Khe Hy

Khe Hy is the creator of RadReads.

Caroline Webb (Ep.22): Behavioral science and your best self

I often get listener pushback when we discuss happiness and introspection — this skepticism comes from the fact that the learnings aren’t grounded in data and they lack the pragmatism and relevance to our daily jobs. Today’s guest, Caroline Webb is here to bridge that gap. She’s a former McKinsey partner, leadership coach, and economist and is used to C-Suiters pushing back on topics that are too “woo-woo.” She’s the founder of SevenShift, where she uses insights from behavioral science to help executives improve their working life. We discuss humans’ natural tendency to scan our environments for threats and how this impacts our brains. Are these threats real? How do we stop negative thought spirals? Is technology a source of threats? And a reader favorite, is fear a good motivator?

Why your next side project should use Stripe

I know what you’re thinking. We’ve hit peak side-project. Does the world need another app, notebook, or Kickstarter-funded eBook? Yes, the creator tools for the unbundled professional are abundant. But when it comes to actually getting paid for the creation of value, now that’s a different ballgame. What if I told you that you could create a beautiful website that could …

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Jocelyn K. Glei (Ep.20): Make haste slowly

Jocelyn K. Glei lives at intersection of the creative process, self management, and the future of work. She’s a creative polymath who’s held editorial positions, written a book on escaping email hell, and just launched the podcast Hurry Slowly (iTunes).

The Unbundling of the Career

“I didn’t go to school.” My friend (and RadReader) was briefly taken aback. He was interviewing for a senior role as Creative Director at a Product Development shop and this answer didn’t fit into his world view. But this designer was the most qualified candidate for the role. In this RadReads issue alone, you’ll find that …

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Episode 16: Bart Lorang

This week’s guest, Bart Lorang, CEO and co-founder of FullContact The world’s gonna have its way with you ▶️ Play Episode ▶️ Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Google Play | TuneIn | RSS Bart Lorang, FullContact Founder and CEO on work-life balance, leadership, and relationships Bart Lorang is the founder and CEO of FullContact. FullContact is a …

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Mark Pollard (Ep.14): Creativity is an act of rebellion

Today’s guest Mark Pollard is a straight up OG. Whether it’s creating Australia’s first Hip Hop zine to designing web sites during the early days of Web 1.0, Mark’s done it. He’s the founder of Mighty Jungle, where he helps founders make their brands make sense — through brand strategy and mental workouts. Mark really sees the world thru a unique lens: he’s fiercely analytical and left-brained, but also a “rebelliously creative” right brain and he’s got a strong sense of self and understanding of our own biases.

Episode 14: Mark Pollard

Episode 14: Mark Pollard, Founder of Mighty Jungle Creativity is an act of rebellion ▶️ Play Episode: Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Google Play | TuneIn | RSS Today’s guest Mark Pollard is a straight up OG. Whether it’s creating Australia’s first Hip Hop zine to designing web sites during the early days of Web 1.0, Mark’s …

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