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NameRecommended by
Book Yourself Solid, Michael PortCollette Philip in Episode 2
Choose Yourself, James AlchuterTom Harris in Episode 3
Designing Your Life, Bill BurnettTom Harris in Episode 3
Just Play, Nick BottiniAnnie Dehaney-Steven in Episode 4
10X Rule, Grant CardoneAli Temple in Episode 5
How To Win And Keep Clients, International Authority For Professional Coaching and MentoringAli Temple in Episode 5
Ayuveda books by Vasant LadMichelle Smith in Episode 6
Unlocking the Customer Value Chain, Thales S. TeixeiraSara Sabin in Episode 7
Profit from Happiness, Jake DuceySara Sabin in Episode 7
The Hypno-Fast Programme: The Easy Way To Beat Type 2 Diabetes, Adrian MuxlowAdrian Muxlow in Episode 9
You Are a Badass, Jen SinceroHannah Ciepiela in Episode 10
Get Rich, Lucky Bitch, Denise Duffield-ThomasDawn Fry in Episode 12
Midlife is NOT a Crisis, Kim SearleKim Searle in Episode 14
Atomic Habits, James ClearStacey Ogden in Episode 18
Reasons to Stay Alive, Matt Haig Miles Chapman in Episode 19
What Colour Is Your Parachute, Richard N Bolles Margaret Buj in Episode 21, Natalie Weller-Cliff in Episode 42, Nicole Clucas in Episode 44
Nice Girls Don’t Get The Corner Office, Lois P Frankel Margaret Buj in Episode 21
Reinventing You, Dorie ClarkMargaret Buj in Episode 21
Stand Out, Dorie ClarkMargaret Buj in Episode 21
The Alchemist, Paulo CoehloLauretta Ihonor in Episode 24
The Multi-Hyphen Method: Work Less, Create More and Design a Career That Works for You, Emma GannonCaroline Adams in Episode 25
Crush It, Gary VaynerchuckPete Matthew in Episode 27
Rich Dad, Poor Dad, Robert KiyosakiPete Matthew in Episode 27
Meaningful Money Handbook, Pete MatthewPete Matthew in Episode 27
Ego is the Enemy, Ryan HolidayPete Matthew in Episode 27
The Four Hour Work Week, Tim FerrisJacques Hopkins in Episode 28
Expert Secrets, Russell BrunsonJacques Hopkins in Episode 28
Boundaries, Henry Cloud and John TownsendDenise Liebetrau in Episode 29
Crucial Conversations, Kerry Patterson and Joseph GrennyDenise Liebetrau in Episode 29
Loving What Is, Byron KatieDenise Liebetrau in Episode 29
Ted Talks: The official TED guide to public speaking, Chris AndersonCarol-Anne McConnellogue in Episode 33
Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking, Susan CainAlexandra Galviz in Episode 34, Gemma Seltzer in Episode 52
The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse, Charlie MackseyAlexandra Galviz in Episode 34
Baby Proof your Career, Caroline FlanaganJanine Esbrand in Episode 38
The Fifth Trimester, Lauren Smith BrodyJanine Esbrand in Episode 38
StrengthsFinder 2.0, Tom RathNatalie Weller-Cliff in Episode 42, Jamie Crosier in Episode 61
The Unnatural Networker, Charlie LawsonCharlie Lawson in Episode 45
Steal Like an Artist, Austin KleonRussell Nohelty in Episode 48
Show Your Work, Auston KleonRussell Nohelty in Episode 48
Big Magic, Elizabeth GilbertRussell Nohelty in Episode 48
The Art of Asking, Amanda PalmerRussell Nohelty in Episode 48
Taming Your Gremlin, Rick CarsonJelena Radonjic in Episode 49
The Miracle Morning, Hal ElrodLee Chambers in Episode 50
The Go-Giver, Bob BurgSam Winsbury in Episode 51
Girl, Woman, Other, Bernadine EvaristoGemma Seltzer in Episode 52
Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead, Brené BrownNicole Akong in Episode 53
The Instruction: Living the Life Your Soul Intended, Ainslie MacLeodNicole Akong in Episode 53
Non-Violent Communication: A Language of Life, Marshall B RosenbergNoomi Natan in Episode 54
The Big Leap, Gay HendricksNoomi Natan in Episode 54
Rights of Passage: At $100,000 to $1 million, John LuchtDoug Levin in Episode 55
Top Five Regrets of the Dying, Bronnie WareTrav Bell in Episode 56
Happier: Can you learn to be happy, Tal Ben-ShaharTrav Bell in Episode 56
By Napoleon Hill: The Law of Success, Outwitting the Devil, Think and Grow RichGabriel Retana in Episode 57
By Jordan B Peterson: Maps of Meaning, 12 Rules for LifeGabriel Retana in Episode 57
How to Lead When You’re Not In Charge, Clay ScrogginsJamie Crosier in Episode 61
Keep Your Love On, Danny SilkJamie Crosier in Episode 61
Mastery, Robert GreeneDavid Frank Gomes in Episode 63
Siddhartha, Hermann HesseDavid Frank Gomes in Episode 63
Tao Te Ching, Stephen MitchellDavid Frank Gomes in Episode 63
Start With Why, Simon SinekElvis Metrins in Episode 64
Sell or Be Sold, Grant CardoneElvis Metrins in Episode 64
The Little Prince, Antoine de Saint-ExupéryElvis Metrins in Episode 64
The Lean Startup, Eric RiesRay Blakney in Episode 67
When Elephants Weep: The Emotional Lives of Animals, Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson and Susan McCarthyEmma Austin in Episode 68
Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion, Robert CialdiniJay Bahadur in Episode 70
Thirst, Scott HarrisonBrenden Kumarasamy in Episode 72


NameDescriptionRecommended by
Google DriveCloud storageMichelle Smith in Episode 6
UpworkFreelancing websiteAustin Belcak in Episode 8
Wix.comWebsite builderJane Marshall in Episode 15
123 Reg Domain name registrationJane Marshall in Episode 15
Simply Business (with community Crunch Chorus)Business insuranceJane Marshall in Episode 15
FreeagentAccounting softwarePete Matthew in Episode 27
XeroAccounting softwarePete Matthew in Episode 27
ThinkificOnline course platformJacques Hopkins in Episode 28
KajabiOnline course platformJacques Hopkins in Episode 28
TeachableOnline course platformJacques Hopkins in Episode 28
ClickFunnelsOnline course platformJacques Hopkins in Episode 28
ActiveCampaignEmail service providerJacques Hopkins in Episode 28
ZapierIntegration softwareJacques Hopkins in Episode 28
Microsoft TeamsRemote working collaboration toolMargaret Buj in Episode 28A
ZoomVideo conferencingMargaret Buj in Episode 28A
SlackMessaging appMargaret Buj in Episode 28A
TrelloProject management appMargaret Buj in Episode 28A
Headspace (Android and iOS)Meditation appMio Yokoi in Episode 31
Waking Up (Android and iOS)Meditation appMio Yokoi in Episode 31

Courses and education

NameRecommended by
How To Tutor Online, Deeny JuddAnnie Dehaney-Steven in Episode 4
Deepak Choprah and Oprah Winfrey’s 21 day meditation challengesMichelle Smith in Episode 6
UdemyAustin Belcak in Episode 8, Margaret Buj in Episode 28A
CourseraAustin Belcak in Episode 8,Margaret Buj in Episode 28A
London College of Clinical HypnosisAdrian Muxlow in Episode 9
Warrior course equine coachingGuro Eide in Episode 13
MindvalleyKim Searle in Episode 14
The Open University  Sarah Turner in Episode 20, Carol-Anne McConnellogue in Episode 33
Access TrainingTim Dickinson in Episode 23
Steve Nixon, Jazz PianoJacques Hopkins in Episode 28
LinkedIn LearningMargaret Buj in Episode 28A
Access to Higher EducationLauren Bartley in Episode 32
Birkbeck, University of LondonLauren Bartley in Episode 32
Teaching English as a Foreign LanguageRosalind Southward in Episode 36
Certificate in English Language Teaching for AdultsRosalind Southward in Episode 36
No Bull Business SchoolRosalind Southward in Episode 36
The Reignite AcademyJanine Esbrand in Episode 38
Helen Pritchard LinkedIn coachingLindsey Jenkin in Episode 41


NameRecommended by
The FuturCollette Philip in Episode 2
Brand By Me blogCollette Philip in Episode 2
Work Smart HypnosisAdrian Muxlow in Episode 9
Jasmine Star Facebook and Instagram pagesJordan Tilton in Episode 17
Ultimate List of Side Hustles for TeachersStacey Ogden in Episode 18
Glassdoor Margaret Buj in Episode 21 and Episode 28A
Career Sherpa blog Margaret Buj in Episode 21
New job vs new career cheat sheetLauretta Ihonor in Episode 24
RightmoveRob Dix in Episode 26
Mr Money Mustache blogRob Dix in Episode 26
Michael HyattPete Matthew in Episode 27
Danielle LeslieJacques Hopkins in Episode 28
Dan HenryJacques Hopkins in Episode 28
David Siteman GarlandJacques Hopkins in Episode 28
Amy PorterfieldJacques Hopkins in Episode 28
LinkedInMargaret Buj in Episode 28A
Crafted LeadershipDenise Liebetrau in Episode 29
Byron Katie, The WorkDenise Liebetrau in Episode 29
The Five Minute JournalMio Yokoi in Episode 31
LinkedIn LocalAlexandra Galviz in Episode 34
Pete Mosley “The Art of Shouting Quietly” book, workshops and masterclass for quiet peopleAlexandra Galviz in Episode 34
Alixa FlexibilityJessica Hill in Episode 35
Pregnant Then ScrewedJanine Esbrand in Episode 38
Marketingexamples.comJames Mulvany in Episode 47
1000 True Fans, Kevin KellyRussell Nohelty in Episode 48
Cory Huff, The Abundant ArtistRussell Nohelty in Episode 48
Jeff GoinsRussell Nohelty in Episode 48
The Artist’s Way, Julia CameronRussell Nohelty in Episode 48
Derek Murphy, Creative IndieRussell Nohelty in Episode 48
Your First 10k ReadersRussell Nohelty in Episode 48
Mark Dawson’s Self-Publishing FormulaRussell Nohelty in Episode 48
Answer The PublicSam Winsbury in Episode 51
Free Range HumansGemma Seltzer in Episode 52
Mozilla Developer NetworkAdam Alton in Episode 65
Kyle Cease’s Kylego ExerciseJeff Harry in Episode 66
Timewise FoundationLianna Etkind in Episode 71
Demand a 4 Day WeekLianna Etkind in Episode 71


QuoteRecommended by
“Invest in you”, Michelle SmithMichelle Smith in Episode 6
“Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t – you’re right”, Henry FordSara Sabin in Episode 7
“A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step”, Chinese proverb, Laozi, Chapter 64 of the Tao Te ChingSara Sabin in Episode 7
“You cannot always control the situation in which you find yourself but you can control your response to it “Oliver Johnston in Episode 16
Psalm 23Jordan Tilton in Episode 17
“You can buy anything with money but you can’t buy time”Isy Otto in Episode 22
“Be comfortable with being uncomfortable”Marc Trussell in Episode 30
“Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life”, from “The Summer Day” by Mary OliverRosalind Southward in Episode 36
“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life.  Don’t be trapped by dogma – which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice.  And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition”, Steve JobsRosalind Southward in Episode 36
“The meaning of life is to find your gift, the purpose of life is to give it away”, Pablo PicassoPavitt Thatcher in Episode 40
“Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t, you’re right”, Henry FordAli Temple in Episode 43
“Do what is needed”, SadhguruNicole Akong in Episode 53
“Done is better than perfect”Deborah Niemann in Episode 58
“For what it’s worth: it’s never too late or, in my case, too early to be whoever you want to be.  There’s no time limit, stop whenever you want.  You can change or stay the same, there are no rules to this thing.  We can make the best or the worst of it.  I hope you make the best of it.  And I hope you see things that startle you.  I hope you feel things you never felt before.  I hope you meet people with a different point of view.  I hope you live a life you’re proud of.  If you find that you’re not, I hope you have the courage to start all over again.”, F Scott FitzgeraldKatie Sullivan in Episode 59
“Rather than being disheartened by the ambiguity, the uncertainty of life, what if we accepted it and relaxed into it?  What if we said, “Yes, this is the way it is; this is what it means to be human,” and decided to sit down and enjoy the ride?”, Pema ChodronStacy Mayer in Episode 60
“Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking. Don’t settle. As with all matters of the heart, you’ll know when you find it.”, Steve JobsElvis Metrins in Episode 64
“I’ve never seen any life transformation that didn’t begin with the person in question finally getting tired of their own b*******.”, Elizabeth GilbertJeff Harry in Episode 66
“If you are not embarrassed by the first version of your product, you’ve launched too late”, Reid Hoffman, founder of LinkedInRay Blakney in Episode 67
“If you can’t win, change the rules.  If you can’t change the rules, then ignore them”, Peter DiamandisJay Bahadur in Episode 70


ResourceRecommended by
Podcast: Killing It – Adventures In Start-Ups And Mental HealthSara Sabin in Episode 7
Community: freeCodeCampAustin Belcak in Episode 8
Networking: Business Networking InternationalAdrian Muxlow in Episode 9
Networking: Entrepreneurs CircleDawn Fry in Episode 12
Vidoes: Brad Yates, Emotional Freedom TechniqueKim Searle in Episode 14
Podcast: Smart Passive IncomePete Matthew in Episode 27, Jacques Hopkins in Episode 28
Song: Weightless, Marconi UnionMio Yokoi in Episode 31
Ten2Two Recruitment AgencyCarol-Anne McConnellogue in Episode 33