This episode blew my mind. Don’t miss it. I’m talking with John Lash. At 18, he pulled a pistol on someone and shot them dead.
He got a life sentence in a US jail. But inside prison he went on a journey that led him to a passionate belief in the ideas and practices of nonviolence.
Alan Donohoe is an independent film maker in his 20s. Without industry backing he managed to write, fund, direct and star in a full length feature film. It’s called “I Have A Bad Feeling About This.”
It is an impressive, inspirational feat in itself – added to by the fact that it’s a very funny, enjoyable film too.
In this episode I chat with co host Emma Bird about how to claim your power.
We look at the key value of autonomy, and the most precious commodity we all have – time.
We discuss how to get what you need without permission, and how to use time in service of your own dreams rather than someone else’s.
In today’s episode, co-host Emma Bird asks me to discuss one of my personal passions – Non Violent Communication.
What is it? How did it change my life? How did it change my approach to my political beliefs? And how can you use it to enrich your own life?
Today I’m talking to Jenny Radcliffe who has the most unusual job!
Now you’ve all heard of computer hackers? Well Jenny is a professional people hacker.
She doesn’t target technology to breach a company’s security. She targets people. And she does it using old fashioned detective work, psychology and persuasion.
Today I’m talking to The Happiness Man, Ed Croft.
Ed is one half of the successful comedy music duo JollyBoat. So making people happy is what Ed does for a living.
But he’s also one of the happiest people I know. So I wanted to talk to him to discover his secret. What is the recipe for a happy life?
In this episode I talk to successful business person Howard Northover about what it takes to be able to make money.
He lifts the lid on what we need to be successful in business.
Amongst his clients are some seriously wealthy people. He’s discovered the things that all of his wealthiest clients have in common.
David Alnwick is a successful comedy magician. There are many things I admire about Dave. He’s super good at what he does. He is someone who is really up for life. Wherever there’s something fun, there’s Dave. And I’ve always been really struck by how good his social skills are.
Sarah Ludford has spent the last several years of her life immersed in the practice of Non Violent Communication (NVC).
NVC was developed by the inspirational psychotherapist Marshall Rosenberg. He sought to find a way to ensure that we all get our needs met without conflict. He wanted to understand why some appear to get pleasure from contributing to the lives of others, while some seem to get pleasure from causing hurt.
Can you imagine not having a home? That’s how it is for Kerensa Durr since she quit her job and her New Jersey apartment.
She decided to escape the rat race and the career with the long hours.
Now she and her husband live in an vehicle instead – a motorhome.