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#112: Trust Factor: The Science of Creating High-Performance Companies

Today my guest is Paul Zak, scientist, prolific author and public speaker. Paul is - what I just love, he wrote the book, The Moral Molecule: The Source of Love and Prosperity in 2012, and literally, he discovered oxytocin. Now what is oxytocin? This was a landmark neurochemical that he discovered was the driver of trust, love and morality. That was a key differentiation for our humanity, and so this made him very popular and he's gotten the nickname Dr. Love. Now, what does this mean for his latest book called, Trust Factor: The Science of Creating High-Performance Companies? As a scientist, his decades of research have taken him from the Pentagon, to research with the three-letter agencies, to the rain forests of Papua New Guinea - all in the quest to understand the neuroscience of human connection, human happiness and effective teamwork. It's through his lab and testing that he's developed and deployed neuroscience technologies to solve real world problems experienced by people, especially in this today's times of exponential technologies. What I love is that those things that we had a hunch about now, he's validating through technologies. Now, what's this about trust? Because there's a big thing going on now that this is the most disengaged workforce in a long time. Much of it is because of the lack of trust. So, what is oxytocin? Experiments have shown that when you have a higher sense of purpose stimulates oxytocin production, as does trust. Trust and purpose, then mutually reinforce each other, providing a mechanism for extended oxytocin release, which produces happiness. So joy on the job comes from doing purpose-driven work with a trusted team. I could go on and on, but I want to let Dr. Paul Zak do most of the talking related to this. Because I think that for leaders, that this is super important. Leadership now, especially for many of the CIOs and technology and digital transformation leaders, the imperative for leaders today is to create this engagement within their teams and within their people. I've had a pattern now with a couple of different podcast interviews talking with people that are top in their field. Here is one of the top scientists in the this field that is talking about how to do this. One of it is creating this peak immersion. Creating an immersion can be contagious and leaders; of course can't just bestow immersion on people. Leaders must embody it, they must be plugged into it themselves. This creates this factor, which allows an organization to take on this resonance, which differentiates you and your organization and your teams within the business and within the marketplace. One of it is creating this peak immersion. Creating an immersion can be contagious and leaders; of course can't just bestow immersion on people. Leaders must embody it, they must be plugged into it themselves. This creates this factor, which allows an organization to take on this resonance, which differentiates you and your organization and your teams within the business and within the marketplace. Well, I want to bring you Paul today because Paul is going to give you practical examples, practical tools and really get you thinking about this topic deeply. So with that, I want to introduce you to my conversation with Dr. Paul Zak. What You Will Learn From This Interview Key Factors in Motivation to Take Action: Paying Attention Emotionally resonant - Real caring so that it impacts the brain These Keys get people into a flow state in which Peak Immersion can be measured People are attracted to those who are engaged. Immersion is Contagious Leaders Must be Plugged in Neural Job Crafting How to Build a Culture of Trust The role of neurochemical Oxytocin Work-life Integration vs Work-life Balance Trust is a Leading Indicator of Engagement A high trust culture doesn't mean you don't have high accountability, daily check-ins, daily huddles, etc Examples of 'Whole Person' Reviews that you can use in your company Creating f

48 MIN5 d ago
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#112: Trust Factor: The Science of Creating High-Performance Companies

#111: Human Performance and The Benefits of Sauna

Welcome back to the show, everyone. This is Bill Murphy, your host of the RedZone Podcast. So today's the title of this episode is, 'Human Performance and the Benefits of Sauna', in particular Finnish sauna. So how did this start? A couple of years ago, I had Wim Hof on the show. He trains people on how to elevate their body temperature when they're immersed in cold water and he always had a sauna off to the side. Now, he has an institute in Norway, and I trained with him in Poland. Wim Hof has talked a lot about the benefits of sauna, relative to cold, it's called thermogenesis. I have always wanted to learn more about the benefits of sauna; and there's been a lot of research on how sauna can help with your cardiovascular system. It can help with a variety of different diseases and with just general health and well being. So, I asked the leading sauna person in the United States, Glenn Auerbach, to come on the show. I met Glenn in Minnesota when I went to look at a sauna he put tog...

31 MIN1 w ago
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#111: Human Performance and The Benefits of Sauna

#110: The Inside Gig: How Sharing Untapped Talent Across Boundaries Unleashes Organizational Capacity

My guest today is Kelley Steven-Waiss. This is a woman who's really at the pinnacle of her career. What I love is that, as a leader, you will be able to see how Kelley is dealing with the human resource issues that we're facing in the marketplace. That both of the skilled resource challenges, being able to find talent and train talent, and how you create engagement and a culture that is both powerful and profitable, and embraces the new workforce all the way from the oldest generation – to the youngest in the workforce. Kelley does this right now at HERE technologies, a multiple thousand-user organization. She's done that with Extreme Networks, Integrated Device Technology, and PMC-Sierra. She has been responsible for global human capital and human resource strategies for all of those companies. Kelley is also on the board of FormFactor, which is a publicly traded company in California, as well as being the chair of the Advisory Board of Silicon Valley Education Foundation. Kelley ...

45 MIN2 w ago
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#110: The Inside Gig: How Sharing Untapped Talent Across Boundaries Unleashes Organizational Capacity

#109: The Disruption Mindset: Why Some Organizations Transform While Others Fail

Today my guest is Charlene Li. Charlene is a graduate of Harvard and of Harvard Business School, she's been named one of the most creative people in business by Fast Company, and she's an expert in digital transformation and disruptive growth strategies. Charlene has just released a new book called, The Disruption Mindset: Why Some Organizations Transform Why Others Fail. Charlene is a founder of and a Senior Fellow at Altimeter, which is a Profit company. She is the author of five previous books including a New York Times bestseller, Open Leadership; and the co-author of the critically acclaimed book Groundswell. I love how she explains that we've been approaching disruption backwards. In my conversation with her, we talk about how companies make disruption their goal, but they believe that if they develop the right innovation, they will disrupt the markets forever and drive the kind of growth worthy of what their Board of Directors wants. But, as Charlene explains to me that it's ...

44 MIN3 w ago
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#109: The Disruption Mindset: Why Some Organizations Transform While Others Fail

#108: How to Raise Emotionally Strong, Resilient and Powerful Kids in A Digital Age

Today, I have a special guest, Dr. David Murphy. David is one of the world's leaders in working with children, young adults and families and helping them with their struggles, utilizing time management and organization. He consults with families and addresses the needs of students at all grade levels have been diagnosed with challenges like Asperger's, non-verbal learning disabilities, social emotional disabilities, ADHD, and all types of challenges related to this time management organization. Dr. Murphy received his Bachelor's and Master's degree in Special Education from the University of Connecticut and is nearing completion of his second Master's degree in Special Education from Southern Connecticut State University. He earned his Doctorate in Education at Northeastern University. In our conversation, we get into all sorts of details related to the issues that are facing children, from young children through middle school, and high school. These are things that I have been pers...

71 MINOCT 12
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#108: How to Raise Emotionally Strong, Resilient and Powerful Kids in A Digital Age

#107: Modern Sales | Your Customers Don't Need You Anymore

Why did I go down this path with this type of episode? I recently read an article by Chris Peterson, Principal at Vector Firm, where he outlined ways for a salesperson to differentiate themselves from every other salesperson. I was impressed and it made me think hard about the role of a salesperson and the notable transformation within today’s selling environment. Beginning in 2006, Chris recognized a growing chasm between the way organizations purchased security technology and the way it was being sold. He recognized that this was creating a sales force of amazing security account managers – who had little or no time to HUNT for new business. Do you think the role of a salesperson is dead? People are afraid of even using the word salesperson today. You rarely see this title on a business card. You see titles like Business Development, Account Manager, Account Executive and the list goes on and on. Is the role of a commission based sales rep dead? Now I believe that sales is one o...

-1 sOCT 1
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#107: Modern Sales | Your Customers Don't Need You Anymore

#106: Cloud Application Security Is Your Gateway to Cloud Confidence

Today, my guest is Shannon Emmons, Senior Product Manager at SonicWall. It was great having Shannon talk with our CIO and Lieutenant community. She is the top person for managing the product development of the Cloud App Security line with SonicWall From a security strategy perspective, the importance of a platform for security threat management, blocking, detection and response, as it relates to SaaS apps and your data, has never been more important. This can't be understated as more and more of your business applications are moved to the cloud and Securing Office 365, OneDrive, G Suite, Box, Dropbox, and other SaaS apps take on a higher and higher priority. I was eager to talk with Shannon and I was lucky to catch up with her after our Cloud and Email Kill Chain Defense Innovation lunch event. Here are some of the key questions we discussed: Key Questions We Discussed: Why should you care about multiple log-ins? What is your strategy when you have multiple users who are not based a...

-1 sAUG 16
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#106: Cloud Application Security Is Your Gateway to Cloud Confidence

#105: Offense and Defense Innovation at Experian with World Class CIO, Barry Libenson

I’m very excited about my guest for you today. It’s Barry Libenson, Global CIO for Experian. He is responsible for the design and delivery of global technology strategy. Prior to joining Experian in 2015, he was Senior Vice President and CIO of Safeway in North America. Before that, he was the CIO and VP of Land O’Lakes. He has a continuous track record of huge success in the CIO capacity. I am excited to bring Barry back for "Round 2" - his second episode with me and the RedZone Podcast. You will get the following out of this show as it relates to CIO Offensive and Defensive Strategy for a World Class company: Why you must understand strategies around Micro Services and APIs, how Barry’s topflight team is a key component to this strategy, how he approaches legacy and ‘build new’, and rapid iteration and testing in his environment. Idea Incubation and 3 Innovation Labs at Experian coupled with M&A Nurturing a mindset that can’t be disrupted or blindsided by tech disruption Wh...

53 MINAUG 9
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#105: Offense and Defense Innovation at Experian with World Class CIO, Barry Libenson

#104: The Spartan Regime: Leadership, Character and Strategy

First, an interesting coincidence I want to share. It’s middle-evening on Friday here in the Poconos, Pennsylvania where I’m getting ready to participate in a race tomorrow morning at 7:30 am. From the starting line, I’m going to race down the mountain in a Spartan race. It’s an obstacle course Spartan race that I’ve done several times. It’s my big challenge of the year. The irony is that I have on my Podcast today, an expert in ancient Greece. His name is Paul Rahe. Paul has written a trilogy of books on Sparta and the Spartans. The third volume being released in a few weeks. You’ll find a link to it on the podcast notes page along with the other two books in this trilogy. I’ve read these books, which are fantastic, and I’m endlessly fascinated with Spartans for a couple of reasons. I’ve always been fascinated with the Samurai, the Comanche, the Mongols, the Knights, etc. I just love these classic cultures and I think it’s because there’s a heroic myth. There’s a heroi...

53 MINJUL 27
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#104: The Spartan Regime: Leadership, Character and Strategy

#103: Man is Much More than a Tool Builder | He is An Inventor of Universes

Today my conversation is with David Smith. He’s the CEO and Founder of Croquet Studios David Smith is a computer scientist and entrepreneur who has focused on interactive 3D and using 3D as a basis for new user environments and entertainment for over thirty years. His specialty is system design and advanced user interfaces. He is a pioneer in 3D graphics, robotics, telepresence, artificial intelligence (AI) and augmented reality (AR). He creates world-class teams and ships impossible products. In 1987, Smith created The Colony, the very first real-time 3D adventure game/shooter and the precursor to today's first-person shooters. The game was developed for the Apple Macintosh and won the "Best Adventure Game of the Year" award from MacWorld Magazine. In 1990, Smith founded Virtus Corporation and developed Virtus Walkthrough, the first real-time 3D design application for personal computers. Virtus Walkthrough won the very first MacWorld/MacUser Breakthrough Product of the Year. David...

60 MINJUL 6
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#103: Man is Much More than a Tool Builder | He is An Inventor of Universes

Latest Episodes

#112: Trust Factor: The Science of Creating High-Performance Companies

Today my guest is Paul Zak, scientist, prolific author and public speaker. Paul is - what I just love, he wrote the book, The Moral Molecule: The Source of Love and Prosperity in 2012, and literally, he discovered oxytocin. Now what is oxytocin? This was a landmark neurochemical that he discovered was the driver of trust, love and morality. That was a key differentiation for our humanity, and so this made him very popular and he's gotten the nickname Dr. Love. Now, what does this mean for his latest book called, Trust Factor: The Science of Creating High-Performance Companies? As a scientist, his decades of research have taken him from the Pentagon, to research with the three-letter agencies, to the rain forests of Papua New Guinea - all in the quest to understand the neuroscience of human connection, human happiness and effective teamwork. It's through his lab and testing that he's developed and deployed neuroscience technologies to solve real world problems experienced by people, especially in this today's times of exponential technologies. What I love is that those things that we had a hunch about now, he's validating through technologies. Now, what's this about trust? Because there's a big thing going on now that this is the most disengaged workforce in a long time. Much of it is because of the lack of trust. So, what is oxytocin? Experiments have shown that when you have a higher sense of purpose stimulates oxytocin production, as does trust. Trust and purpose, then mutually reinforce each other, providing a mechanism for extended oxytocin release, which produces happiness. So joy on the job comes from doing purpose-driven work with a trusted team. I could go on and on, but I want to let Dr. Paul Zak do most of the talking related to this. Because I think that for leaders, that this is super important. Leadership now, especially for many of the CIOs and technology and digital transformation leaders, the imperative for leaders today is to create this engagement within their teams and within their people. I've had a pattern now with a couple of different podcast interviews talking with people that are top in their field. Here is one of the top scientists in the this field that is talking about how to do this. One of it is creating this peak immersion. Creating an immersion can be contagious and leaders; of course can't just bestow immersion on people. Leaders must embody it, they must be plugged into it themselves. This creates this factor, which allows an organization to take on this resonance, which differentiates you and your organization and your teams within the business and within the marketplace. One of it is creating this peak immersion. Creating an immersion can be contagious and leaders; of course can't just bestow immersion on people. Leaders must embody it, they must be plugged into it themselves. This creates this factor, which allows an organization to take on this resonance, which differentiates you and your organization and your teams within the business and within the marketplace. Well, I want to bring you Paul today because Paul is going to give you practical examples, practical tools and really get you thinking about this topic deeply. So with that, I want to introduce you to my conversation with Dr. Paul Zak. What You Will Learn From This Interview Key Factors in Motivation to Take Action: Paying Attention Emotionally resonant - Real caring so that it impacts the brain These Keys get people into a flow state in which Peak Immersion can be measured People are attracted to those who are engaged. Immersion is Contagious Leaders Must be Plugged in Neural Job Crafting How to Build a Culture of Trust The role of neurochemical Oxytocin Work-life Integration vs Work-life Balance Trust is a Leading Indicator of Engagement A high trust culture doesn't mean you don't have high accountability, daily check-ins, daily huddles, etc Examples of 'Whole Person' Reviews that you can use in your company Creating f

48 MIN5 d ago
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#112: Trust Factor: The Science of Creating High-Performance Companies

#111: Human Performance and The Benefits of Sauna

Welcome back to the show, everyone. This is Bill Murphy, your host of the RedZone Podcast. So today's the title of this episode is, 'Human Performance and the Benefits of Sauna', in particular Finnish sauna. So how did this start? A couple of years ago, I had Wim Hof on the show. He trains people on how to elevate their body temperature when they're immersed in cold water and he always had a sauna off to the side. Now, he has an institute in Norway, and I trained with him in Poland. Wim Hof has talked a lot about the benefits of sauna, relative to cold, it's called thermogenesis. I have always wanted to learn more about the benefits of sauna; and there's been a lot of research on how sauna can help with your cardiovascular system. It can help with a variety of different diseases and with just general health and well being. So, I asked the leading sauna person in the United States, Glenn Auerbach, to come on the show. I met Glenn in Minnesota when I went to look at a sauna he put tog...

31 MIN1 w ago
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#111: Human Performance and The Benefits of Sauna

#110: The Inside Gig: How Sharing Untapped Talent Across Boundaries Unleashes Organizational Capacity

My guest today is Kelley Steven-Waiss. This is a woman who's really at the pinnacle of her career. What I love is that, as a leader, you will be able to see how Kelley is dealing with the human resource issues that we're facing in the marketplace. That both of the skilled resource challenges, being able to find talent and train talent, and how you create engagement and a culture that is both powerful and profitable, and embraces the new workforce all the way from the oldest generation – to the youngest in the workforce. Kelley does this right now at HERE technologies, a multiple thousand-user organization. She's done that with Extreme Networks, Integrated Device Technology, and PMC-Sierra. She has been responsible for global human capital and human resource strategies for all of those companies. Kelley is also on the board of FormFactor, which is a publicly traded company in California, as well as being the chair of the Advisory Board of Silicon Valley Education Foundation. Kelley ...

45 MIN2 w ago
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#110: The Inside Gig: How Sharing Untapped Talent Across Boundaries Unleashes Organizational Capacity

#109: The Disruption Mindset: Why Some Organizations Transform While Others Fail

Today my guest is Charlene Li. Charlene is a graduate of Harvard and of Harvard Business School, she's been named one of the most creative people in business by Fast Company, and she's an expert in digital transformation and disruptive growth strategies. Charlene has just released a new book called, The Disruption Mindset: Why Some Organizations Transform Why Others Fail. Charlene is a founder of and a Senior Fellow at Altimeter, which is a Profit company. She is the author of five previous books including a New York Times bestseller, Open Leadership; and the co-author of the critically acclaimed book Groundswell. I love how she explains that we've been approaching disruption backwards. In my conversation with her, we talk about how companies make disruption their goal, but they believe that if they develop the right innovation, they will disrupt the markets forever and drive the kind of growth worthy of what their Board of Directors wants. But, as Charlene explains to me that it's ...

44 MIN3 w ago
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#109: The Disruption Mindset: Why Some Organizations Transform While Others Fail

#108: How to Raise Emotionally Strong, Resilient and Powerful Kids in A Digital Age

Today, I have a special guest, Dr. David Murphy. David is one of the world's leaders in working with children, young adults and families and helping them with their struggles, utilizing time management and organization. He consults with families and addresses the needs of students at all grade levels have been diagnosed with challenges like Asperger's, non-verbal learning disabilities, social emotional disabilities, ADHD, and all types of challenges related to this time management organization. Dr. Murphy received his Bachelor's and Master's degree in Special Education from the University of Connecticut and is nearing completion of his second Master's degree in Special Education from Southern Connecticut State University. He earned his Doctorate in Education at Northeastern University. In our conversation, we get into all sorts of details related to the issues that are facing children, from young children through middle school, and high school. These are things that I have been pers...

71 MINOCT 12
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#108: How to Raise Emotionally Strong, Resilient and Powerful Kids in A Digital Age

#107: Modern Sales | Your Customers Don't Need You Anymore

Why did I go down this path with this type of episode? I recently read an article by Chris Peterson, Principal at Vector Firm, where he outlined ways for a salesperson to differentiate themselves from every other salesperson. I was impressed and it made me think hard about the role of a salesperson and the notable transformation within today’s selling environment. Beginning in 2006, Chris recognized a growing chasm between the way organizations purchased security technology and the way it was being sold. He recognized that this was creating a sales force of amazing security account managers – who had little or no time to HUNT for new business. Do you think the role of a salesperson is dead? People are afraid of even using the word salesperson today. You rarely see this title on a business card. You see titles like Business Development, Account Manager, Account Executive and the list goes on and on. Is the role of a commission based sales rep dead? Now I believe that sales is one o...

-1 sOCT 1
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#107: Modern Sales | Your Customers Don't Need You Anymore

#106: Cloud Application Security Is Your Gateway to Cloud Confidence

Today, my guest is Shannon Emmons, Senior Product Manager at SonicWall. It was great having Shannon talk with our CIO and Lieutenant community. She is the top person for managing the product development of the Cloud App Security line with SonicWall From a security strategy perspective, the importance of a platform for security threat management, blocking, detection and response, as it relates to SaaS apps and your data, has never been more important. This can't be understated as more and more of your business applications are moved to the cloud and Securing Office 365, OneDrive, G Suite, Box, Dropbox, and other SaaS apps take on a higher and higher priority. I was eager to talk with Shannon and I was lucky to catch up with her after our Cloud and Email Kill Chain Defense Innovation lunch event. Here are some of the key questions we discussed: Key Questions We Discussed: Why should you care about multiple log-ins? What is your strategy when you have multiple users who are not based a...

-1 sAUG 16
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#106: Cloud Application Security Is Your Gateway to Cloud Confidence

#105: Offense and Defense Innovation at Experian with World Class CIO, Barry Libenson

I’m very excited about my guest for you today. It’s Barry Libenson, Global CIO for Experian. He is responsible for the design and delivery of global technology strategy. Prior to joining Experian in 2015, he was Senior Vice President and CIO of Safeway in North America. Before that, he was the CIO and VP of Land O’Lakes. He has a continuous track record of huge success in the CIO capacity. I am excited to bring Barry back for "Round 2" - his second episode with me and the RedZone Podcast. You will get the following out of this show as it relates to CIO Offensive and Defensive Strategy for a World Class company: Why you must understand strategies around Micro Services and APIs, how Barry’s topflight team is a key component to this strategy, how he approaches legacy and ‘build new’, and rapid iteration and testing in his environment. Idea Incubation and 3 Innovation Labs at Experian coupled with M&A Nurturing a mindset that can’t be disrupted or blindsided by tech disruption Wh...

53 MINAUG 9
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#105: Offense and Defense Innovation at Experian with World Class CIO, Barry Libenson

#104: The Spartan Regime: Leadership, Character and Strategy

First, an interesting coincidence I want to share. It’s middle-evening on Friday here in the Poconos, Pennsylvania where I’m getting ready to participate in a race tomorrow morning at 7:30 am. From the starting line, I’m going to race down the mountain in a Spartan race. It’s an obstacle course Spartan race that I’ve done several times. It’s my big challenge of the year. The irony is that I have on my Podcast today, an expert in ancient Greece. His name is Paul Rahe. Paul has written a trilogy of books on Sparta and the Spartans. The third volume being released in a few weeks. You’ll find a link to it on the podcast notes page along with the other two books in this trilogy. I’ve read these books, which are fantastic, and I’m endlessly fascinated with Spartans for a couple of reasons. I’ve always been fascinated with the Samurai, the Comanche, the Mongols, the Knights, etc. I just love these classic cultures and I think it’s because there’s a heroic myth. There’s a heroi...

53 MINJUL 27
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#104: The Spartan Regime: Leadership, Character and Strategy

#103: Man is Much More than a Tool Builder | He is An Inventor of Universes

Today my conversation is with David Smith. He’s the CEO and Founder of Croquet Studios David Smith is a computer scientist and entrepreneur who has focused on interactive 3D and using 3D as a basis for new user environments and entertainment for over thirty years. His specialty is system design and advanced user interfaces. He is a pioneer in 3D graphics, robotics, telepresence, artificial intelligence (AI) and augmented reality (AR). He creates world-class teams and ships impossible products. In 1987, Smith created The Colony, the very first real-time 3D adventure game/shooter and the precursor to today's first-person shooters. The game was developed for the Apple Macintosh and won the "Best Adventure Game of the Year" award from MacWorld Magazine. In 1990, Smith founded Virtus Corporation and developed Virtus Walkthrough, the first real-time 3D design application for personal computers. Virtus Walkthrough won the very first MacWorld/MacUser Breakthrough Product of the Year. David...

60 MINJUL 6
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#103: Man is Much More than a Tool Builder | He is An Inventor of Universes
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