Arsenio’s Business English Podcast | Investment | Asset Management: Management Classes

We’re back with a comprehensive overview of management classes! Equities, commodities, gold, government bonds, etc…will all be discussed in today’s podcast, as well as a few other exercises.

{Patreon Special} Arsenio’s Business English Podcast | Investment | The Importance of Diversification

If you have all of your assets in one market, if a downturn happens, such as what happened at the beginning of COVID, there could be a ridiculous amount of problems with your portfolio. For example, a Bangkok Bank Executive who I used to train would come in, every morning, right before COVID, and tell me that he had lost tens of thousands of dollars because the Stock Exchange of Thailand fell flat on its face.

So, how can you have diversification not only in assets but also in income management? Tune in!

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{Patreon Special} Arsenio’s Business English Podcast | Investment | Asset Management: Management Classes

More ESL Podcasts are being uploaded on my Early Access and Business English Podcast badge!$5 for the Early Access Badge and $30 for the Business English Podcast badge! Message me about the benefits of both, if you’re interested!

We’re back with a comprehensive overview of management classes! Equities, commodities, gold, government bonds, etc…will all be discussed in today’s podcast, as well as a few other exercises.

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Arsenio’s Business English Podcast | Investment | Best Types of Pensions & Risky Investments

There’s so much information that goes around in the world that people often find it very difficult to trust where they get their information from; let alone the markets in every country are very different from one another. In today’s podcast, I’m going to let you hear an audio of a guy, by the name of David Ramsey, rambling about absolutely nothing without coming to a conclusion. After that, we’re going to hear what professionals at major wealth managements, corporations and financial companies discuss risks. British, Japanese and American accents are on the menu for today!

Arsenio’s Business English Podcast | Season 6: Episode 31 | When CEOs Lack Empathy

If you work for a boss, manager, CEO or anyone above you that lacks empathy, your life will be miserable. In today’s interview, a CEO by the name of Graham says “if you’re not here at work, you don’t get paid” — indicating that ‘sick leave with pay’ is something he doesn’t impose. 

So, when funerals come, emergencies soar, COVID happens, he’s the type of CEO that will not give you a paid day off = lack of empathy. These people you should NEVER work for, so in today’s podcast, it’s going to be a passionate-filled tirade on these people who lack the number one quality in human existence.

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Arsenio’s Business English Podcast | Investment | Financial Shocks: What Have You Learned?

If you haven’t learned anything since the world shut down last year in terms of your finances, then you haven’t experienced growth.  When the first shut down had happened, that had to be the biggest financial shock in my life — knowing that I wasn’t financially secured with my “job,” and being just hopeless in the world of money. I had to reassess everything and realize what was working and what wasn’t….and the simple fact was WHAT I’VE BEEN DOING since living in Thailand hasn’t been working. That was the “a-ha” moment that I needed to take control of my finances. So, it’s time to dive into the biggest risks of our lives and what was learned!

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Arsenio’s Business English Podcast | Season 6 | Sales | Closing & Resolving Objections

Sometimes when you try solving objections, you’re looking at it from a win-lose situation. Win for you, lose for the other person — which they would regret later on.  Also, when you see a potential client drifting away, you shouldn’t continue pushing the narrative onto them, especially when you hear doubt behind their words. This makes the other individual feel very antsy and then they assume that it’s been approached as a transaction (win-lose rather than win-win). So, what could you do instead? Tune into the podcast!

Arsenio’s Business English Podcast | Season 6: Episode 12 | Conference Breakfast & Importance

Without a good breakfast, your ability to learn goes down, thinking and concentration, weight gain, fatigue, & more stress/irritability.  So, why is it we skip breakfasts so often? But the even more important question is if you don’t have a proper breakfast before a long day, what could possibly happen to your energy throughout the day? Here’s episode 12 and the first of the year!

{Patreon Special} Arsenio’s Business English Podcast | Season 6: Episode 15 | 5 Skills Entrepreneurs Need

5 Skills Entrepreneurs need! In today’s Business English Podcast, you’re going to find out what it takes to be an entrepreneur, as well as my journey to becoming one here in Thailand.

Early Access & Business English Podcast members can get this right now. If not, you’ll have to wait until it’s available to the public!

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{Patreon Special} Arsenio’s Business English Podcast | Season 6: Episode 14 | Can CEOs Be Trusted?

If you look at Google, 63% of employees are not worried about layoffs. However, if you look at Walt Disney, the CEO slashed 40k jobs at the beginning of COVID and have laid off an additional 28k at the beginning of this month, leaving its workers in “an awful lot of pain.”  Meanwhile, the heir of the company, Abigail Disney, went on a Twitter-tirade over the businesses’ practices and why the upper-echelon had received billions in bonuses and dividends while the hard-working middle-class suffered egregiously during the crisis.

So, can we trust big cats? Can we trust that Jeff Bezos actually gives a damn about his employees (apparently not because tens of thousands had gotten COVID)? It’s tough to call, and that’s today’s focus.  Can we trust the BIG CATS?

Will debut to the public December 7th or you can get it now on my Early Access or Business English Podcast Badge!