Gill Seaton-Jardine has over 20 years’ professional experience in adult, adolescent and child counselling and professional supervision and works  in schools alongside running her private practice, GSJ Counselling, based in Surrey. 

Gill has featured on The Business of… before where we discussed adult counselling and in another episode the emotional literacy programme she wrote for young children. Today she joins me again to discuss the Business of School Counselling…

Dr. Dawn Menge has been teaching students with severe cognitive delays for over twenty years, mentors & lectures graduate students and specialises in curriculum and instruction.

Dawn has won seventy International awards as the published author of the Queen Vernita’s Educational Series and Dragon’s Breath, including the Special Recognition Champion Award from Conquering Disabilities with Film, Best Written Word from Miracle Makers Film, Hollywood Dreams Film and International Author Boss Award from Power Conversations Magazine. 

Dawn has a PHD in Education, holds a Master’s and a Clear Credential in Moderate/Severe Disabilities and a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Development and joins Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen to discuss the Business of Special Education…

Aaron Whitfield is a skilled Youth and Family Development Specialist, Author, Motivational Speaker, Podcast Content Creator, Writer, and Consultant. 

Aaron has spent a lifetime creating positive change, inspiring others, and building meaningful relationships throughout his community. Having spent the past ten years as an educator, library professional, and youth development specialist, Aaron has invested his skills, talents, and passions directly into the lives of those he meets. 

He believes that each day is an opportunity to create a positive impact on the lives of others. Aaron is the owner of M.U.F.A.L.I, LLC., home to his internationally subscribed podcast, “The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert” and is here with Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen to discuss the business of Education and Youth Development…


Gill Jardine has a background in both education and counselling. Her qualifications include a BA in Psychology, a diploma in integrative counselling/psychotherapy and a PGCE (Post Graduate Certificate in Education).

It was whilst studying for her PGCE that Gill became particularly interested in the business of learning. It struck Gill just how much material is put out there by teachers, tutors, lecturers etc. and she found herself wondering how much of this material actually reached the learner and how much might be lost in the process.

Gill joins Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen to discuss The Business of Learning…

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…

Karina Dayrit is a certified yoga teacher and level 1 animal flow instructor. She has taught more than 5,000 classes with knowledge in Ashtanga-Vinyasa, Enhanced Hatha, Yoga Therapy, and Yin Yoga.

She loves incorporating different movement disciplines in her classes. Karina is currently undergoing a 1-year mentorship on Traditional Chinese Medicine tackling holistic health and wellness.

Apart from teaching her students, she is a freelance marketer and a singer-songwriter, under the name Karwa, based in Manila and is here with Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen to discuss The Business of Movement.

Since the start of 2021 James Pinnock has been focusing on launching SIGN – the so it goes network. The concept of which is to connect with ‘street communities’ in Manchester through the 4 C’s: compassion, creativity, communication and community.

SIGN have been working with two organisations in Manchester over the last 6 months – offering mindfulness sessions, educational workshops and one-on-one support / mentoring to help those without homes to get work.

James has appeared on the Business of before where he and Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen discussed mindfulness, meditation and being here now.

Now he’s back to discuss the Business of SIGN…

In the Business of Teaching Singing Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen interviews classically trained singer and Founder of Wardvox Vocal Coaching, Jennifer Ward, on the challenges her business has faced during the pandemic, the benefits of singing for the soul and the positive outcomes of her work as a music therapist, working with dementia patients amongst other groups.

Back in April Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen had the pleasure of introducing Rodney C Burris, an international speaker, youth advocate, professional development coach and published author from Baltimore on The Business of Motivational Speaking.

Now, six months on, Rodney is back to further discuss his work in unlocking human potential and inspiring organisations by discussing The Business of Communication.

Why is communication so important in business and how can organisations effectively communicate their message in the modern working landscape.