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Buckle up and be prepared to have your mind blown by one of the world’s top sales gurus, Spencer Lodge!

Join Spencer as he connects with the most powerful personalities on the planet to discuss business lessons, sales techniques, professional performance and much more. From Tony Robbins and Gary Vee, to Grant Cardone and Nick Vujicic, Spencer has interviewed a long list of enviable experts who give YOU the tools to achieve explosive growth and multiply revenue.

As the founder of Make It Happen University, Spencer focuses on entrepreneurship, personal & professional development, commercial confidence, leadership, and motivation.

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    • Entrepreneurship
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Buckle up and be prepared to have your mind blown by one of the world’s top sales gurus, Spencer Lodge!

Join Spencer as he connects with the most powerful personalities on the planet to discuss business lessons, sales techniques, professional performance and much more. From Tony Robbins and Gary Vee, to Grant Cardone and Nick Vujicic, Spencer has interviewed a long list of enviable experts who give YOU the tools to achieve explosive growth and multiply revenue.

As the founder of Make It Happen University, Spencer focuses on entrepreneurship, personal & professional development, commercial confidence, leadership, and motivation.

    #109: Natasha Hamilton On Superstardom & Turning Her Back On Fame

    #109: Natasha Hamilton On Superstardom & Turning Her Back On Fame

    My guest this week is none other than Natasha Hamilton - former bandmate of the British girl group Atomic Kitten. At the tender age of 16 Natasha signed a £1.5M record deal with Virgin Records to form one of the UK’s most successful girl bands - quickly becoming a global sensation with their single “Whole Again”. With the girls’ overnight success came intense pressure, paranoia, loneliness and anxiety. After 5 years as the lead singer, Natasha left the band at the height of her career to seek treatment for postpartum depression. In this episode, Natasha and I discuss the struggles she faced with sudden superstardom, leaving the limelight to raise her family and the loneliness she experienced after fame. We also touch on her experience with Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and her journey to becoming a Holistic Therapist. 

    • 49 min
    #108: Marc Mero On Dedicating His Life To Anti-Bullying Campaigns & Children's Suicide Prevention

    #108: Marc Mero On Dedicating His Life To Anti-Bullying Campaigns & Children's Suicide Prevention

    I watched a viral video a few years back of this week’s guest delivering a heartfelt talk to a room full of students. It was a truly moving, emotional talk about the loss of his mother that had the entire audience in tears.
    That man is Marc Mero - a Former WWE Professional Wrestling Champion, motivational speaker and the founder of the non-profit organization, Champion of Choices. Today, he is America’s number 1 school presenter, regularly speaking about anti-bullying, substance abuse, and suicide prevention. The tragic loss of more than 30 of his close friends and family members – largely due to substance abuse and poor lifestyle choices – is what inspired Marc to teach children about the consequences of their choices.
    He shares his powerful story of tragedy and triumph, speaking candidly about where his good and bad choices took him, his faith, and what he'd say to his mother if she were still here. His passion for reaching youth with his Champion of Choices School Program saves lives, encourages youth to achieve their goals and helps them become the Champions they are destined to be.

    • 43 min
    #107: Kevin Hines On Surviving A Suicide Attempt By Jumping Off The Golden Gate Bridge

    #107: Kevin Hines On Surviving A Suicide Attempt By Jumping Off The Golden Gate Bridge

    Trigger warning: this episode includes conversations about suicide.

    To mark World Suicide Prevention Day (September 10th), I am honoured to share the story of Kevin Hines – one of the only people in the world to survive jumping from the Golden Gate Bridge. This is one of the few interviews that brought me to tears. Kevin’s story hits home because I – like so many others - have battled with my own mental health struggles and thoughts of self-harm.

    Nearly 2,000 people have committed suicide by jumping from the Golden Gate Bridge since it opened in 1937. It is a suicide attempt that is 99% fatal. The 4-second fall can be compared to the force of slamming into a concrete wall at 120km/hr. If jumpers don’t die from impact trauma, they succumb to hypothermia or drowning.

    Thankfully, Kevin’s experience has a different ending.

    At 19 years old, after years of battling several undiagnosed mental illnesses, Kevin made his way to the bridge, with thoughts of jumping but hopes of a stranger asking if he was okay. Because nobody spotted the signs of his distress, Kevin threw himself over the rail. In a remarkable turn of events, Kevin’s attempt to take his life was unsuccessful after a SEA LION circled him and kept him afloat until the Coast Guard arrived.

    While Kevin’s story has a happy ending, but this isn’t the case for the 800,000 people who die due to suicide each year.

    If you are thinking about suicide, please speak to a trusted friend or family member, a qualified professional, or call a suicide crisis helpline. Visit www.suicide.org to find a helpline in your country.

    • 50 min
    #106: Jim Kwik On How To Improve Your Memory & Learn Faster

    #106: Jim Kwik On How To Improve Your Memory & Learn Faster

    If you regularly forget names, misplace your keys, or fail to recall simple details then you NEED to listen to this week’s episode!
    Once labelled “The boy with the broken brain,” Jim Kwik is now the world’s leading expert in memory improvement and brain performance. Jim joins me to share the techniques he teaches his celebrity and CEO clients to help them learn ANYTHING faster. Tune in to this 1-hour ‘memory coaching masterclass’ for practical tips to improve your memory, enhance your focus, and to learn Jim’s famous M-O-M tactic to unleash your limitless brain!
    Whether you're learning a new language or want to remember events more clearly, these memory techniques are you for! As someone with a very bad memory, I can’t stress how life-changing these tips are, so go on - get stuck in!
    Grab Jim's 12-Week Memory Masterclass Course NOW through Najahi Events and save 95%! This is a once-off offer! You don't want to miss out! Get it here: https://kwikbrain.com/najahi

    • 45 min
    #105: Emma Gingerich On Leaving The Amish Community & Discovering A Dark Family Secret

    #105: Emma Gingerich On Leaving The Amish Community & Discovering A Dark Family Secret

    Imagine being 18 years old and discovering that the internet exists. Then imagine learning that the world isn’t flat, the United States of America has something called a President, and your grandfather is accused of incest.

    That’s the backstory to this week’s guest, Emma Gingerich. Emma was raised Amish, and her family is originally from the ‘Swartzentruber Amish’ which are widely considered the least modern and uneducated Amish people on the planet. In January 2006, with $50 in her back pocket, Emma took off her bonnet and walked out the door of her family’s small farmhouse to begin her new life.

    Having only attained an 8th-grade education, Emma completed her GED, went to college and eventually earned herself an MBA. Emma’s story is courageous and listening to this episode, will take you to another world.

    • 38 min
    #104: Rahaf Kobeissi On Healing After Suicide Loss & Becoming A Mental Health Coach

    #104: Rahaf Kobeissi On Healing After Suicide Loss & Becoming A Mental Health Coach

    Trigger warning: this episode includes conversations about suicide.

    This week’s episode is by far the most emotional podcast I have recorded. It was my pleasure to invite Rahaf Kobeissi into the studio to share her heartbreaking story. From living through the pain of her father’s suicide to having her brother accidentally kill someone in her home and attempting suicide three times herself - her story is truly devastating, yet courageous and brave. But like all grey clouds, it has a silver lining: Rahaf discovered her purpose as an advocate for men’s mental health and became an acclaimed Men’s Mental Health Coach & Personal Development Trainer.

    I want to remind my listeners about the importance of speaking openly about mental health. If you are struggling in any way, please reach out to a trusted friend, family member or qualified professional. I am also available to speak to anyone who is battling with mental health issues. Remember, you are not alone.

    Grab your tissues and hit play.

    • 49 min

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Love listening to Spencer interviewing such interesting guests. He has a way of getting them to open up and shares his own story making them feel at ease. He oozes empathy and the energy from each show never disappoints

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