The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine
AI could possibly be one of the best tools for the mental health field. The merging of technology and therapy is exciting and getting proven results.. AI is no longer some strange science fiction concept, it is becoming a part of human existence. Dr. Gabriella Kellerman (@gabriellarosenkellerman) has dedicated her life to discovering the most impactful ways to empower and transform the condition of mental illness. Her passion for the science of thriving has led her to become the Chief Innovation Officer and Chief Product Officer at BetterUp Labs. Her new book Tomorrow Mind is all about thriving and training our minds to investigate and learn how we can improve our thought process, attitudes, and actions. Many advances have been made thanks to the technology advancements of AI. Utilizing this new era Dr. Gabriella Kellerman has dedicated her work in discovering research based inclusive methods that will support people in thriving in today's world. Inspired by her father's dedication to helping humanity with sustainable energy resources, Dr. Kellerman from a young age decided she wanted to also dedicate her life to a purpose that would serve humanity. “ We are trying to help people shift into a more proactive mindset, where it's not about any one challenge. It's about all of the challenges to come preparing to meet them with greater resilience, greater foresight, greater reserves of motivation. ” - Dr. Gabriella Rosen Kellerman Key Takeaways: PRISM: This acronym stands for Honing Prospection: the ability to think about the future (P), Resilience (R), Finding, Innovation, establishing Social supports (S), and meaning (M). Key Difference of a Coach vs. Therapist: Therapists can treat clinical conditions, get reimbursement from insurance, etc. Therapists do also see high functioning people for non clinical purposes without insurance reimbursement which can look a lot like coaching. Coaches do not do clinical work, they do not treat clinical conditions.They are wonderful resources for building personal and professional development skills. Toxic Positivity: Toxic positivity is sort of a shallow positivity, where people know that underlying it is not that depth of authentic, positive feeling. Chasing happiness as a goal or the ultimate state can be toxic because it can trap us in denying the value of the rainbow of emotional states. Living a positive life includes relationships, deep engagement with your work, a sense of achievement, a sense of meaning and purpose, these don't always come with positive emotions as relationships can be difficult. Optimistic Thinking: Our brains tend to lean toward pessimistic thoughts. Being aware of when we go into fear or reaction and looking at what thoughts come up is important. Catching negative thoughts regarding outcomes and countering them with possible positive results can help us stay in balance and be less reactive. Today's Sponsors Caldera + Lab! - As you age, you might notice more Fine Lines, Wrinkles and signs of Aging. It's time to take control of your skin with Caldera + Lab! Caldera + Lab creates high performance men's skincare products by combining pharmaceutical-grade science, along with nature's purest and most potent ingredients. Get 20% OFF with our code DIVINE at calderalab.com/DIVINE and take your skin care to the next level this summer with Caldera + Lab !" Mindbloom- Right now, Mindbloom is offering our listeners $100 off your first six session program when you sign up at Mindbloom.com/DIVINE and use promo code DIVINE. Take the first step and break free from your anxiety and depression with Mindbloom. Mindbloom.com/DIVINE and use promo code DIVINE Sanebox- Visit sanebox.com/Divine today to start your free trial and get a $25 credit. Promo code DIVINE
Welcome to StartUp Health NOW, the podcast where we celebrate the entrepreneurs and innovators who are transforming health. So when you go to the hospital for care, you accept that the outcome isn't completely under your or your doctor's control. Even with textbook healthcare, bad things can happen for a variety of reasons and your health can decline. Put another way, it's hard enough when good care results in a bad outcome. But what about when a preventable error occurs? It can seem incomprehensible, bewildering. This idea that mistakes can happen in the hospital – mistakes that can take an already tenuous situation and make it even worse – and yet to err is human and hospitals are full of humans, so mistakes happen. Thankfully, there are brilliant people out in the world working to reduce these preventable hospital errors in creative ways like our first guest on today's show: Fox Holt, CEO of Vigilant. This startup – which joined StartUp Health in 2022 – is digitizing medication tracking by doing away with handwritten medication notes. No more scribbling instructions on the side of an IV bag or, worse, on a syringe. With Vigilant's easy-to-launch system, nurses can immediately start labeling and tracking meds in automated ways. This ensures patients get the right dose every time and no preventable medication errors occur. As a bonus, hospitals reap the benefits of all that medication data on the back end, data they were missing with handwritten labels. Our second guest is also streamlining operations in the hospital, but with more of a mind towards provider satisfaction versus direct patient safety. Although it's easy to see where the two intersect downstream. Sanji Silva is the Chief Product Officer & Chief Technology Officer at Mocingbird, a startup upgrading and streamlining the provider credentialing process. If Mocingbird – which joined StartUp Health in 2020 – has their way, gone will be the days lost to credentialing paperwork and hospitals having to scramble to find qualified workers as these standards shift from state to state. It will all be one unified system that keeps providers up to date with continuing education and keeps hospitals fully staffed. It's not just about paperwork, as onerous credentialing processes lead to burnout which push providers out of the profession entirely, leading to poorer quality care due to fewer available physicians. Listen in to this week's podcast to hear these vastly different approaches with one goal: improving healthcare. Founders: Health Transformer University fuels your health moonshot Funders: Become a Health Moonshot Champion Want more content like this? You can subscribe to the podcast as well as other health innovation updates at startuphealth.com/content. Sign up for StartUp Health Insider™ to get funding insights, news, and special updates delivered to your inbox. Looking to break down health barriers? If you're an entrepreneur or investor, contact us to learn how you can join our Health Equity Moonshot. Passionate about Type 1 diabetes? If you're an entrepreneur or investor, contact us to learn how you can join our T1D Moonshot.
“It's super important not to define regenerative agriculture as this ultra-advanced way of doing agriculture— we define it more through the measures that are being applied rather than the state that a farmer is at." —Nina Mannheimer Industrial agriculture has been the backbone of food production for decades, but it is now being challenged by a new approach— regenerative agriculture. This method of farming has been gaining traction in recent years due to its potential for positive system change and its scientific foundation. It is also being supported by new agritech platforms that are making it easier to implement and track progress. Regenerative agriculture is not just about improving the environment, but also creating a sustainable business case for farmers. This became the mission of one company. By focusing on soil health and other elements of sustainability, regenerative agriculture can create a more resilient agricultural system that will benefit both people and the planet. This week, Justine sits with Nina Manheimer, a founding member of Klim Foods. Nina is a true champion for regenerative agriculture and her work at Klim Foods is a testament to her commitment to making a positive impact on our planet. As the Chief Product Officer and climate strategist, she is dedicated to the development of products that can help reduce environmental damage while also promoting climate-friendly agriculture. Nina understands that in order to make meaningful change, it is essential to communicate the importance of sustainable practices and educate consumers on the benefits they can bring. Join in as Justine and Nina talk about how we can scale regenerative agriculture and magnify its impact, why we should define “regenerative” through the systems applied instead of where the farmer is at, how regenerative agriculture provides the key to human health and environmental sustainability, how to navigate the rough terrains of starting your business, why human element is important in a world of tech, how to help both farmers and companies make a smooth transition towards a regenerative future, and much more! Meet Nina: Nina works as the Chief Product Officer and sustainability strategist at Klim Foods. She is dedicated to the development of products that make a difference and is passionate about networking with like-minded individuals working towards a better planet. LinkedIn Connect with Klim Foods: Website Instagram LinkedIn TikTok Connect with NextGen Purpose: Website Facebook Instagram LinkedIn YouTube Episode Highlights: 02:09 Defining Regenerative Agriculture 05:26 Soil Health— The Key to Environmental and Human Health 09:04 What to Expect When You Start Building a Business 14:48 Incorporating Tech 18:25 Short Term vs Long Term Rewards
Lenny's Podcast: Product | Growth | Career
Brought to you by Microsoft Clarity—See how people actually use your product | Eco—Your most rewarding app | LMNT—Zero-sugar hydration—Ayo Omojola is Chief Product Officer at Carbon Health, one of the fastest-growing and most innovative health tech companies in the world. Previously, he was a PM leader at Cash App, where he co-created the Cash Card and scaled it to a nine-figure revenue line for Square. He's also an angel investor in companies like Mercury, Modern Treasury, Faire, and many others. In this episode, we discuss:• How Cash App broke through the noise and became a consumer app success story• Why small teams are better than big ones• Hard-won lessons on team building and hiring• Why it's “criminal” not to connect people in your network to things that they need• Why you sometimes shouldn't listen to experts• The importance of first-principles thinking• Advice for health tech founders—Find the full transcript at: https://www.lennyspodcast.com/frameworks-for-product-differentiation-team-building-and-thinking-from-first-principles-ayo-omojola-carbon-health-cash-app/#transcript—Where to find Ayo Omojola:• Twitter: https://twitter.com/ay_o• LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/omojola/• Blog: https://kunle.app/—Where to find Lenny:• Newsletter: https://www.lennysnewsletter.com• Twitter: https://twitter.com/lennysan• LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lennyrachitsky/—In this episode, we cover:(00:00) Ayo's background(04:13) The story of how Ayo used Quora for discoverability (06:44) The scale of Cash App (07:37) What Cash App did well(10:12) Lessons from building consumer apps (13:08) Why it's so important to be different(14:08) What Ayo learned from how Square/Block operates(16:36) How to succeed at building a startup within a startup(19:06) How Ayo transitioned from fintech to health tech(22:51) Why Ayo loves hiring founders (28:32) Team-building strategies(32:12) The importance of going deep and challenging assumptions(36:58) Why you should always ask questions(38:45) Lessons in leadership(41:43) Advice for founders in the health-care space(44:48) What Carbon Health is(46:58) Lightning round—Referenced:• Ayo on Quora: https://www.quora.com/profile/Ayo-Omojola• Carbon Health: https://carbonhealth.com/• Cash App: https://cash.app/• Lob: https://www.lob.com/• Mailform: https://www.mailform.io/• Venmo: https://venmo.com/• PayPal: https://www.paypal.com/us/home• Apple Cash: https://www.apple.com/apple-cash/• Square: https://squareup.com/us/en/home/• Block: https://block.xyz/• Pinwheel: https://www.pinwheelapi.com/• The Three-Body Problem: https://www.amazon.com/Three-Body-Problem-Cixin-Liu/dp/0765382032• Children of Time: https://www.amazon.com/Children-of-Time• Children of Memory: https://www.amazon.com/Children-Memory-Adrian-Tchaikovsky/• Children of Ruin: https://www.amazon.com/Children-Ruin-Time-Adrian-Tchaikovsky/• Stormlight Archive: https://www.amazon.com/Stormlight-Archive-Boxed-Set-Books/• Fire in the Deep: https://www.amazon.com/Fire-Deep-Robert-J-Miller/• War of the Worlds on Amazon Prime: https://www.amazon.com/gp/video/detail/amzn1.dv.gti.49a287c2-44ed-4ffc-afa0-fab86dd0d31d• Succession on HBO Max: https://play.hbomax.com/player/urn:hbo:episode:GWukCJAu0e4uHwwEAAAB5• No Context Succession on Twitter: https://twitter.com/nocontextroyco—Production and marketing by https://penname.co/. For inquiries about sponsoring the podcast, email firstname.lastname@example.org.—Lenny may be an investor in the companies discussed. Get full access to Lenny's Newsletter at www.lennysnewsletter.com/subscribe
Ken Greene interviews Lynn Raynault, CEO of Questis, and John Tabb, Co-founder and Chief Product Officer. Questis helps employees improve their financial health through behavior-based goals and plans, utilizing a platform that combines technology and human guidance. The company works with employers to create incentives such as discounted health insurance premiums and offers a private social network for support. Questis encourages employees to focus on long-term happiness and align spending with values, using spending plans instead of traditional budgets. Who's the Guest? Lynn Raynault is a Growth leader for both B2B and B2C organizations. Over 25 years experience developing and executing strategies globally for luxury, not-for-profit, wealth management and consumer goods companies. She's passionate about building and growing both large and emerging businesses on an international scale in highly complex industries and markets. John Tabb co-founded Questis, a configurable financial wellness technology platform, that allows retirement advisors and financial service providers to easily deliver personalized financial wellness programs to their plan sponsors and participants. Founded by experienced financial advisory professionals, Questis pairs the power of software with the customization required to fuel behavior change. Links and Resources from this Episode DISCLAIMER For resources and additional information of this episode go to http://engineeroffinance.com Connect with Ken Greene http://engineeroffinance.com Office 775-624-8839 https://www.linkedin.com/in/ken-greene https://business.facebook.com/GreeneFinance Contact with Questis CEO, Lynn Raynault, and CPO & Co-founder, John Tabb www.questis.co email@example.com (855) 289-5833 Book a meeting with Ken If you liked what you've heard and would like a one-on-one meeting with the Engineer Of Finance click here Episode Highlights The truth about financial advisors being primarily investment advisors and not focusing as much on other aspects of finance, like budgeting and eliminating debt Questis provides tools and processes for people to become more financially healthy, including setting goals and creating new financial habits The wide variety of companies and employees that can benefit from Questis, both small and large organizations and employees from all walks of life What are the incentives used by companies to encourage employee participation in Questis programs The importance of understanding an individual's relationship with money and changing their mindset around it How Questis offers a holistic approach to financial wellness, providing support through certified coaches, tools, and a community of people going through similar financial situations The paycheck-to-paycheck phenomenon doesn't discriminate across income levels, and implementing healthy financial habits is crucial for everyone Questis helps people understand what truly makes them happy and review their spending habits, aligning their financial decisions with their values and happiness Rather than using the term "budgeting," Questis encourages "spending plans" to help people adjust their financial behaviors without the negative connotation of the term "budget." Review, Subscribe and Share If you like what you hear please leave a review by clicking here Make sure you're subscribed to the podcast so you get the latest episodes. Subscribe with Apple Podcasts Follow on Spotify Subscribe with Stitcher Subscribe with RSS
Welcome to the newest episode of The Cloud Pod podcast! Justin, Ryan, Jonathan, and Matthew are all here this week to discuss the latest news and announcements in the world of cloud and AI - including New Relic Grok, Athena Provisioned Capacity from AWS, and updates to the Azure Virtual Desktop. Titles we almost went with this week: None! This week's title was SO GOOD we didn't bother with any alternates. Sometimes it's just like that, you know? A big thanks to this week's sponsor: Foghorn Consulting, provides top-notch cloud and DevOps engineers to the world's most innovative companies. Initiatives stalled because you have trouble hiring? Foghorn can be burning down your DevOps and Cloud backlogs as soon as next week.
How are companies leveraging IoT to improve sustainability? Jeffrey Hausman, Chief Product Officer at Samsara, joins Ryan Chacon on the IoT For All Podcast to discuss leveraging IoT for a sustainable future. They cover the role of electric vehicles in creating a sustainable supply chain, ESG goals, the value of workplace safety, the challenges of implementing IoT for sustainability initiatives, and the technologies and trends that will be part of a sustainable future. Jeffrey Hausman leads Samsara's global product organization where he oversees the company's platform, product vision, and development activities to help customers improve the safety, efficiency, and sustainability of their physical operations. With over 25 years of experience, he brings a proven track record for scaling large and transformative software companies. Prior to Samsara, Jeffrey led ServiceNow's Operations Management Portfolio as Senior Vice President and General Manager. Previously, he held senior executive positions at McAfee, Symantec, Hewlett-Packard, and Veritas, and has served as a CEO and COO for privately held companies. Earlier in his career, Jeffrey worked as a consultant to Fortune 500 companies as part of Booz & Co. Jeffrey received his MBA at Dartmouth's Tuck School of Business and holds a bachelor's degree in math and economics from Claremont McKenna College. Samsara is the pioneer of the Connected Operations™ Cloud, which is a system of record that enables organizations that depend on physical operations to harness Internet of Things (IoT) data to develop actionable insights and improve their operations. Samsara operates in North America and Europe and serves tens of thousands of customers across a wide range of industries including transportation, wholesale and retail trade, construction, field services, logistics, utilities and energy, government, healthcare and education, manufacturing, and food and beverage. The company's mission is to increase the safety, efficiency, and sustainability of the operations that power the global economy. Discover more about sustainability and IoT at https://www.iotforall.com More about Samsara: https://www.samsara.com Connect with Jeffrey: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jehausman/ Key Questions and Topics from this Episode: (00:00) Welcome to the IoT For All Podcast (00:52) Introduction to Jeffrey and Samsara (04:14) How IoT is being used to improve sustainability (07:55) The role of EVs in a sustainable suppy chain (11:23) How does safety play a role in ESG goals? (13:50) The value of workplace safety (17:01) IoT challenges and advice for solving them (20:10) Technologies and trends to look out for (24:32) Learn more and follow up SUBSCRIBE TO THE CHANNEL: https://bit.ly/2NlcEwm Join Our Newsletter: https://www.iotforall.com/iot-newsletter Follow Us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/iotforall Check out the IoT For All Media Network: https://www.iotforall.com/podcast-overview
Aviv Leibovici is the co-founder and Chief Product Officer of Buildots, a construction tech company based in Tel Aviv with locations in the UK and US, as well. Buildots uses AI and powerful data systems to connect all of the aspects of construction projects, from the first day of design to the last day of construction, to bring accuracy to data analysis and keep everyone on the the same page through the construction process. Surprisingly, Aviv is relatively new to construction, but he knew through his research that there was a technology gap in the traditional construction process and understood that he and the other founders of Buildots could fill it. This week on Dirt Talk, host Aaron Witt is joined by Aviv Leibovici, who joined the pod from London. They discussed Aviv's entrance into the Dirt World, the similarities and differences between tech and construction companies, and the challenges of discussing tech with construction leaders who have had negative experiences with other new technologies. Thanks to Aviv and Buildots for coming on the podcast. To learn more about Buildots, check out buildots.com or follow them on IG at @buildots. If you have any questions or feedback, email the Dirt Talk crew at firstname.lastname@example.org. Stay Dirty!
Native Digital + Native Analog: Unlocking Gen Z
We wake up in a fast-paced world, and sometimes 24 hours isn't enough. But what if you could get back an extra hour each week? What would you do with it? I bet most of us will do what we love. Perhaps become a better spouse, parent, or friend. Or pursue bigger things and spend an hour less treated like a ticket. That's when the power of AI comes in. Today's episode is not a typical discussion about AI because our guest, Dan Turchin, CEO and Founder of PeopleReign, will tell us what the future could be with the help of AI. Meet the tech powerhouse and AI aficionado, Dan Turchin! As the CEO and Founder of PeopleReign, he's revolutionizing employee service automation with his leading AI platform. He's also a member of the Forbes Technology Council and the host of the wildly popular podcast show AI and the Future of Work. But wait, there's more! Before PeopleReign, he was at the helm of InsightFinder, the AIOps leader, and co-founded Astound, an AI-first enterprise platform for HR and IT. Oh, and did we mention he's served as Chief Product Officer at Fortinet and a Senior Director of Product Strategy at ServiceNow? This guy's tech cred is off the charts. But he's not just a tech genius, Dan's also an active angel investor and startup advisor with over 30 companies in his portfolio. He's passionate about building great teams and great products that solve hard problems and change lives. And when he's not crushing it in the tech world, he's likely cheering on youth soccer, indulging in some adventure sports, or reading Asimov and Dr. Seuss. Dan's got a BS and BA from Stanford University, so he's got the smarts to back up his incredible tech journey. A, for Augmented Not Artificial “If we could build like a great big digital brain that like personal concierge that would be awesome. You've got like your companion brain that gets smarter all the time and is just there to assist you, to make you like the best version...That's our vision for the future of work, for the future of humanity.” --- Dan Turchin Gen Z is known for being great consumers of new technologies, like AI and machine learning, without necessarily understanding how they work. Imagine walking into the office and the walls knowing who you are, making your job easier. The mundane tasks that create friction between employees and employers disappear, giving employees an hour back to do more of what they love. Dan Turchin emphasizes the end goal is to bring impact to the next billion employees and make work life more human. Transforming Life, Enhancing Capabilities Imagine being able to travel the world and understand every language without even speaking it. Sounds like science fiction, right? But with the rapid advancements in technology, it's becoming a reality. The only impediments to this technology were storage problems, bandwidth, and data training, but now those are rapidly being solved. Augmentation is a huge part of this... “There's amazing research in AI that's going into the augmentation of capabilities that we thought, we thought there was a limit to what we could do as humans, now we realize there's no limit and its augmented intelligence that's helping us realize that.” --- Dan Turchin Not only does it save time and accelerate outputs, but it also helps people with disabilities, too. Futuristic Perspectives Doing what you love is what makes you the best version of yourself. Dan delves
#plugintodevin - Your Mark on the World with Devin Thorpe
I'm not a financial advisor; nothing I write in Superpowers for Good should be considered investment advice. You should seek appropriate counsel before making investment decisions.Devin: What do you see as your superpower?Ben: I think a real superpower when you're creating as an entrepreneur is being able to look at things, recombine them and create something new. We oftentimes think of something new coming out of ex-nihilo, like out of nowhere, born out of the mind of Elon Musk or Steve Jobs. But I don't think that's actually true. I think you're usually better off being kind of a scavenger and taking the existing things that are around, like the JOBS Act and a bond marketplace and loans, and reconstituting them, refashioning them to create a new species of, in our case, a financial product that has new traits and has new capacities to do new things that it wasn't capable of before. So I'd say the ability to kind of recombine things and think creatively was helpful for me and my co-founders.Ben Lozano grew up working at his father's boutique financial accounting firm in Southern California, specializing in growth planning for small and medium-sized businesses. He helped many first and second-generation Hispanic Americans grow their businesses by providing accounting services and assisting in bank loan applications. That experience stayed with him.After earning a Ph.D. at UC Santa Cruz, coincidentally defending his dissertation as Bear Stearns failed, marking the beginning of the Great Recession. He stayed in academia for several years, focusing on fintech.AI Summary1. SMBX offers debt financing to small and medium businesses.2. SMBX connects businesses that would typically take out bank loans with people in their community who want to invest in them by lending money.3. SMBX's rates generally sit between 7-10% and are competitive.4. SMBX's mission is to enable people to decide, for themselves, what kind of world they want to create with their unused money and earn profits.5. Anyone can invest in a business for as little as $10 on SMBX's platform.6. SMBX's co-founder Ben Thurgood says they initially targeted businesses with a fanbase or high believability factor to create a diversified portfolio of small business bonds.7. Ben's superpowers are being stubborn and creating something new by recombining things.8. To become a successful entrepreneur, rely on what you know and take input from outside the field.9. SMBX allows people to invest directly in small businesses through bond offerings.10. Ben is available on LinkedIn and through email for discussions.Ben will speak at SuperCrowd23, which begins tomorrow. He'll join a panel discussion with twelve, yes, twelve crowdfunding CEOs! Superpowers for Good readers are entitled to a 50 percent discount. Register today!Watching the investment crowdfunding market closely as it began to unfold following the passage of the JOBS Act in 2012, he began to conceive a plan to create something novel in the space: small business bonds.It sounds easy and obvious now, but it took two years to convince regulators that what he and his co-founders envisioned would be legal under Regulation Crowdfunding.SMBX opened for business just weeks before the pandemic began. Challenges notwithstanding, the business is proving a real success.“We have had a lot of businesses who have refinanced out of existing borrowing relationships that they've had, and factoring has certainly been some of them,” Ben says. “I'd say credit cards have been a big one. But the overwhelming majority of businesses listing bonds on our marketplace would otherwise be taking out term bank loans.”The difference isn't so much a big financial arbitrage or better borrowing rates so much as the benefit that comes from having your community, including your customers, provide the financing. It strengthens the relationship.By way of example, Ben shared the story of a San Francisco-based wine shop that sells hoagies. Needing to raise capital for a second location, they issued a $250,000 bond on SMBX at 9.5% in recent weeks. It was substantially oversubscribed. Tampon Tribe, which will pitch at SuperCrowd23 this week, is raising $250,000 on SMBX, too. Owned by two women, Tampon Tribe is producing organic feminine hygiene products that are healthier for their customers.The SMBX business model is working well. Many investors are now returning to reinvest because of the economics. Ben calls them “return-focused investors.” He sees another group forming; he calls them “ethicists.”There is a certain type of business that stands for a certain type of product that we would not list on our marketplace. But you see businesses like Tampon Tribe that do stand for what we believe in, for healthy living, for high-quality products that add value to people's lives, that make them healthier, that are sustainable, that do good for the folks who are using the products. I would call those people ethicists, that type of investor investing in a world that they want to support with their unused money.In addition to being “stubborn”—let's call it tenacious—Ben has developed a unique ability to create recombinant products and ideas, drawing on ideas from disparate fields.How to Develop Recombinant Creation As a SuperpowerBen, with help from his co-founders, saw three disconnected ideas and combined them to create something new.In one corner of this triangle, they saw the JOBS Act created a new market for publicly selling securities in private companies. In the second corner, they saw a well-developed bond market for big companies. In a third, they saw conventional small business lending.By seeing the intersection of these three components, they created the recombinant small business bond marketplace.Ben offers two insights for developing this ability.“Rely on what you know, and then you want to take in some other input that is from outside that field,” he says. “Some of the greatest innovations in music that have been made from bringing something that really didn't belong within that musical genre into it. And boom, a new style of music was born.”So, he suggests “filling 20 or 30 percent of your brain inputs from things that don't belong in the field you're trying to operate in.”By following Ben's example and his advice, you can make recombinant creation a superpower that enables you to do more good in the world.Guest-Provided ProfileBenjamin Lozano (he/him):Co-Founder and CEO, SMBXAbout SMBX: SMBX is a financial marketplace that connects qualified small business owners with investors in their community and throughout the country. By issuing a Small Business Bond™, businesses can borrow money from investors at competitive rates, raising the funds needed to expand their business while increasing customer loyalty. The SMBX marketplace was inspired by the belief that there was a better way for small businesses to access the financing they need to succeed.Website: www.thesmbx.comTwitter Handle: @thesmbxCompany Facebook Page: fb.com/thesmbxInstagram Handle: instagram.com/thesmbx/Biographical Information: Benjamin Lozano is the Co-Founder and CEO of SMBX--the world's first Small Business Bond marketplace that links qualified small businesses with investors in their communities. He was a professor of finance at UC Santa Cruz and San Francisco State from 2009 to 2020. He built a fintech research program at UC Santa Cruz shortly after the 2008 financial crisis. He is the former Chief Product Officer for Robin Hood Minor Asset Management. He co-founded SMBX in February 2020.Linkedin: linkedin.com/in/benjamin-james-lozano-4789336a/ Get full access to Superpowers for Good at devinthorpe.substack.com/subscribe
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Your Shopify business is a journey. We help navigate and accelerate growth in the complex world of ecommerce.
On today's episode of the Shopify Ecommerce Podcast, I had the pleasure of interviewing Marcin Stoll, the Chief Product Officer at Tidio.We discuss how their platform helps businesses grow sales through excellent customer service. According to Marto, live chat is the most convenient way to communicate with customers and can often result in sales.Tidio's platform focuses on two main areas: providing excellent customer support and creating and leveraging sales opportunities—their product development centers on understanding visitors' intent and providing proactive communication. Tidio can give context for engagement and personalized experiences by tracking a visitor's journey on a website.But Tidio doesn't stop there. They also help businesses understand where their website traffic is coming from and recognize returning visitors. And while they use AI to automate some repetitive questions and improve response times, they emphasize the importance of maintaining a personalized customer experience.Discover valuable insights from the latest Shopify podcast to boost your store's profits and optimize revenue. Access the mentioned resources today and take your store's success to the next level.Reach out to us! We welcome any comments or questions you may have about our latest episode. Connect with us here or through our social media channels — your feedback is always welcome.TwitterLinkedInFacebookFor more ecommerce, marketing, and business knowledge, check out the eCommerce Fastlane Insights Blog for the most up-to-date strategies and tactics.TOPICS INCLUDE: Advertising, Affiliate Marketing, Amazon, Attribution, Automation, B2B, Brand, Customer Retention, Customer Support, Data + Analytics, Data Trust + Security, Dropshipping, Ecommerce SEO, Email Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Founder Stories, Influencer Marketing, Legal, Logistics, Shipping, Loyalty, Rewards, Retention Marketing, Marketing, Sales, Conversion, Money From Home, Operations, Payments, Finance, Tax, People, Personalization, Post Purchase Experience, Print On Demand, Product Development, Retail, Shopify POS, Reviews, Search, SMS Marketing, Social Commerce, Social Media, Live Shopping, Startup Ideas, Store Design, Mobile Apps, Sustainability, TikTok, Trends, Ultimate Guides, Web3, best Shopify apps, and more. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Being a female in a male dominant space may be rare, but Shannon O'Grady handles it like a boss because, as COO and Chief Product Officer at Gnarly Nutrition, she IS one of the bosses. As CPO, it is her science and research that are the brains behind every new product development at this company. When Shannon was just a teenager, she had to give up her early passion for running because of a genital heart defect. At the time, medicine didn't have the technology and procedures it does today, so she was essentially told to quit running and pursue something else. So, Shannon turned to her other passion - SCIENCE. This led her down years of academia, where she pursued and completed her Ph.D. in Nutritional Physiology. She always dreamed of working for a sports nutrition company and, after years of letter writing, and knocking on doors, she landed her dream gig at Gnarly. Admirably, Shannon later came back to endurance sports and became an avid and accomplished cyclist, triathlete, climber, trail runner…all the things! Today, she is most passionate about the sport and discipline of jiu-jitsu, where she is a brown belt. You'll hear a lot about how products are developed at Gnarly and how important it is to know and understand your body's needs in training and racing, but it is her advice and tips for success in life and business that I admire and appreciate most. https://gognarly.com/ "I Could Never Do That" Website - https://www.podpage.com/icouldneverdothat/ "I Could Never Do That" Instagram - @icouldneverdothat Theme Music: Your Love by Atch -License: Creative Commons License - Attribution 3.0 Unported (CC BY 3.0) Support the Podcast through BuyMeACoffee.com - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/CarrieBarrett
Ebay may be decades old, but the company is still trying to iterate as if it were a startup. "We're still a work in progress, there's still a lot more that we need to change," said Eddie Garcia, eBay's chief product officer. He joined the Modern Retail Podcast this week and spoke about his priorities, and the way the marketplace landscape has evolved. Garcia is an eBay boomerang. He first started working for the company in 2003 and then left in 2014 to work at other companies like Sam's Club and Facebook. He returned a year ago to lead product, and says the focus has been on growing the platform while also maintaining a sense of community. "There still is that fundamental essence of the community experience, and that small business, or that individual connecting with another," Garcia said. Making that work across categories is also difficult. Ebay is a marketplace many people know -- but the company is trying to tailor specific areas for certain types of products. It's a difficult tightrope, Garcia said, making a platform that's both recognizable but able to offer certain features to certain types of sellers. "It's a balance," he said. "You don't want to dramatically change the experience because that can become disorienting to the shopper." There are a lot of updates on the roadmap, he said, but the focus is specifically on user experience. "We got to do more," said Garcia. "We're really proud of our progress at taking friction out of the experience for sellers and buyers, helping make search better -- creating a greater sense of trust on the platform."
Listen to this special episode where we talk with Telarus Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer, Patrick Oborn. We talk about his winding path to founding Telarus, then get into key strategies he has seen partners embody that truly 3x, 4x, or even 10x their sales and their business. You won't want to miss the first of many sales tips and strategies! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HxaNwkEOfD0 Josh Lupresto (00:01): Welcome to the podcast that is designed to fuel your success in selling technology solutions. I'm your host, Josh Lupresto, SVP of Sales Engineering at Telarus. And this is Next Level BizTech. Hey everybody, welcome. We are back here with a special episode with a special guest, longtime listener, first time caller, really important person, Chief Product Officer and co-founder of Telarus, Patrick Oborn. PKO, welcome. Patrick Oborn (00:31): Thank you so much for having me, Josh. I, like you said, longtime listener, love, love this podcast. It's amongst one of my favorites. I'm not saying that just because you're here right now, but cuz it's a little truth. You, you do a very good job of bringing on people that can, that can deliver information that helps people's businesses. So, congratulations on a very successful podcast, my friend, season two, I believe, um, pushing season three here, real close and, uh, too many more successful seasons. I think if you continue to do the job you're doing, you're not only gonna keep growing this thing in terms of, of quality of content, but in terms of audience and everything else. So I'm starstruck to be here with you and thanks for having me, Josh. Josh Lupresto (01:08): Love it, man. Uh, thanks for giving me a job. This is gonna be fun. Patrick Oborn (01:12): , uh, you kind of deserve it. Josh Lupresto (01:15): All right, we're talking special episode here. Uh, you know, we usually have these three part tracks where we talk about, uh, you know, perspective on the technology a supplier, and then really get the partners purview on it. Today we're talking about how to 10 x sales. Um, we get a lot of these questions from partners, A lot of tips, a lot of tricks. I feel like we could pack this into 50 episodes, right? And who knows, we might. Uh, but today we're gonna boil it down from your perspective. We're gonna run through some of the normal stuff, but then we're gonna spice it up with, with some of your input, which I'd love, cuz you've got so much passion and energy and good stuff to share in this. So, as we always do, when we kick these off, let's talk about your background, your path to starting to Telarus. And I want to hear anything good and anything bad, and anything I don't already know. Patrick Oborn (01:59): Fantastic. Well, when I was growing up as a teenager, my dad owned his own business. He was a part of a three-way partnership. It was called OTA Physical Therapy, obo, TrackMan Aston. They had 15 locations across Southern California and they had a really, really nice business. Um, he later on in, in development of the business, he kind of got out of sorts with, uh, his partners and stuff, and basically was telling, telling me, Patrick, whatever you do, don't start your own company. It's a pain, it's a hassle. There's stress. The employees are always the first to get paid. The business owner's always the last to get paid. There's risk and, and you know, God forbid something doesn't go right with your partners, it's a, it's a total train wreck. So just go to college, get a good job, save up for retirement, live a good life. Patrick Oborn (02:41): That was his advice to me. So I I, I did that thing. I, I went to college. I studied, I was a math and engineer geek. Um, I had, I had interned a few summers in my dad's physical therapy offices. So when I went to college, I kind of thought I was going pre-med or something like that cuz both my parents are physical therapist. Um,
*This episode is in partnership with Medik8*In this episode I welcome back Daniel Isaacs, the brilliant Chief Product Officer and Director of Research at Medik8.Daniel knows SO much about skincare and always gives the very best advice. I love the fact that he and his team at Medik8 take ingredients and really innovate and push boundaries with them, resulting in products that perform at an exceptional level.During the episode we chat all things Retinal and discuss the incredible work that has gone into their new eye cream. We also chat about skincare routines, ingredients that really work and why Dan believes that Vitamin C, SPF and Vitamin A are the perfect combination. (Oh and a good PHA can also work wonders).I learnt so much from Dan during the interview and as ever he got me really excited the science of skincare and my own routine. If you're into skincare and want to feel inspired then I know that you'll love this episode.
On today's show we're back on the floor of Unleash America in Las Vegas. We're talking to HCA Healthcare's Davita Carpenter (VP HR) as she tries not to feel overwhelmed by tech. Then we meet Meg Bear, SAP Success Factors' President and Chief Product Officer. She underlines the need for organisations to be able to 'unlearn'. If you're in Rio for WebSummit let David know - he's on LinkedIn so connect. We'd love to meet you!
Today, Phil talks with Russ Morton, Mary Ginder and Tracy Frey to discuss Constant Contact's AI Content Generator and how this technology can be used for food and grocery retailers to automate the copy drafting process for email, text and social media marketing campaigns. Russ Morton, Chief Product Officer at Constant Contact - As chief product officer, Russ Morton leads Constant Contact's product roadmap and user experience initiatives, leveraging new and innovative technologies to build the marketing tools of the future for small businesses and nonprofits.Mary Ginder, Owner of Gindo's Spice of Life - Mary and Chris Ginder co-own Gindo's Spice of Life, a small business based in St. Charles, Ill. that produces handcrafted hot sauces and spice blends.Tracy Frey, Market Manager at Williamsburg Farmers Market - As Market Manager, Tracy oversees all the planning and operations for the Williamsburg Farmers Market, which operates 44 weeks a year on Saturday mornings.
Join us for an electrifying fireside chat with Oji Udezue, the Chief Product Officer at Typeform, as he shares insider insights on what it takes to excel in the world of product management. Hosted by the Founder & CEO of Product School, Carlos Gonzalez de Villaumbrosia, this is a conversation you won't want to miss. Discover how Oji's unique experiences shaped his product management philosophy and learn the secrets to his success. Whether you're a seasoned professional or just starting your career, this episode is a valuable resource for anyone looking to achieve greatness in the world of product management. Get the FREE Product Book and check out our curated list of Product Management resources here.
ندا گلشن، مدیر اسبق محصول دیجیکالا که بعد از از اینکه پروداکت دیجیکالا رو به یکی از پربازدیدترین وبسایت و اپلیکیشنهای ایکامرس خاورمیانه تبدیل کرده، حالا استارتاپ جدید خودش رو شروع کرده. توی این قسمت از فراز و نشیبهای کار توی شرکت بزرگ و سپس دوباره از صفر شروع کردن ندا روی استارتاپ خودش حرف زدیمJoin me as we explore the world of product design and management with Neda Golshan.As a former Chief Product Officer at Digikala and current founder of Livuvo, Neda has a wealth of insights and experiences to share. An accomplished product leader with over 12 years of experience. Neda has crafted impactful technology solutions that make a real difference in people's lives, including scaling the largest e-commerce platform in the MENA region to over 30 million monthly active users, driving 10x business growth, and earning the platform a 130th global ranking and 2nd in the country by Alexa. Neda GolshanLinkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/nedagolshan/Tabaghe 16----------Castbox https://castbox.fm/channel/id3083907Spotify https://spoti.fi/2CiyRoHTwitter https://twitter.com/soh3ilInstagram https://www.instagram.com/tabaghe16/Everywhere else https://redl.ink/tabaghe16/links#پادکست #طبقه۱۶ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
HealthcareNOW Radio - Insights and Discussion on Healthcare, Healthcare Information Technology and More
Host Dr. Jay Anders talks to guests at HIMSS23 in Chicago. 1. Amy Gleason, Chief Product Officer at Russell Street Ventures, US Digital Service 2. William J. Hayes, MD, MBA, Chief Medical Officer, CPSI 3. Paula Braun, Entrepreneur in Residence at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Find all of our network podcasts on your favorite podcast platforms and be sure to subscribe and like us. Learn more at www.healthcarenowradio.com/listen/
Data-driven decision-making is the law of the land in freight and logistics. Shippers always know their costs, transit times, and tradeoffs. But as we enter another variable into the equation, how can freight buyers and sellers have confidence in measuring their carbon footprint? And once it's known, how can it be managed and operationalized? Today's guest knows the answers and is a supply chain sustainability leader. Priya Rajagopalan, Chief Product Officer at FourKites and Board Member of Brambles, joins the show to discuss the latest sustainability product announcements from FourKites. Tyler and Priya discuss the value of programs like EPA SmartWay and the benefits of enhanced carbon accounting utilizing primary data. Their conversation also touches on the importance of software solutions to serve up sustainability metrics alongside traditional KPIs to facilitate transactional decision-making for shippers. FourKites is a Chicago-based technology company providing real-time, end-to-end supply chain visibility solutions that maximize agility, efficiency and collaboration across the entire logistics industry. https://www.fourkites.com Priya LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rajagopalanpriya/Follow the Net-Zero Carbon PodcastOther FreightWaves Shows
Todd Koca Founder, President and CEO of CrownSource, and Tyler Harden, Chief Product Officer of TTN Fleet Solutions, join us to highlight ways fleets can save through maintenance and exclusive cost savings programs. They are joined by FreightWaves Enterprise Trucking Carrier Expert, Thomas Wasson. Follow FreightWaves PodcastsJoin the Small Fleet & Owner Operator Summit
In this episode of Product Thinking, Melissa Perri talks with Yasi Baiani, Senior Vice President of Product and Marketing at Cleo. They explore product management in some non-traditional senses, as well as how to set up a winning structure for your product teams and what good product leadership looks like. Yasi Baiani is a highly accomplished executive in product and strategy, startup advising, and investing, boasting a proven track record of delivering state-of-the-art products that are widely adopted by millions of people and defining new categories and markets. Under her expert leadership and strategic guidance, Cleo successfully launched two new product lines, Teens and Eldercare, which unlocked a market opportunity worth over $270 billion. In addition to her role at Cleo, Yasi is a Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer at Raya Capital, where she advises founders and CEOs on business and product strategy and invests in technology and health tech companies. Furthermore, Yasi is an investor through FlyBridge HBS Alumni Fund and a Global Leadership Advisor at How Women Lead. Her impressive achievements have earned her recognition as one of The 27 Most Impressive Harvard MBAs by Business Insider, and she has been acknowledged three times as a LinkedIn Top Voice in technology and digital health.
On this episode, we are joined by Bri Skiffington, Chief Product Officer, & Andrew Palosi, CEO from Ad Leverage & Data Cube. The three of them discuss PPC, AI, ChatGPT, and return on ad spend. Bri & Andrew also talk about what Ad Leverage and Data Cube do, and how. Eric and Andrew discuss results and Red Robin, and the importance of being intentional and consistent. To wrap-up, Andrew and Bri talk about how a business owner can stand out amongst the advancement of AI.
In this episode, we sit down with Mike Brevoort, the Chief Product Officer of Gitpod, a platform that's changing the game for developers by providing server-side development environments, seamless integration with popular repositories, and powerful collaboration tools. Mike shares his journey with Gitpod, the inspiration behind the platform, and a glimpse into the future of development environments.Show Notes:00:00 - Introduction to Mike Brevoort, CPO of Gitpod01:30 - Mike's background and journey with Gitpod03:15 - The inspiration behind Gitpod and its mission to revolutionize development environments05:45 - Gitpod's seamless integration with GitHub, GitLab, and Bitbucket08:00 - The benefits of Dev-environment-as-code, prebuilds, and Theia IDE11:15 - Gitpod's powerful collaboration tools and sharing dev environment snapshots14:30 - Ephemeral dev environments and their impact on development teams17:00 - Security and data privacy in modern development environments with Gitpod20:15 - The future of development environments and Gitpod's role in shaping it22:45 - Q&A with the audience25:00 - Closing thoughts and how to get started with GitpodMike Brevoort's insights into the world of server-side development environments and Gitpod's unique features offer valuable perspectives for developers and teams looking to streamline their workflow and boost productivity. By leveraging Gitpod's innovative platform, development teams can harness the power of ephemeral dev environments, secure their code, and collaborate more effectively than ever before. Don't miss this exciting episode and the chance to learn from one of the industry's most visionary leaders.
We all have passions and desires in life by how can we use our individual passions and channel this into creating products that customers love? In this week's podcast we speak with Manon Dave, Chief Product Officer to get our creative juices flowing in product management. Featured Links: Follow Manon on LinkedIn and Twitter | Manon's website | Manon's 'Keeping product creative, innovative... and fun!' talk at #mtpcon London 2022We'd love to hear your feedback on how we can improve The Product Experience podcast. Let us know your thoughts by filling out this quick form!
In an unstable world, communities of belonging are more important than ever. That's why people are using technology to build new digital identities. The question is: Will brands find success online by treating people as customers, or as part of the brand? In this episode, we explore why companies should take a community-first approach to things like content, experiences, data and identity. We'll speak with Tom Verrilli, Chief Product Officer at Twitch, an interactive livestreaming platform; Katie Burke, Global Thought Leadership Lead at Accenture Song; and Karyl Fowler, C.E.O. and Co-Founder of Transmute, a company empowering enterprises across industries with authentic data and traceable insights.
Zenith All Natural Fat Burning Supplement Buy Zenith here Awakendnation.com/integrativematt Extra Zenith information: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=igEyMcaCZDw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FSSZ-USzz3k https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y9mkWri8TAw Magnesium Breakthrough Use Code : integrativethoughts10 for 10% OFF https://bioptimizers.com/shop/products/magnesium-breakthrough Just Thrive: Use Code ITP15 for 15% off https://justthrivehealth.com/discount/ITP15 Therasage: Use Code Coffman10 for 10% off https://www.therasage.com/discount/COFFMAN10?rfsn=6763480.4aed7f&utm_source=refersion&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=6763480.4aed7f Nootopia: Use Code IntegrativeThoughts10 for 10% OFF https://nootopia.com/ Integrative Thoughts Instagram: @integrativematt Website: Integrativethoughts.com Guest: Mark Effinger From building a radio at 5 years old to building a Helium-Neon Laser from scratch before he turned 10– science, chemistry, and physics have always been a passion for Mr. Noots. He dove deep into brain-enhancing supplements and has created the most effective brain and mood-enhancing formulas ever created. He is now the Chief Product Officer for Nootopia and devoted to optimizing brains and minds around the world.
Recruiting Future with Matt Alder
The public launch of ChatGPT continues to drive enormous levels of hype about the impact of AI on life, the universe and everything. So what are the implications of generative AI on talent acquisition, how will it shape the development of recruiting technology, and what will candidates think of the changing balance between humans and machines in recruiting? My guest this week is the perfect person to give us some answers. Adam Godson is Chief Product Officer at Paradox, and his unique combination of experience in the industry means he has a deep understanding of the potential of AI and the likely future direction of talent acquisition. In the interview, we discuss: The current state of the market The difference between Generative AI and Conversational AI What changes will generative AI drive in recruiting technology? Why is there a rush of Large Language Models coming to the market at the same time? Decisions, Communication, and Automation Enriching interactive conversations Time reduction What is the art of the possible with personalization? The implications of "quick apply" on employer brand communication Polarising messages Calibration by the candidate reaction to AI What will the next two years look like, and where is technology heading next Listen to this episode in Apple Podcasts.
Lenny's Podcast: Product | Growth | Career
Brought to you by Miro—A collaborative visual platform where your best work comes to life | Braintrust—For when you needed talent, yesterday | Linear—The new standard for modern software development—Varun Parmar is the Chief Product Officer of Miro and has over two decades of experience in the tech industry. Prior to joining Miro, Varun held executive positions as Chief Product Officer at Box and Syncplicity (acquired by Dell EMC) and spent six years in product management at Adobe. He also co-founded Doculus, which was later acquired by Box. In today's episode, we discuss:• The importance of empathy and how to foster it• The “AMPED” structure for cross-functional product teams• How to move fast and stay ahead of the competition• Powerful product and design rituals• How Miro acquired their first 1,000 users• How Miro successfully added a sales motion—Find the full transcript at: https://www.lennyspodcast.com/an-inside-look-at-how-miro-builds-product-lessons-on-outmaneuvering-competitors-team-structure-product-quality-and-moving-fast-varun-parmar-cpo-of-miro/#transcript—Where to find Varun Parmar:• Twitter: https://twitter.com/vparmar230• LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/vparmar/—Where to find Lenny:• Newsletter: https://www.lennysnewsletter.com• Twitter: https://twitter.com/lennysan• LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lennyrachitsky/—In this episode, we cover:(00:00) Varun's background(04:08) How Miro operates as a cross-cultural product team(07:22) How applying empathy helped Miro build Miro Talktrack(11:51) What makes Miro stand out(17:08) Miro's AMPED structure(22:57) The benefit of having product marketing as a part of the cross-functional team(25:24) How competition affects growth and product strategy(31:43) Why speed is so important and how to improve it(34:21) How Miro ensures that their products meet quality standards(37:19) How to remove blockers(47:22) Miro's product development process(53:34) How OKRs work at Miro(55:55) The product stack at Miro(1:01:20) Big bets vs. maintenance and bug fixes at Miro(1:03:44) The “three horizons” framework(1:04:30) The importance of accountability(1:10:46) How Miro got their first 1,000 users(1:12:33) Other growth levers at Miro(1:15:53) Adding a sales motion(1:18:08) Miro AI, and new updates and enhancements coming soon(1:20:12) Lightning round—Referenced:• Miro: https://miro.com/• Miro Talktrack: https://help.miro.com/hc/en-us/articles/7825622973330-Miro-Talktrack-board-recordings-BETA-• The design sprint: https://www.thesprintbook.com/the-design-sprint• Jake Knapp on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jake-knapp/• Miroverse: https://miro.com/miroverse/• Amp It Up: Leading for Hypergrowth by Raising Expectations, Increasing Urgency, and Elevating Intensity: https://www.amazon.com/Amp-Unlocking-Hypergrowth-Expectations-Intensity/dp/1119836115• Reinforcement learning: https://towardsdatascience.com/reinforcement-learning-101-e24b50e1d292• Jira: https://www.atlassian.com/software/jira• Confluence: https://www.atlassian.com/software/confluence• Coda: https://coda.io/• Looker: https://www.looker.com/google-cloud/• Productboard: https://www.productboard.com/• Three horizons framework: https://www.mckinsey.com/capabilities/strategy-and-corporate-finance/our-insights/enduring-ideas-the-three-horizons-of-growth• Capterra: https://www.capterra.com/• Elena Verna on Lenny's Podcast: https://www.lennyspodcast.com/elena-verna-on-how-b2b-growth-is-changing-product-led-growth-product-led-sales-why-you-should-go-freemium-not-trial-what-features-to-make-free-and-much-more/• Barbra Gago on Lenny's Podcast: https://www.lennyspodcast.com/category-creation-and-brand-building-barbra-gago-pando-miro-greenhouse-culture-amp/• FIFA World Cup template: https://miro.com/miroverse/fifa-world-cup-2022-editable-bracket-diagrams/• When Breath Becomes Air: https://www.amazon.com/When-Breath-Becomes-Paul-Kalanithi/dp/081298840X/• Hit Refresh: The Quest to Rediscover Microsoft's Soul and Imagine a Better Future for Everyone: https://www.amazon.com/Hit-Refresh-Rediscover-Microsofts-Everyone/dp/0062652508/• Ted Lasso on AppleTV+: https://tv.apple.com/us/show/ted-lasso/—Production and marketing by https://penname.co/. For inquiries about sponsoring the podcast, email email@example.com. Get full access to Lenny's Newsletter at www.lennysnewsletter.com/subscribe
Expereo's Chief Product Officer, Sander Barens, explains why enterprises need to change the way they work to stay competitive. But migrating from legacy networks to more dynamic and scalable internet WAN connectivity can be complex. Can the right partnerships help deliver a comprehensive connectivity and security solution? In this Executives at the Edge episode, host... Read More The post Internet-based Networks: Going the Extra Mile appeared first on MEF.
Real Tech Talk with Eric Brody
NYC Developer and PropTech Investor, Eric Brody, sits down with Venn's Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer, Chen Avni. Venn's Resident Experience OS gives you the data, tools and expertise to transform your resident journey and business. The Venn platform works with your existing portfolio of buildings and residents, providing tech-driven tools and on-the-ground support to maximize your asset value. Is this how to evolve the renter experience? Tune in and find out! Where to find Chen & Venn: LI: https://www.linkedin.com/company/venn-city/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/venn.city/ LI: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chen-avni-050213151/ Where to find Real Tech Talk: IG: https://www.instagram.com/realtechtalk/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/realtechtalk TW: https://twitter.com/realtechtalkpod Where to find Eric Brody: IG: https://www.instagram.com/e_brody/ LI: linkedin.com/in/ericbrody1/ Interested in becoming a sponsor? Being a guest? Joining the investment fund? Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org About Real Tech Talk: Leading developer, investor and native New Yorker, Eric Brody, bridges the gap between technologists and PropTech by having no nonsense, frank conversations with the minds behind some of the hottest new PropTech innovations. As someone with skin in the game on both sides of the deal, Brody invites the folks behind technologies he genuinely finds interesting to come present their product. The question is - do these new players actually make an impact in the real world of construction? Someone needs to bring the big ideas down to the ground level and determine how they will actually change the experience, if at all. Having raised over $2 million and counting for a PropTech investment fund himself, Eric Brody is tapped into this burgeoning scene with a unique, necessary perspective.
Miguel Armaza sits down with Nilan Peiris, Chief Product Officer at Wise (WISE.L), a global fintech that helps clients move money around the world. Founded in 2011 by Kristo Käärmann and Taavet Hinrikus, Wise went public on the London Stock Exchange in 2021 and has a current market cap of £6 billion, has served 16 million people and businesses, and processes £9 billion in monthly cross-border transactions across 170 countries in 50 currencies.We discuss:Building through a mission-driven approach and why it's crucial for companies to have very clear missionsHow Wise turned a consumer product into a B2B offering and an infrastructure business, essentially building three companies inside a single firm.Building customer trust through transparency and how this can lead to high customer satisfaction and strong referralsTurning regulatory challenges into opportunities… and a lot more!Want more podcast episodes? Join me and follow Fintech Leaders today on Apple, Spotify, or your favorite podcast app for weekly conversations with today's global leaders that will dominate the 21st century in fintech, business, and beyond.Do you prefer a written summary, instead? Check out the Fintech Leaders newsletter and join 53,000+ readers and listeners worldwide!Miguel Armaza is Co-Founder & Managing General Partner of Gilgamesh Ventures, a seed-stage investment fund focused on fintech in the Americas. He also hosts and writes the Fintech Leaders podcast and newsletter.Miguel on LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/3nKha4ZMiguel on Twitter: https://bit.ly/2Jb5oBcFintech Leaders Newsletter: bit.ly/3jWIpqp
Is this really the 'death of passwords'?
Artem Koren, co-founder and Chief Product Officer at Sembly AI, started the company in January 2019 to bring the power of AI to online meetings. Artem and his team developed an app that listens in on virtual meetings and does all the note-taking for you including recommending action items and suggesting the most important topics. These are hard AI problems to solve and Sembly's success is an indication they're off to a great start.Before Sembly, Artem was an executive and co-founder at companies including Neusana and Visual Trading Systems and he spent time as a manager in big company land at Ernst & Young.Listen and learn...Why Artem and his co-founder decided to fix the problem of broken meetings Why the evolution of online meetings… is like the evolution of airplanes Why we'll soon send AI agents to attend meetings on our behalf When meetings are required… and how to make them more efficient How neural nets are solving traditional voice transcription problems related to accents and background noise How to solve the problem of automatically determining who said what in a conversation How Sembly uses generative AI to summarize meetings What are the risks of having AI decide what tasks to assign to meeting participants How to prevent sensitive information from being passed to large language models as training data References in this episode... Safety and ethics are being compromised in the rush to get new generative AI products to marketKrish Ramineni from Fireflies on AI and the Future of WorkRich White from Fathom on AI and the Future of WorkSembly AI
“Alianza has basically removed all the complexity of enabling our service providers to deliver PSTN and PBX capabilities into Teams,” says Dag Peak, Chief Product Officer for Alianza. In this podcast, Dag discusses how the Alianza approach is different and the critical role of automation within the Alianza process. Alianza solves a lot of issues, provides functionality, and gives SPs an accelerated time to revenue with Teams customers. We also hear the case when the Alianza approach is better than simply buying a plan from Microsoft. Visit www.alianza.com
Gretchen Rodriguez, Chief Product Officer at Crediverso is an Entrepreneurial-minded Product Leader with experience designing and launching global financial and non-financial products in multiple areas such as Fintech, e-commerce, Cybersecurity, Identity & Trust. She is a Computer Science Engineer and has developed her professional career in areas like Product development, Business growth, and Tech Consulting. She is building a one-stop financial solution for Hispanics in the US and has previously worked for other big companies like eBay and Santander Bank.
The Professional Services Pursuit
Our hosts come together again for the final session in our 4-part Linkedin Live series to talk with Kantata's Chief Product Officer, Jared Haleck. In this episode they dive into the importance of employee experience, how technology plays into that, and how the creation and adoption of technology is shifting to be more vertical specific.Other Topics covered in this episode include:Why ROI is no longer the number 1 reason to buy technologyOptimizing user experience to match generational expectationsHow to make the right technology investments for your specific industryThe shift to vertical SaaSService Performance Insight ROI data regarding the value of purpose-built solutions The importance of a phased approach when implementing new technologiesApproaching Ai as a solution instead of a problem
From sick to superhuman? Join Dr. Jeffrey Gladden and Mark Noots in this episode of the Gladden Longevity Podcast. Mark Effinger, also known as Mr. Noots, has had a lifelong passion for neuroscience. Tragedy struck when he faced a health crisis and lost his wife to a painkiller overdose. Determined to make a difference, he founded Nootopia and now serves as the company's Chief Product Officer. With the help of the dedicated team at BiOptimizers and Nootopia, Mark is on a mission to create high-performance, experiential nutritional supplements that can reverse the effects of addiction and disease. Through his tireless efforts, Mark hopes to address these human conditions as effectively and healthily as possible, and he is committed to positively impacting the world and improving the lives of others. This episode discusses sleep, biochemistry and brain optimization, cognitive performance, and Nootropics. They also delve deeper into why longevity without health is folly, about why amplifying cognitive function and state optimization is the key to effective longevity, health, and happiness, and how sleep is the world's most powerful stimulant. Listen to find out more. Listen to this episode to learn about making 100 the new 30, and living beyond 120! Dr. Gladden welcomes everyone to the Age Hackers Podcast powered by Gladden Longevity. (0:40) Mark shares his history and what he did in the past, including bodybuilding and mountain climbing. (2:37) Mark explains how he was diagnosed with hypothyroid dysfunction. (3:47) Dr. Gladden notes that Mark had a lot of detox issues. (5:44) Mark gives an example of diffusing the room, bringing humor in, and signing a deal. (7:12) Mark speaks about his experience of creating brainstorming and innovation software. (9:43) Dr. Gladden points out that exercise is another strong nootropic. (11:44) Mark says that his currency is the ability to think through big problems. (14:25) Mark discloses that PQQ was one of his early favorites in increasing ATP. (19:42) Mark states that the brain shrinks a bit during the sleep cycle. (21:00) Dr. Gladden notes that optimal performance is not just about cognitive ability but the ability to go into a state. (29:27) Mark adds that we play our best in a flow state. (35:56) Mark implies that people are not just interested in cognitive performance but in having joy in what they are doing. (38:26) Dr. Gladden notes that not everything works for everybody, and some things work better for some than for others. (47:08) Mark explains how they use a free app to get and process data. (49:08) Dr. Gladden asks Mark to share how he administers his solution to people. (53:21) Dr. Gladden says it is unusual for nootropics companies to focus on areas that Mark focuses on. (57:03) Mark mentions some of the things he took before coming on the show. (1:00:27) Dr. Gladden emphasizes that society has normalized aging and decline (1:03:15) Dr. Gladden says reframing the question is one thing that he thinks should be considered and looked into in the longevity space. (1:05:27) Dr. Gladden expands on longevity as an abstract term. (1:07:11) Dr. Gladden talks about longevity as an exponential response to an exponential problem. (1:09:01) Mark speaks on the importance of ensuring you have a big purpose. (1:12:33) Mark mentions that his goal is to make a monumental impact on every life he touches. (1:14:25) Steve thanks listeners for listening to this episode. Visit our website, www.gladdenlongevitypodcast.com, for more information on this episode and other episodes as well. Click on the link to let us know what you'd like us to talk about on the podcast too! Follow us on social media! Instagram: @gladdenlongevity Twitter: @gladdenlongevit Facebook: @GladdenLongevity LinkedIn: @GladdenLongevity For more information on our practice or how to become a client, visit: www.gladdenlongevity.com Call us: 972-310-8916 Or email us: email@example.com To learn more about Mark (Mr. Noots) and Nootopia, check out the following: Website: www.nootopia.com Instagram: @nootopiabrain Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/markeffinger/ Discount code: Gladden10 (get a 10% discount from your purchase at nootopia.com/gladden)
John recieved a call from a former coworker who knew his strengths would break molds at a new position for Planet Labs. Now at LiveEO, John applies his expertise as its Chief Product Officer. This episode showcases John's accumulation of knowledge since before his career, having grown up “in an environment surrounded by tech.” He continued to drive innovation everywhere he went, from spearheading email efforts in the US house of representatives at the start of his career, to running the global partner ecosystem at Planet before joining LiveEO. He adresses the myriad use cases for satellite data & how he came to learn of them, sheds light on what LiveEO is doing & how it's changing the game, and explains that no one has to be an expert in space to harness the value of satellites. Follow John: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jatkinson/ Follow NewSpaceVision: https://de.linkedin.com/company/newspacevision https://twitter.com/newspacevision https://www.instagram.com/newspacevision/ https://www.facebook.com/newspacevision/ https://www.meetup.com/de-DE/newspace/ This podcast was sponsored by LiveEO. For more information on how Earth observation can help your company, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Die Flowgrade Show mit Max Gotzler
In dieser fesselnden Folge der Flowgrade Show erkunden wir die faszinierende Schnittmenge von künstlicher Intelligenz, Biohacking und exponentiellem Unternehmertum mit meinem Gast Dominic Bönisch. Als Unternehmer, Investor und exponentieller Business-Coach hat sich Dominic Bönisch der Aufgabe verschrieben, Einzelpersonen und Kollektiven dabei zu helfen, effektiver mit neuen Technologien zusammenzuarbeiten. Dazu ist der der Chief Product Officer von Quest Vitality (dem Unternehmen meines mehrfachen Podcast-Gastes und FlowFest-Sprechers Dr. Lutz Graumann) sowie Investor in innovativen KI- und Web3-Projekten. Wer nach der Episode noch mehr Lust auf die Inhalte von Dominic hat, der dar sich auf sein bald erscheinendes Buch "The Human Advantage: How to Thrive in a World of Intelligent Machines" freuen und sich am besten jetzt schon in seinen sehr inspirierenden FYFY (For Your Future You) Newsletter eintragen. Hier ist der Link zu Dominics FYFY Newsletter: https://sendfox.com/FYFY In dieser Folge diskutieren wir eine Reihe spannender Themen, darunter die möglichen Anwendungen von KI in verschiedenen Bereichen wie Brainstorming, personalisierte Fitness- und Ernährungspläne und die Bedeutung von Vertrauen in KI-gesteuerte Anwendungen. Außerdem beschäftigen wir uns mit der Welt des Web3, der Zukunft der Arbeit und damit, wie eine wachstumsorientierte Denkweise in einer zunehmend technologiegetriebenen Welt zum Erfolg führen kann. Dominic berichtet von seiner persönlichen Lernreise und seiner Arbeit im Bereich KI, Web3 und der Erstellung des FYFY-Newsletters. Diese Folge ist ein Muss für High Performer, Unternehmer und Führungskräfte, die der Zeit voraus sein und ihr volles Potenzial ausschöpfen wollen. Sichere dir jetzt dein FlowFest 2023 Ticket und triff Dominic Bönisch live Vergiss nicht, dass bald das FlowFest 2023 ansteht! Dieses ultimative Event für Biohacker, Gesundheitsbegeisterte und Flow-Enthusiasten findet vom 7. bis 9. Juli 2023 in München statt. Dort hast du die Chance, inspirierende Speaker (darunter auch meinen heutigen Gast Dominic Bönisch) zu treffen, an interaktiven Workshops teilzunehmen und innovative Aussteller zu erleben. Sichere dir noch heute dein FlowFest 2023 Ticket auf https://flowfest.de Jetzt aber viel Spaß beim Zuhören Go for Flow. Besuche uns gerne auf unserer Webseite und folge uns auf den sozialen Medien: Webseite: https://www.flowgrade.de Instagram: https://www.flowgrade.de/insta Facebook: https://www.flowgrade.de/fb Apple Podcasts: https://www.flowgrade.de/apple Spotify: https://www.flowgrade.de/spotify Youtube: https://www.flowgrade.de/yt Eine Übersicht aller bisherigen Flowgrade Show Episoden findest du auf https://www.flowgrade.de/podcast Go for Flow.
In this episode, Jon Krohn welcomes Adrian Kosowski, Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer at Pathway, who shares insights on streaming data processing and reactive data processing, and how they're shaping the future of machine learning. Tune in now for an unforgettable episode. This episode is brought to you by Posit, the open-source data science company (https://posit.co/academy), and by AWS Inferentia (https://aws.amazon.com/ec2/instance-types/inf2/?trk=bbd10c3f-c200-4629-bca8-adf6ad324c9e&sc_channel=el). Interested in sponsoring a SuperDataScience Podcast episode? Visit JonKrohn.com/podcast for sponsorship information. In this episode you will learn: • About Pathway's reactive data processing framework [04:45] • Reactive data processing use cases [17:08] • What is the difference between batch and streaming processing [33:18] • Transformers in data engineering and data streaming [53:44] • The benefits of Adrian's technical background as a CPO [1:04:17] • Adrian's responsibilities and favorite tools as a CPO [1:15:25] • Emerging ML approaches and tools for startups [1:28:49] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/669
Retirement Tax Services Podcast
"Financial planning" can mean a lot of things but Steven Jarvis and his guest Danny Lohrfink, Chief Product Officer at wealth.com agree that taxes and estate planning are two areas that every client should be getting help with. Steven and Danny discuss the challenges of Financial Advisors being able to help in these areas even when they are not themselves CPAs or Attorneys and share ways that the Advisor can still be involved without having the full service in-house. Estate planning and tax planning clearly have their own unique sets of requirements but Steven and his guest explore the overlap and the similarities of what the most successful Advisors are doing to deliver massive value to their clients in these areas.
ITSPmagazine | Technology. Cybersecurity. Society
In this podcast episode, Alistair Longman from Ranmarine Technology joins hosts Marco Ciappelli and Sean Martin to discuss their innovative solution for cleaning waterways using robots called "WasteSharks." Inspired by whale sharks, these devices can be either autonomous or remote-controlled and are designed to collect floating trash in coastal areas, lakes, and rivers before it enters the ocean.Alistair Longman acknowledges the challenges of raising awareness and funding for cleanup services, as they are often seen as a "grudge purchase." However, he remains optimistic about the potential of these technologies to scale and make a significant environmental impact. He also emphasizes that the WasteSharks are designed to be unobtrusive and able to reach difficult areas that larger cleaning boats cannot access.During the conversation, Sean Martin asks about the role of data collection and analysis in addressing the waste problem. Alistair notes that as the number of WasteSharks increases, the ability to collect data on trash accumulation, type, and location will become more valuable. This information will help inform more efficient and targeted waste collection strategies. Additionally, the team at Ranmarine Technology is working on developing AI for image recognition of trash, although it is still challenging.Marco Ciappelli wonders about the replicability of the WasteShark technology and its potential applications in other areas, such as oil spills or city trash management. Alistair explains that they are working on scaling the solution and developing docking stations and larger format vessels to tackle a broader scope of waste problems.Looking to the future, Alistair envisions a time when multiple WasteSharks will be able to communicate with each other in real-time to optimize their operations, making our waterways cleaner and healthier.Take advantage of this fascinating dive into the world of WasteSharks and their quest to keep our waterways pristine and free from trash and debris.Don't waste any more time—tune in to this episode and let the wave of innovation sweep you away!Note: This story contains promotional content. Learn more.Guest: Alistair Longman, CTO and Chief Product Officer, Ranmarine Technology [@RanMarineTech]On Linkedin | https://www.linkedin.com/in/alistair-longman-37a7b41/On Twitter | https://twitter.com/alistairlongmanOn Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/alongman/ResourcesLearn more about Ranmarine and their WasteShark offering: https://itspm.ag/ranmarine-technology-xb52Lear how autonomous vessels can be use for monitoring and clearing waterways: https://itspm.ag/ranmarredrRanmarine On Linkedin | https://www.linkedin.com/company/ranmarine/Ranmarine On Twitter | https://twitter.com/RanMarineTechRanmarine On Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/RanMarineTechnologyAre you interested in telling your story?https://www.itspmagazine.com/telling-your-story____________________________To see and hear more Redefining Society stories on ITSPmagazine, visit:https://www.itspmagazine.com/redefining-society-podcastWatch the video version on-demand on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLnYu0psdcllR-1tkRvr1pr_3bRruZZgfZ
The Green Building Matters Podcast with Charlie Cichetti
Patrick Chopson, is the co-founder od the carbon-focused Atlanta-based startup, cove.tool. As the Chief Product Officer, he leads product development for cove.tool, a web-based software for analyzing, drawing, engineering, and connecting data for building design and construction. A graduate of Georgia Tech with a Masters in High Performance Buildings, he is also a licensed architect with over 18 years of experience. Prior to cove.tool, he ran Pattern r+d, a successful building performance consulting and architecture firm. Multiple publications include Architect Magazine, TechCrunch, Site Selection, ArchDaily, and more. Show Highlights Understand the value of data-driven design. Cove.Tool Real-time understanding using BIN, Building Information Network. Connecting technology and the human experience. Trusted tools and simulations to optimize performance, product selection, design and more. Consolidate different problems of data translation losses to promote timely decision making without issues. Databases that link everyone involved on a project to build common understanding and immediate updates. Why the carbon problem is a data problem. Factors that create uncertainty to drive cost increases. Why you need to follow the industries #hashtags. Tips for entrepreneurs and companies to create a detailed career path that champions the work and skills of their employees. 2 things that are going to transform how architects, engineers, contractors, and anybody involved in sustainability find information to make effective choices. AI is going to unlock and transform the industry beyond focusing operational carbon vs embodied. How to leverage new technology to provide a higher level of service. “Meet a lot of different teams, meet a lot of really interesting people. That started to shape my understanding of this problem isn't just like we need one or two people that know simulation. We need to change how everyone designs. How everyone thinks about the problem. Realizing that it was gonna take more data analytics and probably software to be able to pull that off.” -Patrick Chopson “We want to link everyone together, everyone have a common understanding of a project and then be able to see when one person makes a decision, that immediately updates using APIs or some type of connection across the internet to make sure that everyone's on the same page…And that's what will allow for low cost but high performance, low carbon buildings.” -Patrick Chopson Get the episode transcript here!! Show Resource and Information LinkedIn Superusers Connect with Charlie Cichetti and GBES Charlie on LinkedIn Green Building Educational Services GBES on Twitter Connect on LinkedIn Like on Facebook Google+ GBES Pinterest Pins GBES on Instagram GBES is excited our membership community is growing. Consider joining our membership community as members are given access to some of the guests on the podcasts that you can ask project questions. If you are preparing for an exam, there will be more assurance that you will pass your next exam, you will be given cliff notes if you are a member, and so much more. Go to www.gbes.com/join to learn more about the 4 different levels of access to this one-of-a-kind career-advancing green building community! If you truly enjoyed the show, don't forget to leave a positive rating and review on iTunes. We have prepared more episodes for the upcoming weeks, so come by again next week! Thank you for tuning in to the Green Building Matters Podcast! Copyright © 2023 GBES