Building The Future Show - Radio / TV / Podcast show

Building The Future Show - Radio / TV / Podcast

Summary: AM/FM RADIO/PODCAST & TV SHOW With millions of listeners a month, Building the Future has quickly become one of the fastest rising nationally syndicated programs. With a focus on interviewing startups, entrepreneurs, investors, CEOs, and more, the show showcases individuals who are realizing their dreams and helping to make our world a better place through technology and innovation.

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 Ep. 456 w/ Grant McDougall founder/CEO at BlueOcean | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2921

BlueOcean: the company providing million-dollar brand audits in seven days for $17K. We make it easy for executives and marketers to make dynamic decisions with on-demand auditing and market intelligence. By harnessing algorithms, we speed up the time it takes to get brand insight and strategy recommendations that drive business outcomes at a fraction of the cost.

 Ep. 455 w/ Jeremy Fisher CEO & Co-Founder at River | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2700

The Internet Distilled Everything happening in the world and trending on the web – from sports to celebrities, in the Times and on Twitter

 Ep. 454 w/ Rishi Nayyar Co-Founder, CEO @ PocketHealth | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2743

We make it easier for medical imaging data to flow to and from healthcare providers by placing patients at the centre of the exchange, not on the outside. PocketHealth is a step towards a healthcare system where security, efficiency and patient accessibility complement each other, and we're proving this reality in hundreds of institutions every day.

 Ep. 453 w/ Jeremy Hance a Journalist & Writer | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2665

An award-winning journalist’s eco-adventures across the globe with his three traveling companions: his fiancée, his OCD, and his chronic anxiety—a hilarious, wild jaunt that will inspire travelers, environmentalists, and anyone with mental illness. Most travel narratives are written by superb travelers: people who crave adventure, laugh in the face of danger, and rapidly integrate into foreign cultures. But what about someone who is paranoid about traveler’s diarrhea, incapable of speaking a foreign tongue, and hates not only flying but driving, cycling, motor-biking, and sometimes walking in the full sun? In Baggage: Confessions of a Globe-Trotting Hypochondriac, award-winning writer Jeremy Hance chronicles his hilarious and inspiring adventures as he reconciles his traveling career as an environmental journalist with his severe OCD and anxiety. At the age of twenty-six—after months of visiting doctors, convinced he was dying from whatever disease his brain dreamed up the night before—Hance was diagnosed with OCD. The good news was that he wasn’t dying; the bad news was that OCD made him a really bad traveler—sometimes just making it to baggage claim was a win. Yet Hance hauls his baggage from the airport and beyond. He takes readers on an armchair trek to some of the most remote corners of the world, from Kenya, where hippos clip the grass and baboons steal film, to Borneo, where macaques raid balconies and the last male Bornean rhino sings, to Guyana, where bats dive-bomb his head as he eats dinner with his partner and flesh-eating ants hide in their pants and their drunk guide leaves them stranded in the rainforest canopy. As he and his partner soldier through the highs and the lows—of altitudes and their relationship—Hance discovers the importance of resilience, the many ways to manage (or not!) mental illness when in stressful situations, how nature can improve your mental health, and why it is so important to push yourself to live a life packed with experiences, even if you struggle daily with a mental health issue. With mental illness impacting the lives of millions of people, this timely book will inspire people to step out of their comfort zones and take the road meant to be traveled. Hance proves that we all have baggage--the question is, do we leave it dusty in a closet or do we take it out in full view for others to see?

 Ep. 452 w/ Anthony Sabatino Founder & composer for Tabletop Tunes | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2767

Tabletop Tunes is the first of its kind adaptive music application specifically made for tabletop gaming. Experience music that will immerse you in magical forests, quaint villages, and glorious kingdoms. If that's not exciting enough for you, then initiate combat with our combat music system, allowing you to adjust the intensity on the fly. Get the incredible app now!


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