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Six Ways To Make People Like You – Ty Bennett

When it comes to books about networking, building relationships and working with people, the undisputed classic is “How To Win Friends and Influence People.” Dale Carnegie wrote the book in 1936 and it has been read by millions of people since. One of the great realizations in the book is that although some people are…

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The Magic of Getting Lost – Mike Walsh and Yossi Ghinsberg

Yossi Ghinsberg is a true adventurer. Although best known for his story of survival when he was lost in an uncharted part of the Bolivian Amazon jungle for three weeks in 1981, he has since led a life of inspiration, motivation and raising awareness for humanitarian causes. His bestselling book, ‘Jungle’, was recently released as…

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Building smart cities in India – Mike Walsh

If by 2050, 70% of the world’s population will be living in cities – how do we reimagine our infrastructure, resources and services to cope? Bala Mahavaden is one of the thought leaders involved in planning the next generation of super cities in India, the Middle East and Europe. We spoke about the role of…

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NEW Book by Sam Silverstein

Accountability isn’t about doing things, it’s a way of thinking – you’re responsible for things and accountable to people. Sam gives an example of a company with customer service in their mission statement, but has notoriously bad customer service. Fixing a problem isn’t accountability, that’s just being responsible. The problems are caused by lack of accountability in the first place. Listen to…

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Automating Human Advisors – Mike Walsh

Futurist Mike Walsh discusses the relationship between automation and employment, and why, if the previous Industrial Revolution is any guide – we should be cautious in assuming that robots will be the end of jobs as we know it.

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Why the future of energy is not what you think – Mike Walsh Podcast

It would be easy to imagine in this age of Teslas, Powerwalls, and Nest thermostats, that we are somehow on the brink of escaping traditional energy sources forever. Yet, oil, gas and coal persist – and continues to shape economies, nations and industrial policy. Dr. Kent Moors, a global expert on energy and a professor…

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