Introducing ‘My Career Story’ – a podcast that I have created to share the many career stories that have shaped the people behind them, and to encourage future generations to trust more in the process than stressing over getting it right the first time.
Why focus on career stories?
As someone who has recently left the security of full-time employment to set up my own business, my biggest surprise has been learning to enjoy the journey I have embarked upon – one which has all too often taken me outside of my comfort zone, against my will, leading to new personal and professional growth. In a world increasingly filled with ambiguity and uncertainty over the future it’s important, not just for our young people, but for us all to start thinking more closely about the direction in which our careers are moving, learning to become more flexible in our approach. I’m hopeful that by sharing the career stories of others to inspire someone, somewhere to take charge of their career in order to realise their full potential.
Guests featured in Season 1 will include:
Kathy Caprino - an internationally-recognized career and executive coach, writer, speaker and leadership trainer dedicated to the advancement of women in business
Jamala Osman - social enterpreneur and former apprentice at Barclays UK and a pupil of mine from 2016-18
Neil Spring - writer of 4 psychological chillers, many of which are inspired by real events
Polly McGee - author of ‘The Good Hustle’, Yogi, Entrepreneur and Buddhadharma
Rupy Aujla - the NHS GP who started 'The Doctor's Kitchen'. A project to inspire patients about the beauty of food and the medicinal effects of eating well
To be featured as a future guest simply email via the ‘Contact Me’ page - I would LOVE to hear from you!
As a recent graduate of Seth Godin’s Podcasting Fellowship I am now an accredited podcast producer ready to assist you with the initial concept, recording, editing and publishing. We’ve listened to stories since the dawn of time, and now all your brand needs is the right platform and a pair of headphones to tell yours too.