Season 2 Ep. 14 | Guy Oliver Harlem Globetrotter Talks Slam Dunks Going Viral, Love For Sports, Childhood & More!
Welcome back Younginz! Our special guest featured is "Guy Oliver", a member of the Harlem Globetrotters. Guy spoke about his personal journey, going viral, sticking with his dream of basketball and how that has opened doors for him. Tune in there's more! IG@ TwistedYounginz IG@ _meechie--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
He has worked on some of the most revered hotels in the world, from Claridges and The Connaught to The Standard in New York, but Guy Oliver started life very differently.As a closeted gay navy recruit interiors became his retreat, and his passion led him to apprentice in some very grand Scottish homes before taking over and rebranding the agency he now runs, Oliver Laws. Home Truths is a product of Livingetc, and hosted by Pip McCormac. This episode is sponsored by Harlequin. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Guy Oliver is an entrepreneur, hunter, mentor, and the definition of a hard worker. His journey from washing cars to building one of the most successful pool construction businesses in the region may be unconventional, but it's the epitome of what over twenty-five years of relentless grinding can get you. And while his business success is impressive, it may be his personal development that is the most inspirational. See some of his team's incredible work at gwoliver.com and follow GW Oliver Construction on Instagram @gwoliverconstruction
Guy Oliver and I talk about taking advantage of being a full time artist for a while and this period as a time of transition. We talk about his film, 'you know nothing of my work' commissioned by Jerwood Visual Arts and Film and Video Umbrella. We talk about sincerity, the band Lost Prophets and ideas of disgrace. We discuss Woody Allen, American dads, the author and ideas of betrayal and disappointment. We talk about slipping in provocative words, collage as a methodology, about poetry and rhyme and about Guy singing, even though he can't. We think on justice and when it fails. We talk about Guy learning to ride a bike and his insecurity at being an adult. We end on Parks and recreation and the adaptability of humans. Image: "You Know Nothing of my Work", HD Video, 2020 Links: Website - http://www.guyoliver.co.uk/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/guyjoliver/ Vimeo - https://vimeo.com/user7555362 Jerwood/FVU Award - https://www.jerwoodfvuawards.com/about-us/awards-editions/hindsight --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/emma-cousin/support
House Guest by Country & Town House | Interior Designer Interviews
Welcome to episode 66 of the House Guest podcast, where Country & Town House Magazine's Interiors Editor Carole Annett chats with experts from the world of interior design and decoration. This week's guest: Guy Oliver, MD of Oliver Laws http://www.oliverlaws.com www.countryandtownhouse.co.uk/culture/podcast/
Guy Oliver is a professional writer of more than 25 years. He is a blogger and the author of A Life That Mattered.He refers to himself as "just a regular guy" however his curiosity about life and his love for the written word makes him anything but regular.Contact info:email@example.com/GuyOliverSpeaks/
Guy L. Oliver is a professional writer of more than 25 years, an avocational blogger, published author, and father of three. He resides in Austin, Texas with his wife Heidi and his best friend Liesl.Guy wrote, A Life That Matters, about his son, Tim, and Guys journey after the death of his son.Even though Tim struggled with addiction and spent time in prison for those choices, he was working on repairing his life and the damaged relationships. This is why Guy says he grieved the "lost potential" of what their relationship could have been.Contact Informatione-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgBlog spot: http://www.guyoliverspeaks.com/Book purchase: http://www.guyoliverspeaks.com/a-life-that-mattered-1/Facebook: Guy Oliver