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Robots are Not Coming to Take Your Jobs—The Future of Work With Jeff Wald
Jeff Wald discusses the way COVID-19 speeds up some of the changes already forecast for the future of work. In addition, we touch on subjects ranging from the absence of retraining and its link to populism and nationalism, the advent of robots and AI, and also to democracy and technology being the way forward in shaping the future of the American workforce.
O Magazine Is Within Reach With The Right Packaging And Perseverance
Susan Harrow is a top media coach and author of the best-selling book Selling Yourself Without Selling Your Soul. She wrote the ultimate guide on getting into Oprah’s O Magazine. Full disclosure, Susan is an old friend of mine and I am always impressed with her ability to make something as out of reach as getting into O seem possible.
Leading in Extreme Conditions — Respect Trumps Harmony With Rachael Robertson
My guest, Rachael Robertson, brought a team of 18 people through a 12-month research expedition in Antarctica. She was chosen to lead the project after a boot camp interview process measured her ability to lead with empathy. I’m excited to talk to her about leadership in extreme conditions.
11 Ways Your Business Can Survive the Pandemic — With Guy Kawasaki
Guy Kawasaki is the Chief Evangelist of Canva and the creator of The Remarkable People podcast. He joined me on...
The Changing Face of Instagram – with Gayneté Jones
Instagram used to be all about the pretty pictures, but Gayneté Jones, CEO of G.A.M.E. Changing Industries and author...
The Future of Your Personal Belongings in Public Space – with Founder and Philanthropist Travis Hollman
Travis Hollman, Philanthropist and Founder of Hollman, Inc. discusses how people think about their personal belongings and the spaces...
Overcoming Adversity in Tough Times- With Harvard Professor and Author Laura Huang
Laura Huang, author of the new book Edge: Turning Adversity into Advantage, is a professor at Harvard Business School. She...
The Importance of Philanthropy To Build Your Business Brand
Caroline and I take some time to talk about philanthropy and charity in trying times, the three “Ts” of philanthropy, as well as the challenges nonprofits face compared to for profit businesses.
Logos And The Visual Storytelling Revolution With Rodney Abbot
Rodney Abbot is a senior partner at Lippincott, the global creative consultancy behind the logos of Walmart, Starbucks, Delta,...
The Power Of Crafting A One Person Show With Gretchen Cryer
Gretchen Cryer has been at the center of writing, performing and directing one person shows for more than three...
Aesthetic Intelligence: What It Is And Why It Matters With Pauline Brown
Pauline Brown the Former Chairman of LVMH North America discusses her new book, Aesthetic Intelligence. Brown left her position at...
Score Big with Social Media Marketing by Tweeting Your Way To The Top
Today Karen talks about tweeting your way to the top — how you can use Twitter to build your business, your book, or your brand online.
Navigating the Gig Economy with Strategic Thinking Skills
We discuss with Matthew Spoke what the gig economy is exactly, how it was expected to grow, and how COVID-19 impacted the timeline. We also touch on the increased demand for interim C-level executives and what the biggest pitfalls are for gig workers and the people who hire them.
Why Original Content Creation Is The New Currency For Success With Ben Pines
Ben Pines, Head of Content for Elementor, a Drag and Drop Site builder for WordPress, shares his take on...
How To Capture The Creativity In Your Brain With Judah Pollack
The creative mode in your brain is like a butterfly. It’s beautiful and erratic, hard to catch and highly...
Two Ways To Be More Peaceful At Work In 2019 with Joel Kimmel Author or Self: The Vast World Behind Your Words
Joel Kimmel, leading expert in ontological design and author of the new book, Self: The Vast World Behind Your...
The Growing Trend Of Adding Legal CBD/Hemp To Health And Beauty Products
Having discovered the use of CBD and hemp when she had to take in her sister who was having ovarian cancer three years ago, Tea guru Miriam Novalle is now utilizing CBD/Hemp in her business. Miriam is the CEO and founder of the world-renowned T Salon in New York City and the founder of High Tea Today. She discusses her new tea line which contains legal CBD/hemp buds and the growing trending of adding CBD/hemp to beauty and health products. She shares that hemp under 3% of THC is legal in every state of the union and it works amazingly for people with sleeping issues, for purification, for detox, and does wonders for the immunity before and after chemo treatment. She adds that it has no psychoactive ingredients so it doesn’t get you high. Miriam talks a little bit about how she got into the business, how she made it successful, and shares some insights on what she thinks are some of the lessons for entrepreneurs from the journey that she’s been through.
Why We All Need To Become Global Citizens
Kunal Sood is the Founder of X Fellows, Novus and X-Impact Group. Sood is also a TED Speaker and Resident. He discusses: How an extraordinary experience can transform a person’s life; what is the difference between an ordinary conference and a curated event and why we all need to be global citizens. Sood works with Fortune 500 companies such as Facebook, Google, and SAP, as well as social enterprises like X Prize Foundation, Singularity University , TED and United Nations. He has won numerous awards at the UN for his work as a leader in social impact, innovation, and media.
As an exponential entrepreneur, social impact strategist, and philanthropic leader, Sood is focused on promoting organizations that make a positive difference to humanity. his steadfast commitment to the field, Sood has received many honors that include the RoundGlass Samsara Lifetime Achievement Award in 2017, and. He has five masters which include an MBA from Kellogg and an MA in Positive Psychology from Penn.
How Social and Emotional Intelligence Makes Kids Better Citizens
Leslee Udwin is the founder of “Think Equal” a non profit whose mission is to create a global system change in education. Udwin discusses the powerful impact teaching young children emotional and social intelligence has on their role as citizens – in the country, world and their careers. She was voted by the NY Times the No 2 Most Impactful Woman of 2015 (second to Hillary Clinton), and has been awarded the prestigious Swedish Anna Lindh Human Rights Prize (previously won by Madeleine Albright). She has also been named Safe’s Global Hero of 2015, Global Thinker by Foreign Policy.
A British Oscar winning filmmaker Leslee is now a Social Entrepreneur. Her documentary “India’s Daughter”, has been critically acclaimed around the globe, won 32 awards (including the Peabody Award) and sparked a global movement to end violence against women and girls. The searing insights yielded by the 2½ journey making “India’s Daughter”, led Leslee to found “Think Equal” which calls for a global system change in education.
Want to Give a TEDx Talk? Here’s What You Need to Know.
Ajit Mathew George is the Organizer & Executive Producer for TEDx Wilmington. In this episode he discusses why and when to share your one, great idea through a TEDx Talk; elements of a sucessful TEDx talk; how to apply and what a TEDx talk can do to shape your personal brand.