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Kym McNicholas On Innovation

All of us have the power to create change. The advances in technology are now such that if you have an idea, it’s easier than ever to execute on it. “Kym McNicholas On Innovation” shares the journeys of successful entrepreneurs, innovators, and investors from around the world who will inspire you to create your own financial independence. The show also features some of the most advanced technologies you’ve never heard of that could be have an impact on your life, your business, and your career. Regular featured segments include “The Edge” which highlights businesses that are game-changing in the enterprise. Plus, each week in “HealthTech”, you’ll hear about a company that’s creating better, safer, faster, and cheaper technologies that will improve patient care and lower costs. And in our “Female Seeking Startup” series hear the success stories of some of the most powerful women who are creating game-changing technologies.
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Aug 19, 2016
It’s like the Da Vinci Code but better. It’s a new book called “The Cheat Code” written by your typical Silicon Valley overachiever. It’s a modern collection of cheat codes for our personal and business life. One of the youngest founders to receive venture capital in Silicon Valley, Brian Wong, shares his journey, the lessons he’s learned along the way, and ‘The Cheat Code” which he says will help you jump levels in life and your career and beat enemies just as you did in your favorite video games growing up. In this week’s “The Edge” series, it’s not about hacking life, but instead, who’s hacking your health. It’s cyber criminals. Healthcare hackers are costing hospitals millions per breach and your information is in jeopardy. TrapX CEO Gregory Enriquez explains how they’re trying to protect you with deception. Plus, a 16-year-old CEO talks about how he turned his 3rd place science fair project into a real product to help paralysis patients regain control of their muscles.
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