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Nathalie Molina Niño

Nathalie Molina Niño is the CEO of BRAVA Investments and the author of “Leapfrog: The New Revolution for Women Entrepreneurs”. Today Nathalie talks about empowering women to do more, why poor access to capital leads to a lack of power, why counting the impact of the bottom is more important than counting the impact of the top, the importance of knowing what you stand for, why asset ownership is a vital part of political movements, and why we all need more proximity. For full show notes,...


Adam Gazzaley

Adam Gazzaley is a professor in neurology, physiology, and psychiatry at the University of California, San Francisco, and the founder and Executive Director of Neuroscape. Today Adam talks about neuroplasticity, his innovative approach to treating behavioral and psychiatric disorders, why we shouldn’t multitask, why we should build our own path, why fearless forward-thinking is the key to success, and why we should all value and evolve our minds. For full show notes, scroll down. On...


Zameer Kassam

Zameer Kassam is a jewelry designer and the founder of a fine jewelry brand carrying his name. Today Zameer talks about the transformation of the jewelry industry, his fresh business model, putting the consumer at the center of his business, what really brings us back to a brand, his advice to leaders, and why it’s important to always remember that we are all more similar than we are different. For full show notes, scroll down. On today’s podcast: Links: Zameer Kassam Full show notes...


Srikumar Rao

Dr. Srikumar Rao is one of the top MBA professors in the U.S, a legendary motivational teacher and a pioneer of practicing happiness. Today Srikumar talks about why nothing external will ever fulfill us, why we have to understand that we are all connected, why we should be able to recognize that we live in “a” reality, not in “the” reality, how to correctly deal with resolutions, why servant leadership is important, and why we have to mean what we say and do something about it. For full...


Judith Glaser

Judith Glaser is an organizational anthropologist and a specialist in conversational intelligence. Today Judith talks about why it’s important to understand how our brains work, why it’s not healthy to know everything as a leader, how to deal with a conflict, why it’s important to give children a voice, why you should help other people grow as a leader, and why we should all have more compassionate conversations. For full show notes, scroll down. On today’s podcast: Links: Creating...


Zach Kuperstein

Zach Kuperstein is a cinematographer whose work earned nominations for Best Cinematography at the 2017 Independent Spirit Awards and Best Cinematography Debut at the Camera Image International Film Festival. Today Zach talks about his role as a cinematographer, the importance of collaboration, his need for friendlier environments on film sets, the Metoo movement, treating people like they are your friends, and the traits that lead to progress. For full show notes, scroll down. On today’s...


Carl Rivera

Carl Rivera is the founder and CEO of Tictail, an NY-based e-commerce platform and social marketplace. Tictail houses online shops with thousands of brands from more than 140 countries and sells everything from ready to wear to original art, home goods, and beauty products. Today Carl talks about the uprise of story-driven commerce, reconstructing your identity through travel, the future of the shopping experience, the two ingredients for a sustainable business, the importance of challenging...


Maksimilian Kallhed

Maksimilian Kallhed is the co-founder of the Pop Up Agency. He has travelled to over 30 countries and 50 cities with the mission of redefining how we use creativity in business. Today Maksimilian talks about having the right tools and mindset when it comes to creativity, the problem with the creative industry, turning towards a more agile approach, being open to change and movement, the way millennials consume products, and being generous with our knowledge. Photo by Emmanuel Andre For full...


Marisa Peer

Marisa Peer is a coach to an extensive client list over the past 25 years, including royalty, rock stars, Hollywood actors, Olympic athletes, CEOs of multi-million companies, and political leaders. She’s a speaker, a therapist, a behavioural expert, and also a best-selling author. Marisa talks about how small adjustments can lead to great results, why companies should focus on meeting the needs of their staff, why you need to be able to fix yourself, breaking the “I’m not enough” pattern,...


Eric Edmeades (extended)

Eric Edmeades is an author, international business speaker and serial entrepreneur. He works with entrepreneurs and business owners from all over the world to inspire and empower them to achieve their full potential. Today Eric talks about the intricate set of rules making us unhappy, the problem with having too many choices, why big decisions drain us, reassessing your past in order to build your future, approaching life without fear, dealing with low self-esteem, the key to public...


Ezekiel Vicente

Ezekiel Vicente is the Chief People Officer at Mindvalley, a company based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Mindvalley is all about innovating education by using mindfulness and personal development techniques. Today Ezekiel talks about what’s in the DNA of a true leader, the failures of our education system, the main values that guide them at Mindvalley, why people seek jobs at organizations they resonate with, why investing in yourself as a person will end up benefiting your business, and why...


Anurag Gupta

Anurag Gupta is a lawyer-turned-social entrepreneur who made it his mission to figure out a way to hack bias. He is also a public speaker, a mindfulness teacher, and an educator. He founded Be More America in order to train professionals to eliminate conscious and unconscious biases. Today he talks about measuring and hacking bias using the PRISM framework, how compassion is the essence of us as human beings, increasing well-being by dealing with the emotions that form biases, remembering to...


Scott Goodson

Scott Goodson is the author of Uprising: How to Build a Brand and Change the World By Sparking Cultural Movements, the founder of creative agency StrawberryFrog and the person who brought movement marketing to the world. His groundbreaking work involves award-winning movement campaigns and innovative communications for some of the world’s most iconic brands. Today he talks about the strong appeal of purpose, empathy-based marketing, the immeasurable power of movements, why advertising has...


Seth Godin

Seth Godin is an entrepreneur, best-selling author and speaker, and owner of one of the most popular and influential blogs in the world. Today he talks about dancing with fear, why there is no such thing as authenticity, what makes someone remarkable, the old way of doing education and his antidote to it, unlimited resources and possibilities, the difference between leadership and management, and what to ask ourselves more often. On today’s podcast: Links: Stop Stealing DreamsSeth’s...


Eric Edmeades

Eric Edmeades talks about why it’s important to have the bigger picture in mind and protect the environment, how tough phases can translate into something greater, baby boomers and Brexit, the future of economies, automated workforce, changing buying patterns in order to influence manufacturers, and why companies should value their employees more. On today’s podcast: Links: WildFit Full show notes at:


Rachel Botsman

Rachel talks about who we trust and why, pockets of stillness, companies that will win, how we got lost, living with trust scores, the missing human voice, how you can reframe your business, education factories, the power of communities, and where Facebook is going. On today’s podcast: Links: Who Can You Trust?: How Technology Brought Us Together and Why It Might Drive Us Apart Full show notes at:


Axel Dunlap

Axel Dunlap is 20 years old, from Stockholm with an American-Swedish background and is right now fully immersed in studying Italian. He lives in Rome enjoying La Vita and reflects on the next steps in life. Axel talks about passion, thresholds, what truly changed him at the age of seventeen, why not to rush, the importance of character, scrapping insecurities, how to lift a group up, why he is drawn to companies, why respecting all age groups is key, what the world really needs.


Lisa Lindström

Lisa Lindström is the CEO of Doberman, an Experience Design firm, and she is also a popular speaker and renown expert on strategic design and customer experience. Lisa talks about her passion for people, the drive to fix the unfairness, lessons from New York, the power of prototyping, why everything is possible, why an itchy feeling is serious, invisible pockets of society, value-driven mindset, and the power of goodness and integrity.


Lisa Renander

Lisa Renander is an entrepreneur and founder of five companies. Today, she is expanding a Techfarm, a large scale co-living concept. Lisa talks about safe harbours, conscious societies, how it is to raise a kid in a tech farm, what to expect from the fifth level of consciousness, what happens when you lean into the flow of life, who inspires her the most, the collapse and recreation of housing and education, who you attract in life and why, what is in the way is the way, fluid leadership and...


Reynir Indahl

Reynir Indahl is the Founder and Managing Partner of Summa Equity, elevating the way to futureproof companies. Reynir talks about why he was disappointed in himself, how the financial sector will change, why he welcomes competitors copying their formula, the ongoing trust shifts, what freedom from fear brings, how to become an exponential organisation, his best advice for leaders and the one thing every company needs to figure out first.