Steph Turton is a digital entrepreneur from Mansfield, UK, and founder of handbagholic.co.uk, which resells designer handbags. In this episode, Steph talks about finding her entrepreneurial spirit, how to plan out your business idea, and the personal impact and benefits that come from believing in yourself.
In this episode, we chat with activist and writer, Stephen Donnan-Dalzell about growing up in east Belfast, their journey into (and out of) Northern Irish politics, their work on the marriage equality campaign, and their own approach to self-care.
When is the right time to pursue the career you always wanted? Perry Glikman (AKA Coach Perry) worked as a software engineer for almost 30 years before he became a certified life coach, and hasn't looked back since. We discuss listening to instinct, risks and rewards of career transformation, and how his family reacted to his decision.
Claire Bale is a British woman of mixed-race heritage, who launched thatsabitracey.com, an open and honest blog about race, equality, diversity and inclusion. In this episode, Claire chats about her upbringing in Nottingham, the events that led to her starting her blog, and what she has learned about herself as a result.
Stephen Spillane is a community activist, member of the Green Party, and an active member of both the Church of Ireland (Protestant) and LGBTQ communities in his native city of Cork, Ireland. In this episode, Stephen discusses how his faith is closely linked to the various community work, his political views, and his sense of belonging in the world.