In this podcast series, entrepreneur Grace Beverley moves away from the traditional macho, business-podcast rhetoric, to get a better understanding of what ACTU...
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Ep.54 Perfectionism Is Holding You Back: How To Achieve AND Be Highly Productive [SOLO EP]
“You have this false perception that perfectionism is good for your work, but realistically it’s actually harming your work in the long term” 💅🏼In this week's solo ep, we're talking all about perfectionism - in work, relationships and life in general, with the aim to reframe our mindset away from perfectionism being the goal, and to get to the bottom of how we achieve highly without trying to be a perfectionist!In this episode- How do I hire my first employee so I can grow my business?- I'm a perfectionist at work and it's burning me out.- How do I tackle self doubt?- I'm a perfectionist when dating.- I can't make decisions because I'm scared of failureDownload Revolut for free for £20 when you make one transaction: www.revolut.com/grace (T&Cs apply)Currency exchange is available in 30+ currencies with no fees Monday-Friday, within your plan allowance. Revolut Shops subject to change, and T&Cs apply. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ep.53 How I Processed My Brother's Suicide: Dr Alex On Tackling The Men's Mental Health Crisis.
Rising to fame in 2018 for his dating escapades on Love Island, Dr Alex George has since taken the media world by storm, becoming a TV doctor, writer and now Youth Mental Health Ambassador to the government, improving the support that young people receive regarding their mental health. He has also since published two Sunday Times Number 1 Bestsellers as well as bringing out his newest book, The Mind Manual. From his years as an A&E doctor Alex has become a well known and respected figure, bringing the nation accessible and reassuring advice directly from the frontline throughout the pandemic. He is honest about the struggle with his own mental health, hoping to break the stigma, being an advocate for “post your pill” on Instagram and has since opened up about the tragedy of losing his younger brother to suicide, raising awareness and sharing his grief journey. Recounting his experiences with social backlash, mental health, grief and failure, Alex aims to use his social media platform for good.In this episode- The truth behind how Dr Alex got on Love Island- The heartbreaking story behind why Dr Alex said yes to Love Island- Why are men 10 times more likely to take their own lives?!- Dr Alex opens up about coping with his brothers' suicide- How Dr Alex learnt to deal with griefDownload Revolut for free for £20 when you make one transaction: www.revolut.com/grace (T&Cs apply)Currency exchange is available in 30+ currencies with no fees Monday-Friday, within your plan allowance. Revolut Shops subject to change, and T&Cs apply. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ep.52 How To Build a Business On Social Media: Posting, Scaling + Hiring
in this week's solo ep, we are bringing it right back to the start of it all and diving into the world of social media. answering your dilemmas and giving tips and tricks on how to grow a business on social media 👩🏼💻including answering what I should be posting for my business on social media, what content should I use for ads, when I should be making my first hire and how to grow a side hustle !!! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ep.51 Victim or Scammer: Who Really Is Caroline Calloway? ft. Caroline Calloway
Known for her hugely captivating story, writer, social media influencer and self titled ’Scammer’ Caroline Calloway doesn’t shy away from being controversial. Caroline started to build her online presence between 2013 and 2016, documenting her experience during her time at Cambridge university after dropping out of New York University. She rose to fame creating an Instagram following who were given ‘exclusive access’ into the life of Caroline Calloway and her adventures.However, whilst she gained significant traction and a dedicated fan base which gave her followers a real insight into her life, she faced criticism for her often inconsistent accounts and stories. It was later revealed that alongside forging her place at Cambridge with fraudulent results, she had bought Instagram followers before building an actual audience online. In 2019, Caroline promised a memoir “And We Were Like: A Memoir” as part of a $500,000 book deal on the back of her internet popularity but the book never transpired, landing her in $100,000 of debt to the publisher. It was later alleged in a damning article published in 2019 by her university friend Natalie Beach that she was the brains behind the famous Instagram, revealing the apparent truth behind the book deal and uncovering Caroline’s adderall addiction. Just two days after the article was published, Caroline was told that her father had been found dead from suicide. Fast forwarding to present life, Caroline has now published her memoir “Scammer” giving a tell-all take into her life and answers some of the questions that are left from her controversies.Positioning herself as the scammer, Caroline has used this to gain significant fame but how true is this? This episode gets behind the Instagram profile, looking into ‘who actually is Caroline Calloway?’ From following a similar path to me in attending an Oxbridge University and building a following at the same time to where our paths divided and how it went so horribly wrong. This episode cross examines her one-of-a-kind story as I try to work out the real story and whether she really is a scam artist at all. TW: Suicide & AddictionHow Caroline got her first 40k followersHow Caroline became Instagram famousCaroline opens up on the truth about her drug addictionCaroline reveals the extent of her drug addictionHow Caroline landed her $500,000 book dealThe truth behind why Caroline never fulfilled her book dealWhy Caroline's best friend sold a story that cancelled herHow Caroline coped with her father’s suicide How Caroline dealt with being publicly cancelled two days after her father's suicideWhy Caroline's best friend offered her 15k for her life rights just two days after her father's deathDownload Revolut for free for £20 when you make one transaction: www.revolut.com/grace (T&Cs apply)Currency exchange is available in 30+ currencies with no fees Monday-Friday, within your plan allowance. Revolut Shops subject to change, and T&Cs apply. £20 Reward only available until 22nd July 2023 and other T&Cs apply. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ep.50 How To Survive Your 20s? The Handbook I Needed [SOLO EP]
In this week's solo episode we're having a heart to heart about navigating your 20s - relationships, getting on the career ladder, moving out, reaching your own and other people's expectations. It's a big one!How do I deal with the time pressures of my 20s?Is changing career direction in your 20s a good idea?How do you know what you truly want in your 20s?Is there a right time to move out after graduating?Is it okay if I don't have life nailed in my 20s? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this podcast series, entrepreneur Grace Beverley moves away from the traditional macho, business-podcast rhetoric, to get a better understanding of what ACTUALLY goes on behind the scenes of the brightest success stories. How did they get to where they are? What are the biggest mistakes they’ve made? What is the side to their work that no one else sees? Each week Grace and her guest open an honest dialogue about these topics, and share practical tips to help make our work and home lives more balanced, successful and fulfilling. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.