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Mathew Passy

Mathew Passy, The Podcast Consultant, has over 15 years of experience in the broadcasting industry, with 10 of those years focused specifically on podcasting, both for major broadcast organizations like The Wall Street Journal, and for individual clients all over the world
Recent episodes featuring Mathew Passy
Trader talk: Every BEEP matters | EP39
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Art of Boring
Equity trader, Jeff Wilson, delves into the in-house “B-E-E-P” framework the trading team has built: Best Execution, Education, and Process. “To achieve the most consistent amount of positive outcomes, you can't actually impact the outcome, but you can impact the process that develops outcomes.”
Theresa Grentz - The First Full-Time Head Coach (EP.34)
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The Scarlet Spotlight
The Scarlet Spotlight welcomes Hall of Fame head coach Theresa Grentz to the podcast for Episode 34. The longtime Rutgers women's basketball coach led the RU program for 20 years from the mid-1970s to the mid-1990s, mentoring some of the best players in RU history. Grentz discusses becoming the first full-time, women's basketball head coach in the nation, headlining doubleheaders with the men's program at the RAC and fighting for equal opportunities for her players. She touches on the coaching careers of her graduates, and the work ethic she tried to instill in her team en route to the 1982 AIAW national title. In The Scarlet Six, Danny and Jon talk about Big Ten football media day, the new RU baseball head coach and more in our mid-summer edition. Learn more and stay up to date at Email - Join the Facebook Group - The Scarlet Spotlight Follow the show on Twitter - @scarletspotRU Instagram - @thescarletspotlight/ Follow Danny Breslauer on Twitter: @DannyBreslauer Follow Jon Newman on Twitter: @jonnew
Brett Fogle - Click and Grow Rich (EP.72)
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Opt Out Life
Some of us are born entrepreneurs, and some of us discover it by happenstance.  Today’s guest is Brett Fogle, he’s the serial type of entrepreneur, who started as a kid by selling “Mailbox beautification” services around his neighborhood. From those beginnings, he grew up and each new venture has brought him a new lesson, and by now, Brett has compiled those hard earned lessons into a system that any entrepreneur can use to make money without the risks that cause most ventures to fail. That system is the basis for Brett’s book, Click and Grow Rich. The book is an outgrowth of Brett’s work as a mentor, and business partner, with entrepreneurs launching their first online brand or business. And its contents are a full-on playbook of both the opportunities that exist online, and how to take advantage of them, no matter who you are. More at Learn more and follow the hosts at
Ep 20: Saul Griffith, Founder of Otherlab
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My Climate Journey
Today’s guest is Saul Griffith, the founder of Otherlab. Saul is a prolific inventor and entrepreneur but was trained as an engineer. He received his Ph.D. at MIT in the junction between materials science and information theory. Prior to MIT, Saul studied in Sydney, Australia and at UC Berkeley in metallurgical engineering. Since graduating in 2004 he has started numerous technology companies based in the Bay Area including Makani Power 2007-acquired by Google, Instructables 2006-acquired by Autodesk and Squid Labs 2004-2007. Saul has been awarded numerous awards for invention and was named a MacArthur Fellow in 2007. Saul holds multiple patents and patents pending in textiles, optics, nanotechnology, energy production, manufacturing and smart geometry. Otherlab is an independent research & design lab that pairs creativity & rigor to innovations in sustainable energy and robotics. In this episode we discuss: Saul’s childhood experiences that led him to care about the environment and his interest in engineering and robotics, which resulted in his unique views on how to approach the problem of climate change The type of work Saul and his team are doing at Otherlab, including process, projects, success criteria, and how they partner with orgs like ARPA-E and the government The role and importance of hydrocarbon companies in the climate issue, and Saul’s unique idea for how to mobilize them effectively Saul’s idea for a new financial product focused on enabling home electrification for individual families The evolving role of Silicon Valley Saul’s thoughts on climate math and the future I hope you enjoy the show! You can find me on twitter @jjacobs22 or @mcjpod and via email at, where I encourage you to share feedback on episodes and/or suggestions for guests/topics you'd like to see covered in the future. Links for topics discussed in this episode: Saul Griffith’s LinkedIn: Otherlab: Otherlab Twitter: James Hansen: Sunfolding:
The Connection is in the Intersection with Simma Lieberman of the Everyday Conversations on Race  Podcast
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Simma Lieberman remembers bits and pieces from that iconic day in Washington, D.C. She was young, and faintly recalls Martin Luther King giving his world-famous speech, “I Have a Dream”. But what she remembers most about that day are the people. People from different families, different backgrounds, all united by the shared belief that equality is integral to a better life for all people. She knew then that she wanted to devote her life to this cause. Starting her work in New York, Simma was first trained in facilitating dialogue between diverse cultural groups. Eventually she parlayed the knowledge she gained there into work as a “diversity and inclusion/culture change consultant”. In the time since, she has worked as a consultant for Fortune 500 companies and written several books on the topic. Despite her decades of experience, Simma still remains curious. “The best thing for me is when I learn something I didn’t know,” Simma says of conversations with her pocast guests. While Simma has always enjoyed the work she does to increase diversity and cultural understanding, she lamented the fact that she was not reaching a wider audience. Creating a podcast has given her the platform to reach listeners on a global level. It has also given her the chance to get to know local podcasters in her community, where she goes to meet up groups to stay up to date on the best practices in podcasting. One of her strengths, she says of her work, is the gift of getting people to open up, which is key if you’re going to get two people to see eye to eye. “We’re not just one identity, but we’re so many different identities, and that’s really where we find a lot of the connections. And after we find the connections, it’s easier to talk about differences.” Key Topics Introducing Simma and her podcast. [00:46] Reason for starting the podcast. [01:58] Why she chose podcasting as a medium for the message. [02:53] Challenges in producing a podcast. [04:58] Interpersonal challenges that arise when doing a show like this. [06:16] Simma’s favorite moments from the shows. [09:31] Color of Change charity. [12:20] Advice for potential podcasters. [14:30] See the show notes at Podcast Links Social Media Charity Link Thanks for listening!
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Nov 18th, 1980
Cherry Hill, NJ, USA
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1 month, 3 weeks