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How do you recover from one of the most life shattering experiences that can happen to a person? Not only that, how do you face it calmly and with grace? In this moment Dr Aria discusses how to find and cultivate stillness in the eye of the hurricane that life can sometimes be. While it’s impossible to escape the suffering that is a part of life, Dr Aria says that it is crucial to not ask why you are suffering, but have a self belief that all will be well and see it ass a temporary part of journey to a new and meaningful life Listen to the full episode here - https://g2ul0.app.link/nvORjUciBvb Dr Aria: https://www.dr-aria.com https://www.instagram.com/dr._aria/?hl=en Watch the Episodes On Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/c/TheDiaryOfACEO/videos
The co-creator of the infamous Fyre festival, Billy McFarland spent 4 years behind bars for lying to investors and using the mythical tropical island festival as a way to pay off his debts. You have probably heard of him from the 2 massively popular documentaries that blew up on social media. However, what you haven’t heard is the story of Billy as a childhood entrepreneur, creating and selling companies before he was even able to cash the cheques in his own bank account. A college dropout who moved to New York at 18 with nothing but hustle and drive. Only months released from prison, Billy brings his still raw experiences to this intimate conversation, discussing everything from the motivation for the festival, his spectacular fall from grace and how he plans to pay back his debts and build back from nothing. Topics: Early Context A desire to prove yourself Your entrepreneurial journey Magnises The start of Fyre Are you a pathological liar? Not wanting watch the documentary Your skills sets that enabled all of this The ‘urgent payment sheet/‘ The mental health implications of all of this Your insecurities When you realised everything had gone wrong Did you ask Andy king to such a penis? People losing their life savings The FBI coming for you Carrying on with the scams Your relationship with lying now What was it like when the FBI came knocking? Ja rule Going to jail The worst thing the happened in jail Your mental health journey now What was your plan when you got out? How are you doing? The last guest question Billy: bit.ly/3FzNX7x bit.ly/3FeD6ym Watch the episodes on Youtube: https://g2ul0.app.link/3kxINCANKsb Follow us on Telegram: https://g2ul0.app.link/E5re0ADNKsb Sponsors: Intel - https://bit.ly/3UVp3UC use our code evoceo15 for 15% off at John Lewis Huel - https://g2ul0.app.link/G4RjcdKNKsb BlueJeans - https://g2ul0.app.link/NCgpGjVNKsb Craftd - https://g2ul0.app.link/gZ8in6Dsvsb
To call Stephen Fry a national treasure would be underselling him. One of the hardest working names in British media, you name it and Stephen has done it; writer, actor, director and comedian. The size of his contribution to British culture in over four decades as a public figure is staggering. However, behind this mountain of work and out of the spotlight is a side of Stephen Fry that many people will be completely unaware of, from a childhood of crime and loneliness, to severe mental health struggles and attempts at suicide. In this honest and revealing conversation Stephen discusses the scars he carries within him and which affect him to this day. But despite this he is constantly reinventing himself and striving to find joy in the smaller things in life, all the while spreading happiness and wonder with his work. Topics: Early context Credit card fraud - getting arrested Feeling like an outsider Going to Cambridge Why acting? Where happiness really comes from How can we change who we are? What has changed from the core of your younger self Lowest moment in your life Manic depression Your relationship with social media Depressive lows Why have you been successful Are we all artists? What creates a good life for you? Last guest question Stephen: Instagram - https://bit.ly/3un1E3d Watch the episodes on Youtube: https://g2ul0.app.link/3kxINCANKsb Follow us on Telegram: https://g2ul0.app.link/E5re0ADNKsb Confidential helplines and sources of support: Samaritans   116 123 / samaritans.org Papyrus - Prevention of Young Suicide  0800 068 41 41 www.papyrus-uk.org   Maytree - A sanctuary for the suicidal  02072637070 / https://www.maytree.org.uk   Calm Campaign Against Living Miserably  0800 58 58 58  / www.thecalmzone.net Sponsors: Intel - https://bit.ly/3UVp3UC use our code evoceo15 for 15% off at John Lewis Mercedes-Benz - https://bit.ly/3yXTQI1 Huel - https://g2ul0.app.link/G4RjcdKNKsb BlueJeans - https://g2ul0.app.link/NCgpGjVNKsb
In these ‘Moment’ episodes of my podcast, I’ll be selecting my favourite moments from previous episodes of The Diary Of A CEO.  Rather than looking for shallow reasons to change your life, in this moment James Smith asks you to examine your ‘pain points’. Whether it is in fitness or business, James believes that we should draw on our deep rooted problems or fears and transform them into lasting motivation that will fuel us through the difficult improvements we have always wanted to make in our lives. As expectations influence outcomes, James says that it is crucial to break away from societies fear of failure and change our internal narratives and perceptive and adjust towards optimism. Listen to the full episode here - https://g2ul0.app.link/8UhGwGTkpvb James: https://twitter.com/jamessmithPT_?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor https://www.instagram.com/jamessmithpt/?hl=en Watch the Episodes On Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/c/TheDiaryOfACEO/videos
Annie Macmanus is a voice we’ve been hearing for twenty years. First as a presenter and tastemaker for the UK’s biggest dance music radio show, as a festival headlining DJ, as host of her podcast ‘Changes with Annie Macmanus’, and now as an author of her best-selling novel ‘Mother Mother’. Reaching the pinnacle of success with a relentless schedule headlining a 2am show in Ibiza every week before flying back in the morning to present her daily radio show, it took the pandemic lockdowns for Annie to realise she wanted something completely different from her life. So she started again. This conversation explores her decision to check in with herself and walk away from a 17 year career at the BBC to explore her passions of writing and podcasts. She presents the challenging notion that your life needs to have a revolution every 20 years for it to remain meaningful and fulfilling. Topics: Early context People please Your parents Your insecurities Leaving Ireland - being rejected why didn't you keep trying? Labels Cost of being wrapped up in your labels Learning to listen to instinct Feeling burdened Midlife crisis doubts and fears making big decisions Why did you make it? Is your relationship with work healthy? Mental health Tokenism A successful life for you last guest question Annie: Instagram - bit.ly/3iqZtcu Twitter - bit.ly/3UrsxOa Annie's podcast: bit.ly/3UhzNvT  Annie's book: bit.ly/3VGwT57 Watch the episodes on Youtube: https://g2ul0.app.link/3kxINCANKsb Follow us on Telegram: https://g2ul0.app.link/E5re0ADNKsb Sponsors: Huel - https://g2ul0.app.link/G4RjcdKNKsb BlueJeans - https://g2ul0.app.link/NCgpGjVNKsb Craftd - https://g2ul0.app.link/gZ8in6Dsvsb
Charlie Sloth is a radio presenter on Apple Music One, and previously on Radio One. The creator of “Fire in the Booth”, he is known as a adept and visionary patron of new artists worldwide. Appearing on Sloth's show is the moment many rappers and musical artists ‘make it’. Charlie wouldn’t have it any other way. As he reveals in this episode, he has never deviated from his dream of bringing new talent to the fore. Even when he was living in a shed as a single father with a young son, he knew where he wanted to end up. That perseverance got him through the difficult moments, when nothing else would. In this conversation Charlie opens up about the need to hold yourself to high standards, because the only feedback that’s actually going to take you to the next level is the feedback you give yourself. In a raw, honest and Frank exchange, Charlie shares his lessons that he’s picked up from a lifetime of hustling, from being a street artist to founding one of the worlds most successful vodka brands - Charlie is never someone to do things by halves. Topics: How my environment shaped me Tower Block Dreams  Self-belief & hard times  The beginnings of Charlie Sloth Lack of role models Fire In The Booth Your brand's integrity and deleting episodes Doubting myself What makes a great artist? Joining Apple Music Au vodka & the strategy behind its success Your personal life & work-life balance Are you a workaholic? Our last guest's question Charlie: Instagram - http://bit.ly/3u2YD8n Twitter - http://bit.ly/3gDhLqn Watch the episodes on Youtube: https://g2ul0.app.link/3kxINCANKsb Follow us on Telegram: https://g2ul0.app.link/E5re0ADNKsb Sponsors: Huel - https://g2ul0.app.link/G4RjcdKNKsb BlueJeans - https://g2ul0.app.link/NCgpGjVNKsb
In these ‘Moment’ episodes of my podcast, I’ll be selecting my favourite moments from previous episodes of The Diary Of A CEO. In this moment Julian Treasure opens up his vocal toolbox and talks about the importance of paying attention to your voice. While people focus on the content of their speeches and talks, their voice is just as important for every aspect of their life, considering that it is used to inspired, lead, communicate and build relationships. Julian believes that the voice should be treated as a skill rather than a natural capability, something that can be trained, improved and in turn have positive knock on effects for your happiness, health and wealth. Listen to the full episode here - https://g2ul0.app.link/pEn5wA7Xdvb Julian: https://www.juliantreasure.com https://twitter.com/juliantreasure?lang=en Get Your Diary Here: https://g2ul0.app.link/WJconj0g2ub Watch the Episodes On Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/c/TheDiaryOfACEO/videos
From his recent global TikTok fame to his BAFTA award-winning documentaries Louis Theroux has delighted audiences and grown a cult following with his distinctive brand of personality. Best know for his documentary series ‘Weird Weekends’, and ‘When Louis Met……’ Louis has explored the most controversial subjects with wide eyed curiosity and openness. In this conversation Louis discusses how his childhood and upbringing affected his career, channeling his anxiety and social awkwardness into his work of exploring the darker aspects of human psychology and behaviour. He also talks about how his work has evolved and grown, from his initial big break in America to his new series of celebrity interviews, and how he has had to balance this with his family life. Just like with his documentaries, in this episode Louis brings his trademark honesty and openness Topics: Early context Your early relationship with work Affection What is your dark-side Struggling to connect with people Feeling anxious doing new things Your new series Conforming vs being disruptive Feeling like an imposter Are you now aware of what people saw in you? How do you remain happy? How do you connect with all these people? You must be good at connecting with your partner….? Being insincere Neglecting your personal life for work Your experience with anxiety Your mental health The last guest's question Louis:  Instagram - bit.ly/3AIepJg  Twitter - http://bit.ly/3EXtCsF Louis Theroux latest series 'Louis Theroux Interviews': https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m001fhfl/louis-theroux-interviews-series-1 the Diary: https://bit.ly/3fUcF8q      Watch the episodes on Youtube: https://g2ul0.app.link/3kxINCANKsb  Follow us on Telegram: https://g2ul0.app.link/E5re0ADNKsb Sponsors:  Mercedes-Benz - https://bit.ly/3yXTQI1  Intel - http://bit.ly/3UVp3UC  Craftd - https://g2ul0.app.link/gZ8in6Dsvsb  Huel - https://g2ul0.app.link/G4RjcdKNKsb
Labrinth is a singer, rapper, producer, and composer behind HBO’s Euphoria. Achieving success at a young age, he gave it all up to go to America and start from the bottom all over again. This is his story. A true independent spirit, after getting frustrated with the corporate demands of Simon Cowell’s record label, he gave up his life in the UK where he had number one albums and an A list life to move to LA, where he was totally unknown. Topics: Early context Your relationship with your mother and father Comparing yourself to others When did you start music ADHD Creativity Doing things you don't want to do When did you feel like something had to change? Panic attacks How do you feel about your old music? Leaving the uk Being a small fish in a big pond Your new music Where do you find your inspiration? Advice for younger lab Goals now Last guest question Labrinth:  Instagram - http://bit.ly/3AvQyfI  Twitter - http://bit.ly/3i2O02g    The Diary: https://bit.ly/3fUcF8q     Watch the episodes on Youtube: https://g2ul0.app.link/3kxINCANKsb Follow us on Telegram: https://g2ul0.app.link/E5re0ADNKsb Sponsors: Craftd - https://g2ul0.app.link/gZ8in6Dsvsb  BlueJeans - https://g2ul0.app.link/NCgpGjVNKsb  Huel - https://g2ul0.app.link/G4RjcdKNKsb
In these ‘Moment’ episodes of my podcast, I’ll be selecting my favourite moments from previous episodes of The Diary Of A CEO. In this moment, Nicola Mendelsohn CBE talks about the need to bring your whole self to work. Allowing the space and culture within companies for people to be who they are and know what matters to them leads people to becoming higher performers. She discusses the importance of understanding your core skills and strengths and having an informal ‘board of advisers’ to help you create a stronger vision of yourself. But, while it is crucial to ask for what you want, Nicola believes that it is just as important to do your homework on your career and know what truly matters to you, as no one else is going to do it for you. Listen to the full episode here - https://g2ul0.app.link/FaUcchlb2ub Nicola: https://www.instagram.com/nicolamen/?hl=en https://twitter.com/nicolamen?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor Get Your Diary Here: https://g2ul0.app.link/WJconj0g2ub Watch the Episodes On Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/c/TheDiaryOfACEO/videos
Peter Crouch is a legend both on and off the football pitch. Capped 42 times for England, he is one of the few players to have scored 100 or more Premier League goals. Since retirement he has further cemented his role as a cheeky national treasure with his role as a football pundit and host of That Peter Crouch Podcast. But few up to now have seen the man behind the persona. It was childhood bullying and taunts about his height that helped to shape the down to earth man that audiences love today. Using this abuse as his fuel and motivation, he made sure that he let his actions on the pitch do the talking to prove his critics wrong. This conversation explores his path and drive to footballing greatness, as well as his acknowledgement of the characteristics that led a select few of his teammates from great to legendary. He is a walking example of the benefits and rewards of staying true to yourself, keeping self-perspective and self-awareness, and the benefits of trying to be a good role model. Topics: Early years Learning that you were different Your parents Why did certain people make and it and others didn’t The pressure of being a high level football player Dealing with fan booing you Turning to drink 6 clubs before the age of 25 Players not enjoying themselves What do you think of Liverpool now? What made a really good manager What made a bad manager the best manager you played for Your thoughts on Ronaldo Keeping respect as a manager The end of your football career Balance Your podcast Your mental health Crouch fest Your goal now The last guests question Peter:  Instagram - http://bit.ly/3g6e78g   Twitter - http://bit.ly/3AlKwhK Peters book: http://bit.ly/3Ogl3fG   Crouch fest: http://bit.ly/3hNrUB4 The Diary: https://bit.ly/3fUcF8q  Watch the episodes on Youtube: https://g2ul0.app.link/3kxINCANKsb Follow us on Telegram: https://g2ul0.app.link/E5re0ADNKsb Sponsors: Amex - https://bit.ly/3TATNKc Huel - https://g2ul0.app.link/G4RjcdKNKsb  Intel - http://bit.ly/3UVp3UC  Craftd - https://g2ul0.app.link/gZ8in6Dsvsb
Whitney Wolfe Herd is the founder of Bumble and the first self-made female billionaire on the planet. In this episode, she reveals after leaving Tinder in explosive circumstances, the injustices she faced drove her on to build a better kind of dating app. A firm believer that the way to connect with people is by being authentic and being vulnerable, Whitney reveals she routinely shares with her staff her struggles with anxiety and when she’s not feeling on top of things. The only path to human connection lies through honesty, and Whitney breaks the mould to be as transparent with her employees as she can. In one of our rawest and most emotional conversations with CEOs yet, Whitney reveals that she wanted to be the boss not because she wanted to, but because she thought the nature of her character meant she couldn’t work for anybody else. Topics: Early context How do we follow what we really want? What did you want to be when you grew up? Your background education Moving into the working world The importance of leaning in Early marketing tactics for tinder Naivety What was Tinder like in the early days? Regrets when building a business Your departure from Tinder When was your darkest day? Why did Bumble win Balance Why did bumble win? Leadership How do you staying harmony with yourself The importance of being vulnerable as a leader What does a successful 10 years look like for bumble? The last guest question Whitney: Instagram: http://bit.ly/3UUZR0P Twitter: http://bit.ly/3UWNstj Bumble: http://bit.ly/3EtAgXi The Dairy: bit.ly/3fUcF8q Watch the episodes on Youtube: https://g2ul0.app.link/3kxINCANKsb Follow us on Telegram: https://g2ul0.app.link/E5re0ADNKsb Sponsors: Intel - http://bit.ly/3UVp3UC Mercedes-Benz - https://bit.ly/3yXTQI1 Huel - https://g2ul0.app.link/G4RjcdKNKsb Amex - https://bit.ly/3TATNKc
In these ‘Moment’ episodes of my podcast, I’ll be selecting my favourite moments from previous episodes of The Diary Of A CEO. In this moment, Jay Shetty gives his 4 key pillars for long lasting relationships. Jay found these pillars after he says that one of the biggest mistake he has made, and humanity still makes, is chasing what he calls “divinity in humanity”. But the search for a non-existent perfect person with all the answers can lead to insecurity and anxiety. Instead, Jay talks about how every single person in your life should provide at least one of these key pillars and the importance of having them in your life. Listen to the full episode here - https://g2ul0.app.link/nHKf58sFQub  Wait list for The Diary - Add your name here: bit.ly/3fUcF8q Jay: https://www.instagram.com/jayshetty/?hl=en https://twitter.com/jayshetty?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor Watch the Episodes On Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/c/TheDiaryOfACEO/videos
Raphael Rowe is the host of Worlds Toughest Prisons on Netflix, the worldwide-hit show that takes us inside the toughest penitentiaries on the planet. It’s a world he knows well, wrongfully convicted of murder, he spent twelve years in maximum security prisons before he proved his innocence and was released. In a conversation that goes into more depth about how he survived twelve years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit than he ever has before, Raphael bares all about the son he’s never spoken to, how he kept going against all the odds, what the experience taught him about life, and about himself. But what’s striking about Raphael’s story is it’s often the simple things that get us through the difficult moments. A good relationship, exercise, self awareness. Raphael really illustrates how control over basic components of self and social awareness help people survive in even the toughest environments. Topics: Early context Getting kicked out of school Getting kidnapped Trying to fit into an environment Having a child Your relationship with your son now The moment your life changed forever Were you hopeful? The moment you hear the verdict This podcast this streamed in prison Did you think you were going to spend your whole life in prison? Seeing people taking their own lives People being paid to make false statements Story about a chaplain The first domino that lead to your release The moment you found out you were being released Did they ever say you were innocent? How much compensation did they give you? Psychological scars What have you learnt about the importance of hope Your foundation Have you forgiven anyone for what they did to you? Would you erase those years? Finding love The last guest's question Raphael: Instagram - https://bit.ly/3UAADV1 Twitter - https://bit.ly/3zN84vK Website - https://bit.ly/3E4N9Xz The Dairy sign up link: bit.ly/3fUcF8q Watch the episodes on Youtube: https://g2ul0.app.link/3kxINCANKsb Follow us on Telegram: https://g2ul0.app.link/E5re0ADNKsb Sponsors: Huel - https://g2ul0.app.link/G4RjcdKNKsb Craftd - https://g2ul0.app.link/gZ8in6Dsvsb
Gabor Mate is a multi-bestselling author and a world leading expert on trauma and how it effects us throughout our whole lives. A holocaust survivor and a first generation immigrant, Gabor’s knowledge and wisdom on the scars trauma leaves behind is deep and drawn from personal experience. In a conversation that unlocks the answers to people’s most burning questions about trauma, mental health, ADHD, and the hidden hardwire of our brain, Gabor brings us one step closer to really knowing ourselves and our inner urges. Gabor’s voice, both literally and in terms of what he has to say, is like a balm for anyone who’s mental health has ever caused them worries. Gabor has been through things few of us can ever imagine, and his insights are those few of us could ever have thought of before. Topics: Early context How does someone correct their traumatic events? How did your traumatic event show shape you? What did you focus on in your career? What did working with patients towards the end of their life teach you? The importance of following our passion The Myth Of Normal How would our approaches change if we took away the concept of normal? How parents behaviour can impact a child How do you define trauma? Does everyone have trauma? Why can two people with the same trauma turn out differently? Being controlled by our trauma Do we ever cut the putter master strings? How does someone become more aware? Additions and how we develop them How do we find our sense of worth? Why is authenticity so important Taking personal responsibility The 5 Rs to take control of your life ADHD Do you think society is getting more toxic? What are you still struggling with? The last guest’s question Gabor: Instagram - https://bit.ly/3zLZvRK Twitter - https://bit.ly/3E7nca4  Gabor's book, The Myth Of Normal: https://amzn.to/3tlR7VP The Dairy sign up link: bit.ly/3fUcF8q  Watch the episodes on Youtube: https://g2ul0.app.link/3kxINCANKsb  Follow us on Telegram: https://g2ul0.app.link/E5re0ADNKsb  Sponsors:  Amex - https://bit.ly/3TATNKc Huel - https://g2ul0.app.link/G4RjcdKNKsb
In these ‘Moment’ episodes of my podcast, I’ll be selecting my favourite moments from previous episodes of The Diary Of A CEO. In this moment, Tim Glover talks about the tiny differences that make the difference between winning and losing. There’s one thing that seperates the very best from the rest, and it is sweating every single tiny detail. Tim Glover is the man who was in charge of performance for both Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant. He sums up Kobe Bryant’s attitude to winning the NBA with one phrase: ‘Kobe Bryant was not interested in winning championships, he was obsessed’. For the top 1%, there is no such thing as letting it slide. Listen to the full episode here - https://g2ul0.app.link/myoWFljcFub Tim Grover: https://timgrover.com https://www.instagram.com/timgrover/?hl=en Wait list for The Diary - Add your name here: bit.ly/3fUcF8q Watch the Episodes On Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/c/TheDiaryOfACEO/videos
Dame Dash is the co-founder of Roc-A-Fella records and the producer who discovered Jay-Z and  Kanye West. A legend of hip hop and rap who changed not only the dominant sound within the genre, he totally upended the way it operated as a business. In this conversation, he tells his story. Always knowing that he could never work for anyone else, nor could he sell out his business to ‘corporates’, his has been the life of a true ‘independent’, going from one start up venture to the next with only one thing seemingly connecting his wildly diverse businesses: it was what he wanted to do. In a raw and frank conversation Damon reveals the lessons he’s learnt from his triumphs and successes, his regrets, his proudest achievements, and the philosophy he’s developed and honed from them all. Topics: Early years Losing your mother What is your dark side Where did you get your mindset from? Why did Roc-a-fella win? Whats the right type of dream to set How do you stay focused? How sustainable is your ambition? The importance of honour and loyalty Discovering Kanye Regrets with Roc-a-fella Kanye West I don’t trust anyone Hard work Therapy The hardest moment in your life What lessons are you teaching your 5 children? Visualisation The last guest question Dame: Instagram: https://bit.ly/3DVTBQF Twitter: https://bit.ly/3FFMSf8 The Dairy sign up link: bit.ly/3fUcF8q Watch the episodes on Youtube: https://g2ul0.app.link/3kxINCANKsb Follow us on Telegram: https://g2ul0.app.link/E5re0ADNKsb Sponsors: Craftd - https://g2ul0.app.link/gZ8in6Dsvsb  BlueJeans - https://g2ul0.app.link/NCgpGjVNKsb Huel - https://g2ul0.app.link/G4RjcdKNKsb
Gabby Logan has been on our screens now for thirty years, bringing us the best of the world of sport at Sky Sports, ITV, and for the last nearly 20 years, at the BBC. Whether it’s the FIFA World Cup, the Rugby World Cup or the Olympics, Gabby is part of our memories of these moments. But there’s a side to Gabby people don’t often see. After her brother suddenly died when she was a teenager, she became (in her words) ‘fearless’ in pursuit of what she wanted, knowing that nothing would ever hurt as much again. But she was also wary of loving other people again, knowing what it was like to have those you love most taken away. It took her a long time and lot of introspection and learning to get to a place where she could open herself up emotionally to other people. But it’s when we look deep inside ourselves that it’s revealed who we really are, and what we really value. Topics: Early years Did you parents teach you how to take care of yourself? The phone call about your brother What was life like after that moment? Advice for someone going through something similar How did your brothers passing change your perspective on life? Your first step into broadcasting Starting at sky Advice for someone starting at the bottom of their career Working in a male dominated industry Sexism in the workplace Your book and podcast How true is the ‘midlife crisis? Menopause Finding out your husband had cancer Your partner Kenny Advice for maintaining a solid relationship The last guest question Gabby: Twitter -https://bit.ly/3FrWn14 Instagram - https://bit.ly/3DK00OH Gabby's book - https://amzn.to/3fkDcMe The Dairy sign up link: bit.ly/3fUcF8q Watch the episodes on Youtube: https://g2ul0.app.link/3kxINCANKsb Follow us on Telegram: https://g2ul0.app.link/E5re0ADNKsb Sponsors: Mercedes-Benz - https://bit.ly/3yXTQI1 Huel - https://g2ul0.app.link/G4RjcdKNKsb
In these ‘Moment’ episodes of my podcast, I’ll be selecting my favourite moments from previous episodes of The Diary Of A CEO. Reflecting on why immigrants and children of immigrants are often more successful than average, Malcolm turns conventional thinking on its head by saying it’s because immigrants make a ‘b line’ for where they need to go. They do this by often asking themselves one question. A question that Malcolm reveals, and explains why it’s crucial. It’s from the big decisions we take, and the big questions we ask ourselves, that our greatest happiness derives from. We’ll let Malcolm explain it from here… Listen to the full episode here - https://g2ul0.app.link/rN33bySDtub Malcolm: https://www.gladwellbooks.com https://twitter.com/Gladwell?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor Wait list for The Diary - Add your name here: bit.ly/3fUcF8q Watch the Episodes On Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/c/TheDiaryOfACEO/videos 
Scott Galloway, or ‘Prof G’ to his fans, is one of the most influential business thought leaders in the world. Host of The Prof G Show, one of the most popular business podcasts in America, he brings his wisdom to his millions of followers and fans who hang on his every word. Scott is unique for his philosophy that people shouldn’t follow their dreams, but instead find something they’re good at, and improve and hone it to a point where they’re recognised for their talent. The author of four New York Times bestselling books, Scott’s expertise ranges broadly, and this conversation does, too. Scott goes over the difference between million dollar and billion dollar businesses, how he sees business leadership, and why people overrate the importance of founders. Topics:  Early years    Your relationship with money Your mother getting sick  The importance of community   Is there a decline of grit in young people?   The most important decision you’ll make  Dating apps  How do we get young men laid? Misogynistic content The arch of happiness   The pit of your arch   Your biggest personal pit  I used to be an asshole What are you still working on personally?  Why is health so important?  Whats the most important thing for brands to understand about advertising? How do we keep people innovating?   The last guest question Scott:  Instagram - https://bit.ly/3NdunjW Twitter - https://bit.ly/3W9Y4Gn    Scotts book: https://amzn.to/3FkpH9F  Wait list for The Diary - Add your name here: https://bit.ly/3fUcF8q Follow:  Instagram: https://bit.ly/3CXkF0d Twitter: https://bit.ly/3ss7pM0 Linkedin: https://bit.ly/3z3CSYM Telegram: https://g2ul0.app.link/SBExclusiveCommunity  Sponsors:  Amex - https://bit.ly/3TATNKc Craftd - https://g2ul0.app.link/gZ8in6Dsvsb BlueJeans - https://g2ul0.app.link/NCgpGjVNKsb Huel - https://g2ul0.app.link/G4RjcdKNKsb
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Marina Stanic Palasti

I've listened to Melo more than a few times, but THIS conversation... 🤯 I had so many aha moments about myself that I'm gonna listen to this one on repeat. Such clarity that I strive for and desperately need reveals itself just listening to this interview ❤️ Thank you Mel and Steven, you are doing so much good to the world "just" talking. Conversation is everything

Nov 23rd
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Amy Hall

Scott is a Left wing shill and cannot be trusted. He's a complete con artist, just saying Tates core messages whilst lying about Tate himself. Vile man.

Oct 30th
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Donna Hoy

Profound🙏❣

Oct 25th
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Josh Schneider

I aready listened to one… And I’m hooked

Oct 16th
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Oct 15th
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Oct 6th
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Sep 25th
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Sep 16th
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Aug 26th
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Aug 11th
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Aug 1st
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Jul 17th
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Jul 14th
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Jul 7th
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Jun 18th
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Jun 12th
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