James Withey: Brand Architecture--Five tips for rationalizing your portfolio in 2021
In this episode, our Executive Director, EMEA James Withey reads, "Brand Architecture: Five tips for rationalizing your portfolio in 2021." Originally published on SiegelGale.com, James shares five ways to help ensure that an exercise in brand rationalization drives the desired efficiencies, while allowing you to continue strengthening those brands that made the cut.
James Withey—Can We Really Tell Depression to ‘Jog On’?
Please review us on Apple Podcasts and help others find this interview. Watch this interview on YouTube MIND SHIFT FORUM 2021Walk the talk of mental health and build positive wellbeing mindsets this year. Get a free monthly, practical email challenge (including monthly live video calls) building positive mental habits and attitudes to live well in 2021.Sign Up to Mind Shift Forum 2021 MENTALITYCheck out Peter's video course, Mentality. It gives you the need-to-know essentials of mental health in 1 hour. Learn how to spot the signs and take action at www.mentality.work James Withey James Withey is author of the bestselling book How to Tell Depression to P*** Off, published by Little, Brown in 2020. He is currently writing the follow up, How to Tell Anxiety to S** Off. James lives with recurrent depression and anxiety. www.jameswithey.com Find Help & Support Samaritans - Need support? Call 116 123 for free Shout - Text 'Shout' to 85258. There for you 24/7. Hub of Hope Hosted by Peter Larkum, Mentality Meets is an online conversation with mental health advocates and experts as we explore stories and strategies on how to change the culture of mental health in the workplace. Recorded live on 11th February 2021. Mentality Meets is part of Peter’s mental health initiative Mind Shift Forum 2021.
Gay author based in Brighton & Hove, UK, James Withey joins us to talk about his collection of mental health books. James' latest book 'How To Tell Depression To Piss Off' is due for release in January 2021.James has been a mental health counsellor himself with 20 years of public speaking experience, as well as taking on his own battles with mental illness.
Al Interviews James Withey | Former Therapist, Mental Health Advocate, Public Speaker & Author
The Depression Files
In this episode, Al interviews James Withey, former therapist, mental health advocate, public speaker, and author (recorded 6-18-20). James shares the challenges of losing his father at age five and knowing he was gay at the young age of eleven or twelve, yet keeping those feelings hidden until age eighteen. James very candidly describes his battle with anxiety, panic attacks, anorexia and depression. Multiple suicide attempts and hospitalizations, James still has a safety plan in place that includes a daily check-in with his husband. James is the co-creator and editor of The Recovery Letters: Addressed to People Experiencing Depression. He is also the author of How to Tell Depression to Piss Off: 40 Ways to Get Your Life Back. You can find out more about The Recovery Letters project and read letters that may not be included in his book at therecoveryletters.com. You can find out more about James on his website at jameswithey.com. Finally, you'll find James tweeting @jameswwithey and @RecoveryLetters. If you have listened and feel that you have received some value from the podcast, please consider supporting the show by becoming a Patron at patreon.com/thedepressionfiles. You can begin to support the show with as little as $1.00/month! In addition to The Depression Files podcast, you can find Al's blog at TheDepressionFiles.com. There, you can also find out how to work with Al as a coach or schedule him for a public speaking event. You will also find Al on Twitter @allevin18.
Freelance Feels with James Withey: Author of 'How to tell depression to p*ss off' and founder of The Recovery Letters
Freelance Feels: The podcast for humans who work for themselves
Welcome to Freelance Feels, the podcast for humans who work for themselves. This episode I speak to James Withey, founder of mental health project The Recovery Letters, and author of new book How to Tell Depression to Piss off. He shares how he moved from working in addiction as a counsellor to writing, and how being a freelancer has actually helped with balancing mental health challenges. James has amazing advice from personal experience in mental health services and his own journey for those of us who struggle with the highs and lows of freelance life, and he also talks about self-praise, celebrating the ‘little wins’ and why he likes to wear unusual socks. This was recorded in June 2020
Left of Str8 Radio 7-11-20: VFC 2.0 with special Guest James Withey
Left of Straight Radio
Left of Str8 Radio, Saturday, July 11 11am: VFC 2.0 This Saturday, we're featuring author and advocate James Withey.Welcome to "Voices for Change 2.0" Co-Host's Rebecca and Joe Lombardo have been happily married for 15 years. At age 19, Rebecca was diagnosed with bipolar disorder and struggles with mental illness daily. In 2013, she survived a suicide attempt. As she recovered, she started a blog detailing her struggles. Eventually that blog was turned into a book called It’s Not Your Journey and is now available on Amazon.comPlease subscribe to Left of Str8 Radio right here on Blog Talk Radio by clicking on the pink box on the top right and you will get notifications when any new episodes are available on the Left of Str8 Radio Network. We appreciate your support.If you would like to advertise on any or all of our shows on the Left of Str8 Radio Network, contact Scott for great deals and low cost ads that will reach 1,000's of targeted customers. Email us at Scott@leftofstr8.comAll Music played on ANY program on the Left of Str8 Radio Network has been provided and licensed directly with written permission from the artist or producer. Documentation is on file at the Left of Str8 Radio Studio in Youngstown, Ohio.
This month’s podcast is extra deep. Recorded mid-lockdown, Andy chats to James Withey about depression, suicidal tendencies, over-thinking and faulty society. As always, Andy manages to bring some enlightenment to a very dark subject
Rebecca Peyton, James Withey and Jonny and the Baptists
The Stay at Home Festival
Join us live every day at 10am for chat, conversation, comedy, music and more. Hosts Robin Ince and Josie Long welcome a huge range of big name guests to their own couches in their own homes. Today’s guests are Rebecca Peyton, James Withey and Jonny and the Baptists. While The Stay at Home Festival is free to watch please do consider dropping a tip in the bucket at cosmicshambles.com/stayathome All profits will go to supporting acts, artists and venues who have lost all income during this pandemic. If you’d like to directly support what we do at the Cosmic Shambles Network visit patreon.com/cosmicshambles