Big Audacious Idea is a podcast for listeners who think boldly and beyond conventional perception. Host Craig James meets with many of today’s most provocative thinkers to explore the meta-questions of life. Its 35 minutes of deep and thoughtful discussion guaranteed to feed the curious nature of your mind. Each episode features “mind giants” like Seth Godin or Alan Burdick who examine what it means to be human, asking the questions that will lead to new discoveries for humankind. Does time move backwards? Can ethical questions be answered by science? Is there life after death? Does cryptocurrency have value? Its questions like these will spark the Big Audacious Ideas of tomorrow.
Will we ever get rid of money? Is cryptocurrency just a trend? Who is more valuable, a rich person or a volunteer? ...with Seth Godin
Are we all connected? How do we use memories from the past to heal the present? Is our reality an illusion? … with guest Gordana Biernat
Is reincarnation real? Where do you go after you die? What is an out of body experience? … answered by Stephen Hawley Martin
How do we create new ideas? Why do we get “stuck” on certain problems and how to get “unstuck”? Is brainstorming helpful or harmful? … with guest, Tony McCaffery
Craig James is an Information Technology Industry veteran and Co-Founder/Managing Partner of CatalystStrategies (a.k.a. CatStrat Services), a strategic advisory firm that helps organizations stop—and think. He is an executive coach, writer, speaker, thought leader and modern philosopher. He believes that for humankind to look forward, it needs to look back. He challenges bedrock concepts that define our reality—and asks fundamental questions surrounding the human experience, consciousness, time, space, technology, life, death and the future.
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