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Welcome to Maximum Impact with my guest David Usher – Musician, Entrepreneur, Author, Keynote Speaker and Activist. We discuss creativity and an exciting new project called the Human Impact Lab and in particular the COUNTDOWN TO 2 DEGREES CLOCK.
This interview was recorded at the amazing C2 Montreal 2016 conference. I’ve known David for a long time. Most people know David a the founder and lead singer of the band Moist as well as a solo artist.
Our family listens to his music all the time and we’ve caught many of his shows but there are several other sides of David that people may not be as familiar with. He is the author of Let the Elephants Run, an amazing book on creativity that has received praise from Justin Trudeau, the Prime Minister of Canada. He is also a very engaging Keynote speaker. Hopefully we can drill in to that in a future podcast.
Lastly, he’s a very creative entrepreneur as well as big supporter of important causes. It is at this intersection that David and I have hung out most occasionally bouncing ideas over coffee in Montreal.
What I find really amazing is that David gets directly involved and takes action. We touch on this during this podcast and discuss creativity and his Human Impact Lab that helps humanity visualize the impact it is having on this earth.
More specifically, we touch on a major project David has launched called the COUNTDOWN TO 2 DEGREES CLOCK. It actively assembles the latest information and project how many years it will take a rise in earths temperature by two degrees, a critical temperature that many believe could take us to a point of no return. At the moment it is at 28 years (we’re already at 1 degree)!
Check out a few tunes because …. why not, they are awesome!