Thom Flashman has worked within the fine watch and jewellery industry for over 10 years and currently works as a pawnbroker. Advising people on buying, selling and loaning against their luxury goods in the Surrey area.

Thom is passionate about quality products and is here with Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen to discuss the Business of Fine Watches and Jewellery…

Timothy Holt is an artist, curator and director, commonly labelling himself as a “Technical Sculptor”.

Often incorporating the audience, his artwork concentrates upon the transformation of readily available objects to create interactive sculptures and installations. His playful nature of naturally manipulating these objects highlights a connection to everyday life.

Timothy has also created a start-up business from his experience in the arts, from freelance art exhibitions, to work opportunities in the industry.

Through this business Timothy supports upcoming artists with guidance along with selling their work online and through pop-up exhibition events.

Starting while in college, Tal Zlotnitsky has founded or co-founded five successful companies over a career of nearly 30 years. 

In March 2021, in order to start Our.Love, Tal stepped down as CEO of his latest startup, iControl Data – now a leading B2B payments provider which handles billions of dollars in financial transactions and is backed by Goldman Sachs among other investors. 

Tal chose to launch Our.Love not because he is an expert on love, but because he has proven repeatedly that he can inspire brilliant people to come together to achieve audacious things.

Tal joins Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen to discuss the business of relationships…

Tawn Williams, Founder and Chief Illumination Officer of Anaya Wellness, has over 19 years of corporate experience, and has utilized her learnings as an energy healer, meditation teacher, and medium to help leaders find a way to guide their businesses in a heart-led way.

With a global team of instructors and a recently launched wellness portal open to the general population, Tawn aspires to disrupt the way the corporate world is viewed, shifting to a people first, not bottom-line centric mentality and is here with Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen to discuss the Business of Corporate Connection…

A year ago Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen introduced you to musician and DJ Chris Rotherham, who writes and performs with the band Captain Flatcap, on the Business of Being a Modern DJ.

​​Captain Flatcap is a multi-genre, instrumental Electronic Dance three piece band who have worked with some huge names in the industry, in particular within the electro swing scene.

Since covid shut much of the live music scene down, and with a background in radio production and presenting, Chris has been busy producing his own Live Streams & Podcasts, to support and run alongside his work as a musician.

Here he joins Wizzi to discuss the Business of the Side Hustle…

Lei Wang completed the Explorer’s Grand Slam and has been a sought-after international, motivational speaker since 2010. She has inspired people across the world to dream big and achieve fulfilling working lives.

Today, as a business and development coach, Lei helps leaders accelerate their careers to new heights with ease and grace, lead their organizations to make a bigger impact, and connect deeper with the communities they serve.

Lei is here with Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen to discuss the Business of Leadership Development…

In February 2021 Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen introduced you to Alexander Seaton, a chef, chocolatier and, at the time, a trainee tree surgeon. Alexander completed his training and launched his business shortly after and set to work on an exciting new career.

Unfortunately a couple of months ago Alexander sustained a serious injury at work and has been out of action and in recovery for the past couple of months. As an outdoorsy type and highly active individual this has been a challenging time for him.

Shortly before Alexander broke his leg in three places his wife gave birth to their daughter, Aurora, and Alexander joins Wizzi to discuss the Business of Injury Recovery…

Elliott Brown is the inventor of the NUM Protocol and founder of NUM Technology, which is the company behind a newly launched service called CompanyDirectory.

Providing company details almost instantly, free of charge, Company Directory and can be accessed via a web browser, text message or WhatsApp message and the technology behind the service is being hailed as a step change in how data can be delivered online.

Elliott’s passion is to make access to data unlimited, unrestricted and free for everyone and he is here with Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen to discuss the Business of Taking Back Control of the Internet…

Darren Ayres has worked in mental health for 22 years both within Acute and Community settings. His specialist employment service The Richmond Fellowship is commissioned by NHS England to support people with mental ill health both into paid employment and to help retain employment if things become challenging.

Darren has a passion for early intervention and prevention, and is a firm believer in building a positive and progressive structure into people’s lives as the recovery tool to improve symptoms and reduce admission into hospital.

Last February Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen introduced Connections Radio listeners to Darren and today he is joining Wizzi again to recap on what The Richmond Fellowship and his work is all about and catch up on what’s been happening for him and the charity this past year.

Neil McKinlay is an embodied meditation teacher with over thirty years experience with these teachings and practices.

Reflecting his interest in how meditation enriches and is enriched by our everyday lives, he runs two online communities and hosts the ‘Bringing Meditation to Life’ podcast.

He lives and works in Victoria, British Columbia with his wife and daughter and is here with Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen to discuss the Business of Meditation…