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Our biweekly podcast features provocative discussions and thoughtful exploration of innovations in science, technology, the environment, and everything in between. Our guests include thought-leaders, innovators, entrepreneurs, activists, and experts in the global innovation economy.
 
Hi there! My podcast focuses on hope, community and resilience being the ways forward, and I'm pleased to say it has over 50000x downloads.) Debating these subjects and the context within which they sit has meant I've had some fascinating discussions with guests inc activists, creatives, writers, strategists, psychologists, lecturers, and futurists; who naturally illuminate their own life-stories and ongoing work. (Re: my background, I'm a researcher, public speaker and author. My first book ...
 
Rob Johnson is not your average economist, and this is not your average economics podcast. Every week, Rob talks about economic and social issues with a guest who probably wasn’t on your Econ 101 reading list, from musicians to activists to rebel economists. A podcast of The Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET).
 
Ben Yeoh chats to a variety of thinkers and doers about their curiosities, ideas and passions. If you are curious about the world this show is for you. I have extended conversations across humanities and science with artists, philosophers, writers, theatre makers, activists, economists and all walks of life.
 
Discover the best bits of the best books read by people you admire. Michael Bungay Stanier hosts the podcast where brilliant people read the best two pages of a favourite book. Listen as authors, leaders, activists, academics, celebrities, and entrepreneurs dig in with MBS to explore the insights and ideas within. Whether it’s books that inspire leadership, change, self-development and growth, power, strategy, ambition, productivity, or creativity and innovation - this is hand-curated wisdom ...
 
The Nod tells the stories of Black life that don’t get told anywhere else, from an explanation of how purple drink became associated with Black culture to the story of how an interracial drag troupe traveled the nation in the 1940s. We celebrate the genius, the innovation, and the resilience that is so particular to being Black -- in America, and around the world.
 
A changing climate presents humanity with only one option: adapt. Join your host, Doug Parsons for America's leading podcast on climate change - America Adapts! Each episode, Doug sits down with scientists, activists, policymakers, and journalists to discuss the tough questions facing this country and the world as we confront humanity's greatest challenge. Question your assumptions, refresh your perspective, and become part of the climate movement that will determine our planet's future, rig ...
 
Carmen Murray is the founder of Boo-Yah! a leading Modern Marketing Business that provides a number of initiatives to ensure businesses become Future Fit™. She is a marketing activist and torchbearer for Diversity and Inclusion and was recently recognised by Meltwater as the top Women in Tech, Africa, 2019. She received the most prestigious award, a Black Pixel, IAB Bookmarks 2019 for her best individual contribution to Digital, Africa 2019.
 
The Friend of a Friend Podcast introduces you to the next generation of luminaries. Hosted by entrepreneur and founder Olivia Perez, each episode will take you inside the minds of today’s up-and-comers and game changers - from brand builders, to personalities, activists, artists, and thought leaders from around the world - to hear their experiences, advice, and the real story behind their success. For more, follow Olivia on Instagram @livvperez and visit our website FriendofaFriend.US
 
Welcome to Pulp Nonfiction: The Paper and Packaging Podcast! We’re here to explore critical issues involving packaging and the circular economy. Our guests on Pulp Nonfiction are going to include everyone from artists and activists to manufacturers and middlemen to environmentalists and entrepreneurs to get their perspective on what they think are the most critical subjects regarding sustainability today. This podcast is brought to you by Sustana Fiber, a leading producer of FSC®-certified s ...
 
The internet runs the world, and we talk with the brilliant people behind the scenes who make it happen. Through conversations with software vendors, developers, entrepreneurs, and activists, we’ll dive into the web apps they run and how they’ve enriched people’s lives. Discover something new to power up your next world-changing project, building your confidence to deploy on Fridays. Hosted by Platform.sh: the end-to-end web platform for teams. PS: We deploy on Fridays! Join the discussion b ...
 
We are a podcast about global health and human rights. And right now, we are asking the tough questions about what a world with #COVID-19 looks like. Rapid, mass global #vaccination programs are needed - something never achieved in #globalpublichealth before. But who will be left behind? #Pandemics have upended #globalsecurity priorities and turned our lives upside down. What does this mean for #humanrights? What are the implications for epidemics, like, #HIV, #TB and #Malaria, that we have ...
 
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2nd Earth

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2nd Earth

Arthur Ebeling

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Exploring the nexus of science, technology and social evolution to realize a sustainable future. For better or worse, a new planet is emerging- it is the sum of our decisions that will characterize this future. Social entrepreneur Arthur Ebeling leads the discussion with fellow entrepreneurs, scientists, philosophers and social activists to build the vision for a 2nd Earth. Arthur Ebeling was a top 6 finalist in the Global Student Entrepreneur Awards sponsored by Mercedes Benz Financial and ...
 
Interviews with activists, social scientists, entrepreneurs and change-makers about the most effective strategies to expand humanity’s moral circle, with an emphasis on expanding the circle to farmed animals. Host Jamie Harris, a researcher at moral expansion think tank Sentience Institute, takes a deep dive with guests into advocacy strategies from political initiatives to corporate campaigns to technological innovation to consumer interventions, and discusses advocacy lessons from history, ...
 
This is a political podcast which centers around progressive values and leftism. A new episode will be released weekly and will consist of either myself, analyzing policies, or with guests discussing progressive ideas and policy-oriented discussions. We will also be incorporating change management methodology to the discussion so we can discover ways to win hearts and minds, thus moving towards a more human-centric global future.
 
If you want to understand how social scientists’ study human behaviour, how industry innovates or want to know more about how they can successfully work together and enhance each other, then you have come to the right place! Join our hosts as they engage with anthropologists, other researchers and industry specialists from all over the world. The discussions will be about their specific work in understanding people and how they apply that understanding to advance industry, scholarship and/or ...
 
NowThis Kids is an original podcast by NowThis that spotlights uplifting news and important issues for families. Each episode is dedicated to exploring the world around us and helping people quench their curiosity. Through positive news stories of courageous folks, we unpack the complex news cycle and give families the tools to talk with each other about the stories that matter most today. Look out for new episodes every Wednesday, hosted by activist Naomi Wadler and NowThis contributor Luri ...
 
The Art of Excellence is an in-depth interview-style podcast about people who have accomplished great things in their lives. The goal of the show is to deliver inspiring stories from ultra-successful entrepreneurs, athletes, entertainers, authors, thought leaders and anyone doing something extraordinary. We will explore the backgrounds, talent, work ethic, sacrifices, mental outlook and serendipity that led to their success.
 
Senior Housing Unfiltered highlights the impact makers and people making a difference in the senior housing industry. In an informal and relaxed way, Lloyd Jones Senior Living is conversing with all types of people-entrepreneurs, leaders, activists, and other heroes from the senior housing world, celebrities as well as hidden gems. It is a stripped-down dialogue with people across the industry who share their dreams, experiences, and how they make a difference every day to the people they se ...
 
54Lights is dedicated to elevating creative black voices through authentically told stories. We showcase Africans, the diaspora and allies of the great continent. Our mission is to showcase and (re)shape the brand that represents people of colour. Each episode is designed to introduce global audiences to culture creators (artists, musicians and innovators)...so that we can celebrate the diversity, texture and prowess of our people. Hosted by Kondwani Mwase
 
Counter Culture is more than a radio show. Counter Culture is a call to action and a challenge for us to unite and build strong communities that will cultivate leaders who value human lives. Counter Culture is an all inclusive platform for everyone to share their opinions and beliefs in a non-judgmental atmosphere facilitated by a group of young activists. There is a misconception that youth and young adults don’t care about social issues. Counter Culture is here to correct that myth. Join u ...
 
Join Erin Andrews, Executive Director of Impact Zero, as she talks her way through the circular economy world. Together, we'll talk to business leaders, entrepreneurs, researchers, activists and others who are working on sustainability and circular economy initiatives on the ground: together making the impossible, possible.
 
Biweekly one-on-one conversations where the world's top leaders, change-makers and experts share the projects that excite them and the habits they can’t work without, all from the World Economic Forum. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
We're trans. We're here for a reason. We are a twin flame couple (both trans men) talking about our love, our life, the things that suck about the world, and the things that bring us joy (typically spirituality, art, gender, sexuality, lifestyle, & the list continues!). We seek to live from the heart and change the world by being our authentic selves and sharing stories from our every day lives, while sometimes interviewing our friends & fellow activists, artists, & healers. Trans* = all gen ...
 
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Henley Business School

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Leading Edge is a series of podcasts that gets inside the heads of great leaders. Thomas Mason, business journalist is joined by some of Henley Business School’s leading academics to explore and challenge their approaches and perceptions of what successful leadership should and could look like.
 
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EAT: The Science-Based Global Platform for Food System Transformation

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Food Can Fix It is a podcast produced by EAT as part of our mission to create a fair and sustainable global food system for healthy people, animals and planet. Our weekly interviews spotlight the work of activist chefs, visionary political leaders, socially responsible investors and groundbreaking entrepreneurs and scientists who are transforming the way we produce, consume and think about food. Tune in to hear about how children in Peru are being taught to like dark chocolate, how used tea ...
 
Fashion and apparel. It touches nearly everyone. When its at its best, fashion and apparel is not only functional, but also fun, expressive, sexy, and for some businesses, very profitable. But when it is at its worst, fashion and apparel is superficial, exploitative, polluting and extremely wasteful - in other words the essence of unsustainable consumption. And while it is argued that the industry's rapid growth has created employment opportunities for more than 300 million people worldwide, ...
 
A Sustainable Mind is a podcast created for the earth-conscious individual, ecopreneur, environmental activist, sustainability enthusiast, grassroots organizer, minimalist, conscious consumer and the eco-curious. If you are looking to get inspired, motivated and take ACTION to be the change you want to see in the world you are in the right place. Delivered to you each week, Marjorie Alexander brings you environmental changemakers whose campaigns, companies and projects have changed the plane ...
 
In a world that is advancing faster than ever before, how can we ensure that tech is used as a force for good? How can we guarantee that developments in tech such as artificial intelligence, augmented reality and blockchain, are inspired by social need? In this podcast from Nominet Trust, presenter Adah Parris meets with the experts and activists to ask those all-important questions – and to share amazing stories of people using tech to change the world for the better. Nominet Trust is the U ...
 
The Colour Green is a new podcast from Julie’s Bicycle exploring the links between climate change, race, nature and social justice from the perspectives of people of colour in the UK.We are all stewards of our planet, but the effects of climate change are not shared equally. While it is people in the Global South and marginalised communities in the Global North who are the first to feel the impacts of environmental degradation, extreme weather events, food crop failure, and air pollution, th ...
 
The Inclusion Works podcast explores the secrets of building inclusive culture at work and in the community. We’ll be joined by leaders, experts and activists all working to bring fresh thinking to the inclusion debate. We’ll be asking those all-important questions to find out more about them, their work and how they make inclusion work. If you’re interested in driving change, accelerating diversity or simply finding ways to be more inclusive every day, then join us for Inclusion Works. Beca ...
 
Josh Hasten is the President of the Bar-Am Public Relations firm based in Jerusalem and the CAMERA organization's 2009 Letter Writer of the Year. He is the founder of LettersForIsrael.com, a service which gives pro-Israel advocates the opportunity to improve their chances of getting their ideas published in the media. Josh hosts the Reality Bytes podcast live every Thursday from 9:00 am - 11:00 am Israel time on Arutz Sheva - Israel National Radio.
 
The Solomon Success podcast is dedicated to the timeless wisdom of King Solomon and the Book of Proverbs in order to maximize one’s business and life. To our advantage, we can find King Solomon’s financial strategies in addition to many life philosophies documented in biblical scriptures. Focusing on these enduring fundamentals of success allows us to bypass the “get-rich-quick” schemes that cause many to stumble on their journey toward success. Our concern is not only spiritual in nature, b ...
 
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The trial of Ghislaine Maxwell began on Monday, more than two years after the death of her alleged associate Jeffrey Epstein, with whom she had been charged with conspiring to sexually abuse minors. The trial is likely to be a media spectacle. The crimes of Jeffrey Epstein—and his death by suicide in August 2019—have spawned numerous books, documen…
 
On Nov. 26, the World Health Organization declared Omicron the latest COVID-19 variant of concern, and vaccine makers jumped on the news. Moderna quickly announced that it was developing an Omicron-specific vaccine, while continuing to study both a higher dose of its currently authorized shot, and a combination vaccine that protects against one of …
 
One of Joe Biden’s greatest political vulnerabilities going into next year is a mutating virus. Voters do not seem to be rewarding President Biden for his big-dollar legislative accomplishments. He’s getting declining marks in polls for his handling of the pandemic, despite having signed into law trillions of dollars in pandemic funding and ensurin…
 
A century ago, on the heels of another deadly pandemic, an estimated 10,000 coal workers in West Virginia banded together to march in protest against the cruelty and injustice they experienced working in the mines. It was America's largest labor uprising and was unusual for that segregated time in uniting Black, white and immigrant workers behind o…
 
WASHINGTON — Holiday decorations unveiled Monday for Joe and Jill Biden’s first White House Christmas honor frontline workers who persevered during the COVID-19 pandemic. Nurses, doctors, teachers, grocery store workers and others are recognized in this year's gigantic Gingerbread White House, which was made into a 350-pound (158.…
 
Mary Gauthier is a folk singer/songwriter whose songs have quite literally saved her life. Writing music did not come easily to Gauthier. She began abusing drugs and alcohol as a young girl growing up in Louisiana. After years of struggling with addiction, Gauthier got clean at age 27 and began frequenting open mics around Boston. She released her …
 
In this episode of #TheNewAbnormal, I interview the cultural strategist Amy Daroukakis, who "inspires teams, keep brands culturally relevant and re-imagines products, communication and design". She's worked across a wide range of sectors, including Retail (Target), Luxury (LVMH), Social (Facebook), Automotive (Hertz), Insurtech (Coya), FMCG (Danone…
 
Laura Grufas (pictured) is the National Community Organiser and Volunteer Coordinator for Australian Parents for Climate Action. On the group's website, Laura says she "feels very privileged to work with AP4CA local groups and witness amazing energy and efforts members contribute to influencing climate first policies and decisions on top of their a…
 
Michael’s new book How to Begin: Start Doing Something that Matters is now available at www.HowToBegin.com. ‘We shape our buildings; thereafter they shape us,’ is a quote I often come back to. It reminds me that we’re creatures of the systems in which we exist. We are defined by our relationships, both inside and outside of work. The question I sit…
 
As Black Friday approaches and the 2021 holiday shopping season kicks into high gear, "buy now, pay later," or BNPL, programs are having a resurgence in popularity. In recent months, major retailers like Amazon and Target have announced new partnerships with trendy BNPL startups like Afterpay, Affirm and Klarna, giving shoppers the point-of-sale op…
 
(NEW YORK) — Virgil Abloh, a leading designer whose groundbreaking fusions of streetwear and high couture made him one of the most celebrated tastemakers in fashion and beyond, has died of cancer. He was 41. Abloh's death was announced Sunday by the luxury group LVMH (Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy) and Abloh's own Off-White label, which he founded in…
 
Moderna Inc. Chief Medical Officer Paul Burton said he suspects the new omicron coronavirus variant may elude current vaccines, and if so, a reformulated shot could be available early in the new year.“We should know about the ability of the current vaccine to provide protection in the next couple of weeks,” Burton said Sunday on the BBC’s “Andrew M…
 
Patagonia has put together a three-part series about the climate with Lucy Siegle telling the story via a podcast to energise the planet and people. Meanwhile, The Guardian reports on a move by Australia's Federal Government which has even deepened the country's climate shame in the story "‘Vandals’: Victoria, Queensland fume over federal climate i…
 
Welcome to the first of our career series episodes! Today, Liv answers your career questions submitted via the website. From how to start a new job to her best networking hack, she’ll share some anecdotes from her personal journey and reflect on the best advice she’s heard on the show. If you want to submit a question to be answered live on the sho…
 
The world’s governments will be coming together for 2 weeks to, hopefully, reach some kind of binding agreement that might give the world at least a fighting chance of preventing runaway climate change. There’s one problem though... On a planet where over half the population is female, the leadership team put together by the UK government, who are …
 
In this episode of #TheNewAbnormal, I interview Simon Armstrong, who has the incredibly enviable job of being the book buyer for The Tate. He's a fascinating individual, with a background across an array of leading-edge cultural positions. In this interview, he describes his journey from a working-class background in the North East, to running what…
 
Philip Sutton (pictured) is passionate about seeing us take action on climate change and so has devised a "Climate Rescue" project. As the co-author of "Climate Code Red", Philip has been something of a climate crusader for decades and played a significant part in helping establish the climate emergency project, an idea now adopted by many Local Go…
 
In the second of a two part series of America Adapts, Doug Parsons and Tulane Professor, Dr. Jesse Keenan complete their assessment of the Federal Climate Adaptation Plans. Jesse discusses the strengths and weaknesses of the remaining federal agencies’ plans. We also discuss National Adaptation Plans and the need for the United States to have one. …
 
On the surface, the jury's Nov. 19 verdict in the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse was all too simple. His defense team successfully pled the case that Rittenhouse was acting in self-defense when he shot and killed two people during a night of protests and unrest in Kenosha last August.
 
As the holidays approach this year, you’ll be forgiven for having visions of supply chain issues dance through your head alongside those sugar plums. That means ordering your presents for family and friends early, which is easy enough with Cyber Monday, which falls on Nov. 29, 2021. Here are some of the best bargains that have been announced so far…
 
Why is it that people are quick to say they’re jealous of someone, but will not admit to being envious? What’s the difference between shame and guilt? Is feeling hopeless the same as feeling despair? These are the questions that Brené Brown, the sociology professor turned best-selling author and leadership consultant, tries to answer in her new boo…
 
Logging into video chat has become rote: I sit down at my computer, check my hair, turn on the camera. But this time, I’m greeted with a jolly “Ho, ho, ho.” Santa sits in front of a bauble-decorated Christmas tree, frosted blue windows, a large wooden nutcracker and flickering candles. I can almost smell the cinnamon and nutmeg. “Do you have any qu…
 
It’s entirely possible to love and dread the holidays at the same time—especially in 2021, which promises awkward conversations along with glad tidings and good cheer. As families and friends plan to get together this year, they’ll not only need to weigh the risk of getting sick from COVID-19, but also the possibility that some attendees have taken…
 
In this episode, I interview Carsten Beck, who heads up research at the famous Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies (CIFS). I've known him for years, and we've given speeches together in various parts of the world over the last decade. He also kindly gave highly insightful quotes for my books. CIFS specialises in scenario planning and trend ana…
 
Josh Kirkman (picture by Jessica Lindsay) is a former Australian bodyboard champion and so knows and understands well the dynamics of surfing and several months ago became the CEO of Surfers for Climate. Josh, who can be seen in action in these short clips - "HUMAN/NATURE - Joshua B. Kirkman Trailer" and "Josh B. Kirkman in Scotland" - is eager to …
 
America's Professor Michael Mann has long been shoulder deep in the climate conversation and his latest book, "The New Climate War" provides us with some tools to confront the climate deniers. Other Quick Climate Links for today are: "Australian scientists develop seagrass map to help protect Great Barrier Reef"; "Voter support for more ambitious 2…
 
On Nov. 22, Joel Castón—dressed head to toe in a dapper bright blue suit—exited the D.C. Jail to take his first breath of freedom in 27 years. Surrounded by a large crowd of family, friends, and community leaders—all of whom had been waiting six plus hours for his release—it seemed like his cheeks and arms might fall off from so much smiling and hu…
 
As you tuck into your Thanksgiving dinner, the kick-off event (at least for Americans) of the holiday season, spare a thought for the planet’s carbon waistline. Food production is a major source of greenhouse gas emissions, accounting for more than a third of emissions worldwide — and a new study has given fresh insight into how small changes in th…
 
The seven sailors point their rifles skyward and fire three times in unison, shattering the silence at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. The military salute signifies the end of an 80-year-old mystery that traces back to Dec. 7, 1941, the beginning of America’s involvement in World War II. Navy sailors Harold and William Trapp were pre…
 
Humans need to be close to other humans: when you say it like that, it sounds like your typical warm, fuzzy truism, the kind of platitude we all accept without question. The truth is that real closeness goes far beyond appreciation for—or adoration of—another person. It requires a fortitude that’s almost steely, an openness to self-examination that…
 
A version of this article was published in TIME’s newsletter Into the Metaverse. Subscribe for a weekly guide to the future of the Internet. In 2007, Second Life founder Philip Rosedale made a bold proclamation: “The 3D web will rapidly be the dominant thing and everyone will have an avatar." Considering the success of his creation, it wasn’t an al…
 
A new variant of SARS-CoV-2 first reported in South Africa is raising alarms for health officials around the world, leading to fresh travel restrictions amid fears it could be resistant to existing vaccines. Researchers in South Africa conducting genetic analysis of COVID-19 virus cases determined that a new variant, B.1.1.529, had been found in ca…
 
A dozen Grade-A eggs will run you about $0.40 more than they did a year ago, and you'll have to fork over $0.66 more for a pound of ground beef. At the gas pump, a gallon of unleaded is now $1.23 higher than it was in 2020. But few year-over-year price increases compare to what's happened to the American housing market. The sale price of a median h…
 
Your favorite Paul Thomas Anderson movie probably depends on whether you prefer his oddball comedies (Punch-Drunk Love, Inherent Vice, the new Licorice Pizza) or his operatic psychodramas (There Will Be Blood, The Master, Magnolia, Hard Eight). Sometimes, when you’re lucky, you get both at once (Phantom Thread, Boogie Nights). Anderson tends to cha…
 
In this episode of #TheNewAbnormal, I interview Sophy Roberts, journalist and author of 'The Lost Pianos of Siberia'. She focuses on travel stories in remote parts of the world, with a special interest in literature, history, culture and conversation. The ex-Travel Editor of The Economist and a Special Correspondent for Conde Nast Traveller, she sh…
 
(JOHANNESBURG) — A new coronavirus variant has been detected in South Africa that scientists say is a concern because of its high number of mutations and rapid spread among young people in Gauteng, the country's most populous province, Health Minister Joe Phaahla announced Thursday. The coronavirus evolves as it spreads and many new variants, inclu…
 
For many years, Americans have had a holiday right after Thanksgiving that prompted a lot of buying. It is called Christmas. But it was a whole month away, and allegedly predicated on some non-retail themed historical event, so unto us a new ritual was born, known as Black Friday. It too has history; it's the day when many retailers' accounts move …
 
For the first time in decades, we are in the midst of a bona-fide inflation scare. Recent numbers came in at 6.2%, the highest since 1990. With government spending in the trillions and economic activity surging as the pandemic wanes, much of the world is beset by high demand for goods that have created massive supply-chain bottlenecks, with not eno…
 
Many major global cities saw a significant decrease in competitiveness during the COVID-19 pandemic, as governments tightened border restrictions and imposed tough social distancing restrictions, according to the 2021 Global Power City Index (GPCI). It remains to be seen whether, in the post-pandemic world of work, these global hubs will retain the…
 
Martin Raymond is an author, journalist and co-founder of The Future Laboratory - one of the world's most renowned futures consultancies. Established in 2000, they've worked with more than 1000 businesses in 50 countries. In this episode, we discuss his thinking around a wide range of areas, including journalism being 'the last refuge of the desper…
 
Liberal Party Member for Dawson, George Christensen (pictured) made some outrageous comments in Federal Parliament about Covid-19 restrictions and so we can only imagine how he will react when Australia begins to feel the full force of climate change and the subsequent limitations it will bring to the lives of people here. The Wilderness Society of…
 
Sweden’s first female prime minister, Magdalena Andersson, got the worst possible start to her tenure when she was forced to resign only hours after her historic appointment. The resignation was triggered after a junior partner to Andersson’s Social Democrats left her government over the loss of next year’s budget vote.…
 
In this episode of #TheNewAbnormal I interview Carl Ratcliff, who's just set-up his new consultancy 'This is the Day'. Prior to that, he was Chief Strategy Officer at DDB Group Australia, whilst other previous roles included being CEO of One Green Bean in Sydney, CEO of Naked Communications and MD of BWM Dentsu in Melbourne. (Back in the day, he wa…
 
I had a few nicknames growing up; Flat Stanier after the book series Flat Stanley, which was shortened to Flat Stan, and eventually, just Stan. One of my best friends through high school and university was also a ‘Michael,’ and one of his early nicknames was Davros, a villain from Doctor Who, but in the end, Michael Bachelard just became Bach. Mich…
 
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