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Nicklas Bergman

Nicklas Bergman has spent the past 25 years working as an entrepreneur and a technology investor, mostly focusing on investments and business development in emerging markets. A couple of years ago he embarked on a journey to understand where technology is taking us and if we are ready for the upcoming tech storm. Today Nicklas talks about accepting uncertainty, being curious but skeptical, his book “Navigating the Tech Storm,” a three-way process for innovation in technology, tech trends he...


Tracey Turner

Today’s guest is the Founder and Executive Chairman of Copia Global, Tracey Turner. Passionate about social businesses, social investing and international development, Tracey talks to us about using capitalism to end global poverty. Inspired by a class she took in her first semester at Dartmouth called “The Politics of Starvation,” and by her travels to Africa, Asia and Latin America, Tracey has seen first-hand that people in the developing world are incredibly talented, hardworking and...


Chris Baldwin

What if you knew exactly what you wanted, and went after it without a doubt? Today, TEDx keynote speaker Chris Baldwin talks about the importance of gaining clarity through curiosity, action-taking, and adventure, why your success is measured by your impact on others, the difference between happiness and fulfillment, and how storytelling is the cornerstone of creating a connection with your audience. On today’s podcast: Links: For...


Simon Sinek

Imagine a world in which the vast majority of us wake up inspired, feel safe at work, and return home fulfilled at the end of the day. Simon Sinek and his team commit to finding and building the leaders who will work to make this vision a reality. Today Simon talks about playing the infinite game with a finite mindset, why companies have to believe in their purpose, how trust is essential to play in the infinite game, rivalry versus competition, the courage it takes to go against the status...


Sahar Hashemi

Sahar Hashemi is a keynote speaker, author, entrepreneur, and powerful authority on innovation. She is the co-founder of Coffee Republic, the first UK coffee bar chain, and she created Skinny Candy, the guilt-free confectionery brand. Today Sahar talks about her new book “Startup Forever,” abandoning institutionalized corporate culture, bringing 100% of yourself to your work, transformational points in her life, a company’s purpose, how bureaucracy is holding companies back, and daring as a...


Marco Bertini

Marco Bertini is professor of marketing at ESADE Business School, Barcelona. He is a co-founder of the school’s Institute for Data-Driven Decisions, and previously served as department chair. He completed his doctoral studies at Harvard Business School and was previously on the faculty of the London Business School. Today Marco talks about the shift from selling products to selling value, why companies are generally bad at turning a competitive advantage into revenue, his passion for...


Stanley Szeto

Stanley Szeto is Executive Chairman of Lever Style, a Hong Kong-headquartered regional apparel supply partner for fashion leaders such as Theory, Hugo Boss, AllSaints, John Varvatos and Vince, and e-commerce pioneers including Bonobos, Stitch Fix, and Everlane. Today Stanley talks about innovation in the fashion industry, the importance of a team, sharing insights across companies, changing how clothes are made, how a company should be about its people, and why the world needs good...


Sarah Grant

Sarah Grant was born in France and now lives in Rome. Her father introduced her to the world of cinema, and she now works as a director’s assistant and production assistant. Sarah is passionate about creating solutions to challenges and also works at Scomodo, a newspaper and community dedicated to growing a new cultural model for the city of Rome. Today Sarah talks about the goal of Scomodo, being passionate about freedom, impacting the lives of others through cinema, information overload in...


Mark Sullivan

Mark Sullivan is the acclaimed author of 18 novels including the #1 New York Times best selling Private series, which he writes with James Patterson, and Mark has received numerous awards for his writing. Today Mark talks about how the impossible just takes a little longer, the power of a story to change people’s lives, following your heart to find your power and purpose in life, the importance of balancing discipline and adventure, why everyone needs the skills of an investigative...


Sangbreeta Moitra

Sangbreeta Moitra is a voice of the millennial future. She’s a speaker, global strategist, and startup mentor, and she’s on a mission to make our future human-centric by transforming mindset and behaviors that trigger exponential change. Today Sangbreeta talks about making our future human-centric, change and transformation in organizations, being true to ourselves and surrounding ourselves with great people, sticking to solutions rather than titles or products, earning the role of leader,...


Hollis Carter

Hollis Carter is a serial entrepreneur from the digital space with an incredible background in internet marketing, sales, and strategy, with? a modern-day philosopher’s outlook on life, and zest for living. Today, Hollis talks about the Baby Bathwater Institute, maintaining balance when working with a partner, transparency in leadership, the importance of quality over quantity, establishing a brand personality, and why we need to be physically present and truly connect with people. On...


Esmond Baring

Esmond Baring is a former corporate finance professional turned writer, speaker, and the creator of a coaching methodology called paradigmensional training. Today Esmond talks about the dramatic shift in his life from being in corporate finance to focusing on awakening himself and humanity, how our beliefs create our life experience, how to stop lying to ourselves, the pursuit of our subjective truth, collaborating rather than competing, and the importance of vulnerability. On today’s...


Yash Vasant

Yash Vasant is an entrepreneur and one of the youngest leading speakers in India. Today Yash talks about one question that can supercharge everything that you’re doing, bringing change through communication, the difference between good and great, his passion for understanding how people tick, the four Cs of a great business or leader, the meaning of happiness, and why the world needs to slow down. On today’s podcast: Links: Yash’s FacebookYash on Instagram Full show notes at:...


Dorota Stanczyk

Dorota Stanczyk is an award winning Polish visual artist, creative director, documentary filmmaker, speaker, and writer. Today Dorota talks about the intersection between fine arts and personal growth, what conscious creativity means and how to achieve it, the importance of self love, learning to be present, reuniting with ourselves, and learning how to reunite with others. On today’s podcast: Links: Full show notes at:...


Tim Gray

Tim Gray is a speaker, biohacker and ketogenic and paleo advocate. Today Tim talks about hyperbaric oxygen therapy, how he applies psychology to digital marketing, why having empathy is so important, why it’s important for companies to formulate their value proposition properly, the millennial Tinder mindset and why he believes that the best thing to do is to combine pharmaceutical and alternative medicine. On today’s podcast: Links: Tim’s InstagramHealth Optimisation Full show notes at:...


Tiffany Dufu

Tiffany Dufu is the founder & CEO of The Cru, a peer coaching service for women looking to accelerate their professional and personal growth, and the author of the bestselling book “Drop The Ball”. Today Tiffany talks about why it’s so important to have a support network, why we need to be more intentional, what she learned from millennials, the attributes of a great leader, our deep desire to belong and why we need more women in leadership. On today’s podcast: Links: Drop The BallThe...


Liz Bacelar

Liz Bacelar is a serial-entrepreneur and prolific speaker at the forefront of fashion, retail & technology. Today Liz talks about how they are effectively driving innovation at TheCurrent, how to distinguish yourself as a startup, why it’s important for companies to synch analogue and digital practices, why you should hire an external innovation expert, why all companies need a data plan and why you should be your best cheerleader. On today’s podcast: Links: TheCurrent Full show notes...


Sam Conniff Allende

Sam Conniff Allende is a multi-award winning serial entrepreneur, bestselling author, consultant, coach and public speaker on innovation, entrepreneurship, marketing, leadership and youth. Today he talks about how to create good trouble, the dark side of scaling up, why we need to take more action, how role models have changed, why we should all embrace a bit of professional rule breaking and why a little bit of chaos is good. On today’s podcast: Links: Be More PirateSam’s Website Full...


Todd Davis

Todd Davis is Chief People Officer at FranklinCovey. Today Todd talks about how he helps people become successful, why companies need to make their employees feel valued, why feeling understood is the deepest need of the human heart, his advice to leaders, balancing production and production capability and why we all need to treat each other with more respect. On today’s podcast: Links: Get Better Book Full show notes at: For information regarding...


Massimo Mercati

Massimo Mercati is the leader of Aboca, a respected Italian agricultural company present in 14 countries that produces herbal products for human health. Today Massimo talks about how his father first started Aboca, their commitment to sustainability, his holistic way of understanding disease, the core values of Aboca, how creating value brings back success and why we are all responsible for the future. On today’s podcast: Links: Aboca Full show notes at:...