Access to Inspiration

Be inspired by people who may be unalike you. Host Sue Stockdale interviews a range of interesting people from around the world, enabling you to think bigger, transcend day to day challenges and see new possibilities.

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 24m. Bisher sind 91 Folge(n) erschienen. Jede Woche gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 1 day 11 hours 53 minutes


77. Elena Rossini: Using creativity for social good

Sue Stockdale talks to Elena Rossini, an Italian artist, writer and activist who uses creativity to improve representation. Elena describes why she feels compelled to work on issues of social justice, media representation, and the empowerment of women...



76. Susan Murphy: Communicating with your authentic voice

Sue Stockdale talks to Susan Murphy, a broadcast voice coach who helps young broadcasters find and use authentic voice and pitch. Susan describes why audio and voice has become more important recently, how to access your best vocal pitch, and what...



75. Adeyanju Olomola: Overcoming imposter syndrome

Sue Stockdale talks to Adeyanju Olomola about her transition from a twenty-year career in a corporate organisation to running her own business as a Certified Professional Coach. Adeyanju reflects on: • What imposter syndrome is, and how to...



74. Thomas Luther: Sisu - leading the Finnish way

Sue Stockdale talks to Thomas Luther, CEO of Nevel, a green infrastructure company in Finland. He explains the concept of Sisu – the Finnish way of being and explains in the conversation how he embodies this approach in the way he leads the company....



73. Manuela Gil: Engaging others through purposeful leadership

Sue Stockdale talks to Colombian entrepreneur Manuela Gil, majority owner of Vivaldi Ingenieria Hospitalaria, about how she transformed the family business by building a company driven by purpose. She talks openly about how she overcame her fear of...



72. Paul Zak: Immersion neuroscience – measuring what the brain loves

Sue Stockdale talks to Dr Paul. J Zak about how neuroscience can help podcasters, entertainment companies and employers measure what the brain loves and why it matters. Dr. Paul J. Zak is a professor of economics, psychology and management at...


 2022-07-06  31m

Preview of Series 10

Sue Stockdale, podcast host and author of EXPLORE: A Life of Adventure, previews some of the upcoming guests in Series 10 and suggests three ways to listen to each episode. They include: -Susan Murphy, on using your authentic voice -Elena...


 2022-06-29  6m

71. Sue Stockdale: Exploring Potential

Eveline Van Den Heuvel takes over the host’s role to interview Sue Stockdale. She discovers how Sue inspires people to step into the unknown and explore more of their own potential. Sue, who usually hosts this podcast series is a motivational speaker...


 2022-05-25  33m

70. Sophie Dow: No mind should be left behind

Sue Stockdale talks to Sophie Dow, a former freelance correspondent, writer, and founder of the Salvesen Mindroom Centre about what happened when she went on a search to discover a diagnosis for her daughter Annie, who had learning difficulties, and...


 2022-05-18  33m

69. Sanzar Kakar: Trading is key to the Afghan spirit

Sue Stockdale talks to Sanzar Kakar about his life as an entrepreneur in Afghanistan, how he measures success, and how the company pivoted to support the recent humanitarian crisis in the country. Sanzar Kakar is the Chairman of Afghanistan...


 2022-05-11  26m