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In The Barber Chair is a podcast series by Movember bringing you real cuts and real conversations about what it means to be a man today. Recorded at Ted's Grooming Room, London, with hosting duties split between Tim Lovejoy and Matt Johnson, each episode features an open and honest conversation between guest and host, because while the moustache has always been the conversation starter, it’s talking and being there for someone that really matters.
 
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We’re excited to introduce you to the youngest woman we’ve had on the show to date. But age isn’t the reason we’re happy for you to meet 27 year old Sophia Athas. Sophia is the self-taught, entrepreneurial founder of a thriving new-age creative agency called Hatrik House. Sophia’s business started out simply as a creative outlet and side hustle for…
 
This week’s mini, Future Proof Me episode features some insightful advice about saying “Yes” to the unknown, even when it really scares you. We hear from fashion entrepreneur Caroline Issa, the CEO of the Tank group which includes the revered global fashion and culture magazine, Tank Magazine. We loved Caroline’s openness to embrace unexpected and …
 
We think you’re going to love this week’s episode featuring two super impressive women who, amongst other things, teach at Stanford University’s famed Graduate School of Business (GSB). Yes, today you get two for the price of one! ;-) Despite their serious surrounds, these two are determined to bring levity and humour to the world having discovered…
 
Have you ever wanted to get into a band, but you feel intimidated by their discographies? Prog Primer was created to help you, the listener, get a sense of where to start. On the third episode of Prog Primer, I talk to Todd Evans about his favorite band ever, British progressive rock band IQ. With 40 years of history, several lineups, and 13 studio…
 
This week’s Future Proof Me mini episode shares some great advice if you’re contemplating starting your own business or side hustle. We were so inspired by social enterprise founder Navyn Salem when we had her on the show a year or so ago. She told us how, when she had the idea to set up a social enterprise to tackle malnutrition in children in dev…
 
This week’s episode is one of our ‘How To’ episodes and we’re covering that sometimes awkward topic of networking. One of our guests has described your network as your ‘net worth’ and while that may be an exaggeration, there’s no doubt who you know can really make a difference to opportunities that may come your way. Particularly if you’re in the p…
 
Have you ever wanted to get into a band, but you feel intimidated by their discographies? Prog Primer was created to help you, the listener, get a sense of where to start. For the second installment of Prog Primer, we decided to learn more about Devo. Some listeners might ask- “Why would you talk about Devo on a progressive-themed podcast?” The mor…
 
This week’s future-proofing mini episode is all about how to take action even when you feel unsure, nervous or afraid. The advice and observations of one of our earliest guests, investment banker and Chair of numerous tech startups, Lindley Edwards, is really valuable on this topic. Particularly in this time of COVID, learning how to manage our fea…
 
We have such a treat for you this week with the truly multi-talented and globally respected Debbie Millman. Debbie is a designer, author, educator, artist, brand expert and host of one of the world's longest running and highly respected podcasts, Design Matters. Named one of the most creative people in business by Fast Company and one of the most i…
 
This week’s ‘Future Proof Me’ mini episode shares fantastic advice on how to overcome Imposter Syndrome. We were really struck by the great advice one of our very earliest guests shared with us on this topic. Courtney Hohne has a box seat to some of the most incredible innovations in the world as chief Storyteller at X: the Moonshot Factory, Alphab…
 
Our guest on the show this week is someone who’s a textbook case in career reinvention. Maria MacNamara completely reinvented her career after two and a half decades working in professional services. After finally getting sick of what she describes as misogyny and bad behaviour, Maria knew she had to call it quits and leave professional services fo…
 
This week’s mini Future Proof Me episode shares some real negotiation gems from entrepreneur and CEO of multiple global businesses, Margarita Herdocia. Margarita has an impressive track record in financial and real estate investment, as well as extensive business interests in food franchise operations. Given Margarita’s business interests are in lo…
 
Join us this week for a fascinating conversation with Uber's global head of Social Impact, Julia Paige. This mum of triplets has so much wisdom to share and has learnt some amazing lessons about resilience and the stories we tell ourselves. Julia’s had an amazing career including working as Chief of Staff for Maria Shriver the first lady of Califor…
 
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