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The Futur podcast is a show that explores the interesting overlap between design, marketing, and business.Our host (and CEO of The Futur), Chris Do, holds candid conversations with inspirational people from the worlds of design, technology, marketing, business, philosophy and personal development.These conversations go deep. With the aim of understanding who these incredible people are, what drives them to do what they do, and what can we—the listener—learn from it all.Visit thefutur.com/podcast for show notes and additional information from each episode.

The Futur with Chris Do The Futur

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The Futur podcast is a show that explores the interesting overlap between design, marketing, and business.Our host (and CEO of The Futur), Chris Do, holds candid conversations with inspirational people from the worlds of design, technology, marketing, business, philosophy and personal development.These conversations go deep. With the aim of understanding who these incredible people are, what drives them to do what they do, and what can we—the listener—learn from it all.Visit thefutur.com/podcast for show notes and additional information from each episode.

    Business Q&A — with Chris D

    Business Q&A — with Chris D

    In this special episode, Chris Do fields business questions and offers answers live and in real-time. Questions like: how do I raise my rates without losing clients, how do you measure creative impact, and what is the best way to price your service work?
    Chris is joined by several Futur Pro Group members including Drigo Tasca, Nidhi Tewari, and Anneli Hansson who also weigh in.
    If you run a creative service business then this episode will resonate with you. Get practical tips and valuable insights from Chris Do’s years of business experience.

    Sponsored by:
    Masterclass - https://www.masterclass.com/futur
    HolaBrief - https://holabrief.com/thefutur
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    • 1 Std. 24 Min.
    Change is inevitable — with Anneli Hansson

    Change is inevitable — with Anneli Hansson

    Adapt or die is the classic business mantra. To survive and thrive you must remain nimble and ready to pivot. To jump the curve, so to speak.
    If you could start your business all over again, what would you do differently? In this episode, The Futur CEO Chris Do and brand strategist Anneli Hansson discuss what the future holds for creative service businesses.
    How will technology like Ai and blockchain change how we run our businesses? What new opportunities will they provide? And how can you leverage these tools for your business?
    Sponsored by First Republic Bank - https://firstrepublic.com
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    • 59 Min.
    You are more than your job title — with Sarabeth Berk

    You are more than your job title — with Sarabeth Berk

    Sarabeth Berk is a TEDx speaker and professional identity researcher. She is reshaping how we think about the workforce by shifting and expanding our definition of professional identity. What does that mean exactly? It means that you should not be limited to either/or titles (e.g. specialists vs. generalist). And that there is a third option: hybrid.
    But does that help or hurt your marketing efforts? Will potential clients and employers be intrigued or confused?
    In this episode, Sarabeth and Chris Do define and debate the merits of hybrid professional identities. Spoiler alert: Chris is not immediately sold on the idea.
    Sarabeth argues that what we do professionally is difficult to categorize into simply one box. Many of us find fulfillment and excel at the intersection of several disciplines. Just as our names are unique to us, our titles and what we do follow suit.
    However, the trick is knowing how to communicate that intersection clearly.
    If you struggle with the decision of specializing versus generalizing or find yourself living somewhere in the middle then you will enjoy this conversation.

    This episode is sponsored by by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/futur and get on your way to being your best self.
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    • 1 Std. 3 Min.
    Creativity is not magic — with Joey Cofone

    Creativity is not magic — with Joey Cofone

    Do you have to suffer to build character? We get philosophical in part two of our conversation with Baronfig founder and author Joey Cofone. He and Chris continue their discussion about The Laws of Creativity and delve into the role failure—and sometimes delusion—plays in the story of success.
    We like how Joey explains the concept of creativity: like a musical instrument, creativity is a practical trade that you can learn, develop, and improve over time.
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    • 59 Min.
    The Laws of Creativity — with Joey Cofone

    The Laws of Creativity — with Joey Cofone

    Joey Cofone is the Founder and CEO of Baronfig, an award-winning designer and entrepreneur, and the newly minted author of The Laws of Creativity.
    If you have listened to our podcast long enough then you may have heard Joey’s voice before. Way back in episode 57. We are pleased to welcome him back to the show to share what he’s been working on for a long time: defining the laws of creativity.
    In part one of this conversation, Joey and Chris share some of their most poignant memories of creativity. They discuss the importance of remaining curious, following your instinct, and why what makes you weird also makes you wonderful.

    Sponsored by
    Masterclass - https://www.masterclass.com/futur
    Hookpoint - https://goingviral.pro
    Ladder - https://www.ladderlife.com/futur
    The Commercial Break - https://tcbpodcast.com
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    • 55 Min.
    How to give and receive feedback — with Eric Moore

    How to give and receive feedback — with Eric Moore

    Criticism is easily given, but rarely appreciated. At some point we have all had to critique someone else’s work or be critiqued by a client, manager, or teacher. The experience can be emotionally rattling.
    In part four of our design thinking talk, Eric Moore and Chris Do discuss ways to improve how you give and receive critique. A key component of constructive criticism is having a shared criteria to review the work.
    During their conversation, Chris and Eric share memorable stories of critique from their experience as students, teachers, and professionals. Pro tip: grab a pen and paper before you listen to this one. You will want to take notes.

    Sponsored by
    First Republic Bank - https://firstrepublic.com
    HolaBrief - https://www.holabrief.com/thefutur
    Hookpoint - https://goingviral.pro
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    • 1 Std. 5 Min.

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4,9 von 5
63 Bewertungen

63 Bewertungen

Isabella 🌸🌁 ,

Business attitude meets creative industry

Great insights — for free! I took away so much business attitude here. Chris is a legend and The Futur a factory for really valuable content. ⭐️

Greta Kluender ,

Absoluty great content!

Hey Chris, thank you for that podcast. You helped me to get new Inspiration. Go on!

val-wal ,

Extremely Helpful

This Podcast has been one of the most helpful Podcasts that I’ve ever listened to. Chris Do is amazing to listen to and very insightful.

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