The Innovator Diaries podcast chats with hundreds of leaders and groundbreakers from all industries, including world record holders, CEOs, Olympic athletes, best-selling authors, high-level coaches, hall of fame inductees and survivors of major life events. The conversations are focused on topics that affect everybody: innovation, creativity, imagination, problem-solving, decision making, growth, taking action, team building, negotiation, discipline, developing habits, leadership, resilience, communication and many other topics that will help us reach success.
Ep 146 Jesse Krieger, How to publish a book. Best selling author and Founder of Lifestyle Entrepreneurs Press
Listen and learn how to publish your upcoming book! Jesse Krieger has many tips.
Ep 145 First woman to travel every country in the world, Cassie De Pecol
Listen to Cassie De Pecol, the first woman (and one of the very few people) that traveled to every single country in the world.
Ep 144 Business Growth, Business Coach and Speaker, Kerwin Rae
Listen to Kerwin Rae one of Australia's most recognised business and growth coach
Ep 143 Dean of Innovation, Professor of Management, Jeff Degraff
Learn from the person who took DOMINOS from a local pizza place to a world sensation. They call him the Dean of Innovation, Jeff Degraff
Ep 142 Disney Head of Innovation and Creativity (Former), Duncan Wardle
Learn from Disney Head of Innovation and Creativity, Duncan Wardle.
Ep 141 Creativy, Innovation, Discipline, Taking action and having a Choice, Seth Godin
Seth Godin talks innovation, creativity, habits, discipline and taking action.
Like eavesdropping on...
Ricardo’s disarming approach to interviewing opens up his guests. It doesn’t even feel like an interview but rather a conversation between two friends that you’re eavesdropping on.
Thoughtful and Inspiring
Great access to so many inspiring people from mixed and varied industries, countries, genders and outlooks.
Wonderful and inspiring
This is a thoughtful approach to innovator’s stories, canvassing both their successes, and failures, and how they are both explicably interlinked. Ricardo is a sensitive and intelligent interviewer, and asks compelling and interesting questions of his guests that really guide you to the essence and heart of the guest’s life journey, interests, and innovations.
Every podcast has been wonderful, and interesting. I have either learnt something new, been utterly inspired by Ricardo’s insightful questions, and/or the exquisite emotional and intellectual engagement between Riccardo and the guest. More often all three!
Ricardo has crafted a podcast broadly applicable to anyone interested in getting to the heart of how to build a more meaningful professional and personal life. Highly recommend!