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A podcast on a wide variety of topics - philosophy & free will, science & technology, human relations & culture, business & innovation, arts & music, games and life in general. Free OnePageBooks at http://isene.org

Latest Episodes

Episode 20 (59:32) - How to be kick-ass on stage

The "Å" team (https://a-circle.no/) shares all the secrets to doing great presentations. As promised during this talk: Here is Brendan juggling: https://vimeo.com/125197180 Here is Øivind doing flair: https://youtu.be/mNsHGq3oKHw And here is Nick Vujicic: https://youtu.be/8jhcxOhIMAQ And then the link to the blog post on this: https://isene.org/2020/04/Presentations.html

63 MINAPR 14
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Episode 20 (59:32) - How to be kick-ass on stage

Episode 19 (9:05) - On global warming

At the tail end of my interview (https://isene.org/2019/02/RelevantMen.html) on Annmarie Bhola's Breaking Ground podcast, she asked me about my views on global warming. We had an interesting exchange that turned out as a podcast in its own right. We decided it would be a nice joint venture to present this interview on Geir's Everything. Link to the blog post: https://isene.org/2019/02/Podcast-GlobalWarming.html

9 MIN2019 FEB 20
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Episode 19 (9:05) - On global warming

Episode 18 (17:54) - The value of improvisation in Role-Playing Games

Not only in RPGs, but in life in general - improvisation is an invaluable skill that will help you in contless situation. But how do you balance improvisation, planning and the role-playing game system itself? What is the benefits of planning, and when do you simply "wing it"? OK, down with the flu, voice a bit rusty and claiming this to be episode 17 (it is #18).

17 MIN2019 JAN 3
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Episode 18 (17:54) - The value of improvisation in Role-Playing Games

Episode 17 (05:14) - What is the meaning of life? What is your greatest asset?

Is there any meaning, any purpose to life? What is the true path? Religion? Science? The arts, sports, parenting, helping others, yourself, collecting stuff, happiness, action, inaction or something entirely different? What on Earth - or elsewhere - could be the meaning of all this? Link to the blog post: https://isene.org/2018/12/Podcast-MeaningOfLife.html

5 MIN2018 DEC 7
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Episode 17 (05:14) - What is the meaning of life? What is your greatest asset?

Episode 16 (6:44) - Mental Training

There is a way to learn to be truly present without having to resort to mental tricks or doing anything special. Learning to really be present without any props or tools creates a foundation for clean focus. Because if you can calmly be present without needing any mental crutches, you can learn to focus without any underlying mental noise. This podcasts is about this simple, yet so hard to master skill. To train to do it well, read this OnePageBook: https://isene.org/onepagebooks/#1pb-2-mental-training---the-core

6 MIN2018 NOV 22
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Episode 16 (6:44) - Mental Training

Episode 15 (16:09) - Learn better public speaking, even without slides

Learn to become a better public speaker. Create a better impact and value with your audience. More interaction, less slides.

16 MIN2018 NOV 18
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Episode 15 (16:09) - Learn better public speaking, even without slides

Episode 14 (13:13) - Impress with the Arrow->Box->Arrow method

I did a talk at the Procurement 4.0 conference at Deloitte in Oslo. While the topic I covered was digitilization in shipping, I ended up recommending the audience to go home and ask their sexual partner how they could be the ideal partner in bed for them... and then deliver that and telling me how it went. I am curious if I will get any feedback. During the talk I covered the essence in the OnePageBook "Impress!" via the Arrow->Box->Arrow method. Listen to the podcast and I will take you through a drill using this method. Link to the blog post: https://isene.org/2018/11/Podcast-Impress.html

13 MIN2018 NOV 7
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Episode 14 (13:13) - Impress with the Arrow->Box->Arrow method

Episode 13 (39:20) - Can collaboration be good business?

Shipping, ant hills and the crazy fashion industry. Why is collaboration good business? Why share? What does shipping have in common with the pharmaceutical industry? What is “ant hill innovation”, and how does that concept relate to the IT industry? In this podcast I cover a lot of ground - from the two types of collaboration and sharing to examples of industries where collaboration is common place to industries where it is shunned. I talk about Intellectual Property Rights; patents, copyright and trade marks. I cover examples of how those concepts can in fact stifle innovation and how limiting such protections can lead to more prosperity. Sharing can be more than just caring, it can be good and sound business. Link to the blog post: https://isene.org/2018/11/Podcast-Collaboration.html

39 MIN2018 NOV 4
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Episode 13 (39:20) - Can collaboration be good business?

Eposide 12 (23:51) - Women will be last to be replaced by robots and AI

I held a workshop in Tromsø - north of the arctic circle - at the annual WISTA conference (WISTA being the “Women’s International Shipping & Trading Association”). The topic of my workshop was “Digitization, robots and AI. Why women will be the last to be replaced by robots and AI”. I was having a fun three hours with 25 smart and inspiring women. And to sum it up, I decided to wrap it all into a podcast. Link to the blog post: https://isene.org/2018/10/Podcast-WomanAndAutomation.html

23 MIN2018 OCT 27
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Eposide 12 (23:51) - Women will be last to be replaced by robots and AI

Episode 11 (22:41) - Chemical Geir blowing himself up

Stay curious. Experiment. Fail fast. Learn. Link to the blog post: https://isene.org/2018/10/Podcast-ChemicalGeir.html

22 MIN2018 OCT 13
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Episode 11 (22:41) - Chemical Geir blowing himself up

Latest Episodes

Episode 20 (59:32) - How to be kick-ass on stage

The "Å" team (https://a-circle.no/) shares all the secrets to doing great presentations. As promised during this talk: Here is Brendan juggling: https://vimeo.com/125197180 Here is Øivind doing flair: https://youtu.be/mNsHGq3oKHw And here is Nick Vujicic: https://youtu.be/8jhcxOhIMAQ And then the link to the blog post on this: https://isene.org/2020/04/Presentations.html

63 MINAPR 14
Comments
Episode 20 (59:32) - How to be kick-ass on stage

Episode 19 (9:05) - On global warming

At the tail end of my interview (https://isene.org/2019/02/RelevantMen.html) on Annmarie Bhola's Breaking Ground podcast, she asked me about my views on global warming. We had an interesting exchange that turned out as a podcast in its own right. We decided it would be a nice joint venture to present this interview on Geir's Everything. Link to the blog post: https://isene.org/2019/02/Podcast-GlobalWarming.html

9 MIN2019 FEB 20
Comments
Episode 19 (9:05) - On global warming

Episode 18 (17:54) - The value of improvisation in Role-Playing Games

Not only in RPGs, but in life in general - improvisation is an invaluable skill that will help you in contless situation. But how do you balance improvisation, planning and the role-playing game system itself? What is the benefits of planning, and when do you simply "wing it"? OK, down with the flu, voice a bit rusty and claiming this to be episode 17 (it is #18).

17 MIN2019 JAN 3
Comments
Episode 18 (17:54) - The value of improvisation in Role-Playing Games

Episode 17 (05:14) - What is the meaning of life? What is your greatest asset?

Is there any meaning, any purpose to life? What is the true path? Religion? Science? The arts, sports, parenting, helping others, yourself, collecting stuff, happiness, action, inaction or something entirely different? What on Earth - or elsewhere - could be the meaning of all this? Link to the blog post: https://isene.org/2018/12/Podcast-MeaningOfLife.html

5 MIN2018 DEC 7
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Episode 17 (05:14) - What is the meaning of life? What is your greatest asset?

Episode 16 (6:44) - Mental Training

There is a way to learn to be truly present without having to resort to mental tricks or doing anything special. Learning to really be present without any props or tools creates a foundation for clean focus. Because if you can calmly be present without needing any mental crutches, you can learn to focus without any underlying mental noise. This podcasts is about this simple, yet so hard to master skill. To train to do it well, read this OnePageBook: https://isene.org/onepagebooks/#1pb-2-mental-training---the-core

6 MIN2018 NOV 22
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Episode 16 (6:44) - Mental Training

Episode 15 (16:09) - Learn better public speaking, even without slides

Learn to become a better public speaker. Create a better impact and value with your audience. More interaction, less slides.

16 MIN2018 NOV 18
Comments
Episode 15 (16:09) - Learn better public speaking, even without slides

Episode 14 (13:13) - Impress with the Arrow->Box->Arrow method

I did a talk at the Procurement 4.0 conference at Deloitte in Oslo. While the topic I covered was digitilization in shipping, I ended up recommending the audience to go home and ask their sexual partner how they could be the ideal partner in bed for them... and then deliver that and telling me how it went. I am curious if I will get any feedback. During the talk I covered the essence in the OnePageBook "Impress!" via the Arrow->Box->Arrow method. Listen to the podcast and I will take you through a drill using this method. Link to the blog post: https://isene.org/2018/11/Podcast-Impress.html

13 MIN2018 NOV 7
Comments
Episode 14 (13:13) - Impress with the Arrow->Box->Arrow method

Episode 13 (39:20) - Can collaboration be good business?

Shipping, ant hills and the crazy fashion industry. Why is collaboration good business? Why share? What does shipping have in common with the pharmaceutical industry? What is “ant hill innovation”, and how does that concept relate to the IT industry? In this podcast I cover a lot of ground - from the two types of collaboration and sharing to examples of industries where collaboration is common place to industries where it is shunned. I talk about Intellectual Property Rights; patents, copyright and trade marks. I cover examples of how those concepts can in fact stifle innovation and how limiting such protections can lead to more prosperity. Sharing can be more than just caring, it can be good and sound business. Link to the blog post: https://isene.org/2018/11/Podcast-Collaboration.html

39 MIN2018 NOV 4
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Episode 13 (39:20) - Can collaboration be good business?

Eposide 12 (23:51) - Women will be last to be replaced by robots and AI

I held a workshop in Tromsø - north of the arctic circle - at the annual WISTA conference (WISTA being the “Women’s International Shipping & Trading Association”). The topic of my workshop was “Digitization, robots and AI. Why women will be the last to be replaced by robots and AI”. I was having a fun three hours with 25 smart and inspiring women. And to sum it up, I decided to wrap it all into a podcast. Link to the blog post: https://isene.org/2018/10/Podcast-WomanAndAutomation.html

23 MIN2018 OCT 27
Comments
Eposide 12 (23:51) - Women will be last to be replaced by robots and AI

Episode 11 (22:41) - Chemical Geir blowing himself up

Stay curious. Experiment. Fail fast. Learn. Link to the blog post: https://isene.org/2018/10/Podcast-ChemicalGeir.html

22 MIN2018 OCT 13
Comments
Episode 11 (22:41) - Chemical Geir blowing himself up
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