In this episode I’m joined by Dr. Uri Hasson, Professor in the Department of Psychology and the Neuroscience Institute at Princeton University. He studies the brain responses to natural, real-life events. In particular, he’s interested in understanding how communication through storytelling can affect human cognition.
In this episode I’m joined by Finbar Healy (@finhealycomedy). In the words of Fin, he is the world’s finest comedian known to only those in Newcastle and the surrounding areas. And sometimes not even there. He’s also an actor who can’t sing, a dancer who can’t dance and a voice over artist as long as […]
In this episode I’m joined by Professor Polly Weissner, Professor of Anthropology at the University of Utah and Arizona State University. Over the past forty years, she has conducted research among the !Kung Bushmen of the Kalahari Desert. She is currently studying conversations and activities that take place after dark to understand how extending the […]
In this episode I’m joined by leadership coach Andrew Gibson (@ajggibson). Andrew is an executive coach in leadership development, public speaking and career development and is the author of What’s Your URP and the upcoming Make Life Simple. In this episode we talk about how to build your social capital through storytelling and why the […]
In this episode I’m joined by impacttologist Martin Brooks (@impacttologist). Martin helps people create the “impact” through rhetoric, body language, tone, gesture and emotion in their presentations and storytelling that is representative of their potential – rather than their current combination of confidence and communication skills.
In this episode I’m joined by Russ Hope (@russellhope), managing director of Plain Selling. Russ helps businesses explore new income streams and achieving huge growth through the implementation of a smart and simple sales methodology. Russ is brilliant at engaging with prospects correctly and working in partnership with clients creating a situation where a ‘cold […]