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Gravitas WINS Radio

The key to success is the ability to influence others - bosses, peers, and team members. But how to be a person of influence? Chief Technology Officer and coach Joseph Jude unpacks key elements of gravitas every Tuesday. You can find show notes at https://jjude.com/podcast

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E102: 'Employee-like benefits for the self-employed' with Benjemen Elengovan
Companies like Zomatos and Ubers have given rise to gig economy. Gig workers have lot of flexibility - they can choose type of work and hours of work. But they lack benefits that full-time employees get. Can we marry flexibility with benefits? My guest today asks, why not?What you'll listen(00:00) - Introduction (00:54) - What problem Benji is solving (03:40) - Identifying the problem (06:56) - Journey so far (10:46) - Benefits for self-employed (13:22) - How self-employed can sign-up (15:02) - Response of the community (17:13) - Challenges (20:35) - Expanding across different geographies (26:36) - Future of work (30:06) - Kindest thing anyone has done (30:21) - Best leadership quality (31:06) - Definition of living a good life Connect with meTwitter: https://twitter.com/jjudeLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jjude/Website: https://jjude.com/Newsletter: https://jjude.com/subscribeYoutube: https://youtube.com/gravitaswinsEmail: podcast@jjude.comExecutive Coaching Program: https://gravitaswins.comConnect with Benjemen Elengovan LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjemenelengovan/ Your feedback countsThank you for listening. If you enjoy the podcast, would you please leave a short review on Apple podcast or on YouTube? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in finding this podcast. And it boosts my spirits. 😀I would like to hear what resonated the most with you in this episode. Either you can email me or share it on social media and tag me. Thank you for your support.Have a life of WINS.Gravitas WINS is produced by Joseph Jude. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcast, Spotify,Google Podcast,YouTube, or the podcasting app of your choice.Please check out other episodes of Gravitas WINS Radio. For easy consumption, they are categorized by themes. If you are a fellow podcaster, you might be interested in How I Podcast or tools I use.
32:06 3/19/24
E102: 'Protect your wealth with will' with Priyanka Sud
When it comes to wealth, there are lot of chatter about making wealth and growth wealth. But what about protecting it? How to ensure it gets passed to the next generation in the way you would like it to be?One of the ways of protecting wealth is with will. To discuss how to protect your wealth with will, I have a good friend of mine and a leading lawyer, Priyanka here. We discuss everything about creating will.What you'll listen(00:00) - Introduction (00:59) - Who should create a will? (02:46) - Are there any restrictions for creating a will? (06:29) - Common mistakes in drafting a will (09:28) - Involvement of a lawyer (13:11) - How often to review a will? (14:08) - Handling joint properties (19:07) - Handling properties in multiple countries (24:33) - Potential problems in executing a will (30:12) - Kindest thing anyone has done for you (30:58) - Best leadership quality (32:20) - Definition of living a good life Connect with meTwitter: https://twitter.com/jjudeLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jjude/Website: https://jjude.com/Newsletter: https://jjude.com/subscribeYoutube: https://youtube.com/gravitaswinsEmail: podcast@jjude.comExecutive Coaching Program: https://gravitaswins.comConnect with PriyankaLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/priyanka-sud-654254186/Your feedback countsThank you for listening. If you enjoy the podcast, would you please leave a short review on Apple podcast or on YouTube? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in finding this podcast. And it boosts my spirits. 😀I would like to hear what resonated the most with you in this episode. Either you can email me or share it on social media and tag me. Thank you for your support.Have a life of WINS.Gravitas WINS is produced by Joseph Jude. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcast, Spotify,Google Podcast,YouTube, or the podcasting app of your choice.Please check out other episodes of Gravitas WINS Radio. For easy consumption, they are categorized by themes. If you are a fellow podcaster, you might be interested in How I Podcast or tools I use.
34:11 3/12/24
E100: 'How not to operate a startup' with Samson Selladurai
While we talk about entrepreneurship, most of the discussions are about success, growth, and all the glories associated with it.It is said that we learn the best from our success and from other's failures. So here I'm talking to my friend Samson who can be rightly called as a serial entrepreneur to discuss what we should be careful about and what we should avoid in the path of entrepreneurship. What you'll listen(00:00) - Introduction (02:33) - Samson's ventures (04:10) - Lessons from failed & successful ventures (11:19) - Balancing passion and execution (16:36) - Identifying problems to solve (20:16) - Thinking about exits (22:43) - "I'm safe" app (28:23) - Kindest thing anyone has done (29:18) - Best leadership quality (31:15) - Definition of living a good life Connect with meTwitter: https://twitter.com/jjudeLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jjude/Website: https://jjude.com/Newsletter: https://jjude.com/subscribeYoutube: https://youtube.com/gravitaswinsEmail: podcast@jjude.comExecutive Coaching Program: https://gravitaswins.comConnect with SamsonLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sselladurai/Your feedback countsThank you for listening. If you enjoy the podcast, would you please leave a short review on Apple podcast or on YouTube? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in finding this podcast. And it boosts my spirits. 😀I would like to hear what resonated the most with you in this episode. Either you can email me or share it on social media and tag me. Thank you for your support.Have a life of WINS.Gravitas WINS is produced by Joseph Jude. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcast, Spotify,Google Podcast,YouTube, or the podcasting app of your choice.Please check out other episodes of Gravitas WINS Radio. For easy consumption, they are categorized by themes. If you are a fellow podcaster, you might be interested in How I Podcast or tools I use.
33:55 3/5/24
E99: Dealing with Dad Anxieties
Today in "Being a dad" series, KK and I are going to talk about parental anxiety from Dad's point of view.Anxiety is part of life. We can't avoid it. But we should learn to manage it, otherwise it can damage our families. KK and I are going to talk about trigger points for anxiety and our coping mechanisms of anxiety.Let me set some expectations here: I've two boys. KK has a son and a daughter. They are still young. Our kids are still in school going ages. They have not appeared for board exams, we have not stood in line for hours for college admissions, we have not handled the tension of marriage, and so on.  And we are not counsellors. We are not telling you how to handle anxiety in all its different forms.Then why are we doing it? To paraphrase KK, this is an exercise for our younger and older selves. We wish someone taught us what we learnt; or we want to look back through the journey. In a way this is a documentary of our journey of being a dad.Hope you find it interesting.If you have any questions or comments, feel free to send them to either of us.(00:00) - Introduction (02:01) - Trigger points for anxiety (12:17) - Impact of society (13:36) - Anxiety & Homeschooling (17:55) - Scenario Planning (21:58) - Living in Metro vs Tier-II cities (27:26) - Ambition vs Contentment (29:31) - On being a perfect dad (31:57) - Summary Connect with meTwitter: https://twitter.com/jjudeLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jjude/Website: https://jjude.com/Newsletter: https://jjude.com/subscribeYoutube: https://youtube.com/gravitaswinsEmail: podcast@jjude.comExecutive Coaching Program: https://gravitaswins.comConnect with Krishna Kumar (N)LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/storytellerkrishna/Your feedback countsThank you for listening. If you enjoy the podcast, would you please leave a short review on Apple podcast or on YouTube? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in finding this podcast. And it boosts my spirits. 😀I would like to hear what resonated the most with you in this episode. Either you can email me or share it on social media and tag me. Thank you for your support.Have a life of WINS.Gravitas WINS is produced by Joseph Jude. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcast, Spotify,Google Podcast,YouTube, or the podcasting app of your choice.Please check out other episodes of Gravitas WINS Radio. For easy consumption, they are categorized by themes. If you are a fellow podcaster, you might be interested in How I Podcast or tools I use.
35:07 2/27/24
E98: 'How to protect yourself from Identity Theft' with Sastry Tumuluri
We are living our lives on the digital space more and more. But how many of us understand digital safety? I brought in my mentor and good friend Sastry to discuss the topic. Sastry is a serial entrepreneur and a Information Security Specialist. He also dealt with an identity theft. Hope today's conversation is useful to you.What you'll listen(00:00) - Introduction (01:17) - Definition of identity theft (05:01) - Example of an identity theft (08:31) - Purpose of identity thefts (09:27) - Are Indians safe from identity thefts? (10:05) - Identity thefts in digital era (11:57) - How identity thefts happen (14:50) - How social engineering happens? (19:23) - Protecting ourselves from identity thefts (24:20) - How to know if you are hacked? (29:36) - What to do if your details are hacked? (31:57) - What is the kindest thing anyone has done? (32:47) - Best leadership quality (33:52) - What is the definition of living a good life Connect with meTwitter: https://twitter.com/jjudeLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jjude/Website: https://jjude.com/Newsletter: https://jjude.com/subscribeYoutube: https://youtube.com/gravitaswinsEmail: podcast@jjude.comExecutive Coaching Program: https://gravitaswins.comConnect with SastryLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sastry/Your feedback countsThank you for listening. If you enjoy the podcast, would you please leave a short review on Apple podcast or on YouTube? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in finding this podcast. And it boosts my spirits. 😀I would like to hear what resonated the most with you in this episode. Either you can email me or share it on social media and tag me. Thank you for your support.Have a life of WINS.Gravitas WINS is produced by Joseph Jude. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcast, Spotify,Google Podcast,YouTube, or the podcasting app of your choice.Please check out other episodes of Gravitas WINS Radio. For easy consumption, they are categorized by themes. If you are a fellow podcaster, you might be interested in How I Podcast or tools I use.
35:59 2/20/24
E97: Building a family culture
Hello and welcome to Gravitas WINS conversations. KK and I are doing a series on "Being a dad".  We already talked about how we learn to be a dad, who are our role models, and how we bond with kids. In the Today we are going to talk about building a family culture.I hope you find this actionable and insightful. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to send them to either of us.(00:00) - Introduction (00:38) - Why family culture is important (07:27) - Elements of family culture (15:02) - It is not easy (17:16) - Role of grandparents (23:31) - Role of environment (28:31) - We have not figured out everything (33:04) - Closing thoughts Connect with meTwitter: https://twitter.com/jjudeLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jjude/Website: https://jjude.com/Newsletter: https://jjude.com/subscribeYoutube: https://youtube.com/gravitaswinsEmail: podcast@jjude.comExecutive Coaching Program: https://gravitaswins.comConnect with Krishna Kumar (N)LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/storytellerkrishna/Your feedback countsThank you for listening. If you enjoy the podcast, would you please leave a short review on Apple podcast or on YouTube? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in finding this podcast. And it boosts my spirits. 😀I would like to hear what resonated the most with you in this episode. Either you can email me or share it on social media and tag me. Thank you for your support.Have a life of WINS.Gravitas WINS is produced by Joseph Jude. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcast, Spotify,Google Podcast,YouTube, or the podcasting app of your choice.Please check out other episodes of Gravitas WINS Radio. For easy consumption, they are categorized by themes. If you are a fellow podcaster, you might be interested in How I Podcast or tools I use.
34:48 2/13/24
E96: 'Solve and scale via GenAI' with Krishna Kumar, CEO of GreenPepper
Generative AI is the talk of the town. But is genAI a solution looking for a problem or can we use it to solve business problems? How can we use it to scale our business? What are its potentials for businesses?To discuss all of this, today I'm joined by Krishna Kumar, CEO of GreenPepper. He has been using OpenAI and developed more than 20 tools on it; he conducts workshops on prompt engineering, and possibilities of GenAI for business innovation.What you'll listen(00:00) - Introduction (01:12) - How KK is using OpenAI & ChatGPT (04:29) - Tools KK's team developed on OpenAI (08:16) - Workshops for CXOs on OpenAI (11:23) - What kind of problems CXOs are solving using OpenAI? (13:49) - Use ChatGPT to generate ideas (18:34) - Deeper example of marketing for retail commerce (24:03) - m to be careful about in using ChatGPT (28:32) - Kindest thing anyone has done (28:54) - Best leadership quality (29:40) - Definition of living a good life Here are the main points discussed in the episode:1. The Rise of Generative AI:   - Generative AI, specifically OpenAI's ChatGPT, has become immensely popular and widely used.   - Its versatility as a general-purpose technology and productivity tool has made it a part of people's daily lives.   - The exponential growth in AI capabilities and the vast amount of data being added to ChatGPT contribute to its effectiveness.2. Development of Customized Tools:   - With the release of ChatGPT 4, users can now create customized versions of the model to suit their specific needs.   - Krishna Kumar and his team have developed several tools on OpenAI, ranging from productivity and writing tools to creative tools for creating cinematic visuals.   - These customized tools enhance productivity, reduce the need for extensive prompting, and enable users to generate content effortlessly.3. Workshops on Prompt Engineering:   - Krishna Kumar conducts workshops to help CEOs and CXOs understand and harness the potential of generative AI.   - The workshops focus on transitioning from the Google search mindset to effectively interacting with ChatGPT.   - Prompt engineering and writing are emphasized to achieve better results and explore various use cases across different functional areas.4. Utilizing Generative AI in Business Contexts:   - CEOs are using generative AI tools, like ChatGPT, for personal productivity and efficiency gains.   - They encourage their teams to use ChatGPT for various tasks, from drafting emails and writing blogs to creating proposals and case studies.   - The optionality and idea generation capabilities of generative AI help businesses break biases, explore new ideas, and communicate more effectively with customers.5. Applications in Retail Commerce and Beyond:   - Generative AI can be extensively used in different customer touchpoints, such as customer communication, content writing, and idea generation.   - In retail commerce, it can assist in creating compelling product descriptions, writing blog content, running effective marketing campaigns, and even generating professional grant proposals.   - By using generative AI, businesses can streamline their communication, cater to specific customer personas, and save time, which can be utilized for strategic thinking and creativity.Overall, the conversation highlights the transformative potential of generative AI in solving business problems, empowering leaders, and revolutionizing communication across industries.Note: This summary captures the essence of the conversation and may not include all the details discussed. It is advised to listen to the full podcast episode for a comprehensive understanding.Connect with meTwitter: https://twitter.com/jjudeLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jjude/Website: https://jjude.com/Newsletter: https://jjude.com/subscribeYoutube: https://youtube.com/gravitaswinsEmail: podcast@jjude.comExecutive Coaching Program: https://gravitaswins.comConnect with Krishna KumarLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/krishnakumarm/Your feedback countsThank you for listening. If you enjoy the podcast, would you please leave a short review on Apple podcast or on YouTube? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in finding this podcast. And it boosts my spirits. 😀I would like to hear what resonated the most with you in this episode. Either you can email me or share it on social media and tag me. Thank you for your support.Have a life of WINS.Gravitas WINS is produced by Joseph Jude. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcast, Spotify,Google Podcast,YouTube, or the podcasting app of your choice.Please check out other episodes of Gravitas WINS Radio. For easy consumption, they are categorized by themes. If you are a fellow podcaster, you might be interested in How I Podcast or tools I use.
30:26 2/6/24
E95: Bonding with kids
In this series on "Being a dad", KK and I talk about everything about fatherhood. Bonding with kids is not an easy task, especially when we live in a materialistic world. There is an ongoing demand to work more, earn more, and bring home more. We can easily excuse ourselves for working more saying we are only doing that for kids.Amidst this, today we want to talk about how we both are taking steps to bond with our kids. I hope you find this actionable and insightful. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to send them to either of us.(00:00) - Introduction (01:26) - How KK is bonding with his son and daughter (04:29) - Three factors to bond with kids (10:08) - When telling stories go into details (14:45) - Difference between daughters and sons (15:49) - Kid's biases develop much younger (20:04) - Working in software industry & bonding with kids (27:35) - How parents help us to bond with our kids Connect with meTwitter: https://twitter.com/jjudeLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jjude/Website: https://jjude.com/Newsletter: https://jjude.com/subscribeYoutube: https://youtube.com/gravitaswinsEmail: podcast@jjude.comExecutive Coaching Program: https://gravitaswins.comConnect with Krishna Kumar (N)LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/storytellerkrishna/Your feedback countsThank you for listening. If you enjoy the podcast, would you please leave a short review on Apple podcast or on YouTube? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in finding this podcast. And it boosts my spirits. 😀I would like to hear what resonated the most with you in this episode. Either you can email me or share it on social media and tag me. Thank you for your support.Have a life of WINS.Gravitas WINS is produced by Joseph Jude. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcast, Spotify,Google Podcast,YouTube, or the podcasting app of your choice.Please check out other episodes of Gravitas WINS Radio. For easy consumption, they are categorized by themes. If you are a fellow podcaster, you might be interested in How I Podcast or tools I use.
33:19 1/30/24
E94: 'Teaching software fundamentals in Tamil' with TamizhVendan
English has given us enormous leverage in growing our services industry. But if India has to grow beyond the creamy layer and the metro, we need to teach the same software fundamentals in vernacular languages. If you look at Germany, Japan, and Russia they teach in their mother-tongues. My guest today, Tamizhvendan is doing exactly that. True to his name and combining his profession, he is teaching software fundamentals in Tamil. We are discussing the challenges and impact of his teaching. If India has to grow multi-fold as we project, we need more such educators. Hope today's discussion is a small contribution in that journey.What you'll listen(00:00) - Introduction (01:21) - Origin story of Tamizh's venture (06:42) - What Tamizh teaches? (12:37) - What kind of students attend these sessions? (17:56) - Why Tamizh started with a podcast? (20:30) - Challenges in teaching in Tamil (24:46) - Focus for this year (28:12) - Rapid-fire questions Connect with meTwitter: https://twitter.com/jjudeLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jjude/Website: https://jjude.com/Newsletter: https://jjude.com/subscribeYoutube: https://youtube.com/gravitaswinsEmail: podcast@jjude.comExecutive Coaching Program: https://gravitaswins.comConnect with TamizhVendanLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tamizhvendan/Your feedback countsThank you for listening. If you enjoy the podcast, would you please leave a short review on Apple podcast or on YouTube? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in finding this podcast. And it boosts my spirits. 😀I would like to hear what resonated the most with you in this episode. Either you can email me or share it on social media and tag me. Thank you for your support.Have a life of WINS.Gravitas WINS is produced by Joseph Jude. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcast, Spotify,Google Podcast,YouTube, or the podcasting app of your choice.Please check out other episodes of Gravitas WINS Radio. For easy consumption, they are categorized by themes. If you are a fellow podcaster, you might be interested in How I Podcast or tools I use.
30:00 1/23/24
E93: How we learn to be a dad?
In this series on "Being a dad", KK and I talk about everything about fatherhood. On today's episode we talk about our role-models as fathers, how we learn about being a dad, and how society influences fatherhood. I hope you find this helpful in being a dad.(00:00) - Introduction (00:29) - Rolemodels for us (09:44) - Peer pressure on fathers (13:39) - Is community living good or bad (23:34) - Challenges of fatherhood (24:58) - Seeking advice or complaining (28:05) - Bonding with kids (31:43) - Summary of the conversation Connect with meTwitter: https://twitter.com/jjudeLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jjude/Website: https://jjude.com/Newsletter: https://jjude.com/subscribeYoutube: https://youtube.com/gravitaswinsEmail: podcast@jjude.comExecutive Coaching Program: https://gravitaswins.comConnect with Krishna Kumar (N)LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/storytellerkrishna/Your feedback countsThank you for listening. If you enjoy the podcast, would you please leave a short review on Apple podcast or on YouTube? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in finding this podcast. And it boosts my spirits. 😀I would like to hear what resonated the most with you in this episode. Either you can email me or share it on social media and tag me. Thank you for your support.Have a life of WINS.Gravitas WINS is produced by Joseph Jude. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcast, Spotify,Google Podcast,YouTube, or the podcasting app of your choice.Please check out other episodes of Gravitas WINS Radio. For easy consumption, they are categorized by themes. If you are a fellow podcaster, you might be interested in How I Podcast or tools I use.
34:36 1/16/24
E92: 'Building the winning culture' with Maj Gen Neeraj Bali (Retd)
In this episode of Gravitas WINS Conversations, Joseph Jude interviews Major General Neeraj Bali (Retd), a SENA medal recipient and author of 'The Winning Culture.' General Neeraj Bali talks about the importance of culture in organizations, using examples from the Indian Army and Indigo airlines to underscore his points. He emphasizes the power of culture to guide behaviors and lead to extraordinary outcomes. The discussion sheds light on how to develop a robust culture, the role of leadership in shaping culture, and the types of errors common in organizations. The discussion includes fascinating accounts from General Neeraj Bali's military career and how these experiences shaped his approach to leadership and culture-building. The interview concludes with a discussion on the definition of living a good life, focusing on the importance of finding purpose and meaning in one's endeavors.What you'll listen(00:00) - Introduction (01:11) - What is culture and why it matters? (03:55) - Culture is a force multiplier of strategy (08:51) - How to build culture? (13:00) - Role of members in buiding culture (18:47) - Errors of judgement, omission, and intention (23:34) - Dealing with suggestions and feedback (29:55) - Kindest thing someone has done for you (30:41) - What is the best leadership quality (35:40) - Definition of living a good life Connect with meTwitter: https://twitter.com/jjudeLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jjude/Website: https://jjude.com/Newsletter: https://jjude.com/subscribeYoutube: https://youtube.com/gravitaswinsEmail: podcast@jjude.comExecutive Coaching Program: https://gravitaswins.comConnect with Maj Gen Neeraj Bali (Retd)LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/neerajbali7/Your feedback countsThank you for listening. If you enjoy the podcast, would you please leave a short review on Apple podcast or on YouTube? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in finding this podcast. And it boosts my spirits. 😀I would like to hear what resonated the most with you in this episode. Either you can email me or share it on social media and tag me. Thank you for your support.Have a life of WINS.Gravitas WINS is produced by Joseph Jude. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcast, Spotify,Google Podcast,YouTube, or the podcasting app of your choice.Please check out other episodes of Gravitas WINS Radio. For easy consumption, they are categorized by themes. If you are a fellow podcaster, you might be interested in How I Podcast or tools I use.
37:44 1/9/24
E91: How our fathers, society, and peers shape our fatherhood
In this series on "Being a dad", KK and I talk about everything about fatherhood. In this first episode, we talk about our families, fathers, and everything that shapes our thought process as a dad. I hope you find this helpful in being a dad.(00:00) - Introduction (00:44) - Background of our families (02:55) - Influence of our fathers in our childhood (15:37) - Kids mimic us (20:34) - Does timing our marriage matter? (25:21) - Peer pressure and influence of society Connect with meTwitter: https://twitter.com/jjudeLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jjude/Website: https://jjude.com/Newsletter: https://jjude.com/subscribeYoutube: https://youtube.com/gravitaswinsEmail: podcast@jjude.comExecutive Coaching Program: https://gravitaswins.comConnect with Krishna Kumar (N)LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/storytellerkrishna/Your feedback countsThank you for listening. If you enjoy the podcast, would you please leave a short review on Apple podcast or on YouTube? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in finding this podcast. And it boosts my spirits. 😀I would like to hear what resonated the most with you in this episode. Either you can email me or share it on social media and tag me. Thank you for your support.Have a life of WINS.Gravitas WINS is produced by Joseph Jude. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcast, Spotify,Google Podcast,YouTube, or the podcasting app of your choice.Please check out other episodes of Gravitas WINS Radio. For easy consumption, they are categorized by themes. If you are a fellow podcaster, you might be interested in How I Podcast or tools I use.
36:14 1/2/24
E90: 'How Angel Investors Think?' with Manish Verma
If India has to grow, we need lot of startups and entrepreneurs. Not all of them will be privileged to bootstrap their ideas. That is where angel investors come in. Today I have my friend and an angel investor, Manish Verma. He has been a banker, operator, and investor. So he knows all angels of running a business. We are going to discuss how to get funded from angel investors. What you'll listen(00:00) - Introduction (01:09) - How Manish got into angel investing (04:08) - Overall investment philosophy of Angel Blue (07:43) - How can startups get funded from Angel Blue (10:32) - PERSISTENT framework to evaluate startups (15:26) - How to value startups (19:05) - Let's talk about one recent investment (21:53) - Strategy for exit (23:52) - How to invest via Angel Blue in startups (26:49) - Challenges for Indian startups (33:12) - What is the kindest thing anyone has done for you? (33:45) - Best leadership quality (34:42) - Definition of living a good life Connect with meTwitter: https://twitter.com/jjudeLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jjude/Website: https://jjude.com/Newsletter: https://jjude.com/subscribeYoutube: https://youtube.com/gravitaswinsEmail: podcast@jjude.comExecutive Coaching Program: https://gravitaswins.comConnect with Manish VermaLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/manish-verma-18a3912/Your feedback countsThank you for listening. If you enjoy the podcast, would you please leave a short review on Apple podcast or on YouTube? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in finding this podcast. And it boosts my spirits. 😀I would like to hear what resonated the most with you in this episode. Either you can email me or share it on social media and tag me. Thank you for your support.Have a life of WINS.Gravitas WINS is produced by Joseph Jude. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcast, Spotify,Google Podcast,YouTube, or the podcasting app of your choice.Please check out other episodes of Gravitas WINS Radio. For easy consumption, they are categorized by themes. If you are a fellow podcaster, you might be interested in How I Podcast or tools I use.
35:39 11/28/23
E89: Are you ruthless with strategy or ruthless with people?
Ruthless with strategy means having a clear understanding of the goals to achieve, resources needed to get there, and partners who will facilitate the journey. Those leaders demand data and they make data driven decisions, rather than swinging based on emotions.Working for them is not easy. It is highly demanding. Long hours are probably required. However, in the long run employees under such bosses tend to learn more and feel a sense of accomplishment and satisfaction.Working for bosses who are ruthless with people can be frustrating. They demand that you reply back to their emails and slack messages quickly, they monitor the breaks you take, and scrutinise when you come and leave office. If you work for them job becomes futile and fruitless.If you have a choice, choose to work for bosses who are ruthless with strategy.Connect with meTwitter: https://twitter.com/jjudeLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jjude/Website: https://jjude.com/Newsletter: https://jjude.com/subscribeYoutube: https://youtube.com/gravitaswinsEmail: podcast@jjude.comExecutive Coaching Program: https://gravitaswins.comYour feedback countsThank you for listening. If you enjoy the podcast, would you please leave a short review on Apple podcast or on YouTube? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in finding this podcast. And it boosts my spirits. 😀I would like to hear what resonated the most with you in this episode. Either you can email me or share it on social media and tag me. Thank you for your support.Have a life of WINS.Gravitas WINS is produced by Joseph Jude. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcast, Spotify,Google Podcast,YouTube, or the podcasting app of your choice.Please check out other episodes of Gravitas WINS Radio. For easy consumption, they are categorized by themes. If you are a fellow podcaster, you might be interested in How I Podcast or tools I use.
02:28 11/21/23
E88: 'Your Roadmap To A Career In Data Science' With Tamanna Sharma
With the explosive growth of generative AI, data is not just oil, it is the new art. Data scientists are the new artists. We have one such awesome artist with us today. We are going to explore how to get into data science, how to grow in it, and everything in between.What you'll listen(00:00) - Introduction (00:50) - How did Tamanna get into data science field? (01:58) - Sources that helped Tamanna (03:23) - How to gain practical knowledge in data science? (05:45) - Availability of datasets (06:33) - Importance of Maths & Statistics (09:30) - Python or R? (10:22) - Typical work-week in data science (13:15) - Importance of business skills (16:12) - How to get started in data science? (21:11) - Myths about data science (23:59) - Kindest thing anyone has done (24:15) - Best leadership quality (24:44) - Living a good life Connect with meTwitter: https://twitter.com/jjudeLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jjude/Website: https://jjude.com/Newsletter: https://jjude.com/subscribeYoutube: https://youtube.com/gravitaswinsEmail: podcast@jjude.comExecutive Coaching Program: https://gravitaswins.comConnect with Tamanna SharmaLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tamanna-sharma-4bbb66a1/Your feedback countsThank you for listening. If you enjoy the podcast, would you please leave a short review on Apple podcast or on YouTube? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in finding this podcast. And it boosts my spirits. 😀I would like to hear what resonated the most with you in this episode. Either you can email me or share it on social media and tag me. Thank you for your support.Have a life of WINS.Gravitas WINS is produced by Joseph Jude. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcast, Spotify,Google Podcast,YouTube, or the podcasting app of your choice.Please check out other episodes of Gravitas WINS Radio. For easy consumption, they are categorized by themes. If you are a fellow podcaster, you might be interested in How I Podcast or tools I use.
25:29 11/14/23
E87: Should you work long hours?
There has been a lot of debate about working long hours recently in Indian social media. Narayana Murthy, celebrated founder of Infosys suggested that Indian youth should work 70 hours per week for national interest. Another entrepreneur doubled it to 140 hours. Here are my five points regarding hard work:• Any worthwhile pursuit requires hard work• It's crucial to enjoy whatever you choose to pursue• Consider who benefits from your effort and work• Having a support system is essential• Know what is enough for youConnect with meTwitter: https://twitter.com/jjudeLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jjude/Website: https://jjude.com/Newsletter: https://jjude.com/subscribeYoutube: https://youtube.com/gravitaswinsEmail: podcast@jjude.comExecutive Coaching Program: https://gravitaswins.comYour feedback countsThank you for listening. If you enjoy the podcast, would you please leave a short review on Apple podcast or on YouTube? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in finding this podcast. And it boosts my spirits. 😀I would like to hear what resonated the most with you in this episode. Either you can email me or share it on social media and tag me. Thank you for your support.Have a life of WINS.Gravitas WINS is produced by Joseph Jude. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcast, Spotify,Google Podcast,YouTube, or the podcasting app of your choice.Please check out other episodes of Gravitas WINS Radio. For easy consumption, they are categorized by themes. If you are a fellow podcaster, you might be interested in How I Podcast or tools I use.
04:57 11/7/23
E86: 'Why startups fail' with Sohail Khan
Startup founders dream of building the next big thing. At least I did when I launched a cyber-security startup. But as the statistics show majority of the startups fail and fizzle out. Today I'm talking to Sohail who wants to change that. He has been a founder himself, not once but twice. He understands the field well. He has started The Builders club, a vibrant community to support and help startup founders and other creators in their dream journey. We are discussing why startups fail and what can be done to reduce the chance of failure.What you'll listen(00:00) - Introduction (01:03) - Data Driven Approch (03:56) - How Sohail started "The Builders Club" (07:47) - What startup lessons Sohail is using to build the community? (11:40) - Play vs Chasing a number (14:30) - Frameworks (18:02) - The Builders Club & Its Benefits (21:08) - Difference between other startup communities and TBC (26:28) - How community reduce the chances of failure? (29:23) - Keeping the sense of belonging as TBC grows (33:08) - Future of TBC (35:20) - What's the kindest thing anyone has done for you (35:36) - Best leadership quality and who manifested it (37:45) - What is the definition of living a good life? Connect with meTwitter: https://twitter.com/jjudeLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jjude/Website: https://jjude.com/Newsletter: https://jjude.com/subscribeYoutube: https://youtube.com/gravitaswinsEmail: podcast@jjude.comExecutive Coaching Program: https://gravitaswins.comConnect with Sohail KhanLinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/sohail-khan-55303410/Your feedback countsThank you for listening. If you enjoy the podcast, would you please leave a short review on Apple podcast or on YouTube? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in finding this podcast. And it boosts my spirits. 😀I would like to hear what resonated the most with you in this episode. Either you can email me or share it on social media and tag me. Thank you for your support.Have a life of WINS.Gravitas WINS is produced by Joseph Jude. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcast, Spotify,Google Podcast,YouTube, or the podcasting app of your choice.Please check out other episodes of Gravitas WINS Radio. For easy consumption, they are categorized by themes. If you are a fellow podcaster, you might be interested in How I Podcast or tools I use.
39:24 10/31/23
E85: Conviction comes before certainty
Life is uncertain. To deal with this vastness of uncertainty, we create small pockets of certainty like safe spaces like our houses, daily routines like going to and returning from the office at a fixed time, and dependable friends. These certainties act as proof that we have successfully navigated life thus far.However, relying solely on these established certainties can weaken our convictions. In this episode, I talk about how to think about the intersection of conviction and certainty. 
07:45 10/24/23
E84: 'Championing Customer Success' with Kavitha Ashtakala
Getting a customer is a challenge. Relatively speaking, delighting a customer and converting them into a repeat customer is easier. That is the theme of today's conversation. I have Kavitha, a seasoned customer success manager. We are going to discuss examples, metrics, and challenges of a customer success manager. Hope you find this interview useful.What you'll listen(00:00) - Welcome (00:54) - What is customer success? (02:06) - Where do the customer success champions fit in? (03:16) - Metrics to track as a customer success manager (07:14) - What is the ongoing process we need to delight customers? (13:01) - Who does a customer success manager report to? (14:24) - Examples of customer success (15:53) - Skillset of a customer success manager (17:23) - How empathy helps (19:53) - Customer success manager in a services company (22:15) - What is the kindest thing someone has done for you? (22:54) - Who has manifested the best leadership quality in your life? (24:13) - What is the definition of living a good life? Connect with meTwitter: https://twitter.com/jjudeLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jjude/Website: https://jjude.com/Newsletter: https://jjude.com/subscribeYoutube: https://youtube.com/gravitaswinsEmail: podcast@jjude.comExecutive Coaching Program: https://gravitaswins.comConnect with KavithaLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kavithaashtakala/Your feedback countsThank you for listening. If you enjoy the podcast, would you please leave a short review on Apple podcast or on YouTube? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in finding this podcast. And it boosts my spirits. 😀I would like to hear what resonated the most with you in this episode. Either you can email me or share it on social media and tag me. Thank you for your support.Have a life of WINS.Gravitas WINS is produced by Joseph Jude. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcast, Spotify,Google Podcast,YouTube, or the podcasting app of your choice.Please check out other episodes of Gravitas WINS Radio. For easy consumption, they are categorized by themes. If you are a fellow podcaster, you might be interested in How I Podcast or tools I use.
25:30 10/17/23
E83: Finding Good Information
I talk about my learning framework and how I find good information to learn.
05:38 10/10/23
E82: "Investing for short-term goals" with Regi Thomas
Can you invest your short-term funds for a better return? Regi Thomas introduces ladder of risk so you can consider the different options for short-term investing. Join us on a journey to discover the strategies that work and the common mistakes that can hinder your success in the world of short-term investing.Don't forget to subscribe.What you'll listen(00:00) - Investing for short-term goals (00:51) - Definition of short-term investing (03:48) - Avenues for short-term investing (06:58) - What to optimize in short-term investing? (12:06) - Impact of fees on returns (14:10) - Play of advisory firms (17:37) - Can we be tax efficient with respect to investments? (19:03) - Diversification of short-term investments (20:51) - Common mistakes people do (25:01) - Emerging trends to track (28:58) - How to stay informed and adapt our investment strategy? (32:44) - Kindest thing anyone has done for you (32:53) - Best leadership quality and who manifested in your life (34:40) - What is your definition of living a good life? Connect with meTwitter: https://twitter.com/jjudeLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jjude/Website: https://jjude.com/Newsletter: https://jjude.com/subscribeYoutube: https://youtube.com/gravitaswinsEmail: podcast@jjude.comExecutive Coaching Program: https://gravitaswins.comConnect with Regi ThomasLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/regi-thomas-375758277/Your feedback countsThank you for listening. If you enjoy the podcast, would you please leave a short review on Apple podcast or on YouTube? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in finding this podcast. And it boosts my spirits. 😀I would like to hear what resonated the most with you in this episode. Either you can email me or share it on social media and tag me. Thank you for your support.Have a life of WINS.Gravitas WINS is produced by Joseph Jude. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcast, Spotify,Google Podcast,YouTube, or the podcasting app of your choice.Please check out other episodes of Gravitas WINS Radio. For easy consumption, they are categorized by themes. If you are a fellow podcaster, you might be interested in How I Podcast or tools I use.
36:18 10/3/23
E81: For sustained success, avoid injuries
Learn how to identify and avoid pitfalls that can sabotage your goals. Start your injury-free path to a healthier, wealthier you.I want to get back to a healthy weight for my age and height. So I'm taking a fat-to-fit challenge, which involves exercise, jogging, and dieting. When you talk to experts, they will advice you to avoid injuries first. Nor surprisingly, this concept of preventing injury is applicable to a wide range of other fields as well.
03:00 9/26/23
E80: 'Impact of technology on mental health' with Ruby Grace
Technology is the beating heart of innovation and progress. As technology executives, we are at the forefront of such advancement. The same technology that helps us grow, also affects our mental health.To discuss the connection between technology and mental health, I have invited Ruby Grace, a licensed rehabilitation psychologist. She has extensive experience in understanding the intricate relation between technology and mental health. She has helped many students and professionals navigate this complex landscape. Hope today's conversation helps you at least a little bit towards improving your mental health.Don't forget to subscribe.What you'll listen(00:00) - Start (01:23) - Definition of mental health (02:26) - What are the short-term mental health issues? (03:33) - Recognising short-term issues (05:10) - Being productive and mentally healthy (08:16) - Impact of working in different timezones (10:37) - Being ambitious and being mentally healthy (13:56) - How companies can take care of their employees' mental health? (16:49) - How to build mental resilience? (21:58) - When to seek medical help? (24:20) - How to keep track of one's mental health? (28:15) - Dealing with mental health as an escape route (31:41) - Kindest thing anyone has done for you (31:58) - Best leadership quality (33:03) - Definition of living a good life Connect with meTwitter: https://twitter.com/jjudeLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jjude/Website: https://jjude.com/Newsletter: https://jjude.com/subscribeYoutube: https://youtube.com/gravitaswinsEmail: podcast@jjude.comExecutive Coaching Program: https://gravitaswins.comConnect with Ruby GraceLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ruby-grace-selvaraj-1b540a100/Your feedback countsThank you for listening. If you enjoy the podcast, would you please leave a short review on Apple podcast or on YouTube? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in finding this podcast. And it boosts my spirits. 😀I would like to hear what resonated the most with you in this episode. Either you can email me or share it on social media and tag me. Thank you for your support.Have a life of WINS.Gravitas WINS is produced by Joseph Jude. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcast, Spotify,Google Podcast,YouTube, or the podcasting app of your choice.Please check out other episodes of Gravitas WINS Radio. For easy consumption, they are categorized by themes. If you are a fellow podcaster, you might be interested in How I Podcast or tools I use.
33:57 9/19/23
E79: How I use GenAI tools as a CTO?
I've used ChatGPT on and off since it came out. At first, I didn't get much success, either because I didn't know how to use it properly, or because the tool didn't work as advertised. But I kept playing with it. Over the period, as a CTO, I've added a lot of GenAI tools to my toolbox.In this episode, I'm talking about three of those tools.
06:34 9/12/23
E78: "Lean video marketing" with Naseef KPO
When we think about marketing, we need to use all formats of content. That includes text, images, and video. But most small businesses think it is too expensive to market via videos. Naseef, today's guest, says it is possible to have a lean video marketing setup. Let us find out.What you'll listen(00:00) - Start (02:16) - What are the steps involved in creating a video marketing campaign? (04:52) - Creating video for IT services company (08:28) - Tools for lean video marketing (12:32) - Different ways to repurpose videos (18:04) - KPIs for video marketing (22:21) - Examples of B2B videos (25:57) - Mistakes in video marketing (30:08) - Kindest thing anyone has done for you (33:18) - What is the definition of living a good life Connect with meTwitter: https://twitter.com/jjudeLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jjude/Website: https://jjude.com/Newsletter: https://jjude.com/subscribeYoutube: https://youtube.com/gravitaswinsEmail: podcast@jjude.comExecutive Coaching Program: https://gravitaswins.comConnect with Naseef KPOLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/naseef-kpo/Your feedback countsThank you for listening. If you enjoy the podcast, would you please leave a short review on Apple podcast or on YouTube? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in finding this podcast. And it boosts my spirits. 😀I would like to hear what resonated the most with you in this episode. Either you can email me or share it on social media and tag me. Thank you for your support.Have a life of WINS.Gravitas WINS is produced by Joseph Jude. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcast, Spotify,Google Podcast,YouTube, or the podcasting app of your choice.Please check out other episodes of Gravitas WINS Radio. For easy consumption, they are categorized by themes. If you are a fellow podcaster, you might be interested in How I Podcast or tools I use.
35:20 9/5/23
E77: "Gamification of Marketing" with Arvind Sundar
When we fuse two domains we get amazing insights. Joining me today is Arvindh, who has done exactly that. We are going to talk about gamification and how it can be used to engage your customers, creating lasting connections, and elevate your brand to a whole new level.A request: Remember to hit the subscribe button, leave us a review, and share this episode with fellow business leaders.What you'll listen(00:00) - Start (00:53) - How Arvindh started with gamification (07:46) - How to use gamification for marketing (13:53) - How IT services companies can use gamification of marketing (21:56) - How coaches can use gamification of marketing (26:10) - Mistakes people make in applying this concept (30:08) - Tools for gamification of marketing (32:45) - How to measure effectiveness of the framework (34:46) - Kindest thing anyone has done for you (35:05) - Who manifested leadership quality (36:00) - Definition of living a good life Resources Mentioned:- Storyworthy by Matthew Dicks - Building a story brand by Donald MillerConnect with meTwitter: https://twitter.com/jjudeLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jjude/Website: https://jjude.com/Newsletter: https://jjude.com/subscribeYoutube: https://youtube.com/gravitaswinsEmail: podcast@jjude.comExecutive Coaching Program: https://gravitaswins.comConnect with Arvindh SundarLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/arvindhsundar/Twitter: https://twitter.com/arvindhsundarYour feedback countsThank you for listening. If you enjoy the podcast, would you please leave a short review on Apple podcast or on YouTube? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in finding this podcast. And it boosts my spirits. 😀I would like to hear what resonated the most with you in this episode. Either you can email me or share it on social media and tag me. Thank you for your support.Have a life of WINS.Gravitas WINS is produced by Joseph Jude. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcast, Spotify,Google Podcast,YouTube, or the podcasting app of your choice.Please check out other episodes of Gravitas WINS Radio. For easy consumption, they are categorized by themes. If you are a fellow podcaster, you might be interested in How I Podcast or tools I use.
37:53 8/22/23
E76: "How to sell on Amazon US from India" with Gaurav Aggarwal
The internet has opened up many business models that were not available earlier. One such business model is selling on Amazon sitting in India (in fact from anywhere). Gaurav, my guest today, has being doing this business for almost 2 years successfully. Today we are going to find everything about this business model. Hope you find this conversation useful.(00:00) - Start (00:57) - What is FBA? (02:14) - How Gaurav started with FBA (04:03) - How to get started with FBA? (08:34) - How to get products to Amazon warehouse? (11:34) - How to price the product first? (14:10) - Talk about Amazon Ads (16:45) - Handling customer reviews (18:36) - Hardest parts of FBA (21:15) - Can Amazon ban you? (23:38) - Odds of success in Amazon FBA (26:24) - Getting profits back to India (27:45) - Handling taxes (29:04) - Kindest thing anyone has done for you (29:48) - What is leadership quality and who has manifested it in your life? (31:27) - Definition of living a good life Download FBA Starter Guide- You can download the FBA starter guide from the podcast website: https://jjude.com/gaurav-amazon-fba/Connect with meTwitter: https://twitter.com/jjudeLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jjude/Website: https://jjude.com/Newsletter: https://jjude.com/subscribeYoutube: https://youtube.com/gravitaswinsEmail: podcast@jjude.comExecutive Coaching Program: https://gravitaswins.comConnect with Gaurav AggarwalLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/amazon-marketing-hacker/Your feedback countsThank you for listening. If you enjoy the podcast, would you please leave a short review on Apple podcast or on YouTube? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in finding this podcast. And it boosts my spirits. 😀I would like to hear what resonated the most with you in this episode. Either you can email me or share it on social media and tag me. Thank you for your support.Have a life of WINS.Gravitas WINS is produced by Joseph Jude. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcast, Spotify,Google Podcast,YouTube, or the podcasting app of your choice.
32:37 8/8/23
E75: Selling shovels in Generative AI gold rush
This is the 75th episode of Gravitas WINS Radio. Thank you for all your support in listening, commenting, and spreading the word about the podcast.The metaphor "sell shovels during gold rush" originated during California's gold rush. The saying means that when you recognize a gold rush is happening, don't try to be the 1,000,001st person to mine for gold, because you will probably fail. Instead sell something that all the millions of gold miners need, like shovels and get rich from selling them. This mental model is so true for the current AI era too.Connect with meTwitter: https://twitter.com/jjudeLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jjude/Website: https://jjude.com/Newsletter: https://jjude.com/subscribeYoutube: https://youtube.com/gravitaswinsEmail: podcast@jjude.comExecutive Coaching Program: https://gravitaswins.comYour feedback countsThank you for listening. If you enjoy the podcast, would you please leave a short review on Apple podcast or on YouTube? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in finding this podcast. And it boosts my spirits. 😀I would like to hear what resonated the most with you in this episode. Either you can email me or share it on social media and tag me. Thank you for your support.Have a life of WINS.Gravitas WINS is produced by Joseph Jude. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcast, Spotify,Google Podcast,YouTube, or the podcasting app of your choice.
02:54 8/1/23
E74: "Trends in Digital Commerce" with Vikrant Sukhla
I have the privilege of having a seasoned digital commerce architect at Adobe as a guest. We discuss the trends that we already see and the ones that are shaping up in digital commerce. Hope you find this conversation useful.(00:00) - vikrant-commerce (00:52) - How Vikrant moved from running a Magneto agency to Adobe (04:16) - Difference between e-commerce and digital commerce (07:08) - Steps to move to digital commerce (10:52) - Business models of digital commerce (15:13) - New technological patterns in digital commerce (21:01) - How can IT Services companies stay ahead of the curve? (26:12) - Generative AI and digital commerce (32:15) - Kindest thing anyone has done? (33:54) - Best leadership quality (35:11) - Definition of living a good life Connect with meTwitter: https://twitter.com/jjudeLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jjude/Website: https://jjude.com/Newsletter: https://jjude.com/subscribeYoutube: https://youtube.com/gravitaswinsEmail: podcast@jjude.comExecutive Coaching Program: https://gravitaswins.comConnect with VikrantLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shuklavikrant/Your feedback countsThank you for listening. If you enjoy the podcast, would you please leave a short review on Apple podcast or on YouTube? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in finding this podcast. And it boosts my spirits. 😀I would like to hear what resonated the most with you in this episode. Either you can email me or share it on social media and tag me. Thank you for your support.Have a life of WINS.Gravitas WINS is produced by Joseph Jude. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcast, Spotify,Google Podcast,YouTube, or the podcasting app of your choice.Please check out other episodes of Gravitas WINS Radio. For easy consumption, they are categorized by themes. If you are a fellow podcaster, you might be interested in How I Podcast or tools I use.
37:22 7/25/23
E73: AI Factory of the future
In the '70s, leadership expert Warren Bennis predicted a future factory staffed by just a man and a dog. The man's job is to feed the dog. The dog's role is to stop the man from touching machines. This vision never materialized.Now, with generative AI on the rise, I hear similar forecasts. These AI models can create movies, music, images – pushing humans to the sidelines of creative work. They suggest our only task will be supervising these LLM models.I disagree for five reasons:Humans adaptHumans are irreplaceableTroubleshooting real-world problems need humansBuilding an all-AI factory would be costlyThese models are inhaling their own exhaustConnect with meTwitter: https://twitter.com/jjudeLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jjude/Website: https://jjude.com/Newsletter: https://jjude.com/subscribeYoutube: https://youtube.com/gravitaswinsEmail: podcast@jjude.comExecutive Coaching Program: https://gravitaswins.comYour feedback countsThank you for listening. If you enjoy the podcast, would you please leave a short review on Apple podcast or on YouTube? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in finding this podcast. And it boosts my spirits. 😀I would like to hear what resonated the most with you in this episode. Either you can email me or share it on social media and tag me. Thank you for your support.Have a life of WINS.Gravitas WINS is produced by Joseph Jude. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcast, Spotify,Google Podcast,YouTube, or the podcasting app of your choice.
05:08 7/18/23

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