EXPLAINIACS

Welcome to Explainiacs –  the podcast tacking huge subjects in small conversations with the experts. It it’s important, fascinating and fun stuff – we’re here to explain it!

EXPLAINIACS FIVE: SARAH PEARCE WITH LINDLEY GOODEN – DATA PRIVACY, LAW AND HOW TO START UP A STARTUP!

This time, it’s all about the LAW.

Lindley chats to Sarah Pearce, top data privacy lawyer, about hacking, intellectual property, the risks of home working, and how to get investment to START UP A STARTUP.

EXPLAINIACS FOUR: PETE COHEN WITH LINDLEY GOODEN – HOW TO THINK GREATER THAN YOU FEEL

This time, Lindley talks to Pete Cohen – the world-renowned author, life coach, public speaker and TV presenter.

Together, for Mental Health Awareness Week 2020, they address some of the biggest questions we’ll face: what’s the role of fulfilment in making us happier, healthier and more productive? Can we actively influence the way we think in a few short steps? How does movement trigger hope?

Here is the podcast video. It’s a great chat – enjoy!

EXPLAINIACS THREE: ISAAC PEVY WITH LINDLEY GOODEN – A CHAT ABOUT CREATIVE WORK AND COMMUNICATION UNDER CORONAVIRUS

This time, Lindley pauses to chat with the website designer, creative and former client Isaac Pevy, in a very short break from normal proceedings on Explainiacs. We ask what we’ve learned about the way we work and communicate with each other, as result of coronavirus.

EXPLAINIACS TWO: GINA BALARIN WITH LINDLEY GOODEN – HOW TO FALL IN LOVE (IN BUSINESS)

The wonderful Gina Balarin joins Lindley to fan the flames of desire for better communications and chemistry, inspired by the lessons we’re learning from the coronavirus quarantine; the science behind attraction, and what customers feel when they find ‘the one’.

EXPLAINIACS ONE: EDOSA ODARO WITH LINDLEY GOODEN

Edosa Odaro (former Head of Data, AXA) and Lindley Gooden talk about AI: what can go wrong, how to make better AIs, diversity, ideas and the future of all of our work:

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