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I have reached Cole Raven, the co-founder of Podchaser, while he was traveling to Hawaii. Incidently a place I have very fond memories of, since I learned flying and received my private pilot’s licence on Oahu.We talked about the value of platforms for discovery and community building. About remote teams, long time friendships and new friends found on Reddit. About serendipity in innovation and startup.We also talked about remote companies, worldwide hiring, tools like Slack and Basecamp, building communities. About building a podcast platform, sharing data & credits, a growing central database for podcasts. And about fundraising in the podcasting world and new features coming along.Enjoy the conversation!Find Podchaser online.Find the full show notes with more links and transcript on the website.The 2pt5 - conversations connecting innovators podcast is hosted in Baden-Württemberg, Germany by Klaus Reichert
Marty Neumeier is an ideas man and a teacher in the best sense of the word.He has written several books about branding, creativity and innovation which became classics in their field. Marty is full of energy and ideas, and the conviction and hope that his ideas truely add value for the readers or his course participants (he just added Masterclasses to his line of focused business books).Marty Neumeiers's BooksMarty is no fan of business BS. He cuts straight to the point without oversimplifying things. "I have just tried to make it simple" is one of the hardest thing to do, dodging the irrelevant to focus on the important. THE BRAND GAP (2003) and ZAG (2006) come to mind instantly. The phrase “A brand isn’t what you say it is—it’s what they say it is.” is common knowledge now. In his third book, THE DESIGNFUL COMPANY, he addressed how business leaders can build a culture of nonstop innovation. One of his secrets: "If you wanna innovate, you gotta design."MasterclassesIn his live Masterclasses, he is bringing his teaching to a next level: the classes are for professionals that put in an effort and want to evolve their knowledge, networks and careers. Find more information and enroll for classes here. find Marty Neumeier onhis Website & "steal this ideaTwitter find all the links and a transcript in the show notes on The 2pt5 website The 2pt5 - conversations connecting innovators podcast is hosted in Baden-Württemberg, Germany by Klaus Reichert.
August 30th marks the anniversary of The 2pt5 innovator podcast. One interesting conversation per month. Work on the concept started much earlier. My first note in Evernote about the podcast is from August 2016. So a project long time in the making. But it is a side project to my job as innovation coach, so that’s okay. The podcast is a chance to grow, an adventure, a labor of love.https://the2pt5.net/the-2pt5-1st-anniversary-episodeI recorded this episode on August 30th 2020. Enjoy!--The 2pt5 - conversations connecting innovators podcast is hosted in Baden-Württemberg in the Southwest of Germany by Innovation Coach Klaus Reichert - https://www.klausreichert.deOn the show innovators from around the globe share their highs and lows of an innovator's life, their motivation and creative passions as well as their favorite methods, tools, conferences and ideas - https://the2pt5.net
This is the 2pt5 - conversations connecting innovators.My name is Klaus, I am an innovation coach in Baden-Württemberg in the Southwest of Germany.My guest  is Tamara Carleton. She has made a name as lead author of the "Playbook for Strategic Foresight and Innovation", a hands-on guide that is helping innovators around the world. Besides many other notable institutions, she works closely with the Foresight & Innovation lab at Stanford University and is the executive director of the Silicon Valley Innovation Academy at Stanford.We had our conversation about teaching a sustainable innovation practice, about helping innovation pros as a coach with vision, data and easy to use methods. And about food as an important factor for innovation teams.Check out the episodes website for additional information and a transcript at https://the2pt5.net We recorded this conversation on April 29th 2020. Enjoy!--The 2pt5 - https://the2pt5.net - conversations connecting innovators podcast is hosted in Baden-Württemberg in the Southwest of Germany by Innovation Coach Klaus Reichert - https://www.klausreichert.deInnovators from around the globe share the highs and lows of an innovator's life, their motivation and creative passions as well as their favorite methods, tools, conferences and ideas.
Today’s conversation is with Bill Reichert. Bill is co-founder and managing director of Garage Technology Ventures in Palo Alto, California, a seed and early stage venture fund in Silicon Valley. He is also a partner at Pegasus Tech Ventures, a global venture capital firm with its headquarters in Silicon Valley. And he is the Chief Evangelist for the Startup World Cup, one of the biggest and richest global startup competitions, with regional competitions around the world and a $1 million grand prize. Previously he has founded several software companies, and started the Churchill Club in Silicon Valley. Bill is a professional, very sharp mind, compassionate with a long term focus and the ability to look beyond the day to day to see potential in ideas. He is a sought-after speaker around the world and generally a great guy.Check out the The 2pt5 website for all the links and extras mentioned in the episode: https://the2pt5.net/vc-startup-evangelist-bill-reichert-about-coaching-teams-to-start-and-scale-up-ideas-organizations/--The 2pt5 - https://the2pt5.net - conversations connecting innovators podcast is hosted in Baden-Württemberg in the Southwest of Germany by Klaus Reichert - https://www.klausreichert.deInnovators from around the globe share the highs and lows of an innovator's life, their motivation and creative passions as well as their favorite methods, tools, conferences and ideas.
David Nebinski, Podcaster Extraordinaire: his Portfolio Career Podcast just passed the hundredth episode, which is a great chance to talk about showing up and doing the work.Find out more about David on his podcast's website.Check out the The 2pt5 website for all the links and extras mentioned in the episode - show notes.The 2pt5 - conversations connecting innovators podcast is hosted in Baden-Württemberg in the Southwest of Germany by Klaus Reichert.
Michael Goddaert is the founder of Domani Yachts in Belgium. Together with a group of like minded friends he is charging ahead to build truely special boats. From the ground up they are designed with electric drives which implies different thinking from past boat building. As the company is growing they are also thinking beyond the boat and look into services and complimentary business models around electrification in watersports - see the elegant boats Domani Yachts is building yourself.Check out the The 2pt5 website for all the links and extras mentioned in the episode.—The 2pt5 - conversations connecting innovators podcast is hosted in Baden-Württemberg in the Southwest of Germany by Klaus ReichertInnovators from around the globe share the highs and lows of an innovator's life, their motivation and creative passions as well as their favorite methods, tools, conferences and ideas.
Jen Zeuner and Anne Keller have found a home in Fruita, Colorado, USA, a rural town of appr. 12.000 people in the Rocky Mountains. They have built their home on great Pizza and Mountain Biking. And they have built a large community. Over fifteen years ago, they saw the necessity for a place for people to come together and took to work. Their vision was to create a place to hang out before or after hitting the trails to welcome people, have a good time, share stories.Their Hot Tomato place is not just any of the 77.000 pizza restaurants in the US (I didn't find the total worldwide). They have developed their own very special recipes and ways to do business.And many people get it: if you look at the restaurant’s many ratings of the more than 10.000 fans on Facebook, you see only praise, basically all five stars. Some random quotes are:"Best pizza ever! Best employees and atmosphere, too. We love this place!""Great""Yummy""Delicious""Amazing"This list could go on and on - Okay, let’s do some more:"Awesome""Love""Perfect pizza""Even the leftovers next morning were good" - I mean who likes cold pizza?It takes lots of innovative spirit to get there. And a way with people to built such a great community around it.This got me interested in the Hot Tomato. Besides the pizza. Get all the links, transcript, videos via the show notes on the website. The 2pt5 - conversations connecting innovators podcast is hosted in Baden-Württemberg, Germany by Klaus Reichert - https://the2pt5.net
Ever wondered how an innovation culture is being built and sustained?In the world of Innovation Paul Akers is a Star in his own right. He is an entrepreneur, author, teacher. And a lean-maniac (his own words).His podcast, YouTube channel and books have been watched, heard- and are read by millions. He has his very own way of building and more importantly sustaining his business. Paul is very intense about lean principles which he applies to the business world as well as his private life. It helped him to built a company with sought after products for woodworkers as well as train for two Ironman runs in his fifties.Find Paul here:Paul Akers websitePaul Akers wikipediaPaul Akers - The American Innovator PodcastPaul Akers Youtube channelFastCap company website & YoutubeSubscribe to the podcast for automatic updates in your favorite app.And please leave a review at Podchaser.com/the2pt5 you help others to discover the show. Also Check out listennotes.com a podcast resource I have just discovered.The 2pt5 - conversations connecting innovators podcast is hosted in Baden-Württemberg, Germany by Klaus Reichert
This is the 2point5, a podcast that connects innovators through conversations.Carl Pullein loves to create himself and sees time management as a tool to achieve the things that are important in life. With his work, including his COD system, he is reducing the complexity of systems such as GTD Getting Things Done because he has "an allergy to complexity". This episode is for innovators that want to get things done.Find Carl Pullein on his website, Apple Podcast and Youtube.If you have liked the show, give it a review on Podchaser.Find the full show notes on The 2pt5 website.The 2pt5 - conversations connecting innovators podcast is hosted in Baden-Württemberg, Germany by Klaus Reichert.
We are talking about his love for Mark Knopflers music, the influcence of Jedi Mind Tricks and music producer Gramatik on his development as a musician. Immex is a self taught guitar player, that started with passion for music and with the help of his community as he has a lot of friends in bands, a network he draws upon often. He likes hip-hop and rock’n'roll and is situated in between genres. He actually prefers this sometimes uncomfortable place between two chairs and accepts it as a source of inspiration. As an Innovator Immex is switching between classical Guitar and a Laptop as his favorite instruments to create music. Today he is multi instrumental, playing also drums, base guitar, keyboards and even sings. His beats are used on major Youtube channels such as Unbox Therapy with more than 15 mill. fans He is a master of the computer as a complex instrument but he loves playing the guitar and keeps one around all the time. He again supports his friends bands regularly in their shows. He has build his own style as a musician and a producer and believes he is still on a journey with more to come. Immex is using the digital platforms to his advantage to address a global audience from his hometown in Macedonia. In our conversation Immex also talks about the right place and time to be creative and about the Vision that starts his projects. His dream is to play with Mark Knopfler from the Dire Straights. Immex is also the creator of this show's theme song. This is the first episode. Starting the podcast with a conversation with a musician seemed appropriate. The bandwidth of the creative as well as the commercial process a musician has to cover is enormous and serves as a good example for innovators I think. Find Immex on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/immexbeats Soundcloud https://soundcloud.com/immexinthehouse Links Mark Knopfler https://www.markknopfler.com Jedi Mind Tricks https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jedi_Mind_Tricks Impressed by https://www.gramatik.net Unbox Therapy https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsTcErHg8oDvUnTzoqsYeNw Mark Knopfler Song mentioned in the conversation: "Boom, Like that" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0sYK2RwH5E8 https://open.spotify.com/track/2UQ2GTQgffhZtMCSOieaiP?autoplay=true&v=T Thank you to Immex David Nebinski Alex DiPalma & Seth Godin from The Podcasting Fellowship the other aspiring podcasters of the fellowship Andreas Urra from the University of Konstanz Colin Gray from the Podcast Host com Find more information on the show's website. Connect with the2pt5 on: Facebook Twitter Linkedin Mailing list The 2pt5 - conversations connecting innovators Please leave a review to help others discover this podcast.
My name is Klaus, I am located in the South West of Germany in the state of Baden-Württemberg. In the podcast I will talk to innovators from around the world about their motivation, ideas and creative passions as well as their favorite methods, tools and conferences. We will discuss the ups and downs, successes and failures on the way to put their ideas into reality. But foremost we will talk about their vision and what drives them to follow their hunches into unknown territory and to essentially shape the future. This is also an adventure for me. So come along and join the 2pt5. Subscribe to the podcast to listen to new episodes „fresh" from the studio. Find more information on the show's website. Connect with the2pt5 on: Facebook Twitter Linkedin * E-Mail
The great Ari Weinzweig about visioning, anarchy and building systems, food, persistence, starting, writing, running, reading and growing together - not necessarily in that order.Find out more about Zingerman's community of businesses at https://zingermans.comCheck out the The 2pt5 website for all the links and extras mentioned in the episode - show notes: https://the2pt5.net/zingermans-ari-weinzweig --Innovators from around the globe share the highs and lows of an innovator's life, their motivation and creative passions as well as their favorite methods, tools, conferences and ideas - https://the2pt5.netThe 2pt5 - conversations connecting innovators podcast is hosted in Baden-Württemberg in the Southwest of Germany by Innovation Coach Klaus Reichert - https://www.klausreichert.de
David Elderton is a creative experimenter and builder. He lives on an island near Vancouver in Canada working in the e-bike business delivering high quality custom e-bikes all across Canada. He is also in the progress of building his second electric boat. As he is experimenting and playing with ideas a lot, there is also many results. He shares them on open platforms and thus also helps others to get ahead with their projects.This episode is a long one. David and I talk about how he started his e-bike business, based on his enthusiasm for experimenting, building and for the swift way of e-bikes. We then cover the (nearly) all-solar powered household and get to talk about electric boats as well as his next projects. In the end we talk about sharing ideas, experiments, results and failures.Check out the The 2pt5 website for all the links and extras mentioned in the episode on https://the2pt5.net/david-elderton-creative-experimenter-and-builder-about-e-bikes-e-boats-e-cars-all-solar-houses-and-sharing-of-ideas-and-experiment-results/--Innovators from around the globe share the highs and lows of an innovator's life, their motivation and creative passions as well as their favorite methods, tools, conferences and ideas.The 2pt5 - https://the2pt5.net - conversations connecting innovators podcast is hosted in Baden-Württemberg in the Southwest of Germany by Klaus Reichert - https://www.klausreichert.de
By just "tinkering in the garage" (his own words), Eric Tischer built a road legal electric vehicle more than ten years ago in 2008. In a time when EVs weren’t a thing and people weren’t familiar with the technology. With knowledge from his previous jobs, AutoCAD and an enthusiasm for car conversions, he converted a Volkswagen Passat into an electric car in his California garage.After about a year and many experiments later, his commuter car was ready for the road. Since then, he has driven the Passat daily more than 90.000 miles, always improving and perfecting things step by step. The car he built in his garage landed him a job at Tesla, when it wasn’t the car company it is today. In the episode, Eric is talking about his insights into innovating, not just in the mobility sector. Listen to the episode and meet a person, that is very driven, confident and yet very humble.https://the2pt5.net/eric-tischer-about-ev-exploring-experimenting-and-the-fun-of-building-new-things-and-the-importance-of-the-garage-for-innovation We recorded this conversation on July 12th 2020. Enjoy!--The 2pt5 - conversations connecting innovators podcast is hosted in Baden-Württemberg in the Southwest of Germany by Innovation Coach Klaus Reichert - https://www.klausreichert.deOn the show innovators from around the globe share their highs and lows of an innovator's life, their motivation and creative passions as well as their favorite methods, tools, conferences and ideas - https://the2pt5.net
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Created by
Klaus Reichert
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Jan 29th, 2019
Latest Episode
Nov 14th, 2020
Release Period
Monthly
Episodes
15
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
Explicit
No
Order
Episodic
Language
English
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