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12 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Nigel Marsh. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Nigel Marsh, often where they are interviewed.

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12 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Nigel Marsh. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Nigel Marsh, often where they are interviewed.

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Episode 7: Rays with Nigel Marsh

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Matt and Nigel Marsh (Marine Photographer and Author) swap stories of commonly seen creatures all over the world - Rays. Nigel explains the wonderful and diverse animals that are the Rays (which is inclusive of Skates, Guitarfish and Mantas).

Check out Nigel Marsh's books and photos at
https://www.nigelmarshphotography.com/

And the Ray Photography Facebook Group
https://www.facebook.com/groups/2372401179742264

Check out Matt Testoni's photography on Instagram
https://www.instagram.com/matt_testoni_photography/
or at
https://www.mtunderwatermedia.com

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Sep 16 2020 · 28mins
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Nigel Marsh - Stop Pretending Start Reflecting

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Best Selling Author, International Speaker and Host of the Five of My Life Podcast Nigel Marsh went from being corporately "upended" at 40 to then slide into a life of less pretending and more reflecting. In this episode, Nigel shares the importance of finding time for self-reflection, talking honestly, flicking off the "bullshit switch" and the reality that being honest and authentic doesn't always lead to a successful life in the corporate world.
May 20 2020 · 45mins
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My Favourite Tip: Nigel Marsh on why he responds to every single email

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My favourite tip from my chat with Nigel Marsh was about why he responds to every single email he receives.


You can find the full interview here.


If you are looking for more tips to improve the way you work, I write a short monthly newsletter that contains three cool things that I have discovered that help me work better, which range from interesting research findings through to gadgets I am loving. You can sign up for that at http://howiwork.co


Visit https://www.amanthaimber.com/podcast for full show notes from all episodes.


Get in touch at amantha@inventium.com.au

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Mar 09 2020 · 10mins
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What is balance? Vet Vault Quickie with Nigel Marsh

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We strive for that elusive 'work-life balance', but are you sure what exactly you're chasing? Nigel Marsh points us in the right direction in this week's quickie. 

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Mar 06 2020 · 6mins
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#14: Meaning vs balance, with work-life guru Nigel Marsh.

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I’ve been a big fan of guest for today’s episode ever since seeing him deliver a keynote speech at a big-ticket vet conference. I knew immediately that I wanted to hear more about what he had to say. His message resonated strongly with me personally, and with the entire audience of vets there that day. It’s a message that we here at the Vet Vault think will be very valuable to all of you, our listeners, so we were thrilled when he agreed to spend some time with us. 

Nigel Marsh is a Management consultant, communications specialist, author  and entrepreneur. 

He is best known for his creative pursuits. As well as the author of three books – Fat, Forty and Fired, Overworked and Underlaid  and Fit, Fifty and Fired-Up – he is also the co-founder of Earth Hour and the founder of the Sydney Skinny. Fat, Forty and Fired is currently being developed into a major TV series. He also has a hit podcast of his own called 'The Five Of My Life.'

The other side to Nigel’s career is his 30+ years experience in the commercial sector. Over that time Nigel has worked with a huge variety of organisations. From the highest profile (McDonalds, Canon, Pepsi, P&G, Virgin, Mars, Fiat, Colgate), to national governments and local enterprises. Whether dealing with big business issues or social engineering, Nigel has provided strategic counsel and impressive results in almost every category imaginable.

Highly in demand as a public speaker Nigel travels the globe regularly giving speeches to major corporations on both his business and personal views. His TED speech on work/life balance remains the most viewed ever given outside of America with well over four million hits. 

And this,  dear listeners, is why we are talking to Nigel on our veterinary podcast: because us vets are not always that great at finding that elusive work life balance. We’ve had some interesting discussions with other guests on this podcast on this topic: what is work life balance, does it even exist, and is it something that we should be pursuing?

So we’ve called in the big guns: please join us in this highly insightful discussion all about balance and finding meaning in your career with one of today's leading thinkers on the topic.


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Sep 20 2019 · 51mins
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Nigel Marsh on why you shouldn't take his advice - or anyone else's.

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My guest today is Nigel Marsh. Nigel is the host of the internationally acclaimed podcast Five of My Life, the author of three books – Fat, Forty and Fired, Overworked and Underlaid and Fit, Fifty and Fired-Up and he is also the co-founder of Earth Hour and the founder of the Sydney Skinny. His TED speech on work/life balance remains the most viewed ever given outside of America with well over four million hits.
And outside of all that, Nigel spent many years in some very senior corporate roles. And that is how I know Nigel - he was my CEO at advertising agency Leo Burnett, which was my last role before I started Inventium 12 years ago.
In this chat, we cover:
  • Nigel’s approach to giving great speeches
  • The three things that matter most when constructing a speech
  • How Nigel manages his nerves before presentations
  • Why Nigel doesn’t like giving people advice - and doesn’t like other people giving advice
  • The two skills required to be successful in corporate life
  • How Nigel came up with the idea for his Podcast, Five of My Life
  • How he prepares for his podcast and decides which guests to have on the show
  • Nigel’s approach to social media and email
Check out Nigel’s podcast Five of My Life and find out more about Nigel on his website.
Aug 14 2019 · 59mins
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Nigel Marsh on why you shouldn't take his advice - or anyone else's.

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My guest today is Nigel Marsh. Nigel is the host of the internationally acclaimed podcast Five of My Life, the author of three books – Fat, Forty and Fired, Overworked and Underlaid and Fit, Fifty and Fired-Up and he is also the co-founder of Earth Hour and the founder of the Sydney Skinny. His TED speech on work/life balance remains the most viewed ever given outside of America with well over four million hits.


And outside of all that, Nigel spent many years in some very senior corporate roles. And that is how I know Nigel - he was my CEO at advertising agency Leo Burnett, which was my last role before I started Inventium 12 years ago.


In this chat, we cover:

  • Nigel’s approach to giving great speeches
  • The three things that matter most when constructing a speech
  • How Nigel manages his nerves before presentations
  • Why Nigel doesn’t like giving people advice - and doesn’t like other people giving advice
  • The two skills required to be successful in corporate life
  • How Nigel came up with the idea for his Podcast, Five of My Life
  • How he prepares for his podcast and decides which guests to have on the show
  • Nigel’s approach to social media and email


Check out Nigel’s podcast Five of My Life and find out more about Nigel on his website.

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Aug 14 2019 · 59mins
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211: Nigel Marsh

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Nigel Marsh is an Author, Speaker, Body Image activist and the powerhouse behind “The Sydney Skinny” which is one of the largest organised skinny dips in the world, in an effort to promote body positivity and a healthier relationship with your self.

Nigel wrote the best selling book “Fat, Forty and Fired”, and has a brilliant outlook on life that will challenge whatever amount of comfort you have in your comfort zone, causing you to look at what it is you’re doing with your day, or even your life. He’s a very good salesman because after this chat, I signed up to his swim - even though I’m utterly terrified of being naked in public, even just shirtless in public - but if you sign up to the Sydney skinny, you’ll find me there. http://thesydneyskinny.com.au

Nigel has a brilliant Ted talk which is about work/life balance which I thoroughly recommend, link is https://www.ted.com/talks/nigel_marsh_how_to_make_work_life_balance_work.

We get deep on this one, and we even get into the talk about drinking - as Nigel and I both share the fact that we don’t drink.

This chat might challenge you - might challenge how you look at your work, your life, your body and maybe even your drinking.

That’s a lot to pack into a conversation - so let’s get to it.

Wherever you are right now, at home, at the gym, driving, in a plane, hiking, walking, running, gardening, kayaking, or any other kind of thing that you’re doing - thanks for having me, and enjoy this conversation with Nigel Marsh.

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Dec 10 2017 · 1hr 38mins
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Nigel Marsh: Redefining Success

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Nigel Marsh makes a very clear distinction difference between being “successful” and being “admirable”. Rather than having all our emphasis on financial measures, Nigel believes we should be celebrating more everyday things like being kind to other people and committing to loving relationships with our partners and children. He also points out that sometimes the best things in life are often when we don’t get what we want.

Nigel has been a leading CEO, is the co-founder of Earth Hour, the founder of the Sydney Skinny and author of three best selling books - Fat, Forty and Fired; Overworked and Underlaid; and Fit, Fifty and Fired-Up. His TED talk has been viewed nearly 3 million times and remains the most viewed ever talk given outside America. Nigel is a husband and father of four beautiful children.
May 15 2015 · 1hr 16mins
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