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The Jake Lawrence Podcast
80 minutes | Nov 2, 2017
Episode #16: Sharjeel Siddique
LISTEN ON ITUNES BY CLICKING HERE AND ON STITCHER BY CLICKING HERE. Awww yisss! Time for another podcast.Sharjeel rocked my world. He's killing it over in Hyderabad, India with his company, Bothook. You can check him and Bothook out over at www.bothook.comYou can visit Sharjeel's LinkedIn profile at https://www.linkedin.com/in/sharjeel-siddique-a5a075113/Topics we talk about in this cast:*Artificial Intelligence*Chatbots*Cryptocurrencies*Entrepreneurship in India*And, of course, his Lonely Island picks
75 minutes | Aug 22, 2017
Episode #15: Heather Otto
Guest: Heather Otto (San Diego), Hewlett Packard Enterprise. She works as the Global Customer Advocacy Content Marketing Manager. She is responsible for the quality of the overall experience when inviting customers to one of their 55 globally located HP centers. We talk about the shifting sands of digital content marketing, the corporate world, creativity, and much more.
81 minutes | Jul 28, 2017
Episode #14: Kyle Olson
Kyle and I have been friends for a long while now. We get together from time to time and talk philosophy. I wanted to bring something like that to the podcast as well, something that’s maybe a little less tech-focused and a little more like two friends sitting around having coffee and discussing the inevitability of our Robot Overlords.
63 minutes | Jun 16, 2017
Episode #12: AbdulAziz Syed
AbdulAziz Syed, orthodox Muslim man, school social worker by profession, Customer Happiness Extraordinaire for Purify Your Gaze, and weekend therapist is on this week to talk about his job in helping people with process addictions and how being a Muslim man in today’s world affects his life. Outgoing, gregarious, and well-spoken, Abdul’s advice is a breath of fresh air in the often overwhelming world.
110 minutes | Jun 4, 2017
Episode #11: Kaspar Povilanskas
Kaspar is the co-founder of NowADays Media and a viral trend starter. With over 750M followers in his network, he creates trends on social media for brands, businesses, and apps. He's a free spirit, hilarious, and someone to watch out for in the coming years for sure.
88 minutes | May 30, 2017
Episode #10: Shawn Jeffers
Shawn Jeffers is the Executive Director of Little City Foundation, a large human services nonprofit providing services to individuals with autism and other intellectual and developmental disabilities throughout the Chicago area. Shawn is also an adjunct professor at Northern Illinois University teaching classes on nonprofit leadership and public administration.
46 minutes | May 24, 2017
Episode #9: Tio Hardiman
Tio Hardiman, Executive Director for Violence Interrupters, NFP, has dedicated his life and career to community organizing for peace and social change. In 1999, Mr. Hardiman joined CeaseFire, an award-winning public health model that has been scientifically proven to reduce shootings and killings. In 2004, Tio created the Violence Interrupters Initiative.
129 minutes | May 15, 2017
Episode #8: Wayne Duerkes
Wayne is going to be one of the preeminent 19th century United States historians in the next decade. Mark my words.
40 minutes | May 9, 2017
Episode #7: Sam Kwak
Sam Kwak is a serial entrepreneur, real estate investor, and author of the book, "Fire Your Boss." Oh, and he's only in his early 20s. We talk in this episode about definitions of success, insights on business and lifestyle, and a discussion on skillsets for Millenials entering the workforce or wanting to start their own business.
60 minutes | Apr 26, 2017
Episode #6: Bill Wallwin
We talk about the challenges of cloud implementation in business, what organizational culture changes need to happen in order to become more data-driven, what the market competition is, what it means to be a risk mitigation expert, predictions with AI and machine learning in the next five years, virtual reality and the advancements of VR, the existential meaning of jobs when the robots eventually take over, and much more.
81 minutes | Mar 30, 2017
Episode #5: David Gunkel
Dr. David Gunkel challenges us to think otherwise. In this podcast, we touch on many challenges: the problem of other minds, how to teach students scalability, the use of battlefield robots, robot rights, what does it mean to be human today, moral agency, Kurzweil, Žižek, Wikileaks, and we wrap it up with his Lonely Island picks.
83 minutes | Mar 19, 2017
Episode #4: Erik Engel
Erik Engel is a school social worker, coordinator of a homeless shelter, practices privately at Leyden DuPage Counseling Service, and a speaker for the Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program.
77 minutes | Mar 18, 2017
Episode #3: Alicia Schatteman
First and foremost, Dr. Alicia Schatteman is a true thought leader in the field of nonprofit studies. Her involvement as an Associate Professor in the Center for NGO Leadership and Development and the Department of Public Administration at Northern Illinois University highlights that fact, but her vision and values propel it home.
48 minutes | Mar 14, 2017
Episode #2: Ronald Lanz
Ron Lanz is a true thought leader in his field of municipal planning. He's a builder, so he loves to move ideas from inception, implementation, to execution. The idea he's building now is called The National Museum of the American Sailor, the first U.S. Navy museum dedicated to the enlisted sailor.
60 minutes | Mar 1, 2017
Episode #1: Matt Zastrow
Matt Zastrow was the perfect first guest for the podcast. A podcast about Chicago industry, tech, and thought leadership's first guest is a young entrepreneur in Colorado in a niche industry most likely impervious to the impending artificial intelligence wave. Well, maybe impervious.
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