Episode 67: Why you need a business bestie

I’m just back from a strategy overnighter in Margate with my business bestie Zoe Holland of Zing Learning and I am feeling so focused, so energised and so excited about all that is coming in the next year for both myself and my business.

We did a lot of talking, a lot of laughing, a lot of drinking (oops) but also a lot of planning and strategising. It was just what I needed as I come out of my covid fug.

We recorded a podcast episode while we were there to explain why it is so important to find a business bestie. Somebody who understands you, your business, can empathise with the struggle but who can also celebrate your successes.

I feel so fortunate to have a number of business besties but not all live in the UK so to have Zoe nearly on the doorstep and to be able to hang out IN REAL LIFE was a dream.

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Episode 66: Finding my purpose with Lisa Unger

My guest today is Lisa Unger, an amazingly inspirational woman who in her mid fifties embarked on a three year diploma to train to be a Nutritional Therapist.

Prior to that she had not found her purpose in life, and the course for her was about learning, fun, purpose and connection.

Whatever your age, this episode will inspire you to get out there and do the thing you have always wanted to do – in Lisa’s words it was ‘the best experience’. See more of Lisa’s work on Facebook,  Instagram, her Facebook group Weight loss behaviour change for women or her website.

I really hope you love this episode, I know I loved my chat with Lisa. If you did enjoy it please subscribe and leave a review – a five star one would be much appreciated!

Episode 65: Covid and me

Hello my fellow dreamer!
This week you can listen to a very nasal me talking about how Covid has hit me hard. If you’ve had it I feel your pain. If you haven’t had it I really hope you don’t get it!

Working for myself gave me the freedom to be poorly with no guilt, no worry and no expectation. When you work for somebody else it is often the guilt that makes us return to work before we are fully recovered or ready.

So if you’d like to talk to me about how you can create the freedom to live your life on your terms then drop me a line!

Have a look at the YouTube video of last weeks episode with Lisa Johnson too, it’s a cracker. Click here to watch it.

See you next time my fellow dreamer….

Episode 64: It is definitely not out of reach with Lisa Johnson

In this episode I interview the fabulous Lisa Johnson, THE passive income strategist, creator of the hugely successful One to Many ® programme and the host of the Making Money Online podcast. Sometimes when you hear people talk about what they do you can feel a bit ‘yeah yeah’ and wonder if what they are saying is true. Having worked with Lisa on two of her programmes, been part of her membership and having met her in real life I can tell you she is absolutely the genuine article.

In this episode we talk about the myth of having to work hard for your money, the juggle of children and business, the huge and swift growth of her business and how she mixes Primark with Gucci. I loved our conversation and I know you will too – remember, success and making lots of money is definitely not out of reach! You can find Lisa on Instagram and on her website, plus listen to her podcast here.

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Episode 63: Freedom, flow, fulfilment, fun

Do you have freedom, flow, fulfilment and fun in your life?

I do!

I call these the four F’s and I aim to help my clients to achieve them in their own lives, whatever that looks like.

In this week’s episode I explore what they mean to me and why they are so important.

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Plus, if you want to talk to me about how I can help you to achieve the four F’s in your own life, book a call by clicking here

See you next time my fellow dreamer…..

Episode 62: Expect the best outcome with Loren Bartley

In this week’s episode I talk to Loren Bartley, an Australian entrepreneur and business owner and also a good friend of mine for more than twenty years. 
Loren and I first met in Singapore in the late 1990s and despite not living in the same country for the majority of the years since then, our friendship has continued.

Loren is a phenomenal entrepreneur – enthusiastic, engaging, excited about what she does and an amazing innovator and creator. 
See more of what she does via her website. You might also like to check out the Click Engage Convert Academy her fantastic digital marketing academy. I’m in it and I absolutely recommend it.

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Episode 61: Your inner voice

Have you got an inner voice? Is it a nice one? Does it treat you well?

Often, our inner voice is the thing that keeps us stuck, keeps us playing small, is the thing which stops us from making the changes we want to make.

Our inner voice can stop us from pursuing our dreams!

In this episode I talk to you about how you can get your inner voice to work with you not against you. 

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Episode 60: Trust where you are right now with Dr Jemma Andrew-Adiamah

My guest today is the wonderful Dr Jemma Andrew-Adiamah, a Coach and Doctor who helps women to reclaim themselves once they become a mum.

We discuss how easy it is to get lost when you become a parent, and can feel your self confidence drifting away. Jemma believes that we need to get better at trusting where we are right now, as we all have different seasons in our lives.

If you like what you hear then go and find Jemma on Instagram and her website.

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Episode 59: Reaching your potential

Have you reached your potential?
Have you grown and developed to the highest level of your potential? Of your talents? Of your skills?
Reaching your potential can sound very business like and quite formal but in this episode I explore how you can re-frame what that phrase means and own it on your own terms.
You get to decide what your potential  is, what the rules are, what the measure is and how far you want to go. And you know what? The more you push yourself to achieve your potential, the more potential opens up before you.
You are amazing and you can achieve anything!
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Episode 58: Learning as you go with Griselda Soames

I’m just going to put this out there, I LOVED recording this episode!
Today I talk to Griselda Soames of the gorgeous Enchanting Bakes – a marketing agency using the medium of biscuits.
We discuss wanting different things from your life as you get older, what your own personal currency of success is and how when you work for yourself you have the luxury of learning as you go.
Griselda’s enthusiasm for life, for biscuits and for her business is infectious – we didn’t stop talking for nearly two hours with a recording squeezed into the middle!
See some of Griselda’s gorgeous biscuits here and on her website.
After we recorded our conversation she sent me some of my own gorgeous biscuits – see them here. I can vouch for them tasting as delicious as they look!
Remember: biscuits make everybody happy.

Episode 57: Things we cannot change

Life is a bit of a rollercoaster at times, and we can find ourselves getting bogged down by things that we ultimately cannot change.

In this episode I talk about the importance of making the distinction between things we can and can’t change, but also to try not to fear what ‘might’ happen, because none of us can see into the future.

You will never transition into your dream life if you let all those what ifs hold you back.

So listen to me encourage you to push past those things and stay focused on your mission.

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Episode 56: You're never going to know unless you try with Katrina Fouracre

My guest today is Katrina Fouracre of Cariad Creative, who teaches online business owners how to confidently create their own WordPress website to generate more sales.

But that’s her on a work level – her personal story of how she overcame years of mental health struggles combined with motherhood and a fear of germs and dirt is well worth the listen. 

Katrina’s story is a brilliant one and I hope will show you that you can create the life you dream of on your own terms. Powerful stuff!

Listen to the episode here.

You can find Katrina via her Facebook group, Website SOS for Small Businesses and on Instagram.