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Welcome to FUTUREPROOF. We're the podcast that delves into the future. From Augmented Reality to Artificial Intelligence to Smart Cities to Internet of Things to Virtual Reality, we speak with some of the sharpest minds to better help you understand what the next few years may look like.Brought to you by author Jeremy Goldman (Going Social, Getting to Like).For booking inquiries: vie@futureproofshow.com
 
The Mental Wellness Journey is a podcast series with a novel perspective exploring Functional Medicine Psychiatry. Certified by the Institute For Functional Medicine and a practicing psychiatrist with two decades of experience, Dr. Laurie Goldman presents an interview program that will challenge what you know about mental illness and mental wellness. Her guests are from fields as diverse as Nutrition, energy healing, personal transformation, infectious diseases, environmental illness and Med ...
 
Politely provocative, inquisitive, and perhaps untold. Join Robert Amato as he speaks to individuals from all walks of life and all over the globe. Hear their stories, their struggles, and their truth. It's a world in flux - be ahead of the curve by listening to Seldom Said. A production of LIU Public Radio. Visit us at WCWP.org
 
Podcastificating the world, one listener at a time.A fun look at podcasting, its challenges and triumphs, and the tech, tips & tricks, and strategies that impact the world of everyday podcasters like you and me. I'm a regular guy who's been swept up in the podcastificating world of podcasting. I've build a business to support podcasters and content providers and love passing along my hard-learned lessons about podcasting, production, and editing, as well as my take on the technology that's a ...
 
Founders15 is a unique new discussion experience. The conversations are founder to founder featuring the same questions each podcast, helping bring a continuity to these discussions. Perhaps most distinctively, the show is focused primarily on founders building building right now, and not the billion dollar unicorns. These are real people building real businesses today. Hosted by Kevin Lavelle, CEO and founder of Mizzen+Main. Learn more at www.founders15.com.
 
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The world of marketing is shifting broadly, and that’s why I wanted to speak to someone who can speak broadly to the future of marketing. Enter John Connors. He started Boathouse in 2001 after years at the biggest agencies in New England and the world, whe wanted to bring a new type of performance-mindedness to the agency business. He previously se…
 
Dima Shvets is co-founder and CEO (since 2021) at Reface, a leader in applying AI/ML technologies for personalized content creation. The Reface app hit #1 in the App Store soon after release and was listed among the best apps of 2020 by Google Play. Celebrities including Elon Musk, Justin Bieber, Snoop Dogg, and Miley Cyrus have shared refaced vide…
 
The current employer-sponsored retirement savings plans are in desperate need of innovation: 401Ks aren’t cutting it, pension plans are nearly extinct, and a large portion of our workforce isn’t even eligible for such benefits. Even those who do have a savings plan will have to pay high penalty fees to withdraw them when they inevitably change jobs…
 
One thing we’ve wanted to cover on this show for awhile is brand purpose,. It’s increasingly becoming an important consideration for brands, in part because many consumers care more about that attribute, especially younger consumers. 27% of Gen Zers are very likely to pay more for a purpose-driven brand, according to an April study by Cubist Martin…
 
Every podcaster is looking for ways to grow her audience. Why? Hopefully, it's for reasons bigger than our own ego (if it's not, please — STOP podcasting right now). The best reason to work toward podcast audience growth is to better serve those who find our show interesting and or helpful. I know you agree with me, right? Scott Johnson is a guy wh…
 
Alec Ross is the author of the New York Times bestseller The Industries of the Future as well as The Raging 2020s, which came out this past September. During the Obama administration, he served as Senior Advisor for Innovation to the Secretary of State, and he’s appeared on CNN Fareed Zakaria GPS, CNBC “Squawk Box”, Bloomberg TV, among many other p…
 
For years now I’ve heard about the problems with funding entrepreneurs and how the funding landscape is broken. To that end, I wanted to speak with Andrew D'Souza. He’s the co-founder and CEO of Clearco, the world’s largest e-comm investor and unicorn valued at $2B. After years of witnessing founder challenges in the VC world, Andrew saw an opportu…
 
For the first time ever, podcast show notes display almost the SAME in all podcasting apps (thanks Apple). That brings up the question... what ARE show notes anyway? And how can I best use them? On this episode of Podcastification, I'm going to explain what show notes are, what they should contain, and how to create and use them in the MOST EFFECTI…
 
Dr. Rebecca Parsons is the Chief Technology Officer at Thoughtworks (TWKS), a global software consultancy. Dr. Parsons has deep technical expertise, including leading the creation of large-scale distributed applications and the integration of disparate systems. Separate from her passion for deep technology, she is a strong advocate for diversity an…
 
I’ve followed today’s guest for years. Not in a scary, stalker-ish way...I just have a lot of respect for the guy, so much so that I quoted him in my first book, Going Social, eight years ago. Simon Mannering is the Founder and CEO of We First, a strategic consultancy that turns companies into movements by empowering their brands to lead with a pur…
 
If you feel you don't know enough about the topics you want to podcast about, you are in good company Maria Failla began her podcast, Bloom & Grow Radio because she DIDN'T know enough about how to care for her plants and saw it as a great opportunity to talk to experts who did. And by the way, isn't that a GREAT name for a podcast? It comes from a …
 
Ulcca Joshi Hansen is Chief Program Officer at Grantmakers for Education. Hansen has worked in education for two decades. Her experiences as an English-language learner and first-generation college student inform her perspective on what it means to provide an “equitable” education for every child and engage communities in that effort. She’s also th…
 
Jonathan Brill is an expert on resilient growth, innovation, and decision-making during uncertainty. He was a senior leader and the Global Futurist at Hewlett Packard, where he directed long-term strategy programs, a creative director at frog design, and now he’s the managing director at Resilient Growth Partners and a board member at Frost & Sulli…
 
COVID has changed the world to such an extent over the past year and a half, and of course it’s not something that anyone would ever wish on society, but there have been some interesting developments - a lot of them positive. One of those innovations comes from SiO2, a little-known material science company from Alabama that received a $143 million …
 
Think about how much of our lives are spent communicating behind computer screens these days, and then compare that with most of human history when we were communicating face to face using body language. It’s such a shift that it’s perhaps not unexpected so many of us are bad at it. That’s why we wanted to speak to Erica Dhawan. Erica is a globally…
 
Last week we discussed blockchain, and I wanted to continue that conversation, at least for a few minutes, with Amy Wu, a Partner at Lightspeed Ventures I’ve become acquainted with recently. Amy joined Lightspeed in 2019 as an early member of the growth team, investing in growth-stage consumer and enterprise businesses. Prior to Lightspeed, Amy was…
 
Blockchain. It's one of those things the average person knows is going to be transformative in so many ways, but don't quite understand 100%. I have a confession to make: I'm one of those people. In a few words, Blockchain is a shared, immutable ledger that facilitates the process of recording transactions and tracking assets (both tangible and int…
 
One of the most engaging interview subjects I’ve ever had is probably futurist Byron Reese a few years back, when I was writing for Inc.com, and it’s great to have the excuse to speak with him again. A successful tech entrepreneur, speaker, author, and inventor with 2 NASDAQ IPO's, Byron’s newest book Wasted launched this past June from Random Hous…
 
I feel like most of us know on some level that recycling is important, right? But...how does it work? And why is it important? And are we even doing a good job at it? And how much is plastic an impediment to a brighter future? To answer those questions, I wanted to turn to Jennie Romer. She’s a lawyer, a sustainability expert, and author of Can I R…
 
Subscribe Is Gone (on Apple only, so far) Podcast tech is changing all the time, so we shouldn't be surprised when Apple makes a change (unannounced, as is often the case). What's the latest change? Apple's newest version of the iOS app (14.5 update) is now MISSING the "Subscribe" button. It also has no "Follow" button (which we've previously thoug…
 
We wanted to do something a little different this week and do a deep dive on an important topic: the topic of content governance on Facebook, given that it is for all intents and purposes, the modern public square. A while back, we read about Facebook’s creation of an Oversight Board- almost like Facebook’s version of a Supreme Court, so to speak -…
 
What will the future of genetic testing look like, and why is it so important? To answer that question, we turned to Dr. Yael Joffe, an expert in the field of nutrigenomics. She started as a dietitian and then went on to obtain her Ph.D. in Nutrigenomics from the University of Cape Town, exploring various aspects of genetics. We wanted to speak to …
 
`It seems like the pandemic has forced many of us to realize how connected today’s kids are. Just think about how much of their life is spent online vs. so little of ours - I’m speaking as a kid who grew up in the 80s and 90s - It’s such a shift in just one generation. We spend a lot of time talking about all of the ills of this connectivity, but h…
 
1I don’t know how much time you spend thinking about things like how people move around cities and how inefficient urban mobility can be, but it’s admittedly something I’ve been thinking about since I developed the logo and branding for autonomous driving startup Mobileye, now part of Intel. How people get around, and even how we park, is an essent…
 
Rob Siegel teaches two of the most popular courses at Stanford Graduate School of Business. Business Insider listed him as one of the top professors to know at Stanford. He’s also a Silicon Valley VC, sits on the boards of several startups, is a many-time entrepreneur himself, and was previously an exec at GE and Intel, working with Andy Grove. He’…
 
Bryan Walsh is Axios’ Future Correspondent, covering emerging technology and trends shaping geopolitics, work, warfare and more. He’s been the writer of the Axios Future newsletter, editor of the Axios What’s Next newsletter, and author of the 2019 book End Times: A Brief Guide to the End of the World. In his new What’s Next newsletter from Axios, …
 
Earlier this year, the multibillion-dollar business consulting and IT giant Cognizant joined XPRIZE to launch the Pandemic Response Challenge, a competition to create AI systems that can help societies reopen safely in the wake of COVID-19. Cognizant’s work was based on data from Oxford and John Hopkins and provided data-centric strategies for gove…
 
It seems like year after year, content is becoming increasingly important to companies’ marketing efforts. At the same time, it’s also become a way that more entrepreneurs make a living. To figure out the future of content, I really wanted to turn to Joe Pulizzi. He’s the bestselling author of Content Inc., Killing Marketing and Epic Content Market…
 
Annie Murphy Paul is an acclaimed science writer whose work has appeared in the New York Times Magazine and Scientific American, among many other publications. She’s the author of a number of books, including her latest, The Extended Mind: The Power of Thinking Outside the Brain, which just came out last month. The extended mind is a really interes…
 
You probably know Kevin Roose as an award-winning technology columnist for The New York Times the host of the “Rabbit Hole” podcast, but did you know he’s the bestselling author of two books, and now a third called Futureproof: 9 Rules for Humans in the Age of Automation, which inspired to have us on - not just the title, but the topic: namely, how…
 
With the country opening up to in-person gatherings on an increasingly rapid pace, I thought it’d be interesting to speak to Company Nurse’s CTO, Henry Svendblad. I was reading up on the company’s COVID-19 digital screening tool, Screen, that allows students and staff to conduct COVID screenings via any device with an internet browser before enteri…
 
Eric Redmond. By day, he’s Director of Tech Innovation at Nike. By night and on weekends, he’s the author of the new book Deep Tech: Demystifying the Breakthrough Technologies That Will Revolutionize Everything, which just came out a month ago. He’s here today in his guise as an author, which is great, since Eric writes that things like AI, VR, Blo…
 
A lot of culture originates online these days, particularly with digitally-native influencers and microinfluencers. What’s interesting is that these often seem to be “regular” people who have just jumped into superstardom without any vetting at all. Thankfully, some of that is changing, with the likes of some media outlets covering digital culture.…
 
Prior to COVID, it wasn't uncommon for us to record live podcasts at physical conferences. Remember that? Remember when those were a thing? Since the pandemic, many events have moved to virtual, which is why we wanted to speak to Lalit Mangal, co-founder and CEO of Airmeet- one of the main companies looking to power the future of virtual events. To…
 
Glenn Hebert... is one of those guys who saw the value and power of podcasting early on. His "Horse Radio Network" has been in the podcasting game for a long, long time as a result. I wanted to chat with Glenn about monetization because he's done it well — he and his wife both work full-time for their little media company and have recurring sponsor…
 
Can you see the opportunities that exist in your niche? If so, you'll gain further insight from listening to this episode. If not, you'll REALLY benefit from listening. Andrew Allemann seems to have a knack for noticing the opportunities, taking action on them quickly, and making the most of being first to meet the need the opportunity represents. …
 
Podcasting success comes in all shapes and sizes... and in any niche area you can think of. This episode is a case-study of sorts and focuses on a very specific niche podcast and the impact its had on it's creator — Mark Goldman. Mark is an accountant, and a recruiter for the accounting industry. His businesses help others succeed in the accounting…
 
It's not every day you get to have a "Podcast Hall of Fame" inductee on your podcast. But it's fun when it happens! In this case, it's because Dave Jackson is such a fun guy. He's known as "The Podcast Coach" and has earned the title since he's been podcasting since way back in 2005 and has published more podcasts of his own than most people have l…
 
Get Into Jeremy's Podcast Marketing Course ASAP before it fills up! (Affiliate link) No doubt, marketing and promotion of your podcast, with a goal toward growing your audience with the RIGHT listeners, is a very difficult task. I know because I get questions about it from clients all the time. Are you struggling with the same issues? Dollars to do…
 
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