99: How to Make an Exciting Career out of Saving the World with Stephen Prior

In this episode I interviewed Stephen Prior of Forest Carbon UK, a firm dedicated to voluntary woodland creation in the UK, removing millions of tons of CO2 from the atmosphere and providing all the environmental benefits that go along with it. Sustainability and the environment are topics everyone seems to be thinking about (at last).  However, Stephen’s firm has been at the forefront for years.  His former career, as a headmaster, was one way of making the world a better place but how...


98: How to Get on the Right Career Path Early with Fiona Arnold

Fiona Arnold is an expert career coach specialising in helping young people. She has advice for students at all stages starting from making the right choices at GCSE Level. (Some universities will be looking at your GCSE results) Fiona shares loads of tips and links in the podcast but here are a few ideas to get us going: If you are one of those lucky people who know (or think they know) what they want to do for a career, you’ll need to choose GCSE’s which will lead on to your chosen...


97: How to Make a Change and Make a Difference with Rhian Sherrington

Break it Down Climate change can seem overwhelming  but one of the big changes you can make is in your career.  This month’s podcast with Rhian Sherrington explores how you can move into a career in sustainability even if your skills are not technical or science based.  Whatever your specialist area, you can make a difference. Rhian is a successful author and career coach currently working with the women in sustainability network but more about that later. To start, Rhian has some ideas of...


96: How to Have a Happy Hustle with Bec Evans

This month’s podcast is an interview with Bec Evans, author of the new book, How to Have a Happy Hustle: The Complete Guide to Making Your Ideas Happen. It’s very much drawn from her own experience of turning her own side hustle into a successful business. I think you’ll love it as much as I did. One thing I took from our conversation is that the opportunity to start something new is available to everyone, though people don’t always realise it. Bec shares lots of stories from people...


95: How to Be an Entrepreneur - Right Now!

What does it take to start your own growing business, write a series of successful books, be named in Forbes 30 Under-30 Social Entrepreneurs and an international power lifter on the GB team? Jodie Cook does it all and she shared with me how she’s achieved so much in this month’s podcast.  When is the Right Time? Social Media expert, Jodie Cook, didn’t plan to start her own business after leaving university but she followed her love for social media and that's where it led. She was...