Ep. 126 - Casey Neistat: Beme  

By its very nature, social media lends itself to users showing the highlights of their lives and sharing their best moments, but only after they've cropped, edited and refined those moments. Casey Neistat, the prolific creator of YouTube videos that have made us look at our world a bit differently, thinks it's time we use social media to share the authentic moments of our lives. His new app Beme allows for social media interaction to take on a new level of realness. Casey Neistat, film director, producer, and YouTube creator, has gained a huge following. Millions of people look forward to his daily vlog on his YouTube channel. Casey and I recorded a podcast back in January 2015 (Ask Altucher Ep 202). What brings us together this time is a new app that Casey co-founded that  could significantly change how people view social media. Named Beme, the app uses snippets of videos the user takes and then sends them to other Beme users. It does so without giving the user the opportunity to edit the video. Casey says that without scrutinizing the images of ourselves, we are able to bring honesty and authenticity to the things we send out as we share how we see the world. As you use the app, your phone screens turns off and captures what you are seeing. Casey explains Beme has various discovery cells, with one that specifically focuses on strangers and includes the nearby stranger, the interesting stranger, and the faraway stranger. Each discovery cell  is a part of your social media network and allows you to look in on what it is seeing. Casey says Beme is built around a “platform of authenticity”. Other highlights of our conversation include: The effort Casey puts into each video he creates The Make It Count Nike video that created a sensation His process for what he decides to develop How persistence is critical to anyone trying to achieve success in his field Casey says what he does takes hard work and he paves his own way. He explains that in his process, he is beholden only to himself and his voice, and it's an incredibly liberating way to be. Links and Resources: To find sources for all the social media platforms Casey uses, go to Casey Neistat. Casey posts his daily vlogs on his YouTube channel. You'll also find all his videos there too, including the Make It Count Nike video. Learn more about Beme, Casey's new app. Listen to Casey's previous interview with me here, Ep 202 Casey Neistat.   Thanks so much for listening! If you enjoyed this episode of The James Altucher Show, please leave a review or a rating on ITunes. I read every review and it helps to make the podcast better. P.S. For a very limited time, I want to send you a brand-new, hardback copy of my new book for FREE! All I ask is that you cover the shipping costs (just $5).   P.P.S. This Thursday, August 20th James will be the featured guest on Product Hunt LIVE a place to chat with the world’s most interesting authors, artists, founders, investors, game creators, entertainers, and makers. For more information click here.

OMR #74 mit Casey Neistat  

Mit mehr als sieben Millionen Youtube-Abonnenten ist Casey Neistat einer der größten Youtube-Stars der Welt. Im OMR Podcast erklärt er genau, wie er seine Reichweite aufgebaut hat und warum Brands – auch ohne inhaltliche Kontrolle – so gern mit ihm zusammenarbeiten. Alle Themen vom OMR Podcast mit Youtube-Star Casey Neistat im Überblick: Wenn Ihr Casey Neistat nicht kennt: Das macht der Typ und deshalb ist er so bekannt (ab 3:14) Wie ist er mit Youtube gestartet und wann ging der große Erfolg los? (ab 4:55) Was Casey durch seinen Youtube-Vlog über sich selbst gelernt hat (ab 6:41) Weshalb Casey Youtube-Werbung (Pre-Roll) erst recht spät zugelassen hat und wieso Aufmerksamkeit für ihn die wichtigere Währung ist (ab 9:21) Wie sieht der typische Casey-Fan bei Youtube aus? (ab 11:55) Warum sind Caseys Follower so loyal? (ab 15:03) Deshalb hält er die Kommentar-Funktion von Youtube derzeit für unbrauchbar und das würde er als Youtube-CEO anders machen (ab 18:25) Gibt es Brands, die aus seiner Sicht auf Youtube clever agieren? (ab 20:25) Wie sieht Casey Neistats Job bei CNN jetzt aus? (ab 23:00) Was sind seine Storytelling-Tipps für Youtube-Videos? (ab 25:28) So hart arbeitet Casey jeden Tag – und das hat sein erstes Kind damit zu tun (ab 26:18) Warum macht er auch mal Werbung für ein Produkt, obwohl er gar kein Geld dafür bekommt? (ab 28:10) Casey hat ein Video für Samsung zur Oscar-Verleihung gemacht. Das steckt dahinter (ab 31:20) Lightning Round mit den kleinen unwichtigen Fragen des Lebens – und Caseys Antworten (ab 33:02) Zusatz-Gespräch mit Philipp Westermeyer und Pit Gottschalk: Die Story von Pit Gottschalks Tweet zu Casey Neistat und seine Sicht auf die Dinge (ab 33:56)

Periscope Broadcasting for Your Business with Casey Zeman  

Would you like to build an authentic relationship with your audience? Try Periscope live broadcasting! I invited Casey Zeman to the show to share his experience using Periscope and his new Periscope marketing tool that will take your video marketing to the next level.

Episode Featured Guest: Casey Zeman

Casey Zeman is the bestselling author of 'Build Your Audience with Live Video'. He is the Founder of the webinar platform “EasyWebinar” with over 6,000 customers he has figured out what works and what doesn’t. Recently he has launched a new business that provides analytics and marketing software for Periscope at Fullscope.TV.  He's also consulted for big brand companies like Harper Collins, Estee Lauder, and Dell. He’s been featured on Entrepreneur, CreativeLive, Social Media Examiner and more.

In This Podcast Episode You Will Learn: How to use live broadcasts to increase engagement with your audience Ways to grow your email list using Periscope broadcasts Ways to grow your email list using Periscope broadcasts How to grow a tribe of loyal fans who are anxiously waiting to hear from you Why industry influencers love using Periscope for marketing How to finally generate income online using videos Links and Resources Mentioned in the Show: - Casey's podcast and blog – Casey's analytic/marketing software – Casey's Webinar Marketing Tool - Casey's free training course
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008: Temperature and Thyroid with Denis Wilson  

Today we are talking to Dr. Denis Wilson, an integrative practitioner practicing in Florida, as well as an entrepreneur, with a passion for understanding the tempo and the temperature of life. Dr. Wilson doesn’t just have a passing interest in thyroid health, he has a thyroid syndrome named after him. He is kind, witty and knowledgeable about a topic that affects so many of us — adrenal and thyroid health. Dr. Wilson explains that the thyroid gland sets the pace of life. You won’t want to miss this episode.


Key Takeaways:

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[1:58] What influenced Dr. Wilson’s interest in thyroid and adrenal health and his journey to a holistic approach to practicing medicine?

[4:28] It really isn’t logical to expect thyroid dysfunction to show up on a blood test.

[6:39] Metabolism problems may be caused by lack of thyroid hormone, or by difficulty converting the thyroid hormone.

[7:17] 37 degrees Celsius is a good baseline body temperature.

[8:20] The creator of the TSH blood test was worried that doctors would put too much store in the test and ignore other signs and symptoms of thyroid dysfunction.

[9:49] Toxins and stress may be playing a big role in the current thyroid dysfunction epidemic.

[11:06] Blue light is also a problem for hormone function.

[11:56] Treating adrenal fatigue sometimes cures symptoms of thyroid dysfunction.

[13:16] What exactly is adrenal fatigue?

[16:03] Not everyone who experiences stress will develop adrenal fatigue.

[17:09] How does Dr. Wilson manage stress?

[18:57] What are some common symptoms of adrenal fatigue?

[20:42] Dr. Wilson likes to try treating his patients with “potent groceries,” before running “a ton of tests.”

[22:15] Dr. Wilson uses therapies to reboot hormone pathways.

[25:19] Can someone come off of thyroid medication?

[27:16] What about autoimmune thyroid conditions like Hashimoto’s and Grave’s?

[28:53] How can low temperatures lead to autoimmune conditions?

[31:08] Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome is a reversible problem.

[34:02] Dr. Wilson absolutely tests temperature on every patient he sees.

[36:11] How should someone take their temperature to ensure an accurate reading?

[40:34] Health is optimal function of the body, mind and spirit.

[41:00] Take this month’s quiz about stress and adrenal fatigue at

[41:38] Dr. Wilson incorporates a really unique flashcard system into his morning routine.

[43:32] Dr. Wilson prefers to read non-fiction.

[44:05] Dr. Wilson likes Celestial Seasonings Apple and Cinnamon.

[44:52] What does Dr. Wilson do for fun?

[46:00] Entrepreneurism may be an inherent personality trait, or may be learned.

[48:03] If you enjoyed our conversation and would like to hear more, please subscribe to the Entrepology Podcast on Stitcher or iTunes. We would also appreciate a quick review.



Mentioned in This Episode:

Hypothyroidism: The Unsuspected Illness, by Broda Barnes


Geratherm Thermometer


PNR 160: The Business Case for Content Marketing as PR  

In this episode of This Old Marketing, Joe and Robert discuss the result of focusing too much on Facebook for content distribution. GoPro closes down their media division and CNN hires Casey Neistat to launch a new media property. Rants and raves include and the business case for leveraging content marketing as public relations. This Old Marketing example - UK National Trust.

This week's story links:

Two years after buying Elite Daily, the Daily Mail says the Facebook publisher is worthless

GoPro Cutting 15% of Workforce, Closes Entertainment Unit

How Casey Neistat Used Content Marketing To Sell Beme

CNN to launch new media platform with Casey Neistat


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TOM - The National Trust

7CEO 018: How To Have An Exit Strategy with Casey Graham  

Today you're going to hear from Casey as he shares seven lessons learned from the process of selling The Rocket Company. This episode will help you if you're interested in selling a company or think you might one day down the road.  There are some things you can do right now that will help prepare you for when that day comes. Casey started The Rocket Company eight years ago to help serve church leaders in North America.  It was listed on the INC 5000 Fastest Growing Companies list three years in a row and continues to grow in resourcing pastors.  To read more about why Casey sold The Rocket Company click here to this blog post. Links FREE DOWNLOAD The Mentor System - How To Land A Quality Mentor To Fast Forward Your Leadership And Business Growth: Blog Post About Why Casey Sold The Rocket Company: How To Grow Your Leadership With An Advisory Board With Ken Polk Podcast: Sales Mojo - Outsourced Sales Team To Help You Sell More: *Email me if your revenue is over $500,000 and you're interested in learning more. Contact Casey: Follow Casey And What's Next: Next Steps Surround Yourself With People Who Are At The Next Level If you want to go to the next level you have to have people around you who are already at the next level. The board of advisors Casey surrounded himself with helped him through the process over the past two years to ensure he handled the sell of the company well. The skill of having these kinds of people doesn't come naturally to everyone, but we have put together a step-by-step system that can help you.  Download it free at Build A Strong Leadership Team If you're interested in exiting your company, you have to understand that you are not the business and the business is not you.  Many entrepreneurs belief they are the same as their business, but it makes it nearly impossible to separate yourself from the company and grow like you need to. If you're interested in exiting your company one day, then you must make the separation. One of the best ways to do that is to have a strong leadership team.  As the leader and CEO of the company, you should focus your time on allocating financial and people assets and allow others to lead the day-to-day operations of the business. Small company leaders delegate what they're not good at to others.  Large company leaders delegate everything regardless of their strengths and it allows the business to scale faster. The best thing you can do is to recruit and empower strong leaders to take over the day-to-day operations of the company. Build Monthly Recurring Revenue Monthly recurring revenue allows you the freedom to not have to continually sell to pay the bills month after month.  One of the biggest numbers someone interested in buying your company will review is the predictable, future income in your business.  Regardless of your industry there are opportunities to add recurring revenue to your business and that is attractive to prospective buyers. Document Everything. Now. You need to have a document for everything if you ever want to sell your company. Having things documented will allow you to clearly communicate the details of how your business works which is very important to a buyer. Even if you're not close to selling your business, start documenting now to save the time down the road.  Documenting allows you to duplicate the functions and roles in your business too, making training and onboarding easier. Here are some examples of what you should document: Budgets Spreadsheets Legal documents Marketing processes Product pricing structures Internal systems Job descriptions Contractor agreements Have The Right Legal Advisors It's so important to invest in the right legal counsel to protect you in every business si...

050: Dan Wilson  


This week we talk to Dan Wilson

This is another interview that has great personal significance to us. Dan was part of Trip Shakespeare which is one of Eric's all-time favorite bands. He also went on to form Semisonic another band that we loved.

Dan Wilson is a Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter, musician, producer, and visual artist. He is known as the leader of the band Semisonic, for which he wrote the Grammy-nominated "Closing Time" and the international hit "Secret Smile." Wilson has also released several solo recordings, including the 2014 release Love Without Fear. He was also a member of the Minneapolis psychedelic rock band Trip Shakespeare.

Wilson is also an acclaimed and highly successful co-writer and producer, who has collaborated with a diverse array of artists including: Adele, Pink,Keith Urban, Weezer, Dierks Bentley, John Legend, Taylor Swift, Nas, Spoon, Alex Clare, Birdy, and Preservation Hall Jazz Band.

His collaborations have earned him two Grammy Awards. His first was the 2007 Song of the Year Grammy for "Not Ready to Make Nice," one of the six songs he co-wrote with the Dixie Chicks for their Album of the Year winning Taking the Long Way. Wilson also shared in the 2012 Grammy for Album of the year for his work as a producer of the hit "Someone Like You," one of the three songs he co-wrote with Adele for her album 21.

 In This Interview Dan and I Discuss... The One You Feed parable. Neither wolf wins permanently, the battle always goes on. How what we focus on grows. How a good plan and acting is better than waiting on a great plan. Nurturing our gifts to the world. How malleable our lives and character really are. The meaning between Love Without Fear. What stands out to him from the Trip Shakespeare time. How Trip Shakespeare wrote songs. The Trip Shakespeare re-release project. The art of reinterpretation. Dealing with comparison and envy. Life changing advice from Frank Stella Dan Wilson Links

Dan Wilson Homepage

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Dan Wilson Twitter

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21 - Casey Crescenzo from The Dear Hunter  

This podcast is primarily about creativity, and over the course of the past twenty episodes I’ve spoken to some pretty productive people. Casey Crescenzo is probably amongst the most productive. Over the course of ten years The Dear Hunter’s oeuvre is as impressive in its scope as it is in its musical diversity, with their album/EP collection ‘The Color Spectrum’ comprising 36 songs all on its own. Which is wonderful, because the genre hopping nature of their music is about is staggering as the sheer volume. As you’ll find out when you listen to the podcast, Casey is the kind of guy who treats songwriting like a job and it’s this approach which many productive artists seem to share in common, whether they’re aware of it or not. Except, Casey is a super passionate and insightful guy, and is just so thankful that he gets to do what he does. There’s no lengthy story in this week’s show notes about how I first got into The Dear Hunter. Instead, all I can offer is rumination on their music – it’s deep, it’s cinematic, it somehow feels weighty. How people classify progressive rock music is anyone’s guess, but to me this just feels like epic rock music, and that’s why I’m drawn to it. It’s bursting with ideas, it’s driven by a strong sense of narrative yet still somehow feels hugely personal. They are, in just about every single way, the exact opposite of the punk rock that I grew up listening to. Except, their sound is more immediate than most prog bands. There’s a peppiness to the melodies which means that hooks come thick and fast, and never leave your head. Highlights include: The connotations of the very term “prog rock” and the diversity of that genre He tries not to pigeonhole the sound because it can limit the creative scope The music he grew up on sounds nothing like his band Casey thinks that perhaps one of the reasons they aren’t a huge band is because they aren’t in a specific genre Coming from a creative household and when Casey remembers wanting to be a guitar player/songwriter When people who consider themselves high art conduct interviews like they’re special, I never look at myself like that. I just think, this is a way for me to speak. Parents being receptive to being a musician, but also being wary because they’d seen the pitfalls of being a career musician His parents worry more about Casey when he does something different as opposed to worrying about the pressure of the work “Do the thing that you believe you should do – don’t worry about what they’re going to think until it’s too late” “The moment when I worry about people think is when an album is finished, mastered and ready to go out” On the fear of having your art accepted - “As a creative person it should only be self-expression, but that’s the scariest thing: if you’re doing it only out of self-expression, at some point it goes through a filter and becomes a product…and it’s up to whoever buys it to think whatever they want about it.” Wanting people to take away something from a record that you put into it, and hoping that the opposite doesn’t happen Wanting to give people what they want after letting him do The Dear Hunter for ten years, but it doesn’t have any bearing on what he’s doing when he’s doing it – only after the creation is complete does the hope and fear set in It’s taken a lot of hard work to find an audience for The Dear Hunter It’s good that there are musicians out there that still makes music that makes people think and isn’t all about creating hits Music as a product is okay, but it’s a different world from the kind of world bands like The Dear Hunter operate in where people want music that provides them a little bit more The discipline of creating music and treating it like work comes from his parents The feeling of euphoria after completing a piece of work is worth any amount time or work We chat about the graphic novel for Act I How Kevin Pereira making the orchestra for Act IV happen How Act IV is like the culmination of every element The Dear Hunter have incorporated into their sound And a whole bunch more stuff! Casey is a very open and honest guy, and his passion shines through in this interview. I hope you enjoy it. Featured Music Intro: Voodoo Puppets – Electric Chair Blues (used under CC licence, you can check it out here). The Dear Hunter - The Old Haunt The Dear Hunter - Wait The Dear Hunter - Ouroboros I make no claim to the copyright of any of the music in this episode. Links 'Act IV: Rebirth in Reprise' is available now through Equal Vison Records. You can get it, and the rest of their discography, over here. Please check them out on Face

How to Design Your Bike Trip & The Future of Adventure Cycle Touring : Epic Bike Rides With Casey Greene : Zero To Travel Podcast  

In this - the final episode of our Epic Bike Rides Week series -, I speak with Casey Greene.

Casey works as a cartographer for the Adventure Cycling Association – a non-profit organisation that aims to inspire people to explore the world by bike. That means Casey gets paid to create and update maps and bike routes. What an exciting job!

Casey is also a pioneer in a new form of bike touring. In this episode, he talks about that, what it means for the future of bike touring, and how to plan the perfect bike trip.

Listen in to find out:

The two different ways to view adventure cycling
How to make a map
How to design an adventure
The best way to fly on your way to and from a bike trip
What pack biking is
The future of cycle touring
The most accessible bike rides for beginners
How the Adventure Cycling Association helps cyclists

Resources Mentioned

Casey Greene’s blog
Adventure Cycling Association
How To Quit Your Job and Travel the World
How I Design Adventure

To listen to the other podcast episodes in this series, see the cycle touring archive.

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The 2011 Casey Anthony trial became the most sensational news story of the year. Time magazine called it the social media trial of the century. The 22-year-old single mom was charged with three felonies including first degree murder, aggravated child abuse and manslaughter. When pictures surfaced on the internet showing her at a nightclub shortly after her two-year-old daughter, Caylee, went missing, the media and public went ballistic. Thirty-one days passed after Caylee disappeared before police were notified and then it was not mother Casey, but her family that called police and they were pointing fingers at her.  The trial resembled in many ways the Roman Colosseum, where crowds thirsted to see lions devour the captured prisoner. Internet blogs exploded, just as the Roman crowds must have, with demands for execution. The trial's streaming videos and interactive blogs left the public demanding to see an embodiment of Caesar give his final “thumbs down” against their prize. The trial jury was another matter. Jurors cried as the evidence against her was so thin they had no choice but to find her "not guilty."  Almost unnoticed, a few leading journalists protested the media carnival that became the Casey Anthony trial. They objected to the one-sided narrative informing the court of public opinion forgetting there is a difference between someone appearing guilty and the requirement that prosecutors need to prove in court. The media‘s coverage is something we should discuss beginning with: Did police arrest the wrong person? Was the jury right deciding Casey Anthony was "not guilty"?  Was Casey's mother involved in a coverup of a crime aganst Caylee? Who was Cindy protecting, Casey or her husband, George? THE MEDIA'S COURT OF PUBLIC OPINION-CASEY ANTHONY-Keith Long

Ep. 120 - Casey Hupke  

------- Ep. 120 - Casey Hupke --------- Los Angeles-based motion designer and director Casey Hupke joins us this week to discuss the perks of working from home, the age-old debate of Mac vs PC with tons of tech nerd talk to boot, and some information about the game he’s developing with his wife. Andrew and I are both very proud to announce Learn Squared, a new form of art education we’ve co-founded with today’s guest Anthony Jones, as well as past guest Maciej Kuciara. We’ll be sharing more info in the coming weeks, and if you’d like to stay up to date please sign up for the newsletter at GUEST LINKS: Casey’s Website: Casey’s Twitter: Casey’s Vimeo: Zoic: ------------------------------ The Collective Newsletter: Subscribe on iTunes: Subscribe via RSS: Like us on Facebook: Follow us on Twitter: ------------------------------ SHOW NOTES: Apple Watch: Garmin Vivofit: Dungeons & Dragons: Raoul Marks’ Semi Permanent Titles: Razer Blade laptop: Thor V2 Case: GMUNK x Windows: XParticles Ori and the Blind Forest: “Never lie to your producers. If you’re in a bind, tell someone immediately - don’t wait until it’s too late.” -Casey Hupke The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are solely those of the speakers and do not necessarily reflect the views of their employers.

Harold Wilson Organizing After Death Row  

Harold C. Wilson is still fighting -- even though he's been 'free' since November 2005. He's been off Death Row since his acquittal on *three* counts of murder by a Philadelphia jury on retrial. DNA evidence proved his innocence of the crimes, after 17 years on Death Row -- years that have left him almost broken in health, but not in mind. He's fighting these days to teach people what the death penalty really means -- not in theory, but in fact. He's been forced to work to build the Harold C. Wilson Foundation, to create awareness about what it means for people to live on Death Row, how easily prosecutors and judges can railroad people there, and also to impact public policy about how those who are exonerated should be meaningfully remunerated upon their release. Speaking recently at a panel discussion on the death penalty at Philadelphia's Drexel University, Wilson explained: "My life was gone, and no one in the system cared about my innocence. Even when one tries to fight for the rights one is granted by the Constitution, you are immediately beaten down mentally ...." [Qari, Ali, "Death penalty 'is not a simple question'," The Triangle (Nov. 10, 2006).] In describing his experiences Wilson told those assembled: "Imagine your hands and your feet chained whenever you left your room. Imagine living in a room the size of your standard bathroom. Imagine being told you could only shower twice a week. Imagine seeing bodies bloodied and beaten before you. I do not have to imagine. I lived it for 17 years." [Ibid.] Harold C. Wilson is working to build his foundation, not just to teach folks about the horrors of Death Row, but because he hasn't been able to get a real job since his release. In part, that's because of his health problems spawned by living so many years in cold cells on bare concrete. It's also because potential employers can't get past his three murder convictions -- as if the acquittals don't really matter! He therefore has had to grab the bull by the horns, and engage in public speaking about the worst years in his life, instead of private employment, where he could try to rebuild what's left of his life and family. Wilson returned to a world with an elderly mother, a son in Iraq (who has since re-enlisted!), and a daughter who works -- in of all places -- as a *prison guard* -- in another state. If you want to know about life on America's Death Row, Harold Wilson is quite able to tell you, or your group. Contact the Harold C. Wilson Foundation, at: Ph.#: (215) 834-4676 Mail: P.O. Box 32084, Phila., PA 19146 email: Copyright 2007 Mumia Abu-Jamal

94 Glitter: LIVE! (w/ Adam Scott, Casey Wilson, Dan Levy)  

It's a special HDTGM All-Stars episode with guest co-hosts Adam Scott & Casey Wilson as well as special guest Dan Levy and they're talking all about Mariah Carey's Glitter. Recorded LIVE at Largo in Los Angeles, we get into why this movie is set in the 80s, what the deal is with Mariah’s friends Da Brat & the other one, Dice's death, and the true meaning of magical realism from the director's commentary track of the film. Plus, we ask what happened to Mariah's cat and talk about the transitions during audience Q&As! Pick up your copy of Deadpool Bi-Annual #1 written by Paul & Nick Giovannetti at or wherever comic books are sold!  Make sure to tune into the brand new season of The League on Wednesday nights at 10pm over on FXX and check out The Hotwives of Orlando now over at ! Also, check out Jason Mantzoukas in “They Came Together” on VOD, June Diane Raphael & Casey Wilson in ASS BACKWARDS for free on Netflix & HULU & Paul in OJ: The Musical available on VOD & iTunes! Don’t forget to grab yourself a brand new HDTGM Daredevil T-shirt over at the Earwolf store and a copy of Paul’s comic book Aliens Vs. Parker now available at !

#30: CASEY POWELL, Lacrosse legend, World Lacrosse Foundation, Speed Lacrosse  

Lacrosse legend, Casey Powell, shares his journey on and off the lacrosse field on The Brink of Midnight Podcast.  Casey Powell is one of the most accomplished lacrosse players in history. From winning NCAA (Syracuse University) and world championships (MLL, NLL), All Star and MVP titles, and being the face of the only major lacrosse video game on the market, he has truly done it all in the world of lacrosse. Like a lot of us, Casey was drawn to sport through imagination and backyard games. The first to have and hold a lacrosse stick in his small New York town, he developed an almost instant passion for lacrosse that underscores all that he does in the sport community today. Whether it's innovating through his new Speed Lacrosse, serving others through his World Lacrosse Foundation, or connecting one-on-one with youth players across the country, Casey's authenticity is undeniable and a unique mix of humility and style…the same mix he developed as a kid dodging clotheslines and apple trees, playing in the neighborhood.  Sports matter. From the lessons earned and community built around shared purpose, and this conversation will move you to think creatively about how to chase your passion while supporting your own community in profound ways.  For full show notes, visit: Contact: Connect: @brinkofmidnight (twitter, instagram, Facebook)

Risky Biz Soap Box: Bugcrowd founder and CEO Casey Ellis on the future of crowdsourced security  

In this edition of the Risky Business Soap Box podcast we chat with the founder and CEO of Bugcrowd, Casey Ellis, about the establishment of the bug bounty market and how things have shaped up. We also look at where it’s going.

The days of bounty programs being operated solely by large technology firms are long gone. Casey predicted that shift years ago. The question becomes, where will bounty programs be in three years from now?

Well, Casey doesn’t shy away from making some bold predictions. He thinks most enterprises will have vulnerability reporting mechanisms within two years, and a substantial proportion of those will offer rewards to bug hunters via companies like Bugcrowd.

He also sees bounty programs increasingly serving the specialist market.

You can find Casey on Twitter here.

Casey Morgan  

On August 7, 1997 Casey told his father and a co-worker that he had been threatened by some loggers. Casey and his father set-up a meeting for the following weekend to discuss what was going on. He left his shift at the Waffle House at 4:30am on the 8th and was last seen later that morning at a gas station in Marshall, Texas. His Isuzu truck was later found abandoned with bullets scattered all over the floor. Was Casey being scammed and finally caught on? Who would have had the motive to harm Casey? We will explore those questions in this episode of The Vanished.

Episode 199 - Casey with Cranberry Sauce (Casey, Crime Photographer)  

In a special bonus episode, just in time for Thanksgiving, we’ll hear ace cameraman Casey, Crime Photographer in a Turkey Day mystery. Can Casey save a reformed safecracker from being coerced into heist and finish in time for dinner with his girl Friday Ann Williams? Find out with Staats Cotsworth as Casey, with Jan Miner as Ann, in “Holiday,” originally aired on CBS on November 25, 1948.

7CEO 045: 8 Non-Negotiables Of Business Finance With Casey Graham  

How do you take control of your business finances without spending a bunch more time you don't have and reduce your stress? After starting & selling multiple companies, including a three-peat INC 5000 business, Casey Graham has put together "The 8 Non-Negotiables Of Business Finance" and he shares them in this recent training for business owners, Presidents and CEOs.   LINKS Apply for a Breakthrough Call with Casey: Email your top take-aways and learnings to   The 8 Non-Negotiables of Business Finance 1. Take Responsibility While you may not be an accountant or certified financial planner, you still must take responsibility for your personal and business finances. Casey learned this the hard way and ended up with a surprise tax bill one year because he wasn't engaged in the finances of the business. You must make a commitment to keep your eye on the finances and the system outlined in the following non-negotiables. 2. You Don't Have To Do It All Yourself Just because you're responsible doesn't mean you have to do all the work.  There are three people you need to create a financial system that will work for you. 1. Bookkeeper - this person pays the bills, handles data entry and keeps things organized 2. Controller - this person takes the date provided by the bookkeeper and creates reports that mean something for you and your business. They interpret the information and help you see what happened in the future as well as forecast what’s anticipated in the near future. 3. CFO - a part-time or fractional CFO will help you take your business further, faster. They help you see the bigger picture and make long-term decisions. 3. Stay Focused On The Goal What’s the most important number you and your team are focused on? If you have a goal you’re focused on, you’ll be much more likely to hit it versus getting pulled in different directions of options and possibilities. The number could be daily sales or new subscriptions or signed contracts - it depends on your business and the mission you’re on. Once you have this number, have your bookkeeper send a DAILY report of where you are with that goal. 4. Know Where You Are You must know where you are with your finances at all times. Visibility of your income and expenses month to date will help give you clarity and make real-time decisions. Most business owners receive a report on the 15th each month on how the previous month went. This “rearview mirror” approach will lead to getting stuck - you must be able to see where you are what’s coming ahead. I recommend getting a weekly snapshot report that shows you what the income and expenses are month-to-date and what is expected to happen the rest of the month. 5. Look Ahead As Much As You Look Back As important as knowing what happened in the past is to making decisions, you must be looking forward to predict what’s coming down the line as well. You can accomplish this with a 90-day forecast report you get weekly from the Controller. This report predicts what income and expenses look like in the next three months. You will be able to adjust your sales efforts and budgets for spending based on what you forecast. 6. Make Decisions Off Data Not Gut Looking ahead with your finances is important, but looking back shouldn’t be totally given up. Reviewing the previous month’s financials will give you great data to be able to make good decisions. Getting an ugly report out of the finance software in your inbox doesn’t have to be the only way you review the previous month. If you’re like most business owners, you prefer to see things in pictures/images. The controller should create simple graphs of your data so you can see what’s happening. It allows you to view trends for the year and how you need to adjust to optimize your business. 7. Pre-Determine The Business Profit It’s possible to decide ahead of time how much profit you will receive each month.

096: Casey Schwartz  



This week we talk to Casey Schwartz about the science of neuropsychoanalysis

CASEY SCHWARTZ is a graduate of Brown University and has a Masters Degree in psychodynamic neuroscience from University College London. She has worked as a staff writer at Newsweek/The Daily Beast, where she covered neuroscience, psychology, and psychiatry. Her writing has also appeared in The New York Times and The New York Sun. She lives in New York City.

Her first book is called In the Mind Fields: Exploring the New Science of Neuropsychoanalysis                  Our Sponsor this Week is Athletic Greens Click here to get 50% off your first order!!


In This Interview Casey and I Discuss... The One You Feed parable What neuropsychanalysis is Battling self doubt The importance of asking others for help The Don Draper approach to creativity Taking a "mind bath" The divide between neuroscience and psychoanalysis Freud's Boldest Idea: Transference Mapping transference in the brain The resurgence of the unconscious in current neuroscience research Avoiding the temptation to boil us down to chemicals Honoring the mystery of human life and behavior Reductionism vs holism in science The fantasy of the easy answer The oversimplification of the role of the amygdala The dangers of extrapolating animal studies to humans Psychoanalysis on patients who have had brain damage The uneven pathway of recovery Starving neural pathways that separate thought from feeling

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AA Ep. 202 - Casey Neistat: How to Get to 13 Million YouTube Views  

Casey Neistat is an American film director, producer, and creator of popular YouTube videos. While he has worked in almost every aspect of video making, he tells James that YouTube is his absolute passion. He chose to leave mainstream media for YouTube, which is the opposite of most YouTubers' aspirations. They talk about creative "ideas." Casey tells James that ideas matter very little – it's execution that matters. They talk about risk, too, and Casey has a great take on it. He tells James, "The most dangerous lifestyle anyone can live is the lifestyle where you play it safe." Casey probably disagrees with James more than anyone else James has ever interviewed.    

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