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Searching for a podcast filled to the brim with the best from thought leaders? Open to reframing the way you think about money, emotions, behavior, and time? Take The Long View® with Matt Hall will help you learn to live richly. Subscribe now for stories and conversations that will put the odds of long-term success on your side.
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Tammira Philippe is the embodiment of the American dream. The first in her family to go to college and now the CEO of Bridgeway Capital Management, Tammira has paved a purposeful path for herself and her organization. Enjoy this episode as Matt talks with Tammira about her journey from Channelview, Texas, to the boardroom. Hear how Matt insulted Tammira a decade ago, how Tammira believes balance is boring, and her take on the essential qualities of a leader.   More about Tammira Tammira began her career at Bridgeway in 2005. She is President and Chief Executive Officer of Bridgeway Capital Management and is a member of the firm’s Board of Directors and Portfolio Innovation and Risk Committee. As President, Tammira’s responsibilities include developing and executing the firm’s strategy, overseeing all operations, and contributing to the marketing and client service efforts. Before becoming President, Tammira led strategy and operations projects at Bridgeway from 2005 to 2010 and was Head of Client Service and Marketing from 2010 to 2016.   Tammira earned an MBA from Stanford’s Graduate School of Business and graduated summa cum laude with a BS in Computer Science from Texas A&M University. Her experience before Bridgeway includes strategy consulting with McKinsey & Company and business development and marketing for a global satellite communications startup. She is passionate about promoting education and social justice and volunteers with organizations focused on those missions. Tammira serves on the Texas A&M University Computer Science and Engineering Advisory Council. She previously served as a board member for the Education Foundation of Harris County and as a member of the Advisory Board of the Terry Foundation. This scholarship provider supported Tammira’s education. Thanks for listening!Be sure to subscribe now on Apple, Google, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, or wherever you like to listen to podcasts. Follow the Take the Long View Podcast on Instagram @takethelongviewpodcast and Facebook, and follow host Matt Hall on Instagram @matthallstl, Twitter @matthallhig, or on LinkedIn Connect with the Hill Investment Group on Instagram @hill_investment_group, Facebook @hillinvestmentgroup, Twitter @takethelongview, and on LinkedInWe love our listeners! If you would like to drop us a line or be a guest on the show, please contact Matt.
David Coggins joins Matt to discuss his latest book, The Optimist, A Case for the Fly Fishing Life - a thoughtful and beautifully crafted book about fishing, travel, friendship, and more. In this episode hear about Coggins’s experiences fishing all over the world, and what the beauty of taking time away from the normal productivity grind can do for your longer view. About David Coggins David Coggins is the author of Men and Manners and the New York Times bestseller Men and Style. He writes about fly fishing for Robb Report and tailoring, drinking, and travel for numerous publications, including the Financial Times, Bloomberg Pursuits, and Condé Nast Traveler. Coggins lives in New York and fishes regularly in the Catskills, Wisconsin, and Montana.   Thanks for listening!Be sure to subscribe now on Apple, Google, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, or wherever you like to listen to podcasts. Follow the Take the Long View Podcast on Instagram @takethelongviewpodcast and Facebook, and follow host Matt Hall on Instagram @matthallstl, Twitter @matthallhig, or on LinkedIn Connect with the Hill Investment Group on Instagram @hill_investment_group, Facebook @hillinvestmentgroup, Twitter @takethelongview, and on LinkedInWe love our listeners! If you would like to drop us a line or be a guest on the show, please contact Matt.
What is an encore quest? What’s it have to do with Serena Williams? Matt talks with celebrated author Gerald Marzorati about picking up serious tennis in his 60s and his new book on Serena Williams. Gerry shares his love of the sport, lessons learned trying to master the game, and what he observed spending more than a year following Serena Williams, plus what Gerry says should be Williams’ “Disney Movie ending” triumph. About Gerald Marzorati Gerald Marzorati was the editor of The New York Times Magazine from 2003 until 2010. He previously worked as an editor at Harper’s magazine and The New Yorker. He is the author of Seeing Serena, Late to the Ball, and A Painter of Darkness, which won the PEN/Martha Albrand Award for a first book of nonfiction. His writing about tennis has appeared in The New York Times and on NewYorker.com. Thanks for listening!Be sure to subscribe now on Apple, Google, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, or wherever you like to listen to podcasts. Follow the Take the Long View Podcast on Instagram @takethelongviewpodcast and Facebook, and follow host Matt Hall on Instagram @matthallstl, Twitter @matthallhig, or on LinkedIn Connect with the Hill Investment Group on Instagram @hill_investment_group, Facebook @hillinvestmentgroup, Twitter @takethelongview, and on LinkedIn We love our listeners! If you would like to drop us a line or be a guest on the show, please contact Matt.  
Are you ready to know yourself? Want to understand better what leads to happiness? Legendary thinker Dr. Robert Cloninger is just the person to get to the bottom of the science behind who we are and why we do what we do. In this, a rare podcast with Dr. Cloninger, Matt pulls many of the most important insights for you to consider in your own life. About C. Robert Cloninger MD, PhD - Psychiatry   Robert Cloninger is Director of the Anthropedia Institute and Professor Emeritus at Washington University in St. Louis.  He was Wallace Renard Professor of Psychiatry, Professor of Genetics, Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences, and Director of the Sansone Family Center for Well-Being at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis until July 2019. The Anthropedia Institute is the research and advisory component of the Anthropedia Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to development of human well-being through initiatives in health care and education.  He is widely cited and honored for his innovative biopsychosocial research that spans the genetics, neurobiology, development, psychology, brain imaging, and assessment of personality and psychopathology. His personality inventories have been used in more than 6000 peer-reviewed publications around the world and he is one of the most highly cited scientists in the world across all fields (top 0.01 percentile).   He received his B.A. with High Honors and Special Honors in Philosophy, Psychology, and Anthropology from the University of Texas at Austin, 1966.  He received his M.D. from Washington University in 1970, and Honorary Doctorates from the University of Umea in 1983 (MD in Genetics) and University of Gothenburg in 2012 (PhD in Psychology).      Dr. Cloninger has published ten books and over 600 articles in psychiatry, psychology, and genetics.   His recent books include Feeling Good: The Science of Well-Being by Oxford University Press, Origins of Altruism and Cooperation by Springer, and Personality and Psychopathology by American Psychiatric Press.  Among his many awards, Dr. Cloninger has received the American Psychiatric Association’s Adolf Meyer Award (1993) and Judd Marmor Award (2009), and lifetime achievement awards from the American Society of Addiction Medicine (2000) and the International Society of Psychiatric Genetics (2003). He received the Oskar Pfister Award in 2014 from the American Association of Professional Chaplains and the American Psychiatric Association for his contributions to dialogue between psychiatry, religion, and spirituality.  He is a fellow of the American Academy for the Advancement of Science and of the National Academy of Medicine in the USA.    Thanks for listening!Be sure to subscribe now on Apple, Google, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, or wherever you like to listen to podcasts. Follow the Take the Long View Podcast on Instagram @takethelongviewpodcast and Facebook, and follow host Matt Hall on Instagram @matthallstl, Twitter @matthallhig, or on LinkedIn Connect with the Hill Investment Group on Instagram @hill_investment_group, Facebook @hillinvestmentgroup, Twitter @takethelongview, and on LinkedInWe love our listeners! If you would like to drop us a line or be a guest on the show, please contact Matt.
When we know better, do we do better? Why are there so many areas in our lives where we need reminders and prodding to make things happen? In this episode, host Matt Hall is joined by bestselling author Dr. Daniel Crosby who helps explain the “knowing-doing gap,” the three Es for changing our behavior, and why constant praise is not the best way to raise successful children. More About Dr. Daniel Crosby Educated at Brigham Young and Emory Universities, Dr. Daniel Crosby is a psychologist and behavioral finance expert who helps organizations understand the intersection of mind and markets. Dr. Crosby's first book, Personal Benchmark: Integrating Behavioral Finance and Investment Management, was a New York Times bestseller. His second book, The Laws of Wealth, was named the best investment book of 2017 by the Axiom Business Book Awards and translated into seven languages. His latest work, The Behavioral Investor, is a comprehensive look at the neurology, physiology and psychology of sound financial decision-making. When he is not consulting around market psychology, Daniel enjoys exploring the American South, fanatically following St. Louis Cardinals baseball, and spending time with his wife and three children.   Thanks for listening!Be sure to subscribe now on Apple, Google, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, or wherever you like to listen to podcasts. Follow the Take the Long View Podcast on Instagram @takethelongviewpodcast and Facebook, and follow host Matt Hall on Instagram @matthallstl, Twitter @matthallhig, or on LinkedIn Connect with the Hill Investment Group on Instagram @hill_investment_group, Facebook @hillinvestmentgroup, Twitter @takethelongview, and on LinkedInWe love our listeners! If you would like to drop us a line or be a guest on the show, please contact Matt.
A year out from the fear and uncertainty that caused the rapid pandemic-driven market crash of 2020, the financial media is back at it again with what they do best: spinning stories about the latest must-have investments. In this episode, Matt Hall explains why the boring route is the satisfying road to successful investing. Thanks for listening!Be sure to subscribe now on Apple, Google, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, or wherever you like to listen to podcasts. Follow the Take the Long View Podcast on Instagram @takethelongviewpodcast and Facebook, and follow host Matt Hall on Instagram @matthallstl, Twitter @matthallhig, or on LinkedIn Connect with the Hill Investment Group on Instagram @hill_investment_group, Facebook @hillinvestmentgroup, Twitter @takethelongview, and on LinkedInWe love our listeners! If you would like to drop us a line or be a guest on the show, please contact Matt.   Performance data discussed represents hypothetical past performance. This data is intended for educational purposes only and does not show the historical or expected results of any specific investor or Hill client. Data discussed is in US dollars. Indices are not available for direct investment and performance does not reflect expenses of an actual portfolio. Past performance is not a guarantee of future results. Current performance may be higher or lower than the performance discussed. The Investment return and principal value of an investment will fluctuate so that an Investor's shares, when redeemed, may be worth more or less than their original cost.
Want to know what the most popular episode of this season is? Want to know what Matt thinks of the GameStop madness? Join host Matt as he shares his thoughts on his distaste for playing the “game” of investing. Matt uses a classic story of “The Man in the Green Bathrobe” to remind us of how to avoid the mistakes we are wired to make. Plus, you can get a free copy of what Matt thinks is the best personal finance book ever written. Thanks for listening!Be sure to subscribe now on Apple, Google, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, or wherever you like to listen to podcasts. Follow the Take the Long View Podcast on Instagram @takethelongviewpodcast and Facebook, and follow host Matt Hall on Instagram @matthallstl, Twitter @matthallhig, or on LinkedIn Connect with the Hill Investment Group on Instagram @hill_investment_group, Facebook @hillinvestmentgroup, Twitter @takethelongview, and on LinkedInWe love our listeners! If you would like to drop us a line or be a guest on the show, please contact Matt.  
Laura Vanderkam is the authority on time management and productivity.  Her goal is simple and powerful - to help us spend time on the things that matter and less on what doesn’t. Laura has five children, has written a number of successful books, hosts three podcasts, and has a TED talk that’s been viewed over 11 million times! How does she do it all? What are her best tips? Listen to find out. Thanks for listening!Be sure to subscribe now on Apple, Google, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, or wherever you like to listen to podcasts. Follow the Take the Long View Podcast on Instagram @takethelongviewpodcast and Facebook, and follow host Matt Hall on Instagram @matthallstl, Twitter @matthallhig, or on LinkedIn Connect with the Hill Investment Group on Instagram @hill_investment_group, Facebook @hillinvestmentgroup, Twitter @takethelongview, and on LinkedInWe love our listeners! If you would like to drop us a line or be a guest on the show, please contact Matt.  
Morgan Housel just wrote the book you need to read. Matt calls it the best personal finance book he’s read. The Psychology of Money: Timeless Lessons on Wealth, Greed, and Happiness, features short stories exploring the strange ways we think about money and teaches us how to make better sense of life's most important topics. In this episode, Housel shares insights into his own investing strategies, an event that shaped his outlook on risk, a story about a janitor who left behind millions of dollars to charity, and why behavior is the most important factor in mastering your financial life.  More about Morgan Housel Morgan is a partner at the Collaborative Fund and former columnist at The Motley Fool and The Wall Street Journal. He's a two-time winner of the Best in Business Award from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers, winner of The New York Times Sidney Award, and a two-time finalist for the Gerald Loeb Award for Distinguished Business and Financial Journalism. Morgan has presented at more than 100 conferences in a dozen countries. He speaks about behavioral finance and history using storytelling to explore how investors deal with risk and how we can think about risk in a more productive way. Thanks for listening!Be sure to subscribe now on Apple, Google, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, or wherever you like to listen to podcasts. Follow the Take the Long View Podcast on Instagram @takethelongviewpodcast and Facebook, and follow host Matt Hall on Instagram @matthallstl, Twitter @matthallhig, or on LinkedIn Connect with the Hill Investment Group on Instagram @hill_investment_group, Facebook @hillinvestmentgroup, Twitter @takethelongview, and on LinkedInWe love our listeners! If you would like to drop us a line or be a guest on the show, please contact Matt.
Tyson Weihs changed the game for pilots. Some people have said he's responsible for the best aviation software ever produced and single-handedly dragged the aviation world forward. In this episode, Tyson takes us on his career journey, noting pivotal moments, like when Steve Jobs first saw his company's App. Tyson is an entrepreneur, co-founder, and CEO of ForeFlight LLC, the market-leading provider of critically acclaimed, essential, integrated flight application software for aviation. Since its founding in 2007, the company has grown into a multi-national operation with offices in the US and Europe. ForeFlight serves personal, business, military, and commercial flight operations worldwide and has been recognized for the impact it has made in improving flight safety. Tyson serves on several boards, including the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum. In 2020, Tyson will be inducted into the Texas Aviation Hall of Fame. Thanks for listening!Be sure to subscribe now on Apple, Google, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, or wherever you like to listen to podcasts. Follow the Take the Long View Podcast on Instagram @takethelongviewpodcast and Facebook, and follow host Matt Hall on Instagram @matthallstl, Twitter @matthallhig, or on LinkedIn Connect with the Hill Investment Group on Instagram @hill_investment_group, Facebook @hillinvestmentgroup, Twitter @takethelongview, and on LinkedInWe love our listeners! If you would like to drop us a line or be a guest on the show, please contact Matt.
You know Joe Buck’s voice but you likely don’t know Joe. Matt didn’t either, but he feels like he knows more now and is loving what he’s learning. The Joe Buck you know is a hugely successful, Emmy-winning broadcaster/entertainer. He is the announcer of the most significant sporting events in the country, maybe the world— Super Bowls, World Series, and more. Joe recently Zoom bombed HIG’s morning meeting and after the encounter Matt picked up Joe’s 2016 book, Lucky Bastard: My Life, My Dad and the Things I’m Not Allowed to Say on TV. Joe is also showing a new side of himself through his podcast, Daddy Issues (cohosted with his pal Oliver Hudson). As the podcast and book titles suggest, Joe can laugh at himself— and Matt predicts that post listening to this fantastic episode, you’ll have a new appreciation and understanding for the voice that brings us the biggest moments. Thanks for listening!Be sure to subscribe now on Apple, Google, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, or wherever you like to listen to podcasts. Follow the Take the Long View Podcast on Instagram @takethelongviewpodcast and Facebook, and follow host Matt Hall on Instagram @matthallstl, Twitter @matthallhig, or on LinkedIn Connect with the Hill Investment Group on Instagram @hill_investment_group, Facebook @hillinvestmentgroup, Twitter @takethelongview, and on LinkedInWe love our listeners! If you would like to drop us a line or be a guest on the show, please contact Matt.
Dan Villalon understands the technical elements of a variety of subjects including: investing, winemaking, surfboard construction, and homemade ukuleles. It’s one thing to understand a complex and intricate topic and another to have the ability to translate it in a palatable, understandable format the way Dan does.  During the pandemic, many people have started making things, bread being one of them. There is something liberating about using your hands to construct something. In this episode, Dan elaborates on one of his favorite quotes by renowned American physicist Richard Feynman. “What I cannot create I do not understand.” Thanks for listening!Be sure to subscribe now on Apple, Google, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, or wherever you like to listen to podcasts. Follow the Take the Long View Podcast on Instagram @takethelongviewpodcast and Facebook, and follow host Matt Hall on Instagram @matthallstl, Twitter @matthallhig, or on LinkedIn Connect with the Hill Investment Group on Instagram @hill_investment_group, Facebook @hillinvestmentgroup, Twitter @takethelongview, and on LinkedInWe love our listeners! If you would like to drop us a line or be a guest on the show, please contact Matt.
Photographer Gray Malin creates iconic images synonymous with travel. His work has taken him all over the world. In this episode, he shares stories behind select images, including how it took three years for his vision of photographing painted sheep to come to life and the surprising thing that happened during the shoot that took the images to the next level. Gray Malin’s views from above give a unique perspective. Hear about his first job in Hollywood, what inspires him and where he wants to travel to next.   Thanks for listening!Be sure to subscribe now on Apple, Google, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, or wherever you like to listen to podcasts. Follow the Take the Long View Podcast on Instagram @takethelongviewpodcast and Facebook, and follow host Matt Hall on Instagram @matthallstl, Twitter @matthallhig, or on LinkedIn Connect with the Hill Investment Group on Instagram @hill_investment_group, Facebook @hillinvestmentgroup, Twitter @takethelongview, and on LinkedIn We love our listeners! If you would like to drop us a line or be a guest on the show, please contact Matt.
Zibby Owens has been called New York’s most powerful book-fluencer. Zibby is building a community and a strong base of fans through her award-winning podcast Moms Don’t Have Time to Read Books. Listen to Matt’s conversation with Zibby covering stories that make Matt cry, the value of a Harvard MBA, having Blackstone founder Stephen Schwarzman as your dad, and much more.   In her own podcast, Zibby talks with authors to give her busy listeners the inside scoop. Not Surprisingly, in September 2019, Oprah Magazine listed her podcast as one of the “21 of the Best Book Podcasts to Listen to When You’re Not Reading.” Beyond her podcast, Zibby is a writer and published her first article, a personal essay for Seventeen magazine when she was in high school and has been writing ever since. Her work has appeared in the Washington Post, the New York Times, Parents, Real Simple, Redbook, Marie Claire, Shape,  SELF, Modern Bride, TODAY Parents, Huff Post, Scary Mommy, What’s Up Moms, Kveller, Mommy Nearest and many others.  She has appeared on Good Morning America, Good Day LA, Good Day DC, ABC-7 Eyewitness News, and NY1. A graduate of Yale University and Harvard Business School, Zibby has a marketing and branding background. She currently lives in the New York area with her four children ages 5-12 and her husband, Kyle Owens. Thanks for listening!Be sure to subscribe now on Apple, Google, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, or wherever you like to listen to podcasts. Follow the Take the Long View Podcast on Instagram @takethelongviewpodcast and Facebook, and follow host Matt Hall on Instagram @matthallstl, Twitter @matthallhig, or on LinkedIn Connect with the Hill Investment Group on Instagram @hill_investment_group, Facebook @hillinvestmentgroup, Twitter @takethelongview, and on LinkedIn We love our listeners! If you would like to drop us a line or be a guest on the show, please contact Matt.
Carl Richards is one of the best in the world at connecting money and emotion in ways real people can understand. He is a Certified Financial Planner™, and the creator of the Sketch Guy column, appearing weekly in The New York Times since 2010. And Carl has over 800 simple sketches that will get you thinking and talking about what really matters in your life. Carl's also been featured on Marketplace Money, oprah.com and forbes.com. He has become a frequent keynote speaker at financial planning conferences and visual learning events around the world. Through his writing, speaking and sketches, Carl makes complex financial concepts, easy to understand. His work also serves as the foundation for his two books, The One-Page Financial Plan: A Simple Way to Be Smart About Your Money, and The Behavior Gap: Simple Ways to Stop Doing Dumb Things with Money. His sketches have appeared in shows at the Kimball Art Center in Park City, Utah, at Parsons School of Design in New York City, the Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa, California, and an exhibit at the Mansion House in London. His commission work is on display in businesses and educational institutions around the globe. Carl currently resides in London with his family and is available for speaking engagements and conferences both nationally and internationally. What's more though, Matt Hall counts Carl as a long-time friend.
Returning guest Marilyn Wechter has 40 years of experience as a wealth counselor and therapist. She is the kind of person you want in your world when it is full of uncertainty and isolation. Sound familiar? Wechter and Matt Hall discuss how to face the current challenges and come out the other side of this experience changed for the better. Thanks for listening!Be sure to subscribe now on Apple, Google, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, or wherever you like to listen to podcasts. Follow the Take the Long View Podcast on Instagram @takethelongviewpodcast and Facebook, and follow host Matt Hall on Instagram @matthallstl, Twitter @matthallhig, or on LinkedIn Connect with the Hill Investment Group on Instagram @hill_investment_group, Facebook @hillinvestmentgroup, Twitter @takethelongview, and on LinkedInWe love our listeners! If you would like to drop us a line or be a guest on the show, please contact Matt.  
Matt Hall shares a hugely important concept for dealing with hard times. It's called the Stockdale Paradox. It's an extreme example and is shared because it helped Admiral Jim Stockdale survive as a prisoner of war. Our bet is that the Stockdale Paradox will serve you well during this period of uncertainty and when facing future challenges. Hill Investment Group has used the principle idea from the Stockdale Paradox since the founding of the firm in 2005, and Matt has leaned on it both personally and professionally in many examples, including his own experience dealing with cancer, and even when writing Odds On. Thanks for listening!Be sure to subscribe now on Apple, Google, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, or wherever you like to listen to podcasts. Follow the Take the Long View Podcast on Instagram @takethelongviewpodcast and Facebook, and follow host Matt Hall on Instagram @matthallstl, Twitter @matthallhig, or on LinkedIn Connect with the Hill Investment Group on Instagram @hill_investment_group, Facebook @hillinvestmentgroup, Twitter @takethelongview, and on LinkedInWe love our listeners! If you would like to drop us a line or be a guest on the show, please contact Matt.
John Jennings is someone you want to know. He is fascinating and not in a weird way, in a lovely, Dr. Seuss kind of way. He deserves to be famous, though he doesn’t care about fame, even though he is worthy of it and your attention.   He writes something called the IFOD. The interesting fact of the day! His daily thoughts often tickle the brain into an active state. They are meaningful, relevant, poignant, and thoughtful. Does IFOD pay the bills? I think not. So what does Jennings do for work? Uh, he’s a big deal. John is President and Chief Strategist of The St. Louis Trust Company, a leading multi-family office. This means he helps the ultra-affluent. Unlike most in the wealth management, he deserves a lot of respect. And if that’s not enough, John is an adjunct faculty member at Washington University’s Olin School of Business where he teaches in the Wealth and Asset Management masters program. John is also a Forbes contributor, a lawyer by training, a hardcore vegan and a loving husband and dad. Enjoy this wide-ranging conversation covering: Lawyers who aren’t lawyers, John’s IFOD, Committing to a plant-based/Vegan diet and how it connects to solving John’s fight with OCD, Investment thinking and what the ultra-rich struggle with, Coronavirus and what napping has to do with success. Thanks for listening!Be sure to subscribe now on Apple, Google, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, or wherever you like to listen to podcasts. Follow the Take the Long View Podcast on Instagram @takethelongviewpodcast and Facebook, and follow host Matt Hall on Instagram @matthallstl, Twitter @matthallhig, or on LinkedIn Connect with the Hill Investment Group on Instagram @hill_investment_group, Facebook @hillinvestmentgroup, Twitter @takethelongview, and on LinkedInWe love our listeners! If you would like to drop us a line or be a guest on the show, please contact Matt.  
David Stine is a woodworker (understatement) and makes products that last forever, using material that was likely born before he was. Who do you know who can make the same claim? David also done the thing most people don’t have the guts to do. He quit. He quit the thing that most stick with their whole lives. He left office life and made the outdoors his new workplace. He’s thriving - so much so that media gurus are working to make a TV show about his life. David has clients around the world, awards from industry experts, and more than two decades in business, but the thing Matt loves most about him is he’s not just an artist, not just a craftsman, he’s deeply philosophical. Thanks for listening! Be sure to subscribe now on Apple, Google, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, or wherever you like to listen to podcasts. Follow the Take the Long View Podcast on Instagram @takethelongviewpodcast and Facebook, and follow host Matt Hall on Instagram @matthallstl, Twitter @matthallhig, or on LinkedIn Connect with the Hill Investment Group on Instagram @hill_investment_group, Facebook @hillinvestmentgroup, Twitter @takethelongview, and on LinkedIn We love our listeners! If you would like to drop us a line or be a guest on the show, please contact Matt.
Host Matt Hall curates his favorite clips from the first 10 episodes of Take the Long View. From billionaires to a burger king, this episode has it all! Take the Long View with Matt Hall still has the original mission - to reframe the way you think about money, emotions, behavior and time. These themes are plentiful in episode 12 and include talk of kids and money, leadership and investment takeaways. Consider this a mixtape of our greatest hits! Thanks for listening! Be sure to subscribe now on Apple, Google, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, or wherever you like to listen to podcasts. Follow the Take the Long View Podcast on Instagram @takethelongviewpodcast and Facebook, and follow host Matt Hall on Instagram @matthallstl, Twitter @matthallhig, or on LinkedIn Connect with the Hill Investment Group on Instagram @hill_investment_group, Facebook @hillinvestmentgroup, Twitter @takethelongview, and on LinkedIn We love our listeners! If you would like to drop us a line or be a guest on the show, please contact Matt.
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