Season Two -What it means to be a man in todays world.
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Episode 27, Christine McDougall – In this episode the tables are turned, and Amir Nasr from Episode 21 interviews Christine. If you want to learn more about what Christine does you might enjoy listening to this episode and why she is interviewing men on what it means to be a man in todays world.
Episode 26, Martin Lucas – Martin Lucas is an award winning strategist & problem solver who has modelled the Why of human behaviours: how to leverage that data and use it to drive science-based growth for marketing and advertising. Martin has just completed a three year study to decode the human algorithm in order to understand how we make decisions, what drives our emotions, bias, behaviours, habits and which science, psychology, philosophy and math you can use to model those insights to create positive change. His career has been a mix of award-winning Enterprise Sales, Marketing & Product Management leadership alongside the Entrepreneurship of creating three businesses and publishing three books.
Episode 25, Mark Eckhardt – Ordained Zen priest, CEO of Common, husband to Malene, dad to two girls, this conversation with Mark Eckhardt begins with a question that finds its full answer by the end of the conversation. At COMMON, a creative accelerator and community for social enterprises and projects, Mark advises a wide range of businesses spanning 20 countries and 25 industries using a blend of leadership development and organizational design methodologies. He is the creator of the Maniacal Business Attack, an immersive strategic process that aligns intent with action in the marketplace, and has been called on to help senior leadership at brands such as Calvin Klein, Taco Bell and Warner Bros. to create new approaches to leadership and responsive systems for operating responsibly in complex market conditions. Mark is a classical composer, and lover of tractors. He studied Zen Buddhism under the auspices of Bill Yoshin Jordan, Abbot of the Santa Monica Zen Center from 1997 to 2011. He took his first set of Priest vows in 2007 and completed his full ordination in 2008. He currently resides in Los Angeles.
Episode 24, Casey Lyons – Meet Casey Lyons, a 29 year old former carpenter turned co-founder of Australian nationally recognised not-for-profit Charity, LIVIN. LIVIN was founded in honour of Casey’s best friend, Dwayne Lally who sadly took his life after living in silence with a mental illness. LIVIN is all about living your life at the top and breaking the stigma of mental health. Connecting, supporting and encouraging one another to talk about their feelings and challenges because “It Ain’t Weak to Speak”. Casey and Sam, the two co-founders of LIVIN, just won the Gold Coast Social Entrepreneurs of the Year Award. Casey was a speaker at Big Blue Sky in 2016.
Episode 23, Richard Hames – Richard Hames is considered to be among the world’s most influential intellectuals and foresight practitioners. An Australian citizen, educated in Europe and domiciled in Thailand, Richard has been honoured with numerous awards including a French Government Scholarship, a Leverhulme European Fellowship, the Mondadori Professorial Fellowship and the inaugural Lord Attlee Fellowship. Richard is Executive Chairman of the Centre for the Future, Director of HamesMcGregor + Partners, and Chairman of the Asian Foresight Institute. He is also an elected Fellow of the World Academy of Art & Science. Richard is a member of various advisory boards and has been a personal mentor to Presidents, Heads of State, and some of the world’s most innovative CEOs. A compelling public speaker, Richard is the author of seven books, the latest being Heresies:Essays on the Future of Humanity. He is father to ten children and has fourteen grandchildren.
Episode 22, Adam Jacoby – Adam is the Founder, Chief Steward & Council Member of global democracy movement MiVote which was a finalist in the 2016 Singularity University Grand Global Challenge Awards, he. is a member of the UN Blockchain for Social Impact group and is featured in the book Democracy Squared.
Episode 21, Amir A. Nasr- Amir has shared the stage with Nobel Peace Laureates and former presidents, and spoken at events in North America, Europe, the Middle East, North Africa and Southeast Asia, as well as at YPO, Afest, Google, Cato Institute and the Oslo Freedom Forum, among others. He has been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Atlantic, Esquire and dozens of media outlets in over 13 languages, as well as in the Emmy-nominated documentary film Live Your Quest. He is founder of Assertive and Company, and is based in Vancouver Canada.
Episode 20, Murray Galbraith – Best described as a creative polymath, Murray Galbraith is the mind behind some of the most progressive and influential projects in Australia. With an award winning career spanning multiple industries, including design, media, advertising and events, Murray is unlike almost every entrepreneur you’ve ever come across before. A proud father and mental health advocate, his online projects include Australia’s first ever successfully funded Kickstarter campaign called ‘Pretty Rad for a Dad’ and Dads.Co, a global community of digital dads. But it’s his offline work, in large scale, emerging technology events where he has truly made his mark. With a deep sense of curiosity and a unique ability to connect cultural, political and technological dots, Murray has helped design and deliver events like Pause Fest in Melbourne and Myriad in Queensland.
Episode 19. Simon Kalinowski –Simon is a technology minded and spirited entrepreneur with a passion for ecological sustainability. He is a proud advocate for sustainable practices – particularly in the waste industry and through developing his own circular economy project; a regenerative farm in Northern NSW.
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