My mission is to inspire creatives from across the spectrum of the arts, music and business to take the next step to fulfil their dreams, whether to be an art student, professional artist or make a serious breakthrough.
Based in the UK near Brighton, Mark Anderson offers career counselling and coaching programmes for adults and students both in the UK and internationally. Mark is a qualified Career Coach whose work has taken him as far as Eastern Europe and the USA. Since 2001 he has been helping individuals to find out how to choose a career, whether it’s at the start of their working life or in the middle. For his consultancy work in schools, Mark has also recently been awarded Youth Coach of the Year 2015 by the Coaching Academy, the largest Life Coach training organisation in Europe.
His mission is to help individuals to know how to choose a career path that not only helps them to pay the bills but also a pathway that serves as a platform for them to truly express who they are, whilst empowering them to take control of their career.
Hey Right Brain Stories: in this eagerly awaited episode, I interview Bianca Best, Global Managing Director of Blink a new business division of Mediacom part of WPP, the media and advertising giant. We discuss how she is growing the business, mental health awareness at work, finding your own work life balance empathy in business and her earlier entrepreneurial success. Last time I looked her book, Flourish was at number 2 on the Amazon Best Sellers list...maybe its number 1 now! Really great chat which could easily be on the digital culture change podcast too.
You can find Bianca here: http://biancabest.com/
I hope you enjoy my interview with Bianca Best on this episode of Right Brain Stories.
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