Imagine being future proof. Kelsey Ramsden, award winning entrepreneur, has candid conversations with experts (well known and little known) about how to remain relevant and avoid obsolescence!
025: Mathew Bertulli: The Freedom Thing
Matthew Bertulli is CEO and cofounder of Demac Media, a company of more than 100 marketers, designers, and developers that helps merchants of all sizes grow and optimize their ecommerce businesses. Demac Media helps its merchant partners get hundreds of millions of dollars in online sales every year.
Matthew Bertulli is a student and evangelist of commerce. From his youth spent around the family retail business, to his current role as CEO and co-founder of commerce agency Demac Media, to co-founding the compostable plastics brand Pela Case, Matt has spent a lifetime inside the world of retail commerce.
Matthew and I are talking about creating flow, being cutting edge, and what did Matt do when he got back a bit of time?
Margot Machol Bisnow: Raising an Entrepreneur
Margot and I are talking about how she came to write her book, giving kids freedom, and do your kids really need college?
023: Rob Nunnery: How to be a Successful Failure
Today I am speaking with Rob Nunnery husband, dog-dad, and failure. Rob has started, and failed 9 businesses and finally had success in 2014 when he co-built a multi-million dollar marketing company.
Listen as we talk about being a successful failure, financial and time freedom, and do we really talk about who's hot in politics?
022: Larry Lawton: From Organized Crime to Gangster Redemption: America’s Most Notorious Jewel Thief Talks about Change, Purpose and the Journey to Self
Upon Larry’s release from jail, he started the Reality Check Program to help young people and in 2008 Larry started working with law enforcement giving them the insight and knowledge of a professional criminal. Today we are talking about feeling like Robin Hood, losing time with those you love, and how Larry turned his time in prison to a path of learning and redemption."
021: From Google to Ganja
Alan Gertner is the co-founder and CEO of Tokyo Smoke, a modern lifestyle business that is inclusive of Cannabis.
A lover of technology, design, and everything in-between, Alan most recently led a $+100M organization at Google in Asia. Alan is a proven leader in strategy and operations, including as a founding member of Google's first Global Business Strategy team.
Tokyo Smoke was created to bring design, education, and emotion to cannabis. Ultimately, we believe in changing the world through iconic cannabis normalization.
20: Moving away from the medicine of the past and present
Jordyn Feingold is a first-year medical student at the Icahn School of Medicine. She is passionate about integrating the science of well-being into medicine and creating cultures that enable practitioners and patients to thrive. Jordyn completed her undergraduate studies in Health and Societies as well as her Master’s of Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) at the University of Pennsylvania.
While transitioning to medical school, Jordyn researched and explored the vast opportunities for positive psychology to make medicine a more positive, thriving, efficient, and effective practice, where she developed the REVAMP method.
Today we are talking about Positive Psychology, the wellbeing and flourishing of medical school students, and moving away from the medicine of the past and present.
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So many business podcasts. What makes Kelsey's series stand out?
The questions. Nothing worse in the world then listening to a podcast that could be replaced by the guest's website or the 10 other podcasts she was on. Kelsey's questions are based in her own experience as an entrepreneur, as a writer, as a badass woman, and they are rooted in her own quests and curiosity which makes the conversation a real exchange of ideas.
I felt that the guests are stimulated by Kelsey's questions, which is refreshing. I know I am!
Raw and real, full of intelligence and intrigue.
Really appreciate the consistency and framework of Futureproofing. Quality guests and insight, very impressed. Kelsey's forward thinking and says like it is personality is refreshing. Thanks so much, stoked to listen to more!
More than the title suggests...
Futureproofing isn't just about updating your skills, learning about new tech, all the stuff we expect to hear - it's also about mindset. This is a really interesting podcast featuring good conversations with real, down-to-earth, knowledgeable people.