Today's world is dominated by disruption - digital, technology and business model disruption is impacting every industry and practically every business.
But what does this disruption mean for you? Have you thought about how you can prepare and benefit from the opportunities?
In the Disciplined Disruption Podcast, you will hear from some of the most brilliant minds insights, stories and implementation tips how you can thrive in today's fast-changing world - both in business or work and in life.
#067 - Daniel Pink - Multiple NYT Bestselling Author
Daniel Pink is a multiple-author including a number of NYT bestselling books.
His combination of thorough research on a topic and a style of writing that is engaging and entertaining makes his books a great read.
Books like "Drive" where he explains the concept Motivation 2.0 or "To Sell is Human" where he explains why almost all of us are in sales and why extroverts are not the best salespeople or "A Whole New Mind" which is our today"s VUCA world even more relevant are books I loved and love reading.
His latest book is "When" where he looks at the question of how timing - during a day, month, year or life, determines the probability of success of something.
A great conversation with many insights I am implementing on a regular basis.
Connect with Daniel on his website: https://www.danpink.com/
Follow him on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/DanielPink
#066 - George Levy - Co-Founder Blockchain Institute
You have heard about Blockchain and Bitcoin but you still wonder what exactly it is and how to use it?
George saw a need in the marketplace with the emerging Blockchain discussions and work.
And that's why he co-founded the Blockchain Institute of Technology.
Thousands of students later, he keeps pushing Blockchain and helping people to understand and embrace this new technology trend.
Enjoy how he shares examples and stories.
Connect with George here Email: email@example.com
Website: http://www.georgelevy.com - get a free course
#065 - Kirk Deis - Fonder BugSquasher
Kirk is a passionate Entrepreneur and focuses on finding solutions to problems - either problems of his clients or problems situations with clients cause inside and lead to a solution.
This was the story of the BugSquasher.
He also shares the simple but powerful DUMB principle in the show.
Enjoy this episode.
More about Kirk Deis Kirk Deis has been featured on Forbes, Podcasts, and radio shows in the US. He is the CEO and Founder of two companies - Treehouse 51 a digital agency in Newport Beach, California and The Bug Squasher a universal web app that helps you diagnosis site issues.
How to connect with Kirk Web:
The Rap Video (he shares the story in the episode): https://youtu.be/k0QCU97Auvc
#064 - Bella Zanesco - High-Performance Strategist
Why are we laughing and giggling together you wonder?
Bella and I are both Kite-surfing fans though she is doing that on a completely different level.
Bella became also world champion in sailing at the age of 38!
On the flip side, she knows how it is to get through depression and how to reinvent yourself over a period of 3 to 5 years.
There is so much in this episode.
Did you know that one key to high-performance is JOY? No wonder we are laughing together and have a lot of joy during the session.
But 65% of the 3000+ by Bella interviewed executives don't want to show up at work on Monday. And 70% don't know what to do about their career. These are shocking numbers - and there are more of these numbers.
But Bella also has specific tips and suggestions and shares the 4S (actually 5S) model in the episode.
PS: The side noise goes away after six minutes. Sorry about that.
More about Bella Zanesco Bella Zanesco is a career and high-performance strategist, a world champion sailor, author of Smart Girls Screw Up Too and philanthropist working to give people and organisations the tools they need to become fully expressed leaders in their lives and careers.
How to connect with Bella LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bellazanesco/
Get Bella's book "Smart Girls Screw Up Too" on Amazon by clicking here.
#063 - Edward Blomstedt - CEO AirFaaS
Have you heard of Industry 4.0? It's one of the "hype" terms describing the current industrial revolution where data, automation, robots come together.
Is Industry 4.0 already history?
How does a "factory as a service" look like?
Edward Blomstedt is the CEO of AirFaaS and has the goal to revolutionise manufacturing.
As "Youn Entrepreneur of the Year" in Finland, he has already an entrepreneurial track record.
Enjoy the episode.
More about Edward Blomstedt What is the next Airbnb, the next Uber or Spotify? And who says it will be consumer-related?
According to Edward Blomstedt, a Finnish entrepreneur, supported by investors, industrialists and top politicians, the breakthrough will be in business to business. And the service is spelled ”AirFaas”.
Edward is one of the founders of the company, a digital portal where you can upload the specifications of any product in the system and it will analyze, locate, budget, finance and implement the production of the product at the most competitive prize and in the most convenient format in a factory somewhere in the world. An Airbnb for factories.
Edward has an M.Sc. in Industrial Management and Mechanical Engineering from Helsinki University of Technology (now Aalto University). His passion is enabling a smarter revolution in manufacturing for a greener future. He was voted Young Entrepreneur of the Year in Finland 2010.
Edward also started the company Combi Works 2005, which works in the conservative industrial sector and is now revamping this with AirFaas. Combi Works has sales in Northern Europe and Uganda and production in addition to Finland in the Baltics, Russia, China and India.
How to connect with Edward Twitter: http://twitter.com/edwardblomstedt
#062 - Cheryl Cran - Future of Work Expert
Cheryl is a multiple-times author and leading expert on the topic of "Future of Work".
I have had a great conversation with her about how we see the future of work, the challenges and opportunities.
Her new approach "NextMapping" helps leaders, teams and entrepreneurs to get your business ready for the future!
Enjoy the Episode!
More About Cheryl Cran Cheryl Cran is a future of work expert and author of "The Art of Change Leadership - Driving Transformation In a Fast Paced World". Clients include Gartner, AT&T, Kaiser, Silkroad, and more. Cheryl's work has been featured in Silicon Republic, Huff Post, Forbes, Metro New York and other publications. She has been named as a #1 influencer on future of work in social media by Onalytica.
How to connect with Cheryl Web: https://nextmapping.com/
Check out her book "The Art of Change Leadership - Driving Transformation In a Fast Paced World" by clicking here.
Positive disruption on thought leadership
Thank you Michael for making such an effort to invite some many different speakers on your podcast . I work in health and would have never thought about anything other than health. Your podcasts speakers help me now explore some many different thinking that are so relevant to my work because I work with human like many of those speakers on the show. The podcasts bring positive disruption to how would do things differently and explore the impossible partnerships.
Great interview with Kevin Kelly. Thoughtful questions and expansive responses. Loads of great content. Thank you Michael.
Absolutely love this episode. Having a framework to help you focus your energy into the most productive place/s is so important & Michael explains it so beautifully. I especailly like the way he includes Guiding Principles and goes even further to share his own. There is something in this for all of us & MIchael has definitely left me wanting to learn more about H.P.D.A. Thanks Michael :)