Episode #10) The Confidence Game with Kyle Murtagh

Kyle Murtagh has won multiple awards for public speaking, and he helps people improve their skills through his company, Confidence by Design.

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Episode #9) Improve with Ged Neil

 

Ged Neil is a transformational coach. He’s the founder of Dynamic Creations, which helps people via techniques such as meditation, hypnosis, and NLP.

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Episode #8) The Startup Factory with Michael Hayes

Michael Hayes is co-founder of RookieOven, a hub for startup companies and entrepreneurs, and of software developer Add Jam

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Episode #7) Trevor Sloughter Droppin’ Science Like A Scientist

Trevor Sloughter is a PhD student, a member of Glasgow Skeptics, and a South Carolinian. We talk science, maths, and ‘murica.

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Episode #6) Crooked Cops And Stolen Jewels, With James Donnelly (JD)

In this episode I talk to James Donnelly, aka JD. If the name’s not familiar, but you’ve been in the East End and seen the house covered with drawings of police and mentions of Princess Di and stolen jewels, then you know who I’m talking about.

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Ep #5) The Cult(?) Of Crossfit

In this episode I talk to Ally MacKinnon and Simon Thomson, the founders of Crossfit East Kilbride. We talk Crossfit, business, cults, injuries, and dogs. 

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Ep #4) Traquair-wolves Of London: Talking Music With Stewart Traquair

“Everyone’s trying to get somewhere good”

In this episode I talk to Stewart Traquair. Stewart is a musician who has self-published a number of albums and EPs, and has been a part of Glasgow’s music scene for over 20 years. In this episode we talk music, travel, triangles, and conspiracy theories.

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Ep #3) Davie Galbraith Kicks Your Nips Off

In this episode I talk to Davie Galbraith. Davie is a former professional mixed martial arts fighter who now runs and owns New Life Gym, a martial arts hub in Maryhill.

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Ep #2) Low-budgment Day – Indie Film-making With Graham Hughes

Graham is an indie director-editor-screenwriter. His feature-length debut, The Big Slick, won a Bafta Scotland award for writing. His second, A Practical Guide to a Spectacular Suicide, was award-nominated at both the Scottish Baftas and the Edinburgh International Film Festival. Graham has also directed a number of shorts, music videos, a six-part web series, and worked with the BBC Writer’s Room and Google Expeditions.

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Episode #1) Scott Russell – Sweat On Yo’ Momma

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Episode 1 is with Scott Russell. Scott is the founder of Equinox 10 fitness and performance centre. He’s a personal trainer, and a former professional basketball player.

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