Douglas Goldstein ~ Goldstein on Gelt
Doug Goldstein hosts a weekly one-hour financial radio show, “Goldstein on Gelt”
Monday Afternoons, 12 Noon to 1 p.m. Eastern
DATE OF SHOW: 12/09/2013
GUEST #1: Libby Gill, You Unstuck: Creating a Culture of Risk-taking and Innovation
GUEST #2: Joanna Penn, The Future of The Book Industry
32: Mindshare and selling your book
64: All about the mindshare, and getting your book published
90: How to get your clients to trust you, and how to make your book a success
Long: On this weeks Goldstein on Gelt Show, Doug speaks to Libby Gill, CEO of Libby Gill & Company and author of Capture the Mindshare and the Market Share Will Follow. Find out what the mindshare is and how it helps you to gain the trust of your clients. And why is gaining trust so important to building your business?
In part 2 of the show, Joanna Penn, author of seven books, including One Day in Budapest, and the blog TheCreativePenn,.com, talks about the world of indie publishing. What is the future for the world of books? Are ebooks taking over the world, and how easy is it to get your book published today? Discover how to tell your story to the world today.
DATE OF SHOW: 11/18/2013
GUEST #1: Jay Myers, Hitting the Curveballs, How Crisis Can Strengthen and Grow Your Business
GUEST #2: Lars Peter Hansen, Examining Macroeconomic Models through the Lens of Asset Pricing
32: Crisis and economic models
64: When crisis makes you stronger, and applying models to real life
90: Hitting the curveballs: crisis makes you stronger, and using economic models for real life
Long: When you face a crisis, it doesnt have to bring you down. In part one of this weeks Goldstein on Gelt show, Jay Myers, author of Hitting the Curveballs: How crisis can strengthen and grow your business, explains how you can grow from hardship and difficulty, both in terms of business and life.
In the second half of the show, Doug interviews Lars Peter Hansen, who won this years Nobel Prize for Economics along with Eugene Fama and Robert Shiller (who has also been a guest on the Goldstein on Gelt Show). Find out how economic models are used in decision making and if these models can be applied to day-to-day life rather simply remaining at the theoretical level.
DATE OF SHOW: 11/11/2013
GUEST #1: Steve Dotto, How People Can Take Control of Their Financial Lives
GUEST #2: Dina Proctor, Madly Chasing Peace
32: On technology and meditation
64: Improve your life with modern technology and daily meditation
90: How to make the best of modern technology, and how meditating 9 minutes a day can help you
Long: On this weeks Goldstein on Gelt Show, Doug meets Steve Dotto, host of the television show Dotto Tech. Find out how you can make your life easier by using modern technology and how the way you deal with your emails can make you more productive.
In the second part of the show, Dina Proctor, life coach and author of Madly Chasing Peace-How I went from Hell to happy in nine minutes a day. Can you really change your life around by taking three-minute intervals to meditate and focus upon your goals? Listen to this weeks Goldstein on Gelt Show to find out more.
DATE OF SHOW: 11/04/2013
GUEST #1: Timothy Taylor, International Financial Crashes
GUEST #2: Edward Burger, Exploring the Number Jungle
32: The economy, and how to think
64: The economy today, and methods of effective thinking
90: The state of the worlds economy, and how thinking effectively will help you
Long: On this weeks Goldstein on Gelt Show, host Doug Goldstein meets Timothy Taylor, author of The Instant Economist: Everything you need to know about how the economy works and managing editor of The Journal of Economic Perspectives. Find out about the state of the worlds economy and how it affects ordinary people.
In the second part of the show, Professor Edward Burger, president of Southwestern University and author of Five Elements of Effective Thinking, talks about how your way of thinking affects the decisions you make and getting results.
DATE OF SHOW: 10/28/2013
GUEST #1: Connel R Fullenkamp, Understanding Investments
GUEST #2: Jennifer Simonetti-Bryan, The One Minute Wine Master
In the first part of this weeks Goldstein on Gelt Show, Doug meets Connel Fullenkamp, a professor at Duke University who has produced a course on understanding investments for The Great Courses. Listen to this interview to find out how to get on the road to financial success and the factors that you need to consider when looking at potential investments.
In the second part of the show, meet Jennifer Simonetti-Bryan, author of The One Minute Wine Master: Discover 10 Wines Youll Like in 60 Seconds or Less and the fourth woman to ever attain the international title of Master of Wine. What is the secret of wine-tasting, and is the wine industry a good investment? Tune in to find out more.
DATE OF SHOW: 10/21/2013
GUEST #1: Michael Moss,Salt, Sugar, Fat
GUEST #2: Shawn Achor, The Happiness Advantage
32: Fast food and being happy
64: Salt, sugar, fat, and the happiness advantage
90: What goes into the food you eat, and how happiness makes you more successful
Long: In the first part of this weeks Goldstein on Gelt Show, Doug meets Michael Moss, the Pulitzer Prize winner and author of Salt, Sugar, Fat. Find out whats really inside the food you eat. And is it possible for the fast food industry to put health before profits?
In the second half of the show, Doug talks to Shawn Achor, founder of GoodThink and the author of The Happiness Advantage. How can you become a happy person? And is there really a connection between happiness and success? Tune into Goldstein on Gelt to find out more.
October 7, 2013
GUEST #1: Charles Lewis Sizemore, Investing for Income
GUEST #2: Angus Deaton, The Great Escape: Health, wealth, and the origins of inequality
32: Rich world, poor world
64: Investing now and tomorrow, and why there are still social gaps
90: Is real estate a good investment? And why is there still so much poverty in the world?
Long: In part 1 of this weeks show, Doug meets Charles Lewis Sizemore, CFA, the founder and editor of The Sizemore Investment Letter, who talks about how the economy and inflation affect our investments. Also find out whether real estate can really be a good investment, and what the future holds for investing in America, Europe and the United Kingdom.
In the second part of the show, Angus Deaton, Dwight D. Eisenhower professor of economics and international affairs at Princeton University, tells Doug about his new book, The Great Escape: Health, Wealth, and the Origins of Inequality. Why is there still so much inequality in the age of technology and medical progress? And who is really benefiting from social change?
GUEST #1: Gary Becker, Social Economics: Market Behavior in a Social Environment
GUEST #2: Douglas Goldstein
32: Human capital and your behavior
64: Is your family like a company? And what determines your behavior?
90: Making your family a profitable business, and how the unconscious mind affects behavior
Long: On this weeks Goldstein on Gelt Show, Doug interviews Gary Becker, 1992 laureate of the Nobel Prize for Economics and winner of the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2007. Find out why your family can be compared with a factory, and how to make your family enterprise into a success. Listen to this interview to discover why families can make rational decisions between them and what makes them tick.
In the second half of the show, Doug meets Leonard Mlodinow, physicist and author of Subliminal: How Your Unconscious Mind Rules Your Behavior. Find out what affects your decisions and how the unconscious can influence your behavior on this weeks show.
between chess, competition, sportmanship, and investing
GUEST #2: Michael Lynn, How People Tip
32: Financial future, and tipping
64: Predicting the financial future, and the art of tipping
90: The connection between finance, sportsmanship, and competition, and is tipping outdated?
Long: On this weeks Goldstein on Gelt Show, we meet Charles Nenner, founder of the Charles Nenner Research Center. Mr. Nenners interesting research and predictions on financial markets have often proven to be very accurate. Find out more about Charles Nenner, who is also a medical doctor and an accomplished chess player, on this weeks show.
In the second part of the show, Doug interviews Michael Lynn, a professor of food and beverage management at Cornell University. Professor Lynns work on tipping has been covered by The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and other influential publications. Why do people still tip today? Wouldnt a service charge be more efficient? Listen to the answers on this weeks episode of the Goldstein on Gelt Show.
DATE OF SHOW: 07/29/2013
GUEST #1: Kimberly Foss, Wealthy by Design
GUEST #2: Edmund Phelps, Mass Flourish
32: Prosperity- private and national
64: Gaining wealth as an individual, and growth as a country
90: Wealth is not just a matter of birth, and how innovation helps a country prosper
Long: On this weeks Goldstein on Gelt Show, prosperity and growth are the main themes. In the first half of the show, Doug meets Kimberly Foss, president and founder of Empyrion Wealth Management and author of Wealthy by Design, a five-step plan for financial security. Find out why anyone can improve their financial security and why wealth is not only a matter of inheritance.
In part 2 of Goldstein on Gelt, Nobel Prize winner and Columbia University Professor Edmund S. Phelps returns to the show to speak about his new book Mass Flourishing. Find out about prosperity and the role of innovation in a countrys growth and wellbeing on this weeks show.
GUEST #1: Avner Buntman, Israel and foreign currencies in todays world
GUEST #2: Tom Becker, Oceanskies Welcomes Your Yachts and Aircrafts
32: Foreign currency and nationality
64: The ABCs of foreign currency, and which flag do you fly?
90: How to change foreign currency, and why nationality is important in international waters
Long: This weeks Goldstein on Gelt Show has a cross-border theme. In the first half of the show, Doug meets Avner Buntman, founder and CEO of Forex Israel. Find out about the different ways to change foreign currency, the risks involved, and the various uses of foreign exchange on this episode of the Goldstein on Gelt Show.
In the second half of the show, the international flavor continues with an interview with Tom Becker, co-founder and principal of Oceanskies, which handles the registration of private yachts and aircraft. Why does a yacht need to have a nationality, and how does this facilitate the navigation of international waters? And what are the repercussions on nationality in general? Tune in to gain a new understanding of what flying the flag really means.
Goldstein on Gelt Doug Goldstein’s Goldstein on Gelt podcast is an international investment show with a dynamic group of guests. These include Nobel Prize winners, best-selling authors, Israeli corporate chiefs, lawyers and accountants. Israeli business news and currency updates are featured as well. Goldstein on Gelt air every Monday from 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm Israel time on Israel National Radio.
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