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  1. NUMMI 2015

    561 July 17, 2015

    A car plant in Fremont California that might have saved the U.S. car industry. In 1984, General Motors and Toyota opened NUMMI as a joint venture. Toyota showed GM the secrets of its production system: How it made cars of much higher quality and much lower cost than GM achieved. Frank Langfitt explains why GM didn’t learn the lessons—until it was too late.


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  2. SFPP 100: Making Your Website Work For You With Corey Potter

    Corey and I talk about how to set up your website so that it’s consistently working hard for your business and bringing in new clients.

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  3. reCOMPOSE 040: Interview with Larry Abitbol from Bay Photo

    reCOMPOSE 040: Interview with Larry Abitbol from Bay Photo We strongly believe in the printed image, so on this episode of the reCOMPOSE podcast we are interviewing Larry Abitbol founder of our favorite photo printing company, BayPhoto. On this episode Larry tells us about the products they offer, how to optimize your images before sending them to be printed and more. Take a listen! We don’t always have all the answers, but if we don’t we will research it and try to give you the best answer we can. So what have you got to lose, go ahead and send in your questions to us at Links mentioned on this episode

    Bay Photo

    Picks of the Week

    Juan: Bay Photo Andy: DJI Mavic Pro 2 The reCOMPOSE page at where you can see all the products Juan and Andy recommend.

    Connect with Our Hosts & Guests

    Juan Pons: Website, Facebook Andy Williams: Website, Facebook reCOMPOSE Facebook Page


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  4. Your Child Says She’s Trans. She Wants Hormones and Surgery. She’s 13. - The Atlantic - Jesse Singal

    After a dark history in which transgender kids were routinely ignored, “repaired,” or persecuted, a new protocol of social and physical transition has emerged. For teens who experience persistent gender dysphoria, this protocol can provide profound relief from suffering. For some kids, however, gender dysphoria is temporary. And the effects of transitioning can be permanent.

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  5. The Seven Things You’re Not Supposed to Talk About

    Sarah Koenig’s mother lives by a set of rules about conversation. We tried to prove her wrong.

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  6. The Worst Thing We’ve Ever Done | On The Media | WNYC Studios

    How do you fix a case of national amnesia? A case study in Berlin, and in Montgomery.

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  7. Is Capitalism a Threat to Democracy? | The New Yorker

    Caleb Crain on the idea that authoritarianism attracts workers harmed by the free market, which emerged when the Nazis were in power and has been making a comeback.

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  8. Thoroughly Considered #35: Jam on This Funky Podcast - Relay FM

    We invite our first ever guest Max Temkin of Cards Against Humanity on the show to chat about his approach to business, marketing, and design.

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  9. Catherine Hoke — The Master of Second Chances | The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

    "You are not your past." - Catherine Hoke Catherine Hoke (@catherine_hoke) is the founder of Defy Ventures, a non-profit organization that "transforms the hustle" of currently and formerly incarcerated people.

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  10. How To Pose Couples - Robert J Hill


    /ˈin(t)əməsē/nounclose familiarity or friendship; closeness.

    How do you pose couples? What do you need to do to capture more natural images? Why am I not able to cultivate raw true emotion with my couples on a shoot? These questions are asked every day throughout our industry yet the answer is right in front of every one of us. Intimacy is both physical and emotional. It’s friendship, platonic love, romance, and sex but also empathy, understanding, intention, and support. Intimacy takes on different meanings for every couple who asks you to photograph them but their willingness to open up and share their truest selves with a stranger (you) is determined by the connection and depth you build in your relationship with them prior to pulling out your camera.

    We desire to capture natural images that tell tales of love and romance, be it in an emotional sexy way or in a light, fun and energetic way yet we often fall short of achieving these results if we haven’t put in the work to cultivate this connection beforehand. Are you willing to do the real work it takes to be the photographer you want to be? If you want to excel as a photographer, you must excel with people. Open yourself up to others, hear what they have to say, be genuinely interested in them and above everything, be yourself.

    I had the privilege of sharing some thoughts on how I cultivate intimacy and connection with couples last week on the Photography Together Podcast. Click play above to listen to my 30-minute conversation with Kyle Yates and as always, if additional questions arise, don’t hesitate to shoot me a note on Instagram. If you are looking for more depth on this topic, I’d encourage you to grab a free copy of my book, POSER where I share some business philosophy for photographers as well as break down the entire directing process I take with every couple I work with. Download a copy of Poser now by clicking here. I hope my conversation with Kyle encourages you as you head into the weekend and I hope it motivates you to shoot a little more for yourself and your brand in the days ahead.

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