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'The Ezra Klein Show' meets ‘Black Mirror’—with comedy and music, of course. Live! From Tomorrow invites you on a trip into the future alongside the world’s top innovators. Each week, host Matt Hooper (host, IBM’s ‘Blockchain Pulse’ podcast; specialist at Yale University's Tsai CITY) weaves together guest interviews with comedic segments to bring ‘Tomorrow’ vividly to life, offering a bold, humorous perspective on what’s next across business, technology, politics and entertainment. What does ...
 
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Hosted by Entrepreneur.com Editor in Chief Jason Feifer, Build for Tomorrow dives into subjects that seem concerning or confusing today, learns about its history to find what we're missing, and looks ways to be optimistic about the future. In this episode, Jason looks at the history of supposedly “addictive” technologies to understand the surprisin…
 
Join us for a conversation with creator/host Matt Hooper, songwriter/composer Ben Easton, and songwriter/performer Mark Levy for an in-depth chat about the evolution of "Live! From Tomorrow" from tech meetup to musical podcast. In this bonus episode, we invite listeners behind-the-scenes to hear the stories of their favorite songs from the show, as…
 
It's the season finale! We recorded this entire season virtually, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, an election, and a coup. And while we set out to explore a wide array of 'Tomorrows' on this show, more often than not, we found ourselves connecting our guests' stories to the tumult of 'Today'. In this episode, we reflect on the courage it req…
 
On the eve of Joe Biden's inauguration, and two weeks after a 'mass delusional event' featured a mob of Trump supporters storming the U.S. Capitol, it's clear that whatever 'Tomorrow' brings, it will be powered by throngs of true believers--but what if the 'Tomorrow' you believe in is a lie? What if faith alone isn't enough? And do faith and truth …
 
Is our children learning? Nearly twenty years after President George W. Bush first asked this question, we are still trying to figure out the future of education. With modular, personalized digital learning even more popular in the wake of the pandemic, Matt sits down with Matthew Cantwell, Chief Strategy Officer, International Division at McGraw-H…
 
How can big corporations innovate today while planning for tomorrow? After all, given their employers' legacies, rules and processes, corporate innovators are never able to start from scratch. In an episode that takes us from the SAAS rush of the mid-2000's to a post-COVID future, Matt relates the story of a (fictional) corporate innovator, Martha …
 
When do you know that your business must change? Matt sits down to chat with Alex Trotta, Manager, Product Development and Innovation at Mastercard Labs, to discuss corporate innovation best practices. Later, Kris Kringle (yes, that Kris Kringle) worries about the future of his workshop, and requires an innovation strategy of his own. Learn more ab…
 
Who will be the 21st century’s global superpower? With a new U.S. President weeks away from inauguration, it’s time to better understand how the future of the U.S.-China relationship will affect the innovation ecosystem. In Part 2 of a two-part episode, Matt sits down to chat with Michael Zhu, Managing Partner of Accathon Capital and a champion of …
 
Who will be the 21st century’s global superpower? With a new U.S. President weeks away from inauguration, it’s time to better understand how the future of the U.S.-China relationship will affect the innovation ecosystem. In Part 1 of a two-part episode, Matt sits down to chat with Michael Zhu, Managing Partner of Accathon Capital and a champion of …
 
What will the bank of tomorrow look like? In this Thanksgiving-themed episode, Matt and Sally sever ties with their existing bank in order to work with two younger, leaner financial technology startups. This decision puts a strain on their marriage—proof that breakups, whether with humans, or with financial institutions, are never easy. Later in th…
 
Why do we crave certainty? One week after the election, we’re still wondering how the polls were so wrong— but hasn’t this need for certainty been with us since the dawn of humanity? In this episode, we take a trip back in time to meet a few of our Paleolithic ancestors struggling in the face of some very era-specific uncertainty, before leaping fo…
 
How do you make a living with your ideas? When her startup hits a financial snag, Sally wonders if anyone will pay her for her creativity. In a dystopian future where unimaginative billionaires hire artists to take residence in their brains, Sally learns how to survive as a creative professional. Meanwhile, Matt sits down to chat with B. Jeffrey Ma…
 
As Gen Z enters the workforce, how will these digital natives re-shape business values and practices? Matt is forced to confront his 'aging millennial' status when he meets a leader of this new generation, who, like her peers, values authenticity above all else. Later, he sits down with Josephine Monberg, Head of Communications for the Global Indus…
 
Are you still outraged as you scroll through the endless bad news, or have you become numb? With only a few days left before the most important election of our lives, Matt wonders whether or not our constant state of stress has paralyzed us--and anticipates what this endless doom consumption portends for democracy. Later, he sits down with artist a…
 
Is it too late to fight back against an internet overrun with false headlines, propaganda and misinformation? A double date goes awry when Matt and Sally are joined by their old buddy Gary and his new girlfriend, Roberta May, a literal advertisement. And later, Matt sits down to chat with Chelsey Delaney, a leader in user experience and service des…
 
How can American millennials, the first generation that will earn less money than their parents, hope to build a financial future? Matt's anxiety flares up when he considers laying a 'nest egg' for his family. And later, he sits down to chat with Anna N'jie-Konte, founder and CEO of Dare To Dream Financial Planning. Learn more about your ad choices…
 
What does it mean to build a workplace around radical inclusivity? Sally's perception of herself as an empathetic and inclusive co-worker is put to the test when her mother, Muriel, arrives from West Virginia seeking a new job. Meanwhile, Matt sits down to chat with Kit Krugman, Head of Organization and Culture Design at co:collective; former ED, W…
 
Combining comedy, interviews and songs, Live! From Tomorrow is a podcast unlike any other. Each week, host Matt Hooper (host, IBM’s ‘Blockchain Pulse’ podcast; specialist at Tsai Center for Innovative Thinking at Yale) weaves together guest interviews with comedic segments to bring ‘Tomorrow’ vividly to life, offering a bold, humorous perspective o…
 
Matt arrives in Copenhagen to meet the MFB team, accompanied by his ex-fiancee Sally Skalski. Their hotel, built by a company called LikeLyfe, is sentient, powered by an advanced AI and subsidized by advertising. Matt grows suspicious of the hotel, while Sally comes to love the advantages of a totally personalized hospitality experience. Matt’s par…
 
Eager to build his audience, Matt takes Live! From Tomorrow on the road: to Dover, Delaware! And while this small city may not be considered a ‘hub’ of innovation, there is apparently an enthusiastic community of tech experts, or so Matt thinks. In the wake of his first public failure, Matt heads to a bar next door, where he meets Feldman, a journa…
 
When Matt’s old mentor Pat Dreyfuss arrives backstage at his second show, Matt invites him to visit a co-working space, where Pat discovers how much the working world has changed. Open floor plans, flavored water, phrases like ‘circle back’ and ‘level set’ -- the millennial workplace is foreign to a Boomer like Pat, who struggles to steady himself.…
 
Becoming a host takes practice, and Matt has next to none. With hundreds of public officials in New York for the UN Global Goals Week, Matt manages to secure a few guests to help him hone his craft. Tensions rise when his ex-fiancee, Sally Skalski, arrives with her parents, West Virginia coal miners turned cryptocurrency miners-- a new way to make …
 
In the fall of 2018, Matt Hooper quits his job at an investment bank to become a “song and dance man” with a very unique obsession: innovation. We meet Matt in a coffee shop on the morning of his first live performance, which will be staged at New York City’s new hotbed of innovation, an office building in Hudson Yards. Unbeknownst to Matt, he has …
 
We meet Matt in a coffee shop on the morning of his first live performance. Nervous and excited, Matt behaves like any founder would upon the launch of their new venture--except, when things get particularly dramatic, he tends to burst into song. We’re on Twitter and Instagram @livefromtomorrowofficial. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megap…
 
An epic musical comedy about tech and innovation, think The Producers meets Gimlet’s ‘Startup’ podcast. Over five episodes, the inaugural season tells the extraordinary story of our lead, Matt Hooper, as he launches his new venture – a variety show-within-the-show known as Live! From Tomorrow. Throughout the first season, Matt tackles subjects like…
 
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