Hannah Barrett joins Dominic and Juliet on this week’s episode of Business Without Bullsh-t. Hannah’s a Yoga Instructor, Business Women, and influential Instagram star with a following of over 360,000.
Her transition from being a full-time Actuary to a Yoga Instructor began in 2014 when she became a mother. But it was when Hannah had her second child that things really changed for her. After a traumatic birth, Hannah experienced Post Natal Depression and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, both of which she overcame through the practice of Yoga and Meditation.
Now, Hannah's on a mission to share the incredible benefits of Yoga worldwide. She runs live classes, has her own YouTube channel, has co-written 4 e-books, and has her very own Yoga & Meditation app.
The three discuss Hannah’s history and lead up to becoming a Yoga Instructor and Instagram Influencer. We also get to hear about why Hannah believes people gravitate towards Yoga, the health benefits gained from regular practice, and what she has coming up with her live classes, app and new book. We also get a mini breathing lesson from Yogi Dominic.
Another packed episode, minus the BS. Roll out your mat and press play!
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Business without Bullsh-t is joined this week by David Rogers. Having once walked the halls of Oury Clark, David is now Director of Accounting for an aerospace engineering firm, the Ferra Group.
With Dominic Frisby and Andy Oury, David discusses the recent impact of coronavirus on aerospace and some of the uncomfortable questions that surround the industry. The three also chat all things accountancy (what some may call the world’s second oldest profession); how accountancy has changed over the years, the importance of keeping up to date with tech, and what the skill-set of an accountant may need to look like in the future.
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Joe discusses raising money for startups, trends in conscious capitalism and how entrepreneurs could be solving social problems.
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It’s an enlightening conversation which covers a wide range of topics about tax, relating to technology businesses and the digital economy, what to do with your IP, and international tax cooperation.
Andrew Oury and Dominic Frisby are joined in the latest episode of Business without Bullsh-t by Sam Collins, Head of Commercial and Membership at Ukie - the UK’s games and interactive entertainment industry trading body.
The three discuss the effects of COVID on consumer consumption, the impact of gaming tech on other industries, and improving the nations digital literacy.
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We chat about the changing trends in the music industry, how technology is democratising the space, and why surviving in the industry today depends on being a polymath.
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We discuss the importance of being able to pivot markets as a start-up plus the complexity of entering different geographical markets, what makes a successful business partner and why Director of Administration is the often forgotten yet most integral hire for any start-up business.
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The three discuss the world of Sustainability, exploring the landscape, current initiatives and how integrating Sustainability into corporate structures actually works.
Continuing the conversation with Alison Coward, this episode of Business without Bullsh-t flips the tried and trusted format on its head as Alison shifts focus to Ross and Andrew who delve into life at Oury Clark.
The three discuss how technology has forced an evolution in the role and cost of lawyers and accountants, when its time to turn to an accountant or a lawyer, with some wise words for aspiring undergraduates thrown in.
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The three discuss Alison’s passion for team culture, what effective collaboration should look like, and her experiences in implementing strategies.
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