Podcasts


Laura Talks to People Who Have Walked the Walk

Self-Care as an Essential Back-to-Work Tool

Often you forget your self-care when you return to work after a career break. We can be so concerned about those that we will be spending less time with/on instead of ourselves. Self-care is not selfish; rather it is a way of being better equipped wherever you are. We...

Podcast # 12 Kenny Temowo on “Why Work”?

Why Work? Can we come to work for astonishment? What a concept? Kenny Temowo is someone who inspires us to find self-actualisation at work. He is a Learning and Experience Design Consultant at PA Consulting. He takes this ground-breaking employee engagement tool to...

Podcast #11 Emee Vida Estacio on Imposter Syndrome

She has written 'The Impostor Syndrome Remedy' and 'Change your Life For Good'. In this episode, I talk to author and academic Emee Vida Estacio about her Amazon No1 selling books. She shares her tested methods for overcoming self-doubt and understanding and managing...

Podcast #9 Jess Spiring on a Season for Everything

I talk to journalist/editor Jess Spiring about her prolific career in magazines and newspapers, why she thinks print will never truly die and how there's a season for everything. iTunes link after the embed; don't forget you can join my mailing list to hear podcasts...

Podcast # 8 Amanda Newman, The Career Mum

In this podcast, recorded via Zoom webchat, I talk to Amanda Newman, founder of the successful Facebook group, The Career Mum, about the choices she's faced in her own career, and why it's been so important to her to bring others along with her. She is a champion of...

Podcast #7 – Lucy Choi on Adaptation

In this podcast, I chat to More Than Musical's Lucy Choi, the queen of adaptation, about her remarkable path to a glittering career in the opera world. Lucy began as a pianist, but had to pivot suddenly when, at the beginning of her music degree, injury meant she...

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