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Candid conversations with the most interesting and inspirational people that you’ve never heard of. Host, Chris Do, interviews people from all walks of life about the fringes of design, technology, marketing and business all in hopes of changing the way you think.

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    • 4.9, 497 Ratings

Candid conversations with the most interesting and inspirational people that you’ve never heard of. Host, Chris Do, interviews people from all walks of life about the fringes of design, technology, marketing and business all in hopes of changing the way you think.

    84 - The Promise of Virtual Reality — with Joanna Popper

    84 - The Promise of Virtual Reality — with Joanna Popper

    What do you think about when you hear the term, “virtual reality”? It's been part of the pop-culture and entertainment news cycle for a while, but still feels out of reach. There are cumbersome headsets you need to wear, low fidelity images and poorly designed experiences.

    Like or not, VR is on the cusp of changing our lives forever, which is why we were thrilled to have HP’s Global Lead of VR for Location Based Entertainment on the show, Joanna Popper.

    • 59 min
    83 - How To Tell A Great Story — with Adrien Behn

    83 - How To Tell A Great Story — with Adrien Behn

    Adrien Behn is a seasoned world traveler, writer and comedic performer. This self-proclaimed “Jill of all trades“ ventures into new countries to seek out total strangers and listen to their stories. She then reports back about the most daring and interesting ones via her own podcast, Strangers Abroad.

    In this episode, Adrien and Chris discuss what makes great storytelling, the power of vulnerability and they allude to an unforgettable travel story that led to an audience member fainting mid-show.

    • 1 hr 4 min
    82 - Stop Giving Advice, Ask More Questions — with Michael Bungay Stanier

    82 - Stop Giving Advice, Ask More Questions — with Michael Bungay Stanier

    Michael Bungay Stanier is an Oxford graduate and author of the wildly popular book, The Coaching Habit. He is a champion of curiosity that believes the advice we so eagerly give is not nearly as good as we think it is.

    Michael founded Box of Crayons, a company that helps organizations transform from advice-driven to curiosity-led. His missions is to help shape how organizations around the world make being coach-like an essential leadership behavior.

    • 1 hr
    81 - Designing With Empathy — with Sophia Ahamed

    81 - Designing With Empathy — with Sophia Ahamed

    Sophia Ahamed is a designer and founder of design agency Monograph & Co. She and Chris go deep into the role that empathy plays in creative business. Spoiler alert: it's an important one. They talk about how losing someone can trigger a perspective shift and, subsequently, how you can use your own life experiences to build greater empathy with your clients.

    • 47 min
    80 - Design, Comedy and Personal Branding — with Meg Lewis

    80 - Design, Comedy and Personal Branding — with Meg Lewis

    Meg Lewis is a designer, comedian, performance artist, entrepreneur, meditation podcaster and a whole lot more. You might recognize her style, her voice and definitely her glasses, but after listening to this episode you will understand the power of her personal branding.

    Meg and Chris discuss how to take what's weird about yourself and turn it into a unique career advantage. After all, that's what creativity is: combining unrelated things to make something new.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    79 - Why branding matters — with Stef Hamerlinck

    79 - Why branding matters — with Stef Hamerlinck

    This episode is fiery right from the start. Chris talks with brand strategist, Stef Hamerlinck, about the nuance of branding and why it matters. Though, the two don’t necessarily agree about any of it.

    If you are interested in branding, strategy and enjoy a healthy debate then you will love this episode. Chris and Stef get deep into the weeds of brand purpose, brand differentiation and why it's important for a brand to be just as good as it is unique.

    • 1 hr 4 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
497 Ratings

497 Ratings

Ericdj ,

I listen to a lot of podcasts...

Like, a lot, a lot. And this is quite possible the best of them all. If you know Chris Do, you’re not surprised to hear that the incredible insights and all-in, no secrets mentality makes every episode great.

But what’s also great is the fact that every guest has so much value to share. It’s incredible to know that you can click on almost any random episode and walk away better for it. Thanks Chris and the team for putting out great content.

1st Donny Bravo ,

Chris Do leads ingenuity in creativity

I never realized how essential creativity is to business. For years I’ve suppressed my own creative outlet thinking it wouldn’t be essential or lead to making money but this podcast lead by Chris Do advocates for ways in which creativity can drive a business. He invites other creatives and asks thought provoking questions on how creativity, business, and humanity can intersect. His line of questioning goes beyond the surface levels and into psychological all with the purpose of finding ways in which facets of business can be streamlined and creativity can be fostered.

donkeykongtigers ,

Podcast 74

That is one of your best podcasts. Really appreciate all of them. I always learn something new with each one.

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