Insightful conversations with entrepreneurs, business leaders and other high-performing individuals, exploring the link between personal and business success.
What is success? How do you develop resilience? Who inspires you? How do you maintain your physical and mental wellbeing?
Our guests explore these questions and more...
Olly Leicester – Positive habits, doing hard things and change from the top down
Olly Leicester is a certified corporate health and performance coach who helps clients manage and resolve a number of disorders, ranging from stress, anxiety and depression, to diabetes, hypertension and obesity. The foundation of his work revolves around the establishment of healthy habits, as well as the development of self-awareness, confidence and compassion in order for the individual to better understand themselves and therefore establish paths to physical and mental wellness that are best suited to them.
George Scott-Welsh – Investment, work ethic and a people-centric approach
George Scott Welsh is CEO at Incuhive—a business incubation, investment and collaboration space that operates in several locations. This episode takes in a range of topics including the influence that coming from a very entrepreneurial family has had on George, his varied career choices and important lessons he’s learned from them, his attitude to money, and the one thing that drives his passion for the businesses he invests in.
Simon Hawtrey-Coombs – Enthusiasm, franchise success, and giving up alcohol
Simon Hawtrey-Coombs is a franchisee of the global DPD group for the Bournemouth and Southampton branches, a position he has held since 2001. As well as this, Simon has owned and managed several businesses over the years, including a commercial cleaning company and a boat charter business, and he now uses his vast experience to work with and advise business owners and CEOs from both global household names and start-ups.
Alexis Kingsbury – Delegation, company culture and empowerment
Alexis Kingsbury is co-founder at AirManual and SpiderGap. He is also a speaker on topics such as freeing up time and the business applications and limitations of AI. Alexis’s entrepreneurial journey started before he was even a teenager, and in later years it was the honest if brutal advice from a manager that inspired his path to understanding how businesses need to be run, and how best to use processes to solve people challenges and save time.
Marc Trent – At the helm of a hundred year-old family business
Marc Trent is CEO at Charles Trent, a fourth generation family-run vehicle recycling company with nearly a century of industry leading experience. Established in 1926 by Marc’s great grandfather, the company has grown to operate across multiple sites and has a customer base that spans the world. Amongst other topics, Marc talks about Trent’s newly-established, 100,000 square feet facility in Poole, which is the first of its kind in the whole world operating a 17-hour shift operation that processes all types of vehicles.
Michael French – Alignment, food shortages and community sufficiency
Michael French is the projects coordinator at Grounded Community. Based in Boscombe, Grounded Community works to give the local community access to healthy, nutritious food. It grows fruit and veg, provides education and workshops, redistributes surplus food and creates networks to help others share food.
Huge Amounts of Value
This podcast, simply put, is brilliant. Warren is an excellent interviewer and conversationalist, and his level of genuine intrigue results in him getting enormous amounts of value out of guests. Massive fan!
Very Thought Provoking
I really like the combination of emotional and business thinking that Warren brings to these podcasts. It seems he can always get his guest to answer both and therefore the insight is fantastic. Looking forward to many more.
I listened to the podcast you recorded with my sister Beverley Densham this week while out walking with my dogs and grandbaby.
I thought you asked some great questions that got her story out into the open.
Real wealth is often hard fought and precious and I believe reflected in this episode.
Ps: I think you would LOVE Bev’s Mindfulness Pilates if you attended a regular class Warren. I’m just off to class now - I have been taught by her since 1999!