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Advising Young Women in Business by Studying The Masters In Leadership, with Robyn Wilson

Working with millennials is rewarding because young entrepreneurs think differently. New ways of thinking, getting rid of the past and working with new technologies, including Artificial Intelligence, is the way forward. Any of these things sound familiar? Robyn Wilson, educator and lifestyle designer, is at the forefront of a revolution, or if you like, a…

Crazy Good Advice: Crowdfunding & Social Entrepreneurship, with Tony Loyd

There’s no better introduction to what Social Entrepreneur and podcaster, Tony Loyd, does than the following quote: ‘Here’s to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The square pegs in the round holes. The ones who see differently. They’re not fond of rules. And they have no respect for the status quo. You…

Business of Writing Mini-Series Day 2: Positivity and Opportunity with Life Coach, Lisa Cherry Beaumont

Yesterday it was health and fitness and today it’s my whole life. Lisa Cherry Beaumont is a Life Coach and today we chat about lifestyle, fulfilment and life purpose alchemy. Lisa outlines a four step process for change, mentions gratitude practise, meditation, goal setting and brain training (among other things), and offers us action steps…

Doing It Scared: the habit of writing and taking back control of our lives, with Scott Allan

Negativity is such a killer of our dreams.  Scott Allan empowers us to take back control of our lives and create habits that help us succeed. Of course, there’s a catch – there’s always a catch – and it’s that we’ve got to do the work. Scott’s latest book, Do It Scared, comes fast on…

The Business of (Indie) Writing – Day 1 – Writing, creativity and accountability with Jules Horne

Jules Horne lives in the Scottish Borders and is an Associate Lecturer at Open University. She writes plays for stage and radio, and fiction with a Scottish gothic flavour. She’s inspired by Angela Carter and Mervyn Peake (of Gormenghast fame). Today, we chat about the tension between creativity and risk, the role of Indie publishers as…