100 episodes

A podcast to peel away the layers, revealing the true nature, heart, and soul of the person, the entrepreneur, the business leader who is making a difference in our world today.

This podcast aims to inspire, make you think, learn from, and create positive change.

Your Onion Stefan Lindberg-Jones

    • Society & Culture
    • 3.5 • 2 Ratings

A podcast to peel away the layers, revealing the true nature, heart, and soul of the person, the entrepreneur, the business leader who is making a difference in our world today.

This podcast aims to inspire, make you think, learn from, and create positive change.

    Rock Bottom

    Rock Bottom

    If you have found yourself at rock bottom, tired, lacking energy, and failing to see anything positive happening in your life, don’t worry this is a turning point in your life.
    This is the start of a new chapter, a new direction, a new beginning within yourself and the people around you.
    Allow me to be your shining light and show you what untapped power you have inside of you and the recurring habits holding you back.
    Allow me to show you the various areas in your life that have not been fulfilled and that could make a difference for you and for others.
    Let me be your guide, hold your hand and take one step at a time towards the dreams and goals you had before.
    I look forward to meeting you.

    • 9 min
    Lonely At The Top

    Lonely At The Top

    From someone who has been there, I call and reach out to anyone that is going through the same experience, who is confused, dazed, and lost. 
    You might have lost your job, your company, you might have been demoted or had a cut in your salary. You might feel isolated working from home or just being at home with no work to go to.
    I am here to help, from someone who has experienced all the above, I know what it feels like, the emotions, the feelings, the thoughts that you go through.
    Let me be your guide and give you the tools to get you back on track, to be the best you can be.
    I look forward to meeting you.

    • 10 min
    Ep. 182 Your Onion - Lonely At The Top

    Ep. 182 Your Onion - Lonely At The Top

    So this is a shout out to all the business owners, entrepreneurs, and even managers and CEOs that have reached the top of their game and find that it's not what they dreamed of, or maybe you are at a point where being at the top is not fulfilling anymore, it becomes a routine that doesn’t get you excited and make you jump out of bed.
    Allow me to show you how to appreciate the position you are in and look at it in a different light, to use your time more efficiently that has a purpose, that will energize you and get you jumping out of bed each morning. To reconnect with family and friends you might have lost on the way to the top, to really be present this time around.
    If none of that resonates with you, then maybe it’s time to climb down, base jump, fly off the mountain, and look for new mountains to climb.
    Allow me to be your support, as it’s been some time since you tackled the climb and new skills will be needed for the journey down.
    I look forward to meeting you.

    • 7 min
    Ep. 181 Your Onion - On Top Of The World

    Ep. 181 Your Onion - On Top Of The World

    Are you at that point where your business/career/life is being taken to the next level where you feel the exhilaration and the buzz but you feel the uneasy ground below you or the bitterly cold wind around you?
    Allow me to be your support, your shield that takes you to that next level of success in your business/career/life.
    I look forward to meeting you.

    • 8 min
    The Entrepreneurs Climb

    The Entrepreneurs Climb

    When I finally got the chance to run my own business, that’s all I could think about.
    I was going to achieve this and prove to others that I could make this business work, but it would take my total concentration and dedication to make it work.
    I was my hardest critic, not allowing myself to rest or focus on anything else apart from making this company work.
    I would look after the team before looking after myself because I knew that I needed their support to make this company successful.
    I created a haven at the office where the outside world would not affect the creativity that happened within the company.
    My buzz was to hear laughter and conversations within the office, that people were enjoying what they loved to do.
    With that buzz came confidence within the team that we could tackle any project/client that came our way, and we did.
    I left my family behind at times physically there but mentally sitting in my office planning my next move.
    I would work all hours and then network, taking me further away from my family. Putting a lot of strain on my marriage and my relationship with my children became less and less, as they couldn’t connect with me.
    Over the years, even though the company was getting bigger and we were achieving more success, I became more distant from family and work colleagues. Affecting me at work overtime. The more people I took on, the less I had to do, even though the company had achieved so much over eight years.
    I had reached the top of the mountain, but it wasn’t the view I was expecting.
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    • 10 min
    Ready To Start Your Business?

    Ready To Start Your Business?

    When I made that move from my full-time, paycheque 9 to 5 job to an entrepreneur/business owner world I felt alone and lost.
    This was a world I wasn't used to, so I started to reach out to groups and organizations where experienced business owners, entrepreneurs, and business people would meet on a regular basis and talk about their industry, field of expertise, experience, and their highs and lows.
    I initially turned up in a mish-mash of clothes with conflicting colors and long hair, I felt uncomfortable, out of place, some people laughed at me, others turned away, as I just didn't look or speak the part. The words that they spoke seemed alien to me but I just listened, laugh when others laughed, drank when others drank, and slowly felt comfortable in the new environment I was in.
    I slowly found my voice by joining other business groups that wanted to hear your voice and gave me the opportunity each week to present myself and my company, the more I did it the more I became confident in myself. It made me look at how I looked and how I presented myself and the company. It was a work in progress.
    By networking, I gained business colleagues who then introduced me to a wider network that grew and grew.
    So how are you turning up to the base camp and the campfire, do you feel out of place, lost for words, uncomfortable in the way you look, the way you present yourself?
    Allow me to greet you at base camp, show you around, introduce you to the right people and get you ready to sit around the campfire and present yourself in confidence.
    I look forward to meeting you.
    Music By: https://www.epidemicsound.com/
    Picture By: Canva.com

    • 10 min

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