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Conversations with preeminent thought leaders from a variety of fields to help you think in a multi-disciplinary way, make better decisions, kick goals in your professional and personal life and better navigate what is fast becoming, a Brave New World.

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Episode #405: Navigating Emotions and Healing the Heart with Amy Chan

Amy Chan is the Founder of Renew Breakup Bootcamp, a retreat that takes a scientific and spiritual approach to heal the heart.

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Episode #404: Cutting Corporate Red Tape and Bulls#!t with Martin Lindstrom

Martin Lindstrom is the founder and chairman of Lindstrom Company, a global branding & culture transformation firm, operating across five continents and more than 30 countries.

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Episode #403: Brad Feld on Depression and Work

Brad Feld is an American entrepreneur, author, blogger, and venture capitalist at Foundry Group in Boulder, Colorado.

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Episode #402: Reinvent the Way You Work with Jonas Altman

In this episode of Future Squared, workologist and author of Shapers, Jonas Altman, joins Steve Glaveski to talk the future of work.

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Episode #400: From Fijian Refugee to Billion Dollar Supplement Empire with Izhar Basha

From humble beginnings with a small supplement retail store in Randwick, Izhar Basha has gone on to create and head internationally recognised and celebrated Australian supplements brand, EHPlabs.

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Episode #398: Reviving a 200-Year-Old Whisky Distillery with David Prior

David Prior is a lifelong entrepreneur. He founded Baroda Packaging, which was acquired in 2007, before turning his eye to yoghurt, with Five:AM Organics, which after just three years in the market was acquired for $80 million.

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Episode #397: Gad Saad on Social Justice Politics at Work Future Squared with Steve Glaveski:

Gad Saad is a Lebanese-Canadian evolutionary psychologist at the John Molson School of Business who applies evolutionary psychology to marketing and consumer behaviour.

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Episode #396: SOWH1 - Why Disney and Generalists Thrive in a Pandemic World

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Episode #395: Becoming Financially Well with WeMoney's Dan Jovevski

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Episode #394: Get Twice as Much Done in Half the Time with Steve Glaveski

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Episode #393: My new book, Time Rich, is out today + 10 Productivity Tips

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Episode #392: Spotify's Censorship Moment: Joe Rogan, Podcasts and Politics

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Episode #391: Get Rich and Die Trying with John Roa

Entrepreneur, Philanthropist and Author

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Episode #390: Daniel Cannizzaro talks Australian Fintech, Parpera

In this episode of Future Squared, founder of Aussie fintech Parpera, shares his journey from Melbourne's northwestern suburbs to EY and London Business School, before founding up and coming fintech, Parpera.

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Episode #389: The Low Touch Economy with Nick De Mey

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Episode #388: From Journalist to Poker Champion with Maria Konnikova

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Episode #387: Fighting Fear with Big Wave Surfer, Mark Mathews

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Episode #386: An interview with my mother, Miljana Glaveska

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Episode #385: Detoxification with Stefan Filippo

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Episode #384: Tony Nash on Building a 9-Figure Online Business - Part One

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Episode #383: Negotiate Anything with Alexandra Carter

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Episode #382: The Psychology of Friendship with Lydia Denworth

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Episode #381: Alex Osterwalder on Building an Invincible Company

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Episode #380: Rising From the Startup Ashes with Michael Fox

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Episode #379: Caring for Seniors During the Pandemic

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Episode #378: Steve Blank talks Virus Survival Strategies for Business

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Episode #377: Boosting Your Immunity with Lucas Aoun

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Episode #376: How to Avoid Going Crazy During COVID-19 Lockdown

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Episode #375: 23 Steps to Surviving COVID19 for Startups and Small Business

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Episode #374: COVID-19 and How to Crush Working From Home

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Episode #373: Turning Customers into Fans with David Meerman Scott

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Episode #372: Seth Godin on Navigating Business and Life

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Episode #371: Surfing in the City with Andrew Ross

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Episode #370: Ultralearning with Scott H Young

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Episode #369: James Clear on Replacing Bad Habits with Good Habits

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Episode #368: Capitalism, Inequality and Opportunity with Branko Milanovic

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Episode #367: Becoming Indistractable with Nir Eyal

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Episode #366: The Early Days of Netflix with Marc Randolph

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Episode #365: Entrepreneurship in Schools with Don Wettrick

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Episode #364: Human Longevity with Kale Brock

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Episode #363: Nintendo versus SEGA with Blake Harris

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Episode #362: Own the AI Revolution with Neil Sahota

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Episode #361: Mobility Matters with Aaron Aldred

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Episode #360: Paul Roos on Leadership and Performance by Design

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Episode #357: Scott Belsky on Startup to Scaleup to Big Exit

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Episode #356: Bob Burg on Giving First

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Episode #354: Corporate Startup Partnerships with Bank of New Zealand

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Episode #353: Trillion Dollar Coach with Google’s Jonathan Rosenberg and Alan Eagle

Authors and Silicon Valley Tech Titans

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Episode #351: Reach Peak Performance with Matt Belair

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Episode #349: From African Royalty to the Bronx with Remi Adeleke

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Episode #345: Writing and Bitcoin Billionaires with Ben Mezrich

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Episode #342: Human Performance Optimisation with Lucas Aoun

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Episode #341: Life as a Ghost with Daniel Paisner

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Episode #340: Storytelling and Hip-Hop with Raj Nathan

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Episode #338: Live an Optimised Life with Steve Brophy

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Episode #336: Humor at Work with Andrew Tarvin

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Episode #334: Ryan Serhant on Selling Your Way From Rags to Riches

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Episode #333 Tom Ziglar on Transforming Your Life, One Simple Choice at a Time

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Episode #329: The Uncensored History of SIlicon Valley with Adam Fisher

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Episode #327: Beware of Digital Agencies Selling Innovation

In this episode, I aim to shine a light on the deceptive practices being carried out by digital agencies across the globe, and whilst I will be speaking specifically about practices pertaining to serving corporate innovation clients, the same set of practices are affecting young startups and entrepreneurs everywhere.

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Episode #326: The Life Skills That Matter with Stephen Warley

Stephen Warley is the founder of Life Skills That Matter. After being laid off 18 years ago, Stephen has interviewed over 500 people in professions as diverse as defence, finance, health, marketing and entrepreneurship, read over 200 books about personal development and conducted countless lifestyle design experiments.

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Bonus Episode: The Millennial Mastermind, Brad Mulvey

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Episode #324: Productivity with Mike Vardy

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Episode #322: Walker Deibel on Acquiring Businesses Instead of Starting Them

Walker Deibel is an acquisition entrepreneur. He has cofounded three startups and acquired seven companies.

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Episode #320: Beth Comstock on General Electric and How To Imagine It Forward in Large Companies

Beth Comstock Bestselling Author and Former Change-maker at GE

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Episode #319: We're Wrong about Most of our Ideas...and Why That's OK!

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Episode #318: Dr Michael Shermer on Death, the Meaning of Life and Tribalism in Tech

Bestselling Author and Founder of Skeptic Magazine

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Episode #316: Dr Joseph Mercola on Fat, Fasting and Keto

Dr Joseph Mercola on Fat, Fasting and Keto Physician, health activist and founder of Mercola.com

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Episode #315: Sergei and Vadim Revzin on the Entrepreneurial Journey

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Episode #314: 3 Ways to Learn Faster and Remember Longer

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Bonus Episode: James McKinney interviews Steve Glaveski on The Startup Story Podcast

Whilst I was in LA last month, or Orange County to be precise, I caught up with James McKinney, host of The Startup Story podcast, for a conversation on my transition from employee to entrepreneur.

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Episode #313: Jonathan Levi on Superhuman Learning and Memory

Jonathan Levi is an experienced entrepreneur, angel investor, and lifehacker from Silicon Valley.

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Episode #312: The Mask and the Shadow

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Episode #311: Employee to Entrepreneur - Chapter One

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Episode #310: Making Lemonade Out of Lemons

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Episode #309: Whatever It Takes

Whatever It Takes

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Bonus Episode: Kate McCready on Conscious Leadership

Kate McCready on Conscious Leadership Human-Centred Designer, Coach and Podcaster

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Episode #308: The Value of Wasting Time

In this episode, I ponder the sometimes unintended benefits of wasting time and procrastinating. 

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Episode #307: Fireside Chat with Steve Glaveski and Shay Namdarian

Now for today’s episode, which is a recording of a fireside chat with my good friend and colleague, Shay Namdarian, as well as an audience Q&A, at the Melbourne leg of the Employee to Entrepreneur book launch.

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It's Book Launch Day!

Today is the day...my brand new book, Employee to Entrepreneur: How to Earn Your Freedom and Do Work That Matters, is out now at bookstores, both physical and digital, all over the world.

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It's Book Launch Week!

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Episode #306: All Great Things Start From Small Beginnings

Today, as we embark upon a new year, I thought it would make sense to channel Cicero, Roman statesman, orator, lawyer and philosopher, who said that “all great things start from small beginnings”.

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Bonus Episode: Standing on the Shoulders of Giants with Adam Jones and Adam Ashton

Adam Ashton and Adam Jones met as two young blokes while attending Monash University, studying commerce and structural engineering respectively. Both were keen on making the most of their advantaged access to education as Australian citizens, ready to start their first job in the big city.

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Episode #304: Robert Greene on the Laws of Human Nature

Robert Greene is the author of the New York Times bestsellers The 48 Laws of Power, The Art of Seduction, The 33 Strategies of War, The 50th Law and Mastery.

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Episode #302: Why We Sleep

Why we sleep...there's a lot more to it than you might think.

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Bonus Episode: Tom Heffner on Military Resilience and Innovation

Tom Heffner is a podcaster, author, speaker, and innovation expert. His goal is to help you thrive at work and in life and believes that every day, purposeful habits and practices are vital to this pursuit.

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Episode #301: Less Doing, More Living with Ari Meisel

Ari Meisel is an entrepreneur, author, CEO, TED speaker, real estate developer, green building consultant, and productivity expert.

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Episode #300: Why We 'Grind'

Celebrating 300 episodes of Future Squared with a simple reminder of why we 'grind'.

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Episode #299: How to Build Authority and Systemize Your Business with Matt Wolfe and Joe Fier

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Episode #298: Life-Changing Mental Shifts with Ajit Nawalkha

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Episode #297: What is Happiness?

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Episode #296: Jason Fried on Why It Doesn’t Have to Be Crazy at Work

Jason Fried thinks deeply about collaboration, productivity and the nature of work. He's the co-founder of project management platform Basecamp.

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Episode #295: Think Peacoats for Productivity

No, I'm not talking about those winter jackets - although that's a useful visual mnemonic, what I’m talking about is a deliberate productivity framework that will 10X your output and quality of life. What I’m talking about is deliberate Prioritise, economies of scale and alignment, Cut, Outsource, Automate, Test and Start; or PeaCOATS.

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Episode #294: Peter Bregman on Leading with Emotional Courage

For over 30 years, Peter Bregman has worked with CEOs and senior leaders to help them create accountability and inspire collective action on their most important work. He helps leaders to develop their leadership skills, build aligned, collaborative teams, and overcome obstacles to drive results for their organizations.

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Bonus Episode: Side Hustling with Ryan Helms

Side Hustling with Ryan Helms

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Episode #293: How to Be a Polymath

As Warren Buffett put it, "the difference between successful people and really successful people is that really successful people say no to almost everything." And I agree, wholeheartedly. However this doesn't mean you can't excel at more than one thing.

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Episode #261: Book Summary: Behave - The Biology of Humans at Our Best and Worst by Robert Sapolsky

Here's a summary of neuroendocrinologist Robert Sapolsky’s 2017 book, Behave: The Biology of Humans at Our Best and Worst, which has been the best book I’ve read this year by far. I distilled the 680 page book into 40 Google Doc pages of notes and now aim to further distill some of the key points into this blog post for your consumption.

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Episode #259: Ben Greenfield on Total Body and Mind Optimisation

Ben Greenfield is a biohacker, human body and brain performance coach, ex-bodybuilder, Ironman triathlete, professional Spartan athlete, anti-aging consultant, speaker and author of the New York Times Bestseller “Beyond Training: Mastering Endurance, Health and Life”.

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Episode #253: James Nguyen on the Evolution of You

James Nguyen is the co-founder and managing partner of Anti-Hero Capital, the first investment fund exclusively dedicated to investing in blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies using evolutionary science.

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Episode #243: Sherry Walling on the Art of Zen

Dr. Sherry Walling is the life force behind ZenFounder. She is a licensed clinical psychologist with extensive experience treating stress-related problems in high achieving people.

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Episode #231: My Smartphone Addiction and How I Overcame It

My Smartphone Addiction and How I Overcame It

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Episode #220: Expanding the Limits of Human Endurance with Alex Hutchinson

Alex Hutchinson is National Magazine Award-winning journalist who writes about the science of endurance for Runner’s World and Outside, and frequently contributes to other publications such as the New York Times and the New Yorker.

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Episode #199: The Difference Between Design Thinking, the Lean Startup, and Agile

As more large companies begin to embark upon audacious transformation plans and set up innovation teams, more corporate professionals are being introduced to a world in which terms like design thinking, lean, agile, pivot, experiment, fail, adapt and so on are used almost interchangeably.

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Episode #175: Peak Performance with Brad Stulberg

Brad Stulberg writes about health and the science of human performance.

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Episode #114: Mark Waldman on Neurowisdom in the Workplace

Listen to Mark Waldman, neuroscience researcher and creator of NeuroWisdom 101 talk about maintaining mindfulness throughout your whole day, brain training strategies, the power of daydreaming, and much more.

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Episode #404: Cutting Corporate Red Tape and Bulls#!t with Martin Lindstrom

Martin Lindstrom is the founder and chairman of Lindstrom Company, a global branding & culture transformation firm, operating across five continents and more than 30 countries.

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Bonus Episode: The Millennial Mastermind, Brad Mulvey

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Episode #320: Beth Comstock on General Electric and How To Imagine It Forward in Large Companies

Beth Comstock Bestselling Author and Former Change-maker at GE

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Episode #292: Scott Anthony on Transforming Your Company

Scott Anthony is the Managing Director at Innosight. In his time with Innosight, Scott has advised senior leaders in companies such as Procter & Gamble, Johnson & Johnson, SingTel, Kraft, General Electric, LG, the Ayala Group, and Cisco Systems on topics of growth and innovation.

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Episode #277: Book Summary - 21 Lessons for the 21st Century by Yuval Noah Harari

Fresh off the back of the success of Sapiens and Homo Deus, Professor Yuval Noah Harari has returned with another book, not quite for the ages, but for the 21st Century. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century cut through the information overwhelm and muddy waters of the online world and confronts the most urgent questions on today’s global agenda.

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Episode #276: The Corporate Startup with Dan Toma

Dan Toma is the co-author The Corporate Startup: How Established Companies Can Develop Successful Innovation Ecosystems.

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Episode #270: Doblin’s Ten Types of Innovation with Larry Keeley

Larry Keeley is an innovation strategist who has worked for over four decades to develop more effective innovation methods.

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Episode #269: Time to Kill Innovation Theatre and Get Serious!

The late Stephen Hawking famously said that “intelligence is the ability to adapt to change”. If you’re reading this, then it’s no secret that the world is changing fast thanks to Moore’s Law and its impact on technology and consequently, the way we do business.

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Episode #260: Increase Your Risk Tolerance

In poker, your bankroll represents how much money you’ve set aside exclusively to play. By playing within your bankroll you’re less likely to fall victim to the sunk cost bias - our tendency to chase our losses - or to bet more than you can afford to lose. How much are you willing to lose?

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Episode #258: Three Innovation Myths BUSTED!

In this instalment of Fast Fix Friday I bust three innovation myths.

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Episode #257: Alex Osterwalder on Taking a Portfolio Approach to Disruptive Innovation by Future² Innovation

Alex is an entrepreneur, speaker and business model innovator. He is co-founder of Strategyzer, a SaaS company that helps organizations develop new growth engines, better value propositions and powerful business models via online applications and facilitated online courses.

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Episode #256: You Can't Innovate Because You Were Born That Way

In this instalment of Fast Fix Friday I explore how the real reason traditional large companies struggle to innovate could be physiological.

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Episode #252: Floptus Sport and the Five Whys

Many have credited Optus for taking ownership with the advertisements it took out on page two of newspaper across Australia, admitting its “monumental stuff up” and announcing that it would be refunding Floptus, er, Optus Sport subscribers and giving them an additional six weeks of free access to the service after the World Cup comes to a close in mid-July. But was this a case of extreme ownership or of simply being backed into a corner?

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Episode #251: The Everything Episode

In this funisode of Future Squared, I welcome back into the fold my colleagues Sean and Shay to talk about, well...everything we wanted to.

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Episode #250: Strategies of War

I talk about some strategies of war that are relevant to the workplace as well.

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Episode #246: How to Stay Innovative at a Fintech Startup Turned Global Financial Services Behemoth with Mike Todasco

Mike Todasco is the Director of Innovation at PayPal responsible for increasing the creative output of employees across the company. Prior to that Mike spent time at PayPal in Product Management, Product Marketing, Product Launch and Product Analytics roles.

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Episode #244: Is Entrepreneurship for You And, What Kind of Entrepreneurship?

It seems that everybody wants to build the next UBER, the next unicorn, but do you need to? Would you not be happy generating a six-figure income doing what you love and having freedom over your decisions, not having to report to a boss who is simply in that role due to political maneuvering or length of tenure? You’ve got to be clear on defining what kind of business you want to build.

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Episode #241: Jeremy Heimans on New Power

Jeremy Heimans is the co-founder and CEO of Purpose, an organization headquartered in New York that builds and supports social movements around the world.

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Episode #240: The Number One Reason Your Organisation Can't Innovate

In this week's instalment of Fast Fix Friday, I talk about the number one thing holding back your organization from innovating.

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Episode #238: The Rise of China and What Corporate Innovation Teams Can Learn from It

For many years China was considered a basketcase with its population, resigned to a life of poverty in the rice fields .

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Episode #234: 5 Ways You're Sabotaging Your Organisation

5 Ways You're Sabotaging Your Organisation

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Episode #232: Rise of the Rest with Brian Ardinger

Brian Ardinger is the founder of NXXT, the InsideOutside.io podcast, and the Inside/Outside Innovation Summit. For over 25 years Brian has been helping entrepreneurs and enterprises navigate and compete in a world of change and disruption.

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Episode #230: VR, Media and Metal with Jon Satterley

Jon Satterley is an experienced entertainment & media industry executive and thought leader. I have been recognized as an innovator with expert knowledge of new products, emerging technology and digital business strategy.

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Episode #221: Amplify Your Introduction Requests

If you’re asking for a warm introduction to somebody, who has thousands of connections, this can become quite the task, nor is there any way to find out just how well connected they are to these people - I often get the response “oh, I don’t actually really know the person of interest”, as is the case with most social networks. Find out what to ask instead in today's instalment of Fast Fix Friday.

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Episode #213: The Introverted Leader with Jennifer Kahnweiler

Jennifer B. Kahnweiler, Ph.D. Certified Speaking Professional, is an author and global speaker hailed as a “champion for introverts.”

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Episode #212: Ideas are Overrated

For today’s instalment of Fast Fix Friday, let's talk why ideas and why they're overrated.

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Episode #209: Technology and Innovation in 2018 - Musings and Predictions

In this episode of Future Squared, we welcome back Sean and Shay from Collective Campus to talk about our musings, ponderings and predictions for 2018 when it comes to technology and innovation.

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Episode #204: 5 Ways Investment Can Kill Innovation

In this episode of Fast Fix Friday we unpack the five ways that investment can KILL innovation.

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Episode #203: Perry Marshall on 80/20 Sales and Marketing

Perry Marshall is one of the world's most expensive and sought-after business consultants, endorsed by FORBES, INC Magazine, and the most respected entrepreneurs in the world

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Episode #201: The Future of Real Estate with Charter Hall, Equiem, realAS and Loc8

In this episode of Future Squared, I bring you our Melbourne panel discussion which took place at Collective Campus and featured Gabrielle McMillan of Equiem, Josh Rowe of realAs, David Hodges of Loc8 and of course, Aidan Coleman, CIO/CTO of Charter Hall.

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Episode #199: The Difference Between Design Thinking, the Lean Startup, and Agile

As more large companies begin to embark upon audacious transformation plans and set up innovation teams, more corporate professionals are being introduced to a world in which terms like design thinking, lean, agile, pivot, experiment, fail, adapt and so on are used almost interchangeably.

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Episode #197: What Corporate Innovation Teams Can Learn from Jeff Immelt's Ousting at Ge

Here's what corporate innovation teams can learn from Jeff Immelt's ousting at GE.

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Episode #196: Innovation in Water with Sean Hanrahan

Sean is the Senior Environmental Strategist at City West Water where he works across a range of areas including climate change, renewable energy, resource recovery and sustainability.

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Episode #195: The Corporate Innovation Trade-Off

More often than not, senior management and the C-suite assume that exploring disruptive innovation is incredibly risky, and it is.

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Episode #191: Corporate Innovation at Singapore Post with Bernard Leong

Bernard Leong is currently the Head of Post Office Network & Digital Services in Singapore Post, an angel investor within the Southeast Asia entrepreneurial ecosystem.

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Episode #188: Smell Don't Tell: How to Get Buy-In

Winning buy-in from senior and middle management for corporate innovation initiatives is one of the biggest challenges intrapreneurs face.

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Episode #187: Liz Wiseman on Multiplier Leadership

Liz Wiseman teaches leadership to executives around the world.

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Episode #186: The One Metric That Matters for Corporate Innovation

What gets measured gets managed.

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Episode #185: Tim Harford Returns to talk 50 Things That Made the Modern Economy

Tim Hardford is an economist, author, TED speaker, journalist and broadcaster.

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Episode #183: Cy Wakeman on Silencing Your Ego and Why Employee Accountability Should Come Before Engagement

Cy Wakeman is a dynamic international keynote speaker, business consultant, New York Times bestselling author, and global thought leader with over 25 years experience cultivating a revolutionary new approach to leadership.

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Episode #181: $100K to $100M with Jason Calacanis

Jason Calacanis is a tech entrepreneur, wildly successful angel investor, and the host of the popular weekly podcast This Week in Startups.

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Episode #179: The Business Case Alternative - How to Support Disruptive Innovation at a Large Company

Disruptive ideas usually don’t see light of day at large companies. And when they do, it’s not for long.

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Episode #176: KPIs and Incentives to Encourage Corporate Innovation

I left the corporate world years ago not only because I managed to raise funding to pursue my own startup ideabut mostly because there was little to no incentive for managers to encourage new ideas or change.

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Episode #171: Ask Me Anything (AMA) with Steve Glaveski

In this episode of Future Squared, I answer a number of questions that have been posed to me, either from workshop participants or from emails and tweets I’ve received from listeners.

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Episode #169: Disrupt the Public Sector, Innovation in Government: Jamie Skella, Maz Alvaro & Janna McCann

Collective Campus hosted Disrupt the Public Sector, its annual conference on innovation in Government, for the third time this year as part of the Australian Government’s Innovation Month 2017.

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Episode #168: Top 10 Company Pivots of All Time

Here are our team’s favourite company pivots of all time.

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Episode #166: 8 Types of Corporate Startup Partnerships

Large organisations are engaging startups in growing numbers.

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Episode #161: Kevin Kelly on the Inevitable

Kevin Kelly is Senior Maverick at Wired magazine. He co-founded Wired in 1993, and served as its Executive Editor for its first seven years.

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Episode #159: Step Outside Your Comfort Zone with Andy Molinsky

Andy Molinsky is a Professor of International Management and Organizational Behavior at Brandeis University's International Business School, with a joint appointment in the Department of Psychology. Andy’s second book, Reach, came out earlier this year, and it makes a case for successful people not necessarily wanting to do the things most of us fear but having found their own way to do them.

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Episode #158: Corporate Innovation in Asia-Pacific

This is a special midweek bonus episode!

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Episode #156: Growth Hacking with Sean Ellis

Tune in to hear what Sean Ellis, CEO and founder of GrowthHackers.com has to say on growth hacking, innovation, and other similar topics.

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Episode #155: Funisode on a Singaporean Balcony

Tune in to hear what colleagues Steve, Sean, and Shay have to say about all things tech, innovation, food, culture, and various other topics while atop a Singapore Highrise.

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Episode #154: 5 Ways to Prevent Your Innovation Lab from Failing

In this episode, learn what it takes to stop your innovation lab from failing.

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Episode #152: The Hard Truth about Corporate Innovation

Listen in to hear about corporate innovation and its importance in keeping today's companies relevant.

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Episode #149: Drew Koven on Impact Investing, Diversity and Inclusion

Tune in to hear what Drew Koven, the Managing Director of LDR Ventures has to say about the state of retail, common pitflalls that entrepreneurs take, along with other relevant topics.

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Episode #148: Movie Giant Confident Online Rentalz a Passing Fad

Listen in for a fun instalment in this Fast Fix Friday.

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Episode #145: Brad Feld on Corporate Innovation, Building Startup Ecosystems and Techstars Adelaide

Tune into this podcast to see what Brad Feld, co-founder of Foundry Group, Mobius Venture Capital, and Intensity Ventures, and Techstars has to say about the Australian startup ecosystem, depression in the startup ecosystem, and other similar topics.

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Episode #144: 13 Must Haves BEFORE You Run a Corporate Hackathon or Innovation Bootcamp

In this podcast, learn the 13 things that make a world of a difference in getting the most out of corporate hackathons.

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Episode #140: How to Identify Synergies between Corporates and Startups

Listen in to this podcast to hear how to identify synergies to accelerate growth.

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Episode #138: 10 Ways to Get Buy-in for Corporate Innovation

Listen in to this Fast Fix Friday that delves into the 10 ways to get buy in from executives for corporate innovation initiatives and projects.

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Episode #137: Our Driverless Future with Evangelos Simoudis

In this podcast, we welcome back Evangelos Simoudis, a recognized big data expert and corporation innovation, to cover topics such as drivers of automotive disruption, the impact of urbanisation on vehicle ownership and use, implications for auto insurers, and other similar subjects.

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Episode #134: Design Thinking is Never Enough

Listen in to hear what Steve has to say about why Design Thiking is never enough.

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Episode #133: The Employee Experience Advantage with Jacob Morgan

In this podcast, listen in to hear about what Jacob Morgan, best-selling author, speaker, and futurist has to say on topics surrounding how to balance freedom with organisational control, the negative impact of short-termism, and why expensive employee engagement programs fail.

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Episode #132: 15 Attributes of the Corporate Innovator

In this episode, we cover 15 attributes of the corporate innovator and intrapreneur.

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Episode #131: Book Launch - Day 5 of 5...and a final word on 10X mindsets!

Listen in to hear about day 5 of the book promo along with some final thoughts on 10x mindsets.

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Episode #129: Book Launch Day 4 of 5 - 1,500 Downloads and Counting!

Tune in to hear how day 4 of the book promo is going.

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Episode #128: Book Launch Day 3 of 5...And a Very Special Offer!

Tune in to hear how day 3 of our 5 day book promo is going, including a special offer!

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Episode #127: Company Environments Determine Innovation Efforts

In this episode of Fast Fix Friday, listen to Steve Discuss how an organisation's environment can be the difference between incremental thinking and breakthrough thinking and draw parallels between this and proliferation of soft, electronic artists in the inner city.

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Future Squared Episode #126: Book Launch Day 2 of 5 - #1 on Amazon & 3 Mistakes Corporate Innovation Teams Make!

Tune into this episode to see how day 2 of our 5 day book promotion is going.

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Future Squared Episode #125: Book Launch Day 1 of 5!

Tune into this episode to hear about our first day of our book promotion!

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Episode #122: Take Company Culture to Infinity and Beyond with former Pixar CFO, Lawrence Levy

Listen in to see what Lawrence Levy, former CFO of PIxar Animation Studios has to say on topics surrounding creating the condiitons to support innovation, building a buffer for creative mistakes, aligning vision with with investor and stakeholder expectations, and much more.

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Episode #121: Ask for Forgiveness, not Permission.

In this episode of Fast Fix Friday, learn about what you can do if you find yourself against a brick wall whenever you've got an idea to share.

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Episode #120: Peter Diamandis on Exponential Technologies and Abundance Mindsets

Listen in to hear what Peter Diamindis, international pioneer of innovation, incentive competitions and commercial space has to say about topics like the impact of exponential technology growth, the evolution of healthcare, the automation of many medical professions, and much more.

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Episode #117: Learning from Legends - Rick Rubin on Creativity and Innovation

In this episode of Fast Fix Friday, hear from legendary music producer, Rick Rubin and how the music industry can teach a lot about corporate innovation.

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Episode #110: Alec Ross on the Industries of the Future

Listen to Alec Ross, one of America's leading experts in innovation, talk about the industries of the future, exclusive globalisation, universal basic income, and many more similar topics.

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Episode #105: Optimise your Return on Failure (RoF)

In this episode of Fast Fix Friday, Steve talks about how you can optimise your Return on Failure and how in this rapidly changing business environment, it's important to be able to take risks and learn from failure.

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Episode #103: How Legal Teams Can Enable Corporate Innovation

In a world where innovating has become the new norm, regulations, corporate legal and compliance teams are a common obstacles for new businesses. Tune in to see how organizations work around experiementing while being constantly watched over.

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Episode #102: Tableturner - Fundamentals of Corporate Innovation and Intrapreneurship

Listen to your host, Steve Glaveski himself be interviewed as he talks about topics like the biggest misconception about enterprise innovation, and which corporate companies are leading in innovation.

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Episode #101: Fast Fix Friday on Why Sharing Information is Key to Innovation

On this episode of Fast Fix Friday, listen to Steve talk about a topic inspired by the co-founder of Reddit, Aaron Swartz; the importance of sharing information.

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Episode #92: Party @ Collective Campus - What Gets You Excited About Technology in 2017?

During a holiday party here, at Collective Campus, Steve asks his guests about what future technology excites them.

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Episode #1: Predictions For Enterprise Innovation 2016 with KPMG Innovate's Brenton Charnley

The rate of disruption to industry incumbents is increasing and 2015 was a testament to that.

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Episode #395: Becoming Financially Well with WeMoney's Dan Jovevski

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Episode #261: Book Summary: Behave - The Biology of Humans at Our Best and Worst by Robert Sapolsky

Here's a summary of neuroendocrinologist Robert Sapolsky’s 2017 book, Behave: The Biology of Humans at Our Best and Worst, which has been the best book I’ve read this year by far. I distilled the 680 page book into 40 Google Doc pages of notes and now aim to further distill some of the key points into this blog post for your consumption.

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Episode #251: The Everything Episode

In this funisode of Future Squared, I welcome back into the fold my colleagues Sean and Shay to talk about, well...everything we wanted to.

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Episode #246: How to Stay Innovative at a Fintech Startup Turned Global Financial Services Behemoth with Mike Todasco

Mike Todasco is the Director of Innovation at PayPal responsible for increasing the creative output of employees across the company. Prior to that Mike spent time at PayPal in Product Management, Product Marketing, Product Launch and Product Analytics roles.

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Episode #238: The Rise of China and What Corporate Innovation Teams Can Learn from It

For many years China was considered a basketcase with its population, resigned to a life of poverty in the rice fields .

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Episode #205: Tim O’Reilly on What’s The Future (WTF?)

Tim O’Reilly popularised the terms Open Source and Web 2.0.

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Episode #185: Tim Harford Returns to talk 50 Things That Made the Modern Economy

Tim Hardford is an economist, author, TED speaker, journalist and broadcaster.

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Episode #167: Bitcoin, Blockchain and the Internet of Money with Andreas Antonopoulos

Andreas M. Antonopoulos is a technologist and serial entrepreneur who has become one of the most well-known and well-respected figures in bitcoin.

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Episode #163: Everybody Lies with Seth Stephens-Davidowitz

Seth Stephens-Davidowitz is a New York Times op-ed contributor, a visiting lecturer at The Wharton School, and a former Google data scientist.

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Episode #110: Alec Ross on the Industries of the Future

Listen to Alec Ross, one of America's leading experts in innovation, talk about the industries of the future, exclusive globalisation, universal basic income, and many more similar topics.

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Episode #89: Trump, Brexit and an Extraordinary Time with Marc Levinson

In this episode, we're joined by Marc Levinson, an economist and a historian specializing in business and finance to chat about topics like the innovation and productivity paradox, technology adaptation lags, and the inverse relationship between productivity and employment.

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Episode #402: Reinvent the Way You Work with Jonas Altman

In this episode of Future Squared, workologist and author of Shapers, Jonas Altman, joins Steve Glaveski to talk the future of work.

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Episode #377: Boosting Your Immunity with Lucas Aoun

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Episode #316: Dr Joseph Mercola on Fat, Fasting and Keto

Dr Joseph Mercola on Fat, Fasting and Keto Physician, health activist and founder of Mercola.com

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Episode #301: Less Doing, More Living with Ari Meisel

Ari Meisel is an entrepreneur, author, CEO, TED speaker, real estate developer, green building consultant, and productivity expert.

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Episode #281: Life Lessons from the Cockpit of QF32 with Richard De Crespigny

A deeply insightful two hours long deep dive conversation with Richard De Crespigny on topics that pertain to not only survive a crisis situation in the air, which - fortunately - few of us will have to do, but how to apply the elements of resilience to better navigate crisis in our own lives, embrace adversity and thrive, whether in a business setting or even when it comes to our own interpersonal relationships.

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Episode #280: Run in the Rain

Oftentimes in life, you need to run in the rain.

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Episode #259: Ben Greenfield on Total Body and Mind Optimisation

Ben Greenfield is a biohacker, human body and brain performance coach, ex-bodybuilder, Ironman triathlete, professional Spartan athlete, anti-aging consultant, speaker and author of the New York Times Bestseller “Beyond Training: Mastering Endurance, Health and Life”.

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Episode #220: Expanding the Limits of Human Endurance with Alex Hutchinson

Alex Hutchinson is National Magazine Award-winning journalist who writes about the science of endurance for Runner’s World and Outside, and frequently contributes to other publications such as the New York Times and the New Yorker.

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Episode #118: Rediscover your Creativity with Graffiti Artist & Keynoter Extraodinaire, Erik Wahl

Listen to hear what Erik Wahl, internationally known graffiiti artist, author, and philanthropist has to say about topics like the beauty of long haul flights, art and expanded consciousness, mediation and fitness, and much more.

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Episode #98: How to Prepare for and Kill It in 2017!

In this episode, your host, Steve Glaveski, take the role as interviewee as CEO of Akagu, Jimmy Zhong, asks him questions on how to prepare for the new year and maintain your mojo throughout.

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Episode #394: Get Twice as Much Done in Half the Time with Steve Glaveski

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Episode #393: My new book, Time Rich, is out today + 10 Productivity Tips

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Episode #369: James Clear on Replacing Bad Habits with Good Habits

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Episode #361: Mobility Matters with Aaron Aldred

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Episode #360: Paul Roos on Leadership and Performance by Design

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Episode #342: Human Performance Optimisation with Lucas Aoun

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Bonus Episode: The Millennial Mastermind, Brad Mulvey

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Episode #324: Productivity with Mike Vardy

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Episode #316: Dr Joseph Mercola on Fat, Fasting and Keto

Dr Joseph Mercola on Fat, Fasting and Keto Physician, health activist and founder of Mercola.com

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Episode #314: 3 Ways to Learn Faster and Remember Longer

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Episode #313: Jonathan Levi on Superhuman Learning and Memory

Jonathan Levi is an experienced entrepreneur, angel investor, and lifehacker from Silicon Valley.

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Episode #308: The Value of Wasting Time

In this episode, I ponder the sometimes unintended benefits of wasting time and procrastinating. 

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Bonus Episode: Tom Heffner on Military Resilience and Innovation

Tom Heffner is a podcaster, author, speaker, and innovation expert. His goal is to help you thrive at work and in life and believes that every day, purposeful habits and practices are vital to this pursuit.

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Episode #302: Why We Sleep

Why we sleep...there's a lot more to it than you might think.

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Episode #301: Less Doing, More Living with Ari Meisel

Ari Meisel is an entrepreneur, author, CEO, TED speaker, real estate developer, green building consultant, and productivity expert.

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Episode #300: Why We 'Grind'

Celebrating 300 episodes of Future Squared with a simple reminder of why we 'grind'.

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Episode #298: Life-Changing Mental Shifts with Ajit Nawalkha

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Episode #296: Jason Fried on Why It Doesn’t Have to Be Crazy at Work

Jason Fried thinks deeply about collaboration, productivity and the nature of work. He's the co-founder of project management platform Basecamp.

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Episode #295: Think Peacoats for Productivity

No, I'm not talking about those winter jackets - although that's a useful visual mnemonic, what I’m talking about is a deliberate productivity framework that will 10X your output and quality of life. What I’m talking about is deliberate Prioritise, economies of scale and alignment, Cut, Outsource, Automate, Test and Start; or PeaCOATS.

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Episode #294: Peter Bregman on Leading with Emotional Courage

For over 30 years, Peter Bregman has worked with CEOs and senior leaders to help them create accountability and inspire collective action on their most important work. He helps leaders to develop their leadership skills, build aligned, collaborative teams, and overcome obstacles to drive results for their organizations.

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Episode #293: How to Be a Polymath

As Warren Buffett put it, "the difference between successful people and really successful people is that really successful people say no to almost everything." And I agree, wholeheartedly. However this doesn't mean you can't excel at more than one thing.

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Episode #290: Mick Wall on Four Decades in Rock Journalism

Mick Wall is an author, journalist, film, television and radio writer-producer, who’s worked inside the music industry for over 35 years. He is widely considered to be to music journalism what Keith Richards is to guitar.

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Episode #289: No Plan B

I just had the honour of interviewing the one and only Mick Wall, who is to music journalism what Keith Richards is to guitar. He has worked with everyone from Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath to Guns n Roses and Bon Jovi.

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Episode #263: The Paradox of Choice

In this episode, we explore how more usually means less - less happiness, less satisfaction, less success.

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Episode #262: Melissa Ambrosini on Silencing Your Inner Critic

Melissa Ambrosini is the bestselling author of Mastering Your Mean Girl and Open Wide, a keynote speaker, entrepreneur and self-love teacher.

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Episode #261: Book Summary: Behave - The Biology of Humans at Our Best and Worst by Robert Sapolsky

Here's a summary of neuroendocrinologist Robert Sapolsky’s 2017 book, Behave: The Biology of Humans at Our Best and Worst, which has been the best book I’ve read this year by far. I distilled the 680 page book into 40 Google Doc pages of notes and now aim to further distill some of the key points into this blog post for your consumption.

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Episode #259: Ben Greenfield on Total Body and Mind Optimisation

Ben Greenfield is a biohacker, human body and brain performance coach, ex-bodybuilder, Ironman triathlete, professional Spartan athlete, anti-aging consultant, speaker and author of the New York Times Bestseller “Beyond Training: Mastering Endurance, Health and Life”.

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Episode #254: 12 Ways to Maintain Your Energy and Enthusiasm

In this episode of Fast Fix Friday, I explore 12 tools and techniques that can help you to stay focused long after the initial buzz o the honeymoon period wears off.

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Episode #253: James Nguyen on the Evolution of You

James Nguyen is the co-founder and managing partner of Anti-Hero Capital, the first investment fund exclusively dedicated to investing in blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies using evolutionary science.

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Episode #247: I Feel The Need, The Need For Speed

In today's episode, we talk about speed. Speed means time, and time is fundamental to success.

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Episode #243: Sherry Walling on the Art of Zen

Dr. Sherry Walling is the life force behind ZenFounder. She is a licensed clinical psychologist with extensive experience treating stress-related problems in high achieving people.

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Episode #239: Grant Cardone on 10Xing your Business and Life

Grant Cardone is a New York Times bestselling author and an internationally renowned speaker on leadership, real estate investing, entrepreneurship, and finance.

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Episode #236: Adam Grant on Making Work Suck Less

Adam Grant has been Wharton’s top-rated teacher for four straight years. He has been recognized as one of the world’s 25 most influential management thinkers and the world's top 40 business professors under 40.

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Episode #233: Arj Barker on What It Takes to Make It and Sustain It

You might be wondering why I invited a comedian to appear on the show. For one, there are many parallels between making it as a comedian, a musician, an athlete and an entrepreneur and we explore them in today’s conversation. That and Arj’s show, which I was lucky enough to catch on the Saturday night before this conversation, was heavy on tech talk, making fun of our tendency to become furious by 5 minute UBER wait times in this, the age of instant gratification.

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Episode #231: My Smartphone Addiction and How I Overcame It

My Smartphone Addiction and How I Overcame It

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Episode #224: The Science of Lean, DevOps & High Performing Organisations with Nicole Forsgren

Nicole is an IT impacts expert who is best known for her work with tech professionals and as the lead investigator on the largest DevOps studies to date.

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Episode #223: We Are All Teachers

In this episode of Fast Fix Friday, I talk about something that we are all liable to be blindsided by.

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Episode #220: Expanding the Limits of Human Endurance with Alex Hutchinson

Alex Hutchinson is National Magazine Award-winning journalist who writes about the science of endurance for Runner’s World and Outside, and frequently contributes to other publications such as the New York Times and the New Yorker.

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Episode #218: Virtual Reality with Jeremy Bailenson

Jeremy Bailenson is founding director of Stanford University’s Virtual Human Interaction Lab and a Faculty Leader at Stanford’s Center for Longevity.

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Episode #217: Amplify your Finishing Kick

The tendency to speed up as we approach the finishing line in a race is called ‘the finishing kick’ by Alex Hutchinson, and it can be found not only in endurance sports, but weightlifting, and if you look closely enough, the workplace.

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Episode #215: The End of Deep Leisure

In this episode of Fast Fix Friday, I tell a story that encapsulates a worrying trend signifying the end of not only deep work, but also deep leisure.

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Episode #214: Discipline

Today, I talk discipline, and how small decisions made repeatedly could be the difference between a super fulfilling life and a less than rewarding one.

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Episode #211: The Rise of Tech Addiction with Adam Alter

Adam is an Associate Professor of Marketing and Psychology at New York University’s Stern School of Business, and the author of Drunk Tank Pink, a New York Times bestseller about the forces that shape how we think, feel, and behave, and Irresistible, a book about the rise of tech addiction and what we should do about it.

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Episode #208: How to Set and Achieve Your Goals

In the very first instalment of Fast Fix Friday for the year, I thought it would make sense to talk about your goals for the year - not only how to set them but some things you might want to put into place to help you achieve them!

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Episode #207: Stop Doing the Wrong Things Right with the Five Whys

In recent times when Eric Ries met with senior executives at Toyota, famed for their lean production system, they echoed Drucker’s words and said “we’ve got a system for efficiently producing widgets but we don’t have a system for deciding what to produce in the first place”. Yes, whatever decision you are making in life it’s important to determine whether you are focusing on the right decision in the first place. Thus is the nature of today's instalment of Fast Fix Friday.

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Episode #206: How to Make Better Decisions

n this episode of Fast Fix Friday, I'll provide one way we go about making decisions at Collective Campus, which admittedly, works best when working in a team of at least three trustworthy, radically honest people who have enough experience in said areas to facilitate a constructive process.

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Episode #190: Learning How to Learn

The world is changing faster than ever and up to 60% of today’s jobs are likely to be automated in the next 10-15 years.

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Episode #189: Find Your Why with David Mead

David Mead is an author and igniter for Simon Sinek, author of three best-selling books: Start With Why, Leaders Eat Last and Together is Better.

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Episode #188: Smell Don't Tell: How to Get Buy-In

Winning buy-in from senior and middle management for corporate innovation initiatives is one of the biggest challenges intrapreneurs face.

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Episode #183: Cy Wakeman on Silencing Your Ego and Why Employee Accountability Should Come Before Engagement

Cy Wakeman is a dynamic international keynote speaker, business consultant, New York Times bestselling author, and global thought leader with over 25 years experience cultivating a revolutionary new approach to leadership.

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Episode #182: 3 Cognitive Biases that Inhibit Innovation

While we - human beings - like to think of ourselves as rational creatures, the truth is we are anything but.

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Episode #177: Gretchen Rubin on The Four Tendencies

Gretchen Rubin is the author of The Happiness Project, Happier at Home, Better Than Before, and her newest book, The Four Tendencies - The Indispensable Personality Profiles That Reveal How to Make Your Life Better (and Other People’s Lives Better Too), which comes out this September.

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Episode #175: Peak Performance with Brad Stulberg

Brad Stulberg writes about health and the science of human performance.

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Episode #173: Best Of: Rituals and Routines of Future² Guests

If you’re a long-time listener you’d be very familiar with the three lightning round questions I ask my guests at the end of each show - one of which is on the daily rituals and routines they maintain to stay on top of their games.

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Episode #171: Ask Me Anything (AMA) with Steve Glaveski

In this episode of Future Squared, I answer a number of questions that have been posed to me, either from workshop participants or from emails and tweets I’ve received from listeners.

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Episode #170: It's Not Just About What You Do When You Feel like It...

In this episode, I talk how I'm feeling right now and a big choice I had to make when waking up, post holiday this morning.

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Episode #165: The Secret Ingredient Behind the World’s Best Teams with Sam Walker

Sam Walker is The Wall Street Journal’s deputy editor for enterprise, the unit that oversees the paper’s in-depth page-one features and investigative reporting projects.

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Episode #160: Why We Need to Learn Something New Every Damn Day

Find out why we need to keep learning, every damn day in this episode of Future Squared.

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Episode #159: Step Outside Your Comfort Zone with Andy Molinsky

Andy Molinsky is a Professor of International Management and Organizational Behavior at Brandeis University's International Business School, with a joint appointment in the Department of Psychology. Andy’s second book, Reach, came out earlier this year, and it makes a case for successful people not necessarily wanting to do the things most of us fear but having found their own way to do them.

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Episode #151: How to be a Stoic with Massimo Pigliucci

Listen to Massimo Pigliucci, Philosophy Professor at the City University of New York, talk about the intersection of philosophy and science and other related topics.

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Episode #147: The Mindful Entrepreneur with Joel Gerschman and Howard Finger

Tune in to hear what Joel Gerschman, leading coach, author, and educator in business growth, along with Howard Finger, CEO of VinciWorks have to say about prioritising the important over the urgent, the importance of defining your core purpose, and other relevant topics.

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Episode #143: Boost Your Sales EQ with Jeb Blount

Listen in to hear what Jeb Blount, Sales Acceleration Specialist, has to say about topics like why emotional intelligence matters in sales, how to align your selling process with your buying process, and much more.

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Episode #141: How To Be Everything with Emilie Wapnick

Listen in to hear Emilie Wapnick, writer, career coach, blogger, and community leader, talk about topics like why we do our best and most rapid learning when we first dive into something new, how to handle multiple topics at once, and other similar topics.

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Episode #139: The Do-Over with Jon Acuff

In this episode, hear what Jon Acruff, the author of "Do Over: Make Today the First Day of Your Career", has to say about his own personal do-over, why its important to have a do-over advocate, and other similar topics.

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Episode #131: Book Launch - Day 5 of 5...and a final word on 10X mindsets!

Listen in to hear about day 5 of the book promo along with some final thoughts on 10x mindsets.

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Episode #120: Peter Diamandis on Exponential Technologies and Abundance Mindsets

Listen in to hear what Peter Diamindis, international pioneer of innovation, incentive competitions and commercial space has to say about topics like the impact of exponential technology growth, the evolution of healthcare, the automation of many medical professions, and much more.

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Episode #118: Rediscover your Creativity with Graffiti Artist & Keynoter Extraodinaire, Erik Wahl

Listen to hear what Erik Wahl, internationally known graffiiti artist, author, and philanthropist has to say about topics like the beauty of long haul flights, art and expanded consciousness, mediation and fitness, and much more.

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Episode #115: Identify your Blind Spots

In this episode of Fast Fix Friday, we delve into the importance of feedback and why you should be getting it often.

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Episode #114: Mark Waldman on Neurowisdom in the Workplace

Listen to Mark Waldman, neuroscience researcher and creator of NeuroWisdom 101 talk about maintaining mindfulness throughout your whole day, brain training strategies, the power of daydreaming, and much more.

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Episode #105: Optimise your Return on Failure (RoF)

In this episode of Fast Fix Friday, Steve talks about how you can optimise your Return on Failure and how in this rapidly changing business environment, it's important to be able to take risks and learn from failure.

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Episode #98: How to Prepare for and Kill It in 2017!

In this episode, your host, Steve Glaveski, take the role as interviewee as CEO of Akagu, Jimmy Zhong, asks him questions on how to prepare for the new year and maintain your mojo throughout.

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Episode #89: Trump, Brexit and an Extraordinary Time with Marc Levinson

In this episode, we're joined by Marc Levinson, an economist and a historian specializing in business and finance to chat about topics like the innovation and productivity paradox, technology adaptation lags, and the inverse relationship between productivity and employment.

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Episode #360: Paul Roos on Leadership and Performance by Design

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Episode #353: Trillion Dollar Coach with Google’s Jonathan Rosenberg and Alan Eagle

Authors and Silicon Valley Tech Titans

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Bonus Episode: The Millennial Mastermind, Brad Mulvey

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Episode #296: Jason Fried on Why It Doesn’t Have to Be Crazy at Work

Jason Fried thinks deeply about collaboration, productivity and the nature of work. He's the co-founder of project management platform Basecamp.

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Episode #287: Yes And, Not No But

When evaluating someone's idea, it's always tempting and easy to point out the myriad reasons why it won't work, instead of to add value and encourage.

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Episode #285: How to Set, Achieve and Maintain High Standards

This week’s inspiration comes from Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos’ 2018 shareholder letter.

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Episode #281: Life Lessons from the Cockpit of QF32 with Richard De Crespigny

A deeply insightful two hours long deep dive conversation with Richard De Crespigny on topics that pertain to not only survive a crisis situation in the air, which - fortunately - few of us will have to do, but how to apply the elements of resilience to better navigate crisis in our own lives, embrace adversity and thrive, whether in a business setting or even when it comes to our own interpersonal relationships.

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Episode #269: Time to Kill Innovation Theatre and Get Serious!

The late Stephen Hawking famously said that “intelligence is the ability to adapt to change”. If you’re reading this, then it’s no secret that the world is changing fast thanks to Moore’s Law and its impact on technology and consequently, the way we do business.

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Episode #266: Mental Toughness with Jason Selk

Dr. Jason Selk is a best-selling author, psychologist and two-time World Series winning sports psychologist with the St Louis Cardinals.

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Episode #265: Book Summary: The 33 Strategies of War

As I’ve gone deeper and deeper into entrepreneurship and leadership roles in the past few years, I’ve develoepd an interest in learning from juxtaposed fields - whether it be sports, the arts or military strategy.

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Episode #253: James Nguyen on the Evolution of You

James Nguyen is the co-founder and managing partner of Anti-Hero Capital, the first investment fund exclusively dedicated to investing in blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies using evolutionary science.

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Episode #252: Floptus Sport and the Five Whys

Many have credited Optus for taking ownership with the advertisements it took out on page two of newspaper across Australia, admitting its “monumental stuff up” and announcing that it would be refunding Floptus, er, Optus Sport subscribers and giving them an additional six weeks of free access to the service after the World Cup comes to a close in mid-July. But was this a case of extreme ownership or of simply being backed into a corner?

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Episode #250: Strategies of War

I talk about some strategies of war that are relevant to the workplace as well.

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Episode #247: I Feel The Need, The Need For Speed

In today's episode, we talk about speed. Speed means time, and time is fundamental to success.

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Episode #244: Is Entrepreneurship for You And, What Kind of Entrepreneurship?

It seems that everybody wants to build the next UBER, the next unicorn, but do you need to? Would you not be happy generating a six-figure income doing what you love and having freedom over your decisions, not having to report to a boss who is simply in that role due to political maneuvering or length of tenure? You’ve got to be clear on defining what kind of business you want to build.

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Episode #241: Jeremy Heimans on New Power

Jeremy Heimans is the co-founder and CEO of Purpose, an organization headquartered in New York that builds and supports social movements around the world.

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Episode #240: The Number One Reason Your Organisation Can't Innovate

In this week's instalment of Fast Fix Friday, I talk about the number one thing holding back your organization from innovating.

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Episode #236: Adam Grant on Making Work Suck Less

Adam Grant has been Wharton’s top-rated teacher for four straight years. He has been recognized as one of the world’s 25 most influential management thinkers and the world's top 40 business professors under 40.

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Episode #232: Rise of the Rest with Brian Ardinger

Brian Ardinger is the founder of NXXT, the InsideOutside.io podcast, and the Inside/Outside Innovation Summit. For over 25 years Brian has been helping entrepreneurs and enterprises navigate and compete in a world of change and disruption.

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Episode #229: How We F*#cked Up

In the early days of Collective Campus, like most new organisations, we kept ourselves afloat by taking part time jobs on the side and working with a number of small clients who paid us just enough to keep the lights on. After building up enough case studies and collateral working with smaller organisations, we worked our way up and eventually hooked our first big A-list client, a global law firm with over 1,200 employees and revenues in excess of US$1B. Long story short, we f*cked up.

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Episode #228: Making Better Decisions with Annie Duke

Making Better Decisions with Annie Duke

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Episode #226: The Hidden Power of Networks with David Burkus

In this episode of Future Squared, I welcome back DAVID BURKUS, named one of the world’s top business thought leaders by Thinkers50 last year.

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Episode #224: The Science of Lean, DevOps & High Performing Organisations with Nicole Forsgren

Nicole is an IT impacts expert who is best known for her work with tech professionals and as the lead investigator on the largest DevOps studies to date.

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Episode #219: OODA (Observe, Orient, Decide, Act)

The OODA loop was a tool developed by military strategist John Boyd. Boyd was a US Air Force fighter pilot and Pentagon consultant whose theories have been highly influential in not just the military, but in sports, business and litigation.

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Episode #213: The Introverted Leader with Jennifer Kahnweiler

Jennifer B. Kahnweiler, Ph.D. Certified Speaking Professional, is an author and global speaker hailed as a “champion for introverts.”

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Episode #206: How to Make Better Decisions

n this episode of Fast Fix Friday, I'll provide one way we go about making decisions at Collective Campus, which admittedly, works best when working in a team of at least three trustworthy, radically honest people who have enough experience in said areas to facilitate a constructive process.

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Episode #199: The Difference Between Design Thinking, the Lean Startup, and Agile

As more large companies begin to embark upon audacious transformation plans and set up innovation teams, more corporate professionals are being introduced to a world in which terms like design thinking, lean, agile, pivot, experiment, fail, adapt and so on are used almost interchangeably.

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Episode #197: What Corporate Innovation Teams Can Learn from Jeff Immelt's Ousting at Ge

Here's what corporate innovation teams can learn from Jeff Immelt's ousting at GE.

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Episode #195: The Corporate Innovation Trade-Off

More often than not, senior management and the C-suite assume that exploring disruptive innovation is incredibly risky, and it is.

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Episode #191: Corporate Innovation at Singapore Post with Bernard Leong

Bernard Leong is currently the Head of Post Office Network & Digital Services in Singapore Post, an angel investor within the Southeast Asia entrepreneurial ecosystem.

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Episode #189: Find Your Why with David Mead

David Mead is an author and igniter for Simon Sinek, author of three best-selling books: Start With Why, Leaders Eat Last and Together is Better.

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Episode #188: Smell Don't Tell: How to Get Buy-In

Winning buy-in from senior and middle management for corporate innovation initiatives is one of the biggest challenges intrapreneurs face.

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Episode #187: Liz Wiseman on Multiplier Leadership

Liz Wiseman teaches leadership to executives around the world.

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Episode #186: The One Metric That Matters for Corporate Innovation

What gets measured gets managed.

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Episode #185: Tim Harford Returns to talk 50 Things That Made the Modern Economy

Tim Hardford is an economist, author, TED speaker, journalist and broadcaster.

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Episode #179: The Business Case Alternative - How to Support Disruptive Innovation at a Large Company

Disruptive ideas usually don’t see light of day at large companies. And when they do, it’s not for long.

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Episode #178: How to Incentivise People to Give You Product Feedback

Get out of the building from day one they say. It will be fun they say.

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Episode #176: KPIs and Incentives to Encourage Corporate Innovation

I left the corporate world years ago not only because I managed to raise funding to pursue my own startup ideabut mostly because there was little to no incentive for managers to encourage new ideas or change.

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Episode #164: Ethics and Evolution

Does government have a responsibility to keep its workforce employed in the face of technological change?

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Episode #159: Step Outside Your Comfort Zone with Andy Molinsky

Andy Molinsky is a Professor of International Management and Organizational Behavior at Brandeis University's International Business School, with a joint appointment in the Department of Psychology. Andy’s second book, Reach, came out earlier this year, and it makes a case for successful people not necessarily wanting to do the things most of us fear but having found their own way to do them.

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Episode #156: Growth Hacking with Sean Ellis

Tune in to hear what Sean Ellis, CEO and founder of GrowthHackers.com has to say on growth hacking, innovation, and other similar topics.

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Episode #154: 5 Ways to Prevent Your Innovation Lab from Failing

In this episode, learn what it takes to stop your innovation lab from failing.

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Episode #153: The Art of Charm with Jordan Harbinger

Listen in to hear Jordan Harbinger, former U.S. State Department Employee, and the co-founder of the Art of Charm talk about the importance of relationship development and other social interactions.

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Episode #149: Drew Koven on Impact Investing, Diversity and Inclusion

Tune in to hear what Drew Koven, the Managing Director of LDR Ventures has to say about the state of retail, common pitflalls that entrepreneurs take, along with other relevant topics.

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Episode #146: Time to Disrupt your Employee Performance Reviews

Listen in to hear what Shay Namdarian, has to say about employee performance reviews, why they're broken, and how you can fix them.

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Episode #144: 13 Must Haves BEFORE You Run a Corporate Hackathon or Innovation Bootcamp

In this podcast, learn the 13 things that make a world of a difference in getting the most out of corporate hackathons.

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Episode #137: Our Driverless Future with Evangelos Simoudis

In this podcast, we welcome back Evangelos Simoudis, a recognized big data expert and corporation innovation, to cover topics such as drivers of automotive disruption, the impact of urbanisation on vehicle ownership and use, implications for auto insurers, and other similar subjects.

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Episode #133: The Employee Experience Advantage with Jacob Morgan

In this podcast, listen in to hear about what Jacob Morgan, best-selling author, speaker, and futurist has to say on topics surrounding how to balance freedom with organisational control, the negative impact of short-termism, and why expensive employee engagement programs fail.

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Episode #132: 15 Attributes of the Corporate Innovator

In this episode, we cover 15 attributes of the corporate innovator and intrapreneur.

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Episode #127: Company Environments Determine Innovation Efforts

In this episode of Fast Fix Friday, listen to Steve Discuss how an organisation's environment can be the difference between incremental thinking and breakthrough thinking and draw parallels between this and proliferation of soft, electronic artists in the inner city.

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Episode #122: Take Company Culture to Infinity and Beyond with former Pixar CFO, Lawrence Levy

Listen in to see what Lawrence Levy, former CFO of PIxar Animation Studios has to say on topics surrounding creating the condiitons to support innovation, building a buffer for creative mistakes, aligning vision with with investor and stakeholder expectations, and much more.

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Episode #120: Peter Diamandis on Exponential Technologies and Abundance Mindsets

Listen in to hear what Peter Diamindis, international pioneer of innovation, incentive competitions and commercial space has to say about topics like the impact of exponential technology growth, the evolution of healthcare, the automation of many medical professions, and much more.

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Episode #94: The Future Workplace with Kevin Mulcahy - Recruitment, Culture and Engagement

On this podcast, we're joined by Kevin Mulcahy, a highly popular speaker on workplace trends, executive coach to senior executives, and curator of insights and shifts in the workplace and workforce for a handful of large corporations to talk about topics like what the future workplace looks like, attitude versus skill, and how to increase employee engagement.

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Episode #405: Navigating Emotions and Healing the Heart with Amy Chan

Amy Chan is the Founder of Renew Breakup Bootcamp, a retreat that takes a scientific and spiritual approach to heal the heart.

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Episode #393: My new book, Time Rich, is out today + 10 Productivity Tips

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Episode #391: Get Rich and Die Trying with John Roa

Entrepreneur, Philanthropist and Author

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Episode #369: James Clear on Replacing Bad Habits with Good Habits

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Episode #341: Life as a Ghost with Daniel Paisner

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Episode #334: Ryan Serhant on Selling Your Way From Rags to Riches

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Episode #333 Tom Ziglar on Transforming Your Life, One Simple Choice at a Time

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Episode #318: Dr Michael Shermer on Death, the Meaning of Life and Tribalism in Tech

Bestselling Author and Founder of Skeptic Magazine

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Episode #304: Robert Greene on the Laws of Human Nature

Robert Greene is the author of the New York Times bestsellers The 48 Laws of Power, The Art of Seduction, The 33 Strategies of War, The 50th Law and Mastery.

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Episode #301: Less Doing, More Living with Ari Meisel

Ari Meisel is an entrepreneur, author, CEO, TED speaker, real estate developer, green building consultant, and productivity expert.

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Episode #298: Life-Changing Mental Shifts with Ajit Nawalkha

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Episode #297: What is Happiness?

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Episode #294: Peter Bregman on Leading with Emotional Courage

For over 30 years, Peter Bregman has worked with CEOs and senior leaders to help them create accountability and inspire collective action on their most important work. He helps leaders to develop their leadership skills, build aligned, collaborative teams, and overcome obstacles to drive results for their organizations.

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Episode #293: How to Be a Polymath

As Warren Buffett put it, "the difference between successful people and really successful people is that really successful people say no to almost everything." And I agree, wholeheartedly. However this doesn't mean you can't excel at more than one thing.

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Episode #290: Mick Wall on Four Decades in Rock Journalism

Mick Wall is an author, journalist, film, television and radio writer-producer, who’s worked inside the music industry for over 35 years. He is widely considered to be to music journalism what Keith Richards is to guitar.

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Episode #289: No Plan B

I just had the honour of interviewing the one and only Mick Wall, who is to music journalism what Keith Richards is to guitar. He has worked with everyone from Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath to Guns n Roses and Bon Jovi.

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Episode #283: Wisdom at Work with Modern Elder, Chip Conley

Chip Conley is a New York Times bestselling author and hospitality entrepreneur. His books share his theories on transformation and meaning in business and life.

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Episode #282: Motivation 3.0

In this episode of Fast Fix Friday, I explore human motivation.

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Episode #281: Life Lessons from the Cockpit of QF32 with Richard De Crespigny

A deeply insightful two hours long deep dive conversation with Richard De Crespigny on topics that pertain to not only survive a crisis situation in the air, which - fortunately - few of us will have to do, but how to apply the elements of resilience to better navigate crisis in our own lives, embrace adversity and thrive, whether in a business setting or even when it comes to our own interpersonal relationships.

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Episode #280: Run in the Rain

Oftentimes in life, you need to run in the rain.

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Episode #278: Stop Drinking Somebody Else's Kool-Aid and Be Kinder to Yourself

As I am now in the seventh year of my own entrepreneurial journey, I’ve come to realise that it is easy for ambitious types tuned in to the online ecosystem of entrepreneurs, life coaches, hustlers and the like to aspire to be ‘great’, and that in order to be ‘great’, think that they need to embody idols who preach 16 hour work days, doing away with friends who don’t ‘serve you’ and the relentless pursuit of what are often one-dimensional goals.

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Episode #275: Elon Musk on JRE

In this episode of Fast Fix Friday, I express some frustration at how the mainstream have responded to the interview and leave you with some words of wisdom from Musk himself.

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Episode #272: The First Writings of Napoleon Hill with Jeffrey Gitomer

Jeffrey Gitomer is an author, speaker, podcast host, entrepreneur and the self-professed King of Sales.

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Episode #267: 10 Life Lessons from Georges St Pierre

Find here ten life lessons from Georges St Pierre that I obtained from his 90 minute talk in Melbourne recently.

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Episode #266: Mental Toughness with Jason Selk

Dr. Jason Selk is a best-selling author, psychologist and two-time World Series winning sports psychologist with the St Louis Cardinals.

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Episode #265: Book Summary: The 33 Strategies of War

As I’ve gone deeper and deeper into entrepreneurship and leadership roles in the past few years, I’ve develoepd an interest in learning from juxtaposed fields - whether it be sports, the arts or military strategy.

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Episode #264: Georges St Pierre on Building Confidence to Overcome Adversity

If you’re not familiar who Georges St Pierre aka GSP is, he is arguably the GOAT, that is, the greatest of all time mixed martial artist.

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Episode #263: The Paradox of Choice

In this episode, we explore how more usually means less - less happiness, less satisfaction, less success.

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Episode #262: Melissa Ambrosini on Silencing Your Inner Critic

Melissa Ambrosini is the bestselling author of Mastering Your Mean Girl and Open Wide, a keynote speaker, entrepreneur and self-love teacher.

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Episode #253: James Nguyen on the Evolution of You

James Nguyen is the co-founder and managing partner of Anti-Hero Capital, the first investment fund exclusively dedicated to investing in blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies using evolutionary science.

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Episode #245: The Value of Traveling Solo

In this episode of Fast Fix Friday I explore the value of traveling solo all the way from sunny Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Episode #243: Sherry Walling on the Art of Zen

Dr. Sherry Walling is the life force behind ZenFounder. She is a licensed clinical psychologist with extensive experience treating stress-related problems in high achieving people.

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Episode #242: How I Got Fired From My First Real Job

n this episode of Fast Fix Friday, I get vulnerable and reveal a personal story on how I got fired from my first real job...and more importantly, how I responded.

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Episode #239: Grant Cardone on 10Xing your Business and Life

Grant Cardone is a New York Times bestselling author and an internationally renowned speaker on leadership, real estate investing, entrepreneurship, and finance.

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Episode #236: Adam Grant on Making Work Suck Less

Adam Grant has been Wharton’s top-rated teacher for four straight years. He has been recognized as one of the world’s 25 most influential management thinkers and the world's top 40 business professors under 40.

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Episode #235: Why You Should...Leave Things Unfinished?

Today, I want to talk why you should leave things unfinished. What's that you say? This doesn’t sound like the Steve we know. And you’d be right to think that, but please hear me out in this instalment of Fast Fix Friday. You might be pleasantly surprised!

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Episode #233: Arj Barker on What It Takes to Make It and Sustain It

You might be wondering why I invited a comedian to appear on the show. For one, there are many parallels between making it as a comedian, a musician, an athlete and an entrepreneur and we explore them in today’s conversation. That and Arj’s show, which I was lucky enough to catch on the Saturday night before this conversation, was heavy on tech talk, making fun of our tendency to become furious by 5 minute UBER wait times in this, the age of instant gratification.

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Episode #227: What Are You Fighting For?

What are you fighting for?

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Episode #225: Better before Bigger

While spreading the butter thin might be good for the waistline, it won’t be as good for your business or career.

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Episode #223: We Are All Teachers

In this episode of Fast Fix Friday, I talk about something that we are all liable to be blindsided by.

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Episode #220: Expanding the Limits of Human Endurance with Alex Hutchinson

Alex Hutchinson is National Magazine Award-winning journalist who writes about the science of endurance for Runner’s World and Outside, and frequently contributes to other publications such as the New York Times and the New Yorker.

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Episode #219: OODA (Observe, Orient, Decide, Act)

The OODA loop was a tool developed by military strategist John Boyd. Boyd was a US Air Force fighter pilot and Pentagon consultant whose theories have been highly influential in not just the military, but in sports, business and litigation.

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Episode #217: Amplify your Finishing Kick

The tendency to speed up as we approach the finishing line in a race is called ‘the finishing kick’ by Alex Hutchinson, and it can be found not only in endurance sports, but weightlifting, and if you look closely enough, the workplace.

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Episode #215: The End of Deep Leisure

In this episode of Fast Fix Friday, I tell a story that encapsulates a worrying trend signifying the end of not only deep work, but also deep leisure.

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Episode #214: Discipline

Today, I talk discipline, and how small decisions made repeatedly could be the difference between a super fulfilling life and a less than rewarding one.

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Episode #211: The Rise of Tech Addiction with Adam Alter

Adam is an Associate Professor of Marketing and Psychology at New York University’s Stern School of Business, and the author of Drunk Tank Pink, a New York Times bestseller about the forces that shape how we think, feel, and behave, and Irresistible, a book about the rise of tech addiction and what we should do about it.

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Episode #208: How to Set and Achieve Your Goals

In the very first instalment of Fast Fix Friday for the year, I thought it would make sense to talk about your goals for the year - not only how to set them but some things you might want to put into place to help you achieve them!

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Episode #207: Stop Doing the Wrong Things Right with the Five Whys

In recent times when Eric Ries met with senior executives at Toyota, famed for their lean production system, they echoed Drucker’s words and said “we’ve got a system for efficiently producing widgets but we don’t have a system for deciding what to produce in the first place”. Yes, whatever decision you are making in life it’s important to determine whether you are focusing on the right decision in the first place. Thus is the nature of today's instalment of Fast Fix Friday.

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Episode #202: The Most Valuable Thing I've Learned Hosting This Podcast

In this instalment of Fast Fix Friday, I talk the most valuable thing I've learned hosting this podcast.

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Episode #190: Learning How to Learn

The world is changing faster than ever and up to 60% of today’s jobs are likely to be automated in the next 10-15 years.

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Episode #184: My Best Friend in Childhood That I Lost to the Lure of Cool

In this episode of Fast Fix Friday I share a personal story about a childhood friend of mine and why teaching entrepreneurship to kids is about a lot more than teaching them how to solve problems or make money.

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Episode #183: Cy Wakeman on Silencing Your Ego and Why Employee Accountability Should Come Before Engagement

Cy Wakeman is a dynamic international keynote speaker, business consultant, New York Times bestselling author, and global thought leader with over 25 years experience cultivating a revolutionary new approach to leadership.

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Episode #182: 3 Cognitive Biases that Inhibit Innovation

While we - human beings - like to think of ourselves as rational creatures, the truth is we are anything but.

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Episode #175: Peak Performance with Brad Stulberg

Brad Stulberg writes about health and the science of human performance.

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Episode #173: Best Of: Rituals and Routines of Future² Guests

If you’re a long-time listener you’d be very familiar with the three lightning round questions I ask my guests at the end of each show - one of which is on the daily rituals and routines they maintain to stay on top of their games.

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Episode #165: The Secret Ingredient Behind the World’s Best Teams with Sam Walker

Sam Walker is The Wall Street Journal’s deputy editor for enterprise, the unit that oversees the paper’s in-depth page-one features and investigative reporting projects.

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Episode #160: Why We Need to Learn Something New Every Damn Day

Find out why we need to keep learning, every damn day in this episode of Future Squared.

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Episode #151: How to be a Stoic with Massimo Pigliucci

Listen to Massimo Pigliucci, Philosophy Professor at the City University of New York, talk about the intersection of philosophy and science and other related topics.

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Episode #147: The Mindful Entrepreneur with Joel Gerschman and Howard Finger

Tune in to hear what Joel Gerschman, leading coach, author, and educator in business growth, along with Howard Finger, CEO of VinciWorks have to say about prioritising the important over the urgent, the importance of defining your core purpose, and other relevant topics.

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Episode #143: Boost Your Sales EQ with Jeb Blount

Listen in to hear what Jeb Blount, Sales Acceleration Specialist, has to say about topics like why emotional intelligence matters in sales, how to align your selling process with your buying process, and much more.

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Episode #141: How To Be Everything with Emilie Wapnick

Listen in to hear Emilie Wapnick, writer, career coach, blogger, and community leader, talk about topics like why we do our best and most rapid learning when we first dive into something new, how to handle multiple topics at once, and other similar topics.

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Episode #139: The Do-Over with Jon Acuff

In this episode, hear what Jon Acruff, the author of "Do Over: Make Today the First Day of Your Career", has to say about his own personal do-over, why its important to have a do-over advocate, and other similar topics.

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Episode #131: Book Launch - Day 5 of 5...and a final word on 10X mindsets!

Listen in to hear about day 5 of the book promo along with some final thoughts on 10x mindsets.

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Episode #130: Carrie Green means Business!

Listen in to hear what Carrie Green, founder of the Female Entrepreneur Association has