Are you afraid of public speaking? Have no fear--Marie Perruchet, Founder and Director of One Perfect Pitch and former journalist, helps people overcome this fear with plenty of tips and tricks on how to become a better speaker.
Productivity guru and ex-tech exec Pierre Khawand argues that we should schedule our day in 15-min increments in order to feel productive and fullfilled. He shares ways that we can minimize distractions and keep thoughts and emotions under control with nothing more than a notebook and a timer. Can it be that easy? Listen in and find out.
MIT Digital Fellow and Boston University Professor Van Alstyne argues that product business models are broken and being replaced by platforms.
Bestselling author of Reinventing You, Dorie Clark shares advice and best practices on how to stand out, including identifying what makes you unique, what to build a personal brand on, how to increase the reach of your brand using blogging and social media.
NYT bestselling author and leadership guru Sydney Finkelstein talks about "superbosses," the exceptional leaders that are able to attract, retain and groom the best talent, how they go about it, and how you too can become a superboss.
Product guru and bestselling author Dan Olsen talks about what makes for great products, great product managers and great product teams.
Yelp Product VP Eric Singley talks about growing Yelp in the early days and shares what he sees as mobile product trends and best practices.
Bestselling author of The Membership Economy Robbie Baxter reveals trends for the most cutting edge SaaS products. Hint: it's all about community and access instead of self and ownership.
OnDemand economy and platform thinking guru Sangeet Paul Choudary talks about what makes a great platform. He discusses their business models, the key role of reputations, and explains why the best platforms are the ones we don't even notice.
Growth hacker Chris Neumann reveals growth hacking secrets.
Silicon Valley design guru Joe Robinson shares his perspective on design trend for tech and mobile products. He also reveals why you should read more sci-fi.