The Talk About Tomorrow podcast examines tomorrow's world through the work of applied futurist, Tom Cheesewright, as he helps a range of people and organisations to see what's next.
One million entrepreneurs: interview with Simon Squibb
Tom talks to Simon Squibb about his mission to help a million people start their own business, and the need for entrepreneurship in the challenging times ahead.
S3 E4: The future of privacy
In his #AskAFuturist series, Tom answer's Franck Nijhof's question: what will be left of privacy in 50 years?
Plus, what is the future of consumer credit?
Shaping the future with Trond Undheim
Tom talks to fellow futurist Trond Undheim about his new book, FutureTech, and his incredibly busy career, as a civil servant, lecturer, start-up wrangler, founder, author, and podcaster. Tom learns about 'project identities' - a characteristic of busy people - and why democracy is an outdated concept.
Check out Trond's own podcast, Futurized for more on this:https://www.futurized.co/
And find out more about Trond here:
S3 E3: Extended adolescence
Our time-shifted lives have created a new extended adolescence, beyond childhood but before the traditional markers of adult life.
Plus, why we should stop looking for the next big thing.
Future-proof your career: Interview with Chris Bishop
Tom talks to Chris Bishop, a man on his eighth career who now helps others to future-proof theirs. Tom and Chris chat about how music became data in 1985, why the best advice is to "chase the maelstrom", and why the future doesn't care how you became an expert (courtesy of Thomas W. Malone).
Find out more about Chris at this places:
And check out his Future Career Toolkit - part of his LinkedIn Learning course called "Future proofing your data science career".
Interested? There's a 90-second overview on Vimeo here: https://vimeo.com/448958551.
S3 E2: Net luxury
Tom argues that the only way to tackle climate change is by offering people 'net luxury'.
Plus, Tom's talk to the property industry on the future of planning.