DiscoverSmash Notes
Smash Notes
Claim Ownership

Smash Notes

Author: Kirill Zubovsky

Subscribed: 0Played: 1
Share

Description

Weekly summary of the best podcasts on the internet, brought to you by SmashNotes.com Plus, occasional bonus segments on excitements, challenges, lessons and joys from the startup world.
9 Episodes
Reverse
Thank you for subscribing to Smash Notes podcast. This week's episode is one of the best to date.Here is what's included. Happiness: Sahil Lavingia is the founder of Gumroad, a company that helps creatives make money from their passion. Sahil has gone from being the second employee at Pinterest, to being featured on Forbes 30 Under 30, to living in a small town in Utah with a failing startup and fading glory in hands. All of that has taught him a thing or two about life, and the universe.  Conclusion? Life is a series of distractions from existential dread. Startups: Jonathan Sposato is a Seattle-based entrepreneur, and the only founder to have ever sold two companies to Google. He has been a local investor and leader for a number of years, and at one point decided he would only be investing in women entrepreneurs.What makes women entrepreneurs so special?Related: How do you get the best deals in venture capital? Education & Parenting: How much screen time is too much for your kids? There has been a lot of articles lately talking about screen time, how awful it is for the kids, and how rich people actually don't let their kids do any of it. But, one successful millionaire has a very different view. David Heinemeier Hansson thinks it's okay to let kids have as much screen time, as they want. He might be right, what do you think? Health and Fitness: Did you know cigarettes are really bad for you? Yup, cigarettes give you cancer! But did you know that  coffee can kill you too? Please don't try this at home. It won't be good for my subscriber statistics.If you are not subscribed to the Smash Notes Weekly, subscribe today and you'll be the first to get all the new segments, every Monday.Liked this episode? Tell your friends, and give us a 5-star.Love,Kirill
In this episode of Smash Notes I am focusing on healthcare, and primarily the cost of care, and how anti-vaccination groups are putting us all in danger. Sounds interesting, come along for the ride!Urgent Care or a Hospital, where should you go?Imagine yourself working with a table saw, a sharp circular blade spinning in the middle. You push a piece of wood through, yawn, and the next thing you know the blade is launched deep into your bone. Yayks! This is the story from a podcast called “An arm and a leg,” where a woodworker ended up in an emergency room due to a nary accident. Take a listen and find out about American healthcare, and how hospitals and patients are getting creative to pay the bills.https://smashnotes.com/p/an-arm-and-a-leg/e/to-get-paid-hospitals-get-creativeHow much does your healthcare cost?If you have healthcare, it might be easy to ignore the problems in the system, but did you know that you might be paying a 10x premium, comparing your neighbors. Ted Daily covers an episode where a team called up a bunch of hospitals and found out that not all hospitals, charge the same.https://smashnotes.com/p/ted-talks-daily/e/what-if-all-us-health-care-costs-were-transparent-jeanne-pinderGot healthcare, do you?Awesome, if you got healthcare, but that doesn’t mean you will get service. According to another episode of Ted, patients on Medicare could be in big trouble. Some offices refuse to see them, or delay the visits by months. Luckily, at least one doctor has figured out a way.https://smashnotes.com/p/ted-talks-daily/e/how-doctors-can-help-low-income-patients-and-still-make-a-profit-p-j-parmarShould children really be vaccinated?Just listen to this story about the world before vaccines, and see for yourself? Also in this episode, answer to whether vaccines are safe, how they work, and more.https://smashnotes.com/p/this-podcast-will-kill-you/e/ep-26-vaccines-part-1-let-s-hear-it-for-mauriceWhat’s the problem with people who chose not to vaccinate?TLDR, they may just kill everyone. The good news is, vaccines are very-very-very safe, so there’s hope.https://smashnotes.com/p/science-talk/e/vaccine-rejection-truth-and-consequencesThat’s it folks, this is it for today. If you are not putting Smash Notes in your ears yet, please subscribe to the podcast.https://smashnotes.com/subscribeTill next time!
Should you drink your own pee? How does pooping work? When is a good time to give up on your startup? What advice to give as a mentor? What does coffee have to do with strong opinions on the internet? All of that, in this episode of Smash Notes.If you have suggestions on what should go into the next episode, please email feedback@smashnotes.com or find us on twitter @SmashNotes.
This week's episode of Smash Notes features serious science, health, entrepreneurship and money. Listen and you will find out why sleep is actually extremely important for your body, why Melinda Gates nearly quit Microsoft, how a tiny startup is saving our planet and more.At the end of the episode you will also get to hear a music piece by Cade Legat. If you are into Dance & EDM, you just might digg it. Take a listen and enjoy!
In this episode we have the story of Justin Kan drowning in the Pacific Ocean, Chamath Palihapitiya telling his investors that he's not a slave, Lambda School founder Austen Allred sharing his story on going from broke to woke in one simple Kickstarter, the startup boy Naval Ravikant sharing his wisdom on wealth, and more.
SmashNotes.com creates summaries of most interesting podcasts on the web and Smash Notes Podcast covers those summaries in an audio form. Signup for Smash Notes and Smash Notes podcast and never miss the most interesting development in the world of podcasts. News, Tech, Business, Startups, Dating and Fitness, whatever it is, we will find it.
Comments 
loading
Download from Google Play
Download from App Store