That People Thing

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  • 109 Writing for a Living, with Joanna Penn
  • Joanna Penn left the corporate world a decade ago to write full time. Since then she’s become an an award winning entrepreneur, a hugely successful fiction and non fiction author, podcaster and teacher of other people who want to write for a living.
  • 12/02/2019Read moreVisit Blog
  • 108 What’s Your Excuse with Maxwell Ivey
  • Maxwell Ivey describes himself as the Blind Blogger. Born in to a carnival family, he became blind in his teens but has never let it stop him doing what he wanted to do. He’s now not only a successful businessman but an inspirational speaker, coach and podcaster, helping people follow their dreams just as he has done. He wasn’t always someone who thought he could do anything. But he’s learnt not only what he’s capable of but that just because you can do a thing doesn’t mean you should!
  • 05/02/2019Read moreVisit Blog
  • 107 Thinking of starting a business? With Phyllis Smith
  • It’s all very well imagining yourself running your own business as a way to escape the rat race. But what’s the reality? What skills will you need beyond the technical skills you’ve been mastering for the last 20 or 30 years? That’s why I wanted to talk to my guest today, Phyllis Smith. Former founder of the Professional Business Women’s Network she’s an escapee from corporate world herself. She now has her fingers in many pies including as presenter at The Expert Channel.
  • 29/01/2019Read moreVisit Blog
  • 106 The Princess of 42nd Street
  • Can you imagine seeing porn stars having sex in your backyard, or watching a topless waitress breastfeeding a kitten at one of your parent’s parties? Well, today’s guest lived that life. Romola Hodas was the eldest daughter of Marty (Martin) Hodas, aka “Times Square’s King of Porn,” the man who almost single-handedly built New York City’s pornography and adult entertainment industry from the 1960s to the 1980s.
  • 22/01/2019Read moreVisit Blog
  • 105 Grit Girl, with Sunday Burquest
  • In 2012. Sunday Burquest was diagnosed with breast cancer. After multiple surgeries, chemotherapy, radiation, and a bout with depression she discovered she was much stronger than she imagined and decided to follow her dream and ended up on the 33rd season of the Emmy award-winning reality tv show Survivor Millennials vs Gen-x. Sunday describes herself as a Grit Girl and I was very keen to talk to her about how she’s embraced so much change in her life, ignored any suggestion that she shouldn’t do certain things “at her age” and how she continues to challenge herself even after her Survivor experience.
  • 15/01/2019Read moreVisit Blog


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