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Hi, my name is Misael Trujillo. I have conversations with people worth promoting; about concepts, creators and causes worth knowing about. You can expect musicians, artists, writers, activists, small business owners and everyone in between as guests.

Hi, my name is Misael Trujillo. I have conversations with people worth promoting; about concepts, creators and causes worth knowing about. You can expect musicians, artists, writers, activists, small business owners and everyone in between as guests.

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United Kingdom

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Hi, my name is Misael Trujillo. I have conversations with people worth promoting; about concepts, creators and causes worth knowing about. You can expect musicians, artists, writers, activists, small business owners and everyone in between as guests.

Language:

English


Episodes

Angela Laws ( TrustedHousesitters ) : Is Pet Sitting For You?

12/17/2019
Wonderful start to Season 4 sharing this great conversation I had with Angel Laws; Award Winning Community Manager for TrustedHousesitters. For the past year, my partner and I have been travelling the UK; virtually rent free, whilst looking after the most adorable pets. We do this using TrustedHousesitters and have been having an absolute blast, so it obviously seemed like a perfect chance to catch up with them on the podcast. I chat to Angela about the brands expansion and ethos, how she...

Duration:00:51:00

Nigel House: A History of Rough Trade, The Birth of Slam City Skates & London in the 80s!

12/11/2019
We've hit Episode 30 and to celebrate I had the massive privilege of chatting to Nigel House, Co-Owner of Rough Trade! Rough Trade is a legendary group of independent record shops with headquarters in London. At various times there were also shops in San Francisco, Tokyo and Paris. In 2007 Rough Trade opened a gorgeous shop/cafe in Brick Lane called "Rough Trade East", located in the former Truman's Brewery. I really love these guys, when I first moved into London I would head in...

Duration:00:47:45

Hope Virgo: Facing up to an Eating Disorder, Mental Health and Dump The Scales!

11/27/2019
It was an absolute privilege to chat with Author, Public Speaker & Multi Award Winning Campaigner; Hope Virgo, for Episode 29 of the podcast! Hope suffered with anorexia for over 4 years, before being admitted to a Mental Health Hospital in 2007. She lived in the hospital for a year, fighting one of the hardest battles of her life. She is now at the stage of 'ongoing recovery' and wants to use her experiences of mental health illness to champion the rights of others, inspire them to get...

Duration:00:44:03

Alex Mills : How to relocate to another country & start a new career?

11/18/2019
So great catching up with my great friend Alex Mills for Episode 28. Account Director, as well as a Content & Social Media Marketing Specialist. Alex is currently Account Director at WE Communications over in Australia; however, when I met him he was in London and worked for Microsoft on the launch of Zune Music, then later with HMV as Digital Marketing & Music Content Manager. We talk about his move over to Australia, the logistics of making that happen, the difficulties; as well as the...

Duration:00:50:37

Pete Wright : Yoga, Meditation, Ducking Punches & Punk Rock!

11/8/2019
Absolutely stoked to chat with Pete Wright for Episode 27. Drummer for the amazing Ducking Punches, I Said Goodbye & Summer Now; as well as playing in a function band, being a drum teacher and a family fan. We talk about the importance of future proofing playing in a band, looking after yourself on tour, how meditation and yoga is way more punk rock than you think, what it was like supporting Third Eye Blind, having a side hustle, balancing a load of projects and a hell of a lot more! I...

Duration:01:04:54

Dr. Jonathan Downie: What Skills does an Interpreter need & should Donald Trump's Interpreter have been invisible?

10/31/2019
Not sure if you've heard, but apparently Donald Trump's Italian interpreter was pulling funny faces at everything he said. In all honesty, I wouldn't be surprised. However according to Dr. Jonathan Downie; my guest for episode 26, those are just the kind of faces you can expect an interpreter to pull when they're concentrating. Dr. Jonathan Downie is a consultant interpreter, French to English and English to French conference and business interpreter, researcher, and speaker on...

Duration:01:13:09

Niki McGlynn: What is Neurodevelopment Therapy and how could it help you?

10/28/2019
I learnt so much from my chat with Niki McGlynn for Episode 25! Niki is a Complementary Therapist and founder of Organised Mind. Organised Mind provides Neurodevelopment Therapy & Skills for Learning with a focus on Rhythmic Movement and Functional Reflex Therapy. We obviously talk about what all those words mean, how early development of reflexes can affect the rest of our lives, how and why Neurodevelopment works and everything surrounding the topic. It's honestly such a great...

Duration:00:50:00

Jayne Robinson: Travel on a Budget, Pet Sitting in the UK Rent Free & Remote Working!

10/20/2019
Had a great chat with my partner Jayne Robinson for Episode 24! Founder of Kitsch.Inc, CMK & Food Scouts, Jayne is an experienced Digital Strategist, Content Director & Writer as well as producer for this podcast (amongst lots of other things!). Jayne has worked in London for top agencies including Rabbit, Mission and Exeat, as well as time spent in house at beauty companies such as KMI Brands. Her brand experience includes bareMinerals, ASOS, Thorpe Park, Belvedere, Cath Kidston,...

Duration:00:56:47

Clara Herbaut: How is the CBD & Cannabis Industry developing in Europe?

10/12/2019
I caught up with the wonderful Clara Herbaut in Barcelona for episode 23! Clara is a Cannabis & CBD Marketing and Communication Expert who works relentlessly within the industry to promote change and education on the subject. Co-Founder of Herb & Co a Cannabis & CBD Consulting Agency, Head Project Manager at The Tree CBD, International Marketing Coordinator at Harmony and absolute fountain of knowledge when it comes to the European Cannabis & CBD market, regulations and everything else. We...

Duration:00:43:14

Dirk Singer: Vanity Metrics & the Value of Content Creators vs Influencers!

10/3/2019
Wonderful chat with Dirk Singer for episode 22! Dirk is a senior marketing, content and digital director with 25 years experience and a specific focus on aviation. Currently working as Creative Director at SimpliFlying; a consulting firm that specialises in aviation marketing and innovation. There he looks after content development, both for SimpliFlying, and for its clients; including editing the world's only aviation trade marketing magazine - Airline Marketing Monthly. Dirk was also...

Duration:00:59:42

Rosie Yakob: Working with Jay-Z & Steve Stoute, the concept behind Genius/Steals & Digital Nomad tips!

9/26/2019
Absolutely loved having Rosie Yakob as my wonderful guest for episode 21! Rosie is Co-Founder of the nomadic creative consultancy Genius Steals, along with her husband and partner Faris; whom I had on the show earlier on in the year. Genius/Steals have helped build strategies and consult iconic brands such as Gibson, Coca-Cola, Google, The Guardian and more; so you instantly know it's worth paying attention to this conversation. Full-time nomad, strategist, speaker & incredible human being....

Duration:01:09:20

Carlos Lastra: What does it take to become a Pro Skateboarder?

9/19/2019
For Episode 20 I had a chat with Pro Skateboarder and absolute legend Carlos Lastra! Having recently left Braille Skateboarding it felt like the perfect chance to catch up with Carlos and find out a bit more about him! We chat about his move from Arizona to California at the age of 16, we chat about the struggles that come with moving to a city like Long Beach and we learn loads of stuff about Carlos that he hadn't publicly shared before. If you're a fan of skateboarding and have ever...

Duration:00:47:16

Dr. Steffanie Strathdee: The Perfect Predator - How do you fight a superbug?

9/12/2019
Absolute honour to have Dr. Steffanie Strathdee as my guest for episode 19. Dr. Strathdee is an infectious disease epidemiologist, Associate Dean of Global Health Sciences, Harold Simon Professor at the University of California San Diego School of Medicine and Co-Director at the Center for Innovative Phage Applications and Therapeutics. Herself and husband; Thomas Patterson, are also authors of the book 'The Perfect Predator: A Scientist's Race to Save Her Husband from a Deadly...

Duration:00:44:03

Benita Matofska: What is Sharing Economy & what benefits could it have on society?

9/5/2019
Incredibly happy to have Benita Matofska as my guest for Episode 18. Benita is a world-leading speaker and change-maker, as well as a global Sharing Economy expert and author of the wonderful book 'Generation Share'; the world's first collection of inspiring stories from change-makers building the Sharing Economy. She is also the founder of The People Who Share (TPWS), a charity and social enterprise that helps people discover the power of the Sharing Economy to change the world. I'm...

Duration:00:56:07

Gabe Cruz (Braille Skateboarding): How much work goes into running a successful Youtube Channel?

8/29/2019
On Episode 17 I chat to the wonderful Gabe Cruz from Braille Skateboarding! Gabe is a skateboarder and filmmaker. He is also Video Production Supervisor for the Braille Skateboarding YouTube Channel and he runs the Braille Army Channel! If you've never watched any of the Braille Skateboarding videos, then you are definitely missing out! Braille was founded by skateboarder Aaron Kyro, they help people learn how to skate, they ride the weirdest skateboard contraptions and they have the best...

Duration:01:01:38

Faris Yakob : What is the reality of Digital Nomad life and what are the benefits for employers?

8/22/2019
It was an absolute privilege chatting to Faris Yakob for episode 16! Faris is Co-Founder of the nomadic creative consultancy Genius Steals, along with his wife and partner Rosie. Genius/Steals have helped build strategies and consult iconic brands such as Gibson, Coca-Cola, Google, The Guardian and more; so you instantly know it's worth paying attention to this conversation. Full-time nomad, strategist, speaker & author of 'Paid Attention: Innovative Advertising for a Digital World'. Named...

Duration:00:55:53

Richard Heaven: What exactly is the Merchant Navy and what is life like at sea?

8/15/2019
On Episode 15 I chat to my good friend Richard Heaven about his time out at sea with the Merchant Navy! I knew extremely little about the Merchant Navy before going into this conversation and had a hell of a lot of preconceptions about it too. Richard is someone I have know for a long time within the punk scene, he is extremely knowledgable about music (amongst lots of other things), as well as being a great writer & artist, so I was really excited to see what his experience has been whilst...

Duration:00:38:33

Dr. Rick Lines: Is international drug control in violation of human rights laws?

8/8/2019
I feel absolutely privileged to have Dr. Rick Lines as my guest for Episode 14. Dr. Rick Lines is an Associate Professor of Criminology and Human Rights at the University of Swansea. A key figure in the emerging field of human rights and drug policy and expert on subjects including international drug control law, prisoners' rights, HIV and human rights, capital punishment and harm reduction. He is also the author of the book 'Drug Control and Human Rights in International Law' as well as...

Duration:01:02:05

Ricky Bates: What is the future of live music and what can we do to help?

8/1/2019
Incredibly happy to have Promoter & Booking Agent; Ricky Bates, as my guest for Episode 13. Ricky has been absolutely pivotal to keeping the historical venue of 'The Joiners Arms', as well as the music scene, alive in Southampton, UK for over 8 years. Having also worked on 'Bestival', 'Groezrock Festival', 'Common People' festival, as well putting shows on at Guildhall and being involved in the rise of 'Kerrang!' favourites 'Creeper'; Ricky has the experience and hindsight to give sound...

Duration:01:24:57

Alexander Travelbum : How does long term travel on a budget help personal growth?

7/25/2019
Incredibly happy to have Travel YouTuber; Alexander Travelbum, as my guest for Episode 12. This conversation means a whole lot to me, Alex and his Youtube channel played a huge role in motivating myself and my partner to pack up our flat in Barcelona, put everything in storage and head out to South East Asia. Alexander Travelbum has been documenting his travels and giving excellent advice for over two years. He's travelled South East Asia extensively, lived the van life in the States,...

Duration:00:53:14