Podcasts

Scott is a brilliant guy. He lives in Singapore but is originally from the US. One of the most remarkable things is his contribution to the Harvard Business Review on an ongoing basis. I met Scott at the Creative Innovation Conference in Melbourne. And based on his work, I had to ask him to be on the show.  In our conversation, we are discussing Singapore, Innovation, Spirituality, the challenges of today's managers and more. And most importantly, Scott reveals aspects...

I was fascinated by the conversation with Barry. He and his brother founded Cognician quite some years back. And the idea is "Digital Coaching" to allow a scaling - especially in large organisations. Today they are able to create life-changing conversations amongst their clients - and all best on a software solution! Find out more in my conversation with Barry! More about Barry Barry Kayton is the co-founder of Cognician. Cognician helps companies to change the hearts and minds of...

Melissa shares her inspiring turn-around story and the impact she is making today.  She believes in decreasing today's noise by focussing on one thing. This combined with passion and commitment is the foundation of success.  As a millennial, Melissa brings a fresh perspective to things - and some are quite explicit. More about Melissa Personally I love travel I am obsessed with transformation (you can see mine to date above in picture one) I enjoy working out and eating...

Andrea Clarke has had an exciting and career as international TV News Reporter in some of the most challenging and dangerous areas of the world.  From there, her journey had a few more steps until she started her current business "CareerCEO". That's where she helps in particular women to find their voice.  I loved the conversation on adversity and the ups and downs in life! Enjoy! More about Andrea Based in Washington D.C. for most of her career as a...

In this episode, I have the first millennial as a guest - Natalia Wiechowski (Think Natalia). Natalia and I share some routes because we are both originally from Germany.   Her path then led her to the Dubai where she has built her business as a speaker, impression management coach and digital influencer. Natalia shared her story and journey how she was cool and successful on the outside but "dead" on the inside. It was a very genuine and honest...

Shourov has had a very interesting and diverse career so far. Between working as an engineer in the corporate world, being a musician with an own band and finding his passion in Entrepreneurship, there is plenty to uncover.  Shourov co-founded Pongolabs. It's a great software solution that provides a unique visual way to make work simple, safe and social. You have to see it to get it: http://www.pongolabs.com/ In addition to Pongolabs, he also co-founded innovation in the wild. This is...

Who wants a high-performance brain? Without a doubt, our brain is one of our most important organs to support our current and future success - and life for that matter.   What does today's fast changing world do to the brain? How do you create a brain that works and performs today and tomorrow? Fascinated by the question, I read Jenny's' latest book - see below. I then knew I needed to have her on the Disciplined Disruption Podcast.  ...

Ian and I both live in Melbourne. But we both had to travel to San Diego to one of those great Internet Marketing Conferences to meet each other in person.  Ian is a great Disciplined Disruption example. After a successful corporate career, he founded Intertype in Melbourne. Starting as a typical printing business, Ian has reinvented his business to respond to the opportunities in the market.  We both love and enjoy learning from the leading internet marketers in the USA because...

Whitney Johnson shares her amazing journey from studying music to becoming a top Wall Street Banker, an Investor and now also Author. Her latest book is "Disrupt Yourself" which fits perfectly to the theme of the Podcast. Her journey wasn't as streamlined as it sounds. She disrupted herself multiple times. And she has also had her lows.  What I really liked about the conversation with Whitney was that she made me share some of my lows and own disruptions too. ...

An accountant by qualification and an entrepreneur by experience, Werner Spies knows how to take the right risks and make them count. Initially a trainee accountant with PwC in 1986, Werner has made bold career moves that have taken him from South Africa to Australia, to founding CharterMason in late 2004. Werner is renowned for spotting a gap in the market, creating a new practice and using that practice to create value for his customers. Professional services to Werner mean...