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Will tomorrow’s tech solve today’s problems? What will our children’s old age be like? How carefully can we plan in an unpredictable world? Famous guests and great minds join our studio team and St. James’s Place experts to explore the ideas, people and trends that are shaping our futures.
Packed with fascinating insights and lively conversation from around the world, on the things you’ll need to be prepared for – from the way we’ll live, work and invest, to science, money and psychology.
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Will tomorrow’s tech solve today’s problems? What will our children’s old age be like? How carefully can we plan in an unpredictable world? Famous guests and great minds join our studio team and St. James’s Place experts to explore the ideas, people and trends that are shaping our futures.
Packed with fascinating insights and lively conversation from around the world, on the things you’ll need to be prepared for – from the way we’ll live, work and invest, to science, money and psychology.
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    Superstar tennis coach Judy Murray

    Superstar tennis coach Judy Murray

    St. James’s Place Podcast: Tomorrow Comes Today

    Episode 5: Superstar tennis coach Judy Murray



    What can we learn from one of the most legendary coaches in the world of sport, and apply it to our own choices, investments, and lives? Judy Murray has steered her sons Andy and Jamie Murray to greatness, founded competitions, and coached countless successful players as kids and adults. In this very special episode, hosts Matt Potter and Rob Gardner delve deep into the psychology, method and instincts of the game, to reveal some often-surprising truths about the value of advice.


    Sources:

    Rob Gardner: FCA, “The changing shape of the consumer market for advice”, August 2018



    Presenters: Rob Gardner, Matt Potter

    Producer: Sera Berksoy

    Editing: Nathan Copelin

    Executive producer: Chris Marais


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    Plausible futures

    Plausible futures

    What’s on the horizon and what does the future hold? In this episode, hosts Matt Potter and Rob Gardner meet the people putting in the hours to investigate what our world might be like in the years to come. Gavin Serkin, author of Frontier: Exploring the Top Ten Emerging Markets of Tomorrow, has travelled the world scoping out frontier markets, while Nicholas Booth and Elizabeth Howell, authors of the new book The Search for Life on Mars: The Greatest Scientific Detective Story of All Time, have examined the ultimate frontier market. Finally, we meet Future Today Institute founder Amy Webb, the futurist who doesn’t predict the future but models it – with a methodological approach and by challenging her own biases.


    Presenters: Rob Gardner, Matt Potter

    Producers: Sera Berksoy, Nathan Copelin, Stuart Knott

    Assistant Producers: Chris Marais

    


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    Drowning in data, starving for wisdom?

    Drowning in data, starving for wisdom?

    If data really is the new oil, how do we use it to get to where we want to be? In this episode, hosts Matt Potter, Rob Gardner and Claire Trott are joined by the FT’s Undercover Economist Tim Harford, who explores the perils of prediction, with cautionary tales of unexpected crashes in stock markets and computers; Baroness Camilla Cavendish, former advisor to Prime Minister David Cameron and author of the acclaimed book Extra Time: 10 Lessons For An Ageing World, discovers some intriguing possible futures as our populations age; and we meet Toby Heaps, the ‘clean capitalism’ pioneer, who reveals how greater transparency has allowed investors to become a powerful force in global efforts to make business more sustainable.



    Presenters: Rob Gardner, Matt Potter, Claire Trott

    Producers: Sera Berksoy, Nathan Copelin

    Assistant Producers: Chris Marais, James Hedley


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    The new normal

    The new normal

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    Episode Two: The new normal



    How does sleeping help us make smarter decisions? Will working from home challenge the need for big cities? What can history teach us about the journey from crisis to ‘new normal’? In this special recorded-under-lockdown episode, hosts Matt Potter and Rob Gardner meet the people whose job it is to help turn those crises into opportunities.


    We meet legendary crisis comms specialist Phil Hall – the man CEOs, companies and celebrities have on speed-dial for when it all hits the fan – who reveals what we can all learn from recent big business successes – and failures. From Melbourne, veteran investment fund manager Michael Stapleton tells how wise investors can emerge stronger from dips by focusing on a few fundamental truths. And from Cape Town, leadership coach Lani Carstens reveals the techniques that help the best leaders find their true north – and stay calm and focused – when the chips are down.



    Presenters: Rob Gardner, Matt Potter

    Producers: Nathan Copelin, Sera Berksoy

    Assistant Producers: Chris Marais, James Hedley


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    Context is everything

    Context is everything

    Episode One: Context is everything


    Just how intelligent is Artificial Intelligence? Will the robots take over? Are millennials really so different from Baby Boomers? And how close is Britain to closing the gender gap in everything from pay to pensions? Hosts Matt Potter, Rob Gardner and Alice Wilkinson talk to Professor Geraint Rees and “AI weirdness” researcher Janelle Shane, meet youth money expert Iona Bain… and discover what makes us so gloriously, uniquely human.


    Please note, this podcast episode was recorded prior to the events of the COVID-19 outbreak.


    Producer: Nathan Copelin

    Assistant Producers: Chris Marais, Sera Berksoy


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