Mylo Kaye interviews inspiring individuals with stories that put life into perspective. We all have our struggles, and this podcast aims to give a raw account of the inspiring people changing the world in this un-edited, honest and pretty hard-hitting series.
If you're interested in becoming part of the podcast to share your story, please reach out.
Part 1 of my story goes back to the beginning, where I find myself landing my dream job in Liverpool. Having the life's dream of working in tech, and then battling confidence issues, I go on a roller coaster of emotions that see's me doing all that I had ever dreamed off, but then losing it all, without me even realising it.
Special thanks to Nathan who gave me some valuable feedback to help me go back through and record this additional in-depth episode.
Mylo Kaye talks openly, and frank in this podcast which explores the ups and downs of business, positive thinking, the future of technology and why having a social purpose in your business will set you apart from your competitors.
Once homeless now an entrepreneur, Mylo also shares his story of resilience and determination through losing everything and why having a positive mindset will let you overcome anything.
New episodes first Tuesday of every month.
When he was 21, Jack was diagnosed with testicular cancer. An active, healthy young lad, Jack's world was torn apart.
Now on a mission to spread the message that all guys should regularly check their 'balls', he talks openly about his struggles, how he came to tell his mother and why we need to break down the stigmas associated with our bits.
Visit the charity: http://www.baggytrousersuk.org
Mylo Kaye interviews inspiring individuals with stories that put life into perspective. We all have our struggles, and I aim to give a raw account of the inspiring people I meet in a un-edited, honest and pretty hard-hitting podcast.
I try to keep this podcast as real as possible, with little or no editing, while I try my best to keep it real, please excuse any small hiccups.
If you're interested in becoming part of the podcast to share your story, and we all have our own story that means something to us, I would encourage you to get in touch.
Brian Higgins, once professional Thai Boxer, had life-changing injuries on holiday in Barbados. A jet ski accident left him stranded in a foreign country with a broken back. Without insurance his life began spiralling out of control, living in the back of his car, homeless for months.
His now business partner gave him the opportunity of a lifetime, since then has been on a tremendous, but a thought-provoking journey that has seen him become the chief operating officer of Eoovi, and now, he's back in the ring once again.
I talk to Dr Libby Artingstall - Co-Founder & Director, Team Mental Health. We talk about why children should be taught how to look after their brains, and how you can support your colleagues with mental health at work. Get tips and advice on how to look after your employees and have a happier workplace.
Libby is someone I admire greatly for the work she and her team are doing and I would love to see more of this work in our schools and workplaces.
**About Team Mental Health**
Team Mental Health was founded by three professionals who have worked as a consultant child and adolescent psychiatrist, consultant forensic psychiatrist and an experienced headteacher who is the chief executive officer of a multi-academy trust.
As friends with significant collective experience of working with children, young people and adults experiencing mental health problems, we became acutely aware of the limitations in support for mental health and wellbeing. https://mylokaye.com/category/transcript
Mylo Kaye talks openly, and frank in this podcast which explores the ups and downs of business, positive thinking, the future of technology and why having a social purpose in your business will set you apart from your competitors. Once homeless now an entrepreneur, Mylo also shares his story of resilience and determination through losing everything and why having a positive mindset will let you overcome anything.
Mylo Kaye is a digital strategy consultant based in Manchester, U.K. He helps digital businesses and start-ups grow and succeed through sharing his successes and failures of running and marketing his own companies over the past ten years.
Not shy at admitting he's had failed ideas and businesses, he is straight-talking and honest in his approach of coaching and developing the young entrepreneurs of today.
Mylo has won numerous awards, sat on investment committees and been part of some of the most exciting digital initiatives across Manchester and the U.K.
Mylo Kaye is available for consultancy, mentoring and speaking opportunities.
Find out more at www.mylokaye.com