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Drinking Inside the Box is two friends sharing a drink or four, talking about the beautiful game. Kelly and her Co-Host Gordon cover the English Premier League in their own unique way with their hearts on their sleeves and an alcoholic beverage in hand. The pod is geared towards all fans new and old, going into detail about the games as well as having guests on who support the various teams in the league. So if you already love the beautiful game, thinking about liking it, or just like beer, ...
 
Drew Boyd is a global leader in creativity and innovation, international public speaker, award-winning author and innovation blogger, and university professor who has worked with clients such as GE Aviation, Johnson & Johnson, L'Oreal, Stryker, Danaher, Kaiser Permanente, Eli Lilly, Underwriters Lab, Procter & Gamble, Cincinnati Bell, and Toyota. He teaches teams, businesses and governments how to solve tough problems to create a culture of innovation and a flowing pipeline. Drew reframes th ...
 
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Världskulturmuseet, Centrum för kritiska kulturarvsstudier

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Vilka unika föremål gömmer sig i lådorna i museets magasin – och hur kan de berätta historier om vår värld? Lyssna på forskare, författare, intendenter och konstnärer när de tar reda på vad som finns "inside the box". Du lär dig garanterat något nytt. Podden produceras av Världskulturmuseet och Centrum för kritiska kulturarvsstudier (Göteborgs universitet) i samarbete med Folkuniversitetet. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
This podcast is focused around strength and conditioning for combat sports! My name is Reiss Silva, owner and head performance coach at Elite Step. Working with counties best combat athletes in MMA and boxing, I’ll give you insight into training and coaching, as well as some of my views of life too. For some knowledge, tips and (not promised) giggles, come inside the strength box 👊🏽
 
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In today’s episode, I chat with Lona Alia, Venture Backed Y combinator founder @StyleLend, Head of Revenue @SafetyWing, & an advisor to start-ups and the EU for innovation. Lona is a remote work advocate, an expert at building fully remote teams, and a digital nomad who’s visited 80+ countries. She’s uniquely qualified to discuss conscious life des…
 
WE'RE BACK! And just as drunk as ever. We dusted the mics off and decided you hadn't heard enough of us just yet. Strap in because this is the episode where we look ahead to the start of a brand new season. It's like Christmas eve for hooligans. A magical and wonderful time where the possibilities are endless and the dreams are unreasonable (lookin…
 
“Think outside the box.” We’ve all heard this phrase, been told to follow its advice, and probably even instructed others to do so. However, thinking outside the box is, in all actuality, a myth. It’s one of those things that’s been passed down throughout the years and repeated over and over again but that’s really a misguided idea. In this episode…
 
In today’s episode, I chat with Mark Romig, the Senior Vice President & Chief Marketing Officer of New Orleans & Company, the New Orleans tourism industry’s destination marketing and sales organization. Mark’s public relations career has spanned more than four decades. From teaching in college classrooms, to the 1984 Louisiana World’s Fair. From wo…
 
In today’s episode, I chat with Giselle Mota, Futurist, Thought Leader, TEDx & Global Speaker & Inclusion Advocate. Giselle brings humanity, empathy and a strong sense of purpose to this abstract world of ours. Her specific focus is on emerging technologies, including artificial intelligence, spatial computing & blockchain, and how they relate to t…
 
Without even realizing it, you’ve used the creativity technique of division before. In fact, you’ve probably used it many times. When it comes down to it, division is simply taking a big problem, chopping it up, and solving each little individual part of it. It’s basically the application of the common phrase, “Let’s cut our problems down to size.”…
 
In today’s episode, I chat with Siim Sikkut, the former CIO of the Ministry of Economic Affairs & Communications for the government of Estonia, one of the architects of that country’s truly innovative e-Residency Program, and most recently, a Managing Director at Digital Nation. In 2007, a series of cyberattacks targeted websites of Estonian organi…
 
How many times have you found yourself fumbling for the best way to describe something? Perhaps you’ve felt that no matter how clearly you’ve explained your subject, your description just doesn’t match the emotions you felt when witnessing it. I’m here to tell you that creative writing doesn’t have to be your expertise in order to write compelling …
 
In today’s episode, I chat with Kimberly Wiefling, Founding Member & Global Consultant at Silicon Valley Alliances. She’s also the Founder & President of Wiefling Consulting, a firm launched on Feb. 1, 2001 to support healthy and productive organization cultures, providing practical business leadership and project management guidance ever since. Ki…
 
Have you ever wondered if certain creativity techniques are better to use in certain situations? If so, this episode is for you. As you know by now, creativity is a skill that anyone can learn. It is a structured process and involves using structured techniques. These techniques are patterns that mankind has used for thousands of years to create ne…
 
In today’s episode, I chat with Karim Lessard, Technology CEO, serial entrepreneur & my co-founder at BentoHR. What can you say about someone who’s stood by you when times were tough? When the easiest thing, the most practical thing, to do is cut your losses & simply walk away. The pandemic was an inflection point for all of us. Personally & profes…
 
Let me ask you: which is more important, curiosity or creativity? Well, the truth is, that’s a trick question. As I’ve spent years studying the world of creativity, I’ve learned over and over again that curiosity is really a precursor to the creative act. The two go hand in hand. Throughout today’s show, I’m going to explain why this is. I’ll share…
 
In today’s episode, I chat with Farzana Nayani (she/hers) a recognized Diversity, Equity & Inclusion specialist, business & strategy coach and international keynote speaker. Farzana has worked with Fortune 500 corporations, public agencies, higher education institutions, school districts, and non-profit organizations as a consultant and trainer on …
 
What can doctors teach us about creativity? People in the medical field actually have a lot of knowledge and experience around innovation. Why? Because they deal with uncertainty daily. Doctors often take risks and make decisions all in the face of uncertainty. To simply get their jobs done, they’ve got to get creative. In fact, uncertainty forces …
 
In today’s episode, I chat with Tom Manning, Founder of the Pathway Academy UK, an organization dedicated to redefining traditional performance management and creating healthy, high performing teams. Tom is also the author of Pathway, changing the workplace game. Tom & I originally met at an interesting inflection point in my life. In 2018, I had j…
 
Imagine taking an exam that tests you on your creative skills. Then imagine your final grade in a graduate course rides on how well you do on that exam. That’s what my students at the University of Cincinnati have to go through every semester. I teach a course called “Innovation Tools” and teach my students a variety of methods for becoming more cr…
 
In today’s episode, I chat with Mark Williams, Founder of ETN LinkedIn Training, an organization at the leading edge of LinkedIn thought leadership, workshops & training sessions. Mark is also the host of the popular LinkedInformed podcast, a must-listen for anyone interested in better understanding LinkedIn & all of its nooks & crannies. Together …
 
Are you as creative in the virtual world as you are in person? This is an important question to be asking right now. The virtual world is taking over. More and more companies are going remote. You may even be working fully remote! We need to know if our creative output can remain the same online. An article recently came out that says it can’t. It …
 
Det sägs ofta att fotboll och politik inte hör ihop. Men i verkligheten ser det annorlunda ut, inte minst på läktarna där sångerna har rört sig från arenorna till gatorna och störtat regimer. I det här avsnittet möter du Ekim Çaglar (Turkietkännare, statsvetare och författare till två böcker om fotbollens koppling till samhällsprocesser) och Adam N…
 
We know that creativity is, simply put, the sudden collision of two previously unrelated things. However, have you ever stopped to think about what would happen if you combined two related things? It just so happens that that is a fun little tool called fusion. Fusion is used by marketers, designers, artists, and all other kinds of creative people …
 
As a professor, I’ve worked with people of various backgrounds and majors and given them career coaching. I’ve taught them what to think about as they leave college and enter their career. Today, I want to do the same for all of you listeners. Whether you’re graduating college, new to the workforce, or changing careers, creativity is your best frie…
 
Attribute dependency is one of the most challenging creativity techniques to master. For many of us, it can be confusing to figure out what it means let alone apply it. However, in my opinion, it’s the most powerful creativity technique of all. We must get a good grasp on it so we’re able to use it confidently. Well, today’s your lucky day! There’s…
 
I hate Post-it notes. No, that’s not true. I love them as a product. I use them nearly every day. What I do hate is how they are used as an example of innovation and creativity. To me, they set a terrible example of creative thinking. Tune in to learn some of the history of Post-it notes and why I don’t think they teach us any good lessons about cr…
 
Ever said, “I’ll know it when I see it?” I said this recently to a salesperson in an art gallery. I wasn’t looking for anything in particular but knew that if there was something I really liked and was interested in, it would jump out at me. I’m sure you’ve done the same. Well, sometimes our judgments aren’t quite right. We may not be as good at as…
 
It’s graduation season! College seniors are getting ready to walk that stage, receive their diplomas, and enter the workforce. As a new graduate, working on your creative ability is important. Being an asset to your company by generating creative ideas will make you stand out and leave a great impression on your new employer. In every challenge you…
 
In today’s episode, I chat with Kandi Gongora, Chief Transformation & People Officer at Goodway Group, a NYC-based full-service data-driven digital marketing solutions partner. In the 2+ years I’ve known Kandi, from our time together in HackingHR, to her participation at the Global HR Summit - the world’s largest enterprise virtual reality conferen…
 
Success doesn’t mean doing everything perfectly. It doesn’t even depend on what you accomplish in life. Rather, success is based on how you overcome the challenges presented to you daily. In this episode, I want to teach you five ways to tackle the challenging problems you may be facing. This is called problem-solving. Problem-solving is different …
 
I always say “think inside the box.” However, this week, I want you to instead think inside the skyscraper! We’re going to take a little trip to the world’s tallest building and see what we can learn about creativity from it. I recently had the opportunity to travel to Dubai and visit the world’s tallest building. I even went to the very top floor.…
 
Do you want to be a more creative person? Of course you do! Otherwise, you wouldn’t be listening to this podcast. There’s one thing that will make you a much more creative person: pattern spotting. Pattern spotting is when you take the time to analyze things you find creative. Then, you try to understand the underlying structure of those things and…
 
There is an old saying that necessity is the mother of invention. Well, is that really true? Does necessity cause us to want to be more creative? You will find it out on our episode today! What if your parking ticket isn’t working because it’s defective and you get stuck in the parking lot? What would you do in this situation? That actually happene…
 
Water that follows the path of least resistance is the easiest route to arrive at its final destination. The same can be said about our minds, too, which tend to take the path of least resistance. In other words, we lean into taking avenues familiar to us. However, most creative ideas come from following the path of most resistance, not the least r…
 
Do you think of yourself as a creative person? In this episode, you're going to find out! Now, I’ve read a blog about the creative stereotypes or what a “creative person” looks like where the author looked at gender, individuality, beliefs, and upbringing. Forget about the stereotypes. It doesn't matter how you compare to these so-called creativity…
 
Do you think computers will be able to do creative thinking as humans do? The idea of artificial intelligence has been around for a very long time. And since then, it has been rising in popularity. But what are the limits to it? How far will technology go in taking over this important task? You have probably been using technology to take over many …
 
Here we have one of the first racers developed for the original Xbox and the first simulation-oriented racing game, featuring an innovative twist, "Kudos." A point system to reward you for clean and daring driving, as well as a slew of features including tracks and cars to race on and in while listening to the robust soundtrack tailored to each reg…
 
Welcome to Creativity Inside the Box, formerly Innovation Inside the Box. I started this podcast back in 2020 and I was talking about innovation broadly - how you get new products and services to market with a decidedly business-focus - but the podcast grew and evolved over the past two years. This podcast really is all about you, though, and I wan…
 
Is there a room or a space in your home where you think you are your most creative? If not, how do you then create a space that allows you to be your most creative self? You've probably seen rooms dedicated to brainstorming as well as some people taking all those different efforts to create creative spaces. Now, let's explore it in your own experie…
 
Back in 2012, The New York Times released an article entitled “32 Innovations That Will Change Your Tomorrow.” It was basically a list of 32 different innovations which they predict will change the future. In today’s episode, let's turn the clock back and see how well they did as we look ahead from 2012 to today. Now the people in 2012 couldn't pos…
 
Can you really learn to be more creative? Well, of course you can, but what if you didn't want it to take the time to actually learn it? What, instead, if you could just take a pill? Imagine if you went to a meeting with your colleagues and you all got ready to just pop a pill in your mouth, a magic creativity, pill, and voila! It turns out that ce…
 
Ever removed a cork from a wine bottle? If so, you also know how to remove a baby from its mother’s birth canal! Just kidding. That is certainly not true. What is true, however, is that a very important medical device has been invented because one man learned how to remove the wine cork that was stuck in his wine bottle. He did so by using somethin…
 
Have you ever heard of divergent and convergent thinking? In the world of creativity, these two terms come up quite often. They are different thinking abilities that are utilized in innovation. The question is, which one is more important and effective when it comes to creative ability? In this episode, I answer that question. I also dive into a mo…
 
In today’s episode, I chat with Alli Trussell, Chief of Staff at Wunderkind, formerly BounceX. Wunderkind is a leading performance marketing engine that delivers tailored experiences for digital clients at scale. And in her role, Alli oversees the execution of the organization’s high priority strategic initiatives, operationalizes their vision, and…
 
Do you want to become a more creative person? Well, of course you do. Otherwise, you wouldn’t be tuning into this podcast! So, the question remains: how can you become a more creative person? The key is to be a consumer of creative products, not just a generator of creative ideas. In this episode, I want to bring to light this notion of your behavi…
 
Det sker allt fler stölder i våra kyrkor. Men vad är det egentligen som stjäls, och vad går förlorat när föremålen försvinner? I det här avsnittet möter du Maria Ellior (polisintendent och nationell samordnare för kulturarvsbrott på polisens Nationella operativa avdelning) och Martin Berntson (professor i religionsvetenskap och teologi med inriktni…
 
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