Karl Mehta, CEO, EdCast- A Social Network for People with Brains

If Instagram is for Kim Kardashian’s ass, Twitter is for Donald Trump rants and Facebook is for your mom, where can you turn for a social media experience that won’t leave you brain dead?

Until now, nowhere. You were at Kimye’s mercy.

But with the launch of EdCast, a social knowledge network designed to get you to stop drooling, leaders such as former secretary of defense William Perry, music mogul Scooter Braun, Mitch Kapor of Kapor Capital, and director of MIT entrepreneurship Joi Ito are broadcasting and sharing information.

The Twitter-like platform features topics such as entrepreneurship, architecture, robotics, technology, and health, filled with insights from over 100 globally renowned experts and influencers.

I’m so pleased to have had a conversation with Karl Mehta! Karl is a White House Presidential Innovation Fellow, TEDx veteran and most important to me at least, the mastermind and CEO of EdCast.

 

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Online ThoughtleadHer Danielle Tate, Founder & CEO, MissNowMrs.com

Okay, I had the BEST time talking with Danielle Tate today. She is the Founder & CEO of MissNowMrs.com, the leading online name change service on the Net.

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In our fast-paced conversation, Danielle shares new strategies for what she calls “Faking it until you make it” as it relates to gaining credibility for your startup.

Lots of great advice from this Online ThoughleadHer today! Listen up and Lean In…;-)   

 

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The Emotion Code: Release Your Baggage for Self-Healing with Allison Johnson

 

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Bob Risk, Staples National Safety Expert

Yes, his last name is Risk, and September is National Emergency Preparedness Month.

According to a national workplace safety survey by Staples, only half of employees believe their workplaces are prepared for a severe emergency and nearly two-thirds of those polled said recent natural disasters have not led to their employers reassessing company safety plans. 

Today, Staples’ Safety Expert Bob Risk drops in to discuss how local San Diego consumers and businesses can get back-to-safety and prepare for the unexpected.

Bob says people would be surprised to find out how many stores and even restaurants lack the most basic supplies for first aid! 

And he’s going to share with us 5 overlooked products that should be included as part of an emergency preparedness kit.

Bob is the senior strategic safety health and wellness manager for Staples. His experience includes working with some of the largest corporations in the world to help them with emergency response efforts and environmental clean-ups of some of the worst disasters in the last decade, including Hurricane Katrina and the Gulf Coast Oil spill.

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