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Author Heather Wilde

Speak Up Talk Radio Network

14 Jul 2021

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Birthing Unicorns – Growing Companies and Developers with Heather Wilde

Polyglot

Relicans host, Kirk Haines interviews theDifference Consulting’s Digital Solutions Lead Heather Wilde about writing her book, “Birth of a Unicorn: Six Basic Steps to Success”, the right combination of ingredients that goes into companies that manage to scale successfully, and playing around with GPT-3.Should you find a burning need to share your thoughts or rants about the show, please spray them at devrel@newrelic.com. While you're going to all the trouble of shipping us some bytes, please consider taking a moment to let us know what you'd like to hear on the show in the future. Despite the all-caps flaming you will receive in response, please know that we are sincerely interested in your feedback; we aim to appease. Follow us on the Twitters: @PolyglotShow.

42mins

2 Jun 2021

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EP. 103 - Heather Wilde

Teach the Geek Podcast

My guest today is Heather Wilde, who is a CTO and coach for technology leaders. She has worked in many industries, including travel, healthcare, and hospitality.  Heather is also an author, having written for Forbes and Inc. I was interested to learn more about her work, her speaking, and the work she does in promoting STEM education in schools.  Heather is @heathriel on all social media platforms.  TEACH THE GEEK teachthegeek.com anchor.fm/teachthegeek youtube.teachthegeek.com @teachthegeek (FB,, Twitter) @_teachthegeek_ (IG) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

35mins

25 Aug 2020

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156. Heather Wilde: Speaking in the Virtual World

Time to Shine Podcast : Public speaking | Communication skills | Storytelling

Heather Wilde is CTO of ROCeteer, and is also known as the Unicorn Whisperer because of her special focus on entrepreneurs. She is a personal and professional growth expert, executive coach, author, and speaker. As a founding employee of Evernote, she oversaw the company’s growth from thousands to 100 million customers. Among Wilde’s other awards, […]

36mins

31 Jul 2020

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The L.O.D Perspective Special; Heather Wilde

The L.O.D Perspective

It's Time For A Woman's Touch!The L.O.D Perspective proudly presents it's first ever special episode! This first special/ bonus episode is taking a look at the content creation world through the eyes of Thom Wilde (BG4G Co-Founder & content creator) wife, Heather Wilde.She has been through the whole journey of Thom, even before the BG4G & Respawn Gaming days. She has been through the ups and downs and have seen first hand the effects of the stress that can be put onto creators. Not only that she also has been a part of some videos too!In this episode Heather & Thom discuss Heather's gaming background, the world of content creation and so much more!We hope you've enjoyed this podcast special, if so please subscribe to the podcast as many more podcasts & specials are on the way! Also, why not check out our official website for gaming reviews, news and more! BG4G Official Website: https://www.bg4ghub.com/--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thelodperspective/message

1hr 16mins

12 Jul 2020

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Episode# 5 Heather Wilde from young entrepreneur to making a larger change in the world

Catalyst for Change Stories

Heather Wilde was the eighth employee of Evernote and is known as “The Unicorn Whisperer”. She's published games for Disney, the WWE and Paramount, trained Fortune 500 brands, advised hundreds of startups, and managed nonprofit programs for Alcon, Starbucks, Patagonia, and others.   Wilde has received commendations for her work from the US Government, as well as Awards for Mentor, Coach, Female Executive, Entrepreneur and CTO of the Year, and been named Top Writer on Quora. She writes for Forbes, Tech.co and writes the "Entrepreneurial Revolution" column for Inc Magazine. She also is a consultant to the World Health Organization initiative to help women and girls.  heathriel.com On all social media channels she can be found at:  heathriel on all the things  to reach the host: https://www.facebook.com/catalystforchangestories catalystforchange20@gmail.com YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdWXiilXqrHS4YhmkVc8hBg/

25mins

17 Jun 2020

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Heather Wilde

Beyond

Flying cars, antarctica and creating Evernote from a sailboat: Heather Wilde was the eighth employee of Evernote and is known as “The Unicorn Whisperer”. She’s published games for Disney, the WWE, and Paramount, trained Fortune 500 brands, advised hundreds of startups, and managed nonprofit programs for Alcon, Starbucks, Patagonia, and others. Wilde has received commendations for her work from the US Government, as well as Awards for Mentor, Coach, Female Executive, Entrepreneur and CTO of the Year, and been named Top Writer on Quora. She writes for Forbes, Tech.co, and the “Entrepreneurial Revolution” column for Inc Magazine. EPISODE LINKS:Agility Prime Conference: agilityprime.comAntarcticConf Conference: antarcticonf.comInc: https://www.inc.com/author/heather-wildeCourse/Book: heatherwilde.co/growthSite: heathriel.comInsta/FB/Twitter: @heathrielYoutube: https://heatherwilde.co/youtube INFO:Podcast website: https://volandino.comSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3O74ctu6Hv5zZdHYT9Ox3ZApple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/beyond/id1509949724RSS: https://volandino.com/feed/podcastFull episodes playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXRmG-SrXaHiysqmzKg78kW1g_VBxHyjj OUTLINE:01:47 – Flying cars: status today and when will they be widespread?04:32 – What do flying cars look like?05:44 – Case studies: flying taxis in dubai by 202207:27 – Automatic delivery of PPE 08:28 – Risk factors with flying cars09:45 – Air race challenges with flying cars10:28 – Moore’s law 11:12 – Change processes: Focus, Language and Physiology; Change as a tool to unstuck yourself from blockages.14:29 – Becoming conscious of change: reaching the right balance16:24 – Emotion journals18:18 – Benefits of Stressful times21:23 – Building Evernote from a Sailboat 22:34 – Evernote’s security breach: handling the stress, the importance of trust24:24 – Living on a sailboat/rv: the cons / being creative with your resources26:47 – Living on a sailboat/rv: the pros / appreciating the wonders of the planet 27:19 – Organizing a technology conference in Antarctica28:35 – The sea of Cortez and the blue whale30:28 – Successful entrepreneurs, born or made? Different entrepreneurial styles34:42 – Small spaces in our minds: expanding our internal spaces: reading and watching science fiction37:31 – The roots of entrepreneurship: The “no limits” spirit38:42 – Changing your path when necessary – learning has its own value40:38 – Discovering that you are an “entrepreneur” when you are already one41:55 – Not holding onto “ideas” or things at all costs: welcoming “failure”43:00 – Rediscovering our capacity and inner strength to start all over again45:23 – Remote work: present and future47:57 – Meetings in the age of remote work49:30 – Meetings: what makes a good one?50:54 – Coaching: what is a coach and how can a coach help people?54:35 – The meaning of life: “StarTrek” vs “Skynet”56:50 – What comes next?57:52 – Conclusion CONNECT:– Subscribe to the YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/ideami– Ideami’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/ideami– Volandino’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/volandinospace– Ideami’s LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ideami– Volandino’s LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/volandino– ideami’s Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/javierideami– Volandino’s Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/volandinogonzalez– Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/javierideami– Medium: https://medium.com/@ideami– Support on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ideami

58mins

16 May 2020

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AFWerx Challenge with Heather Wilde

.NET Rocks!

Ready for a challenge? Carl and Richard talk to Heather Wilde about her work with the Air Force on innovation projects called AFWerx. Heather talks about the different kinds of projects that the Air Force is interested in, and how anyone (who is an ally of the US) can submit projects. And if your project is successful, you can build some business around it, working with the Air Force! Check out the links in the show notes for more information.

49mins

7 May 2020

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AFWerx Challenge with Heather Wilde

.NET Rocks!

Ready for a challenge? Carl and Richard talk to Heather Wilde about her work with the Air Force on innovation projects called AFWerx. Heather talks about the different kinds of projects that the Air Force is interested in, and how anyone (who is an ally of the US) can submit projects. And if your project is successful, you can build some business around it, working with the Air Force! Check out the links in the show notes for more information.

49mins

7 May 2020

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Heather Wilde on Managing Remote Teams - Episode 81

Azure DevOps Podcast

Joining Jeffrey Palermo today is the CTO of ROCeteer, Heather Wilde — who is also known as the “Unicorn Whisperer” due to her special focus on entrepreneurs. She is also a personal and professional Growth Expert, Executive Coach, Non-profit Director, author, and speaker. Heather has an impressive laundry list of qualifications and experience in various fields! She is affiliated with three entrepreneurial accelerators, has worked with governments on economic development projects for over 20 years, is a Howard R. Hughes College of Engineering Advisory Board Chair, and has worked with the U.S. Navy, NASA, and both state and local governments around the world. She was also an early employee of Spirit Airlines, a founding member of Evernote, and was one of the only women to have programmed, produced, and published a game at THQ. She has received many awards for serving as a mentor, coach, executive, entrepreneur, writer, business role model, and many, many more. In this episode, Jeffrey and Heather are diving into the topic of managing remote teams! Throughout her career, Heather has had a ton of experience managing remote teams. She shares her personal experiences, some of the ins and outs she learned along the way, tips and tricks, her go-to resources and tools for remote working, and shares some lessons and stories from her career! Topics of Discussion: [:38] Be sure to visit AzureDevOps.Show for past episodes and show notes. [:45] About Jeffrey’s upcoming .NET DevOps Bootcamp in Austin, Texas on April 30th and his free 30-point DevOps inspection. [1:34] About today’s episode and guest. [3:05] Jeffrey welcomes Heather to the show! [3:47] Heather speaks about her fascinating background and early career. [6:45] Heather shares some more of her background and career milestones that really shaped her into the person that she is today. [8:55] When did Heather shift from being a programmer and writing code all day to managing and leading other programmers and teams? [11:29] Heather tells the interesting story of how she came to be a founding member of Evernote! [15:53] A word from Azure DevOps Podcast’s sponsor: Clear Measure. [16:20] Jeffrey gives some quick announcements. [18:10] When Heather first joined Evernote, how did she set up her workstation while living on a boat? [20:02] Did Heather have to build her team at Evernote or did she inherit a team? [21:11] Living in Mexico at the time, how was Heather hiring employees location-wise? And how was she getting them all set up? [22:46] Heather shares some of the tips and tricks she has learned about working remotely. [26:37] Did some of the remote employees require assistance when it came to setting up their at-home workstation? [27:52] Fast-forward to today’s infrastructure and tools, what are Heather’s go-to selections? [33:35] Heather recommends some resources to check out regarding remote working. [34:24] Jeffrey thanks Heather for joining the podcast! Mentioned in this Episode: Azure DevOps Clear Measure (Sponsor) .NET DevOps for Azure: A Developer's Guide to DevOps Architecture the Right Way, by Jeffrey Palermo — Available on Amazon! bit.ly/dotnetdevopsebook — Click here to download the .NET DevOps for Azure ebook! bit.ly/dotnetdevopsbookforcommunity — Visit to get your hands on two free books to give away at conferences or events! Jeffrey Palermo’s Youtube Jeffrey Palermo’s Twitter — Follow to stay informed about future events! Jeffrey@Clear-Measure.com — Email Jeffrey for a free 30-point DevOps inspection (regularly priced at $5000!) — Spaces are limited! ROCeteerEvernote THQ Zoom Slack Heather Wilde’s Articles in Inc. Magazine Want to Learn More? Visit AzureDevOps.Show for show notes and additional episodes.

35mins

23 Mar 2020

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