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Future Squared with Steve Glaveski - Helping You Navigate a Brave New World

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Stephen Hawking once said that intelligence is the ability to adapt to change... so let’s adapt. Hosted by author and entrepreneur, Steve Glaveski, Future Squared brings you conversations with preeminent thought leaders from myriad disciplines such as startups and entrepreneurship, technology, corpo… read more

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Episode #404: Cutting Corporate Red Tape and Bulls#!t with Martin Lindstrom

February 10th, 2021


Martin Lindstrom is the founder and chairman of Lindstrom Company, a global branding & culture transformation firm, operating across five …

Episode #403: Brad Feld on Depression and Work

February 3rd, 2021


Brad Feld is an American entrepreneur, author, blogger, and venture capitalist at Foundry Group in Boulder, Colorado. He joined me to discuss his …

Episode #402: Reinvent the Way You Work with Jonas Altman

January 21st, 2021


Jonas Altman is a workologist who guides companies to leave politics and posturing behind in favor of transparent and trusting cultures. He is the …

Rebroadcast: Robert Greene on the Laws of Human Nature

December 18th, 2020


This man needs no introduction but I’m going to give him one anyway.

Robert Greene is the author of the New York Times bestsellers The 48 Laws of Power, The Art of Seduction, The 33 Strategies of War, The 50th Law and …

Episode #401: SOWH3 - Burn the Books: Jordan Peterson, Penguin and the Hitler Youth?

December 2nd, 2020


“Where books are burned, in the end people will burn”. 

19th Century German author and literary critic, Heinrich Heine, spoke these words, and they were more than just a well sounding maxim. Totalitarian regimes thrive …

Episode #400: From Fijian Refugee to Billion Dollar Supplement Empire with Izhar Basha

November 17th, 2020


From humble beginnings with a small supplement retail store in Randwick, Izhar Basha has gone on to create and head internationally recognised and celebrated Australian supplements brand, EHPlabs. After an autoimmune …

Episode #399: SOWH2 - How Diversity Programs Backfire

November 14th, 2020


In the second installment of the Strong Opinions, Weakly Held series, I'll be tackling DEI programs, and how they can backfire and cause more harm than good.


Listen to Future Squared wherever you find your podcasts, …

Episode #398: Reviving a 200-Year-Old Whisky Distillery with David Prior

October 29th, 2020


David Prior is a lifelong entrepreneur. He founded Baroda Packaging, which was acquired in 2007, before turning his eye to yoghurt, with Five:AM Organics, which after just three years in the market was acquired for $80 …

Episode #397: Gad Saad on Social Justice Politics at Work

October 27th, 2020


Gad Saad is a Lebanese-Canadian evolutionary psychologist at the John Molson School of Business who applies evolutionary psychology to marketing and …

Episode #396: SOWH1 - Why Disney and Generalists Thrive in a Pandemic World

October 17th, 2020


In this very first instalment of the Strong Opinions, Weakly Held series, I'll be talking about why companies like Disney, and generalists in …

Episode #395: Becoming Financially Well with WeMoney's Dan Jovevski

October 16th, 2020


Dan Jovevski is an entrepreneur, and founder of WeMoney, an AI-based financial wellness platform set out to increase financial wellbeing for all Australians. The company closed a $2m round during the pandemic, which …

Episode #394: Get Twice as Much Done in Half the Time with Steve Glaveski

October 3rd, 2020


This is a repost of my recent interview with Lucas Aoun on the Boost Your Biology podcast, all about getting twice as much done in half the time.

We …

Episode #393: My new book, Time Rich, is out today + 10 Productivity Tips

September 30th, 2020


Today’s the day (finally)!

My fifth book, Time Rich: Do Your Best Work, Live Your Best Life, is now available.

The book was originally slated for release in May, but with all of the uncertainty surrounding coronavirus …

Episode #392: Spotify's Censorship Moment: Joe Rogan, Podcasts and Politics

September 27th, 2020


In this solosode of the Future Squared podcast, I tackle the recent news that Spotify's NYC staffers want the platform to censor one of the world's …

Rebroadcast: Focus on What You Can Control with Massimo Pigliucci

September 10th, 2020


In this special rebroadcast episode, we go back into the archives for a conversation on the philosophy of Stoicism, and on focusing on what you can …

Episode #391: Get Rich and Die Trying with John Roa

September 3rd, 2020


At the age of twenty-six, John Roa founded a tech-consulting and design firm,  ÄKTA,  that he sold for a fortune to Salesforce. 

His account of his …

Announcement: My New Podcast - Battle of the Bands

August 12th, 2020


I've just launched a new narrative form podcast called Battle of the Bands.

If you like Business Wars, and like music, then you'll love Battle of the least, I hope you will.

Check it out wherever you find …

Episode 390: Shaping the Future of Money with Daniel Cannizzaro

July 28th, 2020


In this episode of Future Squared, founder of Aussie fintech Parpera, shares his journey from Melbourne's northwestern suburbs to EY and London …

Episode #389: The Low Touch Economy with Nick De Mey

July 8th, 2020


Nick De Mey is founding partner of Board of Innovation, a Strategy & Business Design firm for corporates.

He heads up the Insights team, and recently published an in-depth report on The Low Touch economy, and what …

Episode #388: From Journalist to Poker Champion with Maria Konnikova

June 17th, 2020


Maria is the author of two New York Times best-sellers, The Confidence Game (Viking/Penguin 2016), winner of the 2016 Robert P. Balles Prize in …

Episode #387: Fighting Fear with Big Wave Surfer, Mark Mathews

June 11th, 2020


Mark Mathews is a professional big wave surfer who has made a living surfing waves up to 50 feet big.

He is a Red Bull athlete, has won three Oakley …

Episode #386: An interview with my mother, Miljana Glaveska

June 7th, 2020


In this episode of Future Squared, I interview my now 69-year-old mom, Miljana Glaveska.

While she doesn’t come to the show with the same kinds of …

Episode #385: Detoxification with Stefan Filippo

May 22nd, 2020


Stemming from chronic illness, health coach Stefan Filippo has made it his mission to learn about how the human body functions with the aim of improving his own health as well as educating and empowering others to …

Episode #384: Tony Nash on Building a 9-Figure Online Bookstore - Part One

May 21st, 2020


Tony Nash is co-founder and CEO of Booktopia, which employs 260 people, generates over $170M and sells one item every six seconds.

Tony’s story, …

Episode #383: Negotiate Anything with Alexandra Carter

May 20th, 2020


Alexandra Carter is a Clinical Professor of Law and Director of the Mediation Clinic at Columbia Law School. She has spent the last eleven years …

Episode #382: The Psychology of Friendship with Lydia Denworth

May 11th, 2020

Lydia Denworth is a contributing editor for Scientific American and writes the Brain Waves blog for Psychology Today.

She’s the author of three …

Episode #381: Alex Osterwalder on Building an Invincible Company

May 9th, 2020


This episode is brought to you by Collective Campus brand new online innovation courses. Whether you want to learn about business models and testing …

Episode #380: Rising From the Startup Ashes with Michael Fox

May 7th, 2020


Michael Fox is an entrepreneur and investor, best known for co-founding Shoes of Prey, the online retail startup that raised US$25M and grew its team to 200 people, before lagging demand forced the company to famously …

Episode #379: Caring for Seniors During the Pandemic

April 7th, 2020


Paul McIntyre is the host of ABC Radio’s ‘Medical Matters’ and has more than two decades of experience at ABC Radio. He is also a playwright and …

Episode #378: Steve Blank talks Virus Survival Strategies for Business

March 26th, 2020


Steve Blank - considered by many to be the father of modern entrepreneurship - returns to Future Squared to talk COVID19 virus survival strategies for business.

Steve is credited with spearheading the customer …

Episode #377: Boosting Your Immunity with Lucas Aoun

March 25th, 2020


Today I welcome back to the show biohacker, naturopath and human guinea pig, Lucas Aoun, who you might remember from episode 342.

Today, Lucas’ …

Episode #376: How to Avoid Going Crazy During COVID-19 Lockdown

March 24th, 2020


Many of us the world over now find ourselves in isolation, either forced to shelter in place as is the case in large parts of California, or practice …

Episode #375: 23 Steps to Surviving COVID19 for Startups and Small Business

March 21st, 2020


Successfully building a company is a Herculean feat at the best of times — 95% of startups fail and most small businesses close their doors before …

Episode #374: COVID-19 and How to Crush Working From Home

March 14th, 2020


COVID-19 has had a deleterious effect on our world as we know it.

First, it sent sharemarkets into a downward spiral, then it put countries such as

Episode #373: Turning Customers into Fans with David Meerman Scott

March 6th, 2020


David Meerman Scott is an internationally acclaimed business strategist, entrepreneur, advisor to emerging companies, and public speaker.

He is the Wall Street Journal bestselling author of ten previous books, including …

Episode #372: Seth Godin on Navigating Business and Life

February 20th, 2020


Seth Godin needs no introduction but I am going to give him one anyway.

He is the author of 19 books, and over 8,000 blog posts.

He’s a pre-eminent name in the world of entrepreneurship and marketing.

He has founded …

Episode #371: Building a $30M Surf Park with Andrew Ross

January 24th, 2020


Andrew Ross is the founder of URBNSURF, Australia’s first surf park, which opened its doors to the public in January of 2020 to much fanfare.

Prior to opening URBNSURF, Andrew spent twenty five years in various legal, …

Episode #370: Ultralearning with Scott H Young

January 16th, 2020


Scott H Young is a writer, programmer, traveler and avid reader of interesting things. For the last ten years he has been experimenting to find out how to learn and think better.

He’s the author of the Wall Street …

Episode #369: James Clear on Replacing Bad Habits with Good Habits

December 4th, 2019


James Clear is an author and speaker focused on habits, decision-making, and continuous improvement.

A freak baseball accident put James in a desperate place, fighting to recover from brain damage. The debilitating …

Episode #368: Capitalism, Inequality and Opportunity with Branko Milanovic

November 28th, 2019


Branko Milanovic is a Presidential Professor at the Graduate Center and a senior fellow at the Stone Center on Socio-Economic Inequality. He obtained his Ph. D. in economics from the University of Belgrade with a …

Episode #367: Becoming Indistractable with Nir Eyal

November 26th, 2019


Nir Eyal is the bestselling author of "Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products" and "Indistractable: How to Control Your Attention and Choose …

Announcing: My New Kids Entrepreneurship Picture Book, Lemonade Stand, is LIVE!

October 26th, 2019


Find out more about my new kids book, Lemonade STand: From Idea to Entrepreneur:


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Episode #366: The Early Days of Netflix with Marc Randolph

October 23rd, 2019


Marc Randolph is a veteran Silicon Valley entrepreneur, advisor and investor. Marc was co-founder of Netflix, serving as their founding CEO, as the …

Episode #365: Entrepreneurship in Schools with Don Wettrick

October 16th, 2019


Don Wettrick is the President and Founder of StartedUP, an organization dedicated to help transform the school culture toward innovation and enable …

Episode #364: Human Longevity with Kale Brock

October 12th, 2019


Kale Brock is an award nominated writer, filmmaker and speaker.

He’s the author of several books, including The Gut Healing Protocol, The Art Of …

Episode #363: Nintendo versus SEGA with Blake Harris

October 9th, 2019


Blake J. Harris is the bestselling author of Console Wars: Sega, Nintendo and the Battle that Defined a Generation, which is currently being adapted …

Episode #362: Own the AI Revolution with Neil Sahota

August 27th, 2019


Neil Sahota is an IBM Master Inventor, United Nations A.I. subject matter expert, professor at UC Irvine, and globally-recognized speaker and author. Neil is a founding member of the UN’s Artificial Intelligence for …

Episode #361: Mobility Matters with Aaron Aldred

August 22nd, 2019


Aaron Aldred is movement based performance trainer situated in Melbourne. With a Bachelors degree in Sports Science, he is currently training clients out of Focus Fitness Yarraville, a gym located in the inner west of …

Episode #360: Paul Roos on Leadership and Performance by Design

August 14th, 2019


Paul Roos is a former Australian rules footballer and senior coach in the Australian Football League (AFL). Roos represented Fitzroy and Sydney …

Episode #358: Are You Living or Existing?

July 25th, 2019


This past weekend I went snowboarding at Australia’s Mount Hotham.

While I have been a longtime skateboarder, and a short-time surfer, I’d never been snowboarding.

While my skating skills were somewhat transferable, it …

Episode #357: Behance's Scott Belsky on Startup to Scaleup to Big Exit

July 24th, 2019


Scott Belsky is the author of the international bestselling book MAKING IDEAS HAPPEN and his latest book, The Messy Middle, explores finding your way …

Episode #356: Bob Burg on Giving First

July 20th, 2019


Bob Burg is a sought-after speaker at company leadership and sales conferences sharing the platform with everyone from today’s business leaders and broadcast personalities to even a former U.S. President.

Bob is the …

Episode #355: Forever Noob

July 18th, 2019


“There is nothing permanent except change”. 

Heroclitus’ dictum is over 2,500 years old, and it’s more relevant than ever.

Moore’s law, the doubling …

Episode #354: Corporate Startup Partnerships with Bank of New Zealand

July 16th, 2019


In this episode of Future Squared, I bring you two executives from Bank of New Zealand - Lannon Durant - Senior Manager in BNZ’s Partnership Team, and Connor Shelley, Head of Transformation and Innovation. 

Bank of New …

Episode #352: How Big Is Your Team? Who Cares!

July 11th, 2019

“How Big Is Your Company?”

Human beings are social animals.

Henceforth, like a peacock signaling reproductive fitness with its large and colourful …

Episode #353: Trillion Dollar Coach with Google’s Jonathan Rosenberg and Alan Eagle

July 11th, 2019


Jonathan Rosenberg is the former Senior Vice President of Products at Google and current advisor to Alphabet Inc. CEO Larry Page.

Alan Eagle is the Director of Executive Communications at Google.

The pair co-wrote How …

Episode #351: Reach Peak Performance with Matt Belair

July 10th, 2019


Matthew Belair is a life long martial artist, knowledge seeker and explorer. He has travelled the world to train with masters, which include meditating with monks in Nepal, training MMA in Thailand and trekking Mount …

Episode #350: If you Know the Way Broadly, You Will See it in All Things

July 4th, 2019


When I launched this show I remember looking at other podcasts that had published over 300 hundred episodes and thinking that was truly insane….and …

Episode #349: From African Royalty to the Bronx with Remi Adeleke

July 3rd, 2019


Remi Adeleke is many things, former royalty, an ex-Navy Seal, an author, entrepreneur and producer.

But most of all, he’s a symbol of perseverance.

Episode #348: What Cobra Kai Teaches Us About Empathy

June 27th, 2019


Self-awareness is a hot topic nowadays.

You can hardly open a business or psychology book without coming across numerous mentions of emotional …

Episode #347: Don't Defer Your War

June 13th, 2019


Niccolo Machiavelli’s ‘The Prince’, written in the early 16th Century whilst living in exile, was a gift to Lorenzo Medici — defacto ruler of the …

Episode #346: The Introverted Founder

June 6th, 2019


When most people think of a successful entrepreneur, typically they think of a charismatic, outgoing, and brilliant leader; Jobs, Bezos or the …

Episode #345: Writing and Bitcoin Billionaires with Ben Mezrich

June 5th, 2019


With a writing career spanning 19 years, Mezrich has authored twenty books, with a combined printing of over 4 million copies, including the wildly …

Episode #344: Why and How to Train for Adversity

May 31st, 2019


“Nothing in this world can take the place of persistence. Talent will not: nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with talent. Genius will …

Episode #342: Human Performance Optimisation with Lucas Aoun

May 24th, 2019


From a very young age, Lucas Aoun became interested in the effects of certain foods and herbs on his own physiological and psychological performance. …

Episode #343: Can an Employee be an Entrepreneur?

May 23rd, 2019


I recently concluded an intense but rewarding podcast tour in support of my now newish book, Employee to Entrepreneur.

Having appeared on over 50 podcasts, I thought I had been asked just about everything on the topic …

Episode #341: Life as a Ghost with Daniel Paisner

May 15th, 2019


Daniel Paisner is one of the busiest collaborators in publishing. He's written over sixty books, on topics ranging from business and sports, to …

Episode #340: Storytelling and Hip-Hop with Raj Nathan

May 10th, 2019


Raj Nathan is a hypeman - no, he doesn’t wear a clock around his neck like Flavor Flav - he’s a startup hypeman, and his mission us to help companoes not suck at pitching and telling their story, so they stand out to …

Episode #338: Live an Optimised Life with Steve Brophy

May 3rd, 2019


Steve Brophy is a passionate and innovative educator with 17 years of experience both locally and internationally in K-12 schools. In his role as the …

Episode #337: Find Your Flow

May 2nd, 2019


How often do you find yourself in flow like the rock climber above; that place where you are so immersed in a solitary task that the rest of the …

Episode #336: Humor at Work with Andrew Tarvin

May 2nd, 2019


Andrew Tarvin is obsessed with efficiency. In fact, that's why he goes by Drew Tarvin, it's more efficient. As the world's first humor engineer, he …

Episode #335: Speedbump or Brick Wall?

April 26th, 2019


In life, we will inevitably face setbacks - we will come face to face with adversity, be it in our professional lives, or in our personal lives, especially if we’re working towards big hairy audacious goals.

But how you …

Episode #334: Ryan Serhant on Selling Your Way From Rags to Riches

April 24th, 2019


Ryan Serhantis a costar on Bravo's hit show Million Dollar Listing New Yorkand the star of Sell It Like Serhant. Ryan fell into real estate by …

Episode #333 Tom Ziglar on Transforming Your Life, One Simple Choice at a Time

April 19th, 2019


Tom Ziglar is the proud son of Zig Ziglar and the CEO of Ziglar, Inc. He joined the Zig Ziglar Corporation in 1987 and climbed from working in the warehouse, to sales, to management, and then on to leadership. Today, he …

Episode #332: What I Learned From Trying Standup Comedy

April 18th, 2019


Try one new thing a month.

This has been my mantra for several years now, and it has seen me try all manner of things, from rock-climbing and surfing to a barista course and learning the art of whisky making, to jumping …

Episode #331: Schedule time for Play.

April 11th, 2019


How often have you caught yourself uttering these words? If you really enjoy what you do, and are aligned with its purpose, you actually look forward to getting stuck into things on a Monday morning and might lament …

Episode #330: The Major Consequences of Australia's New Social Media Laws

April 9th, 2019


In the wake of the Christchurch shootings and the disturbing video that made the rounds on social media afterward, Australia’s Government expeditiously passed new legislation that puts the onus on tech companies to …

Episode #329: The Uncensored History of SIlicon Valley with Adam Fisher

April 2nd, 2019


Adam Fisher grew up in Silicon Valley playing Atari, programming computers, and reading science fiction. He still lives in the Bay Area but now spends his time thinking about the future, tracing it's origins, and …

Episode #328: Stop Letting Push Notifications Ruin Your Productivity

March 28th, 2019


Since our prehistoric ancestors used stone tools to start fires and hunt for prey, technology has made us more efficient and effective at what we do. …

Episode #327: Beware of Digital Agencies Selling Innovation

March 22nd, 2019


Welcome back to Future Squared for yet another installment of Fast Fix Friday, although this one is another not so fast fix edition.

In this episode, I aim to shine a light on the deceptive practices being carried out …

Episode #326: The Life Skills That Matter with Stephen Warley

March 15th, 2019


Stephen Warley is the founder of Life Skills That Matter. After being laid off 18 years ago, Stephen has interviewed over 500 people in professions as diverse as defence, finance, health, marketing and entrepreneurship, …

Episode #325: Three Leadership Myths

March 14th, 2019


in this episode, we bust three leadership myths. 


Employee to Entrepreneur book:

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Bonus Episode: The Millennial Mastermind, Brad Mulvey

March 12th, 2019


Brad Mulvey is the founder of Millennial Mastermind and host of the Millennial Mastermind Podcast.

His mission is to build a community of highly …

Episode #324: Productivity with Mike Vardy

March 8th, 2019


Mike Vardy is an author, speaker, and productivity and time management strategist.

He’s the founder of Productivityist, and the company's mission is to help people stop 'doing' productive and start 'being' productive …

Episode #323: Expand Your World View

March 7th, 2019


Hanging out with people just like us might be comfortable, but it doesn't do anything to expand our world view or make us more tolerant and creative. 

Audiobook is LIVE

March 4th, 2019


This is just a quick announcement-isode to let you know that the audiobook of Employee to Entrepreneur has just landed. 

Check it out on Audible at 

Episode #322: Walker Deibel on Acquiring Businesses Instead of Starting Them

March 1st, 2019


Walker Deibel is an acquisition entrepreneur. He has cofounded three startups and acquired seven companies. He currently serves as the President of …

Episode #321: Judgment Day

March 1st, 2019


The bots are here! 


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Episode #320: Beth Comstock on General Electric and How To Imagine It Forward in Large Companies

February 22nd, 2019


Beth Comstock is change maker who has helped people grapple with rapid-fire change and open up their companies to transformation. Before she ever led the reinvention of a team or a business, she learned to rely on her …

Episode #319: We're Wrong about Most of our Ideas...and Why That's OK!

February 21st, 2019


"We're wrong about most of our ideas most of the time" - Michael Shermer.



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Episode #318: Dr Michael Shermer on Death, the Meaning of Life and Tribalism in Tech

February 15th, 2019


Dr Michael Shermer is an American science writer, historian of science, founder of The Skeptics Society, and editor-in-chief of its magazine Skeptic. Shermer engages in debates on topics pertaining to pseudoscience and …

Episode #317: Overcoming Anticipation Anxiety

February 14th, 2019


A method I used to overcome my own anxiety, leading up to podcasts, that you might use to battle most forms of anxiety that you might be experiencing, both inside and outside the office.



Episode #316: Dr Joseph Mercola on Fat, Fasting and Keto

February 12th, 2019


Dr. Mercola is a board certified family physician that has treated 25,000 patients from around the world. He encourages and educates people about …

Episode #315: Sergei and Vadim Revzin on the Entrepreneurial Journey

February 8th, 2019


Sergei Revzin is a Venture Investor at the NYU Innovation Venture Fund where he leads the university’s technology investments. He has mentored …

Bonus Episode: James McKinney interviews Steve Glaveski on The Startup Story podcast

February 8th, 2019


Whilst I was in LA last month, or Orange County to be precise, I caught up with James McKinney, host of The Startup Story podcast, for a conversation on my transition from employee to entrepreneur.

James previously has …

Episode #314: 3 Ways to Learn Faster and Remember Longer

February 7th, 2019


If you have not yet had the opportunity to check out episode #313 with Jonathan Levi, I implore you to give it a listen - it is full of value bombs …

Episode #313: Jonathan Levi on Superhuman Learning and Memory

February 4th, 2019


Jonathan Levi is an experienced entrepreneur, angel investor, and lifehacker from Silicon Valley. Since 2014, Jonathan has been one of the top-performing instructors on Udemy, with his course Become a SuperLearner™

Episode #312: The Mask and the Shadow

January 31st, 2019


On a recent flight from Melbourne en route to Bangkok for the Innov8rs Conference, I was reading author Robert Greene’s new magnum opus, Laws of Human Nature. I had the honor of speaking with Greene on my podcast

Episode #311: Employee to Entrepreneur - Chapter One

January 29th, 2019


Here's a sneak peak into my brand new book, Employee to Entrepreneur: How to Earn Your Freedom and Do Work That Matters.

I'm heading into the studio today to record the actual audiobook, so this serves as a practice run.

Episode #310: Making Lemonade Out of Lemons

January 29th, 2019


Thanks to Jetstar, I got to test my character and make lemonade out of lemons recently.


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Episode #309: Whatever It Takes

January 17th, 2019


Sometimes in entrepreneurship, in innovation, and in life, you have to do whatever it takes. Sometimes it’s easier to just throw in the towel and quit, but if you want to do something bad enough, you’ll do whatever it …

Bonus Episode: Kate McCready on Conscious Leadership

January 15th, 2019


Kate McCready is a designer, coach and podcaster whose mission is to activate the potential in people and organizations to consciously craft their work for better lives and a better world.. 

She says that conscious …

Episode #308: The Value of Wasting Time

January 10th, 2019


In this episode, I ponder the sometimes unintended benefits of wasting time and procrastinating. 


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Episode #307: Fireside Chat with Steve Glaveski and Shay Namdarian

January 10th, 2019


I’ve had a crazy whirlwind week this week with my book, Employee to Entrepreneur: How to Earn Your Freedom and Do Work That Matters, finally dropping, having done book launched events in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney, …

It's Book Launch Day!

January 9th, 2019



It’s book launch day!

Today is the brand new book, Employee to Entrepreneur: How to Earn Your Freedom and Do Work That Matters, is out now at bookstores, both physical and digital, all over the world.

I’ve …

It's Book Launch Week!

January 6th, 2019


I hope you had a fantastic festive season and are ready to crush it in the new year!  I'd like to take this moment to wish you and yours an awesome, …

Episode #306: All Great Things Start From Small Beginnings

January 3rd, 2019


Today, as we embark upon a new year, I thought it would make sense to channel Cicero, Roman statesman, orator, lawyer and philosopher, who said that …

Bonus Episode: Standing on the Shoulders of Giants with Adam Jones and Adam Ashton

January 2nd, 2019


Adam Ashton and Adam Jones met as two young blokes while attending Monash University, studying commerce and structural engineering respectively. Both were keen on making the most of their advantaged access to education …

Episode #305: Setting Goals for 2019

December 27th, 2018


Reflecting on and setting new goals for a new year.


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Episode #304: Robert Greene on the Laws of Human Nature

December 21st, 2018


This man needs no introduction but I’m going to give him one anyway.


Robert Greene is the author of the New York Times bestsellers The 48 Laws of Power, The Art of Seduction, The 33 Strategies of War, The 50th Law and …

Episode #303: Beware of False Purposes

December 21st, 2018


According to Robert Greene, real purpose leads us upward, to a more human level. We improve our skills and sharpen our minds; we realize our potential and contribute to society. False purposes lead downward, to the …

Bonus Episode: Tom Heffner on Military Resilience and Innovation

December 18th, 2018


Tom Heffner is a podcaster, author, speaker, and innovation expert.  His goal is to help you thrive at work and in life and believes that every day, …

Episode #302: Why We Sleep

December 13th, 2018


Why we sleep...there's a lot more to it than you might think. ---

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Episode #301: Less Doing, More Living with Ari Meisel

December 7th, 2018


Ari Meisel is an entrepreneur, author, CEO, TED speaker, real estate developer, green building consultant, and productivity expert. A graduate of the …

Episode #300: Why we 'Grind'

December 7th, 2018


Celebrating 300 episodes of Future Squared with a simple reminder of why we 'grind'.



Episode #299: How to Build Authority and Systemize Your Business with Matt Wolfe and Joe Fier

December 6th, 2018


Welcome back to Future Squared for a special mid-week double trouble episode, as I bring you not one, but two guests.


Joe Fier is a creative who came to the table with a video editing turned outsourcing business. He’s …

Episode #298: Life-Changing Mental Shifts with Ajit Nawalkha

November 30th, 2018


Ajit came from humble beginnings. Born to a middle-income family in Jaipur, India, he grew up in an extended family of 23 other people under one roof. Space and money were scarce, and so as a little boy, he dreamt of …

Episode #297: What is Happiness?

November 29th, 2018


What is happiness? It's not just a dopaminergic hit. It's about something much deeper than that, that too many of us never truly reflect on. 

Show …

Episode #296: Jason Fried on Why It Doesn’t Have to Be Crazy at Work

November 23rd, 2018


Jason Fried thinks deeply about collaboration, productivity and the nature of work. He's the co-founder of project management platform Basecamp. …

Episode #295: Think Peacoats for Productivity

November 22nd, 2018


No, I'm not talking about those winter jackets - although that's a useful visual mnemonic, what I’m talking about is a deliberate productivity …

Bonus Episode: Side Hustling with Ryan Helms

November 18th, 2018


Ryan Helms is a full-time corporate warrior and part-time freedom chaser. He has a passion for financial freedom and creating great things. He is the …

Episode #294: Peter Bregman on Leading with Emotional Courage

November 16th, 2018


For over 30 years, Peter Bregman has worked with CEOs and senior leaders to help them create accountability and inspire collective action on their …

Episode #293: How to Do Twice as Much in Half the Time

November 15th, 2018


Almost every successful person I speak to says that focus is one of the key ingredients to their success, not only the entrepreneurial domain but …

Episode #292: Scott Anthony on How to Transform Large Companies

November 10th, 2018


Scott Anthony is a Managing Director at Innosight.

In his time with Innosight, Scott has advised senior leaders in companies such as Procter & Gamble, Johnson & Johnson, SingTel, Kraft, General Electric, LG, the …

Episode #291: Podcast Sneak Peak - Who Am I?

November 8th, 2018


In this week’s installment of Fast Fix Friday, I’m going to bring you the very first episode of the Employee to Entrepreneur podcast, that I launched earlier this week. You can find it on Apple and Google Podcasts, …

I've Just Launched a New Podcast!

November 5th, 2018


Long time listeners of the show will know that I have a book coming out called Employee to Entrepreneur: How to Earn Your Freedom and Do Work That …

Episode #290: Mick Wall on Four Decades in Rock Music Journalism

November 3rd, 2018


Mick Wall is an author, journalist, film, television and radio writer-producer, who’s worked inside the music industry for over 35 years. He is widely considered to be to music journalism what Keith Richards is to …

Episode #289: No Plan B

November 2nd, 2018


I just had the honour of interviewing the one and only Mick Wall, who is to music journalism what Keith Richards is to guitar. He has worked with everyone from Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath to Guns n Roses and Bon Jovi.

Episode #288: Build Your Personal Brand Online with Brittany Hennesy

November 1st, 2018


Brittany Hennessy is the author of Influencer: Building Your Brand in the Age of Social Media, she’s the first-ever Senior Director of Influencer Strategy & Talent Partnerships for Hearst Magazines Digital Media, …

Episode #287: Yes And, not No But

October 26th, 2018


When evaluating someone's idea, it's always tempting and easy to point out the myriad reasons why it won't work, instead of to add value and encourage. It's how we're wired. But humanity depends on our encouraging wild …

Episode #286: Philosophy and the Blockchain with Moresh Kokane

October 19th, 2018


Moresh Kokane is the founder of real estate crowdfunding company Estate Baron and co-founder of next-generation distributed share registry, Konkrete.

This conversation is very much a tale of two halves.

The first 50 …

Episode #285: How to Set, Achieve and Maintain High Standards

October 18th, 2018


This week’s inspiration comes from Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos’ 2018 shareholder letter.

The annual letter, which Bezos has published every year since …

Episode #284: Delight People with the Unexpected

October 11th, 2018


Humans beings are an interesting bunch. What we yearn for one day, we take for granted the next. Over the past one hundred years, we’ve learned to take electricity, running water, healthcare and the fact that we have an …

Episode #283: Wisdom at Work with Modern Elder, Chip Conley

October 6th, 2018


New York Times bestselling author and hospitality entrepreneur, Chip Conley is a leader at the forefront of the sharing economy. At age 26, the founder of Joie de Vivre Hospitality took an inner city motel and turned it …

Episode #282: Motivation 3.0

October 6th, 2018


In this episode of Fast Fix Friday, I explore human motivation.


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Episode #281: Life Lessons from the Cockpit of QF32 with Richard De Crespigny

September 28th, 2018


Melbourne born and educated, Richard Champion de Crespigny got his first taste of a future flying career as a 14-year-old when his father took him on …

Episode #280: Run in the Rain

September 28th, 2018


Oftentimes in life, you need to run in the rain.


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Episode #279: Steve Hughes on Comedy, Depression and the Downside of Political Correctness

September 23rd, 2018


Steve Hughes is an internationally renowned stand up comedian who tells it like it is, refusing to shy away from the confonting and what is often interpreted as controversial. Steve is incredibly observant, bringing …

Episode #278: Stop Drinking Somebody Else's Kool-Aid and Be Kinder to Yourself

September 20th, 2018


#Hustle #BeastMode #GetAfterIt

These are all hashtags that I have been guilty of using from time to time.

However, as I am now in the seventh year of my own entrepreneurial journey, I’ve come to realise that it is easy …

Episode #277: Book Summary - 21 Lessons for the 21st Century by Yuval Noah Harari

September 18th, 2018


Fresh off the back of the success of Sapiens and Homo Deus, Professor Yuval Noah Harari has returned with another book, not quite for the ages, but for the 21st Century.

21 Lessons for the 21st Century cuts through the …

Episode #276: The Corporate Startup with Dan Toma

September 14th, 2018


Dan Toma is the co-author The Corporate Startup: How Established Companies Can Develop Successful Innovation Ecosystems. Puzzled by the questions …

Episode #275: Elon Musk on JRE

September 13th, 2018


As a huge fan of both the Joe Rogan Experience podcast and Elon Musk, I (and millions of other people across the globe) could barely contain my …

Episode #274.5: Announcing Future Squared version T200

September 10th, 2018


Welcome back to Future Squared for episode #274... and a half.

The purpose of this episode is to announce what you might have noticed already, and that is the brand and direction refresh for the show.

When I started the …

Episode #274: How to Pitch Anything with Oren Klaff

September 7th, 2018


Oren is Director of Capital Markets at investment bank Intersection Capital where he manages its capital raising platform. From 2003-2008 as he applied his pioneering approaches to raising capital and incorporating …

Episode #273: Seven HUGE Lessons on B2B Sales

September 6th, 2018


Oren Klaff is the author of the classic bestseller on the science of persuasion and getting the deal done, Pitch Anything: An Innovative Method for Presenting, Persuading and Winning the Deal. Since its release in 2011 …

Episode #272: The First Writings of Napoleon Hill with Jeffrey Gitomer

September 1st, 2018


Jeffrey Gitomer is an author, speaker, podcast host, entrepreneur and the self-professed King of Sales.

Jeffrey has penned a number of books including the best-selling Sales Bible, which I am personally a huge fan of, …

Episode #271: Are You Getting Too Much of a Good Thing?

September 1st, 2018


In life, we grow up thinking that the more of a good thing we get, the better. More money, more education, more friends. But too much of a good thing is not only too much, but can actually be bad for us and have …

Episode #270: Doblin’s Ten Types of Innovation with Larry Keeley

August 27th, 2018


Larry Keeley is an innovation strategist who has worked for over four decades to develop more effective innovation methods. Larry is President and co-founder of Doblin Inc, an innovation strategy firm best known for the …

Episode #269: Time to Kill Innovation Theatre and Get Serious!

August 23rd, 2018


The late Stephen Hawking famously said that “intelligence is the ability to adapt to change”.

If you’re reading this, then it’s no secret that the world is changing fast thanks to Moore’s Law and its impact on …

Episode #268: How to Build Tech Products That Customers Love with Marty Cagan

August 20th, 2018


Before founding the Silicon Valley Product Group (SVPG) to pursue his interests in helping others create successful products through his writing, …

Episode #266: Mental Toughness with Jason Selk

August 16th, 2018


Dr. Jason Selk is a best-selling author, psychologist and two-time World Series winning sports psychologist with the St Louis Cardinals. In fact, …

Episode #267: 10 Life Lessons from Georges St Pierre

August 16th, 2018


If you’re not familiar who Georges St Pierre aka GSP is, he is arguably the ‘GOAT’, that is, the greatest of all time mixed martial artist. He is a …

Episode #265: Book Summary: The 33 Strategies of War

August 12th, 2018


As I’ve gone deeper and deeper into entrepreneurship and leaership roles in the past few years, I’ve develoepd an interest in learning from …

Episode #264: Georges St Pierre on Overcoming Adversity with Persistence, Confidence and Courage

August 12th, 2018


If you’re not familiar who Georges St Pierre aka GSP is, he is arguably the GOAT, that is, the greatest of all time mixed martial artist. He is a …

Episode #263: The Paradox of Choice

August 9th, 2018


In life, we’re often taught to think of having options as a good thing, but like most things, abundance usually creates scarcity elsewhere in our …

Episode #262: Melissa Ambrosini on Silencing Your Inner Critic

August 8th, 2018


Melissa Ambrosini is the bestselling author of Mastering Your Mean Girl and Open Wide, a keynote speaker, entrepreneur and self-love teacher.

In her signature straight-talking style, Melissa teaches women how to master …

Episode #261: Book Summary: Behave - The Biology of Humans at Our Best and Worst by Robert Sapolsky

August 6th, 2018


If you’re anything like me then you have a thirst for knowledge and consume a lot of content, whether it be through books, audiobooks, podcasts, blog posts, keynotes, conversations or a combination of all of the …

Episode #260: Increase Your Risk Tolerance

August 3rd, 2018


In poker, your bankroll represents how much money you’ve set aside exclusively to play.

Former World Series of Poker champion, author and decision …

Episode #259: Ben Greenfield on Total Body and Mind Optimisation

August 2nd, 2018


Ben Greenfield is a biohacker, human body and brain performance coach, ex-bodybuilder, Ironman triathlete, professional Spartan athlete, anti-aging …

Episode #258: Three Innovation Myths BUSTED!

July 26th, 2018


In this instalment of Fast Fix Friday I bust three innovation myths.  


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Episode #257: Alex Osterwalder on Taking a Portfolio Approach to Disruptive Innovation

July 26th, 2018


Alex is an entrepreneur, speaker and business model innovator. He is co-founder of Strategyzer, a SaaS company that helps organizations develop new …

Episode #256: You Can't Innovate Because You Were Born That Way

July 20th, 2018


In this instalment of Fast Fix Friday I explore how the real reason traditional large companies struggle to innovate could be physiological.  


Episode #255: Rand Fishkin Returns to Talk The Hard Truth About Building a Startup

July 20th, 2018



Rand Fishkin is the founder of SparkToro and was previously cofounder of Moz and He’s dedicated his professional life to helping people do better marketing through the Whiteboard Friday video series and …

Episode #254: 12 Ways to Maintain Your Energy and Enthusiasm

July 12th, 2018


Oftentimes when we first embark upon something, be it a new romantic relationship, or a new business, our dopamine receptors are super-active. However, over time, they get blunted and require a higher frequency or …

Episode #253: James Nguyen on the Evolution of You

July 8th, 2018


James Nguyen is the co-founder and managing partner of Anti-Hero Capital, the first investment fund exclusively dedicated to investing in blockchain …

Episode #252: Floptus Sport and the Five Whys

July 5th, 2018


Many have credited Optus for taking ownership with the advertisements it took out on page two of newspaper across Australia, admitting its …

Episode #251: The Everything Episode

June 29th, 2018


In this funisode of Future Squared, I welcome back into the fold my colleagues Sean and Shay to talk about, well...everything we wanted to.

Namely, …

#250: Strategies of War

June 28th, 2018


This week I explore existing literature on strategies of war, and discuss many of them that are relevant to the workplace as well. 


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Episode #249: Strong Opinions, Loosely Held...and the Intellectual Dark Web.

June 21st, 2018


I cringe when I hear of school debates that advise students to argue a position even if the factual information they use isn’t 100% accurate, so long …

Episode #248: The Odyssey

June 15th, 2018


This week, I tell the 100 word version of the Odyssey and relate it to entrepreneurship. 


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Episode #247: I Feel The Need, The Need For Speed

June 7th, 2018


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Episode #246: How to stay innovative at a fintech startup turned global financial services behemoth with Mike Todasco

June 2nd, 2018


Mike Todasco is the Director of Innovation at PayPal responsible for increasing the creative output of employees across the company. Prior to that Mike spent time at PayPal in Product Management, Product Marketing, …

Episode #245: The Value of Traveling Solo

May 30th, 2018


In this episode of Fast Fix Friday I explore the value of traveling solo all the way from sunny Lincoln, Nebraska. 


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Episode #244: Is entrepreneurship for you and, what kind of entrepreneurship?

May 24th, 2018


It seems that everybody wants to build the next UBER, the next unicorn, but do you need to?

Would you not be happy generating a six-figure income …

Episode #243: The Art of Zen with Sherry Walling

May 23rd, 2018



Dr. Sherry Walling is the life force behind ZenFounder. She is a licensed clinical psychologist with extensive experience treating stress-related …

Episode #242: How I Got Fired From My First Real Job

May 17th, 2018


In this episode of Fast Fix Friday, I get vulnerable and reveal a personal story on how I got fired from my first real job...and more importantly, …

Episode #241: Jeremy Heimans on New Power

May 16th, 2018


Jeremy Heimans is the co-founder and CEO of Purpose, an organization headquartered in New York that builds and supports social movements around the …

Episode #240: The Number One Reason Your Organisation Can't Innovate

May 10th, 2018


In this week's instalment of Fast Fix Friday, I talk about the number one thing holding back your organization from innovating.


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Episode #239: Grant Cardone on 10Xing your Business and Life

May 5th, 2018


Grant Cardone is a New York Times bestselling author and an internationally renowned speaker on leadership, real estate investing, entrepreneurship, and finance. His 5 privately held companies have annual revenues …

Episode #238: The Rise of China and what Corporate Innovation teams can learn from it.

May 3rd, 2018


For many years China was considered a basketcase with its population, resigned to a life of poverty in the rice fields .

Yet today, 120 million …

Episode #237: Fear Distorts Fact

April 26th, 2018


Fears that once helped keep our ancestors alive, today, more of often than not, serve to limit our experience of life.


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Episode #236: Adam Grant on Making Work Suck Less

April 21st, 2018


Adam Grant has been Wharton’s top-rated teacher for four straight years. He has been recognized as one of the world’s 25 most influential management thinkers and the world's top 40 business professors under 40. Adam is …

Episode #235: Why You Should...Leave Things Unfinished?

April 19th, 2018


Today, I want to talk why you should leave things unfinished.

What's that you say? This doesn’t sound like the Steve we know. And you’d be right to …

Episode #234: 5 Ways You're Sabotaging Your Organisation

April 12th, 2018


On 17 January 1944, the Office of the Strategic Services of the CIA issued the Simple Sabotage Field Manual. The manual remained classified for decades, becoming declassified in 2008.

The purpose of the manual was to …

Episode #233: Arj Barker on What It Takes to Make It and Sustain It

April 11th, 2018


Arj started his career in comedy after graduating from high school in 1989. His first gigs were at an old café called Caffe Nuvo in downtown San …

Episode #232: Rise of the Rest with Brian Ardinger

April 8th, 2018


Brian Ardinger is the founder of NXXT, the podcast, and the Inside/Outside Innovation Summit. For over 25 years Brian has been helping entrepreneurs and enterprises navigate and compete in a world of …

Episode #231: My Smartphone Addiction and How I Overcame It

April 5th, 2018


On October 23, 2001, using the slogan “1000 songs in your pocket”, Steve Jobs introduced the original iPod which left us enamoured and with it he ushered in a new age that, with the launch of the iPhone six years later …

Episode #230: VR, Media and Metal with Jon Satterley

March 31st, 2018


Jon Satterley is an experienced entertainment & media industry executive and thought leader. I have been recognized as an innovator with expert …

Episode #229: How We F*#cked Up

March 29th, 2018


In the early days of Collective Campus, like most new organisations, we kept ourselves afloat by taking part time jobs on the side and working with a …

Episode #228: Making Better Decisions with Annie Duke

March 24th, 2018


Annie Duke has leveraged her expertise in the science of smart decision making to excel at pursuits as varied as championship poker to public speaking. Her first book for general audiences, “Thinking in Bets: Making …

Episode #227: What Are You Fighting For?

March 22nd, 2018


What are you fighting for?

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Episode #226: The Hidden Power of Networks with David Burkus

March 17th, 2018


In this episode of Future Squared, I welcome back DAVID BURKUS, named one of the world’s top business thought leaders by Thinkers50 last year.


His forthcoming book, FRIEND OF A FRIEND, offers readers a new perspective …

Episode #225: Better before Bigger

March 15th, 2018


While spreading the butter thin might be good for the waistline, it won’t be as good for your business or career.

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Episode #224: The Science of Lean, DevOps and Building High Performing Organisations with Nicole Forsgren

March 10th, 2018


Today, I am speaking with Nicole Forsgren.

Nicole is an IT impacts expert who is best known for her work with tech professionals and as the lead …

Episode #223: We Are All Teachers

March 8th, 2018


In this episode of Fast Fix Friday, I talk about something that we are all liable to be blindsided by.


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Episode #222: The Case Against Education with Bryan Caplan

March 3rd, 2018


Bryan Caplan is Professor of Economics at George Mason University.

He is the author of The Myth of the Rational Voter which was named "the best …

Episode #221: Amplify Your Introduction Requests

March 1st, 2018


If you’re asking for a warm introduction to somebody, you might do what I’ve done successfully a number of times, which is to browse your contact’s …

Episode #220: Expanding the Limits of Human Endurance with Alex Hutchinson

February 24th, 2018


Alex Hutchinson is National Magazine Award-winning journalist who writes about the science of endurance for Runner’s World and Outside, and frequently contributes to other publications such as the New York Times and the …

Episode #219: OODA (Observe, Orient, Decide, Act)

February 22nd, 2018


The OODA loop was a tool developed by military strategist John Boyd. Boyd was a US Air Force fighter pilot and Pentagon consultant whose theories …

Episode #218: Virtual Reality with Jeremy Bailenson

February 16th, 2018


Jeremy Bailenson is founding director of Stanford University’s Virtual Human Interaction Lab and a Faculty Leader at Stanford’s Center for Longevity. …

Episode #217: How to Have More FInishing Kicks to Increase your Productivity

February 15th, 2018


I recently interviewed Alex Hutchinson, author of Endure: Mind, Body, and the Curiously Elastic Limits of Human Performance.

Almost a decade ago, …

Episode #216: Blockchain and the Law with Primavera De Filippi

February 10th, 2018


Primavera De Filippi is a permanent researcher at the National Center of Scientific Research (CNRS) in Paris. She is faculty associate at the Berkman …

Episode #215: The End of Deep Leisure

February 9th, 2018


May 29, 2000. I still remember this day like it was yesterday.

I was 16 years old and had eagerly been awaiting the new release from one of my …

Episode #214: Discipline

February 1st, 2018


Today, I talk discipline, and how small decisions made repeatedly could be the difference between a super fulfilling life and a less than rewarding …

Episode #213: The Introverted Leader with Jennifer Kahnweiler

February 1st, 2018


Jennifer B. Kahnweiler, Ph.D. Certified Speaking Professional, is an author and global speaker hailed as a “champion for introverts.” Her bestselling books The Introverted Leader, Quiet Influence, and The Genius of …

Episode #212: Ideas are Overrated

January 25th, 2018


First up, to Future Squared listeners downunder, happy Australia Day, I trust that your day will be jam packed with cold beers, lamb chops and for …

Episode #211: The Rise of Tech Addiction with Adam Alter

January 25th, 2018


Welcome to Future Squared for episode #211, our first guest interview of the year. I’m absolutely psyched to be bringing you Adam Alter.


Adam is an …

Episode #210: Breaking Down the 80:20 Principle to 50:1

January 18th, 2018


80:20 should be nothing new to listeners of Future Squared but breaking it down in order to identify and leverage your highest value customers to …

Episode #209: Technology and Innovation in 2018 - Musings and Predictions

January 13th, 2018


In this episode of Future Squared, we welcome back Sean and Shay from Collective Campus to talk about our musings, ponderings and predictions for …

Episode #208: How to Set and Achieve Your Goals

January 11th, 2018


Welcome back for another big year of Future Squared and a very happy new year to you, I hope that this year brings you prosperity, growth, …

Episode #207: Stop Doing the Wrong Things Right with the Five Whys

December 21st, 2017


Welcome back for episode #207 of Future Squared for what is the last instalment of Fast Fix Friday, in fact the last instalment of Future Squared for …

Episode #206: How to make Better Decisions

December 14th, 2017


Every day we’re tasked with making decisions.

Most of the time, these decisions are small (like deciding whether or not to floss today).

However, small things done consistently poorly versus consistently well over the …

Episode #205: Tim O’Reilly on What’s The Future (WTF?)

December 9th, 2017


Tim O’Reilly popularised the terms Open Source and Web 2.0

He is the founder and CEO of O’Reilly Media which delivers online learning, publishes …

Episode #204: 5 Ways Investment Can Kill Innovation

December 7th, 2017


Collective Campus in its third year now and in that time I’m proud to say that, unlike other consultancies and education providers that have come …

Episode #203: Perry Marshall on 80/20 Sales and Marketing

December 2nd, 2017


Perry Marshall is one of the world's most expensive and sought-after business consultants, endorsed by FORBES, INC Magazine, and the most respected …

The Most Valuable Thing I've Learned Hosting This Podcast

November 30th, 2017


On this podcast I’ve been fortunate enough to speak to a lot of thought leaders, and what becomes clear, after having spoken to almost 100 of them so far, is that no matter how educated, experienced or accomplished they …

Episode #201: The Future of Real Estate with Charter Hall, Equiem, realAS and Loc8

November 27th, 2017


As you may know Collective Campus is powering the Charter Hall PropTech Accelerator, Asia-Pac’s first proptech startup accelerator.

As part of the …

Episode #200: The Hidden DNA of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google with Scott Galloway

November 25th, 2017


Welcome back to Future Squared for a very special milestone episode number 200…. it seems like just yesterday I was sitting down with my co-founder and bashing out episode #1. That was now over 20 months ago and in that …

Episode #199: The Difference Between Design Thinking, the Lean Startup and Agile

November 23rd, 2017


As more large companies begin to embark upon audacious transformation plans and set up innovation teams, more corporate professionals are being introduced to a world in which terms like design thinking, lean, agile, …

Episode #198: UnBranding with Alison Stratten

November 18th, 2017


Alison Stratten is co-author of 4 best selling business books, co-owner of UnMarketing Inc and co-host of The UnPodcast - the other half of that co, her husband Scott, who was named one of the Top 5 Social Media …

Episode #197: What corporate innovation teams can learn from Jeff Immelt's ousting at GE

November 16th, 2017


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Episode #196: Innovation in Water with Sean Hanrahan

November 15th, 2017


Sean is the Senior Environmental Strategist at City West Water where he works across a range of areas including climate change, renewable energy, resource recovery and sustainability. More recently, Sean has managed …

Episode #195: The Corporate Innovation Trade-Off

November 3rd, 2017


More often than not, senior management and the C-suite assume that exploring disruptive innovation is incredibly risky, and it is. It’s often a key …

Episode #194: The Future of Entertainment with Village Roadshow and Microsoft

October 31st, 2017


Collective Campus recently announced the AsiaPac’s first virtual and augmented reality startup accelerator, the Village Roadshow Xperience …

Episode #193: Talking Education in Schools with Steve Brophy and Dean Pearman

October 28th, 2017


I recently had the pleasure of appearing on the Design and Play podcast with Steve Brophy and Dean Pearman, two teachers that are actively raising awareness for and doing their best to drive much needed change in K12 …

Episode #192: How to Use Virtual Assistants to Create More Impact with Your Life

October 26th, 2017


I’ve been using virtual assistants for several years. Today, virtual assistants are a big part of the reason why I can maintain what people consider a very high output (in the past two years - in addition to running an …

Episode #191: Corporate Innovation at Singapore Post with Bernard Leong

October 24th, 2017


Bernard Leong is currently the Head of Post Office Network & Digital Services in Singapore Post, an angel investor within the Southeast Asia entrepreneurial ecosystem and founder of the Analyse Asia podcast where he …

Episode #190: Learning How to Learn

October 19th, 2017


The world is changing faster than ever and up to 60% of today’s jobs are likely to be automated in the next 10-15 years, yet most of what children …

Episode #189: Find Your Why with David Mead

October 14th, 2017


David Mead is an author and igniter for Simon Sinek, author of three best-selling books: Start With Why, Leaders Eat Last and Together is Better.

Simon and David have just penned and released Find Your Why: A Practical …

Episode #188: Smell Don't Tell: How to Get Buy-In

October 13th, 2017


Winning buy-in from senior and middle management for corporate innovation initiatives is one of the biggest challenges intrapreneurs face.

Oftentimes, intrapreneurs resort to presentations and meetings with executives …

Episode #187: Liz Wiseman on Multiplier Leadership

October 7th, 2017


Liz Wiseman teaches leadership to executives around the world. She is president of The Wiseman Group, a leadership research and development center headquartered in Silicon Valley, California.

Liz is the author of the …

Episode #186: The One Metric That Matters for Corporate Innovation

October 5th, 2017


What gets measured gets managed.

When it comes to corporate innovation, it’s easy to focus on metrics such as ideas captured by an idea challenge, the number of prototypes developed or experiments run.

But with most …

Episode #185: Tim Harford Returns to talk 50 Things That Made the Modern Economy

September 30th, 2017


Today, we welcome to the show for a 3rd time, the one and only Tim Harford.

Tim is an economist, author, TED speaker, journalist and broadcaster.

He is author of “Messy” and the million-selling “The Undercover …

Episode #184: My best friend in childhood that I lost to the lure of cool

September 29th, 2017


In this episode of Fast Fix Friday I share a personal story about a childhood friend of mine and why teaching entrepreneurship to kids is about a lot …

Episode #183: Cy Wakeman on Silencing Your Ego and Why Employee Accountability Should Come Before Engagement

September 23rd, 2017


Cy Wakeman is a dynamic international keynote speaker, business consultant, New York Times bestselling author, and global thought leader with over 25 …

Episode #182: 3 Cognitive Biases that Inhibit Innovation

September 21st, 2017


While we - human beings - like to think of ourselves as rational creatures, the truth is we are anything but.

We are prone to over 100 cognitive biases that may subconsciously shape our perceptions, beliefs and …

Episode #181: $100K to $100M with Jason Calacanis

September 16th, 2017


Jason Calacanis is a tech entrepreneur, wildly successful angel investor, and the host of the popular weekly podcast This Week in Startups. He's the …

Episode #180 - The Peril of Social Media Algorithms

September 14th, 2017


Today, an important observation I’ve made this week.

Regular listeners will know that I’m a prolific blogger, if I can use that term, of sorts, …

Episode #179: The Business Case Alternative - How to Support Disruptive Innovation at a Large Company

September 10th, 2017


Disruptive ideas usually don’t see light of day at large companies. And when they do, it’s not for long.

This is because traditional financial …

Episode #178: How to Incentivise People to Give You Product Feedback

September 7th, 2017


Get out of the building from day one they say.

It will be fun they say.

The whole concept of coming up with an idea, writing a problem or solution …

Episode #177: Gretchen Rubin on The Four Tendencies

September 2nd, 2017


Gretchen Rubin is the author of The Happiness Project, Happier at Home, Better Than Before, and her newest book, The Four Tendencies - The Indispensable Personality Profiles That Reveal How to Make Your Life Better (and …

Episode #176: KPIs and Incentivise to encourage Corporate Innovation

August 31st, 2017


I left the corporate world years ago not only because I managed to raise funding to pursue my own startup ideabut mostly because there was little to no incentive for managers to encourage new ideas or change.

Managers …

Episode #175: Peak Performance with Brad Stulberg

August 26th, 2017


Brad Stulberg writes about health and the science of human performance. He is a columnist with Outside Magazine and New York Magazine and has also …

Episode #174: Why Honesty and Transparency underpins the Sharing Economy

August 25th, 2017


Recently staying in a hotel I had a less than perfect experience, being moved rooms at my inconvenience and a few power outages. Although incredibly …

Episode #173: Best Of: Rituals and Routines of Future² Guests

August 20th, 2017


If you’re a long-time listener you’d be very familiar with the three lightning round questions I ask my guests at the end of each show - one of which is on the daily rituals and routines they maintain to stay on top of …

Episode #172: The 4 Ps of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

August 18th, 2017


When it comes to innovation and entrepreneurship, a number of core qualities or attributes are fundamental to success, which are best encapsulated by …

Episode #171: Ask Me Anything (AMA) with Steve Glaveski

August 13th, 2017


In this episode of Future Squared, I answer a number of questions that have been posed to me, either from workshop participants or from emails and tweets I’ve received from listeners. If you like this AMA, I’ll bring …

Episode #170: It's not just about what you do when you feel like it...

August 11th, 2017


In this episode, I talk how I'm feeling right now and a big choice I had to make when waking up, post holiday this morning.


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Ep#169: Disrupt the Public Sector, Innovation in Government: Jamie Skella, Maz Alvaro & Janna McCann

August 5th, 2017


Collective Campus hosted Disrupt the Public Sector, its annual conference on innovation in Government, for the third time this year as part of the …

Episode #168: Top 10 Company Pivots of All Time

August 3rd, 2017


While there’s much talk emanating out of Silicon Valley nowadays that “pivot is the new fail”, when the term first gained popularity off the back of …

Episode #167: Bitcoin, Blockchain and the Internet of Money with Andreas Antonopoulos

July 29th, 2017


Andreas M. Antonopoulos is a technologist and serial entrepreneur who has become one of the most well-known and well-respected figures in bitcoin. He …

Episode #166: 8 Types of Corporate Startup Partnerships

July 27th, 2017


Large organisations are engaging startups in growing numbers, due in part to a realisation that companies have not been built to respond to the accelerating pace of change in a timely manner, and that short of …

Episode #165: The Secret Ingredient Behind the World’s Best Teams with Sam Walker

July 23rd, 2017


Sam Walker is The Wall Street Journal’s deputy editor for enterprise, the unit that oversees the paper’s in-depth page-one features and investigative …

Episode #164: Ethics and Evolution

July 20th, 2017


I facilitated a panel discussion on innovation in Government recently and was asked whether or not Government has a responsibility to keep its …

Episode #163: Everybody Lies with Seth Stephens-Davidowitz

July 15th, 2017


Seth Stephens-Davidowitz is a New York Times op-ed contributor, a visiting lecturer at The Wharton School, and a former Google data scientist. He …

Episode #162: Are you really happy at work? Six key factors to consider.

July 12th, 2017


Mark Twain famously said that “whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, stop and reflect”. It’s easy for us to get sucked into the matrix and grind out work, day after day, and look around at our …

Episode #161: Kevin Kelly on the Inevitable

July 8th, 2017


Kevin Kelly is Senior Maverick at Wired magazine. He co-founded Wired in 1993, and served as its Executive Editor for its first seven years. He is …

Episode #160: Why we need to learn something new every damn day.

July 5th, 2017


This week I had a conversation with Kevin Kelly, of Wired fame, on education. Find out why we need to keep learning, every damn day, in this episode of Future Squared and listen to my chat with Kevin Kelly this weekend …

Episode #159: Step Outside Your Comfort Zone with Andy Molinsky

July 1st, 2017


Andy Molinsky is a Professor of International Management and Organizational Behavior at Brandeis University's International Business School, with a …

Episode #158: Corporate Innovation in Asia-Pacific

June 29th, 2017


This is a special midweek bonus episode! I joined Bernard on his popular Analyse Asia podcast to talk corporate innovation in Asia Pacific. We …

Episode #157: Stoic words of wisdom...and a new podcast!

June 29th, 2017


Some words of wisdom on learning from Epictetus and introducing our brand new podcast! Check out Corporate Innovation School on iTunes, Soundcloud, …

Episode #156: Growth Hacking with Sean Ellis

June 24th, 2017


Sean Ellis is CEO and founder of, the number one online community built for growth hackers. He coined the term "growth hacking" in 2010, after using it to ignite growth for Dropbox, Eventbrite, LogMeIn …

Episode #155: Funisode on a Singaporean balcony

June 22nd, 2017


In this episode of Future Squared, Steve is joined by colleagues Shay Namdarian and Sean Qian atop the balcony of a Singapore high rise on a slightly …

Episode #154: 5 Ways to Prevent Your Innovation Lab from Failing

June 22nd, 2017


This week we're going to talk how to stop your innovation lab from failing. 10 new labs opened their doors each month from March to October 2016 globally. One in three corporations has some kind of innovation lab, but …

Episode #153: Jordan Harbinger on the Art of Charm

June 16th, 2017


Jordan Harbinger is an entrepreneur, talk show host and world-renowned social dynamics expert. As co-founder of The Art of Charm, Jordan has helped develop one of the leading self-development programs in the world, with …

Episode #152: The Hard Truth about Corporate Innovation

June 15th, 2017


Just yesterday, one of Australia’s long running broadcast networks, TEN, went into voluntary administration after reporting a $232 million loss - …

Episode #151: Massimo Pigliucci on How to be a Stoic

June 10th, 2017


Massimo Pigliucci is a Professor of Philosophy at the City University of New York. His research is concerned with philosophy of science, the relationship between science and philosophy, and the nature of pseudoscience.

Episode #150: Control Only What's in your Power

June 8th, 2017


We have a bit of fun in this instalment of Fast Fix Friday!


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Episode #149: Drew Koven on Impact Investing, Diversity and Inclusion

June 3rd, 2017


This instalment of Future Squared is a little bit different. I had two big name guests lined up this week but both had to reschedule their interviews …

Episode #148: Movie Giant Confident Online Rentalz a Passing Fad

June 1st, 2017


We have a bit of fun in this instalment of Fast Fix Friday!


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Episode #147: The Mindful Entrepreneur with Joel Gerschman and Howard Finger

May 27th, 2017


We bring you not one, but two guests, in this week’s episode of Future Squared.

First, Joel Gerschman. Joel is a leading coach, author and educator in the field of business growth, management and leadership.

Drawing on …

Episode #146: Time to Disrupt your Employee Performance Reviews

May 25th, 2017


This week, I’m going to pass the mic over to my colleague and go to guy for all things CX and design thinking Mr Shay Namdarian, who you might …

Episode #145: Brad Feld on Corporate Innovation, Building Startup Ecosystems and Techstars Adelaide

May 20th, 2017


Brad Feld has been an early stage investor and entrepreneur since 1987. Prior to co-founding venture capital firm Foundry Group, he co-founded Mobius Venture Capital and, prior to that, founded Intensity Ventures. Brad …

Episode #144: 13 Must Haves BEFORE You Run a Corporate Hackathon or Innovation Bootcamp

May 18th, 2017


In an era where every large company is under pressure to innovate, or at least show that they’re being innovative, it can be all too tempting to take …

Episode #143: Boost Your Sales EQ with Jeb Blount

May 13th, 2017


Jeb Blount is a Sales Acceleration Specialist who helps sales organizations reach peak performance fast by optimizing talent, leveraging training to …

Episode #142: If Geeks are the new Cool, will we lose fewer of them? A tale from my childhood.

May 11th, 2017


Technology is not just an enabler of new business models. It’s an enabler of young talent and the earlier we encourage kids to start exploring the …

Episode #141: How To Be Everything with Emilie Wapnick

May 6th, 2017


Emilie Wapnick is a writer, career coach, blogger, and community leader. She is the founder and creative director at, where she helps …

Episode #140: How to Identify Synergies between Corporates and Startups

May 4th, 2017


It’s been well documented by the likes of Steve Blank and Clayton Christensen that if you want explore disruptive innovation in a large company, you have to redesign or create parallel processes, systems and values …

Episode #139: The Do-Over with Jon Acuff

April 28th, 2017


Jon Acuff is the New York Times Bestselling author of five books including his most recent, Do Over: Make today the first day of your new career.For 19 years he’s helped some of the biggest brands in the world tell …

Episode #138: 10 Ways to Get Buy-in for Corporate Innovation

April 27th, 2017


Recorded in a hurry in transit at Kuala Lumpur airport, this Fast Fix Friday delves into 10 ways to get buy-in from executives for corporate innovation initiatives and projects. Try them at home! 


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Episode #137: Our Driverless Future with Evangelos Simoudis

April 22nd, 2017


In today’s episode of Future Squared, we welcome back Evangelos Simoudis, a recognized expert on big data strategies and corporate innovation who first joined usin episode #20 of Future Squared when we discussed …

Episode #136: Educate Your Investors

April 20th, 2017


If you’re a corporate innovator or a startup entrepreneur, reliant on funding to get going, then you need to do one thing, no it’s not raise funding, it’s educate your prospective investors or ensure that they are …

Episode #135: Profit First with "Motorbike" Mike Michalowicz

April 16th, 2017


By his 35th birthday Mike Michalowicz had founded and sold two multi-million dollar companies. Confident that he had the formula to success, he …

Episode #134: Design Thinking is Never Enough

April 13th, 2017



I’d like to take a quick moment to share that I will be taking part in the CEO Sleepout this June to raise awareness of and funds for the homeless. I’m trying to raise $5,000 and if you can spare just $5, I’d love …

Episode #133: The Employee Experience Advantage with Jacob Morgan

April 8th, 2017


Jacob Morgan is a best-selling author, speaker, and futurist. He explores what the future of work is going to look like and how to create employee experiences so that people want to show up to work. Jacob has presented …

Episode #132: 15 Attributes of the Corporate Innovator

April 6th, 2017


If your organisation is embarking upon an innovation program, you need to get the right people on the first the prospect or participating in an innovation program will seem exciting to everybody and many people …

Episode #131: Book Launch - Day 5 of 5...and a final word on 10X mindsets!

April 2nd, 2017


We've made it to the end of the 5 day book free promo and what a journey it's been!

The objective of any author who runs a free ebook promo on Amazon is to promote the hell out of it and get their book to #1 in …

Episode #130: Carrie Green means Business!

April 1st, 2017


Carrie Green is the founder of the Female Entrepreneur Association, an online platform to inspire and empower female entrepreneurs from around the …

Episode #129: Book Launch Day 4 of 5 - 1,500 downloads and counting!

April 1st, 2017


It’s day 4 of our 5 day book promo for The Innovation Manager's Handbook and the book is still going strong with over 1,500 downloads so far.

Want a free hardcopy? I'll send a signed copy to the first ten people who …

Episode #128: Book Launch Day 3 of 5...and a very special offer!

March 31st, 2017


It's day 3 of our 5 day book promotion and we have just surpassed 1,000 downloads! Thanks to everybody who has supported the book and helped to spread the word thus far! Special Offer: If you SHARE the free book offer …

Episode #127: Company Environments Determine Innovation Efforts

March 30th, 2017


In today's episode of Fast Fix Friday, I discuss how an organisation's environment can be the difference between incremental thinking and …

Episode #126: Book Launch Day 2 of 5 - #1 on Amazon & 3 Mistakes Corporate Innovation Teams Make!

March 30th, 2017


It's day 2 of our 5 day book promotion and we are already number one on Amazon! If you haven't already, make sure to download a copy while its free at In today's episode we talk 3 common …

Episode #125: Book Launch Day 1 of 5!

March 29th, 2017


My new book is finally out and it’s going to be a big few days ahead as the team and I make our way through a huge backlog of promotional tasks, including this one! The Innovation Manager's Handbook v2 - Float Like a …

Episode #124: Tyler Cowen on the Complacent Class.

March 25th, 2017


Tyler Cowen is an American economist, academic, and writer. He is Chair of economics, as a professor at George Mason University, and is co-author, of …

Episode #123: 10 Ways to Balance Innovation with Business Objectives

March 23rd, 2017


‍I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Lawrence Levy, former CFO of Pixar Animation Studios.

Levy worked closely with Jobs and the Pixar team to design and implement a roadmap that transformed what was a sleepy …

Episode #122: Take Company Culture to Infinity and Beyond with former Pixar CFO, Lawrence Levy

March 19th, 2017


Lawrence Levy was the CFO of Pixar Animation Studios from 1994 through to 2001, so in Pixar terms, from Toy Story to Monsters Inc but maintained a …

Episode #121: Ask for Forgiveness, not Permission.

March 16th, 2017


This one is for all of the corporate innovators our there, all of the entrepreneurial thinkers and status quo challengers working for a large company.

You might feel a little bit suffocated or restrained by your …

Episode #120: Peter Diamandis on Exponential Technologies and Abundance Mindsets

March 12th, 2017


I've been away on business in Singapore and Hong Kong this week, but that doesn't mean I've left you in the lurch. In fact, this week we bring you …

Episode #119: Prototyping in an Hour (without technical skills)

March 10th, 2017


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I was Hong Kong yesterday giving a talk at Li & Fung, one of the world’s largest supply chain companies when the topic of prototyping came up and how …

Episode #118: Rediscover your Creativity with Graffiti Artist & Keynoter Extraodinaire, Erik Wahl

March 4th, 2017


Erik Wahl is an internationally recognized graffiti artist, author, philanthropist and entrepreneur, Erik redefines the term “keynote speaker.”

Episode #117: Learning from Legends - Rick Rubin on Creativity and Innovation

March 2nd, 2017


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Corporate innovators can learn a lot from the music industry. In this episode of Fast Fix Friday I unpack some key insights from legendary music …

Episode #116: The $100 MBA with Omar Zenhom

February 25th, 2017


Omar Zenhom attended Wharton business school and dropped out in frustration to build The $100 MBA. Previously an educator & university manager …

Episode #115: Identify your Blind Spots

February 23rd, 2017


Listen on iTunes: Listen on Stitcher: Feedback… when was the last time you asked of objective, honest and critical feedback? I’m not just talking about those mandated and ineffective annual …

Episode #114: Mark Waldman on Neurowisdom in the Workplace

February 19th, 2017


Mark Robert Waldman is the neuroscience researcher and creator of NeuroWisdom 101. His national bestseller How God Changes Your Brain was chosen by Oprah Winfrey as one of her “must read” books of 2012. A leading …

Episode #113: How Government Can Better Support Startups

February 16th, 2017


Listen on iTunes: Listen on Stitcher: When I say entrepreneurship in 2017, what comes to mind? Emerging technologies, …

Episode #112: The Undercover Economist Returns! Part 2 with Tim Harford.

February 12th, 2017


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Tim Harford returns to part 2 of our chat inspired by his new book Messy which explores the connection between chaos and creativity.

Episode #111: The Power of Belief

February 9th, 2017


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Belief has underpinned mankind’s greatest achievements...Whether it was sending a man to the moon, getting a plane in the air or conquering Mount …

Episode #110: Alec Ross on the Industries of the Future

February 5th, 2017


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Alec Ross is one of America’s leading experts on innovation. He is currently a Distinguished Visiting Fellow at Johns Hopkins …

Episode #109: Make Friends with No

February 2nd, 2017


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As human beings we are hard-wired to the fight or flight response - we move towards that which will bring us joy and away from that which will bring us …

Episode #108: Flow Genome Project's Jamie Wheal on Why Creativity is a State of Mind

January 27th, 2017


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Jamie Wheal is Executive Director of Flow Genome Project which he heads up alongside Steven Kotler, who you might know from books …

Episode #107: Don't Confuse a Means To An End with an End In Itself

January 26th, 2017


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This Sunday we’ll be bringing you an interview with Jamie Wheal, co-founder of The Flow Genome Project, alongside Steven Kotler who wrote some books I’m …

Episode #106: Parag Khanna returns to talk Technocracy!

January 21st, 2017


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Parag Khanna makes his return to Future Squared upon the release …

Episode #105: Optimise your Return on Failure (RoF)

January 19th, 2017


Listen on iTunes: Listen on Stitcher: f you’re not failing, you’re not innovating. Elon Musk’s words are echoed by most …

Episode #104: The Undercover Economist, Tim Harford, talks Messy (part 1)

January 14th, 2017


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Tim Harford is the author of the bestseller The Undercover Economist, Adapt and The Logic of Life and is a member of the editorial …

Episode #103: How Legal Teams Can Enable Corporate Innovation

January 12th, 2017


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Corporate legal and compliance (L&C) teams are usually considered the very antithesis of corporate innovation. The perennial “no” amidst a wide-eyed …

Episode #102: Tableturner - Fundamentals of Corporate Innovation and Intrapreneurship

January 8th, 2017


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In this 'tableturner' episode of Future Squared, your host gets interviewed himself by Logan Merrick, co-founder of Buzinga App …

Episode #101: Fast Fix Friday on Why Sharing Information is Key to Innovation

January 5th, 2017


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Hello everybody from 2017… we hope you’re as pumped as we are at Collective Campus …

Episode #100: 11 Year Old Entrepreneur, Alex Henderson

December 29th, 2016


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***Achievement unlocked*** Episode #100 is here and what a super special episode it is!

A couple of weeks ago on an episode of Fast Fix Friday called Why …

Episode #99: Enable Your New Years Resolution

December 28th, 2016


Listen on iTunes: Listen on Stitcher: The silly season is now in full swing, many of us will make bold promises to …

Episode #98: How to Prepare for and Kill It in 2017!

December 27th, 2016


Listen on iTunes: Listen on Stitcher: In today's episode, we reverse the tables as Future Squared host Steve Glaveski is interviewed by founder and CEO of fashion startup …

Episode #97: How to Sell with a Story with Paul Smith

December 25th, 2016


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Paul Smith is one of the world’s leading experts on …

Episode #96: Funk You Very Much

December 22nd, 2016


Looks like I got you! Nobody was going to open a boring old 'our year in review' episode, but James Brown, Bobby Byrd and a cheeky play on words and …

Episode #95: Who Pays When a Self Driving Car Kills?

December 22nd, 2016


Listen on iTunes: Listen on Stitcher: I recently hosted a live Future Squared panel event where I had the chance to interview Brent Lehmann (GM at Willis Towers Watson, a …

Episode #94: The Future Workplace with Kevin Mulcahy - Recruitment, Culture and Engagement

December 18th, 2016


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Kevin Mulcahy is a highly popular speaker on workplace trends, …

Episode #93: 11 Ways to grow 10X in 2017

December 15th, 2016


Listen on iTunes: Listen on Stitcher: In this episode of Fast Fix Friday I talk all about the power of 10X vision. Most of us chug along trying to grow revenues, our …

Episode #92: Party @ Collective Campus - What Gets You Excited About Technology in 2017?

December 12th, 2016


Listen on iTunes: Listen on Stitcher: We recently hosted a small party with some of our friends here at …

Episode #91: Emotional Agility with Susan David

December 11th, 2016


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Susan David, PhD, is a psychologist on faculty at Harvard Medical …

Episode #90: Why I Do What I Do

December 8th, 2016


Listen on iTunes: Listen on Stitcher: Listeners of this show will know that one of the projects we spend some time on is Lemonade Stand, a children’s entrepreneurship …

Episode #89: Trump, Brexit and an Extraordinary Time with Marc Levinson

December 3rd, 2016


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Marc Levinson is an economist and historian specializing in business and finance. He was formerly finance and economics editor of The Economist, worked as an economist for 10 …

Episode #88: Innovation Lessons from the Vietnam War

December 2nd, 2016


Listen on iTunes: Listen on Stitcher: I recently returned from a business meets leisure trip to Singapore and Vietnam where I had the opportunity to learn a little more …

Episode #87: Rock Bottom to Rock Star with Ryan Blair

November 27th, 2016


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Ryan Blair is a serial entrepreneur and self-made millionaire who …

Episode #86: Why developing countries have ubiquitous wifi and countries like Australia don't

November 24th, 2016


Listen on iTunes: Listen on Stitcher: This week's Fast Fix Friday musing comes from a conversation I …

Episode #85: The Future of Apps with Buzinga's Logan Merrick

November 19th, 2016


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Logan Merrick is a co-founder and strategic director of Buzinga App Development, Australia’s leading app development company building …

Episode #84: Don't Believe Your Own Hype

November 17th, 2016


Listen on iTunes: Listen on Stitcher: Just yesterday, I had the pleasure of interviewing Ryan Blair, bestselling author as well as founder and CEO of Visalus, a nutrition …

Episode #83: Design a Better Business with Justin Lokitz

November 12th, 2016


Justin Lokitz is an experienced strategy consultant and business designer who is responsible for the Business Models Inc. office in San Francisco and …

Episode #82: Human Longevity: What Happens When We Live To 120?

November 10th, 2016


Listen on iTunes: Listen on Stitcher: Proponents of human longevity, let’s call them ‘longevists’, are …

Episode #81: Unleashing Teacher Led Innovation with Education Changemaker Summer Howarth

November 5th, 2016


Summer Howarth is first and foremost a teacher with an unwavering belief in the potential of young adolescents and those who work in support of them. …

Episode #80: Fast Fix Friday on Legal Services Disruption

November 3rd, 2016


Listen on iTunes: Listen on Stitcher: The way that legal services are delivered is changing thanks to …

Episode #79: Jenny Blake talks Pivoting Your Way to Your Dream Career

October 30th, 2016



Jenny Blake is motivation personified. She is a career and business strategist and international speaker who helps people move beyond burnout and create sustainable careers they love.

She is the author of the newly …

Episode #78: Why You Should Follow Your Gut

October 27th, 2016


Listen on iTunes: Listen on Stitcher: In life we are always faced with decisions and they can take us on radically different roads. In this episode, I share something that …

Episode #77: The 30 Elements of Value with Eric Almquist

October 22nd, 2016



Eric Almquist is a partner in Bain & Company’s Boston office. He is a leader in Bain's Advanced Analytics practice and a member of the firm’s global Customer Strategy & Marketing practice.

Eric has more than …

Episode #76: Fast Fix Friday on Why You Should Stop Digitising Broken Processes

October 20th, 2016


Listen on iTunes: Listen on Stitcher: Many large organisations are guilty of taking old, oftentimes …

Episode #75: Customer Experience with Shay Namdarian *midweek bonus*

October 18th, 2016



Shay Namdarian is the newly anointed GM of Customer Strategy at Collective Campus.

Prior to joining CC, Shay spent 8 years in various management …

Episode #74: Clayton Christensen's New Theory with Karen Dillon

October 16th, 2016


Karen Dillon is co-author of Clayton Christensen's new book, Competing Against Luck: The Story of Innovation and Customer Choice” (HarperCollins, …

Episode #73: What Are Your Spikes?

October 13th, 2016


I had the pleasure of chatting to Jenny Blake late last night, hjost of the Pivot podcast and author of Pivot, the book which has been referred to as the Lean Startup meeting a personal playbook for career change.

We …

Episode #72: What Color is Your Parachute with Gary Bolles

October 9th, 2016


Gary A. Bolles is the co-founder of eParachute, Inc., a San Francisco Bay Area-based startup focused on helping job-hunters & career changers, …

Episode #71: The 5 Funding Traps of Corporate Innovation Projects

October 6th, 2016


In an age where the time between disruptions is getting shorter and the exponential growth of technology threatens the upheaval of almost every …

Episode #70: Personal Disruption with Steve Glaveski and Matt Romania

October 2nd, 2016


Ahoy there entrepreneurs and corporate innovators!

After my recent appearance on the Razor Sharp Show with Ray Milidoni, I was invited back for a deep dive interview with Matt Romania, to talk all about a topic of …

Episode #69: How to Run a Hackathon

September 29th, 2016


In this episode of Fast Fix Friday I talk hackathons, and how, while they are a great tool for bringing teams together to move quickly to build …

Episode #68: How VR/AR Will Change The Way We Buy *midweek special*

September 27th, 2016


‍Brought to you by Braintree. In this mid-week special we bring you the second live edition of Future Squared, in the form of a panel discussion, …

Episode #67: How to Be a Great Boss with Rene Boer

September 25th, 2016


Note: Please excuse the poor audio quality of this episode. Rene provides a lot of value so I encourage you to listen, despite this. Will ensure future episodes are of a higher quality.

Rene Boer is the co-author of How …

Episode #66: Increase your Return on Optimisation (ROO)

September 22nd, 2016


Many might remember the story of Eric Moussambani, the ‘Olympic swimmer’ from Equatorial Guinea who took 1:52.72 to complete his 100m swim at Sydney 2000, more than twice that of his nearest competitor. Before the …

Episode #65: The ASX's Katherine Squire on DevOps, Cloud and Driving Culture Change

September 17th, 2016


Katherine Squire is the General Manager of App Development and DevOps at the Australian Stock Exchange.

She has over 20 years' experience in Exchange, Investment

Katherine was Executive General Manager at IRESS where …

Episode #64: Success Metrics for Corporate Innovation Programs and Teams

September 14th, 2016


Listen on iTunes: Listen on Stitcher: ---- I was recently asked to partake in a discussion with a newly formed innovation team at an ASX20 company. What started out as an …

Episode #63: Ash Maurya on Scaling Lean

September 11th, 2016


Hailing from Austin, Texas, Ash Maurya is the founder of Leanstack. Since bootstrapping his last company seven years ago, he has launched five products and one peer-to-web application framework.

Throughout this time he …

Episode #62: Fast Fix Friday on Turning Bad Habits into Good Habits

September 8th, 2016


In this episode of Fast Fix Friday I talk about the power of turning bad habits into good habits and how it can have a profound impact on both your personal and professional life! Listen on iTunes: Listen …

Episode #61: Singularity University's Pascal Finette on Taking Moonshots

September 3rd, 2016


Pascal Finette heads up Entrepreneurship at Singularity University as well as SU Labs, its accelerator program which grows startups that are focused …

Episode #60: Gyshido

September 1st, 2016


In this episode of Fast Fix Friday I talk "Gyshido" or Getting Your Shit Done, a movement spearheaded by Singularity University's Pascal Finette, who …

Episode #59: Matchmakers and Marketplaces with MIT's Dick Schmalensee

August 27th, 2016

We're going live a day early this week in anticipation of not one, but two, very special announcements tomorrow from the team here at Collective …

Episode #58: Fast Fix Friday on Disrupting Yourself

August 25th, 2016


In this episode of Fast Fix Friday, I talk why you should disrupt yourself.

I had the pleasure of interviewing Whitney Johnson, author of Disrupt …

Episode #57: My Lean Startup Journey *midweek bonus*

August 24th, 2016


This mid-week bonus is a little different!

After over 50 episodes, mostly of me interviewing other people, in this episode, the tables are turned.

I recently had the pleasure of appearing on Ray Milidoni’s Razor Sharp …

Episode #56: 500 Startups' Arnaud Bonzom talks How Huge Companies Engage Startups

August 21st, 2016


‍Those of you familiar with this podcast would know I’m a big fan of Dave McClure and his Pirate Metrics approach to customer acquisition - well, …

Episode #55: Fast Lisp Friday on 13 Ways to Get Buy-In for Corporate Innovation

August 18th, 2016


In this episode of Fast Fix Friday, I cover a topic that is the bane of existence for many a corporate employee which is getting buy-in for corporate innovation, or just getting buy-in for trying different things in …

Episode #54: Increase Employee Engagement with Spigit's Maggie Riad *midweek bonus*

August 17th, 2016


Maggie brings more than 12 years of innovation management, market insight analysis and business strategy experience in the financial services sector. …

Episode #53: From Theatre to Disruption with Sportsbet's Head of Innovation, Leslie Barry

August 14th, 2016


Leslie Barry is currently the head of innovation at Sportsbet, Australia’s largest online bookmaker with $117M operating profit / 79.4 million pounds in 2015.

He was previously the head of innovation at …

Episode #52: Fast Fix Friday on 50 Lessons from 50 Episodes! Thank You Everybody!

August 11th, 2016


‍Thank you listeners, we've just turned 50...episodes that is, and to celebrate, I've put together a list of the 50 most memorable lessons from the first 50 episodes! Oftentimes, we read books and blogs, we listen to …

Episode #51: Agile Government Starts With You *midweek keynote special*

August 9th, 2016


Collective Campus recently hosted an event called Disrupt the Public Sector, as part of the Australian Government’s Innovation Month 2016. The event …

Episode #50: The Age of Discovery with Chris Kutarna

August 7th, 2016


I speak to Chris Kutarna, a two-time Governor General's Medallist, a Sauvé Fellow and Commonwealth Scholar, and a Fellow of the Oxford Martin School …

Episode #49: Kill Your Ego!

August 4th, 2016


This Fast Fix Friday is all about your ego and why you should kill it! If you’re looking to identify new opportunities, have meaningful …

Episode #48: Techstars, Brexit and Corporate Accelerators with Max Kelly

July 31st, 2016


Max Kelly is currently Managing Director of Techstars London. Techstars is the world’s leading accelerator programme for early stage start ups, having incubated over 800 companies and developed corporate accelerator …

Episode #47: Fast Fix Friday on the Books and Resources that Will Change Your Life

July 28th, 2016


This Fast Fix Friday covers off on all of the different books, podcasts and other resources that have made me and can make you a better professional and person in general.

Whether it be business, beliefs, biographies or …

Episode #46: Building an Everyone Culture with Robert Kegan

July 24th, 2016


Bob Kegan is a psychologist who teaches, researches, writes, and consults about adult development, adult learning, and professional development. He …

Episode #45: 16 Productivity Hacks on (Not So) Fast Fix Friday

July 21st, 2016


This (Not So) Fast Fix Friday focuses on some of my favourite productivity hacks, 16 of them in fact! These have all been gathered through years of digesting other people’s material and experimenting with my own hacks …

Episode #44: Correcting our 7 Fatal Flaws of Thinking with Matthew E May

July 17th, 2016


Matthew E May is the author of Amazon bestseller Winning the Brain Game: Fixing the 7 Fatal Flaws of Thinking, as well as four previous, award-winning books: The Laws of Subtraction (2012), The Shibumi Strategy (2010), …

Episode #43: Fast Fix Friday on Why Australia's Innovation Transformation Won't Happen Overnight

July 14th, 2016


This Fast Fix Friday focuses on the stakeholder short-termism that plagues not only Australia's Government, but those of countries around the world, …

Episode #42: Innovation Tools with Evan Shellshear ***bonus episode***

July 11th, 2016


In this bonus episode, I speak with Evan Shellshear, author of the newly released book, Innovation Tools. Innovation is hard work so you need the …

Episode #41: Transforming Children's Education with Angela Maiers

July 10th, 2016


Angela Maiers is an educator, entrepreneur, leader, disruptor and visionary.

She has been creating and leading change in education and enterprise for …

Episode #40: Fast Fix Friday on Lean Marketing

July 7th, 2016


It’s no longer enough to shout marketing slogans from the rooftops and expect people to buy your products. Today’s customers are smarter than ever thanks to the transparency and power that has come with the internet. 

Episode #39: The Future of the Global Economy with Parag Khanna

July 3rd, 2016


Parag Khanna is a leading global strategist, world traveler, and best-selling author. He is a CNN Global Contributor and Managing Partner of Hybrid Reality, a boutique geostrategic advisory firm. Parag's latest book …

Episode #38: Fast Fix Friday on the Corporate Innovation Hierarchy of Needs

June 30th, 2016


Most of us are familiar with Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. The theory on psychological health is now almost 70 years old, but rings as true today as …

Episode #37: Innovation = STEM + Creativity with David Cropley ***midweek bonus ep***

June 28th, 2016


In this midweek bonus, I speak with David Cropley, an Associate Professor in the School of Engineering at the University of South Australia. His main …

Episode #36 - Google Ventures' Jake Knapp & John Zeratsky on Solving Big Problems in Just Five Days

June 26th, 2016


In this episode I bring you not one but two guests, Jake Knapp and John Zeratsky - co-authors of the book 'SPRINT - How to Solve Big Problems and …

Episode #35: Fast Fix Friday on Supporting Culture Change Through Self Awareness

June 23rd, 2016


This Fast Fix Friday focuses on self awareness.

Did you hear about the manager who always shot the messenger whenever they brought bad news? He eventually stopped hearing bad news. Unfortunately for him, this wasn’t …

Episode #34: The Art of Persuasive Leadership with Patrick King

June 19th, 2016


Patrick King is a social interaction specialist based in San Francisco, California, and has been featured on numerous national publications such as

He is a #1 Amazon best-selling dating and relationships author …

Episode #33 - The Sharing Economy with Arun Sundararajan

June 11th, 2016


Arun Sundararajan is Professor and the Robert L. and Dale Atkins Rosen Faculty Fellow at New York University's Leonard N. Stern School of Business. …

Episode #32: David Allen on Getting Things Done

June 5th, 2016


David Allen is widely recognized as the world's leading expert on personal and organizational productivity. His thirty-year pioneering research and coaching to corporate managers and CEOs of some of America's most …

Episode #31 - Creating a Culture of Innovation with Dave Gray

May 29th, 2016


Dave Gray is an author and management consultant who works with the world's leading companies to develop and execute winning strategies. He …

Episode #30: Fast Fix Friday on Setting Up a Corporate Innovation Project

May 26th, 2016


This Fast Fix Friday focuses on the key questions you need to ask BEFORE embarking on an innovation project in order to optimise returns and give your organisation a significantly improved chance of success. FYI, we've …

Episode #29 - Artificial Intelligence with Brian Christian

May 22nd, 2016


Brian Christian is the author of The Most Human Human, which was named a Wall Street Journal bestseller and a New Yorker favorite book of 2011, and has been translated into ten languages. He is the coauthor, with Tom …

Episode #28 - Fast Fix Friday on Innovation Metrics

May 19th, 2016


This Fast Fix Friday focuses on innovation metrics. I cover the five KEY metrics you need to know in early stage innovation projects which are unrecognisable when compared with traditional accounting metrics which tend …

Episode #27: Innovation Project Management with Paul R Williams

May 15th, 2016


Paul R. Williams, PMP has over twenty years of project, program & portfolio management leadership experience with information technology, …

Episode #26: Fast Fix Friday on Engaging Startups and Small Companies to Drive Corporate Innovation

May 12th, 2016


Today's Fast Fix Friday focuses on the power of engaging startups and small companies to drive corporate innovation efforts.

I recently caught up with Kmart Australia’s innovation program manager, Fabio Oliveira, on my …

Episode #25 - Alex Tapscott on the Blockchain Revolution

May 9th, 2016


Alex Tapscott is the CEO and Founder of Northwest Passage Ventures. For seven years in the Canadian and U.S. Capital markets, Alex has worked tirelessly to help entrepreneurs realize their goals, raising hundreds of …

Episode #24: Neil Patel on Growth Hacking for Large Companies

May 7th, 2016


In this episode, I chat with top online marketer and one of the top influencers on the web, Neil Patel, serial entrepreneur, investor and blogger.

He …

Episode #23: Fast Fix Friday on Embracing Awkward Silences to Foster Creativity

May 5th, 2016


In this episode of Fast Fix Friday I talk awkward silences and why you should EMBRACE them rather than try and put an end to them by saying the first …

Episode #22: Rand Fishkin on Online Marketing for Large Companies...and Whisky.

May 1st, 2016


Rand Fishkin uses the ludicrous title, Wizard of Moz. He's founder and former CEO of one of the world’s fastest growing software companies Moz, an online marketing platform that is worth more than US$120M.

He’s a board …

Episode #21: Fast Fix Friday on The Five Minute Idea

April 28th, 2016


In this episode, we dive into topics pertaining to:

- corporate VC

- corporate accelerators and incubators

- acquisition of startups

Today's Fast Fix Friday focuses on the questions you can ask to come up with an idea …

Episode #20: Evangelos Simoudis on Corporate VCs, Incubators and Startup Acquisitions

April 25th, 2016


Evangelos Simoudis is currently working with Steve Blank on a model for corporate innovation.

Evangelos has been working in Silicon Valley as a …

Episode #19: Fast Fix Friday on Hacking the Corporate Culture

April 21st, 2016


In this episode of Fast Fix Friday I talk hacking the corporate culture to support innovation, a topic inspired by my recent interview with Silicon …

Episode #18: Garrett Dunham on Corporate Startup Partnerships and Reverse Pitching

April 21st, 2016


Garrett Dunham is an entrepreneur, speaker and startup advisor. He’s founded 2 accelerators, including Prebacked, a reverse hackathon connecting …

Episode #17: Stop Treating Corporate Innovation Like a Project

April 16th, 2016


In episode #17, I confront an issue that seems all too common amongst large organisations trying to deal with this thing called disruption. Far too …

Episode #16: Fast Fix Friday - Pixar's Braintrust

April 15th, 2016


Welcome to our very first Fast Fix Friday, a short 5 minute or less morsel of knowledge to inspire and inject some fresh thinking into your day and get you ready for the weekend as you reflect on the week that was! In …

Episode #15: How to Increase Productivity by 500% and Boost Innovation

April 12th, 2016


Flow has been defined as a mental state of operation in which a person performing an activity is fully immersed in a feeling of energized focus. The …

Episode #14: Braden Kelley on Charting Change for Innovation

April 10th, 2016


Braden Kelley is an experienced innovation and change speaker, trainer, and digital transformation strategist. He specializes in building cultures of …

Episode #13: Whitney Johnson on Disrupting Yourself

April 6th, 2016


Whitney Johnson was recognized as one of the world’s most influential management thinkers in 2015, and was a finalist for the Top thinkers on Talent at the biennial Thinkers50 ceremony in London. She is best known for …

Episode #12 - Steve Blank on Corporate Innovation

April 3rd, 2016


Steve Blank is considered by many to be the godfather of Silicon Valley and is credited with spearheading the customer development model which …

Episode #11: Ted Rubin on going from ROI to Return on Relationship

March 31st, 2016


In this episode I had the pleasure of chatting with native New York native and one of the most influential CMOs in the world, Ted Rubin.

Ted is a leading Social Marketing Strategist, Keynote Speaker and Brand Evangelist …

Episode #10: Lean Analytics for Large Companies with Ben Yoskovitz

March 28th, 2016


Ben Yoskovitz is the co-author of Lean Analytics, a guide for organisations who want to use data to grow new businesses faster.

Ben has been the VP of Product at GoInstant, acquired by Salesforce in 2012, he was the …

Episode #9: David Burkus on Rethinking Business as Usual

March 24th, 2016


David Burkus is the author of the The Myths of Creativity: The Truth About How Innovative Companies and People Generate Great Ideas. He is Associate Professor of Management at Oral Roberts University where he …

Episode #8: David Binetti on the Innovation Options Framework - Measuring Learning in Dollars

March 15th, 2016


David Binetti comes to us all the way from San Francisco’s sunny bay area...he is a 6 times entrepreneur - served on the founding teams of, Arch Rock which was acquired by Cisco, Votizen which was acquired …

Episode #7: Kmart's Innovation Program Manager, Fabio Oliveira, talks Innovation in Retail.

February 29th, 2016


Fabio Oliveira is Kmart Australia's newly anointed Innovation Program Manager. Prior to joining Kmart he was Managing Director at design agency Huddle Academy and worked for the Kaizen Institute, Telefonica and Johnson …

Episode #6 - Niel Robertson, World Champion Entrepreneur and Investor (not snooker player...)

February 25th, 2016


In this episode of Future², we were lucky enough to be joined by world champion entrepreneur and investor, Niel Robertson, not to be confused with the world champion Australian snooker player of the same name with whom …

Episode #5 - Reinventing Higher Education with Annie Fergusson (airEDU)

February 23rd, 2016


‍In this podcast, we catch up with Annie Fergusson, change facilitator and founder of airEDU, a platform she is designing and building to resolve …

Episode #4 - Idea Platforms and Contests

February 8th, 2016


In this podcast, Steve Glaveski discusses the merits of using idea platforms to spur innovation but also touches on the many pitfalls of running idea contests without enough emphasis on framing challenges properly, …

Episode #3 - Interview With Humphrey Laubscher, NAB Labs Fintech Innovation Manager

February 3rd, 2016


I had the pleasure of catching up with Humphrey Laubscher, NAB Labs' Fintech Innovation Manager, for our latest Future² podcast. We touched on a number of questions relevant for not just banking and financial services …

Episode #2 - Futuresquared Corporate Hackathon EP

February 1st, 2016


In this podcast, Sean Qian interviews Collective Campus co-founder Steve Glaveski to dissect what the corporate hackathon is, what the benefits are, …

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