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Carl Pullein about Year Planning Basics for Innovators

In this episode of The 2pt5 innovator podcast my guest is Productivity Coach Carl Pullein. We are talking about the basics of year planning for innovators and creators, about having a mid-termin goal and embedding it in a long term horizon. We are also talking about tools and concepts that help to get things done. As it often is, personal and business is often connected, so Carl is using examples from his own fitness challenges as well.

Carl Pullein Year Planning
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Yacht builder Michael Goddaert – about forward thinking in yachting, charging ahead together with friends and impatience in the innovation process

Michael Goddaert is the founder of Domani Yachts in Belgium. Together with a group of like minded friends he is charging ahead to build truely special sailboats and electric boats.

From the ground up they are designed with electric drives which implies different thinking from past boat building. As the company is growing they are also thinking beyond the boat and look into services and complimentary business models around electrification in watersports – see the elegant boats Domani Yachts is building yourself.

Michael Goddaert Domani Yachts
(c) Michael Goddaert Domani Yachts
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Designer/ideas man/brand expert/teacher Marty Neumeier – about his no BS approach to ideas, the purpose and limits of business books for innovation, achieving minimalism in creating and learning from The Grateful Dead

In this episode my guest is Marty Neumeier a Designer/ideas man/brand expert and teacher. We are talking about

  • that you don’t have to be a genius to be an innovator
  • about the importance of dreaming as an innovator as well as making and continous learning
  • about the importance of a vision for making to get to results
  • about focusing and leaving out the bs in business books
  • and about learning from The Grateful Dead.
the 2pt5 Marty Neumeier

Marty Neumeier is an ideas man and a teacher in the best sense of the word.

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