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A series about what it's really like to start a business.
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anj tram

why are all the 'without fail' episodes double posted?

Mar 1st
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Katri Valkamo

anj tram wondering the same thing! same episode as in without fail....

Mar 1st
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Fed X

awesome!

Feb 21st
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Achour Amazouz

that's cheating. without fail was already advertised in this channel...

Feb 16th
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Kate Hess

it seems like the commercials are long and repetitive. does this happen in Reply-All? sometimes I forget what I was listening to they go so long.

Feb 11th
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Dan Rioux

educational!

Feb 7th
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Douglas Van Aartsen

I've been listening to the podcast of the Success Academy. I must say that the podcast is imminently fair. It provides the strengths of a place like Success Academy who does a great job with lots of kids and especially lots of kids who would not ordinarily have a shot at college or even a basic education. But it speaks about the limitations of there regemented style as well. Not everyone is going to thrive under a high demand formula, and not every parent/family is willing to make the priority of their children more important than their own comfort and peace of mind. So with vast improvement Success Academy is able to achieve in outcomes for many children there will be some students who will be left outside of that success along the way. It also shows the strength of the 'normal" public school. It is able to make allowances for some behavior and effort that a high demand and high functioning school cannot. Unfortunately that means making the lowest functioning children the standard by which the classroom will be measured." I was a public school teacher in the late 70's in rural Iowa, and even then we teachers would say to each other (and this was in a school system where more than half of the students would attend college) that if we could get back to seeing education as a privelege rather than a right and be able to move some of the disruptive children out of the normal education classrooms the level of education and accomplishment for the majority of the children would be much improved. If that was so then, I can only imagine how much more it must be true today. Given the oppositon to raising taxes and the iron fist of the teacher's union, I'm afraid we are going to have to choose our maxim. Will we strive for the best education for the majority of our students or will we allow the most needy children to lower the quality of the education for the majority of the students so that these more needy students can succeed at a higher level. I have never seen an answer that rewards and challenges the average and superior students, while not leaving the others behind. I've heard of a few really, really, gifted teachers who can pull this off for their own classroom, but their techniques were not transferable to a teachr of more modest gifts. Thanks for your good work and helping me to think constructively about this. I just wish that there were some easy answer.

Dec 18th
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Logan Maddox

This is my new favorite podcast! I love the moment that you are starting!

Nov 4th
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Patrick McKinney

If people are interested in hearing some good arguments against the complementarian view and for women leadership in churches, check out the Almost Heretical podcast. they have a series on this topic.

Sep 5th
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Ashish Abraham

can u tell please John to watch a guy called Alpha M and read How to win friends and influence People by Dale Carnegie. I know it not directly related but I think it will help man. Thanks guys

Aug 30th
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Douglas Van Aartsen

I am a retired pastor who helped start several churches. I enjoy the honesty in this series. This is a very brave church planting couple. The theological battles spoken about in episode four are difficult for many established conservative and some evangelical churches.

Aug 8th
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Kathryn Whitbourne

Im loving this series on the church plant. It really captures the tension between working for God and for yourself

Aug 2nd
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Travis Tweet

love the show, its my first time hearing about serial

Jul 18th
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Dimitri

Do they ever stop crying?

Jul 18th
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Luis Ramirez

religion is a great way to make money, it's also a sham.

Jun 29th
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Aditya Vettikunnel

this is an amazing story

May 17th
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Black Butterfly

Great series on Backstage Capital. So much courage in the face of uncertainty. Can't wait for the next episode!! Cliffhanger.

May 12th
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Anthony Perry

starting to get pretty liberal

Nov 25th
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Judy Hines

wish I could purchase the song! What a talent!

Oct 10th
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Janet Jiang

When I saw the title, I thought it would be success stories like many other podcasts. After I listened to one episode, I knew I was wrong. This podcast teaches me StartUp is not a fancy word. It's really the hard thing of hard things.

Sep 23rd
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Josefine Olsson

Janet Jiang ååå

Jan 30th
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Alina Ann Zachariah

it's nice to hear about Start up

Sep 21st
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