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MindStyling for Entrepreneurs

Dr Becky Sage and Amy Armstrong

MindStyling for Entrepreneurs showcases leaders who aren’t afraid to push the boundaries. We join hosts Dr Becky Sage and Amy Armstrong as they interview a diverse range of entrepreneurs who’ve cut their own path to success. Our top-tips episodes will distill some of the techniques that people running their own businesses use to get through the challenges and celebrate the successes in a healthy and sustainable way. We give you the tools to start "MindStyling" for yourself, we invite you to subscribe and try out our MindStyling tools as you build a successful future, whatever that means for you. Finalists in the BBC Radio 5 live, Rachael Bland Podcast Award and Creative Impact Awards
Janine's Top Tip: Stay Human As You Grow November 17, 2022 Episode artwork Janine Matho: for women, career drop off happens right away, in the first 2 - 3 years of workNovember 11, 2022 Episode artwork Vic Forrest's Top Tip: Take a break; be kind to yourself.November 04, 2022 Episode artwork Victoria Forrest: Remaining fascinated by the world calms meOctober 27, 2022 Episode artwork Nithya's Top Tip: "If your goals are important enough on a spiritual level, the rest are just details."October 24, 2022 Episode artwork Nithya Prabu: There's always opportunity out there, even in the most dreadful times.October 14, 2022 Episode artwork End of Year Special Part Two: How do you know when to walk away? Dr Becky Sage's graceful landingDecember 28, 2021 Episode artwork End of Year Special Part One: Happy Endings and New Beginnings with Nathalie AlpiDecember 27, 2021 Episode artwork Kerstyn and Suzi's top tip: Don’t kitchen-sink: keep it simple. Start with the problem - it's all about that.July 29, 2021 Episode artwork Kerstyn Comley & Suzi Godson: MeeToo makes it easy to talk about difficult thingsJuly 21, 2021 Episode artwork Heather's Top Tip: Hire really good peopleJuly 16, 2021 Episode artwork Heather Lyons: Because these are such unprecedented times, this was an amazing opportunity to get some feedbackJuly 11, 2021 Episode artwork Kate Dimbleby's Top Tip: Ask yourself questions because you'll find some really interesting answers. Ask is that true?July 02, 2021 Episode artwork Kate Dimbleby: It's about the creative process - that is what's driving itJune 25, 2021 Episode artwork Alison's Top Tip: Add "in your opinion" to any advice you are given. It is not a fact. You get to collate these opinions and decide what to do with them.June 17, 2021 Episode artwork Alison Wood: School girls were exchanging sex for sanitary productsJune 10, 2021 Episode artwork Sam's Top Tip: Don't ever underestimate your unique perspective. If you're lucky enough to have an idea, don't let it go. Give it a go.June 10, 2021 Episode artwork Samantha Woodham, The Divorce Surgery - I never liked conflict for conflict's sake. Deep in my core I felt there had to be something better.May 26, 2021 Episode artwork Deborah’s Top Tip: Do not assume where you are is where you should be - consider doubling or tripling your day rate at least!May 20, 2021 Episode artwork Deborah Coughlin - There is tonnes of money out there - people are looking for great ideas that have data to back them upMay 15, 2021 Episode artwork Helena's Top Tip: There is no silver bullet - it's all about consistent force in one directionMay 05, 2021 Episode artwork Helena Hills Part 2: We felt suffocated May 04, 2021 Episode artwork Helena Hills Part 1: It’s never been more important to drive positive energy and emotionApril 30, 2021 Episode artwork Keri's Top Tips: Do what comes from the heart and do it well - and remember, you are not your circumstanceApril 25, 2021 Episode artwork Keri Andriana: I could just design to my heart's contentApril 22, 2021 Episode artwork