Freelance Radio Producer, Presenter and Actor David Brain talks about his varied career, the importance of networking and keeping an open mind.
I caught up with David at our former University, Leeds Trinity where David was due to give a talk to current students.
After we finished recording the first episode of the podcast, Chris mentioned that he had a long list of people who would make great guests. Not only that, he had been exploring the idea of podcasting as part of his Human Freelancer project.
This week I speak to freelance journalist and copywriter Sean Hargrave about his experience of jury duty and find out more about jury duty insurance.
Sean Hargrave shares his experience of doing Jury Duty.
Thanks to Lisa & Zoe at Policybee.co.uk
Mark Newton is a Yorkshire based wedding and commercial photography who specialises in shooting cool couples and even cooler beers. In this episode he talks about moving on from a career as a graphic designer to build his photography business. He shares his experience of
When I worked my 9-5 as an Account Manager and Communications Officer I saw expenses as a perk of the job. Being out for a nice lunch with a client or a coffee on the train down to London were all little treats to be
On this week's episode we look ahead to our interview with Mark Newton and hear how two recent guests approach their personal projects.
Graphic Designer Robbie May chats with David Crighton about his career and Laces Out, the trainer festival he launched in his hometown of Liverpool.
Robbie funded his studies as a cab driver in his home town of Liverpool and used design competitions to build his portfolio
[caption id="attachment_103" align="alignright" width="195"] The $100 Dollar Startup by Chris Guillebeau, this week's recommendation from listener, Matt Badenoch.[/caption]
This week's episode was inspired by a post in our Facebook group, started by Natasha. She shared a link to the forthcoming business banking app, Coconut and it started
To give it's full title, The $100 Startup: Reinvent the Way You Make a Living, Do What You Love, and Create a New Future is perhaps the best known book by New York Times best selling author Chris Guillebeau. It was recommended by Wedding Photographer, Matt Badenoch