The Mojo Sessions features interesting conversations with the world's most interesting people. Hosted by Gary Bertwistle, who has collected a catalogue of over three hundred interviews with some of the world's most interesting minds, The Mojo Sessions podcast series takes a minimalist approach that focuses on the guest and brings you valuable and memorable conversations.
Luis Navia: Pure Narco - The Inside Story Smuggling Cocaine for Pablo Escobar
Luis Navia, also known as 'El Senador', smuggled more than $10 billion worth of cocaine for the biggest Colombian & Mexican cartels including Pablo Escobar’s Medellín Cartel. Pure Narco is his story. In this fascinating conversation we discuss his lifestyle as a smuggler, the logistics of these huge operations, working for Pablo, his drive to make his father proud, his sacrifice for the thrill of more, how he did it and still managed to live and then his ultimate international capture.
Jesse Fink - Pure Narco, Working for Cartels like Pablo Escobar’s Medellín Cartel
Jesse Fink in his book Pure Narco, shares the true story of Luis Navia known as 'El Senador' (The Senator) who smuggled over 300 tons of cocaine for the biggest Colombia & Mexico cartels including Pablo Escobar’s Medellín Cartel. Jesse spent years with Luis to understand the logistics of these huge operations, the dichotomy of a guy driven to make his father proud, what he was willing to sacrifice for the next big shipment, then the moment relentless USA law-enforcement officials finally took
EP 106: Patrick McGinnis - Mojo, FOMO, FOBO and Decision Making
Patrick J. McGinnis coined the term “FOMO", short for the "Fear Of Missing Out.” as well as "FOBO" or "Fear Of a Better Option." He is the author of Fear of Missing Out: Practical Decision-Making in a World of Overwhelming Choice & host of HBR Presents: FOMO Sapiens podcast. At a time when every decision counts, we must be decisive. Deciding what’s best, whether you’re dealing with life’s major decisions or its minor details can be daunting. Patrick's fresh approach shows us how to overcome any
Navy Seal Master Chief Jason Gardner - The Dichotomy Of A True Warrior
Navy Seal Command Master Chief Jason Gardner spent 30 years in Seal Teams 3, 5 & 7. He deployed nine times and received a Silver Star, two Bronze Stars, a Purple Heart and five Combat Action Ribbons. Jason has seen leadership in the most extreme of situations, when it is all on the line. Today he is a leadership instructor and strategic advisor at Echelon Front with Jocko and Leif. Jason brings unmatched experience of combat leadership, and knows how to create relationships at every level.
Dr Paul White - Motivate Your Team, Improve Job Satisfaction, Performance & Trust
Dr. Paul White PhD is a psychologist & author of the best-selling book ‘The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace’. His mission is to improve our workplace & personal relationships through appreciation. The book has sold 500,000 copies & is co-written with Gary Chapman, author of 'The 5 Love Languages'. With Gallup research showing 8.5 out of every 10 workers consider themselves disengaged in their work this is such a critical conversation for every leader who wants the best from and for their
Beth Kempton - Life Lessons Inspired by Ancient Japanese Wisdom
Beth Kempton is an author, Japanologist and curious explorer. Beth spent many years living and working in Japan which led to a deep love and a rare understanding of Japan's culture. Beth's beautiful and profound book Wabi Sabi: Japanese Wisdom for a Perfectly Imperfect Life holds a wealth of valuable life lessons extracted from centuries-old Japanese culture and aesthetics and was inspired by a 20-year love affair with Japan. Wabi Sabi was highly recommended by TIME Magazine.
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Thoroughly enjoying the dedication, craftsmanship and thought that has gone in to each episode. Great personal conversations with fascinating people.
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Gary’s ability to extract what’s real and raw is 2nd to none. I highly recommend jumping on board to anyone that wants to better themselves. Keep up the great work Master Mojo and Thankyou
Gary’s interviews feature impeccable research, well articulated and thoughtful questions and are great listening. If you have an interest in leadership, personal development or just like hearing a great conversation, then this podcast is for you.