EP 29: Fairy (Door) Tales Do Come True and Democratised Data

We speak to Velocidi CEO David Dunne and MD Alan McNab. We hear their great back stories and how they met. We hear how and why they formed Velocidi and the ambitions behind the Marketing Automation and Intelligence Platform driven by AI. Niamh Sherwin Barry is one of the 4 founders of the Irish Fairy Door company. This is a tale of adversity, imagination and influence.

Growth Mindset Personified, from Lion to CEO to Leadership Coach

Power achiever Dr. Phillip Matthews is an ex-British and Irish Lion, he captained is country Ireland, holds a PhD, has been a sales leader, MD, CEO and now focuses on executive coaching.

Growth Mindset is at the heart of Phillip’s work, but also in his heart. It is what drives him to continuous success and now he wants to pass on the framework so that others can succeed.

EP 29: What is your AQ? Grit, Resilence and Growth Mindset, A Leadership Special

On this week’s show we talk Grit and Growth Mindset with two leaders in their respective fields. Dr. Paul G. Stoltz is 38 years researching what makes the successful soar. He is founder and CEO of peaklearning.com and author of 5 books on GRIT and AQ, Adversity Quotient. Paul is considered the world’s leading authority on the integration and application of grit, AQ and resilience. His newest book, GRIT — The New Science of What it Takes to Persevere, Flourish, Succeed is available now, in which he pioneers the first construct for growing both the quantity and quality of one’s GRIT. We also speak to power achiever Dr. Phillip Matthews. Phillip is ex-British and Irish Lions captain, holds a PhD, has been a sales leader, MD, CEO and now focuses on executive coaching. Growth Mindset is at the heart of Phillip’s work, but also in his heart. It is what drives him to continuous success and now he wants to pass on the framework so that others can succeed.

Our brains on technology

Baroness Professor Susan Greenfield is a leader in brain science, multi-decorated and multiple time author, but also on the negative effects to over exposure of technology and screens to the brain. We discuss this from the perspective of children. We also discuss Susan’s childhood and how her varied background leads to the magic or diverse thinking.

Ep 28: The Future of Radio? Melosity and Fred Jacobs

Fred Jacobs is President and Founder of Jacobs Media. We have an honest no holding back chat about radio, the blockers to its future and indeed some ways it can survive in the future. Fred has emerged over the past two decades as one of radio’s leading visionaries. He founded Jacobs Media in 1983, when he had the notion that Album Rock could be fragmented by the creation of the Classic Rock format. Prior to launching the company, Fred spent the majority of his time designing and managing research projects as the Director of Research for the Radio and Publishing divisions for Frank N. Magid Associates, a leading research and consulting firm. Later, Fred became Director of Radio Research for the ABC-FM Owned and Operated Radio Stations. From there, Fred gravitated to the station side, becoming program director for legendary WRIF-FM in Detroit, before forming Jacobs Media. You can find Fred and his blog on http://jacobsmedia.com/ We also talk to Rory O’Farrell about his startup www.melosity.com. Melosity.com us the easiest way for musicians to collaborate online. Rory is ably support and mentored by Fred Karlsson, founder of Donedeal.ie. We get an insight into the product and Fred’s mentorship.

Scott Galloway on the 4 horsemen, Apple, Google, Facebook and Amazon

Scott Galloway talks about the 4 horsemen, Apple, Google, Facebook and Amazon. We talk about a future for traditional media, we talk retail and we talk voice.

Scott is a Clinical Professor at the NYU Stern School of Business where he teaches brand strategy and digital marketing. In 2012, Professor Galloway was named “One of the World’s 50 Best Business School Professors” by Poets & Quants. He is also the founder of Red Envelope and Prophet Brand Strategy. Scott was elected to the World Economic Forum’s Global Leaders of Tomorrow and has served on the boards of directors of Urban Outfitters (Nasdaq: URBN), Eddie Bauer (Nasdaq: EBHI), The New York Times Company (NYSE: NYT), Gateway Computer, and UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business. He received a B.A. from UCLA and an M.B.A. from UC Berkeley.

Calum Chace – Expert of Artificial Intelligence, Economic Singularity

We talk to Calum Chace. Calum is an author and speaker about artificial intelligence, and its likely future impact on society. His work is informed by the experience of a 30-year career in business. You can see some of his talks here.
If you are new to the idea that machine consciousness and superintelligence may be with us soon (in decades rather than centuries), his novel Pandora’s Brain and his non-fiction books Surviving AI and The Economic Singularity are great places to start.

Robert "The Scobleizer" Scoble explains the potential of MR AR VR

We have a very special guest with Robert Scoble, co-author of “The Age of Context” and “The Fourth Transformation” with Shel Israel. The Scobleizer tells us about what is coming down the track in the MR space. He tells us about Apple’s game changing moves, acquisitions. The Futurist with Upload VR also tells us about the great uses he has seen for AR, VR and MR. He talks Magic Leap, Hololens, HTC and much much more, worth a listen. Please forgive the crappy sound as we did this at a conference. https://uploadvr.com/0F

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