Financial Wellness with Melanie Eusebe
Melanie Eusebe is a creative entrepreneur and a director at Accenture, where she is also the Diversity and Inclusion lead. She is a co-founder of the Black British Business Awards and founder of the Money Moves financial empowerment programme. Melanie was a judge for the 2020 Women's Prize for Fiction, and in the same year she was awarded an MBE for services to diversity in business.
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The Secret Language of Connection with Charles Duhigg40:36Charles Duhigg is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist and the author of The Power of Habit and Smarter Faster Better. A graduate of Harvard Business School and Yale College, he is a winner of the National Academies of Sciences, National Journalism, and George Polk awards. He writes for The New Yorker and other publications, was previously a senior editor at The New York Times, and occasionally hosts the podcast How To! Charles' new book Supercommunicators: How to Unlock the Secret Language of Connection is out now available in stores and online.
The Four Ways to Wellbeing with Nicola Elliott41:28Nicola Elliott is the Founder and Creative Director of NEOM, the award-winning wellbeing brand in the UK. She worked for ten years as a journalist in London, on magazines including Glamour, InStyle and Marie Claire, and decided to launch NEOM after experimenting with essential oil blends and discovering the power they hold to tackle the stress and demands of modern-day life. The company that started with a few blends created for family and friends has now grown into a brand present in over 500 stores across the UK and worldwide. Her first book, The Four Ways to Wellbeing is out now in stores and online, and you can follow Nicola @nicolaelliottneom BETTER SLEEP. LESS STRESS. MORE ENERGY. MOOD BOOST. These are the four pillars of wellbeing and there is no one better placed to show you how to do exactly that than Nicola.
Understanding Your Fertility with Dr Helen O’Neill48:17Dr Helen is the co-founder and CEO of Hertility, and is a lecturer in reproductive and molecular genetics and a leading expert in reproductive science. She has a Masters in Prenatal Genetics and Fetal Medicine and a PhD in Stem Cell Biology from UCL. Her research focuses on pre-implantation embryo development and the use of CRISPR genome editing to assess understanding and treatment of disorders of infertility.You can follow Dr Helen @dr.helenoneill and Hertility @hertility_healthWhy Hertility was born…For too long, women have been dismissed by the healthcare system. Their bodies are ’too complicated’ to understand and their health conditions remain ‘elusive’. So, we’re revolutionising reproductive healthcare and putting women front and centre of everything we do.By bringing reproductive science out of the lab and into the hands of every single woman worldwide, we’re setting a new standard of scientific rigour and education in female health to nurture the Mother of all movements - one powered by a new generation of women who back their bodies and their life choices.
High on Life with David JP Phillips53:37David JP Phillips is an internationally acclaimed Swedish public speaker and coach.His new book High on Life guides you through ways to harness the immense power of your mind and optimize your body's chemical factory by diving deep into six neurochemicals and how they can transform your life from within.
Knowing Your S**t with Sophie Medlin53:58Sophie Medlin is a well-recognised consultant dietitian and is the Chair for the British Dietetic Association for London. Sophie has expertise in gastrointestinal and colorectal health. She worked in acute hospitals specialising in gastrointestinal diseases before moving into academia, where she worked as a lecturer at King’s College London. Sophie is a go-to spokesperson for media when it comes to evidence-based nutrition, regularly featuring in print, broadcast and social media.Sophie has specialist knowledge and skills in the management of medical conditions such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), colorectal dysfunction, diverticular disease and polycystic ovarian syndrome.Sophie works as a consultant in product development for the manufacture of vitamins and probiotics and enjoys applying her academic research skills in the commercial sector.
Get Well, Stay Well with Dr Gemma Newman44:35Dr Gemma Newman has been a British family doctor for twenty years. She is also a member of the British Society of Lifestyle Medicine, a founding member and ambassador for Plant Based Health Professionals UK and a Reiki healer. Her holistic health, nutrition and lifestyle advice has achieved tremendous results for her patients, as well as numerous others via her @PlantPowerDoctor Instagram platform.Dr Gemma's book is out now in store and online. Determined to help her patients, Dr Gemma Newman has studied nutrition, psychotherapy and a wide range of holistic approaches alongside her medical practice. This book brings together everything she has learned, in twenty years of clinical experience with six essential health prescriptions distilled into simple and free, daily habits.
High-Performance and Corporate Icks with Dean Leak01:01:30Dean Leak is a high-performing teams and leadership coach with an exceptional track record of success. He has worked with gold medal-winning Olympic sports teams, Fortune 100 companies, the British Government, and C-suite executive leaders, helping them build healthy, high-performing results.His focus on human connection, effective communication, and cultural excellence has led to significant transformational changes at both individual and system levels. Dean is an empathetic performance disruptor who believes in creating a culture of performance enablement, empowering individuals and teams to achieve their full potential.You can follow Dean @deanleakcoach
His Book May Save Your Life with Dr Karan Rajan45:57Dr. Karan Rajan is an NHS surgeon and one of the biggest health and science creators on social media. Since 2020 he has amassed more than seven million followers across his channels with his refreshingly frank medical myth-busting and health-advice videos which combine education, entertainment, and generous servings of dark humor. In addition to being a regular advocate of health promotion on behalf of the NHS and the UK government, he has also worked closely with the UN, the World Health Organization, and the British Red Cross in an ambassadorial capacity. He is a senior clinical lecturer at the University of Sunderland School of Medicine and was formerly at Imperial College London.His book This Book May Save Your Life: Everyday Health Hacks to Worry Less and Live Better is out now online and in stores and you can follow Dr Karan @drkaranrajan
Happiness New Year14:10Adrienne is back for another year on Power Hour and is exploring how we can start the new year truly putting happiness first.