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 THE SHOW WITH NO STRAIGHT ANSWER

This is where I sit down for a conversation with others to pick at ..what really makes us tick and why? 

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episode 5: aRE WE IN AN ECHO CHAMBER?

Great atmosphere. Delicious food. 5 stars rating.

Except, it does not exist at all.

And this is the story of a fake restaurant that is rated #1 on Tripadvisor.

All things popular and trending- Don’t we all want to be part of the crowd?

In Episode 5, we dive into the echo chamber of all thing online to discover our very own hidden biases with Cameron Neil, the GM of digital agency, Common Code.

Meet the man who build businesses and movements. Things that make an impact.


episode 4: IS FASTER BETTER? 

Busy brains, bad decisions. 

Today I am going on the fast lane to discover why we should slow down with Jason Clarke, founder of Minds at Work, who has helped people ‘think again’ since the end of the last century.

So exit the world where busy and fast are the new black for the next 30 minutes to lean right into this episode. 

Thanks to Code for Australia for offering us a wonderful space in the heart of Fitzroy. 

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epISOde 3: DO WE NEED A PURPOSE?

Think you will sort out your purpose in life with a trip to Bali?

Well in today’s  episode, we are going to tease that out with Michael Ellis, Head of Culture at Vinomofo, more than just a business. In fact it is a movement that unites people with the love of wine.

In a good mofo fashion, we are sparking this conversation exactly over a glass of wine!


Episode 2: DO DIFFERENCES MAKE A DIFFERENCE?

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Great ideas are bouncing within the walls of our heads.

But .. have you asked the audience what they really want?

In Curly Questions’ latest episode, I took a stab at the diversity bandwagon with our dangerously fun story teller Simon J Green to unpick the narrative “ do differences make a difference, really?”

Sometimes the outliers tell a difference and those edge cases can turn out to be your biggest audience. Lean in this episode on why it is important not to preach to the choir.

Thanks to RMIT activator for an absolute wonderful space in the city !


Episode 1: THE BOoBY TRAPS IN OUR DECISION MAKING 

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The biases that mess up your decision making  

The booby trap in our decision making – oh really, what makes us decide the way we do?

And you just did.

Have you ever wondered ..why you choose the biggest popcorn at the movies when you are not even hungry? We might all think we are good at thinking and making rational decisions for ourselves. Turns out the truth is far from that..

Lean in to listen to the hidden biases in action through our everyday decision making with David Di Sipio from UX Psychology  …