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51 minutes | Jan 3, 2019
Interview with Non-Verbal Communication Coach & Former Ballet Dancer, Rachel Cossar
Rachel Cossar is a non-verbal communication expert and founder of Choreography For Business, a consulting practice that focuses on embodying confidence and competence in the workplace. She helps her clients elevate awareness of the nonverbal cues they are giving off while training them to identify nonverbal cues being expressed around them all the time. In this episode, Rachel provides tips and advice on how to be more fluid in our movement, how to successfully change careers and why it's more important to look out for the 'switch' rather than to read body language. She also shares business and speaking tips. It was an honour to speak with Rachel and to hear her advice on non-verbal cues and how we can use it to excel ourselves in todays ever-changing world of business. Links: Rachels Website Rachels Instagram Rachels Twitter
57 minutes | Sep 18, 2018
Interview with Human Behaviour expert, Mark Bowden
Mark was voted #1 in the worlds top 30 body language professionals for two years running so I knew if I wanted more insight and knowledge from the world of body language and human behaviour, Mark would be able to help me. It was an absolute pleasure to talk to Mark for my podcast. Mark shares his tips, advice and knowledge on how to use body language to excel, behave and gain. As a speaker, business owner, and of course, a human, I rely on body language to make certain decisions and help me through various projects. After speaking with Mark, I've learned some new techniques and tips in order to utilise when making decisions with certain people. Mark explains how we can use body language to our advantage so we can be perceived how we want without being inauthentic, why body language can't be read and he explains how we can SCAN someone to interpret their body language. An extremely interesting listen. Find out more about Mark here http://truthplane.com/.
79 minutes | Sep 10, 2018
Interview with decision strategist, Annie Duke
I've always thought of decision making as part of life, something that is just done. After talking with Annie, a retired poker player, I realised and learned that theres more to the decision making process than meets the eye. Annie has carved a career out of teaching people around the world the science of decision making through her books and her speaking. If decision making is vital to your business and indeed your life, then listen to this podcast. Listen to Annie share her insights on how to make better decisions, how to figure out which decision has the highest odds of success and how to make smarter decisions in uncertain waters. Speaking to Annie has changed my perspective on making decisions and luck - and I know she'll do the same for you. Find out more about Annie here: www.annieduke.com and her charity which helps young people make better decisions throughout their life: https://www.howidecide.org/. I hope you find this interview useful as well as enjoyable.
45 minutes | Sep 9, 2018
Interview with Productivity and Wellness Coach, Jo Dodds
Productivity – something we all wish we could master! I for one wish I could handle business, motherhood, fitness and relaxing all in the space of 24 hours but seeing as life is life, sometimes I have to cancel me-time! After speaking to Jo, I learned ways to take care of myself more, how to be more productive and learned ways to handle the day better. Jo is a speaker and coach specialising in productivity and wellbeing. I never really thought that productivity and wellbeing go hand in hand but Jo explains how it does and why it's so important! If like me you have a full on day, juggling various projects, running a business, taking care of family amongst other things, then listen to Jo share ways in which we can master the day and handle our time better. The book Jo recommends is The Power of When by Michael Breus. The apps Jo uses are: Sanebox.com, Readdle.com, Sparkmailapp.com, Todoist.com, LastPass.com, Boomerangapp.com. www.engagementandwellbeing.com.
64 minutes | Sep 9, 2018
Interview with former FBI agent and non-verbal communication expert, Joe Navarro
For this episode, I had the honour of speaking to and interviewing former FBI agent, best selling author and non-verbal communication expert, Joe Navarro. Joe spent 25 years in the FBI and through his work he was able to study, refine and apply the science of non-verbal communications. I read his book What Every Body Is Saying and by page 15 I knew I just had to have Joe on my podcast! In this episode, we discuss body-language – the importance, the positives and the negatives. Joe shares his tips, his advice and what he has learned throughout his life and career. We also discuss public speaking (of course) and how body language can really help or spoil our performance and he shares the body language secrets that we should use in order to portray a positive message. This was such an exciting interview to record. I learned so much and I am so happy that Joe agreed to talk to me so I can bring his knowledge to you. Please listen to this interview attentively. https://www.jnforensics.com/
35 minutes | Sep 9, 2018
Interview with Best Selling Author & Consultant, Ron Carucci
There are times in life where we seek a change – this change might be needed in our personal life or in our business. Sometimes, we can successfully transform our life or our business on our own, sometimes we need support.In todays episode, I talk to Ron Carucci about finding your inner voice, making changes and how to stand out in a busy world. Ron is an expert on a number of topics, including the journey from start up to scale up of a young business, leading massive transformation in more mature organisations, advice on rising through an organisation from middle management to executive leadership, and more.It was a pleasure to speak to Ron and to learn from him and you can find out more here http://www.navalent.com/. I hope you enjoy the interview.
38 minutes | Sep 9, 2018
Interview with Career Management Coach, Susan Peppercorn
I have had many different jobs since leaving university, and I didn't enjoy either of them. I simply treated them as a way to have money, not make money. My heart was always in presenting and speaking and those were the only roles that have ever given me satisfaction, joy and fulfilment. I believe that we all need to live our dreams and have the career or business we love! Sometimes, however, we feel stuck and unsure of how to move into the role we want, how to climb up the career ladder or change careers and do what we really love to do! In this episode, Susan shares her advice on what to do if you're seeking a new career, want to climb up the career ladder or if you're feeling stuck and not sure what to do next. This episode is ideal for those looking to make a change in their career – no matter what that change is. Susan is an executive transition coach who has a passion for helping individuals thrive in their career. You can find out more here: http://positiveworkplacepartners.com/
18 minutes | Sep 9, 2018
Interview with Tessy Anthony, HRH Princess of Luxembourg
In today's episode, I talk to Tessy Anthony, HRH Princess of Luxembourg about branding, self-development, Tessy's projects and she shares some valuable success tips. It's always an honour to speak to Tessy as her insights, expertise and her passion for philanthropic projects are valuable and things we can learn from for every day life and business. I highly recommend you put Tessy on your list of people to follow and learn from as she is extremely passionate about helping others reach their potential through the various platforms she works with. You can find out more about Tessy here - www.prowibo.com. I hope you enjoy the interview.
51 minutes | Sep 9, 2018
Interview with author and publishing coach, Anne Rainbow
I've always wanted to write a book, and one, hopefully near, day I will. When I met Anne, I thought she'd make a great interviewee because so many people are in my shoes – they hope to write a book one day. This interview is all about that – how to start writing and Anne shares some great tips around publishing. Anne’s main objective around her platforms are to help budding writers to learn how to edit their own words which in turn can maximise their chances of having their work published. You can find out more about Anne here: https://www.scrivenervirgin.com/
7 minutes | Sep 9, 2018
A-Z of public speaking (A-C) - Hanieh Vidmar
In today's episode, I share the A-C of the A-Z of Public Speaking. As you know Public Speaking is one of my most favourite topics ever and something I enjoy everything about! It's no wonder I had fun coming up with a word starting with every letter of the alphabet to do with public speaking. (LOL! It was fun, honest). I hope you enjoy todays episode. Please get in touch with your contributions – I'd love to hear them. Until next time, Hanieh
57 minutes | Sep 9, 2018
Interview with politician, Nick De Bois
This interview was so much fun! Nick not only gives some incredible public speaking tips, but his energy and passion are super contagious. Nick goes far and beyond with his stories, experience and helpful advice for people hoping to take up Public Speaking as part of their career, business and even in their personal lives. To purchase Nicks book, click here https://www.amazon.co.uk/Confessions-Recovering-MP-Nick-Bois/dp/1785903357/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1536510835&sr=1-1&refinements=p_27%3ANick+de+Bois
15 minutes | Sep 9, 2018
8 reasons why Public Speaking is good for you!
I'm a firm believer that Public Speaking is good for us – good for our business, for our lives, self-development – even our health. In a time where video is a huge part of the internet and presentations a predominant part of business, its important to master this skill and allow it to assist us in accomplishing new goals and accepting new challenges. In this podcast, I share eight reasons why public speaking is good for us so if fear or any other reservation is holding you back – listen to these eight reasons. We all want to feel good in life and delivering presentations is one way to achieve the feel-good-factor. Subscribe to my newsletter or on iTunes so you are always notified of new episodes. Enjoy, Hanieh Vidmar
37 minutes | Aug 11, 2018
Interview with marketing strategy consultant Dorie Clark
In this episode, I speak to Dorie Clark. If you don't know who she is, I highly recommend you put her on your list of people to follow! She's an incredible achiever and a do-er and she's someone you want on your team if you're launching a business, creating a new brand, planning to reinvent yourself or developing yourself further. You can subscribe to Dorie's Stand Out Self Assessment workbook here https://dorieclark.com/ and find out more about her. Check out her incredible must read books too; Reinventing you, Stand Out and Entrepreneurial You. She really is an inspirational leader and it was an honour to see her live and interview her afterwards. I hope you enjoy the interview.
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