Tag: podcasts

  • Christine Tremoulet | Flour, Fables and Fleeing North

    Christine Tremoulet | Flour, Fables and Fleeing North

    Last updated on February 7th, 2024 at 08:29 amWorking on this week’s episode—where I interview Christine Tremoulet, a story strategist—made me realise how much my storytelling’s changed of late. If you’ve been around a while, you’ll be all too familiar with the ongoing struggle I’ve had with the never-ending piles of ideas I have on paper.…

  • Errol Elumir | Just Give Me the Puzzles!

    Errol Elumir | Just Give Me the Puzzles!

    Last updated on February 7th, 2024 at 08:28 amIf there’s one thing podcasting teaches you, it’s flexibility. My conversation with Errol dates a few weeks back when I had to reschedule my recording with Richard Badra and went to Facebook in search of volunteers. And so, dozens of friends later, I remembered a conversation I…

  • Carlos Diaz & Rob Tinkler | It Takes Two to Tango

    Carlos Diaz & Rob Tinkler | It Takes Two to Tango

    Last updated on February 7th, 2024 at 08:27 amIt’s always nice to take a break from our lives and spend a little time on vacation, but when you own your own business, you need to plan for that. Eight Tiny Reindeer, Two Great Friends, One Awesome Episode! One thing 2018’s taught me is that I…

  • Richard Badra | What Craft Chocolate’s All About!

    Richard Badra | What Craft Chocolate’s All About!

    Last updated on February 7th, 2024 at 08:27 amAs an entrepreneur, people will often tell you that you can’t do something, and you need to do whatever’s in your power to prove them wrong. While we didn’t cover the naysayers in his life, I’m sure Richard Badra can relate—leaving the stable world of accounting for…

  • Rhiannon Langford | Don’t be Afraid of the Doula!

    Rhiannon Langford | Don’t be Afraid of the Doula!

    Last updated on February 7th, 2024 at 08:26 amOne day, I’ll be able to get a full night’s sleep without feeling like I’m leaving hours on the table because I haven’t written. “Don’t be Afraid of the Doula” marks the last of the interviews I did in the summer before life got all wonky and…