MINDED is an outlet for people who want to learn from industry and creative leaders that have an innate drive for excellence. Our guests set themselves apart by challenging the norm and pushing ideas forward. In a never-ending pursuit to succeed, we thrive to have an in-depth conversation about life, business and the world we live in.
MIT Leadership Center executive director, Hal Gregersen discusses how to cultivate disruptive ideas.
An innovation and leadership guru, Hal is Executive Director of the MIT Leadership Center and Senior Lecturer at the MIT Sloan School of Management. While Hal’s expertise expands across all areas of innovative leadership, asking the right questions cuts deeply across all of his work. He challenges organizations and individuals to question the way we think and act to build a better, more creative world.
World's leading expert on high performance and New York Times bestselling author, Steven Kotler talks about his latest book.
Steven Kotler is a New York Times bestselling author and award-winning journalist. He is one of the world’s leading experts on high performance. In 2013 his book, The Rise of Superman, was the first book in history to land on the New York Times bestseller list in the sports, science, psychology, and business categories.
In this episode, Steven talks about performance and his latest book Last Tango in CyberSpace
The Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation's CEO, Terry Tamminen discuss exciting opportunities in the green economy and the current administration's take on environmental policies
Ranked by The Guardian as #1 of the Top 50 People Who Can Save the Planet, Terry Tamminen is a man on a mission. He is the former Chief Policy Advisor under Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, the author of "Cracking The Carbon Code: The Keys to Sustainable Profits in the New Economy", and today serves as the CEO of the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation.
In this episode, we discuss exciting opportunities in the green economy and the current administration's take on environmental policies
The first woman to win Best Line at the Powder Video Awards Angel Collinson talks to MINDED about the state of flow, facing your fears and being a good role model.
Angel Collinson is the first female in history to win Best Line at the Powder Video Awards for the footage of her slashing a steep spine in Alaska.
In this episode, we talk about the state of flow, facing your fears and being a good role model.
SXSW's Chief Programming Officer Hugh Forrest talks about meeting inspitaiton people, Johnny Cash, President Obama and 30 yrs of festival.
Hugh Forrest serves as Chief Programming Officer for South by Southwest (SXSW). Scheduled for March 8-17, 2019 in Austin, Texas, this event brings together more than 70,000 industry creatives from around the world. In 2014, Forrest was among the SXSW Directors named Austin Entrepreneurs of the Year by Ernst & Young.
In this episode, we talk about meeting inspirational people, Johnny Cash, President Obama and 30 yrs of SXSW
Championing women in the developing world Meagan Fallone speaks on the power of women as agents of change.
Championing women in the developing world, Barefoot College's CEO Meagan Fallone speaks regularly on the power of women as agents of sustainable change and poverty reduction. She has been a leader on the topic and strong advocate for several philanthropic causes.
In this episode, we discuss the importance of mindset and how women will change the world.
One interesting conversation after another
Great conversations covering a big array of topics ranging from data science to architecture all the way to fashion. Very insightful and enjoyable to listen to!
I felt smarter after listening to these interviews! Intelligent conversations that offer insight into subjects I normally wouldn’t think of researching on my own.
Very insightful and interesting talks! Enjoying them!