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Dan Go is a serial entrepreneur, coach, and investor with over 20 years of experience within the fitness industry. He is also the founder of High-Performance Founder Accelerator, a fitness company that focuses on getting high-achieving entrepreneurs into their ideal bodies with minimal stress. Dan has been ranked one of the top fitness coaches on T…
 
Nilam Ganenthiran is the President of Instacart. Prior to joining Instacart in 2013, Nilam was a Management Consultant with AT Kearney’s Consumer Retail practice, and also worked in shopper marketing and brand management at Proctor and Gamble. Nilam is a graduate of York University’s Schulich School of Business and also holds an MBA from the Harvar…
 
Actress and comedian Helen Rutter drops into the podcast to talk about her debut novel. Titled The Boy Who Made Everyone Laugh, it's a funny and touching story about Billy Plimpton, who is just starting secondary school, is desperate to become a stand-up comic... and who is also living with a stutter. A resources pack, including teaching notes, pla…
 
Tom Bilyeu co-founded Quest Nutrition, the #1 protein bar brand in America. After leaving Quest in 2016, he started his own media company and podcast called Impact Theory. With his new venture, Tom seeks to incite lasting global change through the incubation of mission based businesses and the creation of empowering content. In this episode, I talk…
 
Colin Wright is an evolutionary biologist and the managing editor at Quillette. Previously, he held a postdoctoral position at Penn State University. His views on gender opposed progressive ideology, which received huge backlash from activist groups. Colin’s critics had even gone as far as to spread false claims to ruin his potential employment opp…
 
Jennifer Burke is the Head of Sales and Account Management at Faire. Prior to joining Faire, Jen worked in sales at ClassPass for 4.5 years, and at Bain & Co, McCann Erickson and Disney before that. In this episode I talk to Jen about how her general manager role at ClassPass turned into a sales role on day one, what she first thought of sales, and…
 
Aaron Grabau played 405 games with the Cairns Taipans, was the only player to be a part of both the team's inaugural roster in 1999 and the teams first NBL Finals appearance (2011). He became a Taipans legend and to date is the only player to have his jersey retired by the club (twice, which you'll hear about on the show) and he joins Dan Boyce on …
 
Benjamin Boyce is the host of the Boyce of Reason podcast. He is most known for being a vocal critic of the Evergreen protests, having witnessed it firsthand as a student. His in-depth documentary and series of videos expose the chaotic behaviors that took place during the week-long incident in 2017. The event has been a result of the Evergreen Col…
 
Bing Gordon joined Kleiner Perkins in 2008 and serves as Chief Product Officer for the firm. Bing also leads Kleiner Perkins' sFund, the investment initiative to fund and build applications and services that deliver on the promise of the social web. The sFund, launched in 2010 with strategic partners Amazon.com, Facebook, Zynga, Comcast, Liberty Me…
 
The United Nations quotes human trafficking as the hidden figure of crime, with estimates showing that only 0.04% of survivors of human trafficking cases are identified. Our guest for today, Eliza Bleu, is one such survivor who miraculously survived a tragic case of human trafficking right here in the US. As a 17-year-old minor, Eliza moved to LA w…
 
Erik Bernhardsson is the ex-CTO and now Senior Adviser at Better. He joined as one of the first 10 employees when the company was less than a year old. Prior to joining Better, he worked as the engineering manager at Spotify. In this episode I talk to Erik about why he took an early-stage Spotify job over an offer from Google, how he found the comm…
 
Support the podcast https://www.chattingwithcandice.com Dr. James V. Hardt is a research scientist, psychologist, author, and founder of Biocybernaut Institute. Known for inventing the world's first Micro-Computer-based brain wave analyzer and biofeedback system, Dr. Hardt offers unique brain training programs at Biocybernaut. Dr. Hardt has travele…
 
Head Coach of the New Zealand National Men's basketball team, the Tall Blacks, joins Dan Boyce on this episode to talk about his time in the NBL, Steven Adams chances of joining the squad in the future, how New Zealand basketballers aspire to play in the NBL and coaching plans for the Tall Blacks future. Pero Cameron was a part of the inaugural New…
 
Michael Rosen - possibly one of the nation's most-loved poets and authors - shares some of his best writing tips with listeners, and also talks about his latest collection of poetry, 'On the Move', and why the topic of migration is so powerful for him. A resources pack, including teaching notes, planning sheets, working wall elements and more is av…
 
Kevin Ryan is the Founder and CEO of AlleyCorp, an incubator and venture capital fund that is responsible for founding some of the most transformative companies in New York, including MongoDB which is currently valued at $19B, Business Insider which he sold for $440M, GILT which he sold for $250M, Zola, Nomad Health, and CoEdition among others. At …
 
Melbourne United rookie Jack White had just begun a fantastic rookie season when he suffered a season-ending Achilles injury against the Cairns Taipans in April. Jack now faces 12 months of rehabilitation to get back onto the court and in uniform for United. We spoke to Jack about his take on his own rookie season prior to the injury, get an update…
 
Chris Williamson is the host of the podcast Modern Wisdom. After being a club promoter for over a decade, running more than a thousand events, and most famously appearing on Love Island, Chris, tired of the party scene, started the podcast to expand his purview. Although he still runs club nights, he now spends most of his time hosting his show, a …
 
Screenwriter and author Frank Cottrell-Boyce pops into the podcast to discuss his brand-new children's novel, Noah's Gold - and why the internet can cause a real problem for storytellers! A resources pack, including teaching notes, planning sheets, working wall elements and more is available to support this episode at bit.ly/AIYCFrankCBpack. This e…
 
Jen Ong Vaughan is the Head of Sales and Customer Success at Assembled where she joined as the first business hire in 2019, when the company was less than one year old. Prior to Assembled, Jen worked at Stripe for four years in Business Operations, and was a Senior Associate Consultant at Bain & Co before that. In this episode I talk to Jen about s…
 
Keisha Grey is a highly acclaimed former adult star with more than 1.5 million fans on Instagram. Her meteoric rise to become one of the most sought-after actresses in the industry was not without a few hiccups, though. First, Keisha battled addiction, and her fall from grace led to a short stint at Dunkin Donuts. Nonetheless, her determination to …
 
Mark Leader joined the Devonport Warriors NBL team in 1983 after graduating from Western Oregon University. A 6 month holiday in Australia that turned into a 12-year NBL playing career that included championships in 1989 and 1994 with the North Melbourne Giants. Leader, who is the only Giants player to be a part of the two title runs, he also capta…
 
Aella is one of OnlyFans' most successful creators. Aella was homeschooled in a fundamentalist Christian household. After leaving home and finding herself unable to afford college, she found herself in a series of demoralizing jobs, the worst of which included working in a windowless factory and being exposed to sunlight for only two days every wee…
 
Dan Lewis is the CEO and Co-Founder of Convoy, the most efficient Digital Freight Network. Convoy is valued at $3.3B with over $600M of funding from investors that include Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff, former Starbucks president Howard Behar, and U2’s Bono and The Edge. Before Convoy, Dan served as General Manager of New Shop…
 
Nik Koblov is the Head of Risk and Financial Engineering at Ramp. Prior to joining Ramp, Nik spent three years at Affirm working as the Head of Bank and New Markets Engineering, and 18 years at Goldman Sachs. In this episode I talk to Nik about the engineering culture at Goldman and how it set him up well for the startup world, why Affirm’s innovat…
 
Dejan Vasiljevic played his junior basketball with the Melbourne Tigers program before accepting a scholarship to attend Basketball Australia's Centre of Excellence and shortly after the University of Miami. Vasiljevic graduated in 2020 band declared for the NBA Draft but with COVID-19 cancelling any opportunity for NBA teams to see players work ou…
 
Donna is a serial entrepreneur best known for her work as CEO of Palm Computing and then Handspring, pioneers of the first successful handheld computers and smartphones. Previously, Donna spent 10 years in a multitude of sales, sales support, and logistics functions—both at Apple and at Claris, an Apple software subsidiary. In 2005, she founded mac…
 
Our bodies are unique, and the way one person’s body heals might not necessarily work for you. Which begs the question, how much control do you have on your wellness? Are you the type that follows other people’s practices without analyzing whether they can work for you? According to Dr. Tommy, the more control we have over our wellness, the better …
 
At the time we recorded this episode Dan Wright was the President and COO at DataRobot, and was just last week named CEO of the company. Prior to joining DataRobot Dan was the COO (and before that the General Counsel) at AppDynamics. He also spent two and a half years at Goodwin Law Firm as a technology and venture capitalist lawyer. In this episod…
 
Chatting with Candice Sall Grover Episode Run Time: 01:24:27 Sall Grover is a former Hollywood screenwriter and CEO of Giggle, a female-only app that connects women worldwide for freelance work, activism, and emotional support, all without unwanted interruptions and misogynistic abuse. Grover was inspired to launch the app after bearing years of se…
 
Earlier this month the Adelaide 36ers signed former San Antonio Spurs swingman Brandon Paul as a replacement for Donald Sloan. He's set to debut with the 36ers after spending two weeks in quarantine and he joined us on the Aussie Hoopla podcast to share stories of playing overseas, his time with the Spurs and plans for his time in Australia and the…
 
David Tisch is the Managing Partner of BoxGroup, an NYC-based seed stage venture capital firm that has invested in over 300 seed-stage startups, including Plaid, Roman, PillPack, Flatiron Health, Stripe, Warby Parker, Harry’s, Oscar, Flexport, Classpass, Vine, Clubhouse, GroupMe, Airtable and more. He is also the co-founder of the startup incubator…
 
Former sports journalist and author of the wildly popular Jamie Johnson series of books, Dan Freedman, drops in to the podcast to discuss his latest novel, Unstoppable - and how it's possible to turn a passion into fuel for developing reading and writing. A resources pack, including teaching notes, planning sheets, working wall elements and more is…
 
Chatting with Candice Tera Patrick Episode Run Time: 02:21:06 Since her on-screen debut in 1999, Tera Patrick transitioned from an adult content star into a renowned businesswoman and worldwide brand. She is the owner of the Teravision INC production company and runs the famous website www.terapatrick.com. Tera Patrick is the only woman ever to be …
 
It’s episode 18 and the FINAL episode of the podcast for season three. This week we are joined by Jasveena Sahota and wow, is it an eye-opener? Jasveena is a Social Media Manager and TikTok creator who specialises in helping businesses and other creators to understand the power of TikTok. She is a fierce advocate of the platform and believes that i…
 
Joan Haig joins Helen Mulley to talk about her captivating debut novel, Tiger Skin Rug, and what it feels like as an author to turn an ordinary object into something truly magical... A resources pack, including teaching notes, planning sheets, working wall elements and more is available to support this episode at bit.ly/AIYCJoanresourcepack. This e…
 
Chatting with Candice Dom Joly Episode Run Time: 00:55:19 Dom Joly is a multi-award-winning English comedian and travel writer known for his smash hit Trigger Happy TV, a hidden camera show that aired in more than 80 countries worldwide. He is also a former diplomat, and political producer turned columnist writing for the Independent and The Sunday…
 
Luke Nevill grew up playing basketball for the Stirling Senators in Western Australia. After struggling to get noticed by elite coaches in Australia he moved to the United States to play high school basketball with Kell High School in Marietta, Georgia. It didn't take long to be noticed by the University of Utah and accepted a scholarship in 2004. …
 
Morgan Brown is the VP of Growth at Shopify. Prior to joining Shopify, Morgan was the Director of Product Management at Facebook, COO at Inman News, and Interim Head of Growth at Qualaroo and TrueVault. He also authored the book, Hacking Growth: How Today’s Fastest-Growing Companies Drive Breakout Success. In this episode we talk about his experien…
 
It’s Episode 17 and the penultimate episode of the podcast and this week we are joined by Bertie Cordingley. Bertie is a serial entrepreneur, founding companies from the idea stage to multi-million-pound exits. He is involved in a wide range of businesses from bootstrapping to raising investment but is best known as the creator of the online takeaw…
 
Jenny Fleiss is the co-founder of Rent the Runway, an online service valued at $1B that provides dress and accessory rentals. She was also the CEO of JetBlack, a firm operating through Walmart providing personal shoppers for customers. Recently, Jenny joined Volition Capital as the Company’s first venture partner, where she’ll focus on internet app…
 
Chatting with Candice Phil Demers Episode Run Time: 01:32:01 Phil Demers is a former animal trainer turned activist. He has garnered international attention for his unique bond with a captive walrus named Smooshi. Phil’s story is featured in the 2020 documentary The Walrus and The Whistleblower. In this episode, I talk to Phil about his experience …
 
It’s Episode 16 of the podcast and this week we are joined by Maria Iliffe-Wood. Maria is a leadership coach and Managing Director of Meridian Iliffe Ltd, a leadership and coaching development consultancy. On top of this, in 2020, Maria founded IW Press Ltd aiming to help people write and publish their book. Maria is the go-to woman for leadership …
 
Bali Rai, author of Now or Never (part of Scholastic's brilliant 'Voices' series) has some powerful things to say about the responsibility involved in telling true stories from history - especially from a perspective that hasn't been heard before... A resources pack, including teaching notes, planning sheets, working wall elements and more is avail…
 
Chatting with Candice Dr. Debra Soh Episode Run Time: 59:19 Dr. Debra Soh is a neuroscientist who specializes in gender, sex, and sexual orientation. Her writing has appeared in Harper’s Magazine, the Wall Street Journal, the Los Angeles Times, the Globe and Mail, Scientific American, and New York Magazine, among many others. Prior to writing The E…
 
Travis Boyce is the Head of Global Retail Operations at Allbirds. He joined as one of the first 10 employees when the company was less than a year old. Prior to joining Allbirds, he worked in operations and finance at Chobani and in investment banking at Morgan Stanley. In this episode we talk about the strategy behind Allbirds retail locations, ho…
 
It’s Episode 15 of the podcast and this week we are joined by Joyann Boyce, an inclusive marketing consultant and founder of the Social Detail. Joyann is a fierce advocate for diversity and inclusion within marketing and tech, and is also a data fellow with the South West Creative Technology Network, researching data bias. The Social Detail are emp…
 
Doc Adkins is largely unknown to most current NBL fans but is truly an unsung hero of the league and responsible for much of the NBL's success since it was started in 1979. He helped recruit players such as Cal Bruton, Leroy Loggins, James Crawford, Steve Carfino, Ricky Grace, Derek Rucker, Chuck Harmison and many other NBL Hall Of Famers who would…
 
MarketEd NOT Live Shownotes Season 3 Episode 14 – Andi Jarvis It’s Episode 14 of the podcast and this week we are joined by Andi Jarvis, founder of Eximo Marketing. The Nothern Ireland/Bradford marketing strategist extraordinaire has worked with global brands, sports clubs and media companies to develop and implement effective marketing strategies.…
 
Poet, playwright, author, musician and performer Benjamin Zephaniah explains how and why he writes, discusses the historical truth behind his latest novel, Windrush Child, and has some powerful advice for children struggling to find their voice, and make it heard... A resources pack, including teaching notes, planning sheets, working wall elements …
 
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