Stories from pioneers who actively challenge the conventional
The podcast is how it all began.
Every other week I sit down with a modern day rebel who actively challenges the conventional. We reflect on the current systems in place, uncover the newest findings, and shine light on the areas that are still a work in progress. Together we demystify terms and topics you might be familiar with but never had the chance to dive into and answer the questions we didn’t know to ask.
Cody Dillabough is the CEO and founder of Avoy, a mobile app that helps travellers find destinations off the beaten path. Cody worked on Wall Street for a number of years and is now on a much less conventional path traveling the world developing Avoy.
My guest today is Kelsey Layne, designer and founder of Note and Shine. Kelsey has learnt first hand to follow her intuition and to trust that she knows what’s best for her, even when it goes against the grain.
This week I chatted with Samantha, founder of Spoonful of Happy. While she’s a rule follower in many ways, her unconventional approach to business and creating a purpose-driven career makes her a true modern day rebel.
This week I am joined by Callum Goodwilliam, a Senior Programme Manager at General Assembly, who shares how he created a career he truly loves.
In this episode, with Alice Olins, we talk about how anyone can live life on their own terms, not just freelancers and those who are self-employed. Being your own boss is a mindset and a conscious decision, not always a title you can put on a resume.
Today I sat down with Roshni Mahtani, a modern day rebel in every sense of the word. Roshni’s a captivating storyteller and is an expert in quite a few different fields.
This week I have the absolute pleasure of speaking with Sarah Curtis, founder of Move Your Mind and one of the original 10Ironwomen, 10 inspiring women who undertook the Barcelona Ironman in 2019.
Marcus Eldh is a true free spirit. We join him in his element walking in the forest in Sweden surrounded by the sound of birds transporting you there with him.
Joining me this week is Alice Benham, digital marketing coach, podcast and retreat host, and absolute power house.
In the very first episode of Modern Day Rebels I am joined by the amazing Aiden Carroll, founder of The Coloring In Department and digital education wizard.
My guest today is a fertility awareness educator, Nathalie, who is empowering people with menstrual cycles to build a relationship with their bodies through charting their menstrual cycles for hormonal health, overall well-being, and natural contraception.
My guest this week is chef Alice, founder of Alice Through The Year. Alice’s loves creating meals based on the season and her enthusiasm for cooking is infectious! This episode is jam-packed with practical tips for how we can eat seasonally, sustainably, and still be satisfied while feeling the many benefits of a seasonal diet.
In this episode, Margot de Broglie and I take a look at the magic behind Secret Sunrise. Margot explains how she helps people step out of their armor and ego through music, dance, and mindfulness.
Season 2, Episode 1 – How to pay yourself first, save more money and build a positive money mindset with Natalie Scott
My first guest of season 2 is Natalie Scott, money mindset and savings coach, who talks about the powerful concept of paying yourself first.
In this final episode of season 1 I want to give you more background on Modern Day Rebels as a whole, and take a deeper dive into three of the key themes that kept coming up in conversation with my guests.
My guest this week is Pip Christie, founder of Unedited Business, the ick free agency that helps small businesses showcase who they really are. For Pip this isn’t just a marketing ethos, it’s also how she has curated her own career and lifestyle to follow what feels right and true for her.
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