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A girl diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder shares her thoughts and experiences, discussing a variety of topics related to mental illness, her personal life, and the universe. She emphasizes that this project is a growing, living thing, capable of metamorphosis. It eats live crickets and sleeps in the daytime.
 
In this podcast we speak with top performers and hear the uncut no-fluff version of their journey to the top. We learn what their superpower is, as well as their kryptonite. The goal of this podcast is to help aspiring entrepreneurs and leaders to get inspired and tap into their superpowers. As entrepreneurs and businesspeople we search for answers, How to be successful? How to overcome challenges? How to build the right strategy? The right marketing plan? How did others accomplish what they ...
 
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PAUL MCKINLAY is the Vice President of Communications & Remote Working at Cimpress & Vistaprint. In this interview, we discuss how Cimpress & Vistaprint transitioned into being a "remote first" company and how they made how and when they work a towering strength of their culture and a competitive advantage. For more stories of remote teams doing gr…
 
We think it’s fair to say that in order to be successful and live a fulfilled life, you need to change and grow. Which makes this episode a valuable listen to anyone who wants to do just that, and to make more impact on the people around them. In the episode, we speak with Peter Bregman and Howie Jacobson, authors of YOU CAN CHANGE OTHER PEOPLE: Th…
 
AVIVA PINCHAS is the Head of Growth at the fully remote company, Parabol, your "Agile Meeting CoPilot". In this interview we talk about how Parabol operates as a fully remote company, what their asynchronous decision making process looks like, and how to separate work and life. For more stories of remote teams doing great things, visit https://www.…
 
NEIL MILLER is the host of The Digital Workplace podcast. He has interviewed over 175 leaders about what it will take to thrive in the digital age. For over 5 years, he has managed remote teams and worked with Kissflow. In this interview we talk about culture, productivity, and the 5 levels of a digital workplace. For more stories of remote teams d…
 
In this month’s episode, we speak with Hillel Fuld.He’s a one-man legend who’s very known in the tech landscape as a top influencer. He’s a person that accomplished everything, by just doing what he loves and hoping that people will love what he does.He started off by literally just posting his musings online as a diary, which led him to work with …
 
DARREN MURPH is the Head of Remote at GitLab and the author of Living The Remote Dream,’ GitLab’s Remote Playbook, as well as ‘iPad Secrets’ and ‘iPhone Secrets’. He is also has the Guinness World Record for most blog posts ever written! In this interview, we talk about how GitLab works as the world's largest all remote company, what the Head of Re…
 
"I need to feel like I get to the end and did the most that I could do, or I'm not going to be satisfied. So I need to be great, whatever that's going to be." Katie Schuele, Co-Founder of Boostr, joins the Superpowers podcast to talk about her journey into entrepreneurship. Her career started in sales at IBM, and Katie quickly realized it was not h…
 
ALEX HOWLAND is the co-founder and President of Virbela, a virtual world for work, education and events. In this interview, we discuss how virtual worlds can mitigate burnout, how to foster a healthy company culture, and how companies can support their employees while returning the new "normal". For more stories of remote teams doing great things, …
 
My friendship with Andy Dunn started 10 years ago at a conference in Hawaii. Even though we have been in each other's lives for a long time, I had no idea he is a life-long sufferer of depression. When we think about incredible entrepreneurs, like Andy, it is hard to believe that they can be so successful while battling such dark times. Today, on t…
 
ROBERT GLAZER is the founder and Managing Director of global performance marketing agency, Acceleration Partners, one of the biggest, fully-remote workplaces in the US with over 100 employees. Bob's secret to success is hiring great people and rewarding for results, not hard work. For more stories, visit CollaborationSuperpower.com…
 
In this episode we speak with Paula Davis, Founder, and CEO of the Stress & Resilience Institute, helping organizations prevent burnout, and build resilience. She’s the author of Beating Burnout At Work: why teams hold the secret to well-being and resilience. The Financial Times recently included her book in its March roundup of best business books…
 
Alex Cruz, International DJ, has produced music for almost 30 years. At the age of 18, Alex left his hometown of Amsterdam for life at the beach. He realized he had a passion for music and started making his own. He partnered with a childhood friend who bought a mixing console, and they started djing for friends. He was 22 when he released his firs…
 
DOM PRICE is the Head of R&D and Work Futurist at Atlassian. Originally from Manchester, now living in Sydney Australia, Dom spends half his time on the road between the US, Europe, and Australia. We discuss what Atlassian struggles with and how they share and scale the knowledge throughout their organization. We also discuss how they manage commun…
 
A hybrid team is a configuration where part of the team works in the office, and part of the team works elsewhere. Admittedly, this is the most difficult style of working but when the right processes are put in place, it can be just as successful. In this episode, we highlight the building blocks of successful hybrid collaboration. For more stories…
 
In this episode we speak with Ido Safruti, co-founder and CTO of PerimeterX, a company that provides digital threat protection for businesses and is valued at nearly a billion dollars. The company was named number 49 on Deloitte’s Fast 500 Ranking Highlights with an incredible 3,637% Growth in just Three Years. We discuss:• His path to founding his…
 
MIKE ADAMS is the Founder of Grain.co, a tool that allows you to caption & clip zoom video segments - so that you can compress hours worth of meetings into summaries. In this interview, we talk about why recording and managing our spoken knowledge can help teams work better together. For more stories of remote teams doing great things, visit https:…
 
TOBIAS WINDBRAKE is the Director of the DACH region for iObeya a digital visual management platform. He has developed a curated collection of resources for personal study and discovery about... collaboration. In this interview, we talk about the components of good collaboration, the role of leadership, and why most teams need to be thinking about v…
 
In this episode we speak with Vik Harrison, who’s most known as the co-creator of Charity: Water, a nonprofit that provides drinking water to people in developing nations. Since it was founded in 2006, Charity: Water has inspired a movement of one million supporters from 100 countries and to date, they’ve helped 10 million people around the world g…
 
JOHN O'DUINN has written code and led engineering teams in companies ranging from four person startups, to non-profits, to multinationals – including in the US Government as part of the U.S. Digital Service in the Obama White House. He is the author of Distributed Teams: The Art and Practice of Working Together While Physically Apart. And he helped…
 
Kara Goldin started her career at Time Magazine and was quickly recruited by CNN for advertising sales. She then took a role at a small startup company called 2Market, where she was worried that she wouldn't contribute because she knew nothing about tech. But, Kara showed up every day, learning and growing, and when AOL acquired the company, she be…
 
JIM KALBACH is the Chief Evangelist at MURAL - one of the virtual whiteboard everyone is raving about. In this interview, we discuss the experience that the MURAL team had when covid hit in 2020, why virtual whiteboards are so important for remote collaboration, and how they can help us navigate the new world of working. For more stories of remote …
 
Episode 36 - Lisa Sweetingham (author and journalist)In this episode, we speak with journalist and author Lisa Sweetingham. Her writing has appeared in the New York Times, Parade, Spin, Time Out New York, Health Affairs, and many other publications. Her track record includes the coverage of high-profile murder trials and Supreme Court nomination he…
 
CARLOS VALDES-DAPENA is the founder of Corporate Collaboration Resources, a group effectiveness consulting firm. He is also a speaker, podcaster, and author of Virtual Teams: Holding the Center When you Can't Meet Face-to-Face. In this interview we talk about routines and process that drive team collaboration, the common pitfalls of team building, …
 
KARIN REED is an on-camera communications expert, the CEO and Chief Confidence Creator at Speaker Dynamics, and the author of Suddenly Virtual: Making Remote Meetings Work. In this interview we discuss her best tips for giving presentations online, how to go from being a passive observer to an active participant, and how to navigate hybrid meetings…
 
In this episode, we speak with Pat Dossett.Pat’s a former Navy Seal and Google exec who left Silicon Valley to start a business called Madefor - a company that helps people reach their greatest potential by forming positive habits through principles of Neuroscience, positive physiology, wellness, and health.As a podcast about peak performance with …
 
REBECCA SEAL is an award-winning food, drink, lifestyle and personal development writer who recently authored the book SOLO: How To Work Alone (and Not Lose Your Mind). In this interview, we discuss how to create a "brain-friendly" workspace, why the 9-5 work day is an outdated and unhealthy way to work, and what signs to look for when we're burnin…
 
LINE MØRKBAK is a Facilitator of Global Collaboration and the Founder of Global LEAP Consulting. In this interview, we discuss how to facilitate an "open space" event remotely, what makes a good facilitator, the best tools for remote open spaces and the value of getting everyone co-creating together. For more stories, visit https://www.collaboratio…
 
‎”I like founders who are trying to solve a problem they have personally. They’re facing some kind of a challenge, they don’t find a solution, they don’t have a product that solves it, and they say - ok, I’m going to find a way to make this problem go away for myself. What usually happens later is that as soon as they do that and find a solution, t…
 
HOWARD SUBLETT is the CEO and Chief Product Owner of the Scrum Alliance. In this interview, we discuss how the Scrum Alliance had to pivot from giving in person to online trainings, the changes in Agile since the manifesto was released 20 years ago, Scrum for families, and managing boundaries. For more stories, visit https://www.collaborationsuperp…
 
BEN TAYLOR is the founder of HomeWorkingClub.com, the "ultimate online resource for freelancers & home workers". In this interview, we discuss how to create a work routine that is productive and sustainable, how to manage your energy levels, and how to start working as a freelancer. For more stories, visit https://www.collaborationsuperpowers.com…
 
“The worst problem is when people don’t know what they want to do and who they want to be. My advice to them is go back to your childhood because when you’re a kid you don’t have the mindset that’s from society or from your parents, Hey everyone, you’re quite a clean sheet of paper and you just explore the world – if you like something – you like s…
 
ROWENA HENNIGAN is a remote work skills specialist at RoRemote, a lecturer at Technological University Dublin, and the author of Better Breaks For Remote Workers: Gentle Exercises To Recharge. In this interview we talk about how to create a self care plan that allows for a sustainable work life balance. For more stories, visit https://www.collabora…
 
Derek is a lecturer, author of Ego, Authority, Failure©, and a negotiations trainer and coach at the Black Swan Group. Some of you may be familiar with the Black Swan Group as it is managed by Chris Voss the author of the bestselling book “Never Split the Difference”. He has 29 years of law enforcement experience, 20 of which as a team member, lead…
 
This has not been an easy year, but if we've learned anything, it's that we're all in it together. The global north, south, east, west -- no country has come away unscathed. For the families who have lost loved ones, we send our most heartfelt sympathies. And for the millions of people around the world who have had to endure strict lockdowns, you h…
 
With millions of followers across the world through his blog, podcast “Marketing School” and social channels - it’s very unlikely you are not familiar with the work of Neil Patel.He’s a New York Times best-selling author, named top influencer on the web by The Wall Street Journal, one of the top 10 marketers in the world according to Forbes, recogn…
 
SARAH WEILER IS an L&D Designer & Disruptor, TEDx Speake, CEO & FaSILLYtator - Power of Uke™, Creator - Quitting Quadrant® + Carousel™. In this interview we talk about how playing the ukulele can helps us with empathy, creativity, and dealing with uncertainty. And why a "tech free Thursday" could be a good idea. For more stories, visit https://www.…
 
VERN HOWARD is the CEO and Founder of Hallo, a diversity recruiting platform that helps connect college students with companies for job opportunities. In this interview, we talk about what is wrong with traditional recruitment, how going online levels the playing field, and how Covid and spurred innovation in recruitment. For more stories, visit ht…
 
NAGESH SHARMA is the CEO of FlowSphere AG, a company that helps others with their Lean-Agile digital transformations. In this interview we discuss how to take training, coaching, and consulting online and how to create a resilient organization that practices radical candor. For more stories, visit https://www.collaborationsuperpowers.com…
 
In this special episode, we speak with David Benjamin, the co-author of CRACKING COMPLEXITY: The Breakthrough Formula for Solving Just About Anything Fast.In the book, he and his co-author David Komlos, share their proven formula for dramatically shortening processes and cracking an organization’s toughest challenges. David regularly guides leaders…
 
CARLOS ESCUTIA is the CEO of GroWrk, a smart remote office management platform that enables companies to supply employees with premium home workspaces. In this interview, we discuss what makes a healthy and productive remote office, how to deal with conflict, and how to create a safe environment for remote discussions. For more stories, visit https…
 
EMILY MORGAN is an entrepreneurial leader with a compelling story and valuable insights to share with your podcast audience. She launched Delegate Solutions, a premium virtual assistance firm, 12 years ago as a 100% remote, flex work company. She’s been featured on numerous podcasts and webinars and was recently featured by NBC for a wonderful idea…
 
In this episode we speak with Massimo Chieruzzi GM and co-founder at AdEspresso which is a tool for SMBs to manage, analyze and optimize Facebook Ads and which was acquired by Hootsuite in 2017.He’s a multi-hyphen dude. He’s been a radio speaker, journalist, developer, marketer, entrepreneur and angel investor.At 14 years old he was the youngest It…
 
JOSEPH YOUNG is the Founder and Director of Kuvio Creative, a full-service web design and development company. Kuvio Creative is a 100% remote company that believes in a 30 hour full time work week. In this interview, we discuss how to find your own ways of being productive, how to find work life balance, going more asynchronous, and bringing in mo…
 
In this episode we speak with Neal Schaffer, a recognized leader and university educator who helps businesses maximize their social media presence through his:– Social media agency– Strategy consulting– Keynote speaking and – Award-winning books He’s been named a Forbes Top 50 Social Media Power Influencer two years in a row. His portfolio includes…
 
KATERINA TRAJCHEVSKA is the cofound and CEO at Adeva, a company of developers who help scale engineering teams on demand. In this interview we discuss how their company transitioned to remote work, how to hire remote developers, and how to deal with being always on. For more stories, visit www.collaborationsuperpowers.com…
 
In this episode we speak with the fantastic Eric Siu, CEO of digital marketing agency Single Grain.Single Grain has worked with Fortune 500 companies such as Amazon, Uber and Salesforce to help them acquire more customers.He also hosts two podcasts: Marketing School with Neil Patel and Growth Everywhere, an entrepreneurial podcast where he dissects…
 
On this episode of the Superpowers podcast, Bill and Chris talk with Deborah Wahl, Global CMO at General Motors. Growing up, Deborah earned the nickname “Big D” from her siblings for her go-getter attitude and unrelenting pursuit of success. Deborah was born and raised in Detroit. Her father was in the auto industry and she did her first internship…
 
ALISSA CARPENTER is a workplace communications expert and the owner of Everything's Not Ok And That's Ok. She's also the author of a book called "How to listen and be heard". In this interview, we discuss how to harness differences in the workplace, why it's important to have difficult conversations (rather than avoid them), and how to evaluate the…
 
On this episode of the Superpowers podcast, Bill and Chris bring on Lizzie Widhelm, SVP Ad Innovation and B2B Marketing at Pandora. Lizzie is a witty and influential executive in media technology whose experiences as a mother have helped guide her career and vice-versa. As she told the hosts, “Raising boys is like running a sales team. You set clea…
 
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