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Best Chris Kalaboukis podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Chris Kalaboukis podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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All about innovation, startups, and the future - discussing topics which range from technology (AI, IoT, Big Data) to technologies impact on humans (Work, Play, Culture) and the future of everything in any sector - retail, banking, technology, hiring, and more. We are always looking for Innovators like you to interview for our weekly podcast. If you have any stories on innovation, disruption or the future that you would like to share (happy or unfortunate), let us know. Support this podcast: ...
 
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Discussing how this experience may push us towards improving the remote experience over the in-person experience. I then go over my WFH setup: internet speeds, backup hotspot, standing desk, timer, wide-screen curved monitor, HD camera, enough light, good gaming headphones, air pods or phone headphones, ember, ulla, fridge (stocked with water and y…
 
If you are looking to build and launch breakthrough products, then you don’t need to be reasonable, you need to be unreasonable. Being reasonable keeps you in the realm of incremental innovation, adding small new features and functions to a product until it gets so complicated and unwieldy that a whole industry has to be built around it (Microsoft …
 
Our smartphones have already turned us into cyborgs. We should just admit it and understand that we have evolved into a new kind of human - one that cannot survive without augmentation. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thinkfuture/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thinkfuture/support…
 
Just like Frank Lloyd Wright, current architecture is saddled by zoning, rules and regulations. Do you have similar rules when it comes to developing innovative products and services? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thinkfuture/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thinkfuture/support…
 
Apple can now detect if you are having a heart attack before you even are aware of it and dispatch first responders: this is a) good, because people do not want to die b) not good, because Apple has your health data and c) OK because the positives far outweigh the negatives. This is the kind of help we need. --- Send in a voice message: https://anc…
 
Who would want smart bots to do all of this stuff for them – how can they be trusted? So I questioned myself, and I’d like to throw this question out to you, dear readers, what do you think? Do you feel that we should be giving up more of our agency to technology – that we can trust it to do what we want – or do you think that we have already given…
 
How often do you hear "let's go for the low hanging fruit"? Why do we always go after the easy stuff - when the sweeter fruit is typically higher up in the tree. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thinkfuture/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thinkfuture/support
 
The modern world has filled us with stress since we really haven’t evolved far from tribes wandering the savannah. Think about that for a moment – think about the time before smartphones, before the internet, before computers, before human flight, before cars, before locomotives, before the Renaissance, before the dark ages, before the Romans, Gree…
 
It’s true innovation. Like the Segway, which pushed the boundaries of personal transportation and Google Glass, which pushed the boundaries of wearable devices, Libra is pushing the boundaries of cryptocurrency. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thinkfuture/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thinkfuture/support…
 
When you think about it, we are all living in a multiverse of realities. What we each experience is our own reality. Even when more than one of us is in the same time and space, we don’t see an objective reality that we can all agree on – we still see our own realities, they just happen to be overlapping in time and space. --- Send in a voice messa…
 
Is having no personal space at work really the best way to get the most from your people? Maybe it's an underhanded way to get more people to work from home? We've already seen an explosion of purchasing noise-canceling headphones. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thinkfuture/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thinkfuture/…
 
We are already cyborgs - we are already augmented humans - is our life more complex due to our technology or is our technology making our lives more complex. Personally, I feel that we are not using technology properly - it should serve us, not the other way around. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thinkfuture/messageSupport this podc…
 
A wide-ranging discussion on education and why not everyone needs a college degree to get a good job. The founder of AlternativesToCollege.com talks about creating a resource for those who want to skip the college debt cycle. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thinkfuture/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thinkfuture/suppor…
 
All you need to know about IP for your startup or great new idea - detailed interview with George Likourezos of Carter DeLuca --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thinkfuture/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thinkfuture/support
 
A masterful show with the master of productivity, Dr. Todd Snyder, a psychologist, productivity coach, and decision consultant. We deconstruct what you need to do to be successfully productive. Books mentioned on the show: The 12 Week Year: Get More Done in 12 Weeks than Others Do in 12 Months Indistractable: How to Control Your Attention and Choos…
 
I’ve said many times before, being a futurist is like being a meteorologist, you are usually right, but at the wrong time. I think it’s futurist’s bane always to be right – but too early. I feel as humans, we can look at the clues around us, and with some vision, put together a relatively reasonable scenario of where things will go. We see things l…
 
If you see a need, try to fill that specific need as simply, as quickly and as cheaply as possible. Don’t be afraid to put out something half-assed in your own mind; it might be the exact thing your customers want. Sometimes your best is too much, sometimes spending too much time refining, rewriting and tweaking to make something your best, might b…
 
Does persistence always win over talent? Yes, for many reasons, but here are two: 1) if you keep going on anything - writing, dieting, working on your startup, eventually the moment will come when you will luck out and win and 2) persistence is additive - the more you do it, the more you have and the more you want to keep doing it. --- Send in a vo…
 
A wide-ranging discussion on ageism, marketing, the future. Plus some great start-up ideas and activism thrown in for fun. Links discussed on the show: The Unstoppable Rise of the Zaddys -- in the New York Times https://www.nytimes.com/2019/09/04/t-magazine/zaddy.html Getty Images and AARP Launch the Disrupt Aging Collection http://press.gettyimage…
 
Innovation IS risk, it requires risk, and without risk, how can you innovate? This company has just given the death knell to internal innovation. If the most critical metric in your employee’s objectives for the year is managing risk, how innovative do you think this company will be? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thinkfuture/messag…
 
Many organizations are planning for 2020. There's a right way and a wrong way to do it. Some organizations call this “strategic planning,” however since the plan is only a year out, I’d argue that you might not call it “strategic,” although, in this world of extremely short-term planning, let’s say that planning one year out can be considered strat…
 
Is digital transformation simply applying digital technologies to your current processes, products and services? No, it is much more. Get you free paper on "Doing Digital Transformation Right" --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thinkfuture/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thinkfuture/support…
 
How one entrepreneur leveraged a 20 plus year old idea for success. Connect with Tatsuya here: https://linktr.ee/tats_n Heres the book: Overcoming Inventoritishttps://www.amazon.com/Overcoming-Inventoritis-Silent-Killer-Innovation-ebook/dp/B00243FRGI --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thinkfuture/messageSupport this podcast: https://anc…
 
Everyone has their own reality. This is why its so difficult to get people to agree on anything - everyone experiences their own reality, and its this reality which is what you should be selling. Your version of reality. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thinkfuture/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thinkfuture/support…
 
Do you know your customer journey? Have you mapped it out lately? Do you make it easy for customers to do business with you? After a time, your processes may have begun to deviate from the ideal customer experience. Are you seeing an increase in customer service calls, lower net promoter scores, and other key indicators that something is amiss in y…
 
As humans, we’ve been biased to go after short term results over long term results ever since we were primitives wandering the savannah. The ability to plan and think to the future, to save for tomorrow, to think about what is next, is something that only human beings have, along with the ability to think and reason. But like most humans, we are la…
 
In every company, there are troublemakers. These are the radicals, those who don’t toe the party line, they use different processes, they don’t go through channels, they might say or do things that cause some discomfort. Some may describe them as “pains in the ass,” rogue elements which create all manner of disruption, and the company would be bett…
 
Do you know which role in your organization is ultimately responsible for innovation? Some people might guess the CTO or the CEO. If you have a dedicated innovation group, then it might be the Chief Innovation Officer (CINO), or the VP or Innovation, or some other senior leader with innovation in their title. But you’d be wrong. Innovation is more …
 
The story of Popsockets, founded by a philosophy major (just like me) is an awesome example of invention, design thinking and pivoting. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thinkfuture/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thinkfuture/support
 
A fantastically interesting conversation as we discuss the future of work, culture change, agility, personal branding and much more. Here are the books we referenced. BTW, did you know that Warren Buffet spends 80% of his day reading? I know I'm slacking, are you? Drive, Daniel Pink Startup of You, Reid Hoffman and Ben Casnocha Sapiens, A Brief His…
 
We unpack what it takes to build a successful brand right now - and it's not as hard and you might think. Its an amazing wide ranging interview with Henry Kaminski, Jr. – Founder of Unique Designz. We dig into the best way to have a unique voice among all of the other voices out there, talk about the past, present and future of branding, the ups an…
 
Today's episode digs into AI based recruiting and bias. What if we did eliminate bias, but we didn’t think it was, because of the output of the system? Even with a fully transparent AI picking candidates, would we ever get to a fully unbiased system? Maybe, but I think that the only way we could do that is to allow the system to make the decisions …
 
To innovate – you must absorb many different sources of information – especially in the areas not in the area you are trying to innovate in, let those percolate in your brain, then apply them to your current challenges. If you don’t fill up your funnel with new materials, (as in new experiences, new learning, new people, new places), then it become…
 
Wondering what SEO even means anymore? We peel back the layers of work needed to get the organic relevancy you've always wanted. In discussion with Damon Burton of SEONational, we cover meta keywords (not a thing anymore), loading speed, mobile friendliness, intuitive structure, relevant content creation, getting quality backlinks, newsjacking, wha…
 
We talk about the past and future of AI and all of the elements of it - from computer vision to machine learning to data science. We cover AI taking your job, how virtual assistants work (and don't work), some of the most exciting breakthroughs in AI (many of which have just occurred in the last few years, as we finally have the data and the proces…
 
We delve into deep data analysis, does it have the answer to every question? A while back I blogged about big data, and the possibility that with enough of it, we'd be able to answer every question. While this was a future vision, we may be there right now. Today, we have a great conversation with Rado Kotorov, a Technology Innovator and Leader and…
 
We chat with Bob Sager, author of 101 Freaking Brilliant Business Ideas: And Ten Ways YOU Can Create Your Own. We range from discussions on innovation and great new business ideas - how to get training to stick, and exercises to make you more creative. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thinkfuture/messageSupport this podcast: https://a…
 
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