personal growth

Impact goes beyond profit

Impact goes beyond profit. This is a key theme that emerges from the podcast episode 125 featuring Lucy Constable Fernandez, Managing Director of Raleigh International. In the conversation, Lucy discusses the transition of Raleigh International from a charity to a limited company, highlighting the importance of maintaining the organisation’s vision, mission, and positive impact on…

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Using milestones to motivate you

Kevin Chapman from the Physical Intelligence Institute who was on episode 108 of the Access to Inspiration podcast explains how to use physical intelligence techniques to live and work more effectively.  Visualising our goals clarifies our dreams and draws us powerfully towards them. If we are to succeed we need short- term, achievable milestones created…

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Playlist – Personal Growth

Listening to personal development stories is one of the best ways to add wisdom, insight, colour, and fun to your personal development plan for your work and life. Here are a selection of our guests sharing their learning and experiences. 71. Sue Stockdale inspires people to step into the unknown and explore more of their…

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51. Thomas Andrén: Discovering your dream job using questions

Sue Stockdale talks to Thomas Andrén, about the process he used to identify his dream job by asking himself over 900 questions to discover the answer.  This process took several months and connected Thomas to his mind as well as his body, where he noted down any physical reactions he got when answering the questions….

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33. Felipe Saldarriaga: Coping with unexpected challenges in life

Sue Stockdale talks to Felipe Saldarriaga, a stroke survivor and entrepreneur from Medellin, Colombia about how he coped when faced with this unexpected life changing situation. At age 11 he was left on a wheelchair with a full left side paralysis due to an unexplainable stroke. As a result of this he had to learn…

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24. Navi Radjou: Consciously reinventing how we live and work

Over the last few months, the pandemic has caused many people to re-evaluate how they live and work. In this episode, Sue Stockdale talks to Navi Radjou about his life and experiences in India, France and USA, and how this has influenced his thinking about how business and society thinks about and practices Frugal Innovation, to do…

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18. David Liebnau: Why we need heart and courage at times of uncertainty

Sue Stockdale talks to David Liebnau, Client Director and Senior Expert at SYNK Group based in Berlin, Germany about why we need heart and courage at times of uncertainty.   David graduated with a Masters Degree in Communications and has worked for the past twenty years as a senior learning & development consultant and executive coach….

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17. Virginie Goethals: How sport rehabilitates refugees in Hong Kong

Sue Stockdale talks to Virginie Goethals, co-founder of RUN, a non-government organisation in Hong Kong that focuses on trauma rehabilitation through sport and education. Virginie explains how her love of the outdoors and running long distances accidentally inspired her to help female refugees in Hong Kong who are victims of sexual violence; and help them…

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07. Loshni Manikam: Improving wellbeing in New Zealand’s dairy industry

What if farming + family does not add up to happiness?  Loshni Manikam, leadership coach and winner of Fonterra Dairy Woman of the Year in 2018 talks to Sue Stockdale about how she helps women to thrive in New Zealand’s dairy industry.  To find out more about Loshni Manikam see her LinkedIn Profile.    …

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