Taking Care of Business is an honest and raw, real-life podcast (and also a book) on how to grow a successful business whilst taking care of what matters most...yourself. The podcast features some of the most successful business leaders in the UK, mixed in with some inspirational guests from the worlds of sport and media. Paul, a working-class guy, has himself started and grown a number of privately owned and publicly listed companies. The Taking Care of Business book is available to buy in Waterstones, Amazon, WHSmith and more.
Empowered Women is the story of some of the North's finest female entrepreneurs and their stories of how they each made it in their industries. This podcast was recorded at the Leeds home of Sedulo in front of a live audience.
From Episode 2 Paul will take the role of the interviewer, but to kick off the series Paul will be on the other side of the microphone discussing how he started multi-million-pound financial services firm, Sedulo, with just a credit card, as well as managing his issues with anxiety at the same time.
Paul interviews Holly Moore about her journey in setting up Make Events and the struggles that come with owning a business as well as talking about mental health.
This week Paul interviews the founder of children's bereavement charity, Once Upon A Smile, and star of ITV's Prey, Hollyoaks and more, Daniel Jillings, about his journey in setting up the charity whilst balancing the work with his career as an actor.
This week Paul interviews the Executive Chairman of retail giant, JD Sports, about their journey to a £5b company and how they're bucking the trend and proving the high street isn't dead.
This week Paul interviews the founders of Forever Unique and stars of 'The Real Housewives of Cheshire', Seema & Sandeep Malhotra about what it's like being married and in business together, managing that work-life balance and juggling filming a TV show on top of it all.
This week Paul interviews motivational speaker and founder of the ICanSpeak Academy about his story overcoming adversity and sharing his powerful iCan approach to life and business.
To kick off the second series, Paul reflects on the highs and lows of running his business in 2018, as well as looking back over the Series 1 guests and revealing some of the names lined up for Series 2.
This week Paul chats to an inspirational speaker and athlete, Andy Grant on his story and what the future holds. Andy served as a Royal Marines in Iraq and Afghanistan and, after being injured by an IED and facing life as an amputee, went on to forge a career overcoming the odds by becoming the world’s fastest single leg amputee in the world over 10km and competing in the Invictus Games.
In this episode, Paul chats to Commonwealth Games gold medalist and CEO of her own sports foundation, Diane Modahl MBE, about living in the moment of her career successes and how she transitioned to life after sport.
In this episode, Paul chats to Co-founder and CEO of PhD Nutrition about building the brand up from scratch to exiting it and the effects it had on the business and himself.
In this episode, Paul chats to Apprentice finalist, motivational speaker and Managing Director of Prime, Neil Clough. about being a contestant on the show and changing the perception of sales through his business.
In this episode, Paul chats to Enterprise Northwest Director, Gary Palmer, about growing the business in the UK and the changing culture of consumers and employee needs.
In this episode, Paul chats to Co-founder and Managing Director of Tunafish media, Sam Jones, about starting a creative media agency, dealing with anxiety and his efforts to tackle homelessness through his co-founded charity, Not Just Soup.
In this episode, Paul chats to the female restauranteur behind Neighbourhood and Menagerie about growing her brand, what it takes to succeed in the hospitality industry and the challenges she faces.
In this episode, Paul talks about how he feels the second series went, his reasons for writing the Taking Care of Business book and what to expect from series 3.
Paul chats to the CEO of the Fragrance Shop, Sanjay Vadera, on his journey from Ugandan refugee to becoming the largest independent fragrance retailer in the UK.
In an unmissable episode, they also discuss the future of the retail sector and Sanjay's motivations to do what he does.
In this episode, Paul talks to former Henleys owner, Simon Peters, about the highs and lows of owning a business, dealing with failure and how it can affect your personal life.
Paul talks to Author of "She Means Business" and founder of the Female Entrepreneur Association, Carrie Green, about building her business, maintaining the right mindset and how becoming a Mum has affected her business life.
Paul talks to the founder and Managing Director of Community Led Initiatives, Peter Atherton, about escaping his criminal past to creating a business that mentors and supports other offenders, as well as his thoughts on the stigma faced by ex-offenders in society today.
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We’re at our most vulnerable when we go to our doctors. We trust the person at the other end of that scalpel. We trust the hospital. We trust the system. Christopher Duntsch was a neurosurgeon who radiated confidence. He claimed he was the best in Dallas. If you had back pain, and had tried everything else, Dr. Duntsch could give you the spine surgery that would take your pain away. But soon his patients started to experience complications, and the system failed to protect them. Which begs the question: who - or what - is that system meant to protect? From Wondery, the network behind the hit podcast Dirty John, DR. DEATH is a story about a charming surgeon, 33 patients and a spineless system. Reported and hosted by Laura Beil.
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