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Digital Media and the Remote Workforce

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.

Personal and Team Well-Being

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.

Authentic Journeys Through Cross Cultural Work

On February 9, 2022, David interviewed Jennifer Kumar, founder of Authentic Journeys, providing leadership coaching for companies and individuals working in cross-cultural teams.

Finding and Promoting Sobriety and Positivity

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.

A Story Of Success, Loss and Redemption

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.

Becoming a Personal Trainer with Natasha Farrell

Becoming a Personal Trainer with Natasha Farrell

Laura is joined today with Natasha, a personal trainer. Natasha works at a boutique gym near Edinburgh. They discuss Natasha’s journey becoming a PT, what exercise she does as a personal trainer and questions that YOU have asked us to ask her via our Instagram! Get in touch with Natasha:...

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Being a Watersports Coach with Jamie Macdonald

Being a Watersports Coach with Jamie Macdonald

Laura is joined today by Jamie, a Watersports coach. He coaches rowing, canoeing, kayaking and paddle boarding. They discuss the irony of Jamie’s sea-sickness, dramatic stories of Laura capsizing near jelly fish and the pros and cons of being a Watersports coach.

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Is it OK to be Confident? with Thomas Baruzzi

Is it OK to be Confident? with Thomas Baruzzi

Laura is joined with Thomas, a 3rd year cognitive science student at the University of Edinburgh. Today they will be discussing self-esteem and confidence. Thomas describes that the bigger picture of the world really puts things into perspective.

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Teaching Middle School in a Pandemic

Teaching Middle School in a Pandemic

Angela is a middle school science teacher in Portland, Oregon and she teaches students aged 13-14, in 8th Grade (UK = Year 9).
Angela talks a little about her background, what got her into teaching, and the district in which she teaches, which is one of great diversity.

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Tips for Remote Learning with Molly Mcfarlane

Tips for Remote Learning with Molly Mcfarlane

Today Duff is joined by Molly Mcfarlane, a 3rd-year student at the University of Strathclyde, studying International Business with Spanish – specialising in marketing. They discuss 4 different tips to help you manage remote learning or working from home.

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Prostate cancer awareness with Joe Hurd

Prostate cancer awareness with Joe Hurd

Prostate cancer is something that affects millions of men every year all around the world. David and Joe discuss the need for more awareness of the cancer, and de-stigmatisation of incorporating men’s struggle with it into conversation.

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