Rebel In Progress is the podcast where we talk all things rebellion with entrepreneurs, experts and creatives by dissecting creativity, innovation, authenticity and challenging the status quo.
Ep23, Peter Hopwood, International Speaker & TEDx Coach - Public speaking with confidence & storytelling through emotion
In this episode of Rebel In Progress, I'm joined by Peter Hopwood. Peter is an international speaker and TEDx coach who helps keynote speakers, TEDx speakers, professionals and entrepreneurs to tell more impactful stories. We speak about: - Where to start when building your confidence in public speaking - Accepting judgement and refocusing on delivering value - Self-awareness and learning from practice - Leadership communication and connection - Storytelling and seeing it as moments of emotion To connect with Peter, you can find him on LinkedIn: You can find more episodes of Rebel In Progress on our website at
Ep22, Egbe Manton, Manton Legal - Startup legals & healthy client relationships
Note: This episode is for information purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. Egbe Manton is a commercial lawyer and commercial director of Manton Legal Consultancy. In this episode, Egbe and I chat about the legal basics with regards to contracts. She shares her experience, thoughts and practical tips on: - Avoiding future conflict with co-founders and clients - Options available to those facing challenges around late or non-payments - How to contracts can help ensure a healthy client relationship - How she aims to do things differently in the legal profession - Rebellion in her corporate career and in her consultancy business Manton Legal Consultancy specialises in simple, affordable legal guidance for entrepreneurs and founders. You can find out more about Manton Legal at .
Ep21, Caroline Hughes, Lifetise - Money Talks & Being An Agitator
From here on out, my conversations with guests will be on all things rebellion in work and business. I'll continue to bring gripping and practical interviews with entrepreneurs, experts and creatives where we dissect the topics of creativity, innovation, authenticity and challenging the status quo. The first-ever Rebel In Progress guest is Caroline Hughes is the co-founder and CEO of Lifetise. It's fantastic to partner with Caroline of Lifetise to kick off the rebel chats as I fully believe she is advancing with the next generation of leaders that aim to be open around the realities of business. She shares the personal development involved in being an agitator and stepping into a leadership position. And her relationship with money; moulded by difficult circumstances which has fuelled her mission to help others with money planning. In this episode we discuss: - Money - Being an agitator at work - Leading with authenticity and vulnerability - Redefining professionalism - Finding the best talent through an inclusive remote-working model - Challenging the status quo in the financial services industry - How being an outsider is an asset To find out more on the financial planning tool, you can go to Lifetise's website .
Ep20, Tommy Ludgate, Brightly Imagine - Overcoming Fear & Rituals to Aid Performance
My guest this week on Creative Connections is the coach for creatives, Tommy Ludgate of Brightly Image. She uses a blend of coaching, mentoring and teaching to help her clients overcome the challenges holding them back in their careers and lives. Tommy is a certified coach, singer-songwriter and an experienced performer having performed with the likes of Paloma Faith, Noel Gallagher and Paul Weller. She also released an iTunes Top 10 Blues Album after winning a competition to record her songs. In this episode, she talks about and shares her experiences on: Techniques for handling fear and quietening your inner-critic Learning from the experience after being struck down by fear mid-performance Saying yes to opportunities as a career strategy The value of downtime and feeling worthy of it How rituals can aid your performance Tools to slow down to spark your creativity Tommy mentions her Creative Wander walk that is designed to take you on a slow-paced walk to heighten your awareness that is perfect if you are looking to reconnect with your surroundings and refill your creative cup. You can download her resources for free, . Connect with Tommy via her or on . For anyone struggling to overcome fear and want to explore what's holding you back, she is running a free live webinar on how to bust your limiting beliefs and find your creative magic, you can book your ticket, . STARTUPS MAGAZINE PODCAST: from Startups Magazine -
Ep19, Ben Foulkes, Hoxby - Futureproofing & redefining the way we work
Episode 19 wth Ben Foulkes, MD of Futureproofing at Hoxby My guest this week on the Creative Connections podcast is Ben Foulkes, the MD of Futureproofing at Hoxby. Hoxby Futureproofing provides coaching and consulting services to help clients build their own future of work. Hoxby is a purpose-led organisation made up of a community of freelancers that exists to create a world of work without bias and has been described as redefining the way the world works. Ben is a business psychologist, has worked on innovations teams for Accenture and built a freelance business delivering lectures and business workshops for the School of Life around leadership development. In this episode, we chat on the topics of futureproofing, creativity and leadership, and more specifically: Challenging work assumptions Exploring opportunities to build the future of work Leading a team through the shift to remote working Our changing relationship with work and the freelance economy Agility and building a multi-disciplined team A big thank you to Ben for offering his time to speak with me on the podcast. It was a fantastic opportunity to hear how Hoxby is leading the way in the futureproofing sphere to refresh the way we work. You can listen to the episode on and . If you want to find out more about Hoxby's futureproofing team and services, you can connect with them via their website, .
Ep18, Nancy Evbuomwan, Unikable - Importance of biz strategy & being unemployable
Episode 18 of Creative Connections is with Nancy Evbuomwan, business strategist and the Founder of Unikable My guest this week on the Creative Connections podcast is . Nancy is the high energy (and hilarious) founder of Unikable. Unikable specialises in business strategy, agility and empowering uniqueness. Nancy is a speaker, strategist, agility coach and host of the podcast Better, Faster, Happier. She has experience working in tech, product, talent as well as startup business - she began her first entrepreneurial venture, Whisper London, back in 2012. In this episode Nancy shares: Her experience of being an entrepreneur, the challenges and mistakes along the way The importance of strategy, agility and clear decision-making Her mission to help empower companies' uniqueness What it means for her to be 'unemployable' Process and automation tips with business growth in mind A huge thank you to Nancy for featuring as this week's guest. It was an absolute pleasure chatting with her and I hope you enjoy listening to our chat. If you did, please make sure to rate, review and subscribe as it helps others discover the podcast. If you'd like to work with Nancy and Unikable, they are now accepting people onto the accelerator programme waiting list. The programme will help you to spot better opportunities, identify key problems, test ideas, offer solutions and build a strategy with the aim to grow an agile business. You can sign up .
Perfect daily inspiration for my commute
Listening from Los Angeles and Rachel’s podcast is the perfect dose of inspiring anecdotes to keep me company on the way to work. I just finished the episode with Liana and what a lively guest! I can’t wait to hear from more women making inroads in creative fields!