Exploring personal journeys with remarkable people. All episodes recorded live out-and-about in the real and actual world, not in a studio environment.
#71 Steve Hodgkinson - Instinctive
STEVE HODGKINSON, about me:
The Past: Paperboy. Debt Collector. Crap Footballer. Decent Musician. Martial Artist. Salesman. Electrician. Became a Dad. Project Procurement Engineer. Became a Dad again. Married my soulmate. Placed in Martial Arts Hall of Fame. Project Manager. Wrote a monthly column for a best selling magazine. Consultant. Gym Owner. Life Coach. Escape Game Owner. Company Director. Awarded national acclaim by 'Dragons Den' star Theo Paphitis.
The Now: Business Coach passing on fast track secrets to start-ups and solopreneurs. Generating a passive income from my award winning business.
#70 Ricky Manetta - Synergy
...doing the work...
#69 Gary Anderson - UnGuarded
Gary Anderson. Nothing I can say here will do him justice, come and have a listen...
#68 Gabriela Barrios & Paul Shammasian - Resight Films
Producer Gabriela and Director Paul Shammasian talk all things Resight Films, the final pre-digital-release screening at BAFTA of The Pyramid Texts, The Forgiveness Project, methods, and working together. Great people x
No explicit content, though it'll be flagged on iTunes due to earlier episodes.
#67 Diego Masciaga & Chris Parker - It Isn't A Job, It Is A Life
Mr Diego Masciaga (General Manager & Director of the world famous Waterside Inn at Bray - three Michelin Stars for over thirty years and Cavaliere Ordine al Merito della Repubblica Italiana) accompanied by Mr Chris Parker (novelist, poet, management trainer and consultant specialising in communication and influence) explore the service ethic, what it takes to get to the top, and what it takes to stay there. Amazing.
No explicit content but it'll get flagged up anyway due to earlier episodes having strong subject matter.
#66 Michelle Charman - Stop Trying To Chase That And Read A Book
It'll be flagged up due to previous episodes, but there is no explicit content in this one... Publisher Michelle Charman of Forelock Books talks about making beautiful books and keeping going. Terrific.