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29 minutes | Oct 30, 2018
Make Your Creative Dreams Come True with Andrea Schroeder
Creativity sometimes takes courage. It asks us to go beyond what it is and pursue something bigger. Andrea Schroeder, creator of the Creative Dream Incubator, talks about the creative process and exploring the change that opens up with it. Andrea says we can free ourselves and allow our creativity to truly come out when we accept that change is part of it. She shows how to create a business structure for our creative ideas and gives some common threads that are holding people back from pursuing those creative dreams and embracing their inner magic. Andrea highlights the importance of being real about what you want and what you’re afraid of, and then moving through it.
41 minutes | Oct 9, 2018
The Power Of Social Business with Andrew Hunt
A lack of purpose and alignment between the work you’re doing and what your inner self is wanting can lead to anxiety, existential crisis, or even a full-on nervous breakdown. Andrew Hunt was promoting products that he didn’t care about or, in some cases, actively disagreed with. At the age of 24, he was clinically depressed, until he volunteered his marketing skills to projects in Gambia in West Africa. He is now the co-founder and managing director of Aduna, an African inspired health food brand and social business which creates demand for underutilized natural products from small-scale producers in Africa. Andrew believes passionately in the power of business to deliver sustainable development in rural Africa.
27 minutes | Oct 2, 2018
Win Freedom from Self-Sabotage with Hazel Gale
We as human beings all experience failure, and we all need to process those deeply uncomfortable feelings. In order to maintain physical and mental well-being, Hazel Gale goes to yoga class, coaching, does boxing, and takes time out regularly. Hazel is a master practitioner of cognitive hypnotherapy and neurolinguistic programming, as well as the author of Fight: Win Freedom from Self-Sabotage and a former full contact kickboxing and boxing athlete. In over a decade of competition, Hazel achieved multiple World, European and National titles in the sports of full-contact kickboxing and boxing. Her fight career, however, was not all glory and gold medals. Hazel talks about how the stress of competition, gaining weight, and relentless self-doubt drove her into an emotional and physical burnout, from which she only recovered after taking a psychological look at where she was going wrong.
31 minutes | Sep 25, 2018
The Right-Brain Business Plan with Jennifer Lee
You can create the business and life that you want and do it in a way that means building a viable and sustainable business while being creative or artistic. Jennifer Lee, author of Building Your Business the Right-Brain Way and the bestselling The Right-Brain Business Plan, says pursuing a creative passion doesn’t mean you have to be the stereotypical starving artist. You get to have it the way you want it and be confident in your skills as a creative. Jennifer spent a decade climbing the corporate ladder before pursuing her creative dreams. Through her popular programs, products, and writing, she empowers others to follow their passions. Learn how you can show up a little bit more, share a little bit more, and understand that being in business is very much like a creative process.
25 minutes | Jan 30, 2018
Street Smarts Plus Life Design Equals Freedom with Daniel Johnston
There is no energy drain when time is spent doing things that doesn’t limit your freedom. This is how entrepreneur, freelancer, author and coach Daniel Johnston got to live in seven countries and published twelve books. He believes that taking action is the best way to write the life design that we want. Daniel spends his time differently, thinking if the things that he does has a legacy potential that will allow him to just take a day off, or will it have him be consumed by a bad day. Learn more how his confidence and curiosity is positively affected by his forward momentum mind-set.
29 minutes | Jan 16, 2018
Changing Scenes To Invigorate Life with Hannah Braime
Living the city life can always be brilliant. The sounds, lights and life of the city can be both fantastic and overwhelming for urbanites. Luckily, writer and teacher Hannah Braime found a spot in Spain that’s just outside the main tourist centre of the city. In the mornings she can take quiet walks along the river. Or she can be adventurous and walk around a cathedral while no one else is there yet. The changing scenes invigorate her life and mind and she becomes curios, creative and driven. Hannah shares her days of embracing boredom, finding her moments of quiet. Learn more of her self-care tips so that you can revaluate what your needs are and make it into something tangible you can act on.
31 minutes | Jan 9, 2018
Taking Mindfulness Walks And Transforming ADHD with Anders Rønnau
Going into a mental deep dive to help his patients means getting intensely occupied during work, because instead of managing or killing Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Anders Rønnau, PhD gears more on transforming ADHD. He needs to get into a deep level of connection so that he can transform their meltdowns or breakdowns into emotions they can control and understand. These connections take a certain toll, but thankfully Dr. Rønnau lives in Copenhagen where he can recharge during his lunchbreaks and do walks that disconnects him from the city and technology. He encourages everyone to try to decouple with this mindfulness walks where they see what is outside of themselves and observe everything else that goes about without taking snapshots and posting on social media. Learn more of his epiphanies and other ways to talk about ADHD.
41 minutes | Dec 28, 2017
The Self-Care Revolution with Suzy Reading
The pace of the city will never stop and this is the perfect reason why there is a need to be still and witness the hidden treasure of nature. Watch how it unfolds and inspires those who look for it and find the blankets of green and stretches of blue. Self-coach, yoga teacher and mother two Suzy Reading shares how she uses the Vitality Wheel in the self-care revolution. Start nourishing yourself so that you can do the same for others around you.
23 minutes | Dec 5, 2017
Meditation and Creating Thinking Spaces with Jackee Holder
Novel ideas and profound perspectives don’t need to get lost in the hustle and bustle of today’s London. Meditate through walking and start creating thinking spaces of your own. Discover why Interfaith minister Jackee Holder calls her early morning walks a magical experience that captures an energy field of creative intelligence. If we have time to reach for our mobile phones and computers in the morning, then we have time to absorb a world that is just waking up with many great possibilities.
33 minutes | Nov 28, 2017
Share Your Stories with Maya Stein and The Creativity Caravan
From being greeted by trees in the morning to picking up trash in the neighborhood, there is always a story waiting to unfold. Find out how The Typewriter in the Hallway Experience sparked the birth of The Creativity Caravan with Maya Stein. Learn to look for the experiences that makes you excited and what you can do to make things exciting for someone else.
33 minutes | Nov 21, 2017
Department Store for the Mind with Ruth Williams
Today’s guest is Ruth Williams, a business psychologist and the Managing Director of Department Store for the Mind, a company that creates beautiful things and writes books that encourage a more mindful way of life. Everything Department Store for the Mind creates invites actions that increase self-acceptance and strengthens connectedness with others.
25 minutes | Nov 14, 2017
How To Work a Room with Susan RoAne
Today’s guest is Susan RoAne who is a keynote speaker, a bestselling author, and the Mingling Maven who for three decades has shared her message of connection and communication with audiences worldwide; on stage, in print and in the media. She is the author of the classic bestseller How To Work a Room, which has sold over one million copies in thirteen countries, as well as The Secrets of Savvy Networking also a best seller. Susan was named by Forbes.com as one of the networking gurus of 2015.
24 minutes | Nov 7, 2017
Helpings: Food and Digestive Lifestyle with Stephanie Seege
Today’s guest is Stephanie Seege who is a serial entrepreneur and a health and food specialist. She started her first business, Onni Design, in 2005 in Finland, making unique jewellery. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Arts Management from Novia University of Applied Sciences and a Master’s Degree in Marketing from Hanken School of Economics. Stephanie founded Helpings.
29 minutes | Oct 31, 2017
Museum of Happiness with Shamash Alidina
Today’s guest is Shamash Alidina, who has been practicing mindfulness since 1998. He runs his own successful training organization in the UK. Shamash is the international bestselling author of the Mindfulness for Dummies series and the co-founder of the Museum of Happiness, a non-profit organization that provides an experiential adventure where people of all ages and backgrounds can learn more about the essence of happiness and well-being. Shamash is a speaker, teacher and a qualified laughter yoga teacher.
26 minutes | Oct 24, 2017
Psychology and Creativity with Katie Steel
Today’s guest is Katie Steel, founder at design consultancy, Supafrank. They build brands that are packed with personality. She’s also the Co-Owner and Creative Director at Department Store for the Mind.
24 minutes | Oct 17, 2017
The Girl In The Cafe with Celeste Wong
Today’s guest is Celeste Wong, an actress and renowned coffee barista from Dunedin, New Zealand. For over a decade, Celeste has held positions in leading artisan cafés all over the world. Since migrating to the UK, she’s been listed as one of London’s top five baristas in The Financial Times and had multiple successes in her roles in front of the camera. Celeste’s last feature film won multiple awards and was the highest grossing independent film of the year in New Zealand.
28 minutes | Oct 10, 2017
Startup Pregnant: Women In Leadership, Family And Work with Sarah Peck
Today, I’m thrilled that our guest is Sarah K Peck. Sarah is an author, startup advisor and yoga teacher based in New York City. She’s the founder and executive director of Startup Pregnant, a media company documenting the stories of women’s leadership across family and work. She is the instigator behind More Women’s Voices, a website that promotes women speakers and entrepreneurs, a RYT-200 yoga teacher and a 20-time All-American swimmer. Her essay, The Art of Asking, was a viral hit and is used across tech companies to train teams in clear communications. Sarah is currently writing a memoir of working in a tech startup world while pregnant with her first kid.
28 minutes | Oct 3, 2017
Pursuing A Creative Entrepreneurial Path with Derek Murphy
Today’s guest is Derek Murphy, an award winning book cover designer with a PhD in Literature. His book design templates and tutorials have helped thousands of authors take control of their publishing. More recently, Derek has started writing fiction and shares an author platform that lets his novels earn six figures a year. He shows his marketing hacks and publishing tips on CreativIndie.com and on his YouTube channel, which has nearly a million views.
38 minutes | Sep 26, 2017
Practices to Avoid Burnout with Rahaf Harfoush
Today’s guest is Rahaf Harfoush, who is a strategist, a digital anthropologist and the author of Yes We Did: An Inside Look at how Social Media Built the Obama Brand and the upcoming book entitled Hustle & Float, Balancing Execution and Inspiration in a World of Constant Connection. Rahaf is the co-author of the New York Times bestseller, The Decoded Company: Know Your Talent Better Than You Know Your Customers. She is the founder of Red Thread Inc., a think tank and special projects agency specialising in digital culture. Rahaf teaches Innovation and Emerging Business Models at Sciences Po’s MBA programme in Paris.
31 minutes | Sep 19, 2017
The Power of Creativity with Andrea Scher
Today our guest is Andrea Scher. Andrea is an artist, an online workshop teacher and a big believer in the transformative power of creativity. Through her e-courses: Mondo Beyondo, Superhero Photo, Cultivating Wonder and more, Andrea inspires people to live authentic, colourful, and creative lives. She is best known of the award winning blog Superhero Journal and The Creative Superheroes Podcast where she has a huge and loyal following. Andrea is passionate about the sweet spot where creativity and personal growth intersect. She’s also the co-author of the book, Expressive Photography: The Shutter Sisters’ Guide to Shooting from the Heart.
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