The Interesting People Podcast interviews people with fascinating tales to tell. Hosted by Philippa Willitts, an experienced British freelance writer and podcaster, the podcast looks at people’s lives and the tales they have picked up and lived.
With insightful questioning and subject matters that range from sensitive to bold, Philippa and her guests truly get to the heart of the matter.
S01E09 Jackie Jarvis: In Pursuit of Slow @JackieJarvis1
Jackie Jarvis is a business coach and author of two seemingly contradictory books - quick wins or life in the slow lane? Listen to her talk about her career in sales and marketing, her philosophy of life and the trip that changed her viewpoint.
S01E08 Tracey Osborne Virtual Assistant Coach @TOsborneCoach
Tracey Osborne has been an online virtual assistant for 10 years, so you can imagine the chances she has seen in online business in that time. She also coaches virtual assistants who want to see success and focuses on mindset issues, as well as running challenging obstacle courses in her spare time. These Spartan events help her to see that she can achieve anything she likes, which in turn inspires her in her work.
S01E07 Jill Holtz: MyKidsTime and Getting 600k Social Media Followers @MyKidsTime
Jill Holtz has grown the website MyKidsTime to have a massive 600,000+ social followers and fans. In this episode, she talks about how she achieved this, and the ups and downs of running an online business. She also now helps other businesses to market to parents.
S01E06 Sarah Williams: Tough Girl Challenges @_TOUGH_GIRL
Sarah Williams worked in the finance industry for 8 years before hitting a crisis point and realising she needed dramatic change. This led to her travelling through South America, climbing Kilimanjaro and setting up Tough Girl Challenges to inspire and motivate young women to have positive goals.
S01E05 Nicola Noble Homeschooling Prepper @_NicolaNoble_
Nicola Noble wasn't sure how her adult life was going to play out, but having children - two of whom are autistic - led her to homeschooling, which she supplements with writing books and running craft businesses online. She is also a prepper - get rid of your image of Texan men with massive guns, her prepping style is far more accessible and, actually, tasty.
S01E04 Dee Miller, Minor Oak Coworking Space @MinorOak
Dee Miller has worked in the States, Canada and Scotland before moving to Nottingham, England, and opening a bricks-and-mortar business: a co-working and events space.
Listen to her talk about the risks she took, the joys of co-working, and what she has in store for the project. Also, micro breweries and gin.