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International Keynote Speaker and Practical Futurist Andrew Grill looks at what's new and what's next, providing practical and actionable advice in each bi-weekly episode, where he is joined by global experts to talk about the near-term future. A futurist for over 35 years, Andrew will help you and your business stay ahead of the curve. Find out more at https://futurist.london
 
Podcast Festivals is a series of online conferences started during COVID by Sam Sethi, Andrew Grill and Minter Dial. Our inaugural festival was held on 28th May, called ‘The Future of Podcasting’ and our second Podcast Festival called “Voices of the World” was held on 15th July. Over 600+ people have so far attended both our festivals. Some of the amazing podcasters spoke at our festivals including Kara Swisher the New York Times journalist and award-winning podcaster on Pivot, Jason Phipps ...
 
“The most exciting new podcast in the startup world.” - Eric Ries, Founder and NYTimes Best-Selling Author Below the Line — Observing what’s really there. Should we “aim as high as possible” or “detach from results”? Should I be content where I am or always strive for “better”? We now know a lot about the field of sports psychology — but what can the best creators, founders, leaders, and research tell us about the nascent field of creator psychology? What are the real stories behind the men ...
 
"Making Smart Communities that are Accessible, Liveable and Sustainable for All"​ The Smart Community Podcast is a hub where Smart and exciting people from all around the world come to discuss all things Smart City, Smart Town, Smart Region - anything that makes a place more liveable. Together we can create the Smart Community Collective. Disclaimer: All content is representative of personal opinion only and is not associated with any company, organisation or government agency.
 
A forensic, fast-paced and sometimes irreverent take on the news that you won't find elsewhere. Using a unique ten-screen studio, we'll break down the news through analysing the data, the facts, the videos and the digital noise.​
 
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In this episode of the Smart Community podcast, I have a great conversation with Practical Futurist, Andrew Grill, who you may remember from Episodes 38 and 136. This podcast episode is another audio from the YouTube series I’ve been doing catching up with previous podcast guests during the pandemic. In this chat, Andrew and I discuss how the pande…
 
In this episode I have a brilliant chat with Warren Dean, Data Analyst and the Founder of DataTale, which is a company that provides Power BI solutions and training to local government. BI stands for Business Intelligence, by the way. It is important you know that because we will say it a lot of times in this episode. Warren tells us about his back…
 
The state government is working with business representatives to draft new coronavirus safe guidelines, but at least one peak body representing businesses is concerned. CEO of the Franchise Council of Australia, Mary Aldred, said she fears many small businesses won't be able to afford the cost associated with complying with the rules. See omnystudi…
 
After unforseen difficulties booking a guest last week the Boyz are back and boy do they come out firing. This episode has everything, ham, Tom Hanks, hockey, ham, thanksgiving, ham, shrimp, and of course, ham! Plus, is Patrick Roy a piece of shit? Are all stone fruits garbage? Listen and find out! This week let's donate to the Southern Poverty Law…
 
This week, Danielle Belton shares the story of her ceremony at Luau Pointe, with a meal at Kona Cafe and an EPCOT dessert party at UK Lochside. Danielle and Nick both work in the cruise industry and travel a lot for work, so they wanted their wedding to be centrally located and easy to plan. You'll hear how they chose their ceremony and dessert par…
 
County Court Chief Justice Peter Kidd has revealed the Melbourne backlog is in excess of 700 jury trials, and there are several hundred more trials which are pending in regional Victoria. When jury trials resume, they will do so at a limited capacity. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Victoria's road toll is down by about 20 per cent, compared to the same time last year, and almost 15 per cent below the five year average. But, in the past week, seven people have died in road crashes across the state. Assistant Commissioner for Road Policing, Libby Murphy, tells Neil Mitchell the factors behind the spike. See omnystudio.com/liste…
 
Racing Minister Martin Pakula has acknowledged the short-lived decision to allow a small crowd at the Cox Plate was "a mistake" but says he didn't make the decision alone. In a fiery interview, Neil Mitchell clashed with Mr Pakula over the decision to ever permit the crowd, which he says was "absurd". See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informa…
 
The state government has reversed a decision to allow 500 horse owners and connections to attend the Cox Plate, but Neil Mitchell says the fact they were ever permitted shows the state government "don't understand what you are going through". See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By 3AW
 
"The most exciting new podcast in the startup world.” - Eric Ries, Founder, and NYTimes bestselling author Links referenced in this episode: + Get your free Endel subscription: https://code.endel.io/?code=BELOWTHELINE + Forbes Magic Mind Article: www.forbes.com/sites/chasefeiger/2020/08/24/how-this-entrepreneur-moved-from-software-to-create-silicon…
 
Neil Mitchell has been contacted by listeners from all over the state who haven't received their paper by post yet. But Victorian Electoral Commissioner Warwick Gately says more than half of ballots have already been returned, and he doesn't believe there is a delivery problem. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
On Monday, Emergency Services Minister Lisa Neville clarified the state government plan to allow Melburnians with regional properties to travel to make their property fire and flood safe. She said Victorian councils would put travel application forms on their websites, and all councils had been informed. But at least one Victorian council knew noth…
 
Hotel quarantine could be swapped for in-home monitoring bracelets in Victoria in coming months, as international flights begin to flow into the state again. The Age today reports an unnamed senior Health Department source says discussions about the idea are occurring at the "highest level". Expert in electronic monitoring, Dr Marietta Martinovic, …
 
Under regional Victoria's current restrictions, pubs, cafes and restaurants may seat up to 40 people inside and 70 outside. But religious gatherings are restricted to 20 people and may only be outdoors. Archbishop of Melbourne, Peter Comensoli, says people of faith are "being treated in a way which is unfair and difficult". See omnystudio.com/liste…
 
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