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This week Maria’s guest on the show is Kevin Gaskell. Kevin has led the iconic brands, Porsche, Lamborghini, and BMW. After driving the turnaround at Porsche and leading five years of record growth at BMW, he was recognised as one of the UK's top 40 leaders. Kevin founded a dot com, Epyx Limited, which became the market leader in automotive e-commerce. As global CEO of the Eurotax Group, he led his team to integrate 30 companies and to create the world leader in automotive data. During his career of founding start-ups, driving turnarounds and leading major brands, he has built over £3 billion of shareholder value. He has led transformational growth at 14 companies and now acts as chairman of a number of growing businesses. Recorded on: 2nd February 2018 Show Notes: In this week’s show, Kevin tells us about why he turned down the opportunity to become a professional cricketer & how this decision helped him set out to help people become successful. He talks about the big corporates he has worked for, the businesses he has built and his discipline for working and fitness training. Significant quotes: “You only go this way once, so make the most of it. Get out and live your life. Do things, which are exciting and interesting” Links: More about Kevin Gaskell Kevin's book on Amazon More about Maria Franzoni Ltd Connect with Maria on Linkedin Connect with Maria on FaceBook Next Week: Join us next week when Maria’s guest will be Former Commandant of the Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst, Major General Patrick Marriott.
In this episode I struggle to contain my laughter, you might hear me squeaking in the background, and I also have to warn you that my guest drops a couple of naughty words.  But it’s all done in the best possible taste. My guest this week is a leading authority on sales, leadership, customers and change and has been voted Business Communicator of the Year by the Speechwriters’ Guild. He is a regular contributor and presenter on TV and Radio and was the star of BBC television’s hit business show ‘All over the Shop’.  He is regularly seen as a business correspondent and presenter for BBC television’s Inside Out programme.  He is the author of many highly successful business books and he has taken a break from guruing around the world he is business guru, Geoff Burch. Bio Geoff Burch is an international business expert, best-selling author, master storyteller and TV presenter. Geoff is the leading authority on sales, customers, leadership and change. His credentials are impressive, working extensively with the world’s major blue chip and FTSE 100 companies to motivate and inspire their people – his humorous and entertaining presentations enabling him to deliver powerful business principles, key messages and new ideas which are of use to everyone and can benefit all organisations of any size. Recently voted ‘Business Communicator of the Year’ by the UK Speechwriters’ Guild, Geoff is considered to be one of Europe’s most exciting and motivational experts. As a regular contributor and presenter on television and radio, Geoff is also the star of the hit business show on BBC Television, All Over the Shop, which focuses on small businesses helping them to survive and thrive. His humorous style and easily explained advice works well and has created a strong following amongst the business community. A prolific writer, Geoff Burch currently has many hugely popular business books published worldwide including, Resistance is Useless – the Art of Business Persuasion: Go It Alone – the Streetwise Secrets of Self-Employment: Writing on the Wall: The Way of the Dog: and his latest offering, Irresistible Persuasion. Geoff also has a particular passion for small enterprise. A third-generation entrepreneur – his grandmother and mother ran a number of successful enterprises – Geoff loves to inspire small businesses using the skills he’s acquired from working with big business. These experiences were distilled into two of his best-selling books ‘Go It Alone’ and ‘Self-Made Me’ which are aimed at all those planning to succeed in their own businesses. Funny and mischievous, the books, like their author, pull no punches. A master storyteller whose observations are highly entertaining but also carefully crafted to deliver important business messages, Geoff has worked extensively with a wide range of international companies to inspire, motivate and inform their people. A true maverick, he shares powerful business principles and key ideas relevant to organisations of all sizes and in every sector. Geoff Burch will challenge the way you do business and offer real-world solutions that can be immediately implemented. He will inform, create ideas and tangible tools that will improve your team’s and your organisation’s performance with unforgettable stories that make you remember what really works. Recorded: 16th May 2019 Links: More about Geoff Burch More about Maria Franzoni Ltd Connect with Maria on Linkedin Connect with Maria on FaceBook To book any of the speakers featured on the Speaking Business podcast, click here  
Today Maria’s guest is Chris Roebuck. Chris has vast experience as a leader. He was Global Head of Leadership at UBS during the implementation of one of the most successful corporate transformations. This period now forms a Harvard Business School case study on transforming organisational performance. Chris has also worked in government and public sector on major change and leadership projects, from UK National Health Service and local government to London Underground PFI partnership. Chris is currently visiting professor of transformational leadership at Cass Business School in London. In addition, he has served as a military officer and now works as an executive coach and mentor across a range of different sectors, helping senior executives to be more successful. Recorded on: 5th July 2018 In this week’s show, Chris Roebuck shares how you can start your career managing catering services, including the bars for about 8000 undergraduates to being in the Army, to then becoming Global Head of Leadership at UBS.  Can everyone be a Leader? Chris believes they can and shares just what it takes to be a great leader in today’s fast changing world.  All this and more… Links: More about Chris Roebuck More about Maria Franzoni Ltd Connect with Maria on Linkedin Connect with Maria on FaceBook Significant quotes: “70% of the leaders out there have not been taught how to delegate effectively day to day, when that's exactly what they're supposed to do for their job.” Next Week: Join us next week when Maria’s guest will be Sports Presenter and Communications Trainer, James Pearce.
This week, Maria’s guest is Tony Fish. Tony is an author investor, serial entrepreneur, and maverick. He's a visiting fellow at Henley Business School for Entrepreneurship and Innovation and an EC expert for big data. He is entrepreneur in residence at Bradford School of Management and Law, lecturer in innovation and entrepreneurship at the London Business School, and lecturer in AI and future of disruptive technology at the London School of Economics. Recorded on: 28th June 2018 In this week’s show, Tony Fish shares how he defeated the University system and got a place with no prior qualifications, why he is a maverick and how he has never been employed.  Tony explains how to differentiate a high growth business from a non-high growth business and how diversity of thinking is the key to an exceptional team. All this and more… Links: More about Tony Fish More about Maria Franzoni Ltd Connect with Maria on Linkedin Connect with Maria on FaceBook Significant quotes: “Diversity in the ability to think differently is how you bring together the teams who actually make things happen.” Next Week:  Join us next week when Maria’s guest will be Business Leader and expert on Transformational & Entrepreneurial Leadership for Success, Chris Roebuck.  
This week Maria’s guest on the show is Dr. Pritpal S. Tamber. Pritpal is the CEO and co-founder of Bridging Health & Community, a Seattle based non-profit dedicated to transforming how healthcare works with communities. At the heart of its work is the insight that our current approach to health, deploying technical solutions to biomedical problems, is failing in a world of circumstance related chronic conditions. Bridging Health & Community has gleaned 12 overarching principles for how healthcare can work with communities. These principles also have the potential to foster the agency of communities, their ability to make purposeful choices, something increasingly recognised as core to health. He is the former physician editor of TEDMED and began his career as an editor at the British Medical Journal. Recorded on: 31st May 2018 Show Notes: In this week’s show Pritpal tells us how he became an editor at the British Medical Journal, what he learnt from working at Biomed, explains a bit about TED and TEDMED and talks about his work in Bridging Health & Community. Pritpal shares his thoughts on why healthcare systems are failing and why he is flexible on being a cat or a dog person! All this and more… Links: More about Pritpal Tamber More about Maria Franzoni Ltd Connect with Maria on Linkedin Connect with Maria on FaceBook   Significant quotes: “You just have to start getting healthcare to look in the mirror and realise that it's not as effective as it could be, and realise why.” Next Week: Join us next week when Maria’s guest will be Learning Futurist and Co-Founder of We Do Things Differently, David Price
This week Maria’s guest on the show is Bruno Marion. Bruno nicknamed The Futurist Monk, is an expert in global trends and innovation. For the last 30 years, Bruno has been traveling around the world, meeting CEOs, monks, all kinds of gurus, people in jail, super rich people, super poor people, artists, scientists, high-level politicians, members of the special forces, activists, and successful entrepreneurs. In that time he's read thousands of books on the latest innovations in science, technology, philosophy, and spirituality. He has been experimenting with cutting edge technologies, investigating new types of governances, smart cities, and disruptive ways of living. Bruno himself is the author of several best-selling books on Asian cultures, and the aptly titled book, Chaos, A User's Guide. All about taking advantage of chaos and uncertainty Recorded on: 17th May 2018 Show Notes: In this week’s show Bruno tells us who he thinks are the most inspiring people and his heroes. We find out how he got his nick name ‘The Futurist Monk’ and a little bit about his resilient house with a windmill. Why he thinks that resilience important is this amazing time we are living in and explains to us about reset, integral philosophy, chaos and his daily ritual of visualizing your dreams. All this and much, much more… Links: More about Bruno Marion More about Maria Franzoni Ltd Connect with Maria on Linkedin Connect with Maria on FaceBook Significant quotes: “You have the power to design your own life. Not only to be future fit, but to design your life.” Update as promised I promised to give you an update. Spookily, and Bruno will tell you it's not spooky at all, we moved into the new house on the day Bruno's podcast went out. Now the schedule is confirmed at the time of recording, i.e. 17th May. Most people don't complete on a Thursday, we did, date chosen by the other party. I'm in my dream home and deciding what to manifest next ... it works! Next Week: Join us next week when Maria’s guest will be Disruptive Innovation Thought Leader, Jim Harris
This week Maria’s guest on the show is Mark Pollock, an explorer, innovator, and collaborator. Even though he went blind in 1998, Mark has competed in ultra-endurance races and was the first blind person to race to the South Pole. He also won silver and bronze medals for rowing at the Commonwealth Games. In 2010, Mark was left paralyzed after falling from a second story window.  He is now exploring the frontiers of spinal cord injury recovery and is walking daily using bionic robotic legs. Through the Mark Pollock Trust he's on a mission to find a cure for paralysis. Mark is the subject of the acclaimed documentary Unbreakable. He's a Davos, Wired, EG and TED speaker and is the co-founder of the global running series called Run in the Dark. Recorded on: 4th April 2018 Show Notes: In this week’s show Mark talks about his incredible mission to find a cure for paralysis and why his drive for adventure took him to the South Pole and across the Gobi Desert. Mark shares his work with robotics is probably the most exciting thing he’s done since going to the  South Pole. Links:  More about Mark Pollock More about Maria Franzoni Ltd Connect with Maria on Linkedin Connect with Maria on Facebook Significant quotes: “I had a great desire, not simply to accept the status quo and the best practice, and the reality that there is no cure but rather to accept that life was worth living in a wheelchair and get on with life.”  Next Week: Join us next week when Maria’s guest is TV and radio comedian and bestselling author, Tony Hawks.  
This week we are talking to Thomas Anglero.  He is Director of Innovation for IBM in Norway, a two-time entrepreneur, a veteran basketball coach, and an extremely popular motivational speaker.  Thomas was born in New York but has lived in Norway for more than 20 years. He has been an executive for large private and public global companies that gives him a unique perspective on people, technology and culture.  Thomas’ favourite presentations are all-out Q&A’s with the audiences, no slides, no rehearsal, in real-time living in the moment with the audience making life happen!  In this episode you may be surprised to hear ‘All You Need is Love’, the Beatles were right! Bio Thomas F Anglero is one of the most exciting and sought-after public speakers in the Nordic countries.  He is an expert in “the new culture challenges that comes with the AI revolution”, innovation, teaching disruption to executives, and artificial intelligence’s effect on people, society and businesses.  In 2017, Thomas key-noted at over 100 conferences to over 35,000+ people and consulted to executive leader groups and government officials throughout the Nordics and Europe. He is a 20+ year entrepreneur and the Director of Innovation for IBM Norway responsible for IBM Watson and innovation with clients.  Thomas is the creator of the IBM Watson Innovation Lab at the Oslo Cancer Cluster which is the Nordic HQ of IBM Watson for all the Nordic countries. Prior to IBM, Thomas was the Director of Innovation for the Norwegian Tax Authorities (Skatteetaten). His pioneering work identified the disruptive nature of cryptocurrencies, virtual currencies, and other digital financial systems/technologies that immediately affect existing national financial markets. Thomas Anglero has over 25 years of global IT and telecom executive experience including founding several start-ups in the US, Norway and Serbia. Thomas is a serial entrepreneur, 2017 TED talk speaker, 2013 Undomiciled Project (UP) Unsung Hero Award Recipient, winner of the 2009 Social Entrepreneur of the Year Award (IESI Business School), 2006 Top 10 Most Influential Foreigner in Norway, and a 10x champion Level-2 FIBA basketball coach with over 10+ years of winning experience.  Recorded: 21st March 2019  Links: More about Thomas Anglero More about Maria Franzoni Ltd Connect with Maria on Linkedin Connect with Maria on FaceBook To book any of the speakers featured on the Speaking Business podcast, click here    
My guest this week is a futurist, with an artist’s eye and an inventor’s mind.  She prototypes future world designs for the entertainment industry, technology companies and cities.  A large part of her time is devoted to research and strategy in the immersive media technology space. Her work consists in connecting bleeding edge technological innovation with some of the world’s most original creative visions. She is co-founder of ALLFUTUREEVERYTHING, an agency & a platform for prototyping futures. In her talks, she leads audiences on a journey through what could be. She takes the most cutting-edge digital concepts and places them squarely in our material world, opening our eyes to a future where we live with, in, and around technology much more deeply than we do today.  My guest is Monika Bielskyte Bio A futurist with an artist’s eye and an inventor’s mind, Monika Bielskyte prototypes culturally diverse, socially and environmentally engaged future world designs for the entertainment industry, technology companies, and cities.  A large part of her time is devoted to research and strategy in the immersive media technology space (Augmented, Mixed and Virtual Reality). Monika’s work consists in connecting bleeding edge technological innovation with some of the world’s most original creative visions. Monika Bielskyte’s clients include technology leaders (Google, Reliance JIO, CERN, Intel, Telefonica), iconic media brands (Universal, Lionsgate, BBC), major Hollywood & entertainment figures (Ridley Scott Associates, Alex McDowell, Sam Esmail, Guy Laliberte), design companies (Rick Owens, Aston Martin) and governments (UAE, Mexico City). She is also a co-founder of ALLFUTUREEVERYTHING, an agency & a platform for prototyping futures. In mind-bending talks, Monika leads audiences on a journey through what could be. She takes the most cutting-edge digital concepts and places them squarely in our material world, opening our eyes to a future where we live with, in, and around technology much more deeply than we do today. Recorded: 2nd April 2019 Links: More about Monika Bielskyte More about Maria Franzoni Ltd Connect with Maria on Linkedin Connect with Maria on FaceBook To book any of the speakers featured on the Speaking Business podcast, click here  
We’re doing something a bit different on this week’s podcast. You know I like to shake things up, just to make sure you’re paying attention.  So, in addition to finding out more about my guest and getting a bit of an insight into his speeches we dissect his speaking business.  We find out how he got started as a speaker, how he started charging, where his paid gigs come from plus lots more.  We go deep stopping just short of asking him for his bank balance.   So, let’s roll the podcast ….  My guest this week is a young adventurer, author and fundraiser from Chester. At just 24 he’s already delivered over 170 talks to businesses, schools and events around the UK and Europe, and he’s also done a TEDx.  He’s made two attempts to climb Mount Everest, both ended in disaster.  He shares his unique experiences of redefining failure, embracing change and staying resilient through adversity.  He has just released his second book Another Peak and has set up a social enterprise supporting mental health through outdoors called Mind over Mountains:  www.mindovermountains.org.uk. All this and he is still only 24 years old.  Please welcome Alex Staniforth. Bio Alex Staniforth is a record-breaking adventurer, keynote speaker, published author, brand ambassador and charity fundraiser from Cheshire. At the age of 24 he has already attempted Mount Everest twice and is dedicated to inspiring others to achieve their own ‘Everest’ in life. Alex is not your typical Everest speaker. After single-handedly raising over £35,000 in corporate sponsorship whilst still at school, his first attempt to climb to the summit of Mount Everest in 2014 was abandoned following a tragic avalanche that took sixteen lives. Aged just 19, he returned to Everest a year later and survived an avalanche in the Khumbu Icefall, triggered by the Nepal earthquake, which trapped his team on the mountain for two days. He is no stranger to adversity: overcoming epilepsy, bullying – and a stammer in early life. These experiences have re-defined his view of success and failure to develop a humbling realisation that success lies not just in reaching the top but our journey to get there. Alex understands first-hand how our circle of control is sometimes no bigger than two metres below our feet and that so-called ‘failure’ is just another opportunity to win. In 2016 he returned to the Himalayas and reached 7,125 metres on Cho Oyu, the sixth highest peak in the world. In 2017 he became the fastest person ever to climb all 100 UK county tops by bicycle, foot and kayak, covering over 5,000 miles in 72 days to encourage conversations around mental well-being. In 2018 he ran two sub three-hour marathons and has completed numerous other endurance challenges, developing resilience and mental strategies, presented in a way that we can apply to our own daily stresses. Outdoor adventure and endurance challenges have not only been a tool to overcome adversity but a vehicle for doing good and leading others. Alex has raised over £85,000 for charity, carried the London 2012 Olympic Torch through Chester, won a Pride of Britain Regional Fundraiser of the Year award and is an ambassador for the YHA (Youth Hostel Association) England & Wales. With an unassuming and approachable style, Alex has already presented to over 16,000 people internationally and is one of the youngest ever Gold Award Presenters for the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award at Buckingham Palace. He published his first book Icefall in 2016, endorsed by Bear Grylls, and his second title Another Peak was published in July 2019, endorsed by Mark Beaumont. Alex speaks openly about his struggles with depression, anxiety and eating disorders, to spread the message that mental illness is not a weakness or barrier to achievement. He is also a founding director of Mind Over Mountains C.I.C, a social enterprise providing outdoor experiences to improve and maintain positive mental wellbeing.  Recorded: 9th October 2019 Links: More about Alex Staniforth Mind over Mountains More about Maria Franzoni Ltd Connect with Maria on Linkedin Connect with Maria on FaceBook To book any of the speakers featured on the Speaking Business podcast, click here Listen here: Libsyn  Itunes  Soundcloud Stitcher Spotify   More about Alex Staniforth -  https://mfl.global/speaker/alex-staniforth Mind over Mountains - www.mindovermountains.org.uk More about Maria Franzoni Ltd - https://mfl.global Connect with Maria on Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/maria-franzoni/ Connect with Maria on FaceBook - https://www.facebook.com/speakingbusiness.co To book any of the speakers featured on the Speaking Business podcast, click here https://mfl.global/contact-us/
Claire Young was made famous by her role as the highly driven runner up of series four of ‘The Apprentice’ where was dubbed a ‘Rottweiler’ by Lord Sugar for her tenacious approach in the boardroom and drive not to quit. She beat 40,000 candidates to reach the final and this experience inspired Claire to set up ‘School Speakers an award-winning business. It is the UK’s No 1 speaking agency working alongside schools, colleges and universities across the world to provide talks to students and staff. She also works within the media as a journalist & radio presenter in addition to advising the government on a range of projects supporting young people and women. She studied Equine Science at the University of Bristol and remains a keen rider with her Irish Sports horse.  She has won several business awards and combines her busy career with being a mum to her young daughter Eva. In January 2018 she become a Leadership Fellow of St George’s House, Windsor Castle. Bio Claire Young was made famous by her role as the highly driven runner-up of series four of ‘The Apprentice’ where was dubbed a ‘Rottweiler’ by Lord Sugar for her tenacious approach in the boardroom and drive not to quit. She beat 40,000 candidates to reach the final and this experience inspired Claire to set up ‘School Speakers an award-winning business. It is the UK’s No 1 speaking agency working alongside schools, colleges and universities across the world to provide talks to students and staff. She also works within the media as a journalist & radio presenter in addition to advising the government on a range of projects supporting young people and women. Claire started out her business career in roles at Colgate Palmolive (sales and finance), L’Oréal UK (brand and marketing) and AS Watson (retail buying for Superdrug). She shares her experiences, and insights, from, climbing the corporate ladder to then starting her own business. Claire Young supports the National Apprenticeship Service by heading up their Young Ambassador Network and works in partnership with the Peter Jones Foundation supporting Tenner Tycoon and Global Entrepreneurship Week.  Claire is a proud government adviser working on many successful initiatives, including enterprise education, SME growth, employability skills and the women in business agenda. Claire works within the media as a journalist and radio presenter and is currently writing for a number of publications, regularly commentating on radio and making guest contributions to a number of TV shows. Now a successful businesswoman Claire Young hopes that her story will motivate others – with hard work, drive and determination anything is possible. Recorded on: 20th November 2019  Links: More about Claire Young More about Maria Franzoni Ltd Connect with Maria on Linkedin Connect with Maria on FaceBook More about Claire Young -  https://mfl.global/speaker/claire-young/ More about Maria Franzoni Ltd - https://mfl.global Connect with Maria on Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/maria-franzoni/ Connect with Maria on FaceBook - https://www.facebook.com/speakingbusiness.co To book any of the speakers featured on the Speaking Business podcast, click here  Listen here: Libsyn  Itunes  Soundcloud Stitcher Spotify    
My guest this week describes himself as a very ordinary person - in fact, even more ordinary than everyone else.  For his first job, he was a geography high-school teacher, but he was so low in confidence, his kids misbehaved very badly.  He then chose to try and learn how to live a better life. He left the classroom, flew to Siberia with his bicycle, and spent three years cycling home to London, via Papua New Guinea, Australia and Afghanistan. After that, he went on other adventures, including cycling across America on a tandem with his wife and walking the length of China.  National Geographic has made two television series about his journeys, and he’s the author of two books. He now lives in Hong Kong - he speaks all over the world, but especially at events in the Asia Pacific Region.  Through his experiences, he has discovered a new outlook on life - but he says he is still very ordinary.   Please welcome adventurer and author Rob Lilwall.  Recorded on:  21st November 2019 Bio Rob Lilwall is an adventurer, author, and keynote speaker with expeditions by bicycle and on foot across 80,000km of the world, including through Siberia in winter, Afghanistan, Tibet, Papua New Guinea and Mongolia. Rob Lilwall’s speeches tell the tale of how, as a very ordinary person, he learnt to camp at minus forty degrees in Siberia, to cross swollen rivers in the jungles of Papua New Guinea, and to survive the lonely passes of Afghanistan whilst riding the world’s slowest getaway vehicle. Using stunning photographs and videos, Rob relates such ordeals in the extreme corners of the world to the ever-growing challenges of the 21st century workplace.  He brings to life the mindsets that are needed to succeed in today’s uncertain, high-pressure and high-opportunity business environment, with powerful takeaways to empower the audience to thrive amid change, embrace challenges, and achieve great goals. Rob has given speeches in over 50 cities around the world, to organisations including Microsoft, Symantec, Gemalto, IBM, CBRE, Nike, Adidas, P&G, Mars-Wrigley, Hyatt and Marriott. Rob’s story has also been told in a critically acclaimed book published by Hodder and Stoughton (UK) and two television series’ by National Geographic. Links: More about Rob Lilwall More about Maria Franzoni Ltd Connect with Maria on Linkedin Connect with Maria on FaceBook To book any of the speakers featured on the Speaking Business podcast, click here  Listen here: Libsyn  Itunes  Soundcloud Stitcher Spotify
My guest this week, is Australia’s most successful author, writing 18 Top 10 bestsellers including 11 number ones. His books are translated into 55 languages and have sold over 32 million copies. He researches and studies the psychology of selling, relationships and human communication. He teaches simple, field-tested skills and techniques that get results.  His research has been on the cover of magazines ranging from Marketing & Readers Digest to Playboy, Cosmopolitan and Oprah.  His monthly relationship column has had over 20 million readers.  His work with his wife Barbara has been the subject of 11 television series, 4 stage plays, a number one box office movie and TV series, which attracted a combined audience of over 100 million.  My guest is Mr. Body Language himself, Allan Pease. Bio  Allan Pease researches and studies the psychology of selling, relationships and human communication. He teaches simple, field-tested skills and techniques that get results. And he delivers his message in a humorous way, which motivates people to want to use these ideas immediately.  Allan takes you through powerful communication techniques and teaches you how to decode other people’s behaviour – and what to do about it. He also reveals how to decode a wide range of subtle clues that appear in meetings, phone calls, negotiations and face-to-face encounters. Known worldwide as “Mr Body Language”, Allan’s own record in the field of selling, motivating and training is equalled by few others. He is a born achiever, starting his career at age 10 selling rubber sponges door to door. At 17, he was the No.1 national salesman for a company selling bed linen, pots & pans. At 21, he was the youngest person ever to sell over $1,000,000 of life insurance in his first sales year and qualify for the Million Dollar Round Table. He has addressed audiences in 70 countries, and his programs are used by businesses and governments to teach powerful relationship skills. His messages are relevant to any area of life that involves winning people over and getting them to like you, co-operate, follow you or to say ‘yes’. Allan – with co-author Barbara Pease – is one of the world’s most successful non-fiction authors, writing 18 bestsellers including 10 number 1 bestsellers such as The Definitive Book of Body Language and Why Men Don’t Listen and Women Can’t Read Maps. His books have been translated into 54 languages and have sold over 27,000,000 legal copies. His television series and #1 Box Office Movie were watched by over 100 million viewers. Allan is a Professor at Moscow state Technical University & ULIM International University, a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts (UK), a Fellow of the Institute of Management, Fellow of the Lifewriters Association, a Paul Harris Fellow (UK), JCI Senator and has been inducted into the National Speakers Association Hall Of Fame. Recorded: 3rd September 2019  Links: More about Allan Pease The Answer: How to take charge of your life & become the person you want to be More about Maria Franzoni Ltd Connect with Maria on Linkedin Connect with Maria on FaceBook To book any of the speakers featured on the Speaking Business podcast, click here Listen here: Libsyn  Itunes  Soundcloud Stitcher Spotify  
Sir Chris Hoy MBE, multiple world and Olympic champion track cyclist, is one of Great Britain’s most successful Olympic athletes, with six gold medals and one silver. Chris retired from competitive cycling in 2013 and his achievements throughout his career make him Scotland’s most successful Olympian, the first Briton since 1908 to win three gold medals in a single Olympic Games, and one of the most successful Olympic male cyclists of all time. In June 2016 Chris added to his record list of achievements when he finished the world’s most demanding motorsport endurance race, the Le Mans 24 Hours, on his debut. Following his retirement Chris successfully launched a range of kid’s bikes, HOY bikes, as well as publishing a series of children’s books – Flying Fergus. Chris is now a main stay amongst sporting commentary and punditry in the UK having been an integral part of the BBC’s team covering the 2016 Rio Olympics, the 2014 and 2018 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, the 2018 European Championships and the Tour de France. Bio Sir Chris Hoy MBE is one of Great Britain’s most successful Olympic athletes of all time, with six gold medals and one silver. Chris won his first Olympic gold medal in Athens 2004 in the Kilo – an event that was dropped from the programme for Beijing 2008. Chris took this in his stride and switched his focus to three other track sprint events – the Keirin, Sprint and Team Sprint. He went on to win a gold medal in all three at the Beijing Olympics, cementing his name in the history books. Following his historic hat-trick of gold medals at the Beijing Olympics, Chris was voted 2008 BBC Sports Personality of the Year. He was also awarded a Knighthood in the 2009 New Year Honours list, capping an extraordinary year for the track cyclist from Edinburgh. In 2012 at his home Olympic Games in London, Chris won his fifth and sixth gold medals – in the Keirin and Team Sprint – becoming Great Britain’s most successful Olympic athlete of all time with six gold medals and one silver. Chris retired from competitive cycling in 2013 and his achievements throughout his career make him Scotland’s most successful Olympian, the first Briton since 1908 to win three gold medals in a single Olympic Games, and one of the most successful Olympic cyclists of all time. Following his retirement, Chris remains passionate about bikes and has successfully made the transition into the business world following the launch of his HOY bike range. He has also published a series of best-selling Flying Fergus children’s books. In June 2016, Chris added to his record list of achievements when he finished the world’s most demanding motorsport endurance race, the Le Mans 24 Hours, on his debut. Chris Hoy is an accomplished public speaker and is at home speaking at small intimate gatherings as well as the largest international conferences.  Chris’ experiences and achievements make him an incredibly interesting speaker, and the challenges presented to him and subsequently overcome during his stellar career have fascinating parallels in many other walks of life. Recorded on: 22nd January 2020 Links: More about Sir Chris Hoy More about Maria Franzoni Ltd Connect with Maria on Linkedin Connect with Maria on FaceBook To book any of the speakers featured on the Speaking Business podcast, click here Listen here: Libsyn  Itunes  Soundcloud Stitcher Spotify
My guest this week has done so much that it would take the entire podcast episode just to read his CV, so I’ve picked a few highlights He is Emeritus Professor of World Competitiveness, at IMD business school and the University of Lausanne, Switzerland.  He is the Founder, of the World Competitiveness Center, and publisher of the Annual World Competitiveness Yearbooks ranking the competitiveness of nations.  Author of two bestselling books published in several languages: Top Class Competitors - How Nations, Firms, and Individuals Succeed in the New World of Competitiveness Are you a Tiger, a Cat or a Dinosaur? He is the Former Managing Director of the World Economic Forum and the Davos Annual meetings. My guest is Professor Stéphane Garelli. BIO Stéphane Garelli – a world authority on competitiveness – has pioneered research and the theory in this field. Professor Emeritus at IMD (Institute of Management Development) Lausanne, where he has founded the World Competitiveness Center, he is also Professor Emeritus of World Competitiveness at the University of Lausanne. Professor Garelli is closely connected to the world of business. He was, among others, Chairman of the Board of Directors and shareholder of “Le Temps”, the leading French language Swiss newspaper, Chairman of the Board of the Sandoz Financial and Banking Holding, and Member of the board of the Banque Edouard Constant. Stéphane Garelli was the Managing Director of the World Economic Forum and of the Davos Annual meetings for many years.  He was also permanent senior adviser to the European management of Hewlett-Packard. He is a member of a number of institutes, such as: China Enterprise Management Association, Board of the ‘Fondation Jean Monet pour l’Europe’, The Swiss Academy of Engineering Sciences, the Mexican Council for Competitiveness, etc. and an advisory committee member of the Thai Management Association. He is also a member of the International Olympic Committee commission on Sustainability and Legacy. Stéphane Garelli is the author of numerous publications on competitiveness and global business He published his best-selling book “Top Class Competitors – How Nations, Firms and Individuals Succeed in the New World of Competitiveness” with Wiley. His latest book ” Are You a Tiger, a Cat or a Dinosaur?” is published in several languages. Stéphane Garelli was a member of the Constitutional Assembly of his local state – Vaud, Switzerland from 1999 to 2002. Stéphane is widely considered to be one of the top lecturers on economic and business matters. He has a unique ability to analyse and describe the world economic environment as it evolves, and to draw conclusions about what changes in the world economy actually mean for companies and individuals alike. He is reputed for his trademark graphics combining an attractive visual style with a simple illustration of ideas, and a limited use of numbers. His presentations are dynamic, fast moving, to the point, business like, forward and “so what” oriented. Recorded on: 5th March 2020 More about Stéphane Garelli More about Maria Franzoni Ltd  Connect with Maria on Linkedin  Connect with Maria on FaceBook  To book any of the speakers featured on the Speaking Business podcast, click here  Listen here:  Libsyn   Itunes   Soundcloud  Stitcher  Spotify 
My guest this week first stepped on to the stage over 40 years ago as a founder member and drummer with the band Scritti Politti. Following a power cut at a gig in Berlin he found that keeping the beat going, even in the dark, meant the show could most definitely go on. 20 years later he set up Instant Teamwork, a global team building company, giving out 200 drums to his corporate audiences so they could not only hear that beat but they too could CREATE it.   Breaking down barriers, working in harmony, and getting corporate teams ‘into the groove’ leads to agile mindsets in the companies he now works with. He is most definitely an interactive speaker.  Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome Mister Tom Morley.   Bio Tom Morley was the original drummer and a founder member of Scritti Politti, the 70s / 80s band who were pioneers of DIY music before appearing on the dance scene. Unlike other bands Scritti used to make half their songs up on stage. How is this significant to you? Simply because Tom creates INSTANT teams, delivering INSTANT team work. Within just 10 minutes Tom has a room working as one team in perfect harmony using drums. He generates the most extraordinary energy and good will, and has teams performing where there are no silos, no barriers and no hierarchical limitations. Delegates are given permission to take risks and become more creative, breaking through their self-limiting beliefs en masse while changing their individual mindsets. Whether he is working with a group of 10 or 200, the end result is always the same. One high performing team achieving an amazing sound and creating a lasting legacy of what it feels like to be part of a truly performing team. Tom Morley then explores with the group how they can take these feelings and achievements back into their place of work, thus making tangible that all important sustainable difference. He is truly original and inspiring around the topic of team building and his approach is refreshingly different and memorable! Tom’s background of life on many stages enables him to read a room and see exactly what the audience needs. He then delivers it with humour, style, and panache. Having run hundreds of team-building events around the world Tom feels comfortable with any crowd, even the most hardened sceptics! He’s also happy to share the stage and collaborate with whoever else is on the schedule. If there’s a way of deepening the conference message with a custom-written anthem that the whole group can drum or sing along to just mention it when you speak to us. Recorded: 6th June 2019 Links: More about Tom Morley REMIX More about Maria Franzoni Ltd Connect with Maria on Linkedin Connect with Maria on FaceBook To book any of the speakers featured on the Speaking Business podcast, click here  
This week Maria’s guest on the show is Tim Reid. Tim spent over 20 years working with some of the world's most creative organizations including global ad agencies and innovation consultancies. Before having his first sitcom, Car Share, starring superstar comedian, Peter Kay, commissioned by the BBC. As an innovation expert, Tim has helped many clients from beer brands to broadcasters, confectioners to condom makers, reimagine the future and reinvent their businesses. As a coach, Tim has enabled hundreds of teams across the world to reignite their own creative potential to have bigger, better ideas. From his unique position as both the successful innovation consultant and comedy writer, Tim has drawn together a practical guide to applying the trade secrets used by top creative professionals, comedians and writers. Recorded on: 4th April 2018 Show Notes: In this week’s show Tim Reid talks about where the idea for the BAFTA award-winning TV sitcom Car Share came from. How his career path changed when he realised that he wasn’t destined to be a rock star. Why it’s important to make the time and space for creativity, and what your “weekend brain” is!  All this and much more… Links: More about Tim Reid More about Maria Franzoni Ltd Connect with Maria on Linkedin Connect with Maria on FaceBook Significant quotes: “Loosen your tie, take it off, sit down, relax and be prepared to break some rules.”   Next Week: Join us next week when Maria’s guest will be Adventure Athlete, Mark Pollock      
My guest this week is unusual; he is a businessperson working in energy transition who also writes books for general audiences. His next book will be published in January 2020 and will provide a short guide to each sector of the economy and what needs to be done to completely decarbonise. He was, until recently, chair of a rapidly growing electric vehicle charging company which was then sold to the French energy multinational Engie. He has a variety of angel investments in electricity generation and energy efficiency.  He speaks frequently to business and general audiences across Europe on all things relating to climate change and energy transition. And he practices what he preaches, he takes the train. It is my pleasure to welcome this week’s guest, Chris Goodall Bio Chris Goodall is the author of several successful books and writer for Guardian Environment Network and other energy websites, such as Abundance and The Ecologist. His latest book, The Switch, covers the unstoppable rise of solar power. Additionally, he runs Carbon Commentary and its weekly newsletter, covering topics across the energy technology and finance around the world and Solar Forecast, giving a uniquely accurate forecast of UK solar power output over the next five days. Chris Goodall’s expertise lies in the global approaches to low carbon energy generation, low carbon heat, electric cars and battery storage as well as carbon capture and geoengineering. Chris is a strong believer in research and supports that the world can now become a world of low fossil fuel use but reasonable prosperity for all. He is an optimist about the energy future. Recorded on:  31st October 2019 Links: More about Chris Goodall More about Maria Franzoni Ltd Connect with Maria on Linkedin Connect with Maria on FaceBook To book any of the speakers featured on the Speaking Business podcast, click here Listen here: Libsyn  Itunes  Soundcloud Stitcher Spotify
This week Maria’s guest on the show is Tony Hawks, who is a British author and comedian and best known for his appearances on shows like "QI", "Just a Minute", and "I'm Sorry, I Haven't a Clue". His bestselling books include "Round Ireland with a Fridge" which has sold nearly a million copies worldwide. He is not to be mixed up with Tony Hawk, the American skateboarder, who is not as funny as Tony. Recorded on: 5th April 2018   Show Notes: In this week’s show Tony Hawks tells us about his big hit with his band Morris Minor and the Majors and how through his music, his career in comedy began. He talks about the reason why he hitch-hiked round Ireland with a fridge and how that motivated him to write a bestselling book about it. Also, how he was able to open a care centre for kids with cerebral palsy in Moldova due to a silly bet and how he incorporates some of the lessons from his adventures into his corporate talks. Links: Morris Minor and The Majors – Stutter Rap video Tony Hawks Centre Maldova More about Tony Hawks More about Maria Franzoni Ltd Connect with Maria on Linkedin Connect with Maria on FaceBook Significant quotes: “Ireland's the one place in the world where you could hitch with a fridge and get all the way around.” Next Week: Join us next week when Maria’s guest will be one of the country’s leading experts on sales motivation, Phil Hesketh.      
This week Maria’s guest on the show is Mark Stevenson. Mark is a futurist, broadcaster, and expert on global trends and innovation. He's a highly respected thinker on the interplay of technology and society, helping a diverse mix of clients to become future-literate and adapt their cultures and strategy to squarely face the questions the future is asking them. He's the author of two best-selling books, An Optimist's Tour of the Future, and the award-winning, We Do Things Differently: The Outsiders Rebooting Our World. Mark's many advisory roles include Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Earth Challenge and Atlas of the Future. Mark is also resident futurist at the National Theatre of Scotland. TED curator, Chris Anderson said, "Stevenson wears no blindfold. His tools are curiosity, open-mindedness, clarity, and reason." Recorded on: 27th April 2018 Show Notes: In this week’s show, Mark Stevenson talks to us about how he came to be a futurist via stand-up, about technology change over the next 20 years and why cultural change is so important. Mark tells us what he is doing with Richard Branson and the Virgin Earth Challenge and that he has an album coming out with plans to go out on the road! All this and much, much more. Links: More about Mark Stevenson Futurenauts podcast More about Maria Franzoni Ltd Connect with Maria on LinkedIn Connect with Maria on FaceBook Significant quotes: “The bad news is everything's broken. The good news is we can fix it. The ugly news is the next 20 years is going to be a bloodbath as the old world has to die.” Next Week: Join us next week when Maria’s guest will be co-founder of organic chocolate company, Green and Blacks, Josephine Fairley    
My guest this week is the Co-Founder of the public speaking training company - Speaker Express.  He knows what it takes to build great stage presence and how to use speaking as a transformative business growth tool.  He has used speaking to help build 3 successful businesses himself.  He is passionate about stretching speakers to their full potential, enabling aspiring speakers and business owners to quickly get the results they are looking for in an authentic and empowering way. He is the author of 3 books including the best-selling Power to Succeed. Please welcome, speaker coach, entrepreneur and best-selling author Elliot Kay. NB: Since recording the title of Elliot's latest book has changed to 'Speaking Influence Sell' and will be released on 20th August 2020. Bio As Co-Founder of Speaker Express, Elliot not only knows what it takes to build great stage presence but is also a master at teaching business owners how to transform their messages into a powerful growth tool. Using his love of speaking to help build 3 successful businesses, Elliot has spent more than 6000 hours on stage, speaking to audiences across Europe, Africa, the US, and the Middle East. With a passion for stretching speakers to their full potential, Elliot’s down-to-earth and charismatic approach enables aspiring speakers and business owners to quickly get the results they are looking for in an authentic and empowering way. Acting as a mentor and teacher, his success in helping hundreds of entrepreneurs use the stage to build heir business led to the creation of The Speakers’ Method, a proven formula to getting more growth and exposure exclusive to Speaker Express. Elliot is also the author of 3 books including the best-selling Power to Succeed and is the founder of the Thriving Entrepreneur Conference. When he’s not on stage, mentoring speakers, or building his business empire, you can find Elliot spending time with his beautiful wife and daughter or training for his next half marathon. Elliot provides great content that will educate and keep your audience entertained. He has a passion for the entrepreneurial journey and has a way of weaving valuable business lessons and insights into stories to keep the audience engaged throughout the entire presentation.  Elliot makes time in his timetable to speak at Schools & Universities. Elliot’s inspiring keynotes come from his own hardships, dyslexic, being misunderstood, alcoholic father and living with my brother at the age of 17. Elliot gives advice on what tools and elements you need to succeed. How to truly be yourself as you grow through the years and get out in the real world. Elliot offer a number of different talks which I present to schools, colleges and universities.  Elliot takes girls and boys on a story through his early school life from being a complete rebel and heading towards crime to achieving global award-winning success. Elliot hopes to inspire generations to build self-esteem, self-confidence and understand that strengths and flaws lie in us all. No one is prefect. Elliot wants to inspire the leaders of tomorrow today. Recorded on: 17th February 2020  Links: More about Maria Franzoni Ltd Connect with Maria on Linkedin Connect with Maria on FaceBook To book any of the speakers featured on the Speaking Business podcast, click here Listen here: Libsyn  Itunes  Soundcloud Stitcher Spotify
My guest this week is a Future-Ready Innovator. She has led transformation for Adobe, Autodesk, LiveNation as well as founding two Silicon Valley companies. Today she is building the Executive Growth Alliance, a global community of open curious and brave leaders collaborating to drive change in environment, transportation, health and consumer services.  She is here to share her journey to future-readiness and what it takes for leaders to succeed in today’s fast paced world of change.  Please give a warm speaking business welcome to Jennifer Vessels. Bio As a Silicon Valley entrepreneur; leader of transformation for Adobe, Cisco, LiveNation; and Chief Innovator for Next Step, Jennifer Vessels is an acknowledged expert in understanding what really works to drive change, leverage digitalisation, avoid disruption and gain tangible returns on innovation.  Her real – world examples and practical leadership, business growth and transformation techniques are proven to deliver increased productivity, speed up change, increase customer engagement and revenue growth. Future-readiness, i.e. adaptability, openness to global perspectives, willingness to explore and collaboration are natural to Jennifer.  Through her career in Technology Sales and Leadership with UB Networks and Tandberg, Jennifer built and led global teams consistently exceeding targets – across 3 continents in 6 years. After launching Tandberg USA, Jennifer founded Next Step in Silicon Valley to maximise results for companies committed to growth. Her vision and practical approach were instrumental in Next Step’s leadership of global expansion of Google, Netflix, Palo Alto Networks and business transformation for Adobe, AutoDesk, Avinor, Goodwill, LiveNation. As a natural connector, Jennifer knows the importance of human collaboration to address challenges, explore new ideas and drive success.  In 2017, she established the Executive Growth Alliance (EGA), a worldwide community of Open, Curious Brave leaders who collaborate locally and globally to become future-ready.  Using proven power of peers methodology, EGA members collaborate to co-create new solutions and share learning as they address common innovation challenges.    The result is growth for the members and their organizations, while impacting global challenges in agriculture, environment, health, industry and mobility. Jennifer is well-recognised as a high-impact speaker, conference moderator and workshop facilitator for Leadership Conferences, Corporate Events, Sales Meetings, Industry Association Meetings, Gartner Group Conferences, Vistage Events +.  Her contributions to leadership and futurist blogs, publications, podcasts and LinkedIn demonstrate her commitment to global future-readiness, new leadership approaches, business transformation and team diversity. If you want real results, learning and action, Jennifer is guaranteed to deliver. Recorded on: 26th February 2020 Links: More about Jennifer Vessels More about Maria Franzoni Ltd Connect with Maria on Linkedin Connect with Maria on FaceBook To book any of the speakers featured on the Speaking Business podcast, click here Listen here: Libsyn  Itunes  Stitcher Spotify  
My guest this week is currently CEO of The Marketing Society, a global network of progressive leaders and former CEO of The Caffeine Partnership, a unique business consultancy which helps leaders to work with purpose and pace. She is an experienced business leader, entrepreneur and brand specialist. She is constantly curious about how to speed up success, she hates wasting time and believes impatience is usually a virtue. She a passionate advocate of flexible working as the future of effective companies and regularly discusses innovative approaches to balance business and family life. She is the author of the number one best seller in Change Management books Superfast: Lead at Speed. Please welcome this week’s guest self-confessed acceleration addict Sophie Devonshire. Bio Sophie Devonshire is an experienced business leader, entrepreneur, brand specialist and author who has worked in and with multinational companies, successful start-ups and agencies. Her highly creative and commercial approach comes from a career which began with classic management training at Procter & Gamble and then Coca-Cola. She later moved agency-side with Leo Burnett in the Middle East and Interbrand in London. She has personal experience of being a successful entrepreneur, setting up her own award-winning e-commerce business in the middle of the recession which she sold before running a luxury gifts business. Sophie is currently CEO of The Marketing Society, a global network of progressive leaders. and is the former CEO of The Caffeine Partnership, a unique business consultancy which helps leaders to work with purpose and pace. She is an experienced business leader, entrepreneur and brand specialist. An ‘acceleration addict’ she is constantly curious about how to speed up success. She hates wasting time and believes impatience is usually a virtue. She is an experienced keynote speaker, talking to organisations and at events regularly. Sophie has worked and lived in London, Tallinn and Dubai as well as consulted for brands across the globe. She is also a commentator on the future of brands and in addition has won awards for innovative business set-ups which support a futuristic way of working. Sophie writes and speaks on the role brands play in successful business. She’s also a passionate advocate of flexible working as the future of effective companies (having won awards for her own business ‘sexi-flexi’ approach), and regularly discusses innovative approaches to balance business and family life. Sophie is the author of Superfast: Lead at Speed published by John Murray Press, the #1 bestseller in Change Management books on Amazon which was shortlisted for Business Book of the Year. Recorded on: 13th March 2020 Links: More about Sophie Devonshire More about Maria Franzoni Ltd Connect with Maria on Linkedin Connect with Maria on FaceBook To book any of the speakers featured on the Speaking Business podcast, click here Listen here: Libsyn  Itunes  Stitcher Spotify  
This week Maria’s guest on the show is Caspar Berry. After studying Economics at Cambridge, Caspar decided to put what he had learnt there into practice in a rather unique way. He moved to Las Vegas and became a professional poker player. He played poker for much of the next three years before finding himself as the poker adviser on the James Bond movie Casino Royale. Recorded on: 1st March 2018 Intro Paragraph: In this week’s show, Caspar talks about some of the lessons that you can apply from poker to business.  How embracing uncertainty can help decision making. He tells us about working with Ant and Dec, getting Robert Webb and David Mitchell together and breaking the rules with Daniel Craig in Casino Royale. And much much more … Significant quotes: “The essence of poker is the essence of decision-making theory, investment theory and risk-reward analysis.”  Links: More about Caspar Berry More about Maria Franzoni Ltd Connect with Maria on Linkedin Connect with Maria on FaceBook Next Week: Join us next week when Maria’s guest will be Comedian, Improviser, Creativity & Communication Coach and Founder of Comedy Store Players, Neil Mullarkey.    
This week’s guest founded Shazam Entertainment, the world’s first mobile phone-based music recognition service which was acquired by Apple in 2018 for a reported $400 million.  In 2015 the Financial Times named him one of Europe’s Top 50 technology entrepreneurs. Previously he was Head of Banking Innovation at Virgin Money, responsible for developing new digital services for students in the UK. He has also worked in media, entertainment, technology and in charity at Save the Children. Now he is an angel investor in “Tech for Good” start-ups and a regular speaker on innovation, entrepreneurship and emerging technology.   My guest is Dhiraj Mukherjee. Bio Dhiraj Mukherjee is co-founder of Shazam and an experienced digital business executive and entrepreneur, with a proven track record in both corporate and start-up environments. Recognised by the Financial Times as one of Europe’s Top 50 technology entrepreneurs in 2015, Dhiraj Mukherjee was previously Head of Banking Innovation at Virgin Money, where he was responsible for developing and implementing disruptive new digital banking products, propositions and partnerships. Recent projects include leading the team responsible for creating Virgin Money Digital Bank’s next-generation product, aimed at serving 2.2 million students in the UK. Over the course of his career, Dhiraj has held directorial roles across a range of sectors including media & entertainment, consulting and the charity sector. In 2000, Dhiraj co-founded Shazam Entertainment, the world’s first mobile phone-based music recognition service. He was a Director of Shazam from 2000-2003, and raised £600,000 in seed funding and over £10m in venture capital investment over three rounds. Dhiraj has been a Board observer for Shazam since 2004, and is actively engaged in shaping overall product and corporate strategy.  Shazam was acquired by Apple in 2017 for a reported $400 million. He is now an active angel investor focused on emerging technologies and “Tech for Good,” including several start-ups leveraging AI to help create a better society. Dhiraj has a degree in Mathematical Economics from Dartmouth College, USA and an MBA from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business. He speaks regularly at conferences on innovation, entrepreneurship and emerging technology. Recorded: 19th September 2019 Links: More about Dhiraj Mukherjee More about Maria Franzoni Ltd Connect with Maria on Linkedin Connect with Maria on FaceBook To book any of the speakers featured on the Speaking Business podcast, click here Listen here: Libsyn  Itunes  Soundcloud Stitcher Spotify    
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