The Benefits Of Starting Your Own Adventure with Jamie Ramsay

In this episode, I speak with Jamie Ramsay who is an Endurance Adventure Athlete. Jamie has covered over 26,000km of human-powered traveling, through 27 countries over the last 5 years. He is also a TEDx speaker and Author. In 2016 he was awarded Scottish adventurer of the year.

Listen to Jamie’s inspiring journey from quitting his high profile job in London to pursuing his passion and becoming an Endurance Adventure Athlete.

Jamie also explains how prepared himself both mentally and physically when he ran for a year and a half from Vancouver to Buenos Aires. The distance was 17,000km total where he averaged 46km per day – which is more than a marathon.

His journey will leave you inspired to start your own adventure. Anything is possible.


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How To Manifest What You Want Effectively with Andrew Kap

In this episode I speak with Andrew Kap. Andrew is the Author of ‘The Last Law of Attraction Book You’ll Ever Need To Read’ which has received hundreds of 5-star rave reviews, #1 Best Seller status in multiple categories on Amazon, and has a growing YouTube channel devoted to it.

Many of us are wanting more abundance in life. In this episode you will find out how you can use the law of attraction to get what you have always wanted.

Listen as Andrew shares best practice when manifesting and how we can effectively apply this with minimal effort. 

Andrew also shares a great technique to gain instant gratification. I am sure you will love this episode. 

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How Can We Understand Ourselves? with Lisa Rodrigues CBE

In this episode, I speak with Lisa Rodrigues CBE. Lisa is a writer, coach and mental health campaigner. Lisa was the former Chief Executive Officer – Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. In 2012, Lisa was awarded a CBE for services to the NHS.

We discuss Lisa’s book – Being a chief executive what they never told me (or if they did, I wasn’t listening) and discuss her journey in becoming a Chief Executive in one of the most demanding and exposed jobs in Britain

Listen as Lisa explains how her understanding of stigma, including self-stigma, can raise awareness and reduce the negativity that are still associated with mental illness.

Now as a coach, Lisa provides tips and insights so that we can better understand ourselves as well as providing invaluable advice on how to improve our mental health.

How to Create A Positive Work Environment with Dr. Bruno Roque Cignacco

In this episode I speak with Dr. Bruno Roque Cignacco, TEDx speaker, best selling author and a specialist in human orientated training.

Listen as Bruno explains his mission which is to help companies become very profitable while being compassionate with all their stakeholders.

Bruno explains how his book “The Art of Compassionate Business” can help organisations create a positive cultural change within the work place. 

I hope you find this episode useful and valuable with the tips Bruno shares about how to become more compassionate. 

The Benefits Of Trying New Things with Liu Batchelor | Founder of TEDx Folkestone

In this episode I speak with Liu Batchelor who is a TEDx speaker and curator of TEDx Folkestone. 

Liu is also a TV Travel Presenter for Globetrotter TV and the host of The Big Ideas Show. Liu has held a campaign for sports relief – 100 Sports in 100 Days which inspires audiences to explore, learn, and try more.

We discuss her mission which is to help people find and express their ideas and passions which can make a difference in the world. 

We also look at the benefits of trying new things which can lead us to our true path and lifelong happiness.

Listen as Liu provides essential tips on how to stay motivated when trying new things.

How Creativity Can Change The World with Chrissy Levett

In this episode, I speak with Chrissy Levett who is a TEDx speaker and the Founder & CEO of Creative Conscience.

Creative conscience has been featured on the HuffPostTEDx, the Design Museum London & Mindvalley University.

Chrissy explains how creative thinking can help fix social issues as well as having a positive impact on the world. We also discuss how creative thinking can help with our mental health. 

Everyone who has an idea is a creative thinker and this episode teaches you how to unlock your creativity within.

Finding Your Voice Through Comedy with Lynne Parker Founder of Funny Women

In this episode I speak with Lynne Parker. Lynne is a Ted X speaker, Founder and Chief Executive of Funny Women which is a platform to help women to perform, write and do business with humour. 

Alumni from Funny Women Awards include great talents like Katherine Ryan, Andi Osho, Sara Pascoe, Zoe Lyons, Roisin Conaty, Holly Walsh, Sarah Millican and many more.

Lynne explains the inspiration behind starting Funny Women. How women should have more of a voice within the stand up circuit. How we can empower women in business by the use of humour. We also explore how comedy can help with our mental health.

Lynne explains how comedy can bring together a community and why we should adopt more comedy within our lives. 

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How Can We Make A Difference and Help Others? | Frank King | The Mental Health Comedian

In this episode I speak with Frank King who is a stand up comedian, 5 times TEDx speaker, suicide prevention and postvention public speaker, author and trainer. He shared the stage with comedians such as Jerry Seinfeld, Robin Williams, Jim Carrey, George Lopez, Adam Sandler, Joan Rivers. He was a writer for Jay Leno’s The Tonight Show for 20 years. 

Frank openly speaks about his lifetime battle with depression, suicide running through his family, and how his journey inspired him for his first TED Talk, “A Matter of Laugh or Death,”. Frank explains the methods he uses to help with his own battle.

We discuss ways to help others as well as ways to start the conversation giving people who battle Mental and Emotional Illness permission to give voice to their feelings and experiences surrounding depression and suicide. 

How To Unlock Your Full Potential with Tony J Selimi

In this episode I speak with Tony Jeton Selimi who is an international best selling author, award winning filmmaker, TEDx speaker. He is one of the world’s leading authorities on human behaviour, personal & professional development.

His book ‘A Path To Wisdom’ sold over 1 million copies and takes you into an inside-out self-reflective journey to create the shifts required to live a healthy, masterful and love-infused life. Tony provides insights to his book and shares ways of how we can unlock our full potential whilst also providing methods for you to take your life to the next stage.

Also, we look at how to overcome our own personal adversities. How to reach out so that you can get the support you need during these times by using tips from his best selling book #Loneliness.

Lets break the mental health stigma and redefine our values to help set us on the path of success.

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