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This blog includes show notes for the Assign It To Me podcasts which is a weekly discussion about our application, Assign It To Me a web based project management tool for Professional Services companies that are looking for an easier and effective way to manage their projects. We have discussions on project management, analytics, and any interesting and noteworthy news in technology.
 
Have you found yourself experiencing a lot of stress recently? Do you want to be more creative? Stewart Alsop interviews successful creatives to find out how they work with and manage the stress that is inherent in creative work. He investigates the questions: "What is the connection between stress and creativity?"
 
Ben Yeoh chats to a variety of thinkers and doers about their curiosities, ideas and passions. If you are curious about the world this show is for you. I have extended conversations across humanities and science with artists, philosophers, writers, theatre makers, activists, economists and all walks of life.
 
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How does individual shareholder activism work? How does personal agency and systems change work together in a theory of change? How do we become change makers? What did Catherine's mother teach me? Catherine is Chief Executive of ShareAction. She coordinates civil society activism to promote responsible investment Catherine was recognised by the Wo…
 
Tassos Stevens is artistic director of Coney. The transcript of the podcast here. Prior to Coney, he did a doctorate in Psychology, won the inaugural James Menzies-Kitchin Award for theatre directors, did the NT Studio Directors Course, ran the ROAR platform to support new work and new artists on the London fringe, and also worked as critic, teache…
 
Matt Clancy is a progress fellow at Emergent Ventures. He teaches at Iowa State University and writes on Substack a newsletter called New Things Under the Sun, which you should subscribe to if you are interested in anything innovation related. Matt has also synthesised many of the emerging studies on remote working. Transcript and video links here.…
 
James O'Shaughnessy is the founder, chairman, and co-chief investment officer at OSAM (O'Shaughnessy Asset Management). In this episode, we discuss the changes that have come about in the world post-COVID, mainstream media, politics, navigating the future as a society, the law of attraction, and much more. You can catch Jim’s podcast, Infinite Loop…
 
Steven is trying to discover the next culture that’s emerging to replace conventional western culture and is also trying to be part of its formation. In this episode, we talk about order, blockchain, decentralization, media, information, eastern spirituality, and much more. You can reach out to Steven on Twitter @_StevenFan 1:30 - What is the relat…
 
Short introduction to Ben Yeoh Chats. If you are curious about the world this show is for you. I have extended conversations across humanities and science with artists, philosophers, writers, theatre makers, activists, economists and all walks of life. Episodes include: -What is like to go to Columbia University at 15 and be valedictorian with Leop…
 
Lee Simpson is a founder member of Improbable (theatre makers and improvisers), a long time Comedy Store Player (since the 1980s) and one of Paul Merton's Impro Chums. He’s also been a croupier, cinema projectionist and breakfast show DJ. He’s written plays, appeared in sit-coms and in some films, been on some Radio 4 panel shows and once did a ver…
 
I had an excellent chat with Leopold Aschenbrenner. Leopold is a grant winner from Tyler Cowen’s Emergent Ventures. He went to Columbia University, aged 15, and graduated in 2021 as valedictorian. (Contents below ↓ ↓ ). He is a researcher at the Global Priorities Institute, thinking about long-termism. He has drafted a provocative paper encompassin…
 
I chat with C. Thi Nguyen who used to be a food writer and is now a philosophy professor at University of Utah. Thi thinks about trust, art, games, and communities. We discuss his first book, Games: Agency as Art. The book is about how games are the art form that work in the medium of agency. We chat about the difference between play and games and …
 
Anton Howes on innovation history, the improving mindset and progress studies. Anton Howes is an innovation historian and policy thinker, we have a fascinating wide ranging conversation on innovation. Transcript and video available here. We discuss raising the prestige of innovators today, but consider it easy to say but harder to enact. Anton argu…
 
Tom Gosling was a partner at PwC, and an advisor to boards around executive pay and incentives, governance, and strategy. He's currently an Executive Fellow at London Business School and helps steer the work of the purposeful company collaboration. Tom speaks about the benefits of purpose and the risk of corporate puff. We touch on audit reform and…
 
Jonathan Meth is a dramaturg, extraordinaire, director, curator, very involved in the European theatre and disability arts. He's a lecturer at Goldsmiths. He's worked with many of the major theatre organizations in Britain, and he's a fascinating theatre thinker. We speak about dramaturgy and theatre as playwright lead and theatre as colloboration …
 
Daliso Ngoma is the founder and Managing Director of African Technopreneurs which is focused on providing the best AR/VR/360 camera hardware in South Africa. In this episode we discuss NFTs, Crypto, blockchain, trust, thinking for yourself, avoiding self-deception, and much more. You can find Daliso on Twitter and Instagram at @djngoma. Enjoy. (5:2…
 
Keia is a Medicine Woman who organizes ceremonies for ancestral medicine. Her aim is to help people transform their lives life into empowered and abundant experiences through facilitating awakenings and supporting healing. In this episode, we discuss plant medicines, what it means to heal, the relationship between fear and healing, the goal of heal…
 
Rishi Dastidar and I chat about life, poetry, writing and poets always having another job. Rishi gives advice on how to be a poet, embracing Insta poets and whether last lines are harder than first lines, or second books harder than first books; and why we love lists and why we need to pay more attention to verbs. He is open to offers from companie…
 
Nikhil Verma is a medical doctor who specializes in treating and managing spinal health, mobility, chronic pain, and athletic health among others. In this episode, we discuss chronic pain, the various ways chronic pain is managed, transhumanism, muscular tension, and the possible future interventions in managing chronic pain. You can find Nikhil Ve…
 
Courtney is passionate about helping children with cancer and in this episode, we discuss the shortcomings of the medical industry, their misinformed directives, their indirect undermining of human endurance and adaptability, living off the grid, achieving independence from the system, and much more. Enjoy 2:07 The patient advocate: how Courtney he…
 
A collaborative episode with Woody Wiegmann, host of Courage over Conviction podcast. In this episode, we discuss the existence of free will, and try to determine where choice ends and determinism begins. We discuss psychology, making the unconscious conscious, the pitfalls of human hubris, hedging against terrible fiscal policies and much more. En…
 
I chat to Mya-Rose Craig, aka Birdgirl, about her love of birding touching upon birdsong and the mysteries of migration. We discuss accessibilty to nature, activism what in birding terms is a “lifer” and how to “pish”. There’s a transcript (unedited) here plus links to topics we talk about. Links: Black2Nature, Charity fighting for equal access to …
 
We discuss the award winning book, Fathoms: the world in the whale by Rebecca Giggs. Our conversation covers seeing the history of humanity through the lens of the whale, activism movements, and the poetic in writing. Whales as an extractive industry and why the book is not prescriptive in what we might do. We play overrated/underrated. Rebecca rat…
 
Joshua Morrison Cooper is the creative coordinator at Happiness and in this episode, we discuss gardening, the healing power of plants, how to get started with planting, how big agricultural practices deplete the quality of soil, government initiatives to help people interested in planting, and much more. We also spoke about Joshua's unique type of…
 
Mateo Bonells is a plant medicine healer at the Iboga Wellness Center, Gabon, and is an initiate of the Bwiti tradition. In this episode, we discuss the wonder that is Iboga, the ethics of the government's attempt to coerce everyone to take the COVID-19 vaccine, the cultural division this is causing, and much more. P.S. There's some real display of…
 
Matt Parlmer is the founder of General Fabrications, a firm devoted to democratizing production and the supply chain across a lot of industries. In this episode, we discuss his company's products, fabs, and delve into how they're going to revolutionize the manufacturing system and the various ways and fields in which they could be applied, such as …
 
Rodney Gainous is the founder and CEO of Safe, a company dedicated to providing more easy-to-use privacy tools for individuals and businesses. In this episode, we discuss the changes Corona has wrought, the importance of sending cold emails, the importance of location for networking, and much more. Enjoy! You can reach Rodney on Twitter at Rg2offic…
 
Bruna Paese is the CEO of Iubi, a social robot that helps people improve their health. We had a marathon of an interview -my longest ever- at three hours. And in this episode, spoke about language, decision making, learning, drug use in Brazil, Banks, health, poverty, wealth, and so much more. Enjoy! (1:55) The nuances of language, how different sl…
 
This episode focuses on self-sufficiency through living off the land and growing your own food, agroecology and restorative farming, escaping the control of governments worldwide, and basically living a life that allows you to thrive physically, all of these in light of the events of the pandemic. Enjoy! (2:50 - 3:40) The difference between city an…
 
In this episode, Isabelle and I discuss psychedelics, the differences between organic and synthetic psychedelics, the differences in how drugs are viewed in Brazil as opposed to the United States, psychology, the history of psychedelics, the death of God in the West, and the resultant coping mechanisms, her experience with Ayahuasca, and much more.…
 
This episode is different! Here, I'm interviewed by Alex Levy for an episode for his podcast "Through Conversations" which I also decided to publish here. Enjoy! 3:30 - Stewart's approach to interviews 6:00 - How should we use Twitter? 7:30 - Are we curious by nature? 8:34 - "Question asking is one of the most courageous things we can do" 10:00 - A…
 
Zura Guerra is a digital nomad that’s building a startup. In this episode we discuss technology in Latin America, the pandemic, decentralizing currency, and much more. You can find her on Instagram at zuraguerra, and on her blog at apolune.com. Enjoy. (2:23 - 4:15) Surviving the pandemic in Argentina, the country with the record of the longest stre…
 
Here are some other questions we discuss: What is alternate reality cinema? How did COVID19 change the usage of social media? How did the online world change the meaning of fiction? How did COVID19 change the way that cognition is distributed on the internet? How do you build habits to affect the structure of human society? How did social media cha…
 
The second entry in my solo podcast detour! In this episode, I talk about my attempts to experience the cultures I encountered, in my travels across Southeast Asia, more deeply, and my quest to find cultures that had not been as thoroughly exposed to the internet and its effects, as the West and similar modern societies. In the course of my travels…
 
I've decided to go on a detour with the style of my episodes. I'm currently not as motivated to interview anyone at the moment and so I decided, on suggestion from a friend, to share a few stories from the various experiences I've had in my life. This episode is the first iteration, it's about my time in Shangai back in 2006. Enjoy!…
 
Francis is the CEO of Invisible Technologies; a business outsourcing and automation company. On his third appearance on the Crazy Wisdom podcast, we discuss AI, the ideal society, individualism, whether or not AI will conquer humans and so much more. You can reach out to Francis via mail by francis@invisible.email, or on Twitter, Facebook, or Linke…
 
Emily Splichal is a podiatrist and the founder of Evidence Based Fitness Academy (EBFA). In this episode, we discuss somatosensation, how awareness of interoception can help manage stress, stem cells, sound and vibration healing, breathwork, chronic pain, functional fitness, and much more. Emily is working on a book titled “Own it: Offensive Techni…
 
Tuto Assad is the founder of Vitau, an online subscription pharmacy for patients with chronic diseases, specifically targeted to Latin America. In this episode, we discuss entrepreneurship, philosophy, his diabetic conditions, and Tuto gives us a glimpse of what the medical and pharmaceutical industry in Mexico are like. You can find Tuto on all so…
 
Claire Tiwald is a painter, illustrator, sculptor, and comic book artist, and Fb friend of mine. We talk about wilderness camping, bears, mountain lions, camping in the winter, r-value and why it is important and much more. You can find Claire on her website clairetiwald.com and on her Instagram page @grimlemur. Enjoy! (5:04 – 7:52) What to actuall…
 
Today’s guest is Ruth from ‘The Temple of Truth,’ an underground guide for death and surrender practice who 5-MeO-DMT as a tool to induce mystical states that mimic dying, and helps her clients integrate these experiences. In this episode we discuss death, the fear of death, letting go and surrender, 5-MeO-DMT, and much more. While she currently do…
 
Kelsey is working on a book that discusses both conscious-consumption and how to change reality from the inside. In this episode, we discuss creativity, perception, meaning, conditioning, circumstance, and how all these come together consciously and unconsciously to create our reality. Kelsey also shared some ideas from her upcoming book: “Mood Foo…
 
Ray Alejandro is the Access to Finance Leader, Endeavor, Mexico City. He’s passionate about figuring out better ways to signal skills and talent, optimizing for the things you want, inequality of opportunity, properly contextualizing ideas, improving the education system, navigating upward and social mobility in emerging regions, philosophy and ide…
 
Norland Tellez is an artist and teacher, with a degree in film animation from Cal Arts, and a student of mythology and mythological history with a master’s and a doctorate degree in mythology from Pacifica Institute. In this episode, we discuss the Jungian idea of individuation, the nature of the individual, the two-ness of nonduality, and much mor…
 
Today’s episode is brought to you from the top of Shasta Mountain where I’m holding a virtual conversation with Woody Wiegmann, founder of the Woodside Investment Counsel. Our discussion focuses on gaining the courage to be disliked without losing your connection to community. You can find Woody on Twitter @woodywiegmann, or check his ideas out at …
 
Ryan Delk is the CEO of Primer, a company that seeks to revolutionize and rebrand homeschooling, and his mission is to revamp the education system so that children grow up more ambitious, creative, and able to think for themselves. In this episode, we discuss homeschooling, education, what to aim for with education, and much more. You can visit Pri…
 
Ashton is a martial artist and yoga instructor dedicated to the exploration of human consciousness. He spent six and a half years traveling the world and has spent even more time practicing with various yoga instructors. In this episode, we discuss tantra yoga, the nature of bliss, meditation, escapism, wisdom traditions, and so on. Ashton's forte …
 
John Vervaeke is a professor of philosophy and cognitive science. He’s the mastermind behind the lecture series: ‘Awakening from the meaning crises.’ We explore, in this episode, the wonder of the human cognitive system; why our greatest strengths are our greatest weaknesses and how we’ve lost the society-wide ability to resolve this. You can find …
 
Jude Gomila is the CEO and co-founder of Golden; a firm dedicating to mapping all of human knowledge. As you’ve come to expect a lot of topics were touched in this episode. Do enjoy. You can find Jude @judegomila on Twitter. (5:50) The hidden limitations of modern-day supply chains, despite their ultra-efficiency, with examples, and a better metric…
 
Thomas, like any other human being, is a lot of things and is working on a lot of stuff. He loves to code, play the bass guitar, and is devoted to truth and beauty, among others. You can interact with his ideas on life on his blog at thosmos.com. In this episode, we discuss identity politics, the battle between the left and the right, consciousness…
 
Enzo is an investment professional at Dalus Capital, Mexico City, and an Angel investor as well. He has holdings in companies like Talently, and this episode discusses investing in Latin America, his unlikely journey to becoming an investment professional in Mexico City, his philosophies, the investing dynamics in different Latin American countries…
 
Yoshua and I explore the world of plants (Do you think they’re conscious?) We discuss the wide-ranging influence they have on our lives- from being food sources to medicine to tools for spiritual awakening and, weaving a winding path, we branch into topics like death, awakening, Yoshua’s You Enjoy Life project, what it means to be enlightened, deal…
 
Pamela Valdez is the CEO and founder of Beek.io; one of the top-rated audio platforms in Latin America, known for its original, high-quality audio content, produced in Spanish. In this podcast we discuss the details of creating high-quality audio content in the Latin American market, the unique opportunities and experiences being the founder of the…
 
What is the tripartite soul? What do we call people who thinking about thinking? What is the etymology of philosopher? What does it feel like to be unified by a scientific belief? What happens when we have disputes about the meaning of the truth? Is logic our instrument of finding the truth? What is polyproyism syndrome? How do we ensure equal oppo…
 
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