Feed Your Brain Podcast

We are living in a world of exponential growth, social instabilities and radical innovations. The generations coming up have the urgent responsibility to not just react, but act through digitalization in order to retain this planet earth. Technology changes and digital innovations will help to start the journey efficiently. In order to document which technologies will change the way how we enjoy living and which leadership tactics will be needed, Max and Mike interview different thought leaders on the topics.


Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 45m. Bisher sind 119 Folge(n) erschienen. Dies ist ein wöchentlich erscheinender Podcast.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 3 days 13 hours 45 minutes


130 - Nikolaus Volk, CEO of Kyte: Uber for Rental Cars, Mobility, Machine Learning at Kyte, Studying at Stanford

Nikolaus Volk is the Founder and CEO of Kyte, a San-Francisco based Startup that delivers rental cars to your home. They help everyone to access rental cars with the simplicity of Uber...


 2021-02-08  56m

129 - Hey friends, I'm back & What we can learn from AirBnB

I haven't been here for while, however, I thought of publishing this episode to keep you up to date on what's happening.

Startups, Sparks and Serendipity Podcast with Mike Mahlkow and myself

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 2021-01-23  43m

128 - ULTRALEARNING (focusing on entrepreneurs) with Scott Young

128 - ULTRALEARNING (focusing on entrepreneurs) with Scott Young

His new book Ultralearning


 2019-10-08  48m

127 - PR For Startups with Carl Kronika

Carl Kronika is the 19-year-old founder of Copus. Copus is a leading PR agency, specialized on startups, in the Nordics and in Europe. Copus has around 10 employees and helps startups from all over to build up their PR strategy...


 2019-09-24  43m

126 with Wall-Street Bestselling Author Nir Eyal

Nir Eyal is a known face in the tech- and entrepreneurship scene. He is a Wallstreet-Bestselling Author of the book 'Hooked - How To Build Habit Performing Products', a long-time entrepreneur and an angel investor in different tech startups like Anchor, Eventbrite or ProductHunt. In addition to that, he has been teaching at Stanford Graduate School of Business and has helped different tech companies take their way around building products...


 2019-09-17  45m

125 - Update From Our Startup Amplivoice And My First Learnings In An Early-Stage Startup

Hi guys. A short update today from my side. We cover those topics:

  • What We Do At Amplivoice
  • Why We Think a Voice Social Network Needs To Happen Now
  • What I have Learned From Being Early-Stage As A Startup

Download our app Amplivoice on the iOS App  Store here 

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 2019-09-10  11m

124 with Long-Time Marketing Icon Ted Rubin

Ted Rubin has been been in the marketing space for decades now. In 1997, he started out working for Seth Godin at Yoyodyne where his career in the online industry began. Besides learning  a lot from Seth, he went through the whole process of Yoyodyne being acquired in 1998 by Yahoo as well...


 2019-08-24  47m

123 - A World Of Digital Assistants - My Thoughts

New Podcast EP: My Thoughts on A Future World Of Digital Assistants

Digital Assistants such as Amazon Alexa or the Google Assistant have become a big role in the daily life’s of millions of people. Every 5th person in the US has access to a smart speaker nowadays...


 2019-08-15  20m

122 mit Jan Halberstadt von TIER Mobility: Wie baut man eine E-Scooter Firma operativ in den Städten auf?

E-Scooter sind nun allen bekannt. Doch welche Arbeit operativ in den einzelnen Städten steckt, das erklärt uns Köln/Bonn Leiter Jan Halberstadt...


 2019-08-08  43m

121 with Taylor Ryan As The CMO Of Valuer.ai - How Do Startups And Corporates Work Together?

Startups and Corporates often do not find a similiar path. Thus, Valuer.ai brings both of them together through an intelligent platform.


 2019-08-02  41m