August 2021

The Business of Freelancing with Emma Cossey from Freelance Lifestyle

Emma Cossey is a coach for freelancers with over 12 years’ freelancing experience under her belt.

She started the hugely popular Freelance Lifestylers group on Facebook and on The Business of Freelancing chats to Louisa “Wizzi’ Magnussen about the challenges of this way of working and her top freelancing tips. 

The Business of High Performance Sport with Jan McGinity from RCM – Rugby Coach Management

Jan McGinity has a demonstrated history of success in the Sports industry, with nearly 20 years’ experience in Rugby Union and is the Founder of RCM – Rugby Coach Management.

On the Business of High Performance Sport Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen chats to Jan about the sports industry, the challenges currently facing it and his inspirational career journey.

The Business of Community with Stuart Alexander from Big Mouth, Guildford

Stuart Alexander has been named a pioneering ‘Guerrilla Marketer’ who promotes local businesses and causes through his initiative Big Mouth, Guildford, based in Surrey.

A key member of the Guildford community, Stuart has run businesses, volunteered, slept on the streets for charity and supported local independent businesses and charities. Find out all about Stuart’s community work and passions on the Business of Community.

The Business of Automotive Engineering with Laurence Reucroft

Laurence Reucroft is an automotive engineer specialising in vehicle exhaust and acoustic systems.

Hear about the challenges facing the automotive engineering industry, how the industry can and plans to reduce the environmental impact of vehicles and Laurence’s career journey to date as he chats to Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen on the Business of Automotive Engineering.

The Business of Substance Use Recovery with Kaya Mahdavieh

Kaya Mahdavieh

Kaya Mahdavieh is an associate clinical health practitioner in the field of health and social psychology, with a determination for co-facilitating project development of health and arts. In main employment, Kaya works across mental health and substance misuse with adults.

On The Business of Substance Use Recovery hear Kaya explain the connection between mental health and substance use as Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen leads an emotive interview. 

The Business of Immigration with Alena Maderova

Alena Maderova

Alena Maderova came to the UK from the Czech Republic in November 2017 and is currently in pre-settled status. From a small village in the North of the Czech Republic, Alena now lives in Surrey and works in hospitality.

Hear about how the immigration system works, the effect Brexit has had on immigration and more as Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen chats to Alena on The Business of Immigration.

The Business of Invisible Illness with Melony Hill from Stronger Than My Struggles

Melony Hill is the founder of Stronger Than My Struggles, a mission-based organization with a focus on mental health and wellness.

She has made it her mission to curate safe spaces to have hard conversations, especially in urban and under-served communities. Melony is a published author with eight books under her belt and has been featured in iconic TIME magazine.

In 2019 Melony launched the Crazy Like a Fox Tour, the first ever Black mental health awareness tour and she is here with Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen to discuss the Business of Invisible Illness.

The Business of Life Remixed with Mark Wilkinson

Mark Wilkinson is a multiple business owner, coach, speaker and now published author. Originally music was Mark’s life and full-time occupation, as an International house music DJ and record producer. He was resident DJ at the infamous Ministry of Sound in London, played music in 65 different countries and achieved a UK Top 10 hit.

At 33 years of age, Mark collapsed with an incurable disease and he is here with Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen today to discuss his book Life Remixed.

The Business of Emotional Literacy with Gill Seaton-Jardine from GSJ Counselling

Gill Seaton-Jardine is a Counsellor/Psychotherapist with over 20 years’ experience working with all ages, including young children.

During these years she wrote and presented a ten-week course on emotional literacy to pre school age children to help them understand theirs, and others, feelings and is here with Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen to discuss the Business of Emotional Literacy.