On this episode I was rejoined by Professional Boxer, Jake "The Spartan" Barton Jake and I caught up prior to his upcoming bout this Sunday on Hangar 34 against another undefeated pro in Olly Newman. The link to the fight is available on his Social Media. Social Media: Instagram: JakeBarton94 - Fisticuffs_Podcast Facebook: Jake The Spartan Barton - Fisticuffs_Podcast Twitter: Fisticuffs_Pod Youtube: Fisticuffs Sponsors: Fight Fuel UK Fightfuel.uk Mauler MMA FCMMA2o at Mauler.com
The Failure Is Critical Success Episode - Jake Barton - Northwestern
How I Got Into College
We're told failure isn't just a bad thing, it's the worst thing. Jake Barton, the award-winning designer behind the 9/11 Memorial Museum and Storycorps, learned that failure is critical to success. Find out how failure set him up for future success. Plus, what is the one thing that's worth 50 IQ points? Guest: Jake Barton (@Jake_Barton of @localprojects) If you liked this episode, please leave a review on Apple Podcasts. It helps us spread the word and continue to get great guests. Music: Back to Earth by BackSpace, Please Listen Carefully by Jahzzar, Crown by Kuzzzo, Back You by Bimbotronic, Winter Smoke by The Owl, Maipen Lei by Beltone, Horizons by Nordgroove, Good Tone by Nordgroove. All music aside from Jahzzar available on Icons8.com
I was joined by Professional Boxer and former Muay Thai fighter Jake BartonUnfortunately on this episode we had some recording issues and we have not got the full conversation available.We have other episodes available on Spotify, iTunes and anywhere you normally get your podcasts.
Jake Barton is the Founder of Local Projects, an ‘experience design’ firm for public spaces. Named a top entrepreneur by Crain’s in 2013, Jake caught public attention with his work on the September 11th Memorial. In this in-depth interview, Jake explains how necessity drove him to become an entrepreneur; defends the opinions of the ‘uninitiated’ over the experts; argues that success can make you "brittle"; and talks through the evolution of his career, including the highs and lows.
Host Dave Robertson first talks with jonathan Woetzel, Director of the McKinsey Global Institute and co-author of "No Ordinary Disruption: The Four Global Forces Breaking All the Trends." They discuss the woldwide shifts we're seeing in the economy and how they will influence management. His second guest is Jake Barton, Founder of Local Projects. Jake has been involved in a variety of projects like the 9/11 Memorial Museum and the Cooper-Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum. he talks about how he has tried to reinvent the museum experience and how using design to tell a story can be applied to the corporate world.