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10X Vision

A weekly Business, Entrepreneur and Education podcast
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Elena Haskins is a parallel entrepreneur who can show us how things can be done differently.She is a product designer and founder of CONVERGE that is based in New York City. She did this  interview at the airport of Tulsa when she accepted an i
Building a business is hard. Growing a startup is even harder. With so many variables that could potentially speed up your fall or accelerate your growth, how do you choose what to focus on? What do you need to know for clarity?Whether you are
In this episode on financial remodelling for downturn economy (startups & small businesses), you'll learn about the remodelling with these fundamentals:cash reservesContingencyScenario planningConnecting with your customers betterBack to basic
Side hustle is a popular term nowadays, but how exactly do you go to build one? How do you use your skills from your professional training to run your own side hustle or business? How to have a career & business on parallel tracks? What about t
Kate Field is an emergency doctor in Tasmania, Australia. She also trains ER doctors while running a farm with her husband, Iain Field (a PhD himself). Kate's interview  is released in two parts.In today's episode (part 1), Kate shares her insp
The stay-at-home economy and remote work/services will continue to take its foothold in our new normal lives. While we need to keep pace with the news, the changes on health care, the pandemic and and the economy, we also need to keep a dynamic
I'm dedicating this episode to all my fellow entrepreneurs fighting to stay afloat to serve others and the health care workers fighting to save lives. In particular, a fearless leader and entrepreneur, Kelsey Moreira and an emergency doctor, Ka
In this second part of our conversation, Erika and I talk about how highly educated, powerful and intelligent women can get trapped in a life cycle and crash into the ground. Also, how we can regain our power by reaching out to others and get t
In a world of very few female pilots, how did Erika Armstrong make it to the commercial airline captain seat at the age of 30? What was her biggest obstacle when climbing up the aviation ladder?In this first part of a 2 part series of interview
Eric Sim helped his dad sell noodle on the street of Singapore growing up. He failed both Math & English at School and received discouraging remarks from his teacher. Despite the remarks, Eric graduated from university with an engineering degre
Hélène Lesterlin is a fox, in the sense that she has multiple-interests and able to transform herself for any new domain she desires to explore.In this episode, Hélène shares her fascinating journey of how she started her study in science and s
Jessica Powell, former Google VP turned music software startup cofounder, author and writer, shares her journey at Google and in the tech industry. Her fictional novel, The Big Disruption, has a unique view of the Silicon Valley and its culture
Will Woods, former management consultant turned entrepreneur, now is the Founder & Chief Storyteller of Forbidden Vancouver Walking Tours. He's business is growing with  12 employees.Because of the seasonal nature of his business, Will takes on
Kelsey Moreira, former manager at Intel turned entrepreneur, shares how she ditched her 10-year tech career to start and run Doughp, a cookie dough business. She started with only $2,000 for a cookie dough cart and cookie dough materials.In thi
Nora Dunn, former financial planner turned professional traveller, shares her stories and strategies on building businesses, generating financial security before 30 and creating a beautiful life travelling the world full time for 12 years. Now
Ric Lindberg, self-proclaimed data nerd, is the host of "Relationship Power at Work" podcast. He has been serving global organizations as one of the top European technology consultants for over 10 years. He is passionate about helping technical
After getting her Master in International Business, a short stint with banking and an international NGO, Julie Murat knew that working for corporations or large organizations was not for her.In search of her new path, Julie connected online wit
Kim Ransom approached me for a podcast crossover and that's how I learned about Kim and invited her as my podcast guest. I knew very little about Kim before my interview of her. What surprises me while interviewing her is her humility, besides
Karena de Souza, now a strategist, speaker and coach on future of work for GenZ, shares with us on how to stay relevant even when you don't know what future holds for you. Her insights, drawing from her scenario planning experience at Morgan St
Amy Williams, now founder & CEO of Good-Loop, is changing and shaping the landscape of global brand advertising by empower consumers to give chartiable donation using advertisers' money. It's truly a win-win-win situation for all parties. As an
Haylee Galloway was a corporate HR specialist before she got sick with fibromyalgia. While she's in the midst of doing medical testings, her employer fired her. Two weeks after being fired, her condition improved. With 2 young daughters, Haylee
Amy Giddon, former President of Rushcard and Vice President of American Express turned entrepreneur, shares how she took her opporutunity at Bain & Compan early on in her career as a shortcut to advance her career in Bain and later to Vice Pres
Can change thinking guide you to a new path? In this episode, I share why and how I started my 10X Vision podcast, including using a fundamental principle of economics to explain a changing trend in people's career journey. You'll want to know
As a former managing director of a global advertising agency, Simon Ratcliffe shares how he started his career, built on his inclination he called luck and accelerated his career and business trajectory, with a success exit from his business he
How does a scientist, former technology executive and a podcaster operate at the intersection of her knowledge, wisdom and passion to shape learning as a culture? In this episode, my guest, Maria Xenidou, a PhD in material science and a former
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