Sometimes, it just happens. Guests might experience technical difficulties and we end up having to reschedule. This is what happened in the case of the conversation that was supposed to happen today. Not exactly a no-show, but you get it.
But luckily, hosts Matt Perez and Jose Leal have topics aplenty to choose from! Listen in to the discussion they had during today's live episode of rHatchery.live, and get radical!
Join Matt and Jose on the latest episode of rHatchery.live for an unexpected twist!
When technical difficulties prevented their guest from joining, they seized the opportunity for an impromptu, improvisational conversation centered around the Radical Purpose ethos. From thought-provoking discussions on purposeful living to exploring transformative ideas, this unscripted episode dissects the core principles that guide us toward a more meaningful mindset in work, business, and otherwise.
Tune in for an enlightening exploration of Radical Purpose on rHatchery.live, where unexpected moments lead to an insightful conversation.
Co-author of the book "Radical Companies - Without Bosses or Employees
Matt has been building hardware and software products for over 30 years. He has helped raise close to $50M in VC investments as a co-founder of three start-ups. Matt co-founded Nearsoft, Inc, a successful software development company that helps its clients grow their software development teams with engineers in Mexico. Nearsoft brings together dedicated teams of developers, manual testers, and UX/UI specialists to work directly with clients as members of their core product development team.
After working in traditional hierarchical, fear-based organizations for many years, Matt got a chance to experiment with workplace freedom and self-management at Nearsoft. The experiment is going well and Nearsoft is very successful thanks to its strong culture. Fixed, pre-imposed hierarchies are a thing of the past. The future belongs to people working together in dynamic, adaptive, self-managed organizations. My goal is to make that future happen sooner than later.
Co-author of the book "Radical Companies - Without Bosses or Employees"
Jose Leal is a co-founder of the Radical, a movement focused on the intersection of human interdependence and social structures. An innovator, he started an architectural drafting business at the age of 16. In the mid-nineties, Jose co-founded his third company, Autonet.ca, Canada’s first online automotive media company. After a conglomerate acquired Autonet, he inadvertently became Vice President of their online media division. Jose left the after realizing he had become everything he hated. Two failed startups later, he left the industry altogether.
For five years, Jose dedicated himself to understanding why he had become the person he was in corporate life. Thanks to the years of psychology and neuroscience research through the lens of living systems, he developed the Interdependence Framework. Through this work, he connected with the globally emerging Future of Work community and helped co-found the Radical movement.