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Catch up on cutting-edge developments in tech and AI, market and business trends, and the latest in groundbreaking mindset and personal development work.

The Power of Individualized Nutrition

Have you ever felt overwhelmed by the conflicting information about what you should be eating? I recently listened to a podcast that completely shifted my perspective on food and nutrition. The speaker discussed the intelligence of food and emphasized that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to diet. This revelation was truly an aha! moment for me, and I believe it can provide clarity and relief for many others who struggle with their relationship with food. Understanding Orthorexia One concept that…

How to Foster Innovation and Disruption in Your Business

In today’s fast-paced and ever-changing business landscape, it’s crucial for companies not only to innovate but also disrupt their current business models to stay ahead of the curve. However, asking existing employees to juggle both tasks can be overwhelming and ultimately counterproductive. In this blog post, we’ll explore the concept of innovation versus disruption and discuss strategies for fostering both within your organization. The Dilemma of Innovation and Disruption As the business world continues to evolve, the pressure to innovate…

Context Is Everything, And It Will Change Your Life

I wanted to share some fascinating insights with you about the power of context and how drastically it affects us when it comes to our health and wellness. It’s truly amazing how our understanding of the context can significantly impact our actions, energy, and overall approach to life. So, let’s dive into the importance of context and how it can transform our behaviors and results. The Impact of Context on Health and Wellness Recent studies have shown that the context…

The 3 Types Of  CEO And How To Impress Them

As a professional working with CEOs, it’s essential to recognize that not all CEOs are the same. There are three distinct types of CEOs, each with unique characteristics and preferences. Knowing how to approach each type can make a significant difference in your interactions and, ultimately, in your success. The Three Types of CEOs The Work-Oriented CEO This type of CEO is all about getting down to business. Their office reflects their no-nonsense attitude, with minimal personal items and a…

The Act Of Listening

I’m currently strolling through the picturesque park in Geneva, marveling at the beauty of the surroundings. As I immerse myself in this serene environment, I can’t help but reflect on the profound podcast I recently listened to about the art of listening. It’s a topic that has truly resonated with me, and I am compelled to share my thoughts with you. The Act of Listening The podcast delved into the concept of listening, emphasizing that it goes beyond simply hearing…

The Future Is Not About What, But How

As I make my way to Johannesburg for the fourth talk on my EO tour, I can’t help but feel a sense of frustration. I’ve noticed a trend among speakers, authors, and thought leaders who are passionate about sharing what needs to happen in the future but not how to make it happen. In a world where information is readily available, the focus should shift from “what” needs to be done to “how” to make it happen. The Irrelevance of…

The Emergence Of The Useless Class And Intimacy With AI

We’re on the brink of a revolutionary phase in AI that will profoundly impact how we live and work. Yuval Harari has coined the term “the useless class” to describe the 2 to 3 billion people who will see their highly regarded and highly paid jobs become obsolete due to AI advancements. This shift is driven by AI’s ability to take action on various services, moving from large language models to large action models. The Rise of LAMs and the…

The Future of Work: Adapting to Ubiquitous AI and Hyperintelligence

Embracing the Next Phase of Work I’ve just arrived in Dubai, where I’ll be speaking for Etisalat, a new global technological company. As I prepare for my presentation, I can’t help but reflect on the future of work and the impact of technological advancements on how we operate in the professional world. In my recent engagements with companies like Gibbs and Workday, I’ve delved into the concept of the future of work and identified two distinct phases that we need…

Accessing New Types of Creativity in the Age of AI

In a recent speaking engagement for Vodacom and YPO, I discussed evolving our access to creativity. This is a topic that I am passionate about, especially with the advancements in technology, such as GPT’s humane AI cell phone, which is voice-activated. As we continue to see the rise of ubiquitous intelligence all around us, it’s essential to consider how we can access new types of creativity in this rapidly evolving landscape. The Impact of AI on Creativity With the launch…