Futures Collective Podcast

In this podcast the conversations we have with some of the worlds most successful and fulfilled young people is all about exploring different pathways to success, and discussing pressing issues youth face into the future. We want you to understand the depth of pathways available and choose those that resonate with you. We want to empower you to relentlessly pursue the path of execution that actually gets you to your goal, hopefully finding true success and fulfilment as a result.


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#17 Ashley Edwards

Co-Founder & CEO of MindRight

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So many people are holding onto feelings and thoughts that they have never shared with anyone else because they don’t feel like they have a safe space.
— Ashley Edwards
 
 
  #16 Amanda Gutterman    CMO of ConsenSys     Main Discussion     #   Quickpods

#16 Amanda Gutterman

CMO of ConsenSys

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With blockchain it’s now possible for someone growing up in a village to have an identity, and a reputation even if there aren’t government or banking services available
— Amanda Gutterman
  #15 Cam Greenwood    Founder of Monsta Surf     Main Discussion     #   Quickpods

#15 Cam Greenwood

Founder of Monsta Surf

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I think most of the storms we face in life actually develop us into the person that we were created to be.
— Cam Greenwood
  #14 Marine Tanguy    Founder of MTArt     Main Discussion     #   Quickpods

#14 Marine Tanguy

Founder of MTArt

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Be less self centred ... as you look around you and listen to other people you really start learning.
— Marine Tanguy
  #13 Maia Bittner    Co-Founder of Pinch     Main Discussion      #Quickpods

#13 Maia Bittner

Co-Founder of Pinch

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The parts of me I’m very proud of ... are stuff that I was kind of embarrassed of when I was in high school.
— Maia Bittner
  #12 Daniel Smith    Co-Founder of Clean Coast Collective     Main Discussion      #Quickpods

#12 Daniel Smith

Co-Founder of Clean Coast Collective

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As young people there’s a lot of pressure to make decisions about where you’re headed with your life ... I think enjoying the present time is more important than fretting too much about what direction your life is going to take
— Daniel Smith
  #11 Kate Crowhurst    Founder of Advocate     Main Discussion      #Quickpod

#11 Kate Crowhurst

Founder of Advocate

Main Discussion

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Appreciate your individuality
— Kate Crowhurst
  #10 Saúl Zavarce    Human Rights Advocate & Youth Worker     Main Discussion      #Quickpod

#10 Saúl Zavarce

Human Rights Advocate & Youth Worker

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You succeed when you try, and you just have to keep trying. You’ll obviously fail at different things but if you don’t give up things will ultimately work out the way you want them to.
— Saúl Zavarce
  #9 Eva Mackinley    Founder of The Last Straw     Main Discussion     #   Quickpods

#9 Eva Mackinley

Founder of The Last Straw

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Do good for the sake of doing good, not for glory. There are a lot of people that get into stuff to make a good name for yourself and sometimes we lose the heart of what we do.
— Eva Mackinley
  #8 Paige Kassalen    Engineer & Market Analyst     Main Discussion     #   Quickpods

#8 Paige Kassalen

Engineer & Market Analyst

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One of the most important things to success is having a strong support system ... there’s a lot of people who will say you can’t do something but you just need to find the one’s who are encouraging
— Paige Kassalen
  #7 Rose Duong    Founder of Clothes Loop     Main Discussion

#7 Rose Duong

Founder of Clothes Loop

Main Discussion

Sustainability in fashion is a very large, complex and nuanced topic. Fundamentally there’s three things we need to know at least about sustainability: reducing reusing and recycling.
— Rose Duong
  #6 Jamie Skella    Futurist & Founder of Horizon State     Main Discussion

#6 Jamie Skella

Futurist & Founder of Horizon State

Main Discussion

There’s a lot of talk right now about the importance of kids learning to code, but as AI improves coding is becoming increasingly automated. So I don’t necessarily know if that is a good long term career proposition, it’s more about focussing on soft skills
— Jamie Skella
  #5 Lilia Tarawa    Bestselling Author & Holistic Lifestyle Coach     Main Discussion

#5 Lilia Tarawa

Bestselling Author & Holistic Lifestyle Coach

Main Discussion

Keep moving forward and don’t let others hold you back, and don’t let the voices of others that say you can’t do this ... get you down. Always connect to the inner voice in you that believes in your greatness.
— Lilia Tarawa
  #4 Stevie Dillon    Founder of    Stevie Says Social     Main Discussion

#4 Stevie Dillon

Founder of

Stevie Says Social

Main Discussion

A lot of the time its the things that make us similar to everyone else that are the best stories to tell
— Stevie Dillon
 
  #3 Quardean Lewis-Allen    Founder of Made In Brownsville     Main Discussion

#3 Quardean Lewis-Allen

Founder of Made In Brownsville

Main Discussion

Everybody has their own genius
— Quardean Lewis-Allen
  #2    Tahir Carl Karmali    Artist:    2017 Forbes    30 Under 30     Main Discussion

#2

Tahir Carl Karmali

Artist:

2017 Forbes

30 Under 30

Main Discussion

Sometimes institutions aren’t really interested in your opinion because maybe you come from a different background or maybe the opinions you are expressing doesn’t express the opinions of the people that fund the institutions... But if there’s an institution that will deny you there’s mot likely and institution that will accept you
— Tahir Carl Karmali
  #1 Whitney Stacey & Matt Teluk    Co-Founders of Monochrome Coffee Co.     Main Discussion

#1 Whitney Stacey & Matt Teluk

Co-Founders of Monochrome Coffee Co.

Main Discussion

So often we allow the fear of failure to stop us from taking action to stop us from impacting the things we care about.
— Matt Teluk