Georgina Ash, of Grub Productions, creates video for small business's and is founder of Grub Productions. Surprisingly, she started life as a 'wannabe' scientist, studying anthropology and primatology. So how did she get from that to working with video? Well, that's a story - not so much a career ladder but more a jungle gym. Such an interesting journey. And as so much of our business is done online and in front of a camera now that there was sooo much else to talk about regarding video production. Here are just a few take aways: * Done is better than perfect. * Explore your phone's capability. * If you don't like being in front of the camera, get behind it. * Get used to creating. * Practice, practice, practice.
In this episode I'm talking to professor of philosophy, keynote speaker and author of 30, yes, 30 books, Tom Morris. In our conversation America's philosopher shares his secret to life, his philosophy of success and how the adventure he's on now is preparing him for the next. So many wise words. We talk about philosophy, obviously, but so much more including Harry Potter and the... no not the Philosophers Stone, but the philosophical wisdom within JK Rowlings books. Tom has read the whole series six times and written his own book, If Harry Potter Ran General Electric!
Geoff Cottrill has been described as the 'Master Marketer' as well as the 'Former head of marketing for the world!' All for good reason - Geoff has headed up marketing for Coca Cola, Converse and Starbucks. But his talents don't end there - he's worked with likes of Paul McCartney, James Taylor and Pharrell, is on the board of advisors for Giving Kitchen, has recently co-founded a magazine called Marvin and owns 300 pairs of sneakers. He's been a busy guy! Just have a listen. Interesting, inspiring and insightful.
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