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GOING VIRAL

Interview with Brendan Kane

In this In this episode I interview Brendan Kane. We engage in a lively conversation about how to identify trends, contextualize your content in ways that hook your audience and achieve millions of views. Practical and engaging, Brendan’s tips will help you get a handle on how to produce content that people care about and motivate you on how to go viral consistently.

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THE END OF SCARCITY

Interview with Kristen Ragusin

In this In this episode I interview Kristen Ragusin. Money is debt and everything you may think about money, from how it circulates and why our current system keeps us enslaved, to will be revealed in this scintillating tale of the fly that stubbornly stays in the ointment of our monetary system preventing us from living free, abundantly and prosperously. Hopeful and optimistic, Kristen offers a new paradigm that will liberate us from these fail systems and help usher in a new age of abundance and happiness. 

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BE BRAVE

Interview with Chris Deaver and Ian Clawson

In this episode I interview Chris Deaver and Ian Clawson, cofounders of Bravecore: a leadership consultancy that’s shaping the future by helping leaders be more creative and creatives be better leaders. We have an insightful and provocative discussion on tried and true leadership principles like leading with questions vs. answers. Chris and Ian are transforming corporations to become more successful commercial and live up to their brand promise through a process of co-creation.

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THE FUTURE OF THE WORKPLACE

Interview with Steelcase Experts

This episode is a triple-interview with Sue Harken-Houser, Patricia Wang, and Molly McCoy; thought leaders at Steelcase. We discuss the latest trends, tensions and solutions in today’s hybrid work environment, and the associated challenges and opportunities to develop innovative workforces, build trust, sense of optimism, and belonging. 

From digital design, to more agile workforces to now, coping with hybrid working arrangements, Sue, Patricia, and Molly present top trends facing the workforces of today, and offer salient and compelling insights and solutions for how best to boost innovation, promote worker well-being, and create more purposeful organizations.

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WALK WITH WALSH

Interview with Jennifer Walsh

Walk With Walsh: How Taking One Step at a Time (Outdoors) Can Improve Your Life

In this episode I interview Jennifer Walsh. From beauty bar founder to wellness and nature expert, let's take a "walk" with Jennifer Walsh whose experiences in business and life will help you to reconnect with your "source" and nature to stimulate your creativity, attract more abundance and align your actions with more purpose and passion.

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THE POWER OF REGRET

Interview with Dan Pink

In this episode I interview Dan Pink. We have a fast paced, engaging and provocative conversation with best selling author Dan Pink on his extensive research and observations about the power of regret and how that plays a vital role in our future decisions, performance and overall satisfaction with our lives. 

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ONE GIANT LEAP FOR THE NEXT
GENERATION OF ENTREPRENEURS

Interview with Nancy Conrad

In this episode I interview Nancy Conrad, and hear an incredible story of human empowerment, from one of the most inspiring leaders in education, aerospace and science, Nancy Conrad, wife of the late Pete Conrad who was a NASA astronaut and the third person to walk the moon.   In this podcast, Nancy and I not only talk about her many successes with Pete to make Space Travel more accessible to all, but her most recent set of achievements pertaining to the Conrad Challenge.   The Conrad Challenge is designed to empower students from all around world  to to promote collaborative, and create impactful solutions that promote innovation and entrepreneurship.

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ANSWERING YOUR WHY

Interview with Corey Poirier

In this episode, I interview Corey Poirier. From knowing your purpose, finding your passion and living your dreams in the moment, Corey and I went deep into what it takes to be a happy, successful and full engaged human being. Corey is an award winning and TEDx Keynote speaker, host of a top rated radio Show and 20+ Entrepreneur, and an in International Best Selling Author who has interviewed more than 3400 influential leaders. 

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EMPOWERING THE NEXT GENERATION OF ENTREPRENEURS

Interview with Tavares Brewington 

In this episode, I interview Tavares Brewington. From the streets of Miami to Ivy League School, Forbes 1000 Entrepreneur and Innovator Tavares Brewington shares his success and nationwide efforts to unlock entrepreneurial promise for youth for those who are at an economic disadvantage and seek to become the next innovator. Down to earth and results driven, Tavares is the founder of Street 2 Ivy (educational and e-commerce platform for inspiring young entrepreneurs). Street 2 Ivy raises awareness of the potential in our underserved communities and how unleashing that energy is critical to our economic and social transformation as a society. In addition to Street 2 Ivy, Tavares served as the Director of US Compliance & Global Program Management for a multinational biotech company, Assistant U.S. Attorney and also has an MBA from Cornell University and JD from Boston College and a BA from The College of the Holy Cross. 

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UNDERSTANDING AND MANAGING COMPLEXITY

Interview with Scott Page

In this episode, I interview Scott Page. From rugged landscapes to chaos theory, join me in this mind blowing conversation with Scott Page about the important principles to grasp complexity and suss out actionable insight for innovation.

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THE SEISMIC SHIFT IN LEADERSHIP

Interview with Michelle Johnston

In this episode I interview Dr. Michelle Johnston. Engaging conversation with powerhouse leadership and organizational development coach, Michelle shares her important and meaningful insights about how leaders and human beings need to make more meaningful connections with ourselves and others to help transform the work and world in which we live in.

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CREATIVITY COMES FROM FRICTION

Interview with Mirko Ilic

In this episode, I interview Mirko Ilic. Born in Bosnia and raised in Croatia, Mirko began drawing comics, illustrations, books and record covers at a very young age. From drawing on his living room floor to precise illustrations on the back of his family’s dining room chairs,  Mirko honed his artistic and expressive talent by understanding how friction, the resistance that one surface or object produces, is essential to the creative process.

Mirko and I explore the importance of how doing and creating is thinking and how within each an everyone of us, awaits a hidden, sometimes artistic creative genius waiting to be unlocked.

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INNOVATE OR EVAPORATE

Interview with Debbie Brackeen

In this episode I interview Debbie Brackeen, leading Chief Strategy and Innovation Officer. We discuss how aligning strategy with innovation is critical for sustained growth and building a culture of creative and critical thinkers. We unpack not only the importance of innovation but also explore the underling conditions that ensure innovation is relevant and aligned to the overall business and its mission. Debbie is the Chief Strategy and Innovation Officer for CSAA Insurance Group (AAA Insurer) responsible for identifying and executing on the growth strategies, opportunities, investments and ventures that will result in $1B in new revenue over the next 10 years. 

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FIND A WAY

Interview with Brett Beveridge

In this episode I interview Brett Beveridge, founder/CEO of The Revenue Optimization Companies (T-ROC). Brett is a retail expert and mega successful entrepreneur and Forbes Books author and speaker. From waiting tables to working in papaya fields and selling cell phones out of a van, you will not want to miss this podcast on what it takes to be a results-driven and can-do entrepreneur. As long as you believe in what you do, surround yourself with others who buy into your vision and mission and "are all in" on working and living the dream. Down-to-earth, funny and master story teller, Brett Beveridge is someone who you will no doubt, want to emulate on your next entrepreneurial venture.

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GAINING 1 MILLION FOLLOWERS
IN 30 DAYS

Interview with Brendan Kane

In this episode I interview Brendan Kane, we have a conversation about how to become an outside the box thinker, accelerate your brand or business, and gain more social influence. Brendan is an innovation strategist for Fortune 500 corporations, brands, and celebrities. 

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X-FACTOR: BECOMING A BILLION DOLLAR ENTREPRENEUR

Interview with Jules Pieri

In this episode I interview Jules Pieri, and gain insights on becoming an online, e-commerce juggernaut and successful investor. Jules is the co-founder and former CEO of the product launch platform The Grommet. From industrial design, to consumer products, to X factor Ventures, this is a  deep conversation about thinking, acting and becoming a top innovator in your field. 

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THE HEART OF INNOVATION

Interview with David Kelley

In this episode I interview David Kelley. We discuss the future of innovation and the importance of cultivating creative confidence in context of building more competitive and fun organizations. David is the CEO of IDEO, one of the worlds leading product design groups, as well as founder of the Stanford d.school.

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LEADING WITH GRATITUDE

Interview with Chester Elton

Often these days, businesses look for leaders who are powerful, decisive and action-oriented and while all of these qualities are very important, probably the single most important leadership characteristic is from leaders who lead from the heart, express gratitude and encourage others to do the same.  In this episode, you will learn from one of the top, most inspirational and kind-hearted, Buddha-like leadership gurus. Chester Elton shares his insights, personal experiences and top tips for leading with gratitude.In his provocative, inspiring, and always-entertaining ways, Chester Elton a #1 bestselling leadership author provides real solutions to leaders looking to manage change, drive innovation, and lead a multi-generational workforce toward higher performance.  

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