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In every episode we look inside the daily diary of a writer, to peak at the secrets of their success. How do they plan their day and maximise their creativity, in order to plot and publish a bestseller? Some are frantic night-owls, others roll out of bed into their desks, and a few lock themselves away for days in the woods - but none have a regular 9 to 5, and we'll find out how they've managed it. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Marketing doesn't have to be boring, but you do have to keep up with what's going on. MarketEd NOT Live is the podcast of the event, our successful marketing event in Nottingham every September. We'll bring you speakers from previous years, this year's speakers and other experts in various marketing disciplines. Get a marketing education. Get a MarketEd.Live ticket.
 
This podcast series from the Global Wellness Summit (GWS), which is the foremost gathering of international leaders in the $4.5 trillion global wellness economy, features in-depth and provocative interviews with wellness luminaries from around the globe, giving insight into the rapidly growing wellness industry. The thought-provoking podcasts feature a range of wellness leaders, from physicians, researchers and scientists, to fitness and fashion icons, to wellness tourism experts—even theolo ...
 
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This week's Random Routine is with Frank Cottrell-Boyce. Frank Cottrell-Boyce is a Carnegie Medal Award winning author - his 2004 novel 'Millions' is incredibly successful, and was turned into a film by Danny Boyle, for which Frank wrote the script. It was even Danny's idea that Frank should write the novel in the first place. He's published 10 nov…
 
Former Wildcats star Trevor Torrence was a part of Perth's first NBL championships (1990-91) and he joins us on the show to discuss his playing career and how he has transitioned to working with corporations and elite sporting teams in the area of emotional intelligence (EI) with Genos International. Ben Palmer, the CEO of Genos International also …
 
This week we're chatting to Hayley Doyle! She's an actor who has starred in the West End, appearing in Mamma Mia and others. Recently, she's turned her hand to writing, publishing two novels, 'Never Saw You Coming' and her newest one, 'Love, Almost'. It tells the story of Chloe, whose boyfriend of just 5 months dies, so to come to terms with things…
 
Elaine Glusac is a freelance travel writer of 26 years who is part of the New York Times travel team. She’s written for numerous publications including, but not limited to, The Chicago Tribune, Virtuoso Life, and National Geographic Traveller. Jennifer Kester is the Vice President and Executive Editor of Forbes Travel Guide and she’s been writing a…
 
This week's bonus bite comes from crime writing behemoth Jeffery Deaver! Jeffery Deaver has published over 40 novels. He's a globally renowned author, writing crime and thrillers. To him, they're not lauded works of art, they're intricate puzzles, fun and games for the reader - and we talk about how he builds these. Jeffery works anywhere he can - …
 
Alexis Landau's new book 'Those Who Are Saved' builds on the true story of Los Angeles during World War II. It was a safe haven for artists, and was home to many exiled Europeans. It tells the tale of Vera, who is forced to leave her daughter and flee, and explores her path to find the girl she left behind. We discuss how Alexis writes around famil…
 
Gary Ervin joins Dan Boyce on another episode of Aussie Hoopla to walk through his basketball journey and share memories of his time playing in the NBL. Ervin was the NBL's Most Valuable Player for the 2010–11 NBL season after racking up 20.1 points, 3.4 rebounds and 4.5 assists per game playing for the Wollongong Hawks. Ervin also spent time with …
 
Dr. Ken Pelletier is a Professor of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco, and he’s on a mission to debunk the notion of immune boosting. He tells us why we should all be striving for immune balance instead. We get into all things immunity, from our metabolic health, to our epigenetic profiles and gut microbiomes. We even touch on…
 
Mike Duffy is the CEO of Happiness Wealth Management, the founder of the Happiness Hall of Fame, and a motivational speaker. He is the author of The Happiness Book: A Positive Guide To Happiness! and four other titles on the same topic. With his expertise on both money and happiness, Mike is on a mission to help others achieve financial independenc…
 
One of the UK's best-loved author illustrators, Lauren Child, spends an uplifting half hour with Helen, discussing her own characters, what it means to illustrate other people's words, and how to spot a good idea when it comes to you. A resources pack, including teaching notes, planning sheets, working wall elements and more is available to support…
 
This week's Random Routine comes from the 'Queen of Crime' Val McDermid. She appeared on the show back in April 2019 to run us through her working day.Val McDermid is one of the most successful crime authors in the world. Her novels have been translated into 40 languages, they've sold over 15 million copies and show no sign of letting up. She has w…
 
Dod Fraser is Vice President at Opendoor, which he joined right after the company closed their Series C. Prior to joining Opendoor, Dod was an Associate at TPG and Perry Capital. In this episode I talk to Dod about his initial ambitions in medicine and how that changed, his time at TPG and why he left for Opendoor, and the importance of underwritin…
 
Nigel Farndale is an award-winning journalist whose interviewing prowess has seen him chat to the Dalai Lama, Prince Charles, Henry Kissenger, Hilary Clinton, and many more. He's written for The Observer, the FT, The Sunday Times and many more. His last book, 'The Blasphemer' was nominated for a Costa Book Award back in 2010, and he's just released…
 
Sallie Fraenkel is the founder of Mind Body Spirit Network (MBSN), Dr. Dan Diamond is the founder of NogginStorms, and Jon Berghoff is the Co-Founder and CEO of XCHANGE. Obviously, they’re all running organizations created to push positive change into the world, but there’s a clearer link: all three of them are members of the Living Well From Withi…
 
Ian Rankin came on the show in 2018 to discuss his 22nd Detective John Rebus book, 'In a House of Lies'. Since then he's published the 23rd, 'A Song for the Dark Times'.Here is just his routine, it's full of procrastination and puzzles. You can hear why he doesn't know what the story is until he's finished it, also why a good writing day can start …
 
Andre Moore joins the show to talk about his NBA and NBL career as well as what's happening on the Australian Basketball scene today. Moore was drafted by the Denver Nuggets in the 2nd round of the 1987 NBA Draft. In 10 games with the Nuggets and Milwaukee Bucks, he averaged 2.4 points, 1.4 rebounds and 0.6 assists per game. Moore then embarked on …
 
Janet Skeslien-Charles new novel is 'The Paris Library', inspired by the true stories of the librarians who risked their lives during the Nazi's war on words. We talk about when she heard that tale, how she knew there was a book in it, and she'd be the one to write it.It comes off the back of her stunning debut, 'Moonlight in Odessa', which took 10…
 
Money is one of the biggest stressors in the world — and one that we don’t talk about nearly as much as we should in the wellness space. The conversation is about so much more than money, savings and spending rates. It hinges on, not just about how much you make, but how your approach to personal finance impacts your mental wellness. Skyler Hubler …
 
Jack Murphy is a podcaster, author, and founder of The Liminal Order, an exclusive men’s organization that ascribes to positive masculinity and believes in the power of individual accountability. His book Democrat to Deplorable takes a deep look into the Democrats who proudly switched parties to vote for former President Donald Trump. In this episo…
 
Shari Lapena shared her writer's routine with us back in 2019, when she came on to chat about her 4th novel 'Someone We Know'.Shari's first book, 'The Couple Next Door', was the number 1 adult fiction title for the UK back in 2017. 'Someone We Know', a twisting tale of a teenager so desperate for wi-fi he breaks into homes, and then strange things …
 
Greg Buchanan's debut 'Sixteen Horses' has been lauded as one of the best books of the year, and there's already a major TV series of it in the works. However, the stunning hook of the plot only came to him as a device to explore the characters.Here's the blurb - 'Near the dying English seaside town of Ilmarsh, local police detective Alec Nichols d…
 
Storytelling takes many forms - and in this episode, the supremely talented Rhianna Pratchett explains to Helen why writing for video games is such a uniquely challenging, enjoyable and satisfying way to do exactly that; and how she has now used that experience to create a ‘choose your own adventure’ book where, as in a game, the reader’s choices c…
 
Jeff Van Groningen, the current GM of Basketball for the Adelaide 36ers has been involved with the National Basketball League since 1994. Having spent with the Geelong Supercats, Melbourne Tigers, Brisbane Bullets, Sydney Kings and Adelaide he joins host Dan Boyce to talk about the highs and lows faced by the Adelaide 36ers this season before divin…
 
Jeanne DeWitt Grosser is the Head of Americas Revenue & Growth at Stripe. Prior to joining Stripe, Jeanne was the CRO at Dialpad and also spent over seven years at Google. In this episode I talk to Jeanne about her aspirations early on to be a global leader, how she thinks holistically about business, and what Google was like before it had a contac…
 
Louise Candlish shared her writer's routine with us in 2019.Louise Candlish's 'Our House' was one of the biggest books of 2018, it's sold more than 200,000 copies, been read all over the world and won 'Best Crime and Thriller Fiction' at the 'British Book Awards'. It so nearly wasn't the case though. A few years ago, disappointed with her success a…
 
Niamh Campbell has always been around words, studying them, teaching them, constantly writing them. Her short story 'Love Many' won an Irish Times writing prize, and from that success she's published her debut novel, 'This Happy'.It tells the story of Allanah, who falls in love with an older man, and it unpacks the way that impacts her life. It's a…
 
BONUS EPISODE!Here's something new I'm trying, hopefully every week. Taking a look back at some fantastic authors from our archive, and remembering just the routine, hopefully injecting a bitesize chunk of inspiration that might help you plan your day.Anthony Horowitz joined us back in 2018, as he was in the process of writing some Alex Rider short…
 
Lesley Kara's debut, 'The Rumour', was the bestselling crime thriller debut of 2019. She's back with her third novel, 'The Dare', it tells the story of Lizzie, who is suspected of being involved in the death of a friend years earlier, and someone is out to get revenge.We discuss her writing routine, and how it's a waiting game, and a process of dis…
 
Dan Go is a serial entrepreneur, coach, and investor with over 20 years of experience within the fitness industry. He is also the founder of High-Performance Founder Accelerator, a fitness company that focuses on getting high-achieving entrepreneurs into their ideal bodies with minimal stress. Dan has been ranked one of the top fitness coaches on T…
 
Nilam Ganenthiran is the President of Instacart. Prior to joining Instacart in 2013, Nilam was a Management Consultant with AT Kearney’s Consumer Retail practice, and also worked in shopper marketing and brand management at Proctor and Gamble. Nilam is a graduate of York University’s Schulich School of Business and also holds an MBA from the Harvar…
 
Actress and comedian Helen Rutter drops into the podcast to talk about her debut novel. Titled The Boy Who Made Everyone Laugh, it's a funny and touching story about Billy Plimpton, who is just starting secondary school, is desperate to become a stand-up comic... and who is also living with a stutter. A resources pack, including teaching notes, pla…
 
Tim Adler has always been around words. He's a journalist who has written for The Times and the FT, been a commissioning editor at The Daily Telegraph, and edited magazines. His fourth novel is 'Dead Already', it's a psychological thriller that crosses both the gangster and ghost-story genres.'Dead Already' is the story of an East End Gangster who …
 
Tom Bilyeu co-founded Quest Nutrition, the #1 protein bar brand in America. After leaving Quest in 2016, he started his own media company and podcast called Impact Theory. With his new venture, Tom seeks to incite lasting global change through the incubation of mission based businesses and the creation of empowering content. In this episode, I talk…
 
Rosie Wilby is a comedian, writer and podcaster. Her new book, 'The Breakup Monologues', is based on the podcast of the same name. It's non-fiction and looks at sexuality, stories, dating....breaking up.We talk about why the idea for the story changed as she worked on it, why she used ideas from fiction to plot and plan it, and how it's now affecte…
 
Colin Wright is an evolutionary biologist and the managing editor at Quillette. Previously, he held a postdoctoral position at Penn State University. His views on gender opposed progressive ideology, which received huge backlash from activist groups. Colin’s critics had even gone as far as to spread false claims to ruin his potential employment opp…
 
Jennifer Burke is the Head of Sales and Account Management at Faire. Prior to joining Faire, Jen worked in sales at ClassPass for 4.5 years, and at Bain & Co, McCann Erickson and Disney before that. In this episode I talk to Jen about how her general manager role at ClassPass turned into a sales role on day one, what she first thought of sales, and…
 
Aaron Grabau played 405 games with the Cairns Taipans, was the only player to be a part of both the team's inaugural roster in 1999 and the teams first NBL Finals appearance (2011). He became a Taipans legend and to date is the only player to have his jersey retired by the club (twice, which you'll hear about on the show) and he joins Dan Boyce on …
 
Benjamin Boyce is the host of the Boyce of Reason podcast. He is most known for being a vocal critic of the Evergreen protests, having witnessed it firsthand as a student. His in-depth documentary and series of videos expose the chaotic behaviors that took place during the week-long incident in 2017. The event has been a result of the Evergreen Col…
 
Bryan Christy was the Head of Special Operations for National Geographic. He'd travel around the world uncovering crimes and reporting on the underworld. He's now an author.They say write what you know. Bryan's debut fiction is called 'In the Company of Killers', and it tells the story of Tom Klay, a spy undercover as a wildlife reporter. We talk a…
 
Bethany Clift's debut has come out at JUST the write time. 'Last One at the Party' tells the story of a woman alone on Earth, after humanity has been wiped out by a virus. We talk about how the idea came on a long, lonely journey, and how she got to know the character that readers would be spending so much time with.It's one of the publisher's lead…
 
The United Nations quotes human trafficking as the hidden figure of crime, with estimates showing that only 0.04% of survivors of human trafficking cases are identified. Our guest for today, Eliza Bleu, is one such survivor who miraculously survived a tragic case of human trafficking right here in the US. As a 17-year-old minor, Eliza moved to LA w…
 
Erik Bernhardsson is the ex-CTO and now Senior Adviser at Better. He joined as one of the first 10 employees when the company was less than a year old. Prior to joining Better, he worked as the engineering manager at Spotify. In this episode I talk to Erik about why he took an early-stage Spotify job over an offer from Google, how he found the comm…
 
Lisa Gardner is a prolific author. She's published 11 'DD Warren' novels, 2 'Tessa Leoni' books, and is back with her first standalone in 20 years. 'Before She Disappeared' tells the story of Frankie Elkin who spends her life doing what no one else will, searching for missing people the world has forgotten about.We talking about why she likes to ge…
 
Support the podcast https://www.chattingwithcandice.com Dr. James V. Hardt is a research scientist, psychologist, author, and founder of Biocybernaut Institute. Known for inventing the world's first Micro-Computer-based brain wave analyzer and biofeedback system, Dr. Hardt offers unique brain training programs at Biocybernaut. Dr. Hardt has travele…
 
Head Coach of the New Zealand National Men's basketball team, the Tall Blacks, joins Dan Boyce on this episode to talk about his time in the NBL, Steven Adams chances of joining the squad in the future, how New Zealand basketballers aspire to play in the NBL and coaching plans for the Tall Blacks future. Pero Cameron was a part of the inaugural New…
 
Ericka Waller's published debut is 'Dog Days', which tells the story of George, Dan, Lizzie and the dogs that bind their lives and emotions together. The word-play in the title gets to the heart of the book. It's a joyous and uplifting story about the heartbreak of mental illness, and it's about the small changing moments that occur when we let the…
 
Michael Rosen - possibly one of the nation's most-loved poets and authors - shares some of his best writing tips with listeners, and also talks about his latest collection of poetry, 'On the Move', and why the topic of migration is so powerful for him. A resources pack, including teaching notes, planning sheets, working wall elements and more is av…
 
Melbourne United rookie Jack White had just begun a fantastic rookie season when he suffered a season-ending Achilles injury against the Cairns Taipans in April. Jack now faces 12 months of rehabilitation to get back onto the court and in uniform for United. We spoke to Jack about his take on his own rookie season prior to the injury, get an update…
 
Abigail Mann has just released her second novel, very quickly after publishing her first. 'The Sister Surprise' tells us the story of Ava who discovers she has an unknown sister, and decides to pay her a secret visit.We talk about how she remembers how to write a book, when she between projects. We chat about public accountability with work, and ho…
 
Chris Williamson is the host of the podcast Modern Wisdom. After being a club promoter for over a decade, running more than a thousand events, and most famously appearing on Love Island, Chris, tired of the party scene, started the podcast to expand his purview. Although he still runs club nights, he now spends most of his time hosting his show, a …
 
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