Series: The MindStyling Podcast

Olga Kravchenko: It’s really easy to be resilient when you don’t understand the consequences

Olga Kravchenko​ is ​CEO​ of ​Musemio​, an award-winning virtual reality educational platform that brings culture to children in a way they enjoy the most – by playing. The company’s vision is to make arts and cultural education accessible to every child across the globe. Musemio has received international recognition by winning numerous awards, being published…

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Katie Top Tips: Do something that you believe in that gives you joy

Our guest and founder of Tortoise, Katie Vanneck Smith firmly believes that we can all do work that we believe in and enjoy. Her point is that we’re living the 100-year life so don’t spend it by doing something that you don’t love and doesn’t bring you joy. Work matters to us, we have to…

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Katie Vanneck-Smith: I really don’t care what anyone thinks about me

Katie Vanneck-Smith is the Co-founder and Publisher of Tortoise Media with James Harding and Matthew Barzun. Tortoiseis a slow media news platform that is committed to looking at what is drivingthe news and is builton a membershipmodel that is inclusiveand open –www.tortoisemedia.com Prior to this new adventure as an entrepreneur,Katiewas the President of Dow Jones…

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Polly Crook’s Top Tip: Find Your Passion!

Sign up for the MindStyling Newsletter: https://mindstyling.group/sign-up/ Polly Crook from The HOW People was straight to the point with her Top Tip: “Find your passion!” In today’s new episode, Becky and Amy reflect on what has helped them find and live their passion, and what has held them back. Are you living a life that…

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Jo Watkins Top Tips: One small change or decision every day

In today’s episode we explore the Top Tip prescribed for us by Dr. Jo Watkins of the HOW People: “One small change or decision every day” Join Becky and Amy as they celebrate how a focus on one small change each day, or getting 1% better, can vanquish overwhelm and help defend us from the…

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The How People: What would your advice be to your teenage self?

This week we are speaking to The How People founders, Polly Crook and Dr. Jo Watkins The HOW People connects teenage girls between 11-16 yrs to role models, mentors, coaching and community in a unique and exciting digital membership platform. The first of its kind in the UK, content is delivered via interactive live zoom…

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Cat Wildman’s Top Tip: get knocked down, dust yourself off and try again

Cat Wildman from GEC gave us a Top Tip that we love. “Never, never stop ever. So get knocked down, dust yourself off and try again, and just keep on coming on it. If it’s something that you think about all the time, and it’s a real passion in your heart.“ Becky and Amy discuss…

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Nic Ponsford Top Tip: You are not going to have all the skills you need so build a support network around you

Amy and Becky talk about Nic Ponsford’s top tip: You are not going to have all the skills you need so build a support network around you. Many of us are very independent, driven people and we have often been trained, through our upbringing to be very individual in our approaches to our work. This…

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The GEC: It’s not just women in leadership positions it goes all the way back

We have been joined by Nic Ponsford and Cat Wildman, co-founders of The Global Equality Collective (GEC). The Global Equality Collective, an app that gives leaders all the data, information and education they need to break their own new ground in gender equality and inclusion. We discussed: How a business came out of a twitter…

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A&K’s Top Tips: Don’t be intimidated by the language

Language is a powerful tool that we have at our disposal, allowing us to: Connect with others Build Rapport Develop an increased understanding But when you are an entrepreneur or leader you are constantly having to interact with people who use very different every-day vocabulary. In this episode Becky and Amy discuss the value of…

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