Radio Recap: Compatibility & Career

Knowing your personality typecan help with career planning at every stage from what to major in to pivoting careers. Over 2 million people are administered the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator assessment—or MBTI—worldwide each year. MBTI was founded by mother/daughter team Katharine Cook Briggs and Isabel Briggs Myers. Based on Carl Jung’s renowned “16 Psychological Types”—Jung’s theory for self-understanding and life-long development—MBTI type [Read More]

Radio Recap: Luxury Verification

Counterfeit goods make up around 2.5% of all global imports to the US—which is somewhere in the ballpark of half a trillion dollars. In 2017, US Customs seized more than 34,000 shipments of counterfeit goods—an 8% increase from 2016—and yet in [Read More]

Radio Recap: The EdTech Industry

The education space is chockfull of products for parents, students and educators, quickly becoming one of the fastest growing and most profitable industries. According to Forbes, in 2017, 813 different EdTech companies received funding while in 2018 EdTech investments hit [Read More]

Radio Recap: Ford at NAIAS 2019

Randi is broadcasting live from Detroit at the North American International Auto Show where, for over a century, this automotive event of the year has been held. Here is where the world’s top automotive and technology executives, designers, innovators and [Read More]

Radio Recap: How to Really Keep New Year’s Resolutions

Every New Year calls for resolutions—a tradition passed down from ancient Romans, Babylonians and Medieval knights. No one knows exactly how their success rates fared but if they’re anything like modern Westerners—where our gym membership dues are paid but we stop showing up— then [Read More]

Radio Recap: Introducing Zuckerberg Institute!

2019 is the year of the network. Whether you’re networking to further your career or you want to meet new people to expand your horizons—we network because we need to get something done and we can’t do it alone. But don’t be fooled by [Read More]

Radio Recap: mHealth Apps

Mobile Health—or mHealth—  is one of the fastest growing markets for new technology because it allows people to manage all aspects of their health and wellness from their phone. mHealth includes everything from wearables which track how we’re moving and what we’re eating, to [Read More]

Radio Recap: Women of Blockchain

According to Bitcoin news outlet, CoinDance, as of May 2018, 95% of Bitcoin engagement and participation comes from men and only 5% from women. The related world of cryptocurrency is filled with tales of “Blockchain Bros” takeovers, [Read More]

Radio Recap: The Gold Business

Gold and silver were the primary form of money for centuries. Even the word “gold” still triggers thoughts of wealth. It took several centuries for people to shift from precious metals to adopting paper money, [Read More]

Radio Recap: Human-Computer Interaction

Imagine you go to three different restaurants and order something spicy at each one. At the first restaurant,  you have to call for the waiter to get you a glass of water. At the second [Read More]

Radio Recap: Teen Tech Titans

There is no lack of negative stereotypes surrounding teenage girls: Even Former Secretary of State, John Kerry, likened all teenage girls to having insecurity problems. While teen girls often get stereotyped as moody, dramatic, or [Read More]