player with Jason Yee . In this episode of the podcast I sit down with former professional hockey player turned skills and development coach Jason Yee. If you would like to support the podcast you can do so here: https://www.patreon.com/Hockeyprotrainingpodcast Find out more about Jason here: https://www.instagram.com/train2point0/
Rank #2: What its like playing professional hockey in Europe with Mccauley John. In this episode of the podcast I sit down and chat with professional hockey player Mccauley John. We discuss what its like playing hockey in Europe and adjusting to not only a new style of game but a completely new style of life. We also share a few wild junior stories and talk about what its like coming up in the game. I hope you guys enjoy this one and we will see you at the next one. Take care, Matt Check out the free mini course here: https://hockeyprotraining.com/mini-course/
Rank #1: Tampa Assistant Coach Derek Lalonde: How To Improve Hockey's Best Team. It's not every day you get a front row seat to learn about the inner workings of hockey's best team.**Well, best regular season team. The Tampa Lightning had a season for the ages and looked ready to go on a deep run in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, where only the cup itself would represent true success. But that run was derailed early by a feisty Columbus Blue Jackets squad that wasn't paying attention to the standings in the regular season.What went wrong? And how do the Lightning improve for next year? Find out from Lightning Assistant Coach Derek Lalonde in the season's final episode of Glass & Out.
Rank #1: EPISODE 13 | How do you build skilled hockey players?. Hockey Canada President, Tom Renney discusses how to build skilled hockey players in part two of our conversation.
Rank #2: EPISODE 47 | The Science of Skill Development. Getting better isn’t pretty. Trevor Ragan says that his fascination with learning has sent him on the most incredible journey of his life, and that during his crusade, he’s discovered some important concepts that have totally changed the way he looks at the world. Trevor believes that a growth mindset is the key to success in learning.
Rank #1: USA Hockey Magazine Podcast. USA Hockey magazine podcast:Don Granato reflects on his five seasons with the National Team Development Program now that he's joining his brother, Tony, at the University of Wisconsin.
Rank #2: USA Hockey Magazine Podcast. USA Hockey magazine podcast: Barry Smith, director of Player Development for the Chicago Blackhawks, talks about the process of making the best players in the game even better.
Rank #1: Building A Hockey Mindset 🏒. In Episode 66 of the HockeyTraining.com podcast Coach Dan walks you through the mindset tactics of the best athletes on the planet.Performance begins in the mind and ends in the body.If you want to reach your potential, this episode is non-negotiable. It's a must-listen.If you want a "done for you" hockey training program that you can use right away to become a better player this year, check out the Hockey Skills Accelerator VIP program here: https://www.hockeytraining.com/vip-program
Rank #2: Protein Intake For Hockey Players 🏒. In Episode 67 of the HockeyTraining.com podcast Coach Dan gives you a crash course on protein optimization. Training is only a stimulus, you NEED nutrition to ensure you adapt from the stimulus (actually make progress!). If you want to reach your potential, this episode is non-negotiable. It's a must-listen. If you want a "done for you" hockey training program that you can use right away to become a better player this year, check out the Hockey Skills Accelerator VIP program here: https://www.hockeytraining.com/vip-program
Rank #1: The Subbans - A Hockey Family. Jordan, the youngest of the Subban brothers, talks about growing up in a hockey family and the impact his parents have had on his and his brother's lives. Hockey drills and hockey training
Rank #2: Best Advice I Have Received - Jordan Subban. Jordan Subban talked to us prior to the start of his first season with the Belleville Bulls. He shared the best advice he has ever received. Hockey drills for defensemen
Rank #1: Grassroots - August 20 2016. In this first show of Season 4, Richard and Gregg review their summer hockey exploits at various coaching seminars.
Rank #2: Grassroots - April 9 2016. In the season’s finale, Richard and Gregg look back at the highlights (and low lights) of this year’s shows.
Rank #1: The Hockey Locker Podcast – Episode 7: Dealing with Injury. In Episode 7, we cover recent hockey gear news and releases and discuss how to cope with an injury that impacts your hockey season from both a physical and mental perspective. Enjoy the episode and please give me your feedback and send your questions/suggestions to @Hockey_Locker on Twitter or email email@example.com Download Episode 7 here or click here to subscribe on iTunes! https://archive.org/download/TheHockeyLockerPodcastEpisode7DealingWithInjury/The%20Hockey%20Locker%20Podcast%20-%20Episode%207%20-%20Dealing%20with%20Injury.mp3
Rank #2: The Hockey Locker Podcast – Episode 6: Hockey Helmets And Concussion Prevention, Bauer REAKT 100 And CCM Superfast Launches, Skate Fender Update. In Episode 6, we discuss new gear releases including Bauer’s RE-AKT 100 helmet and CCM’s Superfast stick, I give an update on my Skate Fender review along with a quick story of a great customer experience with the company, and finally we go in-depth on hockey helmets and concussion prevention. Enjoy the episode and please give me your feedback and send your questions/suggestions to @Hockey_Locker on Twitter or email firstname.lastname@example.org Download Episode 6 here or click here to subscribe on iTunes! https://archive.org/download/Episode6HockeyHelmetsAndConcussionPreventionBauerREAKT100AndCCMSuperfastLaunchesSkateFenderUpdate/Episode%206%20-%20Hockey%20Helmets%20and%20Concussion%20Prevention%2C%20Bauer%20REAKT%20100%20and%20CCM%20Superfast%20Launches%2C%20Skate%20Fender%20Update.mp3
Rank #1: Patrick Kane. This podcast features Patrick Kane, current captain of the U.S. Men’s National Team that is participating in the 2019 IIHF Men’s World Championship this month. The Chicago Blackhawks superstar talks about how last year’s tournament propelled him into a career-best 110-point NHL season this year, Team USA’s roster makeup, playing on the big ice, his impression of young phenom Jack Hughes and much more in the latest episode of the USA Hockey Magazine Podcast.
Rank #2: John Wroblewski. This podcast features John Wroblewski, coach of the Men’s Under-18 National Team taking part in the IIHF Men’s Under-18 World Championship in Ornskoldsvik and Umea, Sweden from April 18-28. In addition, Wroblewski serves as the head coach of the U18s at USA Hockey’s U.S. National Team Development Program in Plymouth, Mich., completing his third season with the program. Wroblewski talks about the team’s trip overseas, their opening contest against Sweden, the intricacies of international play and much more in the latest episode of the USA Hockey Magazine Podcast.
Rank #1: CHN'siders - 2018-19 Season Wrapup Show. We look back at the NCAA tournament that just ended, and discuss all the issues that are relevant as we enter the postseason. Including an early top 10 for next year.Please send feedback or questions to our Twitter feed @CHNsiders. And check out all of the articles referenced in today's show, plus stats, standings, rosters and much more at College Hockey News: https://www.collegehockeynews.com ... You can also download the CHN apps in the Apple Store or Google Play.
Rank #2: CHN'siders - National Championship Pre-Game Show. Listen back as we preview the national title game between UMass and Minnesota-Duluth, and also talk about a number of other issues involving college hockey. Our guests included:- Intro - Discuss the game- Tim Rappleye - author, Hobey Baker book, 1978 BU book- Cale Makar - Hobey Baker Award winner- Keith Primeau - former NHL star, father of Northeastern's Richter Award winner Cayden Primeau- Josh Fenton - NCHC commissioner- Trevor Large, Canisius coach, and Dave Smith, RPI coach- Mike Corbett, Alabama-Huntsville coach and member of NCAA Ice Hockey Committee- Ryan Ames and Mollie Walker - Massachusetts Daily Collegian- Matt Wellens - Duluth News-Tribune- Talking about the Game, PredictionsPlease send feedback or questions to our Twitter feed @CHNsiders. And check out all of the articles referenced in today's show, plus stats, standings, rosters and much more at College Hockey News: https://www.collegehockeynews.com ... You can also download the CHN apps in the Apple Store or Google Play.