We Rise together Always
Usually, where we come from, being so close to family can create friction and division. With everyone’s personal opinions about the world being influenced by their own wants, desires and individual experience. But imagine putting all of that aside and working as a single unit with an aligned goal.
Meet Javier Bello, one part of the Bello Brothers, Great Britain's number 1 beach volleyball team.
Javier and his twin brother Joaquin started playing volleyball at the age of 6. At age 16, they were playing professionally with a goal to become a dominant force on the sandy courts around the world. With their father as their coach and their mother as their manager, family issues carry a significant weight.
This podcast explores the family dynamic and follows the success of the Bello Brothers. We will learn about how these 22 year olds put things aside and focus on what is in front of them. This is an episode you won’t want to miss.
Open Up and Recover
The famed and fabled Camino Santiago de Compostela in Spain has been a bedrock for self discovery and reflection dating back to the 9th century. It is this very path that led our guest Thomas Anderson to transform lives based on his own experience with anxiety, burnout, self-doubt and even suicidal thoughts.
Thomas led a normal life in one of the happiest places on Earth, Sweden. Married with children and a budding career, he seemed to have it all locked down; but something wasn’t right. He didn’t feel happy and he needed to find a way back to himself.
This caused him to write a diary which explored his thoughts and feelings through this precarious time. This diary formed the basis of his book “The Vulnerable Man: Reclaim Your Life, Master Your Emotions, Break Your Patterns”.
Stemming from the darkest of thoughts and the climb out of the deep hole of depression, Thomas’ writing shares his journey of change. He hopes to inspire people to become vulnerable and share what you are going through with others so that you can get support.
Thomas now teaches people how to set boundaries, create space for recovery, how to build healthier relationships and how to own emotions you may feel.
Be sure to listen to this eerily relatable episode; be sure to share it with someone you feel it could help.Thomas’ book “The Vulnerable Man” can be found on Amazon and on his website here.
Alison had it all. A promising career path that started as a radio presenter with the BBC to transitioning to live television with the same network.
Her life was full of music, travel, culture and fun all rounding her to be one of the most interesting guests we've had on our show to date.
Alison's career path was halted suddenly by something very few medical professionals could explain. But instead of giving it all up, she fought the unknown and refused to back down to a ten year expiration her doctors gave her.
Alison now is an author and remains presenting. This story of resilience is enough to inspire everyone to never give up and to fight for your life.
In this episode, we hope this dramatic (and fun at times) story inspires you to keep going and never give up. We hope you enjoy.
Paul Booth is a 7 figure brand builder across multiple different genres including supplements, bodybuilding, CBD and wellness. As an ex Royal Marine patrolling the Caribbean busting over $1 billion in Cocaine.
On this episode, this tough guy talks about the male ego and how it can literally destroy a person if left unchecked. Not only that, if you are trying to build something in your life, you don't have to do it alone.
This is an episode for all and it may help you understand that frustrated guy who won't take advice from anyone.
"In life, nothing good nor bad lasts forever."
Mr. Product of a Postcode, Gary Hutton, walks us through dystopia and trying to fight for a life outside of it. Gary's unique experience takes us on a journey from crime, gangs and violence to one of retribution and helping young people break the cycle.
This highly entertaining episode details parts of Gary's life that shaped who he is today and gives us hope that people can change and give back to society.
His book "Product of a Postcode" has created a new conversation in the halls of government on how we should look at crime, dysfunctional families and community.
Imagine running towards a firing machine gun. You feel like a pawn in a game designed to have zero winners. Richard Mcenery joined the Royal Marines to shape his future, how that turned out wasn’t what he bargained for.
In this episode Richard takes the makings of a sombre story and brings it to a life of unimaginable success. From selling his security company for £20 million to protecting wildlife and the environment in Africa and extracting Ukrainians displaced by the war to Europe. Richard tells our listeners that PTSD doesn’t have to hold you down.
Football legend Lee Sharpe sits down with us and explains what it's like to walk onto the stage of your childhood dreams. In this not so typical Lee Sharpe interview we find out what it means to ditch the worry, leave the rat race and start exploring life, zen, family and the future. You don't want to miss this.
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