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Scott Belsky

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Forecasting the Future of Tech with Scott Belsky

Where It Happens

How will work and life change in a material way over the next 5 years? That one line, written by guest Scott Belsky (@scottbelsky), was enough to get hosts Sahil Bloom (@sahilbloom) and Greg Isenberg (@gregisenberg) to immediately invite the successful entrepreneur and investor onto Where It Happens. But, what started as an exploration of exploding trends turned into a conversation that resulted in, at least, three potential game-changing business ideas. If you're looking to place bets on the future -- or create the next unicorn -- this podcast will leave you with endless opportunities.--------------------------------------Want more community? Learn more here: http://trwih.co--------------------------------------••• SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS •••CAPCHASEhttps://www.capchase.com/roomToday’s show is sponsored by Capchase.Capchase is a new financing option for fast-growing startups. They are offering Where It Happens listeners .25% off their first draw, preferred onboarding, and more. Their main product Capchase Grow lets you tap into your future revenue today, meaning you can reinvest in your business faster. We love what they are offering to business owners.To learn more go to capchase.com/roomCOMMONSTOCKhttps://commonstock.com/Why settle for the old model of investing when new options offer you so much transparency to help you grow your wealth? Commonstock is the home of smart money and an innovative social media approach to investing. We both love the platform and have used it to enhance our financial strategy.Commonstock is a social media platform like Reddit, but it removes anonymity and adds transparency. The app lets you see what smart money investors are buying and selling – in real-time – all while letting you see their reason why. This way, you know whether investors have skin in the game, or whether they only talk a big game. It’s a great way to get insights that support your investing strategy.To learn more and sign-up today go to commonstock.com.

1hr 17mins

11 Jan 2022

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598: Reinventing the Digital Landscape with Scott Belsky

As Told By Nomads

In today's episode of the As Told by Nomads Podcast, join me and Scott Belsky as we speak about what works and what doesn't work in reinventing today's digital landscape. As he recalls his experience on getting an MBA, Scott admits, the value of dropping out would've probably been greater than the value of actually getting it. For him, the elements of genuine impact in a society boil down to creativity and initiative—with or without an MBA. The Great ReassessmentDuring the start of the pandemic, lockdowns were gradually put into place from region to region. Because of this, most people turned to alternative mediums to keep their business going and start new businesses. One media that's an excellent example of that is Tiktok. Because contact was limited, many startup companies and SMEs leveraged the marketing capabilities and reach of the video-sharing app. But how did it all work in an app where everyone is basically just dancing?The formula came with this generation of workers turning their back on the traditional. Because workers saw firsthand how their so-called "secure jobs" didn't secure most of them, this generation of professionals has let go of the corporate dream. As a result, this movement redirected the "dream career" hustle away from tradition and towards whatever aligns with purpose and values. The change we're seeing in the corporate field today is a product of people resigning after a resounding reassessment of what really is vital in a career.Outline of the episode:[04:24]Creativity is what makes the world interesting[08:24]Self-awareness is one of the greatest…[12:57]Where is the creative industry going with this rapid change?[17:58]How can you tell if technological advancement is successful or not?[20:51] We're all born artists; the struggle is to remain an artist. [29:26]Scott Belsky – on crypto, NFTs, and the meme culture[37:31]The value of having an MBA[40:47] What impact makers can expect from an industry of traditional institutionsResources:Website: http://www.scottbelsky.com/Making Ideas Happen, Book: https://www.amazon.com/Making-Ideas-Happen-Overcoming-Obstacles/dp/1591844118/The Messy Middle, Book: https://www.amazon.com/Messy-Middle-Finding-Through-Hardest/dp/0735218072/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=Connect with Tayo Rockson and the As Told By Nomads Podcast on:Personal Website: https://tayorockson.comUYD Management: https://uydmanagement.com/UYD Collective: https://tayorockson.com/uyd-collectiveLinkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tayorockson Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcastTwitter: https://twitter.com/TayoRockson See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

48mins

15 Nov 2021

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Adobe's Scott Belsky on how NFTs will change creativity

Decoder with Nilay Patel

Adobe is one of those companies that I don’t think we pay enough attention to — it’s been around since 1982, and the entire creative economy runs through its software. You don’t just edit a photo, you Photoshop it. We spend a lot of time on Decoder talking about the creator economy, but creators themselves spend all their time working in Adobe’s tools. On this episode, I’m talking to Scott Belsky, chief product officer at Adobe, about the new features coming to their products, many of which focus on collaboration, and about creativity broadly — who gets to be a creative, where they might work, and how they get paid.TranscriptLinks:NFTs Explained Adobe brings a simplified Photoshop to the webAdobe is adding a collaborative mood board to Creative CloudSoon you can use Photoshop to prepare your art as an NFTThe Dog Ramps TweetThe Furry Lisa, CryptoArt, & The New Economy Of Digital CreativityA $120,000 Banana Is Peeled From an Art Exhibition and EatenAdobe and Twitter are designing a system for permanently attaching artists’ names to pictures"I still own you" clipCredits:Decoder is a production of The Verge, and part of the Vox Media Podcast Network. Today’s episode was produced by Creighton DeSimone, Alexander Charles Adams, and Andrew Marino and we are edited by Callie Wright. Our music is by Breakmaster Cylinder.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

1hr 5mins

26 Oct 2021

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Scott Belsky, Chief Product Officer at Adobe, Executive Vice President - Creative Cloud

Meet the Creatives

Scott Belsky, Chief Product Officer at Adobe, Executive Vice President - Creative Cloud www.MeettheCreatives.org https://linktr.ee/meetthecreativesny 

23mins

14 Oct 2021

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Scott Belsky (Founder of Behance and VP of Products at Adobe) on Why a Prototype is Worth 1,000 meetings

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

While attending Harvard, Scott Belsky started Behance which he later sold to Adobe for $150 million. Today he is a best-selling author, the Chief Product Officer at Adobe and an early stage investor in Uber, Warby Parker, Periscope and Pinterest.

28mins

2 Aug 2021

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Greatest Hits #7 - Revisiting The Idea Episode with Product Genius Scott Belsky

My First Million

On this episode, Sam (@theSamParr) gives an update on one of Shaan's favorite episodes, his interview with Scott Belsky. Sam revisits what Scott said a little over 18 months ago during episode #32, and shares his thoughts on Scott's ideas today. Grab another salad, this is a good one.#32: We've got a different flavor today for you. We sat down with Scott Belsky (@scottbelsky) join us today and instead of hearing his backstory, we bounced around a bunch of topics. Scott has done it all. He's been a founder (Behance), angel investor (Uber, Pinterest), VC (Benchmark), Tech Executive (CPO of Adobe currently), and Author (The Messy Middle). So sit back, grab a salad (cause we're healthy in 2020) and enjoy this conversation. ---------* Want to be featured in a future episode? Drop your question/comment/criticism/love here: https://www.mfmpod.com/p/hotline/* Support the pod by spreading the word, become a referrer here: https://refer.fm/million* Have you joined our private Facebook group yet? Go to https://www.facebook.com/groups/ourfirstmillion and join thousands of other entrepreneurs and founders scheming up ideas.---------Show notes:* (0:27) Sam intro commentary* (5:51) Sam commentary 2* (9:10) Sam commentary 3* (17:16) Sam commentary 4* (23:19) Sam commentary 5* (27:06) Sam commentary 6* (28:31) Sam commentary 7* (32:01) Sam commentary 8* (36:09) Sam commentary 9* (36:27) Sam commentary 10* (51:37) Sam commentary 11* (53:52) Sam commentary 12* (55:43) Sam final commentary

57mins

5 Jul 2021

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Episode 214: Growing Your Design Career with Scott Belsky

UI Breakfast: UI/UX Design and Product Strategy

How can we grow as designers within teams and companies? What can we do to stay happy and do our best work? Our guest today is Scott Belsky, founder of Behance and Chief Product Officer at Adobe. You’ll learn how to think about your design career, learn from great designers, work with teammates and leaders, and more.Download the MP3 audio file: right-click here and choose Save As.Podcast feed: subscribe to https://feeds.simplecast.com/4MvgQ73R in your favorite podcast app, and follow us on iTunes, Stitcher, or Google Podcasts.Show NotesBehance — Scott's previous productAdobe — Scott’s current place of workEpisode 86: The Future of UX with Khoi VinhThe Messy Middle, Making Things Happen — Scott's BooksAction Method — Scott’s physical product line (now run by Ghostly)99U — a conference and resource siteEpisode 195: Minimalist Design with Brian GardnerEpisode 79: Typography in UI Design with Rafal TomalEpisode 62: Teaching Design Theory with Jarrod DrysdaleGetting Started in UI/UX: How to Pursue Your CareerStefan Sagmeister's websiteFollow Scott on TwitterScott's WebsiteToday’s Sponsor This episode is brought to you by Hotjar. This tool lets you see how people truly experience your site or product and gives your users a voice. Let real users show and tell you which changes your team should make to improve user experience. Eliminate the guesswork: use Hotjar to understand how users experience your site. Try Hotjar Business free for 3 months at hotjar.com/uibreakfast.Interested in sponsoring an episode? Learn more here.Leave a ReviewReviews are hugely important because they help new people discover this podcast. If you enjoyed listening to this episode, please leave a review on iTunes. Here’s how.

39mins

28 May 2021

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Creating Through a Crisis with Scott Belsky and Debbie Millman

SXSW Sessions

Over the past year, the world has transformed and the role of creativity has transformed with it. People have embraced creativity, especially digital creativity, as a way to connect and collaborate in our strange and otherwise disconnected new world. And the increasing importance of creativity in commerce and the workplace has become clear: Creativity is the new productivity and we must start preparing now for the reality that our ability to thrive will be tied to our ability to create. Join Adobe executive, author and entrepreneur Scott Belsky for an inspiring discussion of the ways creativity will shape our new, post-pandemic world and the exciting ways we can all be a part of the creative revolution.

26mins

26 Apr 2021

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Scott Belsky’s Angel Investing Lessons and Requests For Startups

Village Global's Venture Stories

Scott Belsky (@scottbelsky), angel investor and Chief Product Officer at Adobe, joined Erik for an On Deck Angels event to discuss:- How he came to make his first investments in Uber and Pinterest.- How his thinking on investing has evolved and the principles he’s picked up over time.- Why being an operator-investor is the greatest opportunity in the space today, and why founders are drawn to operator angels.- Why he gravitates to the pre-momentum stage — Scott says he likes to focus on the potential of a team rather than the present.- His requests for startups, including for a social network based on receipts, a newsfeed that lets you follow a story, and a way to give developers more credit for their work across the web, and more.- He also talks about which areas he's bearish on, including productivity tools and video for work.Thanks for listening — if you like what you hear, please review us on your favorite podcast platform. Check us out on the web at www.villageglobal.vc or get in touch with us on Twitter @villageglobal.Want to get updates from us? Subscribe to get a peek inside the Village. We’ll send you reading recommendations, exclusive event invites, and commentary on the latest happenings in Silicon Valley. www.villageglobal.vc/signup

47mins

15 Apr 2021

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Business: The Messy Middle - Scott Belsky

Wiser Than Yesterday

The Messy middle by Scott Belsky Most startup stories describe the most romantic parts of a venture, from starting in a garage or college dorm to successfully doing a multi-billion dollar IPO. Scott Belsky, who is a bestselling author, entrepreneur, Chief Product Officer at Adobe, and product advisor to many of today's top start-ups, goes about it differently. He dedicates this book to the messy middle, the middle stretch, which is the least talked about, but probably the most important part of any venture. The book is broken into 3 sections Endure the roller coaster of successes and failures Optimize what’s working Finish strong Sam and Nico's ratings Sam - 6/10 Nico - 6/10

32mins

7 Apr 2021

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