Motivational Monday Podcast

MM71 – How To Take Tiny Leaps To Make Big Changes with Gregg Clunis

Gregg Clunis is an author, successful entrepreneur and the host of Tiny Leaps, Big Changes. In the last 2 years, Gregg has helped thousands of people create real change in their lives through his own podcast Tiny Leaps, Big Changes. Gregg grew his podcast from 0 to 100,000 downloads in just 6 weeks...

MM70 – Britain’s Got Talent with Ellen Georgiou

Ellen Georgiou aka Brunette, songwriter & producer has dreamt about being a recording artist and songwriter since the age of 12. However, at the age of 17 that she met Guy Chambers, an established songwriter and producer best known for his work with Robbie Williams, Tom Jones and James Blunt. Ellen co wrote and produced with Guy Chambers ‘Under Surveillance’ which he later pitched to X-factor finalists and girl sensation, Little Mix. Ellen has since been invited to write for Syco, Simon Cowell's label and Kylie Minogue! Elllen has shared the stage with UK artists, Krept & Konan and Melissa Steel at KoKo and caught the eye of platinum selling producers and songwriting duo Da Beat Freakz as her mentors.

MM69 – One Girl Can with Lotte Davis

Lotte Davis is the Co-Founder of AG Hair, the only manufacturer of professional hair care products in Canada, with distribution to over 20,000 salons and beauty stores internationally. Lotte and her husband John Davis started AG Hair in 1989 in the basement of their North Vancouver home with a $5000 loan. Their hair care line, known for its integrity and meticulous selection of natural ingredients, has grown exponentially over the past 29 years and now employs over 100 people with projected sales of $35M this year. In 2008, she began building schools for girls in some of the poorest regions in Africa. By 2013, this initiative developed into the creation of her own NGO called One Girl Can, expanding the scope of the work she does in Africa to include scholarships for girls to secondary school and university, as well as a comprehensive mentoring and coaching program. Success for One Girl Can is realized only when these students begin to earn a living, and Lotte is personally invested in each girl to ensure she achieves this goal. Lotte is the 2016 winner of the YWCA Women of Distinction award for Entrepreneurship and Innovation.

MM67 – Crafting the Art of Storytelling

Larry Schuster is a speech coach based in Shanghai, China. He coaches speakers to give the best speech of their life. Not just a speech, but an experience. Larry also coaches startup CEOs on their investment pitches at Chinaccelerator, one of the world’s most successful startup incubators. And he is a TEDx coach and founder of The Storytelling Company.

MM65 – Chronicles In China

In this episode, I take you on a journey with me as I share my insights on 3 things aimed to help you develop more clarity, become clearer in your communication with others and how to craft the art of letting go.

MM64 – Evoking A Beautiful Mind Charles Agbemashior

Charles Agbemashior is a social entrepreneur with a passion for problem solving. He established WeGo Innovate as an ideas hub to encourage innovation among the youth. Out of that has come the JUNEOS Challenge - an experiment-based national science competition created to get schools, teachers and students thinking differently about how they teach and learn science. Experiments are based on each country's national curriculum but centre on drawing out key skills such as critical thinking, creativity and innovation that students can apply throughout their lives and careers. Ghana is the first country to benefit from this initiative but there are plans to roll the competition out to Nigeria and across Africa in coming years.

MM63 – Motivating Teens: When the Odds Are Stacked Against You with Sekela Ngamilo

Sekela Ngamilo is an ambitious student about to take up a place at the University of Oxford to study Jurisprudence (Law). A proactive individual, her interests stretch beyond academia, leading to her engaging in a variety of projects such as acting in two plays at Shakespeare’s Globe and reading Emmeline Pankhurst’s ‘Freedom or Death’ speech at the opening of the 2017 Women’s March. She hopes that her journey to Oxford can inspire others from disadvantaged backgrounds by highlighting how they too have the right to dream and aspire to achieve great things!

MM62 – Finding Your Way out of the Darkness with Lori Charles

Lori Charles is a qualified psychotherapist residing as a school counsellor within the United Kingdom. Lori strongly believes in equipping, educating and supporting her clients with the necessary tools to become more independent thus, emotionally aware to recognize the triggers in their lives and what necessary steps they need to take to recalibrate.

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