Episodes

  • Jessie J is a singer and songwriter who has been singing professionally since she was 11 years old. In 2010 she shot to fame with the release of her first single, Do It Like A Dude. She has since sold millions of records, performed at the closing ceremony of the London Olympics, and been a judge on the talent shows The Voice and The Voice Kids.

    This episode with Jessie is a special conversation. She was candid and open about the highs and lows throughout her life, and shared with me some things that she has never voiced before. From her early childhood memories, to the fame and success of her music, to health issues and grief, Jessie spoke with such honesty and tenderness.

    But she also talks about how she has enabled herself to break open and embrace the grief that she has stored up and hidden away. Jessie is someone who has always come out fighting, and here she goes into how that’s been possible in a way she never has before. We learn about how to stay grounded as you become famous, especially in the dizzying swirl of Los Angeles. I want to thank Jessie for her honesty and for taking the time to record this episode with me, it will certainly change how you think about a lot of things in life.

    Topics:

    My childhood and health problems Growth in moments of sadness and pain Finding out about your fertility problems Dealing with everything hitting you at once What would you say to your old self? Not knowing who I was Were record labels defining who you were? Finding the right team for you Why did you disappear? How did the pandemic impact you? Jamal Edwards passing  Your miscarriage Your bodyguard’s passing Do you let people in? Love and relationships What’s your next chapter? Our last guest's question

    Jessie J:

    https://twitter.com/jessiej

    https://www.instagram.com/jessiej

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  • In these ‘Moment’ episodes of my podcast, I’ll be selecting my favourite moments from previous episodes of The Diary Of A CEO.

    This week I’m bringing back an episode from August last year with Ali Abdaal; a doctor, business entrepreneur, public speaker and all-round expert. It is important to resurface these ideas about productivity so that we can get the most out of our lives. This was an incredibly engaging conversation, as he tells me how he manages to squeeze every moment from his day. 

    Ali mentions here that in order to do our tasks in the most efficient way, we should shift our mindset to think they are fun. This means that we become intrinsically motivated to complete them. One way in which we can do this is change ‘I have to…’ to ‘I get to…’. Shifting our mind to think that something is fun, will make us feel so much better about ourselves once the task is done. 

    I also mentioned that when I have my own time to choose when I can be productive, I create time sensitive and task specific blocks in my mind. This helps to create a tick box mentality, and one which I can intertwine with what Ali says here.

    Listen to the full episode here - https://g2ul0.app.link/5r583D34Apb

    Ali - https://twitter.com/AliAbdaal?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor

    https://www.instagram.com/aliabdaal/?hl=en

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  • Terry Crews is a NFL player turned film and TV star, featuring in a wide range of hugely successful shows like Brooklyn Nine-Nine, White Chicks, Everybody Hates Chris and Idiocracy. Escaping his abusive father, and spending decades cultivating his bodybuilder physique and mentality, Terry then broke into the Hollywood scene.

    This episode is the Terry Crews we have never seen before. We talk about some extremely deep, raw material and explore his deeply personal story of his childhood which led him into an addiction to appearing outwardly tough. His journey to where he is now is inspiring and the way he speaks about it is so humbling.

    Certain areas of his life that became out of control such as violence, sex, relationships, racism, shame, made him learn how to seek control of himself and his environment. His latest book, Tough: My Journey to True Power, is a moving autobiography where Terry faces these insecurities and distressing memories.

    Topics:

    What made you the person you are today? Domestic violence in your family Where did your dad's pain come from ? My pornography addiction How did porn impact your marriage? Cheating on my wife Opening up to my wife and its consequences Why do men avoid intimacy and vulnerability ? What was your lowest moment ? Your dad being aggressive in front of your children How and why did you change? How would your life be if you wouldn't have changed ? I was sexually assaulted by a Hollywood executive How my dark and bright side came from the same place Our last guest's question

    Terry Crews:

    https://twitter.com/terrycrews

    https://www.instagram.com/terrycrews

    Terry's book: 

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Tough-My-Journey-True-Power/dp/0593329805/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1651096152&sr=8-2

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  • Piers Morgan is a journalist and television host who hasn't stayed out of the headlines since being made the youngest newspaper editor in Britain when he took over the News of the World at the age of 28, almost 30 years ago. Over the years he has attracted controversy for his disputed tactics in breaking news stories and television interviews. He is also the author of several best-selling memoirs.

    His long affinity for journalism has seen him leaving and starting new roles across ITV, CNN and NBC. Some of the shows include Piers Morgan Life Stories, Good Morning Britain, Britain’s Got Talent, and his newest - Piers Morgan Uncensored, beginning April 24 on the new TalkTv. In this conversation we touch subjects of mental resilience, cancel-culture, mental health and veganism.

    You may not like it, it may not be comfortable to listen to, but this interview was an important debate which made me think about many of the things we spoke about. Piers believes his voice of common sense, acts as a vital counter-narrative to have in society and encourages us to build resilience, stimulate debate and stop over labelling things.

    Topics:

    What made you the person we see today? Mental resilience vs mental health How did you get ahead so quickly in your career? Marketing yourself using controversy How have you dealt with your ups and downs? What would it take for you and Meghan Markle to make up? The consequence for you child being who you are When does Piers Morgan Cry? Piers Morgan Uncensored The last guest question

    Piers:

    https://twitter.com/piersmorgan

    https://www.instagram.com/piersmorgan/

    Piers Morgan Uncensored:

    https://www.youtube.com/c/PiersMorganUncensored/featured

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  • In these ‘Moment’ episodes of my podcast, I’ll be selecting my favourite moments from previous episodes of The Diary Of A CEO.

    This week, I have chosen a clip from my episode with Rochelle Humes, who spoke to me so openly about her life, chasing the highest goals like never before. Rochelle has been performing professionally and presenting television since she was in school, and is also the entrepreneur behind innovative hair and skincare brand My Little Coco.

    Rochelle found success by being true to herself, and following her instincts. We all know this can be hard to do, so here we talk about how to make those decisions easier. The 51% theory is something that I learnt off Barack Obama at a talk we both did in Brazil. It comes down to if we are always looking for 100% of the facts, data and certainty to get our decisions over the line, it leads to huge procrastination and time-wasting. Getting to that 51% is a much more efficient system, and it reassures us that it will be the right decision to make.

    Listen to the full episode here - https://g2ul0.app.link/6bwLmjTyppb

    Rochelle - https://twitter.com/rochellehumes?lang=en

    https://www.instagram.com/rochellehumes/

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  • Lilly Singh is one of the biggest influencers on the planet who was the first woman of colour to have a syndicated talk show on network television, but after it was abruptly cancelled she’s had to start from scratch on what she wants to do and where she’s going.

    With over 14 million youtube subscribers and over 11 million instagram followers, the world has always had a keen interest in Lilly’s story. She’s an incredible person who builds from her strong foundation of values, and has had to think increasingly more about what exactly those values are.

    This is also the first instalment of The Diary of a CEO: USA, as I caught up with Lilly in California. Over the coming weeks and months, you will get to see some incredible conversations with guests the likes of which we’ve never seen before. Bringing more value, more incredible stories, and more world-beating expertise. Get ready, because this is going to be an unbelievable journey.

    Early Years - Having to prove I was worthy The reason for starting Youtube What helps you when you’re going through pain The skill that made you different Why are you wired to be disrupted? Do you think you are enough? Advice when stuck at a crossroad Your late-night talk show The impact the criticism had on you What happened after your show got canceled What makes up the foundation of your life Panic attacks, meditation, and breath works Struggling to form friendships What does success mean to you? Relationships and expectations What's the hardest question you could be asked? The last guest question

    Lilly:

    https://www.instagram.com/lilly/

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfm4y4rHF5HGrSr-qbvOwOg

    Lilly’s book:

    https://www.amazon.com/Be-Triangle-Being-Getting-Shape/

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  • Craig David is a singer and DJ who has sold over 15 million records worldwide. With over 20 years in the music industry, he is one of the world’s best-known singers.

    But when he found his career falling away beneath him, Craig had to reinvent himself. Coming back with the incredibly popular TS5, Craig has risen to the top, fallen back and then rebuilt himself back to exactly where he left off.

    Nothing reveals the truth about yourself more than having it all and (most of it) being taken away. Craig had to dig deep and express what was true to himself, but first he had to find out what that meant.

    Topics:

    Your early years Your model of relationships Growing up on a council estate  Your early music influences Your rise in music How were you dealing with your meteoric rise?  Losing yourself  Your mental health journey Being back and in a better place The last guests question

    Craig: 

    https://www.instagram.com/craigdavid/

    https://mobile.twitter.com/craigdavid

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  • In these ‘Moment’ episodes of my podcast, I’ll be selecting my favourite moments from previous episodes of The Diary Of A CEO. 

    Johann Hari, is the man behind multiple bestselling books speculating on depression, anxiety, happiness, and loneliness. In this clip, we talk about the important role spending time reading plays in our lives. 

    We are so absorbed in the information that we see across social media because of the short and fast forms they are presented to us in. Whether that’s twitter posts or Instagram captions, the medium of these messages make us impatient when it comes to reading a book. Johann calls it screen inferiority which diminishes our ability to retain information. 

    He explains that instead of skimming (or scrolling) across loads of things, we need to take a bit of time to think about one thing. Slowing down, looking at one bit and spending time thinking about what you are actually reading is how we are going to increase our engagement.

    Listen to the full episode here - https://g2ul0.app.link/9vzo9qSXdpb

    Johann - https://twitter.com/johannhari101?lang=en

    https://www.instagram.com/johann.hari/

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  • Lewis is the host of The School of Greatness podcast and the author of The Mask of Masculinity. An icon of American self-development, Lewis’ podcast has been downloaded hundreds of millions of times, and helped hundreds of millions of people.

    But the first person Lewis had to help is himself. Someone who always ran towards things that made him feel safe, whether that be towards working out, towards the need to get girls to like him, or away from his trauma.

    But an outside injury, and a reckoning with his inside trauma, meant Lewis had to start from zero. What strikes me about Lewis is someone who’s come so far after his life was turned upside down. When his world was spinning around, Lewis saw the way forwards.

    Topics:

    Healing my childhood trauma What were the dynamics with your parents? What was the impact of your dad’s accident on you? Importance of communicating with your parents Learning the art of emotional regulation / Allowing myself to be vulnerable changed my life Why I didn’t compromise my core values (and being honest in your relationships) The power of honesty in relationships Knowing your values and vision Balancing work and relationships Biggest killer of relationships Overcoming my fear of public speaking How do I find meaning and happiness? Why does helping people matter to you? Our last guest's question

    Lewis:

    https://twitter.com/LewisHowes

    https://www.instagram.com/lewishowes

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  • Karren Brady is a businesswoman, Vice Chairman of West Ham, a mainstay on BBC One’s The Apprentice for many years, and at the age of 23 became the youngest person to run a publicly traded company when she was put in charge of Birmingham City Football Club.

    Not only was she the youngest person running a football club, but she was also one of the first women to be leaders in the industry. It is hard to imagine not only being one of the youngest people at the club you’re running, but one of the only women too.

    What has underlined these advances is incredible energy, dedication and drive. For Karren, breaking glass ceilings and being a first to do things is reachable for everyone, it just means working twice as hard as everyone else.

    Early years How independence led me to success What made you stand out? What was the skill that made you stand out? My first big deal What was different about you? Importance of being candid in business Democracy within your business Running West Ham United F.C Do emotions compromise your decisions Should clubs be more transparent? Work and life balance Sexism in football and the workplace Your relationships Is there a need to maintain desire? Have you experienced anxiety? Feminism & your milestones What's your advice to young women

    Karren:

    https://twitter.com/karren_brady

    https://www.instagram.com/karren_brady_official

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  • In these ‘Moment’ episodes of my podcast, I’ll be selecting my favourite moments from previous episodes of The Diary Of A CEO.

    Fearne Cotton is an author, presenter and podcast host with a goal to help all of her listeners find their own happy place. In this clip, we talk about one section of her book that hones in on the idea of being more self-compassionate. It's something I’ve spoken about a lot, talking about this voice inside our heads that talks to us. What Fearne says here is that we need to choose what we listen to, and what we focus on.

    We need to focus on the stuff that we like about ourselves and the things that we really want to celebrate. It’s a matter of where we put our attention and focus, and that is a hard practical discipline that we need to work on. It’s so important that we learn to become more self-compassionate. I hope listening to Fearne’s episode will move you in the right direction.

    Listen to the full episode here - https://g2ul0.app.link/OrX6sjtZEob

    Fearne - https://www.instagram.com/fearnecotton/channel/

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  • Wretch 32 is a British rapper and the co-founder of Green Machine, a company that specialises in CBD products. One of the leading rappers of his generation, he is noted for his especially personal lyrics that movingly convey his making a better life for himself, as well as his relationship with those around him, especially his mother.

    With every line and every bar he wrote, Wretch pulled his way out of his Tottenham estate and the circumstances he was born into. Growing up surrounded by gang conflict, Wretch has had to navigate right and wrong in a world that sometimes seemed upside down.

    But what’s fascinating about Wretch is he didn’t move away or let success lead him into a new life. Instead, he stayed in Tottenham. Because he didn’t want success to change him, who his people were, and what was important to him.

    Topics:

    Your Early Years Your beginnings as an artist How did you know you were going to succeed? How did it feel to reach your dream? Rap culture and materialism Staying true to yourself Impact of media pressure Imposter Syndrome Your CBD business Working with Def Jam Recordings Your relationships The modern music industry Influences Our last guest's question

    Wretch:

    https://www.instagram.com/officialwretch32/

    https://twitter.com/wretch32

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  • Jonny Wilkinson is one of the most famous rugby players of all time. With a career spanning two decades, he has won the rugby World Cup, the Premiership, the Heineken Cup, the Six Nations, and the Top 14.

    For all those years, people didn’t really know what drove Jonny. Because when he was playing rugby, Jonny never felt good enough. Even the highest achievements in the sport would hold back his insecurities for only a few minutes.

    The journey of how he was able to break this toxic cycle and appreciate himself and the world around him to the full is one of the most inspiring stories we’ve ever heard. Jonny’s own podcast, I Am, is available for download now.

    Topics:

    What shaped you into who you are Going in search of your identity Is your mindset now conducive of a world cup champion Your mental health after the World Cup drop goal How does someone become all they can be Was winning the World Cup really your goal? What impact has being open and honest had on your life? Your mental health journey Are you happy? Your partner Your drink - Number 1 Living Being introspective The last guest question

    Jonny:

    https://twitter.com/JonnyWilkinson

    https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/i-am-with-jonny-wilkinson/

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  • In these ‘Moment’ episodes of my podcast, I’ll be selecting my favourite moments from previous episodes of The Diary Of A CEO.

    In this moment, Jordan Peterson tells us all about the importance of struggle. Presenting his controversial view, he says that we aren't born with our virtues, they're rather forged in adversity. Because it isn’t the destination, it's the journey that takes us there.

    What people don't know about Jordan is that he's from a small town, in an oil town where alcoholism is very prevalent. Out of this Jordan had to find himself, forge himself.

    The values he lives by today, the vow he took with his wife never to lie to her, the desire to conduct himself with integrity in all his actions, aren't abstract concepts, they're hard taught lessons.

    Listen to the full episode here - https://g2ul0.app.link/pVhukOYjQob

    Jordan - https://twitter.com/jordanbpeterson?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor

    https://www.jordanbpeterson.com

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  • Daniel Pink is the best-selling author of books that show the hidden ways to motivate yourself and those around you. He’s the man behind Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us, When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing, To Sell Is Human and Free Agent Nation. His new book is all about The Power of Regret.

    Daniel was still in his 20s when he’d risen to be the chief speechwriter to the Vice President of the United States, but he walked away from it all with no idea what he wanted to do next. He decided to bring his wisdom to all of us with his best-selling books.

    Do you think regret is bad? Wrong. In his new book, Daniel shows how we all need regrets in our lives to guide us through how to bounce back from our mistakes, as well as appreciate our highs. This unconventional view might prove to be exactly what you need.

    Topics:

    Where do your skills come from? How to be consistently motivated Manifestation How to keep people motivated How to fuel purpose The skill of sales The secret to pitching The type of sleeper you are The Power of Regret Counterfactual Thinking Me & Daniel: Sharing our regrets The power of experimentation and failure The last guest’s question

    Daniel:

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Power-Regret-Looking-Backward-Forward

    https://twitter.com/DanielPink

    https://www.instagram.com/danielpink

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  • Rangan Chatterjee is the host of the Feel Better, Live More podcast, author of The Four Pillar Plan and Feel Better in 5, host of BBC One’s Doctor in the House, and a doctor unlike any you have heard or seen before.

    Because what Rangan cares about is an all-encompassing concept of your health, not just if you are well. Disillusioned with the priorities of medicine and the healthcare industry, Rangan struck out on his own to to try ways not just to make you feel better, but be the healthiest version of yourself.

    Rangan’s new book is Happy Mind, Happy Life, where he opens up about the defining moments in his journey like never before.

    Topics:

    Your early years What invalidated you when you were younger? How do you find what you actually want in life? What happiness really is - The three core pillars Hoe does one build self awareness How changing your perspective makes you happier Being a victim Taking time to reflect Morning routines The importance of sleep The moment your child became ill What is your mission now? The dangers of being lonely The last guests question

    Rangan:

    https://drchatterjee.com/

    https://www.instagram.com/drchatterjee/

    https://drchatterjee.com/\

    Rangan’s book:

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Happy-Mind-Life-Simple-Great/

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  • In these ‘Moment’ episodes of my podcast, I’ll be selecting my favourite moments from previous episodes of The Diary Of A CEO.
    This week, I want to bring back to you a section from this incredible conversation I had with Stephanie Romiszewski, an experienced sleep physiologist and expert in developing bespoke treatment plans for sleep problems. Here we discuss the common misconceptions many people have about sleep, including the much perceived importance of getting those 7 or 8 hours of sleep a night. Her main piece of advice denotes that perfection is the enemy of the good; dictating our bedtime is the worst thing we can do to ourselves, and instead we should focus on the quality over the quantity of sleep and never expect to get that solid 8 hours that we have all been told to get. 
    Finding a reasonable sleep routine, and maintaining it will allow our bodies to regulate and rest, which will eventually train the brain to use our sleep window as a sleep opportunity. Such an overload of misconceptions can go wrong, and cause even more panic for people who have become crippled by their sleep patterns. We often forget how efficient our bodies are, so we need to stop worrying about sleep debt and instead focus on a good routine.Listen to the full episode here - https://g2ul0.app.link/OrX6sjtZEob
    Stephanie- https://twitter.com/sleepyclinic
    https://sleepyheadclinic.co.uk/stephanie-romiszewski-sleep-expert/
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  • Diplo is a DJ and music producer, who as well as being one of the biggest solo DJs in the world, is one half of Major Lazer and Silk City. His new album ‘Diplo’ is out now.

    But when Diplo was growing up in the deep American south, the music world seemed a million miles away. A journey to expand his horizons and connect with new types of people and music would take him to Brazil, Japan, Jamaica and many, many more places.

    DJs like Diplo are in the business of creating unforgettable moments and experiences for their audience, but what is it like to live those moments nearly every day, every time in a new city, every time in a new way?

    Topics:

    Your early years What drove you to follow your passion? Faking being a DJ How travel and culture shaped your music How do you anticipate a hit record? Whats been the cost of your obsession? Your journey with mental health Your family How do you handle the highs and lows? Your new album Balancing relationships and being on the road Our last guest question

    Diplo:

    https://www.instagram.com/diplo/

    https://open.spotify.com/album/2Lm2otWdTB4ChDfvbRXHIu

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  • Jaackmate is the host of the popular Happy Hour podcast and a youtuber with over one million subscribers. From humble beginnings in Norwich to one of the largest internet personalties working in Britain today, Jack has had a hell of a ride.

    But more thought goes into Jack’s comedy and its targets than you might think. Because Jack doesn’t just mock anyone, but is always interrogating himself as to whether he’s mocking the right targets, and whether there’s a sufficient ‘why?’ to everything he does.

    His ride to the top hasn’t been easy either, and Jack has had to overcome challenges he never expected along the way. From anxiety to dealing with criticism, Jack gives us the truth about inventing, and then reinventing, yourself on the internet.

    Topics:

    Your early years Your fake Youtube persona Your YouTube journey and losing motivation Does money buy happiness Imposter syndrome Why stopped posting on Youtube Have you ever thought about the person on the other side of your criticism? Happy Hour Podcast Health Anxiety Your partner Whats the reason you’re sitting here today? The last guests question

    Jack: 

    https://twitter.com/Jaack?s=20&t=vmSg7Y60pTpQcFOWvrd8mg

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0BjnjltT8FEZyN3Iw5mN0Q  

    The rapper NF that Jack Refers to https://www.youtube.com/c/NFrealmusicvideos/videos

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  • In these ‘Moment’ episodes of my podcast, I’ll be selecting my favourite moments from previous episodes of The Diary Of A CEO.

    In this one, I’m taking a section from Steve Peters, a doctor, psychiatrist, professor and mental coach for the world's top athletes and business leaders. Here he shares his wisdom about how we can form healthy habits and ways in which to maintain them. He explains that habits can be formed both consciously, based on our belief system, and unconsciously, the ones we aren’t knowingly thinking about. When we look to battle those good habits from the bad, it is not straightforward, and they need to be subdivided. 

    Steve is the author of “The Chimp Paradox”, which has sold millions of copies worldwide and put forward the groundbreaking ‘Chimp model’ for understanding how our brains work. The model focuses on the 3 parts of the brain and he talks briefly about one of them here. The ‘Chimp’ which is our desire to be irrational, emotional, impulsive and short-term. Basing habits on our beliefs and experiences is letting the Chimp make those decisions, and sometimes we need to connect the other parts of our brain; the ‘Human’ and the ‘Computer’ to manage and control the interaction they have with habits.

    Listen to the full episode here - https://g2ul0.app.link/wyvTqTz7sob

    Steve - https://chimpmanagement.com/professor-steve-peters/

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