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The Justin Brady Show
30 minutes | 8 days ago
The economics of selfies? I speak with Ashley Wilkerson, Founder of Selfie WRLD.
The pandemic crushed her photography business, but cancer-survivor Ashley Wilkerson didn't take it lying down. She pivoted to a business model based on selfies! No joke! This pro photographer has opened 12 brick-and-mortar selfie studios during the pandemic, with 28 set to open across the nation.
28 minutes | 18 days ago
Axon, makers of Taser, is making the bullet obsolete. CFO Jawad Ahsan joins me.
In an era of rising tensions and concern about violence, one company has made it their mission to make the bullet obsolete. Axon, makers of bodycams and the Taser have an incredible mission, and their CFO, Jawad Ahsan joins me to discuss the future of de-escalation and building teams.
35 minutes | 22 days ago
Tech CMO, Jory Des Jardins, explains what will change when Chrome removes 3rd party cookie support.
Google is removing 3rd party cookie support from Chrome, the most popular web browser in the world. Jory Des Jardins, CMO of The @ Company, explains the significance and how the web will begin the change. Also, we dig into the other ways Google is already tracking people via Chrome and why consumers can't breathe easily just yet.
36 minutes | a month ago
Mark Horoszowski, CEO of Moving Worlds. Can capitalism lead a more equitable / sustainable recovery?
Are capitalists profit-hungry evil folks, or can capitalists actually lead a better, more equitable, more sustainable recovery? We discuss why corporate responsibility and social impact is a true selling point these days, why Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) conversations of skyrocketed, and the amazing growth of Environmental, Social, and Corporate Governance (ESG) investing.
33 minutes | a month ago
Performing Artist, Will Keeps, Discusses His Viral Video, Racial Healing, and Pushback
Will Keeps cover of "Living On A Prayer" will give you chills, but his goal is much bigger than just laying down a great vocal track. He's focused on bringing healing to the black community and our Police officers. He's accomplished a great deal in a short amount of time, despite people that hate him for it.
30 minutes | a month ago
Real estate juggernaut, Ari Rastegar discusses the strong future of retail and the evolving office.
Ari Rastegar turned $3000 into 4.9 million square feet across 34 cities and explains to be in vivid detail how brick and mortar retail is about to explode, how retailers can position themselves to win, and how the office space will evolve in amazing ways.
64 minutes | 2 months ago
Why do startups fail. Why did a 5 hour work day fail. And what's up with women coworking spaces?
Three guests joined me LIVE on Clubhouse to discuss powerful business lessons and some listeners joined in as well. Tom Eisenmann, Harvard Business School Professor discusses why startups fail. Stephan Aarstol, CEO of Tower Paddle Boards discusses why his 5-hour workday failed. And Felena Hanson of Hera Hub created a coworking space for women? Join me live every Tuesday on Clubhouse at 11 am CT and check Twitter (@JustinBrady) or my website to see who my next guests are.
35 minutes | 2 months ago
Steve Gilbert, Chairman of Sun Mobility just changed my mind on swappable batteries for EVs.
Swappable batteries for EVs were famously tried by Tesla, but they flopped. I ask Steve Gilbert, Chairman of the Board for Sun Mobility if Tesla and Elon Musk got it wrong or if they were just too early. Gilbert explains why the way we think of city vs cross-country travel will change in the future, and how an entirely new market of vehicles will likely emerge.
14 minutes | 2 months ago
eBay is banning sales of Dr. Seuss? I speak with the writer of a viral tweet on the book removed.
I interviewed the man behind a viral tweet, Chad Crawford of @AUChizad about eBay taking down his Dr. Seuss book sale. They even threatened to suspend his account if he tried again. Have we gone too far? I have my thoughts as well.
37 minutes | 2 months ago
Editor in Chief of Entrepreneur Magazine, Jason Feifer, on how to consistently find fresh content
Whether he's producing content for his two podcasts or leading Entrepreneur Magazine, there's no denying Jason Feifer is a content savant. I've often asked how it's possible he consistently comes up with fresh, unique, and educational work. Plus, he tells me his most awkward interview, and how to pitch a story for him to consider.
27 minutes | 2 months ago
Got an asshole boss? Don't get revenge, they will destroy themself without your help.
That asshole boss at work? Just let it go. Seriously. In this show, I explain why every single asshole boss I've worked under is in rough shape today. If they treat you like crap, they are treating many others like crap. Because most people stick within the same industries, it's only a matter of time, usually 10 years or so, before they burn too many bridges and get stuck. Special thanks to Jay for contributing via Clubhouse.
32 minutes | 3 months ago
Toothpaste tablets? Asher Hunt is taking a Bite out of plastic waste and said "no" to Mark Cuban.
There hasn't been any real innovation in toothpaste for decades and the amount of waste generated by toothpaste tubes alone is significant. That's why Bite has created toothpaste tabs in a glass container, with easy refills. Co-founder Asher Hunt explains how the tabs foam up when bitten, and why they walked away from Mark Cuban's offer.
28 minutes | 3 months ago
Is it bad to be against minimum wage hikes and student debt cancellation?
As everyone points figures and calls each other evil, Justin Brady explains why there are logical good-natured reasons why people are actually against a $15 minimum wage increase and canceling student debt. Have we lost the ability or respectfully disagree?
30 minutes | 3 months ago
Fake folks on Clubhouse. Plus, don't look like an ass when pitching journalists.
I've been using Clubhouse for nearly one week and while there are a lot of aspects I love, there are some really ugly aspects you should be aware of. Mostly, there are a lot of fake people so be careful. Also in this show, I address a few listeners who need a lesson on how to pitch podcasts, shows, and get press for themselves. I'd guess right now they're turning off journalists.
13 minutes | 3 months ago
SPECIAL: Censorship of any group, not just conservatives, sets a dangerous precedent.
Taking down Parler and censoring the past President's Twitter account, as noble as it may seem on the surface, set a dangerous precedent. Is this the beginning of a tech civil war? I think it might be and I want to discuss this with you. The bottom line is this: no matter how loony a view is, I believe it should be included in the public square where it can be debated and challenged with love, compassion, and mutual respect. Am I wrong? Am I right? Message me at justinkbrady.com
33 minutes | 4 months ago
Will Burns of Ideasicle says remote collaboration can be BETTER than in person. What?
I've often thought remote collaboration is inferior to in-person collaboration but Will Burns, founder of Ideasicle, who has worked at the most prestigious agencies, says it can be better! It turns out there are certain negatives that come with in-person collaboration most of us forget about. Introverts are steamrolled by loudmouths, and we tend to discriminate based on where feedback comes from. But remotely? Some of that stuff goes away.
30 minutes | 4 months ago
Matanya Horowitz, CEO of AMP Robotics Didn't Just Save The Recycling Industry, He Re-Created It
Is This the End of Recycling? Citing logistical and sorting problems, that's what a 2019 piece in The Atlantic asked. But as recyclables are tossed into landfills and recycling companies are on the verge of dying, the CEO of Amp Robotics, Matanya Horowitz has invented a robot that sorts faster and more accurately than humans.
33 minutes | 4 months ago
Dr. Jon Lensing, CEO of OpenLoop Is Creating A Fluid Healthcare Workforce in the USA
What if healthcare workers could help people based on who needed healthcare and not geography? Would that address the projected 2.5 million health worker shortage? Dr. Jon Lensing, CEO of OpenLoop Technology is addressing that very problem. Also in this show: everyone is predicting the end of business travel, but Justin thinks everyone... is WRONG, and he has some solid reasons.
25 minutes | 4 months ago
Pixar's New Movie, SOUL Is So Detailed It Will Blow Musician's Minds + Robots Dance Better Than Me
Pixar has released "Soul" on Disney + and it's incredible for more reasons than even you realize. For example, did you see the pianist's hands? Also in this show: Robots dance better than I do, and this will change the future. And what Boeing DIDN'T do when re-launching the MAX shocked me.
37 minutes | 4 months ago
Is it remote work or remote workaround? David Burkus, author of Leading From Anywhere
Bestselling author and Thinkers50 dude, David Burkus joins me to answer a big question is remote work just a remote workaround? As soon as the pandemic hit, Burkus got his nose to the grind creating a guide book solely focused on remote work management. I throw all my objections, questions, and challenges and he offers up concrete tactical strategies for remote managers to not just manage, but thrive and exceed their own goals.
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