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I invite entrepreneurs with entertaining stories and examples of habits that help aspects of health to share their story on this podcast. I conduct interviews online, so it doesn’t matter where you’re based in the world.
Episodes of The Art of Living Proactively podcast - Series 4
In this episode of “The Art of Living Proactively,” join host Tony Winyard as he welcomes Dr. Tom Gedman, a medical doctor and functional medicine practitioner. Dr. Gedman shares his blueprint plan for proactive health, addressing the importance of lifestyle choices, thought change, effective communication, exercise, and purpose. Don’t miss this insightful discussion on transforming your health and well-being.
In this episode of “The Art of Living Proactively,” Tony Winyard joins adventurer and athlete Jeff Seckendorf to discuss the transformative power of cycling and scuba diving. From training for a gruelling cycling record to revolutionising scuba coaching, Jeff shares insights on mastery, purposeful living, and embracing opportunities. A must-listen conversation for anyone seeking to harness the power of their choices.
Oncologist Dr Penny Kechagioglou shares how to prevent illness before it starts through nutrition, exercise, reducing stress and community support. Hear Penny’s insights on integrating lifestyle medicine into cancer care. Be inspired by her mission to move healthcare upstream and live more proactively.
In this episode of “The Art of Living Proactively,” host Tony Winyard welcomes guest Helle Luxe. They discuss the power of self-love and contribution. Helle shares her journey from darkness to light, offering insights on self-care, meditation, forgiveness, and spreading joy. Don’t miss this inspiring conversation on prioritising yourself and shining in life.
Join Tony Winyard as he interviews Jonathan Mendoza in this episode of “The Art of Living Proactively.” Dive into the fascinating world of holistic health and discover the impact of fast food on our liver, brain, and gut. Learn practical tips for weight loss, improving energy levels, and maximizing overall health. Don’t miss Nurse Doza’s holistic health revolution!
In this episode of The Art of Living Proactively, host Tony Winyard welcomes guest Steven Borden to discuss Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) training. Discover how BFR training can help you train smarter, not harder, by reducing joint stress, improving muscle strength, and enhancing recovery. Don’t miss out on this innovative approach to optimising your workouts. Tune in now!
Episodes of the Habits & Health podcast - Series 3
Habits & Health episode 94 with Paula Allen who is a Senior Vice- President at LifeWorks, trusted mental health & wellbeing partner to over 15,000 organizations around the world. She is the creator of the LifeWorks’ Mental Health Index. We discuss mental health in the workplace and many other issues around mental wellbeing.
Habits & Health episode 93 with Holly Middleton, a movement coach who helps your body to move the way it wants to so you reclaim ownership of your body.
Habits & Health episode 92 with Dr Jay Wiles, an expert in HRV. we discuss what is HRV, how it can help you, what is resonance breathing and biofeedback, and how stress can help you.
Habits & Health episode 91 with Kathleen Trotter, MSc, a fitness expert, media personality, personal trainer, writer, and author of Finding Your Fit. A Compassionate Trainer’s Guide to Making Fitness a Lifelong Habit and Your Fittest Future Self. Kathleen has been a personal trainer and fitness expert for almost twenty years.
Habits & Health episode 90 with Matthew LaBosco, who has devoted his practice to empower individuals, across all areas of life, to partner, align, and leverage stress to live the most meaningful and purposeful lives possible. He has studied, trained, and apprenticed in the fields of psychology, neuroscience, physical rehabilitation, nutritional science, meditation, and spirituality.
Habits & Health episode 89 with Lindsey Byrne, specialising in helping people reverse the symptoms of Alzheimer’s, using natural approaches to address the root causes.
Previous episodes of the Happy Vs Flourishing podcast - Series 2
Happy Vs Flourishing episode 19 with Wesley Tan, who essentially helps people to be much kinder to their bodies so that their bodies works for them and not against.
Happy Vs Flourishing episode18 with Paul & Emily Hughes who run a company named “Parents guide to GCSE” which arms parents of children taking their GCSE exams with the ammunition required to be able to assist their children in getting through this stressful time for both the child and the parents.
Happy Vs Flourishing episode 17 with Duncan Bhaskaran Brown. He is an award winning speaker, author and Morris dancer! He has helped hundreds of people across the world to get over indulgence, and wake up to a better future.
We discuss attitudes toward addictions, food and many other topics in this episode.
Happy Vs Flourishing episode 16 with Bob Ferguson and we explore the world of public speaking and communication, especially Toastmasters International.
Bob has been a member of Toastmasters for over 25 years and has represented the UK twice in the Toastmasters world championship speaking contest. As a professional speaker e is also a member of the PSA, the Professional Speaking Association and in this episode we discuss the differences between Toastmasters and The PSA, the value members receive from each organisation and some tips for finding the right club.
Happy Vs Flourishing episode 15 with Wendy May who is a “Purpose coach”. In 2019 Wendy released a book titled “Regenerative Purpose: The Dynamic Nature of the Way We Choose Work” and in this episode we dig into that.
Wendy is also a conscious leadership consultant, and recovering achievement addict. After leaving behind a successful corporate career, she embarked on a heart-led journey of service work in 2015. As a changemaker, she supports the process of soul-purpose alignment so we can create a world of work that works for everyone.
Happy Vs Flourishing episode 14 with Richard Burrows. As an elite performance coach, he has centred his approach on the mastery of breath and cold exposure.
Previous episodes of the Exceeding Expectations podcast - Series 1
Exceeding Expectations episode 94 with Keziah Robinson a business strategist, coach, and investor with over 15 years experience working with CEOs, founders & executive leadership across multiple industries.
Exceeding Expectations episode 93 -Mike Robbins is an author, speaker, and coach delivering keynotes and seminars to groups of all kinds throughout the world. His clients include Google, Wells Fargo, eBay, Gap, Adobe, Schwab, Microsoft, Genentech, Airbnb, and the San Francisco Giants.
Exceeding Expectations episode 92 – Deborah McPhilemy helps people to handle their emotions which is our main source of communication. Every decision we make and action we take is based on how we feel and in this episode we explore this vitally important subject.
Exceeding Expectations episode 91 – Phil Strazzulla is an entrepreneur focused on helping advance the People/HR/Recruiting function through knowledge sharing and community building
Exceeding Expectations episode 90 – Nate Peo is a Residential Construction Professional and serves as VP of Purchasing and Construction for a successful California-based real estate company. Nate is also a self-described “super connector,” and is passionate about bringing people together in mutually successful ways.
Exceeding Expectations episode 89 – Devin Miller loves startups. He founded his first startup while earning Law & MBA degrees. Since then, he has founded several more startups and enjoyed every minute of it. He runs a patent and trademark law firm to help other startups and small businesses.