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In this top-charting podcast series, entrepreneur Grace Beverley breaks away from the conventional business podcast rhetoric - immersing us in the extraordinary journeys of people from all walks of life who have achieved remarkable success in unique fields. From housing campaigners to investors and sex experts, no avenue is off limits. Each conversation brings new lessons and stories that will inspire you to consider what ‘success’ really means to you and how you can achieve it. Grace and he ...
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Whether you are working hard or hardly working, join AEI Resident Fellow Brent Orrell as he explores national trends and public policies affecting the vitality of the American workforce and how to prepare yourself for success in our rapidly-changing economy. And whatever else happens, we promise it will take your mind off of your job.
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Three college students with much to do and little motivation started a podcast! Listen as we cover Pop-Culture nonsense in a very non-professional and casual way! Or don't. We can't force you.
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Hardly (Net)Working is an interview podcast from Luna Brekke where she speaks to a variety of internet content creators (writers, artists, podcasters, streamers, and the like) about what they do. Community engagement, creative burnout, and internet nativism are some of the many topics covered. New episodes every Thursday!
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Radhi Devlukia is a nutritionist & plant-based cook whose ethos is all about bringing together the latest research in nutrition, with the ancient practices she’s so passionate about, and the results are fascinating. She’s just released her debut cookbook, Joyfull, which was an instant New York Times bestseller, it was such a great read. So, if you’…
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This week on Hardly Working, Brent Orrell talks with AEI Senior Fellow Brad Wilcox. Wilcox’s recent book Get Married: Why Americans Should Defy the Elites, Forge Strong Families and Save Civilization explores the importance of marriage in society. Brent and Wilcox discuss how marriage promotes healthy families and why declines in marriage rates are…
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Jasmin Larian Hekmat is a true creative. She’s the founder of Cult Gaia, a brand synonymous with iconic and beautiful designs, from the Ark Bag, to the Pearl Bag, and now ready to wear, Jasmin’s designs have captured the zeitgeist for over ten years now, and the company just keeps expanding. But it all started with some flower crowns & a bratz doll…
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Jemma Sbeg is someone everyone in their twenties needs. Her podcast The Psychology of Your 20s, was one of the 20 most listened to podcasts in the WORLD last year, and she started it as a hobby whilst working her 80+ hour a week corporate job. I’ll be totally clear with you, my aim going into this episode was to get as much advice from Jemma as phy…
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Simran Kaur is a VC, angel investor, financial columnist and the founder of Girls That Invest, the world’s largest investing podcast for women. She’s received so many accolades in her time, from Young New Zealander of the Year, to Forbes30u30, but she’s started out in healthcare as an optometrist who read a few research papers on investing. Her jou…
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Over a decade ago, Sarah started a blog called That Pommie Girl to help her in her job interviews, 10 years later she has over a million followers on Instagram and has built her brand SLA The Label to the point where it now turns over millions each year. Growing her business has taken a huge amount of resilience, but in this episode, we really delv…
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Americans are grappling with the complexities of economic growth, technology, and their impacts on society. This week, Brent talks with Oxford University economist Daniel Susskind, who explores these themes in his latest book Growth: A Reckoning. Together, Brent and Susskind discuss the historical context of growth, the role of technological advanc…
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Trinny Woodall is an icon of British fashion & beauty. She’s built her beauty and skincare brand Trinny London from a kitchen table idea into a behemoth business worth hundreds of millions. But to say it’s been a journey to get to this point is an understatement. Trinny has had to pick herself up and start anew over and over again, experiencing hea…
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I don’t have many guests where I can say that Oprah has called them, “the thought leader for the next generation”, so today is a big one. Marie Forleo is one of the world’s most renowned life coaches. She’s a number 1 New York Times bestselling author, and has turned her life-coaching pratice into a broadcast empire, coaching over 100m people, host…
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Americans’ views on the economy have soured in recent years, often seemingly disconnected with the realities of work and growth in incomes. One particularly pernicious meme, found on both the left and the right, is that economic growth has not translated into higher wages for American workers. This week on Hardly Working, Brent sits down with Scott…
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Timm Chiusano is corporate America’s batman. By day he’s a VP at a Fortune 100 company, managing a team of over 200 people plus an 8 figure P & L. By night, he’s a TikTok star with over 1m followers and 50m likes. In many ways he’s the perfect guest - we spoke all about work advice from corporate america, his journey to VP with no degree. But we al…
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I don’t want to offend the other guests, but Will Ahmed might be the most impressive guest we’ve ever had on this podcast. Aged just 22, whilst still a student at Harvard, he founded Whoop, a wearable health tracker that measures the minutiae of your heart rate data to give you insights on your strain & recovery. 10 years later, the company is wort…
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In a world where the traditional boundaries of work are being redrawn, the interplay between work and personal satisfaction, a sense of purpose, and meaning is rapidly evolving. This week on Hardly Working, Brent sits down with John Tamny, editor of RealClearMarkets and president of the Parkview Institute. They discuss Tamny’s 2018 book The End of …
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Robin Sharma is one of the world’s most famous leadership experts. He’s an internationally bestselling author of books such as The 5am Club and The Leader Who Had No Title. He’s sold over 25 million books in more than 92 languages; making him one of the most widely read authors alive. He has over 7 million followers on social media, and has worked …
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Vivian Tu wants to change our relationship with finances forever, and her story is incredible. Vivian is a first-generation Asian American, who grafted her way to Wall Street, facing misogyny and racism on her way. She spent years on the trading floors, making the kind of money she always dreamed of, in an environment where she was one of only two …
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When I started the podcast I wanted it to be all about life improvement from every angle, not just the ones we're all taught about. We've put so much effort into improving the guest episodes this year, but if I'm totally honest I felt the solo episodes needed re-vamping to make them the most useful resource possible. I LOVE explainer podcasts on ev…
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Emily English is a nutritionist on a mission - she’s a qualified nutritionist with a BSC from Kings College London, and she now has over a million followers who love her easy & healthy recipes, and simple explanations. Emily is a glowy picture of health, but it wasn’t until her relationship with food suffered that she decided to explore our relatio…
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Dr Rangan Chatterjee has always been on my ‘dream guests’ list for this podcast for years. He is one of the most influential doctors in the UK, having practised for over 20 years and dedicated his career to how we can improve our health and our happiness before we need to head to the doctor’s surgery. He’s the author of 5 Sunday Times bestselling b…
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Contemporary differences between rural and urban areas in America have their roots in long-term demographic, economic, technological, and social factors. Brent and the Brookings Institution’s Tony Pipa are hosting conversations “On the Front Porch” with authors of recent research on issues facing rural America. These discussions explore the unique …
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It’s safe to say that Aimee Smale has had a whirlwind few years. Aged just 21 she left her job at Asos to found Odd Muse, a fashion brand known for tailoring and sleek silhouettes. She openly admits she had no experience running a business, yet within her first three months, she’d made over £100,000 after her designs captured huge audiences online.…
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Dr Helen O’Neill is a leading expert in reproductive science, she’s a lecturer in reproductive and molecular genetics at University College London, she has a Masters in Prenatal Genetics and Fetal Medicine and a PhD in Stem Cell Biology. She is also the founder and CEO of Hertility Health, an award-winning bio-tech business specialising in fertilit…
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As technology marches on, what kind of world are we moving towards? According to AEI senior fellow Jim Pethokoukis, it’s an abundant and prosperous one, at least potentially. So long as we play our cards right–and embrace what he calls an “UpWing” technology and growth policies we will reap the benefits of what many find to be destabilizing, disori…
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Professor Steve Peters has more Olympic medals and world championships to his name than you can count, with accolades in sports from athletics to football, cycling and snooker. But here’s the catch, he hasn’t ever played these sports professionally. Instead, he’s the ‘brain mechanic’ behind the world’s most successful teams and individuals, from En…
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At the end of last year, I did a Plan With Me episode, taking you through how I plan my personal goals for 2024. It was one of the most popular episodes ever, and so many of you asked for regular check-ins! So today, as we approach the three-month mark, I’m going to take you through how I check in and go through quarterly reflection and goal settin…
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In a world of specialists, generalists sometimes seem like people without a country. That may be changing. In an age of specialized–and increasingly powerful– AI tools, going broad rather than narrow may increasingly be valuable. Today on Hardly Working, Vikram Mansharamani returns to the podcast to discuss his personal and professional journey as …
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Kruti Patel Goyal is the CEO of Depop, it’s a job many would have on their vision board, but behind every dream job, is a hell of a lot of hard work. Before joining Depop, Kruti worked her way up the corporate ladder, starting out in Investment Banking and then climbing up the ranks at Etsy for over 10 years, ending up as the company’s Chief Produc…
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Katie Lopes is a woman with resilience. She’s the founder and creative director of sustainable underwear brand Stripe and Stare, but her journey to get there has been anything but smooth sailing. Katie has faced more than your average setbacks, and today she tells me about the tools she used to overcome £1.5 million in debt, a relationship breakdow…
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It is an understatement to say that John Amaechi has had a career that has taken him places. Not only is he an Organisational Psychologist, an OBE, a New York Times Bestselling Author, a Fellow of the Institute of Science and Technology, a Professor of Leadership, a non-executive director of an FTSE 250 company and the founder of organisational psy…
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Divides between rural and urban America have their roots in longstanding demographic, economic, technological, and social factors. In a new event series, AEI’s Brent Orrell and the Brookings Institution’s Tony Pipa are hosting a series of conversations “On the Front Porch” with authors of recent research on issues facing rural America. These discus…
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Trigger warning: eating disorders I knew Alice Liveing's story was one full of twists and turns, but I did not expect to have such a frank conversation about the power we give 'social media stars' and the impact of toxic trends not just on viewers, but on the individuals perpetuating those trends. This episode is about Alice's journey to balance, b…
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Can we really have it all? Laura Jackson is a founder, a TV presenter, a side hustler and a mother of three. So today's episode is all about balance, the 'working mother paradox', and finding joy in the chaos. Laura was also so open about her tough experience with ante-natal depression, I can't thank her enough for being so raw and honest. If you'v…
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In recent years, confidence in higher education has plummeted. This decline has prompted a vigorous debate on the role of all types of post-secondary education. In their recent book America’s Hidden Economic Engines: How Community Colleges Can Drive Shared Prosperity, Robert B. Schwartz and Rachel Lipson make the case for the value of community col…
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Ben Gallagher has built a multi-million-pound fashion business at the age of 23. You might not have heard of his name, but if you’re on TikTok, I can guarantee you’ll have seen his encyclopaedic videos on the fashion industry. Growing up in Formby near Liverpool, Ben recounts how he always wanted to keep up with his friends who had the latest desig…
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Today's episode of Working Hard, Hardly Working is one of our most highly requested solo episodes: it's all about how to be a better manager. Management truly is one of the most important skills to have in the workplace, but most of us are never taught how to do it. I find it so strange that it's one of those skills we're expected to just 'pick up'…
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As artificial intelligence (AI) bounds ahead, many are rightfully concerned about the risks and ethical issues it raises. Perhaps some of the most practical of these is the potential that AI will be biased against minority populations because of deficiencies in the data used to build it. If true, this would have serious implications for human resou…
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It’s a big one, today on Working Hard, Hardly Working, we have the one and only will.i.am. He’s a multi-platinum artist, he’s won nine Grammys, an Emmy and is an all-round incredible musician, both as part of the Black Eyed Peas and as a music producer. But what you might not know, is that he’s also a tech entrepreneur, and has been leading and inv…
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In today’s episode of Working Hard, Hardly Working, I am so excited to be chatting with Estée Lalonde, one of the OG beauty bloggers & now founder of the bath and body brand MIRROR WATER. She’s now got over 2 million followers, but it all started when she was just 19 and decided to move halfway across the world to a city where she knew no-one, all …
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Many urban Americans have come to believe that there’s a growing chasm separating urban and rural America. While urban America bounds ahead, rural America, many assume, is being left behind, struggling with material and spiritual impoverishment, and cultural confusion. This week on Hardly Working, Brent talks with University of Southern California …
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On today’s episode of Working Hard, Hardly Working I sat down with Gabby Logan, a broadcasting legend and all-around superwoman. Starting out as a rhythmic gymnast who represented Wales and Great Britain, her career took a turn when she moved into the world of sports broadcasting, and for the last 25 years she’s been one of the most well-known face…
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TRIGGER WARNING: This episode contains content about suicide. Jason Fox spent 20 years in the special forces, carrying out perilous missions in the most remote & harsh environments. But it's when he left the military after being diagnosed with PTSD that his story really took a turn. Now a staple on our screens on SAS: Who Dares Wins, Jason has used…
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The end of the year means my planning senses start tingling!! So, today's episode is a step-by-step talk through of how I plan for each upcoming year. We cover vision boarding, goal setting, habit tracking, staying accountable and lots more. I felt like it would be easier to do it together and take you through exactly how I do it to ensure I actual…
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Regrettably, the debate about post-secondary education has devolved into just another culture war issue with one camp saying “everyone go to college” and another saying “skip college learn a trade.” Today, Brent sits down with Ben Wildavsky, a visiting scholar at the University of Virginia’s School of Education and Human Development, who challenges…
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With over 3 million followers, Lydia Millen has been blogging for over a decade. She very rarely does interviews, so I wanted to sit down with Lydia to get some insight into the woman behind the handle and dig into her life, her career & the criticism she's faced. She really opens up. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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Influencer, YouTuber and podcast host, Saffron Barker has taken the internet by storm. With a YouTube following of almost 3.5 million subscribers across her two channels as well as 1.8 million Instagram followers, Saffron is well-loved for her engaging content. Stepping into the TV spotlight when she joined the 17th series of Strictly Come Dancing …
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Artificial intelligence (AI) is advancing at breakneck speed. Michael Chui, a partner at the McKinsey Global Institute (MGI), leads research on how this technology is reshaping business, the economy, and society more broadly. According to MGI, the next wave of AI-generated productivity improvements will send shockwaves through the labor market as i…
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Michelle Elman is a woman with a psychology empire. Her qualifications speak for themselves: she’s a five-board accredited life coach, a Master Practitioner, a Master Hypnotherapist and a psychologist, plus she’s published four bestselling books. But these accolades are more than just a job for Michelle. They’re personal. She faced serious health c…
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Extra special podcast alert! 💍 I sat down with my amazing agent Lauren to chat all about how she teamed up with my fiancé to organise THE surprise proposal (no I'm not over it nor will I ever be). We cracked open the gin and got spilling the secrets: the highs, the lows, the freakouts. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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DISCLAIMER: The information does not constitute financial advice or recommendation and should not be considered as such. AD: In this episode Grace mentions Revolut, Grace has previously worked with Revolut on a brand partnership. In this episode Today’s episode is all about a subject that is very important to me, female investment & funding, and I …
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Today, we continue to explore Appalachia with Chris Stirewalt, a senior fellow at AEI. Stirewalt, who grew up in Wheeling, West Virginia, speaks to Brent about the unique culture and values of Appalachia, the role that strong families and institutions play in the region’s success, and potential solutions to the region’s challenges, from its opioid …
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Jordan Brompton is the Co-Founder of myenergi, one of the world’s fastest-growing renewable energy technology companies. Building a nine figure green energy company with 400 staff, it’s safe to say myenergi is turning heads in the renewable tech space. The company’s huge success started with the invention of the Zappi-charger, the world’s first sol…
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