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Let Your Passion Lead You with Caroline SM – Episode 13

In Episode 13 I am joined by the incredible Caroline SM who breaks down her career path in-depth; from competition winner to work experience to blogger to A&R at XL Records and one of the head honchos at GRM Daily. We also discuss the important role mentors have played during Caroline’s journey, habits she has enforced in her life to help make her more efficient and why she is concentrating on happiness above her work.

*Contains strong language*

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Twitter: @carolinesm

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Use Self-Love To Achieve Your Best with The Slumflower – Episode 12

In Episode 12 I sit down with the amazing Slumflower to discuss self-love and the importance it can have in helping you to achieve the best version of yourself. Slumflower is an award-winning blogger and presenter who uses her voice to help empower women. During our chat we discuss her #SaggyBoobsMatter campaign as well as her #BlockHimParty, we also touch on the positive & negative impact social media can have on your mental health and what role the school system can play to educate children on this. And, of course, she also gives us her top tips on how you can show yourself self-love & loads more.

If you enjoy the episode, please leave a review or comment!

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IG: @theslumflower
Twitter: @theslumflower
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Carrying Out Your Plan with Tara Adlestone of MissFits Nutrition – Episode 11

In Episode 11 I am joined by Tara Adlestone, the 24-year-old co-founder of MissFits Nutrition – a protein supplement brand for women. We chat about how just over 12 months hard work has already started to pay off big time, how they’ve tailored their products specifically for the female market, how a simple idea turned into reality, how they source influencers to help promote their brand, the importance of community building, biggest inspiration and Tara also gives us her tips on how to stay connected and present in your every day life.
There’s some great nuggets in this one – particularly if you’re looking to have a go at your own start-up and the kind of mentality you need to pull through with it.
Hope you guys enjoy!

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IG: @missfitsnutrition
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Learn From Within Yourself with Meggan Roxanne – Episode 10

In Episode 10 I’m joined by the very inspirational Meggan Roxanne, who is the co-founder of thegoodquote. During the conversation we discuss how she built her platform to over 20m followers on Instagram, selling £250k worth of merchandise, how she dealt with depression, the importance of self-love, her mother’s battle with Cancer and why she feels mentorships are so vital.

Hope you guys enjoy this one!

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IG: @thegoodquote / @roxannesvibe

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Trust Your Instinct with Joivan Wade – Episode 09

In Episode 09 I am joined by Joivan Wade who is an actor, writer and CEO of his own Social Media platform. During the chat we talk about his education at the BRIT school, why he follows his gut instinct most of the time, how he started his own YouTube channel and platform gaining Billions of views, how he got acting roles in two of the UK’s most loved TV shows, transitioning into movie roles, why he is now using his platform to help bring through upcoming comedians & actors and more.

Joivan is a very positive person who carries around a real buzz and energy with him. It’s great to see someone who is not only focussed on his own career but on helping the career of others in the process. There’s loads of great nuggets of information in this one, I hope you guys enjoy.

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IG: @joivan_wade / @thewallofcomedy
Twitter: @JoivanWade

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The Art Of The Hustle with Context – Episode 08

In Episode 08, I am joined by Context aka Dr George Musgrave who is not only a Rapper but also a University Lecturer in Cultural Sociology & Entrepreneurship. In the conversation we spoke about how Context got into music, how he got signed to a major label, the financial restraints he lived with whilst balancing his music career with studying, his relentless work rate and also the amazing research paper he did around the links between working in the music industry and mental health issues.

Context is a very knowledgeable guy who has experienced massive highs and lows throughout his career. His refreshingly open and honest outlook on his experiences was a real pleasure to listen to and I hope you guys can take as much from this chat as I did.

Follow Context:
Twitter: @Context_
Research paper: Can Music Make You Sick?

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Being True To Yourself with Ciara London – Episode 07

In Episode 07, I chat with Ciara London who is a Personal Trainer and Fitness Instructor. We discuss why she decided to leave her job in the city after 6 years to pursue a career in the fitness industry, why her friends are her biggest inspiration, how she built up a client base using Instagram, being true to herself & her values, why she stresses the importance of living a fun life, her 12 week workout plan & how she structured it and more.

Ciara’s message of being true to yourself and having strong values is a very important one as too much of the time we go with the flow of our work and day to day lives without questioning what it is we really want to be doing. There’s a lot of really great nuggets of information in this one. Also, we recorded the episode at the gym she works out of and there was a loud Zumba class in the room next door so apologies for any background noise! Hope you enjoy.

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IG: @ciaralondon

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Following Your Own Path with Ralph Hardy – Episode 06

In Episode 06 I sat down with the don Ralph Hardy to talk about everything he does from, broadcasting on radio, to curating albums, to working with music artists, to running his own club night, to producing his own music, DJing & more.

Ralph is a very special character to carries himself in a cloud of positivity and energy, living his life with the message of “existing in the presence” – which is a very refreshing outlook on life. Hopefully you guys can get a sense of the passion and energy Ralph talks about his work and can channel some of his words into your own lives.

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Twitter/IG: @RalphHardy

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SC: @thatsnang
IG: thatsnang

Listen to Growing Pains:
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Finding Your Voice – with Alya Mooro – Episode 05

In Episode 05 I am joined by Alya Mooro who talks about how she got into and defined herself within Journalism. She has written for publications such as the New York Post, Grazia & The Debrief amongst others.

Alya discusses how she started out as a blogger and intern, importance of the 10,000 hour rule, quality over quantity, pitching etiquette, learning not to limit her skills, tips for networking on social media how she monetised her writing ability and more.

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IG/Twitter @MoorizZLA
Blog: moorizzla.com

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Taking A Leap Of Faith – with Moz – Episode 04

In Episode 04 I am joined by Moz, who apart from being my best mate and a business partner, runs his own artist management and record label. Having left his full time job in the record industry, Moz took a leap of faith to set up his own company and take on management of his artist Jay Prince in a full time capacity.

During the chat we speak about hustling to get his first job in the record industry, his experiences in different working environments, how a life-threatening operation changed his outlook, what he learnt from being on tour with Chance The Rapper and loads more. Hope you enjoy this one!

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IG/Twitter: @Mozzatron

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Twitter: @cosanostra
SC: @cosanostrasounds
IG: @cosanostragram

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