We had the pleasure of speaking to Rosie Millen, otherwise known as Miss Nutritionist. We spoke about how Rosie suffered severe burnout which led to 3 years of being bed bound and struggling with her mental health throughout those years. Rosie explains how she managed to recover from burnout and managed to maintain her business and discusses the symptoms and triggers to look out for.
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James Eder is an Entrepreneur, speaker, mentor & coach who has been on quite a journey both in business & personally. James, Co-founder of Students Beans and founder of Causr, discusses the story of how he came to create both the companies and the hardships along the way. James opens up about the life changing news of being told he’s got a rare heart condition and living with the reality of potentially needing a heart transplant.
Jack Parsons is a young entrepreneur and CEO of the Big Youth Group. He takes through the Big Youth Group's vision and the amazing work they do with young people. Jack discusses his business battle scars and the lessons he learnt from past failures. He speaks openly about the importance of mental health and mental fitness after having his own encounters with mental health issues in the past.
In episode 3 of this series, we sat down with Sunday Times Bestselling Author Brian Wood. Brian talks about his experiences serving in the military in Iraq, Afghanistan and specifically about the famous Battle of Danny Boy, which ended up being a major turning point in his life for so many different reasons. We discuss the after-effects of the battle, reintegrating back into family life & the infamous Al-Sweady Inquiry.
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We sat down with Ollie Forsyth, an inspirational 21 year old entrepreneur who runs The Makers Podcast. Ollie talks us through his journey of building a business while still at school, building an incredible network and how he dealt with being bullied.
In our first podcast, Mark speaks openly and candidly about how he dealt with his wife committing suicide. Mark tells us his story and how he’s learning to live with grief. He describes how his friend signed him up for the Channel 4 show SAS: Who dares wins and eventually went on to win it. Just a year on from his wife’s passing, we discuss the importance of mental health, and what more can be done.