Cracking the Code Podcast with Sudhir Ispahani, is a podcast series that will bring proven pioneering thought leaders to discuss their views on disruptive technology, leadership, economic, ethical and market future trends and their thoughtful approaches to disruption in society while exploring their heart first philosophies in leadership. In addition to this podcast series, Sudhir has been working on several books starting with: Values Based Leadership – A compendium of essays from Global Leaders, sharing their thoughts, values and leadership moments of learning.
Episode 31: Dr. Ajit Singh, Partner - Artiman Ventures
Dr. Ajit Singh is a partner at Artiman Ventures, a Silicon Valley VC firm focused on early-stage technology and life science investments. He also serves on the board of Trustees of the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Foundation and is an Adjunct Professor in the School of Medicine at Stanford. He is on the Board of Directors of Visby Medical, CORE Diagnostics, Cadila Pharmaceuticals, Summer Bio and Sofie Biosciences, and is a Senior Advisor to the Tata Trusts Cancer Care program.
Episode 30: Shahid Khan, Managing Partner - MAG (Meridian Advisory Group, LLC)
Shahid Khan is an acclaimed thought leader, executive and a parallel entrepreneur in Telecom, Media and Technology (TMT) sectors, with a 25+ year track-record across the US, Europe and the Middle East.
Episode 29: Ravi Patel, Actor and Entrepreneur
Ravi Patel is an actor and entrepreneur based in LA.
Having been cast in pilots nearly every year, Ravi has appeared on numerous popular shows over the course of his career. With his sister Geeta he produced and stared in “Meet the Patel’s.
Ravi’s latest venture “Ravi Patel’s Pursuit of Happiness” premieres on HBO Max on Thursday 27 August.
Separately from acting, Ravi is the co-founder of This Bar Saves Lives, which donates a meal packet for every granola bar they sell, and is an active investor in several health and wellness start-ups.
Episode 28: Dr. Raymond Choi, Co-Founder and General Partner, Valley Capital Partners
Dr. Raymond Choi thought he wanted to become a computer programmer as a teen, but after shadowing a doctor on his rounds, he decided to go to medical school. But one path was not enough. He co-founded Valley Capital while completing his medical residency. Dr. Choi shares how his experience as an emergency room doctor makes him a better fund manager. If you've not already heard episode 4, we suggest you go back into our archives meet Choi's co-founding partner Steve O'Hara.
Episode 27: Raman Abrol, General Manager at Amdocs Media
Raman Abrol, General Manager at Amdocs Media, shares with host Sudhir Ispahani how he learned the importance of saying "yes" when opportunities were presented, even if it meant working in a war zone. His early lessons came from watching his father build his business and his mother managing a large family. Raman and his team work with major studios, broadcasters, networks and service providers to build and deliver innovative technology and content solutions.
Episode 26: John Komeiji, the president and general manager of Hawaiian Telcom
John Komeiji, the president and general manager of Hawaiian Telcom, shares how being a C student taught him important lessons for success. Komeiji's tells Cracking the Code host Suhdir Ispahani how getting hit on the head with a hammer by another kindergarten student was a wake up call that helped shaped his personality. He learned how to get out of trouble and how to bounce back from failure, important skills for cracking the code..
Visionary business, technology and humanitarian thought leader
Sudhir Ispahani put his skills and global experience as Founding CTO and Chairman of the Technology Board for Liberty Global, United Pan European Communications, Chello Broadband, MCI (WorldCom) to work in this podcast interviewing some of the world’s top executives. He successfully integrates his past and present learnings with his current positions serving on numerous boards and as an investor in emerging technology firms in Silicon Valley and as a life coach and mentor to ceo’s and the C-suite around the globe and delivers a must listen podcast.
This podcast is a MUST listen
If you are a young entrepreneur, or someone who is looking to grow in their career, across any industry, this podcast is truly a must listen. These are extremely credible guests who give the most amazing advice not just about work, but about life too. Sudhir does an amazing job facilitating the interviews and he is so humble and wise. I love this series.
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Wonderful podcast, very inspirational guests and the interviewer is engaging and the conversations are full of words of wisdom.