This week on Xero Gravity, we speak with Andrew Sharp, CEO of global shoe brand Bobux. He’s also the co-founder of car tracking software Blackhawk. But don’t call him an entrepreneur – he doesn’t consider himself one.
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This week on Xero Gravity we’re continuing our conversation with criminal turned triathlete John McAvoy. If you missed our episode from last week, I encourage you to have a listen to part one of John’s story.
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Many of us are shaped by our upbringing, and that couldn’t be more true for this week’s Xero Gravity guest John McAvoy. A product of his environment, John grew up surrounded by some of Britain’s most prolific armed robbers, taking on their carefree, ‘the rules don’t apply to me’ way of life.
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On this episode of Xero Gravity, we’re chatting with educational futurist Frances Valintine. She’s the founder of The Mind Lab, a tech-focused collaborative space for kids and the more recent Tech Futures Lab for professional tech development.
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Sheryl Thai knows that women supporting women is monumental for erasing gender bias in business. It’s why she founded the League of Extraordinary Women – a platform where women can connect with one another in a casual, authentic, and non-salesy way.
When listening to your favorite song, do you ever think about what went into recording it? The equipment used, or how different it would sound if it was recorded 100 years ago?
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“I would redefine adulthood by being serious. And sometimes being serious about not being serious.”
That’s Adil Dhalla, executive director of Toronto’s Center For Social Innovation (CSI) – one of the first communal working spaces.