We get life advice from women worth listening to. Sharing the pivotal moments that made them who they are today, our special guests tell us the best advice they’ve ever been given… and the worst.
Dancer, model and former Love Islander Tasha Ghouri describes her hearing impairment as 'her superpower'. She was the first deaf person to ever enter the Love Island villa.
Jenny Garrett OBE
Award-winning leadership, career coach and mentor Jenny Garrett OBE has a big focus on empowering women in the workplace. She is also co-founder of social enterprise Rocking Ur Teens. This episode is supported by the Kurt Geiger Kindness Foundation.
Model and Northern Ireland football presenter Bernadette Hagans had her right leg amputated after a cancer diagnosis, aged just 22. Bernadette is also a trustee of 'The Kindness Foundation’, a charity founded by Kurt Geiger to give young people from all backgrounds access to opportunities in the creative industries.
Model, actor and activist Adwoa Aboah is one of the most photographed women in the world, and most recently starred in season four of Top Boy. After facing her own struggles with mental ill health and drugs misuse, she founded Gurls Talk, an organisation and online community dedicated to promoting the mental health and wellbeing of young women. As the face of Kurt Geiger SS23, Adwoa is also an advocate of 'The Kindness Foundation’, a charity founded by Kurt Geiger to give young people from all backgrounds access to opportunities in the creative industries.
Journalist and talk show host Vanessa Feltz has been a TV and radio personality since the 1990s. She is drivetime presenter on Talk TV and Talk Radio. One of her six pieces of advice comes from her late great showbiz friend Dale Winton. Others include learning show tunes, and knowing when to fake an orgasm.
Designer and Great British Sewing Bee presenter Esme Young has spent a lifetime around fashion. This episode is packed with life advice and brilliant stories - including the time Esme was just too busy to hang out with Cher.
More pods like this please
I love the variety of guests and different perspectives of advice offered in this podcast!
Great podcast; terrible sponsor
Such great content. I’m flabbergasted that the pod is sponsored by a toxic diet culture brand. A huge shame as it undermines the messages of many guests