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Good show but the presenter is a hard for me to listen to- please change!
Worthwhile show but Michela is not good. “Uh huh uh huh”. Constantly agreeing is not needed. Just ask and move the convo forward
Enjoy to listen to it often
The first thing I did when we got to work at a hotel in New Haven is put the new phone in my phone so
Asking questions others won’t about the real impact of financial practice impacting the broader economy. The podcast needs further deep dive to reveal generational opportunities for optimization of capitalism in practice. more
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Behind the Money launched 6 years ago and published 179 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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