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Diving Deep, A Transformational Perspective with Richard Seaman seeks to empower listeners to embrace their spirituality and channel that energy toward a higher purpose in the world. This uplifting, spiritual and transformational podcast, presented by the founder & director of Seattle Life Coach Training, will inspire you to evolve into your highest, best self.
 
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In this repurposed live talk, Richard Seaman will guide you through the 9 Keys to Removing Chaos. We all have times in our lives where we feel chaos, whether it be at home or at work or with a relationship, it inevitably takes hold of us all. How we manage the stress and the chaos of our lives utlimately informs how we'll handle the calm and joyous…
 
In this repurposed Facebook live recording, Richard Seaman will guide you through the 11 Guiding Principles to Manifesting. Your thoughts and words have power and what you put out in to the Universe will ultimately come back to you, so make that work for you! If you can dream it, tell the Universe that you want it, and it will go out and find it fo…
 
When you learn how to spiritually listen you can then become Spiritually Reliable ~ Richard Seaman The very first step to living a life of purpose, power and passion is to learn how to listen to your inner higher voice. You must learn how to calm your anxious mind so you can hear the divine whispers. Spiritual Listening is paying attention to the i…
 
Regardless of the form your higher power takes, even if it the same as someone else, the way in which everyone experiences spirituality is different. Some people have spirituality instilled in them from their earliest memory and often practice it in the same generational manner in which they were raised. Others meet their spirituality later in life…
 
Everyone has a routine, whether it be strict or not, humans are creatures of habits and return to what they know. These routines often cause us to forget that if we go through life without intention or focus on purpose, we aren't utilizing the gifts and talents that are unique to us all. Each day is a new chance to set your intention on something t…
 
There is no denying that Covid-19 flipped the entire world on its head, causing everyone to take a step back from the routines of their lives and slow down. It has been over a year of trials and triumphs, a bittersweet time that afforded all of us with more time to reflect than maybe any of us wanted. And while many of us experienced a constant sta…
 
Learn about Richard Seaman and some of the stories that have led him to where he is today. Richard opens up about himself, practicing what he preaches - "when you are vulnerable, you are available," in an effort to give you a glimpse in to the many lessons, teachings, and divine downloads that have brought him to this point in his life. As you hear…
 
If you don’t know Matt Seaman, you’ve definitely seen something created by one of his companies. Matt is the CEO of GoMedia, who provides on-board entertainment for the rail industry. Before that, he was one of the founders of Freeview, which of course anyone in the UK would know. Matt has a strong background in building out TV platforms, and his s…
 
On this show I’ve spoken to a few people whose remit is to innovate from within big established brands. Sebastian Peck is one such person – he’s the MD of InMotion Ventures, the innovation arm of Jaguar Land Rover. InMotion is split into two very distinct parts; a traditional incubator, where his team have free reign to be creative problem solvers;…
 
My latest chat was with Rob Weston, global brand and marketing director at M&S. Rob and I spoke about all the things that keep his job exciting, from the changing customer in retail, to the power of data and AI. Rob’s role at M&S is broader than most in retail, covering food, fashion and banking, and has recently expanded to include ownership of th…
 
Super excited to add to the list of podcast guests who make me look uncool – Rand Fishkin joins me on the show this week. Rand goes by the weird and wonderful title, Wizard of Moz. He’s founder and former CEO of SEO software startup Moz, host of Whiteboard Friday, co-author of a pair of books on SEO, co-founder of Inbound.org, and serves on the boa…
 
Thanks for listening in 2017 – we’ve had a great time doing People Tell Richard Stuff. As an end of year treat, I’ve put together a 45min compilation of a few of my favourite bits from this year. Here’s what I’ve picked: Brian Solis, digital analyst, speaker and author We talk about a few huge acquisitions that took place in 2017 – Amazon/Whole Foo…
 
Nicholas Lovell, author of best-selling book The Curve, welcomed me into his London home for this episode of the podcast. The Curve emerged from Nicholas’ work in video games, where so much is given away for free. He developed a business model that allows different types of fans to engage with (and pay) your brand in different ways. Now, Nicholas a…
 
James Brocket joins me on this episode of the podcast – we’re talking about putting together great boards and executive teams. James is a co-founder and managing partner of the global executive search firm Calibre One. His focus is on recruiting at board and C-level, so I thought I’d ask him about how those roles are changing – especially in James’…
 
For this week’s episode we’re off to Durham in the north of England to talk to Mark Mullen, CEO of new digital-only ‘upstart’ Atom bank. Mark was previously CEO of First Direct, so he’s had extensive experience in the banking system – now he’s trying to change it. You might have heard my chats with a few of London’s new startup banks and FinTech ve…
 
After a lovely summer break I’m back with new podcast episodes – first up I’m talking to Brian Solis, digital analyst, speaker and author. In his day job, Brian is a principal analyst studying disruptive technology and its impact on business at Altimeter Group, a research firm acquired by global brand management consultancy Prophet in 2015. He also…
 
Today I’m sitting down with a founding partner of one of the hottest ad agencies in London – Andy Nairn from Lucky Generals. Andy co-founded Lucky Generals in 2013. The agency is responsible for almost all the good creative that’s going around at the moment, including my recent favourite: the Yorkshire Tea ‘Where Everything’s Done Proper’ campaign …
 
I’ve had a lot of people on the podcast talking about innovation and the economy – but nobody as knowledgeable as economist John Glen. John is the director for the Centre for Customised Executive Development at Cranfield School of Management. He’s regularly commenting on UK and global macro-economics and the finance of football on BBC radio and tel…
 
People talk a lot about how the ‘leadership mentality’ is a critical skill for a founder – well, Ed Bussey has it in his DNA. Ed’s the founder and CEO of Quill Content, a content creation platform that specialises in providing online businesses with ‘content at scale’. A former submariner with the Navy, Ed spent time in the Foreign Office and studi…
 
This week on the show I’m welcoming Tim Hughes, co-Founder of Digital Leadership Associates. This episode is all about selling. Or, as Tim might redefine it – ‘helping people buy’. Tim’s been selling for 25 years, and has seen it change up close. Tim’s probably one of the better barometers you’ll find when it comes to the sales process, and he’s ri…
 
For this podcast I sat down with Edward Griffith, co-founder and CEO of LoveCrafts. Edward has created a business that’s part ecommerce and part social network. Or, in the company’s words, “a community that would support and unite makers worldwide: a home where they can be inspired, connect, share and create.” Edward posing with an impressive knitt…
 
We’re going green for episode 40 – I sat down with Hayden Wood, one of the founders of the renewable energy company Bulb. Walking into Bulb’s office is a world away from what you’d get over at one of the ‘big 6’ energy companies. There’s a real startup vibe at bulb – so there should be, they’re trying to change the energy industry. Bulb is strippin…
 
This week I’m talking to Malcolm Coles, ex-digital media director at the Telegraph, who’s now chief content officer at the new Clarkson/Hammond/May digital project DRIVETRIBE – a ‘social network for petrolheads’. Malcolm is a very articulate, outspoken and funny guy – and it was a pleasure hearing from him the vision of DRIVETRIBE. He’s lived with …
 
In a classic case of startup culture, it was in a cosy server room where I spoke to Kris Naudts, a former psychiatrist and now founder and CEO of Culture Trip. Culture trip is a content publisher with the brains of a tech company. Kris started Culture Trip as a global company, and it’s now growing into its own clothes – and busting out of its offic…
 
I’m taking a trip down memory lane on the podcast today as I chat to Phoebe Hugh, the co-founder and CEO of insurance startup Brolly. Seeing the Brolly crew in their element reminded me of Reevoo in its early days – and judging from my chat with Phoebe, they have an exciting road ahead of them. jQuery(document).ready(function($){ // If multiple ele…
 
There aren’t many business tales as long or storied as Shop Direct’s. And one man who has played a huge part in the narrative is today’s podcast guest, Jonathan Wall. jQuery(document).ready(function($){ // If multiple elements are selected, it will use the first element. var player = new Vimeo.Player($('#aesop-vm-5825-4')); $('#aesop-video-5825-4')…
 
Justine Roberts is co-founder and CEO of Mumsnet – the huge online community based around parenting. Justine is one of the most candid, engaging and insightful guests I’ve had on – it was a real pleasure having her on the podcast. In the wake of fake news, Facebook’s filter bubble and online political movements, I wanted to talk to Justine as the h…
 
Over the course of the podcast I’ve spoken to people from two of the upstart ‘neo-banks’ – now it’s time for a different perspective on the banking industry. Today’s guest Antony Jenkins is the guy to get it from. jQuery(document).ready(function($){ // If multiple elements are selected, it will use the first element. var player = new Vimeo.Player($…
 
We’ve been covering this new guard of startup ‘challenger banks’ for a while now – so I had to talk to Deborah Keay, chief marketing officer at Starling Bank. Starling is one of four or five smartphone-only banks which offer a more intuitive, lifestyle-based approach to managing money. These banks are all coming through at the same time (expect the…
 
There’s not many people with a more impressive retail CV than today’s podcast guest, David Walmsley. jQuery(document).ready(function($){ // If multiple elements are selected, it will use the first element. var player = new Vimeo.Player($('#aesop-vm-5289-7')); $('#aesop-video-5289-7').waypoint({ offset: '25%', handler: function(direction){ player.pl…
 
2016 was a tough year for globalisation. And this year will be even tougher. People like my guest on the podcast, Claude Grunitzky, have their work cut out for them. Claude is what people call a ‘global storyteller’. A citizen of the world, Claude tells stories through culture, not geography. It’s this approach that’s made his brand of content – th…
 
It was just over a year ago when Mitch and I decided to set out on a podcasting adventure – and People Tell Richard Stuff was born. I often get asked why we started this. For me it’s all about thought leadership, creating engaging content, making new connections and, perhaps most importantly, I really enjoy it – one of the key drivers for most thin…
 
When brands want to know what their customers really think and feel, they call Karen Cooper. Karen is MD of Living Brands, a research-based brand consultancy. Karen’s consultancy brings brands right back to basics, and help them learn about themselves and how they should behave and interact in our digital world. As you’ll hear, her philosophies aro…
 
This week the podcast goes to new depths as I make my way into John Lewis’ bunker called ‘Room Y’ to talk to innovation manager John Vary. Watch the video below, or skip to the bottom for the audio-only version. jQuery(document).ready(function($){ // If multiple elements are selected, it will use the first element. var player = new Vimeo.Player($('…
 
Call me old-fashioned, but I’ve always been a programmatic advertising skeptic. However, if anyone’s going to win me over, it’s Andrew Buckman. Andrew is the EMEA MD of the programmatic ad exchange OpenX. Through technological advances and a bit of old-school manual processes, OpenX has become the most trusted seller of programmatic advertising acc…
 
It all started with a massage – today I’m speaking to Lopo Champalimaud, co-founder and CEO of online beauty booking service Treatwell. Treatwell has experienced explosive growth over the past few years. It’s launched in 11 countries across Europe and is currently at around 500 employees. You might have used Treatwell yourself to book an appointmen…
 
Today I headed to Shoreditch to talk to Mark Wilson, co-founder and managing director of digital service design consultancy Wilson Fletcher. If you don’t know them you definitely know their work – Wilson Fletcher has worked on the consumer end of BT Sport’s content offering, and (most famously) the Times and Sunday Times paywall. Mark talks a lot a…
 
If you’re an Amazon Instant Video customer, you’ve got today’s podcast guest to thank. Simon Calver was CEO of LoveFilm. He built out the business and sold it to Amazon. Our chat is all about the extraordinary story of how the deal happened. Fittingly, our chat’s in video – watch below, or go to the bottom of the post to get the audio-only iTunes v…
 
This week I’m crossing the Atlantic (virtually, at least) to chat with Ali Mitchell, co-Founder of team collaboration SaaS business Huddle. He joined me via Skype from Huddle’s new base in San Francisco. Huddle started in London, and Ali took the business across the pond, so I was really interested in his perspective on that process – not just as a…
 
For our first ever VIDEO podcast, I’m really excited to have Will Critchlow, CEO and founder of online marketing agency Distilled. Watch the video below, or go to the bottom of the post to get the audio-only iTunes version. jQuery(document).ready(function($){ // If multiple elements are selected, it will use the first element. var player = new Vime…
 
Have you ever looked at the lights in Piccadilly Circus, or the Walkie-Talkie, or a high-tech shopping centre like Trinity in Leeds and wondered about the work that must go into developing and maintaining them? I have – so this week on the show I’ve tracked down a guy from the company who owns them. Craig O’Donnell is head of information systems at…
 
For episode 20 of the podcast I welcome David Prasher, MD of Haymarket Consumer Media. Haymarket publishes titles like What Car?, Campaign, FourFourTwo, PRWeek and loads more. However, I’m more interested in talking to David because I reckon Haymarket is a great example of a big, old company thinking like a small, young one. Haymarket is deeply inv…
 
This week we’re talking Dom Perkins, commercial development director at Time Inc. Dom’s a big data guy – and I found it fascinating to talk to him about the intersection of data, content and programmatic advertising. Time Inc.’s global operations combine to more than 150 million unique views a month and the UK arm houses brands such as Marie Clare,…
 
We’ve fired up the satellite for this week’s podcast – I’m talking to Laura Macdonald, VP at Hotwire PR from her new surrounds in San Francisco. Laura has been in SF just under a year – before that she was at Hotwire’s London office, looking after consumer brands and consumer technology sector practices. Hotwire is all about creating dialogue with …
 
For this week’s show I wanted to get a publisher’s perspective on content marketing. So, I tracked down Conor McNicholas – former editor of NME and Top Gear Magazine and CEO of content marketing agency AllTogetherNow for a chat in a London juice bar (rock ‘n’ roll!). Conor has used his publishing background to create a new kind of content agency th…
 
We’re getting a little bit political on the show today with Russ Shaw, founder of Tech London Advocates. TLA is an influential group of over 3000 technology entrepreneurs, established digital giants, journalists, government figures and vital suppliers to the tech industry. They’re all working together to champion and support London’s tech sector. P…
 
Feeling completely uncool today as I chat with serial FinTech entrepreneur and the official coolest person in UK FinTech – Tom Blomfield, founder and CEO of the bank that lives in your smartphone, Monzo (or, as they were known at the time of recording, Mondo). Journalists are climbing over each other to write about this guy – and even more are in t…
 
If there’s one guy who knows his way around a marketing department, it’s Simon Francis. That’s why now, his job is to transform them into lean, mean, business-generating machines. Simon is CEO at Flock Associates, a marketing transformation company. It isn’t an ad agency – what they do is more like ‘teaching a man to fish’. Flock helps businesses o…
 
When big companies want to think like little startups, they call James Haycock. James is the MD of Adaptive Lab – a London-based digital innovation agency that works with brands like Barclays, ASOS and YouGov. He’s also written a book called Bye Bye Banks? which caught my eye, so I asked him about disruption in finance. We talked about: • How he ‘t…
 
This week I’m talking to New York City-based brand guru Adam Hanft. Adam has consulted for everyone from Microsoft to President Obama, and is a respected writer in his own right, so I picked his brains about brand, disruption, tech and society. Listen to Richard’s chat with Adam Hanft A former comedy writer, copywriter, ad-agency boss and now brand…
 
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