Bob Hutchins- Digital Marketing OG, Cultural and media theorist, and Organizational Psychologist talks about all things human and restorative. Tech, Psychology, Spirituality, Change, Mental and Social Well Being.
David Sax- The Future is Analog
Bestselling culture writer David Sax lays out the case against a false digital utopia—and for a more human future
In The Future Is Analog, David Sax points out that the onset of the pandemic instantly gave us the digital universe we'd spent so long anticipating. Instant communication, online shopping, virtual everything. It didn't take long to realize how awful it was to live in this promised future. I discuss this new reality with David and the details of his new book- The Future is Analog.
David Sax is a writer, reporter, and speaker who specializes in business and culture. His book The Revenge of Analog was a #1 Washington Post bestseller, was selected as one of Michiko Kakutani's Top Ten books of 2016 for the New York Times, and has been translated into six languages. He is also the author of three other books: Save the Deli, which won a James Beard award, The Soul of an Entrepreneur, and The Tastemakers. He lives in Toronto.
Our Digital Soul- Intro being read by Jenny Black
Our book is out! Our Digital Soul: Collective Anxiety, Media Trauma, and Path Toward Recovery is up on Amazon. On this episode my co-author, Jenny Black, reads the introduction.
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Jeff Atwood- Entrepreneur, Author, Dad
Jeff served as a senior leader for two national healthcare companies (one NYSE, the other privately held) overseeing marketing, internal and external communications, patient experience, growth, and brand development.
He currently serves as the Chairman of the Board of Possibility Place - a day program that serves intellectually and developmentally disabled adults in Middle Tennessee. Previously, he led an organization that provides dental care to underserved people in Uganda, Haiti, and the United States. He also led an organizational initiative to help build a hospital in Haiti following the earthquake and for two years took teams of clinical volunteers to provide care to underserved Haitians.
Jeff and Annette, his wife of nearly 30 years, have three grown daughters - Madison, McKenzie, and Macie. They live on a small farm on Atwood Lane, just outside of Nashville, Tennessee.
Steve Turney- The Mental Health Marketing Conference
Steve Turney has worked across a range of verticals, including the complex healthcare industry and within full-service marketing agencies, SaaS-based startups and the leading press release distribution firm in the country. He is the Executive Director of the Mental Health Marketing Conference.
Dave Elitch- Getting Out of Your Own Way
Dave Elitch first gained notoriety touring with the American progressive rock band The Mars Volta in 2009-2010. Since then he has lent his talents to Miley Cyrus, Justin Timberlake, M83, The 1975, Juliette Lewis, Big Black Delta, and many others. An established LA session player, Dave has performed on various records, syncs, and film scores for major motion pictures, including “Trolls" and “Logan." He also conducts masterclass lectures worldwide and keeps a busy private teaching practice in Los Angeles. Dave has developed a reputation as the technique/body mechanic specialist and has helped many of the industry's top players and educators expand their vocabulary, overcome physical/mental barriers and get out of their own way.
Sloane Scott-Creator. Cancer Survivor. Strategist.
Sloane and I talk about her life journey, being a health care self-advocate, and what it means to watch the evolution of digital media and communication. Sloane is a Vice President at The Freeman Company.
Great, honest conversations
Love the honest conversations and deliberative approach Bob takes with his guests. Very thought provoking. Highly recommend
I have know Bob for many years. I can vouch for his integrity. He has always looked for truth and he continues to do that today. He looks for different view points and respects differing opinions. To date he has had a large array of guest and each one is unique. I don’t agree with all of his guests but I have learned something from each one.
Surprised by Joy
Whenever I finish one of these episodes, I pull out my headphones and I feel a little more encouraged, a little more hopeful, and a little more open minded as I go throughout my day.