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Episode 216: Questions About Business from Real Entrepreneurs with Coach Ross Temple

By Adam Stott | July 22, 2021 | 0 Comments

In our Birmingham leg of the recently concluded The Business Machine Business Coaching Event, Big Business Events Founder Adam Stott and Big Business Events head coach Ross Temple answered questions from participants who attended the 3-day event. Business owners took turns in asking the hard and real questions that can…

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Episode 215: Conquering The World Through Dancing with Neil Jones

By Adam Stott | July 8, 2021 | 0 Comments

Learning how to dance at an early age, Neil Jones went on to make dancing his career. Determined to become the World Champion, Neil had to persevere and make sacrifices which helped develop his attitude and mentality that later became beneficial to his success. Approaching what others may call the…

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Episode 214: World Class Basics with Ollie Phillips

By Adam Stott | July 1, 2021 | 1 Comment

After retiring as a professional Rugby player and being in the field for 12 years, Ollie Phillips went on to run his own business and worked as a Director of PwC. Transitioning from the sport of Rugby to corporate, Ollie struggled to navigate the new lifestyle for the first couple…

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Episode 213: Changing The Way Our Children Eat with Annabel Karmel MBE

By Adam Stott | June 11, 2021 | 0 Comments

After a tragic experience as a mother and going through the difficulties of child feeding, Annabel Karmel found meaning in her life, realizing she wanted to work with children. Wanting to give a legacy, Annabel published the first book that marked the start of her career. Determined to learn all…

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Episode 212: Quality Matchmaking with Paul C. Brunson

By Adam Stott | June 1, 2021 | 0 Comments

Growing up in New York and immersed with the rap culture and culture, Paul C. Brunson understood how his favorite hip-hop artists do business at an early age. While building his business portfolio and working for his charity, Paul C. Brunson came across an idea that seems crazy for people…

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Episode 211: Doing The Most with The Least with Tim Campbell MBE

By Adam Stott | May 27, 2021 | 0 Comments

Tim Campbell MBE’s career wasn’t as explosive before appearing in The Apprentice’s first season. However, what’s impressive is that his passion to help people was already there even before, working with the London Underground. His passion brought him into working with PM Boris Johnson, then Mayor of the City of…

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Episode 210: Getting Into The Client’s Perspective with Joanna Swash

By Adam Stott | May 13, 2021 | 0 Comments

Starting her career in sales, Joanna Swash became CEO of Moneypenny to bring its growth on its full potential. Joanna knows what needs to be done and that is getting into the perspective of their clients and giving service that’s unique to each of their clients. In this episode, Adam…

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Episode 209: Having A Bigger Desire for Gain Than Fear with James Constantinou

By Adam Stott | May 6, 2021 | 0 Comments

The desire for gain should be bigger than your fear. That’s how James Constantinou sums up his journey to becoming the star of Channel 4’s “Posh Pawn”. A self-confessed journeyman, James went from selling cars to traveling overseas and importing products back to the UK to try and make a…

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Episode 208: Getting Off The Tools and Run The Business with Charles Mullins OBE

By Adam Stott | April 29, 2021 | 1 Comment

Quitting school may not be beneficial to everybody unless, perhaps, you’re Charles Mullins OBE. Started dreaming about becoming a plumber at an early age, Charles Mullins OBE had the drive and competitiveness to create one of the most recognized brands in the UK. While he admits, jokingly, that quitting school…

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Episode 207: Giving Back to the Community as a Business with Dominic Hare

By Adam Stott | April 22, 2021 | 0 Comments

Tourism can be a lifeblood especially if the town is in the countryside. It can provide income not only for the business owners, but for it’s people as well. This is the guiding principle being employed by Dominic Hare, CEO of Blenheim Palace, wherein growing the business is as important…

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