18 to 100; Kate Tojeiro, Executive coach and author of ‘The Art of Possible -new habits, neuroscience and the power of deliberate action’ co-hosts with her daughter Tabi Tojeiro, eighteen, singer and going to study Acting later this year. They talk with life, passion and a bit of science in challenging tImes with some inspirational, motivational and wonderful guests with stories to tell that can help us all.
The power of hope, mental illness and suicide awareness with campaigner Jonny Benjamin MBE
Tab and Kate chat with Jonny Benjamin MBE, award winning mental health campaigner, film producer , public speaker, writer and vlogger. In 2014 he launched a social media campaign called ‘find Mike’ to search for a stranger that talked him out of taking his own life from a bridge in 2008. The purpose of the campaign was to raise awareness of suicide and mental illness. Jonny produced ‘The Stranger on the bridge’ the acclaimed C4 documentary, an uplifting account of what happened. In 2017 he was awarded an MBE for his services to mental health and suicide prevention. We have an honest and candid conversation about just being with someone who is struggling, listening and the power of hope and that there is away through. The simple things that anyone can do that make a huge difference. Kindness always finds a way. Jonny is currently raising £500k through crowdfunder with the charity, Beyond, which he founded, to help schools with the urgent mental health support that they need.
Strength from talking, sharing and being happy. Tabi and Kate chat with guest Anna Lou of London.
Anna Scaife, founder and creative director of jeweller, Anna Lou of London and animation, Anna Lou and friends talks with Tabi and Kate about taking strength from dialogue and creativity . We discuss her inspiring journey from a stall in Notting Hill to selling her pieces in prestigious department stores across the world. Passionate about empowerment and growth, she talks with energy and joy about how jewellery can make us feel and how helping us feel happy and confident makes such a difference. She discusses the inspiration that she takes from Japanese culture and how Anna Lou and friends is helping small children worry less, be happier, love themselves and dare to be extraordinary, with a little help from a rainbow llama. A message for everyone🤍
Doing something you love. Tab and Kate talk with Charles Rainford, racing driver.
Charles Rainford is a racing driver and instructor, and one to watch. He raced karts from age 8 and is more recently known for successfully racing in historic motorsport. This year he has just embarked upon the Porsche Carrera Cup GB Season in a 911 GT3 car. Charles talks candidly with Kate and Tab about following your passion, focus and the absolute power of teamwork. We discuss unconventional education, life experience, thinking in the moment, a competitive edge and even ballroom dancing!
Making a difference. Tab and Kate talk with inspirational Sarah Hancock founder of Skin +Tonic.
Another in our series of podcasts during Endometriosis Awareness Month. Tab and Kate talk with fabulous Sarah Hancock about how her advanced endometriosis and a hard and traumatic time in her life became the catalyst to founding a global skincare brand Skin + Tonic. We discuss the importance of knowing about what we are putting on our skin and the impact it has to the power of passion and resilience. It’s a goodie.
Acceptance, adapting and living a full life with Emma Kemsley, Tabi and Kate.
In this month of Endometriosis Awareness Tab and I talk with wonderful Emma Kemsley. She has stage 4 endometriosis, has endured almost unimaginable pain and heartache but her joie de vivre is palpable. She is editor of Eastlife magazine and columnist at BestFertilityNow. We talk about Emma’s difficult and heart wrenching journey and how her letter to her 19 yr old self has inspired and motivated many. We talk the highs and lows but most importantly that with acceptance and adaptability anything is possible!
Not taking ‘no’ as an answer. Endometriosis month and listening to your body with Tab and Kate.
March is Endometriosis Awareness Month. Tab and Kate talk about Endometriosis, what it is , symptoms , this months guests and not taking ‘no’ for an answer ( in any area of life!) . It affects 1 in 10 women in the UK is utterly debilitating and on average takes 8 years to diagnose. But there is lots of help and support. 💜