How to develop a style, freedom from meetings, the Beehive story, the John Hegarty story, the Muhammad Ali story, a.i. bollocks a free creative idea for outdoor media and what’s the point of advertising?

Book review – Rough Diamond
How to develop empathy
Where creativity comes from
Mathematics for business
New business advice
How to achieve the work life balance
The importance of trust
Flooding Second Life
Innovative thinking and survival
Intrepreneurship and entrepreneurship

The pros and cons of the 4 day work week, why parents don’t understand PR, Paul Holmes and Alex Myers mentioned, building creativity into education, totems and ceremonies in the hybrid world and telling fossil fuel companies to jog on.

Keeping the customer satisfied – fine but what what motivates them? Demographics and psychographics are too limited. Here’s Valuegraphics for the ultimate marketing profiling system.

What tools does a creative agency need to help its employees successfully work remotely? This episode shows you how, from office design, to equipment, security and software, Also a bonus tip for new business folks!

How to pitch – stories, news and agencies. Pip Decks Storyteller Tactics is a revolutionary way to make your pitches land. Find out how Steve was inspired to create this system and how this is going to help your agency new business process.

Tim’s journey to copywriting, the value of being inquisitive & working with short creative deadlines. Trusting your intuition & how to write like people want to read it.
The art of staying flexible and remote working, interesting character traits and superb advice for winning new business.

How to think like a futurist – Tom’s new training course. Plus the future of the the working week, sustainable food habits, modern measures of status, the future of the gig worker and fixing the gender balance.

Behavioural scientist Dr. Gleb Tsipursky on Solving the working from home problems for creative agencies. How to balance public health and economics, who to trust, status quo bias, virtual watercoolers, asynchronous brainstorming,. remote coworking. proximity bias & excellence from anywhere.

Stevie Spring CBE
Chairman of mental health charity Mind, former chair of the British Council, board director at retail giant Co-op and general all-round amazing person sits down to discuss her life, career and philosophy and why she recommends dividing your time between profit, people and planet.