On February 16, 2022, David interviewed Sharon MacLean, in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Sharon is a communications marketing strategist, founder of WorldGate Media and Co-Founder of Virtual Communication Mastery. Sharon is also an author and publisher and, in the past, worked in mental health.
Brad Reed, originally from London, Ontario, Canada and experienced mental health issues in his teenage years and 20’s. Brad practiced certain modalities to heal his mind and body, appreciating the mind-body connection, integrating mindfulness practices into his life and looking for the most holistic ways to heal.
On February 9, 2022, David interviewed Jennifer Kumar, founder of Authentic Journeys, providing leadership coaching for companies and individuals working in cross-cultural teams.
James Crystal, entrepreneur, motivational speaker and mental health advocate in Birmingham, England. James tells the story of how he had a safe and loving home life, but while growing up, had some behavioural issues and found difficulty fitting in with his peers.
Mike Morawski draws from his own experience as a real estate investor and property manager. In the financial crash of 2008, like most real estate entrepreneurs, aside from losing a significant amount of money, Mike lost a lot more at that time.
Sebastiaan Hooft grew up in suburban Amsterdam and developed a flair for business and entrepreneurship as a young teenager. He founded twenty companies in fifteen years, became recognized as one of the Netherlands’ top tech entrepreneurs and was listed as one of the country’s 100 most successful self-made entrepreneurs by the Dutch business magazine “Quote”.
This week, David interviewed Sara Fernandez. Sara is a teacher, a wife, and a mother of two children and lives in Silicon Valley, California. In 2016, Sara’s family became well known in many local communities, but not for reasons that they would have sought for themselves.
This week, David interviewed Nina Fernandez, an entrepreneur, an actor, a real estate syndicator, and founder of a non-profit called SeedAndLegacy (S&L), whose primary mission is to provide financial literacy to underserved communities.
DavidMurray-Hundly is a successful computer programmer and entrepreneur, and is an advisor, mentor and investor to many early-stage companies. He started programming at the age of 9, and having watched the movie “War Games”, aspired to hack the Pentagon. One of his games was later recognized and released.
On this weeks Wedotalk, David interviewed Samantha Kelly. Samantha joined him from Wexford in Ireland, and told the story of how she taught herself many aspects of social media and particularly Twitter, and how she has successfully turned her knowledge into a profitable business by helping other businesses market themselves.
Today Duff is speaking with Sophie Carroll, the first coach of many that will share their stories, advice and experience on our Wedotalk.
Sophie is a newly formed personal trainer. She completed her course during the summer of 2020, and got her first job when the gyms reopened in August.