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Brian Shaffer Part 2

Disappeared! In this episode we cover the mysterious disappearance of Ohio State Medical student Brian Shaffer. Brian was seen on security cameras several times the night he went missing. Cameras see him and friends going into a bar to celebrate the start of spring break but unfortunately cameras never see Brian leave the bar. Did something terrible happen to Brian inside the bar? Did Brian some how slip through the view of multiple cameras and meet with foul play along his short walk home? Or did Brian take off on his own leaving friends and family behind to hopelessly search for him? 

Brian Shaffer went missing April 1st, 2006. It’s been almost ten years since this young, bright med student disappeared from the Ohio state university campus. At the time of his disappearance Brian was 27 years old, 6 foot 2 inches tall and 165 pounds. Brian is a Caucasian male with light brown hair, hazel eyes and he has a Pearl Jam tattoo on his upper rig [...]

BRIAN SHAFFER ////// 16  

Brian Shaffer 

Disappeared! In this episode we cover the mysterious disappearance of Ohio State Medical student Brian Shaffer. Brian was seen on security cameras several times the night he went missing. Cameras see him and friends going into a bar to celebrate the start of spring break but unfortunately cameras never see Brian leave the bar. Did something terrible happen to Brian inside the bar? Did Brian some how slip through the view of multiple cameras and meet with foul play along his short walk home? Or did Brian take off on his own leaving friends and family behind to hopelessly search for him? 

Brian Shaffer went missing April 1st, 2006. It’s been almost ten years since this young, bright med student disappeared from the Ohio state university campus. At the time of his disappearance Brian was 27 years old, 6 foot 2 inches tall and 165 pounds. Brian is a Caucasian male with light brown hair, hazel eyes and he has a Pearl Jam tattoo on his upper right arm [...]

CLR Podcast | 226 | Brian Sanhaji  

CLR Podcast 226 – Brian Sanhaji It is Monday the 24th of June 2013 and we have Brian Sanhaji back on the CLR Podcast. Brian is a long-time label artist who has been playing his haunting live performances at countless clubs, festivals and CLR events worldwide. His outstanding feeling for sound has also secured him the position as the mastering technician of all music coming out on CLR, amongst other renowned labels. The present podcast celebrates the release of Brian´s brand-new “Daria EP” (CLR068), which is out on CLR today and includes three excellent tracks by this inspiring artist. The set is a live recording from a recent gig at the legendary Tresor club in Berlin and features exclusively original productions, including a couple of tracks from the EP, a remix Brian did for “Speak Silence” (one the titles of the upcoming Drumcell album, which due this summer on CLR), as well as several previously unreleased tracks. Apart from touring with his unique live shows, he is currently working on a new album. If you would like to know more about Brian Sanhaji, about his music, his mastering and his upcoming gigs, please check out the following sites: Sanhaji Music: www.sanhaji-music.com facebook: www.facebook.com/brian.sanhaji Sanhaji Mastering: www.sanhaji-mastering.com Gigatools: http://gigs.gigatools.com/user/BrianSanhaji Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/brian-sanhaji Listen and download here: www.clr.net/media.pl TRACKLIST - CLR Podcast 226 - Brian Sanhaji 01. BRIAN SANHAJI_DAVEN (live version) CLR068 02. BRIAN SANHAJI & TOE_RADICAL ADJUSTMENT (VINYL ONLY) - MOVE COMPILATION 03. BRIAN SANHAJI & DRUMCELL_STRUCTURE - CLR 04. BRIAN SANHAJI REMIX_THE KNIFE (MOTOR) - CLR LP 05. BRIAN SANHAJI_EGOTOOLS ONE - EgoTon 05 06. BRIAN SANHAJI REMIX_ SPEAK SILENCE (DRUMCELL) CLR LP 07. BRIAN SANHAJI_UNRELEASED 08. BRIAN SANHAJI_BAD ROBOT - EgoTon 04 09. BRIAN SANHAJI_UNRELEASED 10. BRIAN SANHAJI_DARIA - CLR068 11. BRIAN SANHAJI_CIRCUIT BREAKER - EgoTon 06 12. BRIAN SANHAJI_UNRELEASED 13. BRIAN SANHAJI_UNRELEASED

TheFIX 082: Personal Project Profile: Apocalyptech by Jeff Shaffer  

In this episode of TheFIX, commercial photographer Jeff Shaffer provides an in-depth look at Apocalyptech, a personal project featuring a series of intricate and detailed Photoshop composites. We look at several aspects of creating the series, including concept and storyboard sketches, creating the background plate composites, photographing models in the studio to match the background plates, and putting it all together in Photoshop.

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20VC: Founders Fund's Brian Singerman on Why VC Is About Upside Maximisation Not Downside Minimisation, Why There Is No Right Way To Do Venture and Why They Do Not Have Monday Morning Partner Meetings At Founders Fund  

Brian Singerman is a Partner @ Founders Fund, one of the world’s most prestigious and successful VC funds with prior investments in the likes of Facebook, Airbnb, SpaceX, Spotify and many more incredible companies. Prior to Founders Fund, Brian spent 4 years at Google where, among other projects, Brian founded iGoogle. Whilst at Google, Brian also started his career as an investor, founding his own angel fund, XGYC Fund. Brian also currently sits on the board of Affirm, Oscar, AltSchool and Emerald Therapeutics. Due to Brian's immense success he was named No 5 on Forbes Midas List for America's Top VCs.

 

In Today’s Episode You Will Learn:

1.) How Brian made the way from Google, to his own angel fund to being General Partner @ Founders Fund?

2.) How has Brian seen his investment mindset shift over the years from angel investing to his angel fund, XGYC to now being a partner at Founders Fund?

3.) Why does Brian believe that success in VC is purely about upside maximization? What does Brian think downside minimisation is unimportant?

4.) What does the investment decision-making process look like at Founders Fund? How does this change with the scaling cheque size? What are Brian's views on conviction driven vs unanimous team voting structures?

5.) Why is Brian a staunch generalist when it comes to investing? For Brian, why does he believe that being a generalist will deliver outsized returns over being a specialist?

Items Mentioned In Today’s Show:

Brian’s Fave Book: Snow Crash

Brian’s Fave Blog: Dan Primack

Brian’s Most Recent Investment: Affirm

As always you can follow Harry, The Twenty Minute VC and Brian on Twitter here!

Likewise, you can follow Harry on Snapchat here for mojito madness and all things 20VC.

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116: Redefining Performance through Movement with Brian Bradley  

Today I am very excited to announce our guest, Brian Bradley. Brian has been working with Pete Egoscue, developing the Egoscue Method for 25+ years. Posture and pain are his mission, and he finds bringing this work to the world very rewarding. To see someone go from disability and depression due to chronic pain, and transform into the person they were meant to be is, in Brian’s view, awesome.

Recently I spent some time with Brian at the World Golf Fitness Summit 2016 in New Orleans, LA.  It was there that I had the chance to experience first hand some of the work that Brian does with clients and patients.  His methods for teaching people to overcome their pain and maximize their performance are, to say the least, unconventional.  One look at the piece of equipment that he had us working on would've made you think we were getting ready to embark on an obstacle course more than get in a "workout."

But it is exactly Brian's "out-of-the-box" approach that allows him to be so creative and effective in his methods whether working with athletes, armed forces, celebrities, or patients in pain. In this episode we discuss some of our experiences from the World Golf Fitness Summit and some of the amzing impact Brian has had on so many people, including the likes of Tony Robbins, Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player, and many more.

If you would like more on Brian's Background or would simply like to hear the his earlier episode on posture and breathing, you can find that here . . . Episode 18.

Brian Bradley’s Background

Brian has been with Egoscue for 25 years.
Met Pete Egoscue when he was working with Jack Nicklaus.
Jack was backing the expansion of Egoscue from their California location and branching into Florida.
Brian has worked with Nicklaus, Player, Palmer, Trevino, Tony Robbins, and many other high profile figures, as well as thousands of other individuals looking to either improve performance or simply take control of their pain.
He is now the Vice President of Egoscue University and speaks all over the world on the topics of pain, posture and performance.  He is has worked very closely over the years with TPI and many other governing bodies to share his experience and expertise.
Plus, the guy is just a riot to hang out with ;-)

 

Highlights from this Episode

We talk about the background of the Egoscue philosophy, and ‘the patch’. We go into what it is, and why it works so well.
How to view failure in a different light, so that athletes don’t feel like they are lagging behind.
The importance of simplifying movement and posture changes, to make them sustainable and repeatable. The over complication of exercises is often what makes people stop doing them.
The story of how Brian met Tony Robbins, and how that relationship has led to speaking in front of nearly 11,000 people at Tony Robbins' events all over the world.
How Brian's unique methods and "The Patch" are beneficial for the golfer and can really be performed almost anywhere without traditional equipment.
How Brian takes the Egoscue method to large speaking events, and uses the simplicity framework to make people remember everything. 95% of what is said is forgotten within 48 hours.

Some parting words of wisdom from Brian Bradley:
Think of one thing every day that you are going to do differently than yesterday. Make time for yourself, and ignore people who bring negativity into your life.
Where to find Brian Bradley:
Website: http://www.egoscue.com/brian-bradley

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thebrian.bradley

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/themovementnerd50/

To continue the conversation and ask any questions you may have, head over the 18STRONG Facebook page.

 

See "The Patch" in action below.  This video is courtesy of our friend Jason Glass (The Coach Glass Podcast) from h...

BRIAN FRIEDMAN - X FACTOR  

Brian Friedman is an American dancer and choreographer who has created the choreography for many popular music artists including Britney Spears, Cher, Beyoncé Knowles, and Mariah Carey – as well as for music videos, concert tours, and television productions including The X Factor.FREE FULL EPISODE: https://londonrealacademy.com/episodes/brian-friedman-the-x-factor/Chapters:00:00 Trailer.02:28 Brian’s thoughts on the episode.05:06 Brian’s Introduction.05:35 Brian Friedman’s motivation.07:04 The stress factors of X Factor.09:34 Putting on a show and working with X Factor contestants.13:08 No one is unaffected by dance.15:47 The power of the dance video supporting a song.17:49 Anything that moves can be choreography.20:05 Where Brian gains inspiration for keeping his choreography fresh.21:26 The correlation between fashion, choreography and dance.24:49 Brian’s fashion label.26:14 A dancer’s personality.27:46 Why he had to stop partying to 4am.29:59 Loving teaching class and giving masterclasses.32:12 The feelings dance can evoke.32:59 Why he is currently tired of choreography.35:04 Dancers are sexual beings and choreography can be sensual.36:52 The Black Swan concept, getting an artist to emotionally relate.41:14 Brian’s notorious stare.42:10 Why Brian initially wanted to get into choreography.43:43 The driving force behind his journey from Arizona to working in London.44:45 Why he loves London.47:28 Managing to live in Los Angeles without going crazy.48:27 The hell of being in the jungle.53:31 Brian loves being a judge, he has a lot to say!56:09 What Brian thinks of various celebrities he has worked with.1:03:08 How Brian came to work with so many famous artists.1:04:54 Spotting a diamond in the rough in his classes.1:06:32 The life changing moment when he came out to his Mom.1:11:00 Will Brian marry his fiancé?1:12:21 His advice to young people struggling with their sexuality.1:13:06 Success secrets.1:13:38 Phone call to the 20 year old Brian Friedman.1:14:15 Best advice he has ever received.1:15:20 Advice to the young would be dancer, choreographer or pop star.1:16:37 Starting an online mentoring programme and future exciting possibilities.1:18:04 Brian’s summing up.Show Notes:Brian Friedman on Twitter: https://twitter.com/brianfriedmanFULL SHOW NOTES: https://londonrealacademy.com/episodes/brian-friedman-the-x-factor/

Meerkat and Periscope: How Businesses Are Using Live Mobile Broadcasting  

Are you interested in live mobile broadcasting? Have you tried Meerkat or Periscope? To learn about mobile broadcasting apps, I interview Brian Fanzo. More About This Show The Social Media Marketing podcast is an on-demand talk radio show from Social Media Examiner. It's designed to help busy marketers and business owners discover what works with social media marketing. In this episode I interview Brian Fanzo, partner and chief digital strategist at Broadsuite, a company that helps businesses succeed with social and mobile marketing. Brian is one of the leading authorities on Meerkat and Periscope. In this episode Brian Fanzo will explore the live mobile broadcasting apps Meerkat and Periscope and what they mean for your business. You'll discover the pros and cons of each platform, as well as how to get started. Share your feedback, read the show notes and get the links mentioned in this episode below. Listen Now You can also subscribe via iTunes, RSS, or Stitcher. How to subscribe/review on iPhone. Here are some of the things you'll discover in this show: Meerkat and Periscope How Brian got started with mobile broadcasting Brian, who calls himself a change evangelist, has a technology background and a love of social media. He is always looking for ways people can leverage technology to be more productive and tell their story in unique ways. Brian likes to jump on every new app: it’ll either fail fast, and he’ll uninstall it or he'll run with it! Mobile broadcasting definitely falls into the later category. Brian shares how he was introduced to Meerkat. He was speaking at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, when he got a message from someone who worked at Twitter, telling him that Ashton Kutcher and Gary Vaynerchuck were on a new video app. About 35 seconds later, Brian had downloaded it and clicked the start button. Meerkat came out February 26, 2015, and Brian was on it March 2. Brian took to Meerkat immediately. He put his mobile device on his tripod, hit the stream button, put in the event hashtag and was live. He treated it like he does his regular YouTube videos: walking around, describing the event and sharing it with his audience. About three minutes in, someone commented, “I see the Samsung booth, can you turn to your right.” That’s when Brian realized he didn’t just bring the experience to his audience, he was letting his viewers be a part of it. People in the United States could dictate what they saw in Spain. "It felt interactive, like having a true conversation," he recalls. Since Brian was about to go to South by Southwest,  he put some strategy behind his Meerkating. Brian contacted a couple of brands that were holding different events, and asked for backstory, so he could be prepared to cover them. During SXSW, Brian did a Meerkat of all the sessions he went to, as well as a preview each morning and recap every evening. About 300-800 people watched each stream, no matter what he was talking about. Periscope was released into the Apple store during Social Media Marketing World (the last week of March 2015), and Brian recalls using Periscope for first time during the opening keynote. Listen to the show to hear where Brian was when he heard about Periscope at Social Media Marketing World. How live streaming apps work "Live streaming isn’t anything new," Brian explains. "It’s really just turning on a video and opening the portal to anyone who wants to use it." What's new is the fact that we’re able to download an app, sign in with a Twitter account or phone number, click stream and post the link. Then anybody in your Twitter community can click on that link and watch whatever you’re showing on your phone. The big piece is the mobile aspect. It’s as simple as a basic tweet and hitting the “stream” button. Listen to the show to learn how and where to watch a Meerkat or Periscope live stream. Businesses uses for live broadcasting

Zoltan Biro - Chill Out Session 105 (Brian Eno Special Mix)  

Important! This mix contains my favourite Brian Eno productions - mixed by me. All Rights Reserved to the artist. The mix is downloadable: just for personal use only! © All Rights Reserved to the artists! http://chilloutsessionworld.blogspot.com 1.Brian Eno - The Big Ship 2.Brian Eno - An Ending (Ascent) 3.Brian Eno - Under Stars 4.Brian Eno - Signals 5.Cluster & Brian Eno - Fur Luise 6.Brian Eno & Harold Budd - An Echo of Night 7.Brian Eno - 1/1 8.Brian Eno, Daniel Lanois & Roger Eno - The Secret Place 9.Brian Eno, Daniel Lanois & Roger Eno - Stars 10.Brian Eno - The Water Garden 11.Brian Eno, Daniel Lanois & Roger Eno - Under Stars II 12.Cluster & Brian Eno - Schone Hande 13.Brian Eno & Harold Budd - The Plateaux Of Mirror 14.Brian Eno - Drift 15.Brian Eno - Deep Blue Day

120: Helping Ryan Moore return stronger than ever! with Brian Chandler  

Happy Holidays, everyone!

Today I am very excited to announce our guest, Brian Chandler. Brian is a trainer at one of the most recognized golf fitness clinics in the US, Anthem Fitness. Anthem Fitness utilizes methods that help clients develop better velocity and control, which aim to ramp up your overall performance.

Brian recently wrote an article for TPI about his work with Ryan Moore this past year, and how he came back from an injury cloud to go on and finish the 2016 season as one of the most dominant players on the PGA Tour. Brian breaks down what they did to fins the weak links in Ryan's body and how the entire team from fitness, medical, and swing coach all collaborated to to help Ryan overcome a nagging injury and play some incredible golf.
Brian Chandler’s Background

Brian Chandler is a certified Personal Trainer through the American Council on Exercise, and a licensed massage therapist through the National Certification Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork.
He graduated from Florida Gulf Coast University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Human Performance.
Brian is an Active Release Technique, ART, certified provider.

Highlights from this Episode

Brian’s background, and how he shifted from coaching the ‘technical’ side of golf, and into the fitness side.
We talk about Brian’s assessment of Ryan Moore, and the key things he found that were effecting his swing. They realized that his hip and pelvic movement had a big impact on his ankle, which was where his injury was most apparent.
The approach Brian took to start the rehab process with Ryan, and getting him back on the path to success.
We get into the things that had the biggest impact in getting Ryan back to his best form, and what others can emulate to help their own fitness and golf game in general. The #1 thing was isometrics.
What is it about Ryan and other top performers that make them stand out above the rest. At the end of the day, it all comes down to mindset. However, movement also has to be a key focus in order to stay in form year round.
Brian tells a story about the time he accidentally set his girlfriend’s hair on fire – on their third date!

Caddy Shack or Happy Gilmore?
Caddy Shack
Who would you like to spend a day on the course with?
My grandfather at Augusta National
 What is your mission moving forward?
Encourage athletes to be more curious, in regards to how well they can perform, and how good they can potentially be.
Where to find Brian Chandler:
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bchandla1/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/bchandla

Brian’s article on TPI: http://www.mytpi.com/articles/fitness/how_ryan_moore_rehabbed_his_ankle_with_a_tpi_certified_team
Resources:
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BRIAN ROSE - THE FUTURE OF LONDON REAL  

Brian Rose is the Founder and Host of London Real.WATCH THE FULL EPISODE FOR FREE: https://londonrealacademy.com/episodes/brian-rose-the-future-of-london-real/FREE Webinar: 4 Steps To Transform Your Life - https://app.webinarjam.net/register/24344/d3803c7a88Chapters:00:00 Trailer.02:41 Brian’s thoughts on the episode.05:59 Alexander Dziri’s introduction.06:46 5 years working on London Real.07:30 A new era for London Real.15:59 Brian Rose is an introvert.19:55 The craft of being a good interviewer and truth about Ido Portal interview.24:16 Building rapport and gaining trust of interviewees.28:30 Successful people are not superhuman.35:38 Ego, a misunderstood word.43:38 Where other YouTubers fail to make a success.50:58 Behind the scenes at London Real.59:21 How Brian’s family influenced him.1:05:16 What drove him to Massachusetts?1:06:37 Why he chose Wall Street after MIT.1:17:31 What did his time as a banker teach him.1:20:55 If banking was so good, why did he leave?1:23:51 What has he learned from the many guests he has interviewed.1:29:21 Why do we put labels on people?1:31:40 One sentence opinion of some London Real guests.1:34:15 Rumoured that Brian will be fastest person to make Castle wall of fame.1:36:04 Brian’s opinion of Dan Pena.1:38:36 What helps Brian to up his game?1:39:34 Success secrets.1:40:00 Guests who, surprisingly, people don’t pick up on, but should do.1:42:13 Which three big guests would Brian like to have on London Real?1:45:17 The London Real guests he would choose to be on the board of a new company.1:48:32 Best advice he has taken from a London Real guest.1:51:36 Call to 20 year old Kaden.1:55:55 Call to the 20 year old who is thinking of building something like London Real.2:01:17 Alexander’s thanks to Brian.  Brian’s vision for future of London Real.2:11:11 Advice to the 20 year old Brian Rose.2:13:00 Brian’s summing up.FULL SHOW NOTES: https://londonrealacademy.com/episodes/brian-rose-the-future-of-london-real/

Brian Thompson: Zen Thinking, Passion & The Flow State  

This week we’re joined by inspirational poet, writer, speaker, and podcaster, Brian Thompson. Brian is the host of the Zen Thinking podcast, and the author of the soon-to-be-released book, Sparks to Awaken. His goal with Zen Thinking is to provide an entirely new perspective for people to consider their life through, one that allows them to live more wisely, with compassion, purpose, clarity and happiness. Before shifting to writing full time, Brian spent close to 25 years in the music industry. He managed a chain of music retail stores, I started a record label and artist management company, and tour-managed a successful hard rock band. In this interview we hear about Brian’s work and how the philosophies he explores through his writing can be applied to creative professionals. Highlights: - “No matter where you are, there you are” - Brian Thompson - Through his writing, Brian explores the concepts of being - The only truth that can ever be spoken is: “I am” - anything else is just trouble! - Brian tells us about transitioning from working in the music industry to what he does now with Zen Thinking - We hear that Brian needed to live his life with passion, and it’s that which moved him towards writing, and away from the music business - Brian was observing his life through a narrow lens and was unhappy with that point of view - so had to make a change - We have to ask ourselves “are our goals in life ego driven?” - When our goals are absolute and pure, they’re coming from a place of expression rather than ego boosting - If you’re creating from an ego-driven place, you’ll always be wanting more - Once you know your true self, everything becomes more effortless - It was scarier for Brian to continue being unhappy than to change everything in his life - We hear how Brian’s transformation was triggered by quitting drinking - “We latch ourselves onto these things that we believe define us but the only thing that defines us are our own definitions” - Brian Thompson, 2016 - Brian tells us about the Zen Thinking podcast and what we can hear on there - Brian talks about the flow state and how it relates to artists Guest Links: - Website: http://zenthinking.net - Twitter: @zen_thinking - Instagram: @zen_thinking - Facebook: /zenthinking Sponsors: - Chris Keaton @ Chris Keaton Presents (http://chriskeaton.com) - Christine Infanger @ Thirty Roses (http://thirtyroses.com) - The Rock/Star Advocate (http://therockstaradvocate.com) - Buck Naked Soap Company (http://bucknakedsoapcompany.com) More: For more episodes, visit http://bridge-the-atlantic.com Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/bridge_atlantic Subscribe on iTunes: http://bridge-the-atlantic.com/itunes Support us on Patreon: http://patreon.com/bridgetheatlantic

015: Brian Koppelman  

 

This week on The One You Feed we have Brian Koppelman.

Brian Koppelman is an American screenwriter, novelist, director, and producer. Best known as the co-writer of Ocean's Thirteen and Rounders, Koppelman has also produced films such as The Illusionist and The Lucky Ones as well as directed films such as Solitary Man.

He was an A&R representative from 1988-1997 for such companies as Elektra Records, Giant Records, SBK Records and EMI Records, during which time he discovered singer songwriter Tracy Chapman and executive-produced her first album.

He is also the creator of the excellent video series called The Six Second Screenwriter and the host of the new podcast, The Moment with Brian Koppelman.

Brian is also one of the kindest guys out there. He is genuinely curious about life and people. We really enjoyed our conversation.

 In This Interview Brian and I Discuss... The One You Feed parable, although a bit later than usual. How he got his start as a screenwriter and writing his first script, Rounders. Why working everyday is so important. The power of momentum. Specific practices he does to feed his good wolf. How our intentions tell us a lot about which wolf we are feeding. The importance of art in a good life. A great fiction recommendation from Brian. How denying your creative side can turn you toxic His new podcast, The Moment with Brian Koppelman. Some of his pivotal moments in life. How stand-up comedy helped him face his fears and finish the script he was stuck on. WTF and Marc Maron. Curiosity. Music we love. Brian Koppelman Links

Brian Koppelman homepage

The Six Second Screenwriting Lessons

The Moment with Brian Koppelman podcast

Brian Koppelman IMDb profile

Brian's article about WTF and Jim Breuer

Twitter- @briankoppelman

City of Thieves, Brian's book  recommendation

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CLR Podcast | 112 | Brian Sanhaji (Live)  

When Brian the young innovator, came across a music program on a friend´s Amiga 500, the desire to produce his own sound started to grow within. In the beginning he experimented with Hip Hop beats, but triggered by a “The Prodigy” gig he started focusing more and more on Techno. As much as for many of his contemporaries in the nineties, the legendary “Omen” club in Frankfurt served as a source of inspiration for him. His first two records under the pseudonym “Relic” were released on the label “Triebtäter” in 2000 and 2001. After this he took the next step and founded his own label “Enable Recordings”, on which he presents artists like “The Advent” or Andre Walter, next to his own productions. Little by little, Brian got the opportunity to release on further labels as well, for instance “Punkt Music” or “Definition Records”. At the same time he produced the project “Citizen Art” together with the artist ”Cess”, and amongst others released a remix for “The Horrorist” on “Things To Come”. But ultimately they were his own releases that turned him into a much requested live act. In the course of his transfer to CLR Booking in 2005, his booking schedule increased from the main floor of “Nature One”, to the “Detroit Electronic Music Festival” in the States to his preliminary peak at “Spinclub” / Ibiza. Next to his well-established label “Enable Recordings”, he founded another imprint called “Sonata Music” in the beginning of 2008. Although it was planned as a digital only label, he started releasing the tracks on vinyl as well, due to the big success. In October 2008, the album prerelease single “Cortosis” came out, together with a remix by Chris Liebing. In November 2008, the long awaited first Studio album “Stereotype” was finally released on his all-time favorite Techno label CLR. “A stylistically versatile, entirely club oriented record with traces of Minimal, House and Dub, always true to its Techno origins.” When Brian is not touring as a live act, or producing new tracks and remixes, he is also working as highly successful mastering technician with clients like CLR and Cocoon Recordings. Tracklisting: 00:00 BRIAN SANHAJI - UNRELEASED LIVE 07:40 ALEX BAU - INTO YOUR HEAD (BRIAN SANHAJI REMIX) / SPIELSTAUB 03 14:50 BRIAN SANHAJI - UNRELEASED LIVE 19:45 BRIAN SANHAJI - HIGGS / CLR 26:00 BRIAN SANHAJI - UNRELEASED LIVE 28:30 BRIAN SANHAJI - UNRELEASED LIVE COMING SOON AT EGOTON 33:30 BRIAN SANHAJI - ULTIMA / EGOTON 01 38:15 DJ EMERSON - RUBERBANDMAN (BRIAN SANHAJI REMIX) / KIDDAZ FM 45:00 BRIAN SANHAJI - UNRELEASED LIVE 49:20 TRAVERSABLE WORMHOLE - TRANSDUCER (BRIAN SANHAJI REMIX) CLR 52:30 ALEX BAU - INTO YOUR HEAD - UNRELEASED REMIX LIVE VERSION IN MIX WITH CORTOSIS FROM THE LP STEREOTYPE AT CLR 60:25 BRIAN SANHAJI UNRELEASED OUTRO booking contact: emerson@clr.net

Social Media Evolution: What Does the Future of Social Marketing Look Like?  

Are you amazed at how much social media has changed over the last few years? Want to discover what's next? To explore the evolution of social media, I interview Brian Solis. More About This Show The Social Media Marketing podcast is an on-demand talk radio show from Social Media Examiner. It's designed to help busy marketers and business owners discover what works with social media marketing. In this episode I interview Brian Solis, a principal analyst at the Altimeter Group. He's written eight books, including Engage and What's the Future of Business? His newest book is called X: The Experience When Business Meets Design. Brian will explore how social media has changed and how it continues to evolve. You'll discover how marketers can use moments of truth to engage their customers. Share your feedback, read the show notes and get the links mentioned in this episode below. Listen Now You can also subscribe via iTunes, RSS, or Stitcher. Here are some of the things you'll discover in this show: Social Media Evolution From Engage until now Brian recalls that in the late 90s and early 2000s, he helped with development around what became social media and realized that two-way digital marketing aspect was going to be phenomenal. He says his book Engage was the culmination of all that work put into a book designed to help anyone in marketing or business really understand how to become social. After Engage, Brian says, the world started to change and technology started to accelerate. This is something he studies as both an analyst and an anthropologist. Brian has continued to write books, do research and speak on how to bridge the world of brand or business with technology and people. He says social has become part of that process, as has mobile and digital transformation, wearables, etc. When asked about major changes in social media that have taken place between his first book and today, Brian talks about creating an infographic called The Wheel of Disruption while he was writing What's the Future of Business? The infographic showed all of the things that were disrupting industries, with an emphasis on brand, marketing and engagement. He explains that then and now, the three things Fred Wilson once called The Golden Triangle are at the core of everything. Brian goes on to discuss how wearables, augmented reality and services like Uber, Instacart, Postmates, Amazon, Drone Delivery and Google Express are creating disruption not only on technology fronts, but also on behavioral and expectation fronts at a human level. Listen to the show to hear Brian explain how the disruption happening today has grand implications for every business in every industry. The importance of experience Brian shares that while many marketers, brand strategists and executives say experience is one of the most important things to deliver, that means different things to different people. From great customer service to great product design, it's all over the map. Brian believes that everything that happens when you buy, use, shop for or have a problem with something are moments that contribute to the overall experience. Brian shares why he thinks we should be able to define and design experiences as part of business and branding to build better relationships, and why he believes experience is the next competitive advantage. He says that while some savvy organizations have introduced efforts to define a brand experience (BX), a customer experience (CX) and a user experience (UX), all of these efforts are disparate. Thus, by default or by design, the experience is disconnected. Listen to the show to hear why Brian wants to bring all experiences under one banner of X, where everything works together. Businesses doing a great job with experience Brian explains that he chose the companies he talks about in his book not because they are examples of holistic experiences,

Social Media Evolution: What Does the Future of Social Marketing Look Like?  

Are you amazed at how much social media has changed over the last few years? Want to discover what's next? To explore the evolution of social media, I interview Brian Solis. More About This Show The Social Media Marketing podcast is an on-demand talk radio show from Social Media Examiner. It's designed to help busy marketers and business owners discover what works with social media marketing. In this episode I interview Brian Solis, a principal analyst at the Altimeter Group. He's written eight books, including Engage and What's the Future of Business? His newest book is called X: The Experience When Business Meets Design. Brian will explore how social media has changed and how it continues to evolve. You'll discover how marketers can use moments of truth to engage their customers. Share your feedback, read the show notes and get the links mentioned in this episode below. Listen Now You can also subscribe via iTunes, RSS, or Stitcher. Here are some of the things you'll discover in this show: Social Media Evolution From Engage until now Brian recalls that in the late 90s and early 2000s, he helped with development around what became social media and realized that two-way digital marketing aspect was going to be phenomenal. He says his book Engage was the culmination of all that work put into a book designed to help anyone in marketing or business really understand how to become social. After Engage, Brian says, the world started to change and technology started to accelerate. This is something he studies as both an analyst and an anthropologist. Brian has continued to write books, do research and speak on how to bridge the world of brand or business with technology and people. He says social has become part of that process, as has mobile and digital transformation, wearables, etc. When asked about major changes in social media that have taken place between his first book and today, Brian talks about creating an infographic called The Wheel of Disruption while he was writing What's the Future of Business? The infographic showed all of the things that were disrupting industries, with an emphasis on brand, marketing and engagement. He explains that then and now, the three things Fred Wilson once called The Golden Triangle are at the core of everything. Brian goes on to discuss how wearables, augmented reality and services like Uber, Instacart, Postmates, Amazon, Drone Delivery and Google Express are creating disruption not only on technology fronts, but also on behavioral and expectation fronts at a human level. Listen to the show to hear Brian explain how the disruption happening today has grand implications for every business in every industry. The importance of experience Brian shares that while many marketers, brand strategists and executives say experience is one of the most important things to deliver, that means different things to different people. From great customer service to great product design, it's all over the map. Brian believes that everything that happens when you buy, use, shop for or have a problem with something are moments that contribute to the overall experience. Brian shares why he thinks we should be able to define and design experiences as part of business and branding to build better relationships, and why he believes experience is the next competitive advantage. He says that while some savvy organizations have introduced efforts to define a brand experience (BX), a customer experience (CX) and a user experience (UX), all of these efforts are disparate. Thus, by default or by design, the experience is disconnected. Listen to the show to hear why Brian wants to bring all experiences under one banner of X, where everything works together. Businesses doing a great job with experience Brian explains that he chose the companies he talks about in his book not because they are examples of holistic experiences,

Ayahuasca, Smart Drugs, Anti-Aging & More With Brian Rose of London Real.  

Meet Brian Rose (pictured above). Brian is a London based, US born ex-city trader and host of the wildly popular podcast and video channel "London Real", which has filmed over 200 episodes, has 250,000 subscribers, and been watched over 40 million times (feel free to watch my episode here). Brian has established a reputation for producing frank, in-depth discussions of often controversial topics such as banking and cryptocurrencies, personal development, spiritual growth, anti-aging, biohacking, surveillance, whistleblowing and psychedelics. Notable guests so far on his show include The 4-Hour Chef author Tim Ferriss, 6 time Mr. Olympia Dorian Yates, British Respect Party politician George Galloway, RT's presenter Max Keiser, Pulitzer Prize winning author and polymath Jared Diamond, MI5 whistleblower Annie Machon and Bruce Parry from the BBC documentary series Tribe, and even yours truly. But Brian has his own story too, and today, we delve into it. In this episode, you'll discover: -Why Brian started the show London Real... -The nitty-gritty details of Brian's experimentation with ayahuasca... -Brian's experience with transcendental meditation... -Why the "Lizard Walk" is now of Brian's go-to fitness moves... -Why the crux of Brian's diet is comprised of what he calls earth-grown nutrients... -The most powerful anti-aging strategies Brian has learned from the longevity experts he's had on London Real... -And much more! Resources from this episode: -Brian's TED Talk "Why I Left Millions in Banking to Inspire Millions Online" -Brian's ayahuasca episode -Ido Portal's LondonReal episode -The Ben Greenfield episode on LondonReal Do you have questions, comments or feedback about Brian Rose, London Real or anything else we talk about in this episode? Leave your thoughts at BenGreenfieldFitness.com.

E022 Jeff Shaffer  

In this episode, Bill and Ed talk with New York based commercial product and still life photographer Jeff Shaffer. Continue Reading →

20VC: How Both Founders & GPs Should Construct Their Pitch, Why VCs Are Eternal Optimists & What Makes The Best Post-Investment VC/Founder Relationship with Brian Ascher, Partner @ Venrock  

Brian Ascher is a Partner @ Venrock, a leading fund with prior investments including Nest, Dollar Shave Club, AppNexus and many more. At Venrock, Brian invests broadly across enterprise and consumer markets and has enjoyed no less than 10 of his investments exit successfully. Due to this exit rate,Brian has been named to the Forbes Midas List multiple times, for the VCs who have backed the most profitable winners in the last four years. Prior to Venrock, Brian was a Senior Product Manager at Intuit responsible for Quicken and Quicken.com.

 

In Today’s Episode You Will Learn:

1.) How Brian made his way into the world of VC and came to be a partner at Venrock?

2.) Does Brian believe that in today's world of 'ask for advice and get money', that slide decks are necessary anymore?

3.) How does Brian like pitches to be structured? How should the deck start? Why should the deck not start with the team or the origin story? Should the deck include the amount being raised?

4.) What are the most common mistakes that entrepreneurs make in pitches? How can they turn these into an advantage and show the VC their unparalleled insight?

5.) How does Brian view the post-investment relationship with founders? What makes for the optimal relationship? Is it possible for VC to be both friend and board member? How does Brian look to scale the relationship curve when getting to know a founder?

Items Mentioned In Today’s Show:

Brian’s Fave Book: Extreme Ownership

Brian's Most Recent Investment: Socrates

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Likewise, you can follow Harry on Snapchat here for mojito madness and all things 20VC.

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049 Brian Shaffer  

In Sight explores mysteries, true crime, and forgotten history. In this episode, Ali and Charlie discuss the mysterious disappearance of medical student Brian Shaffer. Three weeks after his mother’s death, Brian went out to dinner with his father and then bar hopping with a friend. When he didn’t answer his phone that weekend and missed his flight to Miami with his long term girlfriend, investigators began to retrace his steps that weekend. And all the evidence shows is him entering a bar but never exiting. Facebook/insightpod Twitter @insightfulpod Instagram @insightpod insightfulpod@gmail.com insightpod.com Cover art by Ali & Lars Music by Scott Buckley www.patreon.com/insightpod

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