‘Transdisciplinary Behavioural Strategist’ Dr Richard Claydon joins us to explain how distrust, drag, distraction, disease and disengagement are costing the US economy $3 trillion dollars annually. We learn why Richard more closely aligns with Dilbert than McKinsey for delivering solutions. Further information: Richard’s website Dr Richard Claydon on LinkedIn Help keep the Smart Business […]
Lachlan Vane-Tempest host of “Lunch with Lach” talks to us about his love of swimming in and out of the water. Checkout ‘Lunch with Lach’ on Youtube here.
A very short but crucial episode this week. Further information at: http://swim.rocks/busy
“Extremely short, round and middle aged” is how our guest Sally Goble describes herself. “I don’t look anything like Michael Phelps”. We learn that London based Sally discovered swimming in her 30s and celebrated her 50th birthday by swimming in 50 pools in 50 days – one mile in each. She’s swum the English Channel […]
‘Behaviour explainer’ Bri Williams joins us to explain the science of human behaviour and how to use it for your advantage in business. We learn that subtle and simple changes can lead to dramatically different outcomes. Can you afford to miss this episode? Further information: Bri’s website Predictably Irrational by Dan Ariely (on Amazon) […]
Research shows that swimming is the most popular participation sport in Australia, but what is it for? This week your host, Ben Ramsden, discusses his observations of swimming over the past few months. Please let us know your feedback via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Facebook. What does swimming mean to you?