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In Conversation With Daniel Priestley

Daniel Priestley is a key person of influence and also dedicated to making a dent in the world. Australian but now based in London, Daniel is a best selling author and co-founder of Dent Global. Dent run accelerators to guide entrepreneurs through the pain of the entrepreneurial journey. We talk about lizard brains, how families and tribes behave within businesses, Daniel’s journey, and how he maintains his well-being. Show Notes During our conversation we talk about: About Dent and the...


In Conversation with Alison Edgar

Alison is one of those people who you just can't help wanting to listen to! Her enthusiasm is infectious When talking to the Entrepreneur's Godmother, you might expect there to be some talk of wands and tiaras but would you expect Golf and The Godfather to come up as well? I didn't! Alongside golf and the godfather, we talk about how Alison became the Entrepreneur's Godmother, her knowledge of sales, her best-selling book and selling from your heart with passion. Our conversation...


In Conversation with Suzie Volkes-Smith

Speaking to Suzie is pure joy - her enthusiasm and belief about what she does can't be contained. Suzie shares who she helps and why as well as her own story from being a shy quiet child to an adult who was using partying as way to feel bolder. She realised this wasn't what she wanted her life to be and as she made changes discovered how strongly she wants to help people change their lives and to live their life their way rather than be constrained by their bodies. The strength of her...


In Conversation with Linda Huckle

In this episode, Linda and I spoke about networking, the challenges, Linked In and how people use it, could use it, don't use it and so much more. We also talk about networking which isn't surprising given Linda's second role as Regional Director at The Athena Network! A lovely chat in which Linda explains how she became Linked In Linda, how she tries to balance her well being and personal life and her tips to other business owners and startups. Also - in this episode, the first appearance...


In Conversation with Richard Woods

I speak to Richard Woods just before one of his Lead Gen Academy evenings in Farnborough. Richard talks about his experiences on The Apprentice, how health problems impacted him and much much more! At the time of speaking, he was still knee deep in his new boiler business as well as about to launch WP Aid! There is no stopping this man! Are you interested in starting your own podcast?...


In Conversation with Amanda C Watts

Amanda inspires leading firms of accountants to use marketing to grow their business. She is the founder of TwentyTwo Agency, an Amazon bestselling author, mentor for Virgin Start-Up and creator of The Relationship First Method™. She speaks regularly on marketing and branding and has helped over 500 companies launch and grow across the globe since 2009. Amanda now works solely with accounting firms helping them to attract more high value clients, to be create more profit and more time in...


In Conversation with Holly Wagner

Holly is a video marketer (which was a lot easier for me to say than videographer!), she's been running her business for approximately 3 years and has really found her niche as her business has grown and evolved over this time. Holly wasn't sure what she wanted to do after leaving university and after attending a talk for people just like her, met someone from Prince's Trust which ultimately led to her joining one of their programmes, getting funding from them and starting her journey...


In Conversation with Paul Rayner

In this week's episode, I speak to Paul Rayner. Paul is a habit and health coach. We talk about how he progressed from personal training, to being a research exercise scientist before returning to personal training and now his focus on nutrition and habit changes. I ask if Paul views himself as an entrepreneur, about his online course coming soon and where he hopes to take the business in the future. Paul shares how he looks after his own well being and some of the challenges he has...


In Conversation with Jo Ferrone

Jo Ferrone is the founder of How Does She Do It - an online Facebook Community and in person networking in Surrey and Wrapped Up Admin. Jo's own experience of isolation working for herself led to her setting up the online community which is now growing even more. She talks about her doubts, the need to step out of your comfort zone and learning to give it a go - even if you are not sure it's going to work! If you're interested in attending one of Jo's networking events - the next dates...


In Conversation with Mike Clark

Mike Clark is an Australian entrepreneur. Mike was living in London, England when we spoke but is in the midst of getting ready to move himself and his young family back to Australia. A hectic and exciting time for him. Mike came over to the UK with Triumph which has matured into Dent Global. 12 years on he has taken a on a new role, working with Daniel Priestley once more, as part of the Dent Global Leadership team in Australia. Mike shares his experiences and advice on selling, blockers,...


In Conversation with Sam Gold

In this conversation, Sam Gold of Gold HR and I talk about how she helps employers whether they're looking to take on their first employee or adding to an existing team, managing the HR aspects of having employees, some of the challenges employers face, how Sam made the transition from being in a corporate environment and how she balances being a mother and a wife with running her own business. She shares the challenges of acknowledging what we're good at and recognising when to outsource...


In Conversation with Nikki Faulkner

Nikki Faulkner of Mulberry Bush Consulting speak about how Nikki made the transition from geophysics to people and processes. We talk about how she works with clients, some of the challenges she faced when starting out and more! We also talk about the challenges business owners can face when trying to expand which means letting go! Nikki shares how she found a business support network through a combination of networking and existing social networks. I work with people to put together...


In Conversation with Penny Power OBE

Penny and I speak about what she wants the Business Cafe to bring to small business owners and communities, the challenges of finding the right investor and how important it is for us to look after ourselves. Penny also talks about the most important skill any business owner needs! We also talk about how loneliness impacts usand the every changing demands of the digital world and how The Business Cafe will support business owners in getting started using the tools they need.


An Interview with Matz Skoog

The other week I had the pleasure of interviewing Matz Skoog. Matz started learning ballet at the age of 8 and the rest, as they say, is history! Following a successful career as a ballet dancer, Matz moved on to take on roles as an artistic director for ballet companies at the English National Ballet and Royal Ballet of New Zearland. Now he has moved into the world of high performance coaching - bringing his experience in the world of ballet to coach business people - whether they are...


Interview with Anne Renshaw

Anne talks about her business, referral networks, networking tips and some of the challenges of starting your own business. She also talks about how she started doing triathlons and how she now ties this in with charity work.