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MindStyling for Entrepreneurs showcases leaders who aren’t afraid to push the boundaries. We join hosts Dr Becky Sage and Amy Armstrong as they interview a diverse range of entrepreneurs who’ve cut their own path to success. Our top-tips episodes will distill some of the techniques that people running their own businesses use to get through the challenges and celebrate the successes in a healthy and sustainable way. We give you the tools to start "MindStyling" for yourself, we invite you to ...
 
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Season 1 finale! Season 2 coming soon! Jesse Itzler invited a Navy SEAL to live with him for a month and put him through extreme fitness training. Living with a SEAL is that story. Special Guest, Carmen Ekdahl, coach to police officers and other first responders, joins Alyssa and Nitya for a discussion about leadership in the context of daily threa…
 
In today's Top Tips episode, Amy and Becky reflect on Kerstyn and Suzi's warning: "Don't kitchen-sink it: keep it simple. It's all about the problem." We muse how easy it is as entrepreneurs and instinctive innovators, to try to do everything, and be everything, to everybody. Instead we think about: How to say no, and prioritise effectively. Findin…
 
Kerstyn Comley PhD and Suzi Godson, soon to be PhD are co-founders of MeeToo, an app that allows people to talk anonymously about difficult things with other people of a similar age or experience. The MeeToo mission is to provide mental help to everyone, everywhere by delivering pre-moderated, anonymous digital peer support which is effective, acce…
 
In this episode Becky and Amy reflect on the criticality of Heather Lyons' Top Tip: "Hire really good people." No business leader would dispute the value of this; for founders, great hires are particularly important. We muse on the common pitfalls around hiring for start ups. We emphasise the value of hire slow and fire fast: The wrong people can b…
 
Heather Lyons is the co-founder of Blue Shift Coding, a company on a mission to empower young people to be more than tech consumers, to be digital creators! Heather originally trained as an architect, but had always worked in technology as a user experience (UX) designer. In 2013, Heather was approached by some mums who were keen for their children…
 
Susan David shares why emotional agility is a crucial leadership skill and teaches a four-part process for working with emotions to extract the wisdom they bring us without overwhelming us. Alyssa, Kate, and Nitya talk about the power of getting to know our emotions and learning how to relate to them without being directed by them. We share some pe…
 
In this week's Top Tips episode, Becky and Amy celebrate Kate Dimbleby's Top Tip: "Ask yourself questions. Keep talking to yourself because you'll find some really interesting answers. Ask is that true?" As business leaders, an ability to step back and understand the context within which we are making decisions is invaluable for our personal and bu…
 
Kate Dimbleby, co-founder of Stornaway.io has been working for 25 years as a producer, performer, singer, songwriter, teacher and facilitator. She has recorded 6 albums and has toured the world with theatrical music shows, working with world-class musicians, writers and other artists to tell stories about women's voices. Kate has developed a struct…
 
In this week's Top Tip episode, Becky and Amy reflect on Alison Wood's Top Tip to add "in your opinion" to any advice you are given. She urges us to remember opinions are not facts. You get to collate opinions and decide what to do with them. Becky and Amy reflect on: The importance of getting clear about your core purpose, big vision, and the step…
 
In today's episode, Amy and Becky reflect on Sam Woodham's top tip, to never underestimate your unique perspective. "If you're lucky enough to have an idea, don't let it go. Give it a go." We discuss the challenges of how to stick with an idea, and persist against the odds as you transform it from just a niggle in your head into a service or produc…
 
Alison Wood is the founder of Lilypads, a social venture which aims to ensure menstruation is not a barrier to education through the sale of affordable reusable sanitary pads and provision of menstrual health education. She created Lilypads after learning that schoolgirls in Kenya were exchanging sex for sanitary pads, to remain in education. Throu…
 
Jerry Colonna believes that better humans make better leaders. In Reboot, he shares what that means and how we can all become better humans and better leaders. Kate, Nitya, and Alyssa talk about the power of radical self-inquiry, becoming fierce with reality, and facing the crucible moments that transform good leaders into great ones. This conversa…
 
Samantha Woodham is an award winning family law barrister. With Harry Gates she co-founded The Divorce Surgery, which turns the traditional model of bitter adversarial legal proceedings on its head. Their unique model offers one lawyer for one couple, at a fixed fee many, many times lower than the average cost of legal proceedings. The Divorce Surg…
 
In her interview with MindStyling, Deborah Coughlin, founder of Method X gives a rallying call to women, challenging us all to value ourselves professionally at a higher rate. In this episode, Amy and Becky recognise the gender pay gap is as critical an issue for entrepreneurs as it is for large corporate employees: Research in 2018 revealed that s…
 
Deborah Coughlin is the founder of Method X, an organisation that is creating scalable prevention of poor mental health for the mass market. Her mission is to democratise good mental health, and end the mental health poverty gap. Deborah is a creative innovator and entrepreneur who often subverts the usual way we look at things. She's a creator of …
 
Helena's Top Tip is that there is no silver bullet out there. Rather success is all about consistent force in one direction. In today's episode, Amy and Becky reflect on the importance of this insight, and how: Searching for your silver bullet can distract you from doing the crucial work. It is the accumulative impact of all of your actions which t…
 
In the second part of our interview with Helena Hills from TrueStart Coffee. We dug deep into how the TrueStart team invested every penny they had to rebrand and ensure that the visual representation of the brand was truly reflective of the values, vision and energy that they wanted to convey. This unleashed a whole new trajectory for TrueStart and…
 
What would change if you celebrated learning you were wrong about something in service of being right? Alyssa, Kate, and Nitya talk about why leaders need to be comfortable changing their minds for the right reasons, how to cultivate a scientist mindset, and why rethinking your positions is valuable even when you don't change your mind. Listen in i…
 
Helena Hills is the founder of True Start Coffee, we talked about so much that we decided to split this episode in two..... Next episode coming soon. In this episode we focused on the value of positive energy and ADHD. In part two we discuss rebranding and learning as you go when you build a business from scratch. TrueStart is feel-good coffee that…
 
This week, Amy and Becky sit down to share stories and ponder on the challenges and wonders of finding and doing what comes from the heart. First though, we start with the complexities behind Keri's rallying cry - 'you are not your circumstances.' We reflect that: Perspective and understanding of our circumstances can support us to shake off being …
 
Keri Andriana is a multi award winning handbag designer, CEO & Founder of UK affordable luxury handbag brand Amschela. Following the loss of her 15 year legal career, Keri also experienced a relationship breakdown which resulted in the loss of her family home. Homeless, with two children the brand was created as Keri pondered on what to do next. Si…
 
Do you have laser focus? This is Mel Rodrigues’ Top Tip for listeners. In this episode, Amy and Becky consider the value of focus at a macro and a micro level in business, and how neither is necessarily easy to achieve. Sometimes it’s not even appropriate. Are you at the stage in your business cycle where you have sufficient information to be able …
 
Mel Rodrigues is Founder and Creative Director of Gritty Talent – a Bristol based company designing inclusive technology for the TV and Film sector to help bridge its talent gaps. Gritty Talent is a Bristol based start-up, designing smart, inclusive technology for the TV and Film sector to help bridge its talent gaps. The free app will be available…
 
In today’s episode, Amy and Becky reflect on this week's Top Tip from Heidi Gardner: Ask for help - it is what will grow your business. This week, we decided we'd turn this into an action, and posed ourselves the very specific question: “What can we ask for help with to maximise growth and impact?” In our conversation about our conclusions for Mind…
 
Subscribe and Share to help Heidi's inspiring story reach more people. Dr. Heidi Gardner is the founder of Science on a postcard and a Research Fellow at the University of Aberdeen, focusing on efficiency of clinical trails. She started science On A Postcard to demonstrate that scientists are people just like everyone else, a diverse group of peopl…
 
If you only remembered 10 things about leadership, what should they be? Alyssa, Kate, and Nitya talk about the fundamental truths about leadership that do not change over time. We discuss the three elements that create the conditions for trust, the relationship between values and employee engagement, and what love has to do with leadership. Listen …
 
In today’s Top Tip episode, Amy and Becky reflect on Jillian Kowalchuk’s advice to, “You need to build yourself first” Are you secure in yourself? Who you are? What you stand for? Amy and Becky get under the skin of what this means in practice. How can we get more comfortable with trusting ourselves to make decisions, take action, and move through …
 
Jillian Kowalchuk is an award-winning entrepreneur as the Founder & CEO of Safe & The City, using technology and data intelligence to design safety in digital and physical spaces. She was given the Exceptional Talent in Technology by the U.K. Home Office, winner of JCI Contribution to Human rights and was listed as the Top 20 Women in Data in the U…
 
Dr Chen Davies' Top Tip urges us to remember, “It is a marathon. You have to pace yourself…. Be patient - things will happen, when you try your best.” In today’s episode, Amy and Becky reflect on how we can keep going, despite no evident results. We open with Chen’s reference to Chinese Bamboo, the fastest growing tree on the planet. Its seed lies …
 
Dr. Chen Mao Davies is the Founder and CEO of LatchAid. She holds a PhD in Computer Graphics and has over 15 years software R&D experience. She spent the past 10 years working in a world-class R&D team to create stunning Visual Effects for feature films including the Oscar & BAFTA award-winning Gravity and Blade Runner 2049. Chen had a dream career…
 
Caz Ike’s Top Tip was to learn how to be restful and relax your mind one short moment at a time. In today’s episode, Amy and Becky reflect on their different responses to this perennial challenge, and invite listeners to get curious about what works best for them. Together we reflect on: How to create stillness and peace, from simply switching off …
 
This is the first episode in our series featuring the 2021/22 Innovate UK Women in Innovation award winners. More details about the programme can be found in the links below. Caz Icke is a specialist Physiotherapist with over 13 years of neurorehab experience both in the UK and Canada, and is currently practicing at the Frenchay Brain Injury Unit i…
 
In this MindStyling Top Tips episode, join Becky and Amy as they reflect on Miisa Mink’s invitation to us all to ask, “What’s keeping me small?” In line with Miisa’s urging not to rush the process, Becky and Amy ponder the questions beneath the question: Do I feel small? If so, when? What are my triggers? Why am I triggered? What is holding me back…
 
Miisa Mink is an award-winning women’s empowerment activist and founder and chief doer at DrivenWoman – a fast-growing empowerment platform and a global community for ambitious women who want to achieve their goals and aspirations. She’s a serial entrepreneur who started her career in marketing and branding, building a successful branding agency ne…
 
What do you need to do in the first few months in a new leadership role to set yourself up for success? Kate, Nitya, and Alyssa talk about the process Michael D. Watkins recommends for navigating the first three months on a job without falling into any of the common traps and pitfalls. We discuss his suggested techniques and some of the real world …
 
In this episode Amy and Becky reflect on the top tips from Olga Kravchenko of Musemio: “Just do it!” and “Don’t be afraid to follow up with people you haven’t spoken to in a while.” Join us as we ponder how easy it is to get caught up inside our own heads, and let distorted thinking stop our instinct to reach out for support and feedback. We ask: A…
 
Olga Kravchenko​ is ​CEO​ of ​Musemio​, an award-winning virtual reality educational platform that brings culture to children in a way they enjoy the most - by playing. The company’s vision is to make arts and cultural education accessible to every child across the globe. Musemio has received international recognition by winning numerous awards, be…
 
Our guest and founder of Tortoise, Katie Vanneck Smith firmly believes that we can all do work that we believe in and enjoy. Her point is that we’re living the 100-year life so don’t spend it by doing something that you don’t love and doesn’t bring you joy. Work matters to us, we have to recognise that. On this top tips episode we discussed: The te…
 
Katie Vanneck-Smith is the Co-founder and Publisher of Tortoise Media with James Harding and Matthew Barzun. Tortoise is a slow media news platform that is committed to looking at what is driving the news and is built on a membership model that is inclusive and open - www.tortoisemedia.com Prior to this new adventure as an entrepreneur, Katie was t…
 
Sign up for the MindStyling Newsletter: https://mindstyling.group/sign-up/ Polly Crook from The HOW People was straight to the point with her Top Tip: “Find your passion!” In today’s new episode, Becky and Amy reflect on what has helped them find and live their passion, and what has held them back. Are you living a life that serves you most powerfu…
 
In today’s episode we explore the Top Tip prescribed for us by Dr. Jo Watkins of the HOW People: “One small change or decision every day” Join Becky and Amy as they celebrate how a focus on one small change each day, or getting 1% better, can vanquish overwhelm and help defend us from the perils of perfectionism. We reflect on how continuous improv…
 
This week we are speaking to The How People founders, Polly Crook and Dr. Jo Watkins The HOW People connects teenage girls between 11-16 yrs to role models, mentors, coaching and community in a unique and exciting digital membership platform. The first of its kind in the UK, content is delivered via interactive live zoom calls weekly which are reco…
 
Cat Wildman from GEC gave us a Top Tip that we love. “Never, never stop ever. So get knocked down, dust yourself off and try again, and just keep on coming on it. If it's something that you think about all the time, and it's a real passion in your heart.“ Becky and Amy discuss how they use their work ethic to push forward and be resilient. We talk …
 
Amy and Becky talk about Nic Ponsford's top tip: You are not going to have all the skills you need so build a support network around you. Many of us are very independent, driven people and we have often been trained, through our upbringing to be very individual in our approaches to our work. This is an admirable trait, however, we are never going t…
 
We have been joined by Nic Ponsford and Cat Wildman, co-founders of The Global Equality Collective (GEC). The Global Equality Collective, an app that gives leaders all the data, information and education they need to break their own new ground in gender equality and inclusion. We discussed: How a business came out of a twitter account Building a pl…
 
What does it mean to take the idea that words matter seriously? Nitya, Kate, and special guest Margaret Leahy talk about the four ways Don Miguel Ruiz says we should honor the power of our words. We discuss how these four agreements serve as guideposts for leaders to speak with integrity and pay attention to their impact. Listen in if you have ever…
 
Language is a powerful tool that we have at our disposal, allowing us to: Connect with others Build Rapport Develop an increased understanding But when you are an entrepreneur or leader you are constantly having to interact with people who use very different every-day vocabulary. In this episode Becky and Amy discuss the value of active listening, …
 
When was the last time you played? When was the last time you purposefully injected fun into your life ? We talked to Alison Cryan and Dr KT Cooper, the co-founders of A&K’s Playground. They believe everyone can embrace play. You might just need a little helping hand to get started, and that is where they come in. Using intergenerational play, Alis…
 
In today's new episode we discuss Amber Probyn, co-founder of Satis Urinal's Top Tip: "Always Bring Your Own Tone" Do you ever minimise your energy because of other people in the room? If they are at a 4/10 don’t match them. If you are at an 8/10 - stay at an 8/10. We talk about: 💪Curating environments that give you good energy; 💪Finding your super…
 
Amy and Becky are bringing their skills as educators in Cardiff and Exeter business schools respectively to discuss Hazel’s top tip about being careful who you bring with you on your entrepreneurial journey. We started by talking about the topic of bringing people around you, which led us to think about: how we understand each other; how we design …
 
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