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Best Nic Dupuis podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
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Updated July 2020
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Become world-class by learning from those who are world-class. Ever wonder how a world-renowned artist stays humble? How elite athletes bounce back from defeat? How successful entrepreneurs build great teams? How to defeat that voice in your head telling you no? The goal of the Daily Two Minutes of Greatness Podcast is to share daily micro interviews with people who are truly world-class at what they do. By sharing their secrets to greatness we can uncover the characteristics they have in co ...
 
The Startup Boston Podcast takes you inside the world of Boston startups, featuring interviews with Boston-based entrepreneurs, investors, and influencers. During each episode, someone involved with Boston startups will share their experience, advice, thoughts, predictions, and challenges with listeners. No industry or topic is off-limits as guests share their first-hand experience. Guests range from Kickstarter successes, to angel investors and venture capitalists, to SaaS founders, to prod ...
 
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Holy is the tech editor-in-chief at UNTOUCHD Magazine where she covers all aspects of tech, from data science to UX design to programming. In her spare time she hosts Girl Develop It’s Code & Coffee, mentoring workshops by helping others write their first line of code. Her mission is to empower women to embrace their abilities and pursue their pass…
 
Andy Molinsky is a Professor at Brandeis University’s International Business School, with a joint appointment in the Department of Psychology. Andy’s work helps people develop the insights and courage necessary to act outside their personal and cultural comfort zones when doing important, but challenging, tasks in work and life. His research and wr…
 
Nikki Durkin has founded two companies, the first being 99dresses, a company that allowed women to trade fashion items with other users. 99dresses was a Y-combinator backed startup that had thousands of users and raised hundreds of thousands of dollars before having to shut down. For anyone who is interested in startups or looking to start their ow…
 
Austin Knight is a Senior UX Designer, speaker, and author at HubSpot, focusing on web, mobile, SaaS, and VR/AR. As a digital nomad, he works remotely and lives amongst different design communities throughout the world. He mentors students and startup founders at Columbia University in New York, co-hosts the UX and Growth Podcast in Boston, leads a…
 
Chris Brogan is CEO of Owner Media Group , providing strategy and skills for the modern business. He is also a highly sought after professional speaker and the New York Times bestselling author of nine books and counting. Chris has spoken for or consulted with the biggest brands you know, including Disney, Coke, Google, GM, Microsoft, Coldwell Bank…
 
Andy Weir was always passionate about writing but he never expected his first published novel, The Martian, to have the kind of success that it did. In fact he tried so hard to give it away for free. He started by publishing it on his website one chapter at a time and then as an ebook for ninety-nine cents because that was the lowest price you coul…
 
Upon a friend’s suggestion, John began listening to podcasts in order to pass time during his commute and after realizing none of his favorite podcasts offered daily content he decided to start his own podcast. Entrepreneur on Fire was launched on September 22, 2012 and features today’s most inspiring entrepreneurs 7-days a week. To date he has int…
 
Gary Muller was a three-star chef and restauranteur in Jersey City and Manhattan. Wanting to take care of guests longer than it takes to eat a meal, Gary and his wife Sylvia purchased a historic property in East Hampton in 1999 and the Mill House Inn is now one of the finest small hotels in the world. The Mill House Inn has been named Travel+Leisur…
 
Eugene Woo started his second company Visualize.me over the course of a weekend with some co-founders he had just met. Unfortunately, some of those co-founders weren’t as passionate about the company as he was and they soon began leaving the company despite more than 200,000 signups before the product ever launched. Eventually, Eugene was able to s…
 
Mark Wallace grew up skiing in Saddleback, Maine and his passion for skiing eventually led to a semi-pro ski racing career. After working at a Boston Construction firm and learning how to build skis, Mark started Parlor skis out of a funeral parlor with two of his friends. Today, Parlor is the largest ski manufacturer in New England, producing cust…
 
The UK might not be the first place that comes to mind when you think of big wave surfing but Andrew Cotton is changing that. When Andrew left school he initially worked at a surfboard factory until age 25 when he re-trained as a plumber and began to realize his passion was in big wave surfing. In 2012 he towed American surfer Garrett McNamara into…
 
This is Part II of my interview with Kevin Kelly. I’m a huge fan of his work and thinking and didn’t want to have all of this gold go unheard by all of you. I talked to Kevin about a wide range of topics, the first of which you can hear in episode 21, with this episode being only just part of his previously unreleased words of wisdom. If you enjoye…
 
Ami Vitale is a Nikon Ambassador and National Geographic magazine photographer who has traveled to over 90 countries, witnessing not just violence and conflict, but also surreal beauty and the enduring power of the human spirit. She’s lived in mud huts, war zones, contracted malaria, and even worn a panda suit to stay true to her philosophy of ‘liv…
 
This is Part II of my talk with David Cancel with Part I being episode 10. I was showing a friend of mine who works in sales the part of the interview that I had to take out from episode 10 in order to make it short enough and his response was basically, “that is gold, you need to release this”. So this is the previously unreleased piece of my inte…
 
Thomas Rowland, better known by his stage name, Rowlan, is an American rapper, songwriter, and producer originally from Cape Cod, Massachusetts and now living in Los Angeles, California whose goal is to create meaningful content for people to feel and relate to. Originally, music was Rowlan’s preferred medium to vent and get thoughts out of his hea…
 
Colter Hinchliffe is a freeskier from Aspen, Colorado. Competitive skiing was never one of Colter’s interests, instead he focused on photography and films. His first film experience came on a trip he went on to Alaska with some friends. While there, Teton Gravity was filming, they had a seat open up and Colter was given the spot. He now spends a go…
 
Chris Coyier is a web designer and developer. He built CSS-Tricks, a website all about building websites. Going strong for 10 years, it's a blog, forum, almanac, screencast, and more. He is also the co-founder of CodePen, a social development environment for front-end web designers and developers. CodePen is a front-end focused IDE in the browser, …
 
Chris Guillebeau is a New York Times bestselling author and modern-day explorer. During a lifetime of self-employment that included a four-year commitment as a volunteer executive in West Africa, he visited every country in the world (193 in total) before his 35th birthday. Chris’s first book, The Art of Non-Conformity, was translated into more tha…
 
Wesley Chapman is the founder of A Human Project, an organization that incubates creative, scalable solutions to systemic problems and gathers together the greatest minds to solve global issues in education, health and society. Wes holds patents on several medical advancements, believes that humans are capable of overcoming any challenge, and his m…
 
Bob Burg’s books have sold over one million copies worlswide and one of the books he co-authored, The Go-Giver, is a WSJ and BusinessWeek Bestseller, selling over 500,000 copies. The Go-Giver has been translated into 21 languages, was rated #10 on Inc. Magazine’s list of Most Motivational Books Ever Written, and was on HubSpot’s 20 Most Highly Rate…
 
Gretchen Rubin has written several books, which have been translated into more than thirty languages and have sold more than three million copies worldwide. Her newest book, The Four Tendencies, comes out in September and focuses on how identifying and understanding our tendencies can help us improve our lives. Fast Company has put her on the list …
 
Turney Duff. I first read Turney Duff’s New York Times bestselling book, The Buy Side, at some point in college, and was attracted to not only his story but his authenticity. Here’s a guy that lived a very extravagant lifestyle, and eventually, after quite a rollercoaster ride, turned down a job that would have made him seven figures a year, becaus…
 
Kevin Kelly has had a lot of accomplishments in his life and it certainly is not able to be summed up in this short intro. But to give you an overview, Kevin is Senior Maverick and the founding executive editor of Wired magazine as well as a former editor/publisher of the Whole Earth Review. His newest book, The Inevitable, is a New York Times and …
 
Kitti Szasz is a professional freestyle Futballer from Hungary with four world champions to her name. She has performed and competed all over the world including Munich at the Allianz Arena, a half-time show at the Brazilian Corinthians Stadium and several shows during the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil. If you search for her on YouTube just be prep…
 
Kevin Ross, also known as “The Soul Assassin”, is among the most celebrated Muay Thai fighters of all time, currently placed tenth in the world ranking. His overall record is 47-14 with his professional Muay Thai record at 33-10 with 13 KO’s. Kevin is a Super lightweight WBC International Champion as well as a three-time National Champion. Kevin di…
 
Alexandra Climent started her woodworking company, Sustainably Sliced, to bring responsively sourced, rare and exotic wood pieces to the world through her designs. Her journey started when she was working for a marine construction company and saw the need for high-quality sawn lumber that wasn’t readily available and she decided to directly source …
 
Isaac Lidsky has quite the list of achievements from over the years. He was a child television star as “Weasel” on “Saved By The Bell: The New Class”, graduated from Harvard at 19, co-founded a technology company that sold for $230 million, and was a US Justice Department Lawyer where he argued over a dozen appeals in federal court on behalf of the…
 
Nathan Chan is the founder of Foundr Magazine, an app-based subscription magazine that features interviews with some of the most sought-after entrepreneurs in the world including Seth Godin, Arianna Huffington, Gary Vaynerchuk, Richard Branson, and Tony Robbins to name a few. Nathan started Foundr at a time when traditional print publications were …
 
Lee Abbamonte is among the most well-traveled people in the world. He has visited every country in the world, as well as both the North and South Poles. Every country means that he has visited all 193 sovereign nations that the UN recognizes as member states but he has actually visited 318 of the 324 countries and unique destinations per the Travel…
 
Maria is the New York Times-bestselling author of The Confidence Game (Viking/Penguin 2016) and Mastermind: How to Think Like Sherlock Holmes (Viking/Penguin, 2013). She is a contributing writer for The New Yorker, where she writes a regular column with a focus on psychology and culture, and is the host of the longform storytelling podcast from Pan…
 
Lolly Daskal is the founder of Lead from Within, a global leadership, executive coaching, and consulting firm based in New York City. Lolly has more than thirty years of experience with clients ranging from Fortune 500 executives to government leaders, to entrepreneurs and nonprofits. Lolly is one of today's most sought-after executive leadership c…
 
Elena Hight is a professional snowboarder originally from Kauai, Hawaii and then raised in Lake Tahoe, California. At just thirteen years-old she was the first female to land a 900 in competition, and in 2013, became the first snowboarder, male or female, to land a double backside alley-oop rodeo, doing so at the Winter X Games Superpipe. Elena is …
 
Nick Schiffer is co-host of The Modern Craftsman Podcast and is the owner of NS Builders in Boston, specializing in interior renovations. Nick worked eleven years for his father’s fencing company and three years in multi-family high-rise construction before starting NS Builders. In the first episode of his podcast it was mentioned that ‘the craft i…
 
David Cancel is co-founder and CEO of a startup out of Boston called Drift, the company using messaging to reinvent marketing and sales. Prior to that he was Chief Product Officer at HubSpot and was a founder of Compete, Lookery, Ghostery, and Performable, all of which were acquired. Dave also co-hosts Drift’s podcast called ‘Seeking Wisdom’. With …
 
Jon Moody is an artist from New Orleans and graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design. Jon has had paintings commissioned by celebrities like Christopher Anderson, P. Diddy, and Lil Wayne, has had his art displayed at the White House, and has had pieces chosen for the set of the hit TV show ‘Empire’. Through his work, Jon brings awarene…
 
Lizzi Hart works in marketing at the Graduate Recruitment Bureau in the United Kingdom and has had her work published in the Guardian, Cosmopolitan, Metro, The Huffington Post, Elite Daily, and Business Insider. I reached out to Lizzi because I really enjoyed the article she wrote on imposter syndrome in Business Insider, and had her on the show to…
 
Adam Kirk Smith is an entrepreneur, life coach, consultant, public speaker, and author of 'The Bravest You'. He often writes about leadership, bravery, and purpose. He has written for Entrepreneur and Success Magazine, among other publications, and has been featured in Newsday. In 2014 he was named one of the most influential people by American Gen…
 
Arielle Shipe is a 500 hr Yoga alliance certified yoga and meditation teacher in Colorado. She first began yoga in 2008 for recovery and injury prevention from snowboarding. After a back injury in 2012 she decided to pursue learning the skills needed to share her love of yoga with others. In this episode I ask Arielle about the importance of practi…
 
Debbie Millman is a design powerhouse! She is the founder and host of the Design Matters podcast, Editorial & Creative Director of Print magazine, ‘President Emeritus’ of The American Institute of Graphic Arts, chair of the ‘Masters in Branding’ program at the School of Visual Arts in New York City, and for twenty years she worked as ‘President of …
 
Frank Celenza, who you might know as just Frankie, or Frankie Cooks, is a 3x emmy-winning cooking show host, chef and producer. Frankie’s cooking videos are very unique and different from the traditional cooking videos as he’s both very entertaining and informative, by teaching you not just how to make a dish but the story behind certain dishes and…
 
Tasha Eurich is an organizational psychologist, researcher, and a new York times best-selling author. Over the last 15-plus years she’s worked with individuals from executives of fortune 500 companies to startup entrepreneurs. She’s contributed to The Huffington Post, Entrepreneur Magazine, CNBC, and has had her work featured in Forbes, Fox Busines…
 
Lexi dupont is a professional big mountain skier from Sun Valley, Idaho, she’s a freeskiing world tour contender, former junior Olympic competitor, she’s been featured in many films including Warren Miller’s Wintervention, PoorBoyz Production’s Tracing skylines, Unicorn Picnic’s Pretty faces, and National Geographic’s Powder Highway webisodes. She’…
 
Become world-class by learning from those that are world-class. Ever wonder how a world-renowned artist stays humble? How elite athletes bounce back from defeat? How successful entrepreneurs build great teams? How to defeat the voice in your head telling you no? The goal of the Daily Two Minutes Of Greatness Podcast is to share daily micro intervie…
 
Brittany DiCapua started The Boston Food Journal a year and a half ago by sharing food on Instagram and it has morphed into much more than a side project for her. She describes The Boston Food Journal as highlighting the food and dining industry through social marketing, blog and video content, and photography. The Boston food journal is a strong s…
 
Beck Bamberger is founder and CEO of BAM Communications, a PR firm for startups. Beck graduated UCLA in two years and was then, the youngest MBA graduate from the University of Pittsburgh at age 21. She started BAM Communications while working as a news anchor in San Diego and won an Emmy in 2011. Shortly after, she also founded BITE, San Diego’s t…
 
Kevin Kinsella is a venture capitalist in San Diego. Kevin has been a part of the formation, financing, and development of more than 125 companies, including several public companies. In the past, Kevin has led international joined ventures for Solar Turbines International, he was an advisor to the Peruvian government in national nutrition planning…
 
Sumner Lee is founder of Fuse Integration. Before founding the company, Sumner was in the Navy, and then spent time in SPAWAR and design consultancy. Fuse is a design and engineering firm that brings warfighter focused design to commercial and defense applications. In this episode, Sumner talks about: Their unique office space in downtown San Diego…
 
Brian Oneill has been a product designer for more than twenty years and in the last ten years has been an independent consultant and started his company Designing For Analytics last year. Brian has helped designed products for companies ranging from startups to enterprises including NetApp, TripAdvisor, Infinio, Fidelity, and DataXu. In this episod…
 
David Smith is CEO of LiquiGlide. LiquiGlide’s technology was developed at a research lab at MIT and its function is to provide permanently wet surfaces that can be used in a wide variety of applications including manufacturing, consumer packaging, and oil and gas. In this episode, David talks about: The amount of waste we produce every year from p…
 
Andy Ory sold his last company, Acme Packet, to Oracle for $2.1 billion and soon after co-founded 128 Technology. 128 Technology is on a mission to fix the broken internet. The internet isn’t used for what it was originally designed for and that is putting a major strain on the networking infrastructure. 128 Technology provides greater network secu…
 
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