It was difficult to be a normal teen for Despina Hapeshis (or Des, for short), particularly because she was a refugee. Eyes were always on her and bullies often made fun of her background. To be truthful to yourself and to live your life when
How is it lately being stuck with your kids 24/7? For some, the current living situation might be very difficult and also have a significant impact on family dynamics.
In this episode of Raising Successful Kids Podcast, Irene talks to Elaina Jo
We’re in the middle of a lockdown because of the COVID-19 outbreak. And for sure, for parents who have a teenager stuck at home, they might be at their wits’ end right now.
In this episode of the Raising Successful Kids Podcast, Irene shares ho
In this episode, Kay shares some great advice and practical tips on how to start and grow a successful online business.
Having an online business is a powerful way of helping other people and an effective way to reach people you wouldn’t otherw
‘I’ve seen people stumble through the traditional curriculum year after year and come out with nothing at the end. Ultra is an amazing vehicle that exposes you to an entrepreneurial mindset’
Irene is with Nathan Shillingford at the Ultra childr
Irene is speaking to Helen Pritchard, founder of a hugely successful coaching and training business specialising in LinkedIn for lead generation. Helen built a successful business on LinkedIn leads and now she teaches others how to do this. Sh
Darren is passionate about entrepreneurship and in particular young entrepreneurial people. When he started out Darren didn’t know what an entrepreneur was and after several unsuccessful businesses failed he founded Expert Apps a company that i
‘They are always passionate about what you are passionate about’
In this episode, Irene's son Caiden discusses his journey with Ultra and the role they have played in the development of his multiple businesses.
He has been involved with them fo
Irene is talking with Rob Smallbone, Number 1 best-selling author, co-host of the Property Nomads podcast and a founder of the Property Nomads company - a sourcing and management business for properties in and around Hull and Bournemouth.
Barbara Chandler came from a primary school educator background, and has seen first-hand, the problems that children can have in the mainstream curriculum. These problems all seem to be rooted in the “why” of educating; such as demonstrating fr
Irene is speaking with serial entrepreneur Fredrik Sandvall who shares his experiences of life and the ways it has shaped his parenting.
They discuss the importance of deep curiosity and how parents influence the development of this in their ki
In this very personal episode, Irene reflects her experiences and observations of teenagers saying ‘no’ and the importance of seizing the moment when they say ‘yes’ to doing something together.
Childhood is brief in the journey of life and tee
Erica Lester, Mother and Rapid Transformation Coach talks to Irene about her journey which began with the realisation she had created a great life on the outside but was miserable on the inside.
Now she is passionate about working on the ‘inte
In the second part of the conversation with Julian Hall from Ultra Education, the focus is on young entrepreneurs who are combining education and running a business. Irene and Julian discuss how both parents and kids can navigate this complex a
‘If you want to your kids to grow then you have to be there as a support system’
Julian from Ultra Education joins Irene to talk about the exam season and the challenges children face during these times.
If you take an aerial view it wouldn’t b
‘Their wellness is made from every mouthful you feed them’
In this podcast, Irene and Carey continue to discuss the importance of the foods we eat and how we can change and upgrade to ensure we are eating the foods that are the best fuel for us
‘I made it my quest to introduce the things I needed, take away those foods that were damaging and create the most delicious and nutritious food to reward myself’
Irene is in discussion Carey Davis-Munro who coaches individuals in changing thei
Time is precious. We’ve heard this a hundred times before, and it still holds so much truth.
Time is a resource that we all have, but it runs out. So, in this episode of the Raising Successful Kids Podcast, Irene talks about the importance of t
In today’s episode of Raising Successful Kids Podcast, Irene discusses key points that you need to know to put together your own podcast that your audience with always love to listen to and never get bored of. Irene shares with you tips on cont
What we don’t tell our kids about success is parts of it are mostly dealing with struggles and failures.
In today’s episode of Raising Successful Kids Podcast, Irene chats with Latipha Hamduon from Ultra Education about the importance of entrep
"Unexpected kindness is the most powerful, least costly and most underrated agent of human change" -Bob Kerry American Politian
Hello and welcome to another episode of Raising Successful Kids Podcast. In this episode, your host Irene Santineer
Welcome back to the Raising Successful Kids Podcast!
Are you worried that your kid is too shy or too timid to go talk to other people? It’s time to improve their social skills.
In this episode, Irene talks to Paul Doust, an actor, a playwright
Irene is in discussion with a highly successful property investor, business coach and mentor for women and founder and owner of Business Accelerator Mastermind, Vikki Thomas. in this episode of Raising Successful Kids. Irene and Vikki discuss
In this episode, Irene is in discussion with Julian Squires and Raff Wilson. They discuss how sports can develop positive mindsets, particularly in young people which in turn fosters confidence and self-assurance.
If you want to find out more l