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Nineteen80 is a management consultancy x creative agency founded by Daniel Hoang. He was born in 1980 and falls in the Xennial generation, the generation between Gen X and Millenials. He was born in an analog world but came of age in a digital world.Nineteen80 is about bridging worlds, from analog to digital, from pre-covid to the new operating norm.We'll tackle issues of technology, generational aging, pop culture, and racial equity. No matter how hard the issue can be, we'll find a way to talk about it. This podcast is about sense-making, trying to understand where the world is heading and how we can influence where we go.
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It's been a while since I've kept up this podcast. A lot has happened. I'm already two episodes behind, so I'll have to get back at it.Episode is also published on my personal YouTube channel:https://www.youtube.com/danielhoangOr follow the official Nineteen80 YouTube channel for the more business side of things:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0thM55jpbGur6IelitCt7gNineteen80 is a management consultancy and creative agency focused on transitions. As a Xennial, I was born in an analog world, and came of age in a digital world. As the world transitions from command and control to distributed teams, analog to digital, concentrated power and wealth to distributed knowledge of the crowd, Nineteen80 seeks to bring the best of both worlds together to create something better.Connect With Daniel HoangMy website - http://www.danielhoang.comMy company - http://www.nineteen80.coFollow me on Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/danielhoangFollow me on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/danielhoangSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/danielhoang)
Continuing the dialog around Racism in America, I talked to DEI consultant Aaisha Joseph and a technology executive Joseph Todd. We focused on whether love will unit us toward a better future.Nineteen80 is a management consultancy and creative agency focused on transitions. As a Xennial, I was born in an analog world and came of age in a digital world. As the world transitions from command and control to distributed teams, analog to digital, concentrated power and wealth to distributed knowledge of the crowd, Nineteen80 seeks to bring the best of both worlds together to create something better.Episode SummaryIn this episode, we spoke about...Loving the unlovableThe Black experienceHow we get to a more equitable worldConnect With Aaisha JosephLinkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/aaishajoseph/Website - https://www.aaisharenee.comConnect With Joseph ToddLinkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/josephctodd/Connect With Daniel HoangMy website - http://www.danielhoang.comMy company - http://www.nineteen80.coFollow me on Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/danielhoangFollow me on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/danielhoangJoin The Nineteen80 Membership - https://www.nineteen80.io/signupDate recorded January 27th, 2021Music from https://artlist.io/Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/danielhoang)
Nineteen80 is a management consultancy and creative agency focused on transitions. As a Xennial, I was born in an analog world and came of age in a digital world. As the world transitions from command and control to distributed teams, analog to digital, concentrated power and wealth to distributed knowledge of the crowd, Nineteen80 seeks to bring the best of both worlds together to create something better.In Season 2, I'm focusing on racism in America. These are hard topics to discuss and they're really ripe for mistakes. I'm learning in public, and come join me along the way.Episode SummaryIn this episode, I spoke aboutWhite cultureCharacteristics of a supremacist cultureLearningResources:Dismantling racism https://www.dismantlingracism.orgWhite supremacy culture https://www.dismantlingracism.org/white-supremacy-culture.htmlArticle by Tema Okun, https://collectiveliberation.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/White_Supremacy_Culture_Okun.pdfConnect With Daniel HoangMy website - http://www.danielhoang.comMy company - http://www.nineteen80.coFollow me on Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/danielhoangFollow me on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/danielhoangJoin The Nineteen80 Membership - https://www.nineteen80.io/signupDate recorded December 21st, 2020Music from https://artlist.io/Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/danielhoang)
Nineteen80 is a management consultancy and creative agency focused on transitions. As a Xennial, I was born in an analog world and came of age in a digital world. As the world transitions from command and control to distributed teams, analog to digital, concentrated power and wealth to distributed knowledge of the crowd, Nineteen80 seeks to bring the best of both worlds together to create something better.In Season 3, I'm focusing on racism in America. These are hard topics to discuss and they're really ripe for mistakes. I made a mistake in the recording, and you'll hear it. We'll learn from this. We'll get better.Thank you to Detrick Franklin MBA for really schooling me and showing me a better mindset.Bio About The GuestDetrick is a Continuous Improvement Quality expert who has lived experience in business and the work environment. He's a problem solving, always optimizing work. Detrick is a DEI consultant and also an advisor with Calling All Allies.Episode SummaryIn this episode, Detrick and I spoke about...The pandemic and racismSchooling me on DEIThe electionCancel cultureConnect With Detrick Franklin MBALinkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/the10thdisruptor/Calling All Allies - https://www.callingallallies.com/aboutConnect With Daniel HoangMy website - http://www.danielhoang.comMy company - http://www.nineteen80.coFollow me on Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/danielhoangFollow me on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/danielhoangJoin The Nineteen80 Membership - https://www.nineteen80.io/signupDate recorded November 4th, 2020Music from https://artlist.io/Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/danielhoang)
Nineteen80 is a management consultancy and creative agency focused on transitions. As a Xennial, I was born in an analog world, and came of age in a digital world. As the world transitions from command and control to distributed teams, analog to digital, concentrated power and wealth to distributed knowledge of the crowd, Nineteen80 seeks to bring the best of both worlds together to create something better.In this episode, I talked to Sunni Brown, Founder at Sunni Brown Ink and the Center for Deep Self Design.Bio About The GuestSunni founded the SB Ink creative consultancy over 12 years ago and she continues to grow and lead it. She is a best-selling author, global public speaker, expert meeting facilitator and Deep Self Design™ coach. She was named one of the “100 Most Creative People in Business” and one of the “10 Most Creative People on Twitter” by Fast Company. Her team has designed and led hundreds of group experiences in diverse industries and she is a veteran public speaker, having delivered countless presentations and “playnotes” in environments around the world. Sunni is the best-selling author of Gamestorming and The Doodle Revolution and she leads a worldwide campaign advocating for multi-sensory learning and deploys those techniques to teach sought-after leadership skills like emotional intelligence, effective communication, unlearning, rapid innovation and group collaboration.Episode SummaryIn this episode, Sunni and I spoke about...The Spiritual Side to Deep Self DesignEMDR TherapyZen, mindfulness, and connecting with yourselfThe backwards steps Connect With Sunni BrownWebsite - http://sunnibrown.comLinkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/sunnibrownTwitter - https://twitter.com/SunniBrownInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/sunnibrownSunni's Ted Talk - https://www.ted.com/speakers/sunni_brownConnect With Daniel HoangMy website - http://www.danielhoang.comMy company - http://www.nineteen80.coFollow me on Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/danielhoangFollow me on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/danielhoangJoin The Nineteen80 Membership - https://www.nineteen80.io/signupDate recorded August 13th, 2020Music from https://artlist.io/This podcast was edited by Naya Moss and Namos StudioSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/danielhoang)
Nineteen80 is a management consultancy and creative agency focused on transitions. As a Xennial, I was born in an analog world, and came of age in a digital world. As the world transitions from command and control to distributed teams, analog to digital, concentrated power and wealth to distributed knowledge of the crowd, Nineteen80 seeks to bring the best of both worlds together to create something better.In this episode, I finally talked to Mike Rohde, also a generational cusper and the original sketchnoter.Bio About The GuestMike Rohde is a Principal User Experience Designer and Visualizer at Johnson Controls helping innovate business with visual and design thinking. He's the author of the best selling book The Sketchnote Handbook, The Sketchnote Workbook, and creator of the Sketchnote Ideabook.Episode SummaryIn this episode, Mike and I spoke about...PrototypingSketchnotingTransitioning to analog to digitalCreating The Sketchnote IdeabookConnect With Mike RohdeWebsite - https://rohdesign.comLinkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/mikerohde/Twitter - https://twitter.com/rohdesignInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/rohdesignYoutube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCe1elri6WQzEOc7tD18EZOgConnect With Daniel HoangMy website - http://www.danielhoang.comMy company - http://www.nineteen80.coFollow me on Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/danielhoangFollow me on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/danielhoangJoin The Nineteen80 Membership - https://www.nineteen80.io/signupDate recorded August 13th, 2020Music from https://artlist.io/This podcast was edited by Naya Moss and Namos StudioSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/danielhoang)
Nineteen80 is a management consultancy and creative agency focused on transitions. As a Xennial, I was born in an analog world, and came of age in a digital world. As the world transitions from command and control to distributed teams, analog to digital, concentrated power and wealth to distributed knowledge of the crowd, Nineteen80 seeks to bring the best of both worlds together to create something better.My brother is also a Xennial, and we talk about what it was like growing up in a world where technology didn't always work.Bio About The GuestDavid Hoang is a design leader with a passion for creative, product, and technology. Previously he led Product Design and Research at One Medical, a health tech company focused on changing primary care. David co-founded Xhatch Interactive, a digital product company, and was Director of Design at Black Pixel.Episode SummaryIn this episode, David and I spoke about...Growing up together as XennialsA career that meets the intersectionality of art, creativity, design, and technologyDavid’s career and having a part in no code innovation at WebflowHow David approaches strategic planning and design ResourcesWebflow - https://www.webflow.comConnect With David HoangTwitter - https://www.twitter.com/davidhoangLinkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/dhoang2Website - https://www.davidhoang.comNewsletter - https://davidhoang.substack.comConnect With Daniel HoangMy website - http://www.danielhoang.comMy company - http://www.nineteen80.coFollow me on Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/danielhoangFollow me on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/danielhoangJoin The Nineteen80 Membership - https://www.nineteen80.io/signupDate recorded August 13th, 2020Music from https://artlist.io/This podcast was edited by Naya Moss and Namos StudioSupport the show - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/danielhoangSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/danielhoang)
Nineteen80 is a management consultancy and creative agency focused on transitions. As a Xennial, I was born in an analog world, and came of age in a digital world. As the world transitions from command and control to distributed teams, analog to digital, concentrated power and wealth to distributed knowledge of the crowd, Nineteen80 seeks to bring the best of both worlds together to create something better.I've been following Tim on Twitter for quite some time and we finally got a chance to talk in person.Bio About The GuestTim has worked for over 21 years in visual communication and strategy. He lives to bring art to life and create experiences that allow people to change and see things anew. Tim is committed to telling compelling stories, going to unexplored places, and finding and amplifying what's most excellent.Episode SummaryIn this episode, Tim and I spoke about...Visual thinking and storytellingMaking graphics actionable and being customer-centricThe philosophy and empathy side of leadershipCreating engagement and co-creatingResourcesWebsite - https://xplane.com/XPLANE’s Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/user/xplanevisualthinkingConnect With Tim MayTwitter - https://twitter.com/freshbeastLinkedin - linkedin.com/in/tim-may-he-him-963b427Connect With Daniel HoangMy website - http://www.danielhoang.comMy company - http://www.nineteen80.coFollow me on Twitter - https://twitter.com/danielhoangFollow me on Instagram - https://instagram.com/danielhoangJoin The Nineteen80 Membership - https://www.nineteen80.io/signupDate recorded August 13th, 2020Music from https://artlist.io/.This podcast was edited by Naya Moss and Namos Studio.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/danielhoang)
Nineteen80 is a management consultancy and creative agency focused on transitions. As a Xennial, I was born in an analog world, and came of age in a digital world. As the world transitions from command and control to distributed teams, analog to digital, concentrated power and wealth to distributed knowledge of the crowd, Nineteen80 seeks to bring the best of both worlds together to create something better.Pam is a long time friend, former colleague at Point B, and a fellow change management expert.Bio About The GuestPam Marmon is a change management leader and CEO of Marmon Consulting. She is Prosci certified change management expert and Cornell University certified organizational designer with 15+ years of experience and a proven success record in implementing organizational initiatives and culture transformations.Episode SummaryIn this episode, Pam and I spoke about...Digital and Culture transformationCommunicating in a digital world and breaking barriersReadiness assessment around organizational leadership and cultureOrganizational traumaResourcesPams Book “No One’s Listening” - https://marmonconsulting.com/no_ones_listening/Connect With Pam MarmonWebsite - https://marmonconsulting.comLinkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/pam-marmon-a3a89a8/Youtube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLZ3xmn1G-hF5pDdqAaIy_AConnect With Daniel HoangMy website - http://www.danielhoang.comMy company - http://www.nineteen80.coFollow me on Twitter - https://twitter.com/danielhoangFollow me on Instagram - https://instagram.com/danielhoangJoin The Nineteen80 Membership - https://www.nineteen80.io/signupDate recorded July 30, 2020Music from https://artlist.io/.This podcast was edited by Naya Moss and Namos Studio.Support the show - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/danielhoangSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/danielhoang)
Episode TitleMaking a company that's Big Enough with Lee LeFever of Common CraftBio About The GuestLee LeFever is the co-founder of Common Craft and author of two books: The Art of Explanation and Big Enough. Since 2007, Common Craft has won numerous awards, worked with respected brands like LEGO, Google, Intel, and Ford, and created original explainer videos that have earned over 50 million online video views. Today, Common Craft produces educational guides, ready-made videos, and digital visuals that are used by educators in over 50 countries. Lee and his partner Sachi are Common Craft’s only employees and work from their home off the coast of Washington State.Episode SummaryIn this episode, Lee and I spoke about...What is the good life?Having a healthy perspective on life and richnessTime freedom and autonomyDesigning a businessResourcesBig Enough - https://leelefever.com/bigenough/Common Craft - https://www.commoncraft.comThe Art of Explanation - https://leelefever.com/the-art-of-explanation/Connect With Lee LeFeverInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/leelefever/Twitter - https://twitter.com/leelefeverWebsite - https://leelefever.comConnect With Daniel HoangFollow me on Instagram – https://instagram.com/danielhoangFollow me on Twitter – https://twitter.com/danielhoangMy website – http://www.danielhoang.comMy company – http://www.nineteen80.coJoin Our Membershiphttps://www.nineteen80.io/signupDate recordedJuly 30, 2020Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/danielhoang)
My second guest, Russ Shumaker, is a marketer at World Vision. We talked about how World Vision is helping to end poverty in the world, but also shifting to focus on COVID in the US.Russ and I talked about how Millenials aren't so young anymore and how we're in leadership roles across organizations.Thank you to Russ for joining the podcast and paving the way toward a better future.Guest: Russ Shumaker (https://www.linkedin.com/in/russshumaker)Learn and engage with Nineteen80Get insider information via our newsletter (http://www.nineteen80.net)Visit our company page to learn more about our company (http://www.nineteen80.co)Join our membership where you can get deep insider research on storytelling techniques and templates (http://www.nineteen80.io)Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/danielhoang)
I'm welcoming my first guest, fellow Pepperdine Alumna Marissa Spruiell. We connected via Linkedin and had great conversations before she joined me on the podcast.We talked about pop culture and keeping a pulse on what's happening gives you a sense of what's happening. We reminisced about the world before the Internet and being an older millennial. We also talked about social media and how we both were on Twitter since the early days and how we use it to connect with others.Special thanks for Marissa for helping launch this podcast as the first guest and helping shape where we go next.Guest: Marissa Spruiell (https://www.linkedin.com/in/marissaspruiell/)Learn and engage with Nineteen80Get insider information via our newsletter (http://www.nineteen80.net)Visit our company page to learn more about our company (http://www.nineteen80.co)Join our membership where you can get deep insider research on storytelling techniques and templates (http://www.nineteen80.io)Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/danielhoang)
I'm talking about what Nineteen80 is standing for and how we're about bridging two things, from analog to digital, old to new. It's not an end game for us but a transition.I remember a world before the Internet and before the smartphone but I came of age in the digital world.Learn and engage with Nineteen80Get insider information via our newsletter (http://www.nineteen80.net)Visit our company page to learn more about our company (http://www.nineteen80.co)Join our membership where you can get deep insider research on storytelling techniques and templates (http://www.nineteen80.io)Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/danielhoang)
Nineteen80 Origins

Nineteen80 Origins

2020-07-0112:45

Welcome to the origin story for Nineteen80, a company formed and founded by Daniel Hoang. In this podcast, we'll explore, do some sense-making, and try to understand the world.In this first episode, I talk about the name of my company and its origin story.Learn and engage with Nineteen80Get insider information via our newsletter (http://www.nineteen80.net)Visit our company page to learn more about our company (http://www.nineteen80.co)Join our membership where you can get deep insider research on storytelling techniques and templates (http://www.nineteen80.io)Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/danielhoang)
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