Joe and Bix Bickson | Episode 146

An Interview with Joe and Bix Bickson

Joe and Bix Bickson | Episode 146

In this episode of the DREAM. THINK. DO. podcast, Mitch Matthews talks with Bix and Joe Bickson, a father/son team helping organizations reimagine their leadership and their leadership approach, improve their thinking and start seeing more of the future they want to see. They’ve worked with brands like Starbucks, Guinness, lululemon, Goodyear and Microsoft. Their strategies have helped teams from 100-10,000 employees and revenues ranging from the millions to the billions.

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Have you ever thought about how much our world has changed in just the last five years?

Now imagine how much more will have changed five years from this moment…

The only thing we know for certain is that change is inevitable and we need to plan and prepare ourselves for how we will respond to those changes. But what if all that planning is obsolete and irrelevant when it’s time to implement our ideas? That’s the problem that Bix and Joe Bickson are helping organizations overcome…and they’re teaching those teams how to have fun while doing it.

They’ve been extremely successful because of an idea they call Future Hacking. It allows individuals to navigate the future and see more of what they want to see, while improving their thinking. There’s a bit of philosophy behind this revolutionary process and it forces us to reevaluate our established perspectives on the world around us.

Bix and Joe are even using this technique to ensure their own business remains relevant and addresses the needs of the moment.

In this episode, you will…


  • Learn how these strategies can help your team improve their results
  • Hear about common reasons leaders often fail at their jobs
  • Gain insight unresolved issues that are affecting your performance
  • Learn how to not just survive in the face of change, but thrive!


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