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I interview leaders from the self-help, HR, coaching and mental wellbeing sectors about how they keep their own cup full. Discover the heartfelt stories, challenges and success strategies from your peers in this no-holds-barred podcast.

 

  • Episode 1: From The Heart, with guest Enrico Massani

I talk to coach Enrico Massani who lost his successful consultancy, house, and partner during a particularly challenging chapter of his life. In this episode, Enrico shares with his how he turned his life around and launched a thriving global coaching practice.

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  • Episode 2: Meeting Our Blocks, with guest Edward Pike

In this episode I chat with Spiritual Mentor and Photographer Edward Pike, author of the meditative book, “I AM – Awaken Your Nature.” We discuss how to meet our blocks (such as blame, fear, self-judgement) to experience more flow. A beautiful conversation about awakening our real Self and experience true freedom.

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  • Episode 3: On The Couch, with Counsellor Natalie Rossiter 

In this episode I talk with counsellor Natalie Rossiter, and you are in for a real treat. Coming to counselling is a sign of self-respect and courage, but does that also apply to fellow therapists, coaches and other wellbeing professionals? What are the tell-tale signs that it’s time to seek help? How effective is Mindfulness for us? And can we play with the boundaries of conventional therapy? Let’s find out!

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  • Episode 4: A Different Kind of Personal Best
     

“Everyone, however experienced, can benefit from coaching and emotional skill development.” Wise words from today’s podcast guest, Elite Performance Coach & Performance Psychologist, Stuart Holliday.

He has his own consultancy – Focused Mind Coaching and works as the Asics UK in-house psychologist, as well as a coach at Sanctus who partner with businesses in the workplace to create an open environment where mental health is supported and people can bring their full self to work. He has private sporting clients and conducts endurance research alongside Prof. Andy Lane & Dan Robinson at the University of Wolverhampton.

Prior to running Focused Mind Coaching, Stuart spent 4 years working for Professor Steve Peters at Chimp Management supporting Olympic and Paralympic squads, the England Netball Team and Liverpool FC. Stuart believes in applying his Olympic experience and standards to wellbeing and performance in order to make minds healthier and fitter.

In this candid episode, I talk with Stuart about how he manages his own emotions as a practitioner, as a psychologist, and running his own business in order to be able to operate at his best for the service of his clients. We also discuss the role of spirituality in a psychologist’s world, his view on what motivation really means, and much more. Don’t miss this one!

 Listen here to Episode 4