I recently had the pleasure of meeting and chatting to Farnoosh Brock, the uber-prolific blogger and businesswoman behind Prolific Living and the author of The Healthy Smoothie Bible (just published this year) and The Healthy Juicer’s Bible, (which sold 30,000 copies last year!).
Farnoosh and her husband and business partner Andy live in the US but were visiting Edinburgh as part of a trip to Europe, so we met in the busy BrewLab coffee shop (on a rather dreich day).
Farnoosh shares tips on how to give yourself a complete health overhaul starting from ten minutes a day and the difference between smoothies and juicing.
Not only that but she explains how she juggles running four websites and a number of online courses helping people get promoted or change careers as well as keeping fit and healthy.
Oh yes, and she shares her fascinating background including moving to the US from Iran and the fact she can speak Turkish, English and German. I think you’ll agree that Farnoosh is one impressive lady.
Listen below/after the jump, or at SoundCloud.
I was delighted to be invited to take part in an interview for Radio Enso, a fantastic podcast by Gregory Berg, who I met in Portland at WDS 2012 and who lives in San Diego.
Greg is a true gent, asks fantastic questions and once you hear his voice I think you’ll agree he was born to be a radio host. In fact he recently celebrated 130 episodes, three years on the air and 200,000 listens overall!
We talked about some of my favourite topics, which it turns out are also close to Greg’s heart – meditation, masculinity, music and the DIY ethos, and making a living from creative work for clients whilst also juggling personal projects.
This week I attended a conference about self-employment and small business in Glasgow and got a little bit excited about Apple’s new software announcements.
In the meantime, here’s another five podcasts for you (embedded below) and here’s the full playlist for the last week on SoundCloud.
Wow. That’s May over then. And with it, my successful attempt to record a podcast 5 days a week. At least, I think the numbers work out pretty much ok, as I’ve recorded 22 podcasts over 31 days.
I don’t care anyway as I’m happy with what I’ve managed to do, especially given that I am still working my way out from under a large rock of underwhelmitis.
So here you go – the fourth week of micro-podcasts – thanks to everyone who’s listened, commented or shared – it is very much appreciated.