A reminder for me in 2021

This is my resolution for 2021. Don't get me wrong. I love coffee. I like a good Helles and red wine. I just feel so much better without coffee and alcohol, though. So this is a reminder to me in 2021: https://twitter.com/chrisgleitze/status/1345723770036776965?s=20 Check out more of my blog posts on creativity, technology and life in…

3 basic but crucial lessons for interview podcasts

Here I want to share crucial lessons for interview podcasts that I learned from doing my podcast for over a year: a podcast on a wide variety of subjects with long-form conversations. By now I did over 30 interviews for The Connecting Dots Podcast. The following 3 lessons are simple. Some may read them and…

Good startup questions for interview podcasts

After more than 30 episodes of my interview podcast, The Connecting Dots Podcast, I collected a big amount of startup questions. Let me share what questions worked for my interview podcast: The importance of follow-up questions! Those questions below just offer a gateway into stories, experiences and points of view that you have to take.…

More computer skills should be taught at schools. Here are my suggestions

This article is part of a series of blog posts that I wrote feeling inspired by my podcast conversation with Fabrizio Gramuglio about AI, VR and Brain-Computer-Interface (TCDP #28). In the world of world wide web knowing facts is not that important anymore. Anybody can easily google any information. You don't even have to type…

Knowing what you DO NOT like – Jerry Seinfeld on creating ideas

Jerry Seinfeld is creating ideas for his comedy since the mid-'70s. He's world-class at the craft of comedy. You can learn this from him: It’s very important to know what you don’t like. A big part of innovation is saying, “You know what I’m really sick of?”Jerry Seinfeld I heard Seinfeld say that on my…