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Ep.43 How To Use Impostor Syndrome to Your Advantage [SOLO EP]
well well well if it isn't the first ever working hard pod solo episode! 🎙there are so many 'dilemmas' podcasts about relationships and general life out there, but I've always wanted to be able to listen to one for work and careers and all the boring shit like that. It's always nice to hear that other people feel the same and we can all learn so much from each others work and careers, so here we are!TL:DRNEW: solo episodes answering your dilemmasfirst up: imposter syndrome 🕵🏼♀️- introducing our first solo episode!- what is imposter syndrome?- am I ready for my dream job?- am I old enough to manage a team?- how do I cope with criticism?- does corporate = successful?- how do I know I am good enough in relationships?- imposter syndrome fun facts Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ep.42 Let's Talk About ADHD: The TikTok Stars That Changed The Conversation
Richard Pink & Roxanne Emery are the husband-and-wife team behind the social media account @ADHD_Love, sharing a fearless, often outrageously funny account of life with ADHD. With viral videos that have been viewed more than 200 million times, their mission is to remove the stigma around ADHD, share strategies to improve communication and find happiness so they can move from frustration to patience, understanding and love. Their book ‘DIRTY LAUNDRY’ published this year, is an unfiltered look into the chaos of life with ADHD, answering the most asked questions and has become an invaluable resource for neuro-divergents and the people who love them.- the back story into ADHD_Love- the hilarious story behind their first video- social media’s reaction to their videos- the facts behind an ADHD diagnosis- Roxanne’s ADHD diagnosis story- living with ADHD- changing the narrative around ADHD- top tips in dealing with stress- the funny story behind Roxanne’s business ideas- the issues on productivity with ADHD and coping mechanisms- budgeting and managing finances- dating with ADHD Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ep.41 Know Nothing About The Economy? This Episode's For You.
Rupal Patel is a senior economist at the Bank of England and co-author of the best-selling pop-economics book Can’t We Just Print More Money, the Bank of England’s first book in its over 325 year history. Today, Rupal advises governors at the Bank of England on their policy decisions and is passionate about improving economic literacy amongst young women.Rupal makes sure there is no stupid question left unanswered, from what actually is money, why aren’t Freddos 10p anymore to why shouldn't I hoard all my money under the mattress? Rupal is on a mission to make economics more accessible, giving us a fully comprehensive crash course.- how Rupal became Senior Economist at the Bank of England- how are the governors of the Bank of England appointed?- why should we know about economics?- what actually is money?- why shouldn’t I hoard my money under the mattress?- does my money actually exist in the bank?- what stops a bank losing all its money?- what you need to know about cryptocurrency- why should we care we could go into a recession? - how should I prepare for a recession?- what jobs are at risk in a recession?- why do we need to grow our economy?- why can’t we just print more money?- how do we have a cost of living crisis?- what is cryptocurrency?- why does my house fluctuate in price?- what resources can I use to be in the know about the economy?- how do you get a pay rise?- what is a mortgage?- what are interest rates and how do they affect us?- what is the stock market? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ep.40 When Do You Know It's Time To Walk Away? Taking Career Risks With Iconic TV Presenter Jake Humphrey
Jake Humphrey is one of the UK’s most iconic television broadcasters. Jake is best known for presenting Premier League Football on BT Sport or the F1 on BBC Sport. He has also previously hosted children’s television on CBBC. in 2020, Jake launched the successful High Performance Podcast with professor Damian Hughes, offering an insight into the lives of high-achieving individuals who share their success stories. Their spin-off book High Performance: Lessons from the Best on Becoming Your Best has also become a Number 1 Sunday Times Bestseller, revealing the methods of the most remarkable athletes, coaches and entrepreneurs. . A man of many talents, Jake is also co-founder of sport broadcast agency Whisper Films and investor in Coral Eyewear. Given his on-screen success and humbling presence, you would never know that Jake’s journey started with failed A-Levels, a sacking from McDonalds and family grief, set-backs our conversation reveals he now uses as fuel to excel in everything that he does.- Jake’s earlier failures that led to success- how his Grandma’s suicide changed his mindset - how failing school changed his career- learning perfection doesn’t come for free- social media and instant gratification- learning there is no right way of starting your career- the idea behind his production company Whisper- starting a production company at the rise of social media- turning his company from a dream into a money making business- why hiring changed his business- the risk that transformed his company- the biggest learnings in Jake’s career- why Jake made the decision to leave the BBC- learning the secrets behind success- the guest that changed the game for High Performance Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ep.39 "The Aim Is Not To Have Fun, The Aim Is To Be Rich" The Reality Of Serial Entrepreneurship With Debbie Wosskow
Debbie Wosskow is recognised as one of the most prominent serial entrepreneurs in the UK. She is the founder and former CEO of Love Home Swap, the world’s largest online home exchange platform which is where she made her name in the industry. Her current venture, AllBright, is Britain’s first-ever member’s club for women, and a place for women to connect, upskill and network both in person and online.As an angel investor, Debbie has an investment portfolio of several female-founded businesses (including TALA) and is outspoken about the gender imbalances in entrepreneurship. She has become a trailblazer for female empowerment and digital disruption, and in today’s episode, Debbie shares her insights on how she set up and scaled several successful startups, drawing on how brands can incorporate digital technologies into their running. We also talk about how companies can meaningfully enact feminism within their brand, bringing to light the power of community and female inclusion in the male-dominated tech industry. - introduction into Debbie’s background- normalising talking about money- how to talk to your children about money- Debbie’s early career- investment banking or management consultancy? - how Debbie started her first business- dealing with the fear of failure- you’ve sold a business, now what?- dealing with a divorce, being a young Mum and running a business- how Love Home Swap began- the biggest learnings from business- when to let go- the aim in selling Debbie’s business- the emotional side to selling your business Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this podcast series, entrepreneur Grace Beverley moves away from the traditional macho, business-podcast rhetoric, to get a better understanding of what ACTUALLY goes on behind the scenes of the brightest success stories. How did they get to where they are? What are the biggest mistakes they’ve made? What is the side to their work that no one else sees? Each week Grace and her guest open an honest dialogue about these topics, and share practical tips to help make our work and home lives more balanced, successful and fulfilling.