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Maree Conway

In this episode of The 2pt5 innovator podcast my guest is Marree Conway, a foresight and futures advisor and researcher from Australia.

We are talking about her approach to foresight and how to transfer a futures mindset and knowledge about methods and tools for foresight processes.

(c) LizzyC Photography, Melbourne
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Maria José Iturralde

In this episode of The 2pt5 innovator podcast my guest is María José Iturralde. We are talking about human behavior for change and climate protection actions as a service and so much more.

Maria Jose Iturralde
(c) María José Iturralde
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Zingerman’s Ari Weinzweig

The great Ari Weinzweig about vision, anarchy and building systems, food, persistence, starting, writing, running, reading and growing together – not necessarily in that order.

Ari Weinzweig
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David Elderton – creative experimenter and builder, about e-bikes, e-boats, e-cars, all solar houses and sharing of ideas and experiment results

David Elderton is a creative experimenter and builder. He lives on an island near Vancouver in Canada working in the e-bike business delivering high quality custom e-bikes all across Canada. He is also in the progress of building his second electric boat. As he is experimenting and playing with ideas a lot, there is also many results. He shares them on open platforms and thus also helps others to get ahead with their projects. 

David Elderton
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Productivity Coach Carl Pullein about the motivation to innovate and about getting things done as an innovator

Carl Pullein is a renowned productivity and time management coach. With his hundreds of Youtube videos, podcasts episodes, blog, weekly newsletter, courses and books he helps people around the world to get their things done.

the 2pt5 Carl Pullein

Carl Pullein loves to create himself and sees time management as a tool to achieve the things that are important in life. With his work, including his COD system, he is reducing the complexity of systems such as GTD Getting Things Done because he has “an allergy to complexity”.

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