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I'm passionate about supporting working parents through whatever life throws at them. So in this podcast series, I chat to inspirational working parents and ask them to share their own, unique experiences of raising children alongside their careers. We talk about the struggles and the moments of joy and I hope, in each episode, there’s something that can bring you a bit more strength and positivity. Follow, listen and subscribe on all major platforms.
 
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Jamie Brownlee, PR Director and father of two, shares his experiences of lockdown fatherhood, finding balance and how becoming a parent changes our perspective on life forever! Would really appreciate you leaving a review, and follow and share from wherever you get your podcasts! Find out more about Jamie: https://www.linkedin.com/in/-brownlee-0041…
 
In 2020 Paul's childhood dream job was taken away from him when a major British airline collapsed at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. Rather than sitting around waiting for the situation to improve, he wanted to take control and use his skills to help others. He set up The Cockpit Method™ to do just that, initially focusing on helping frontline …
 
In this episode, Delphine shares her story of how the hamster wheel of life became unsustainable, especially with growing family commitments and a daughter who needed extra support. As with most of us, she assumed that a change of job, but not career was the solution. But redundancy gave her the impetus, and the buffer to look at something complete…
 
What's our purpose, our Why? Sue talks to me about her long and successful career, from corporate to self-employed consultant, while navigating bringing up three children, some of that time as a single mum. I love that she talked to her children about their values, from an early age and how her values are still so pivotal in the decisions she makes…
 
In this episode, Karen Taylor shares her journey, from corporate into starting her own business, Parent Cloud, supporting businesses to support their working parents. She saw a gap in the market where working parents like her were missing valuable support in all areas of parenting, from fertility to nutrition, career coaching to infant sleep. The P…
 
Scott Tharler is so honest and open about the tough decisions we all have to make when trying to keep relationships and family together. I'm so honoured he chose to share his story with me and I hope his candour gives others in similar situations the strength they need to make the right decisions for them. Find out more about Scott: www.linkedin.co…
 
Meet Daniel Spain, a working dad based in California, who talks candidly to me about anxiety, therapy and dealing with a high pressure career while raising a young family. The US story is really interesting listening for a UK audience. Get 25 mins in and there's a lovely interlude from Daniel's son, a perfect example of the reality of being a worki…
 
Mark Fielding, aka The Apocalypse Daddy, lives in the glorious Alps, with his French wife and his two bi-lingual children. During lockdown, Mark started to document family life and when it was so well received by family and friends, Apocalypse Daddy was born. It's evolving into an alternative lifestyle blog, covering everything the modern parent ne…
 
Rob did what so many of us are thinking of doing - he realised he was burnt out, realised that his family life was being compromised, so he took advantage of his redundancy and set up on his own. He set up Dads in Business to give fellow working fathers the support and space to share their challenges. He's campaigning to engage more employers as we…
 
Hayley shares her US perspective of being a working parent, which feels like a very different experience to the UK. She chats to me about how stay at home dads are still very much in the minority in her circle, how much sooner mums go back to work in the US, after childbirth and how her company, like many others, are embracing the work life balance…
 
In this episode, Cody and I discuss how building the foundations of a successful, balanced teenager starts in early childhood and it's our role as parents to create an environment where kids can flourish. What role does social media play in the the life of a modern teenager? How can we, as parents, empower our kids to be the best they can be and ca…
 
Emma founded Isabella & Us after her daughter was born, with a mission to support mums through the challenges we all face and often aren't prepared for. She candidly shares her experience of post-natal depression, of managing her business alongside her full time teaching career and about rediscovering your identity after you've had kids. Another in…
 
Lynsay is a Podcast & Business Coach with over 20 years experience as an award winning trainer, coach and mentor. She is the founder of the Podcasting for Business Awards which champions Indie podcasters from all over the world and is the host of the top ranking podcast, Podcasting for Business. In particular, Lynsay is passionate about getting mor…
 
In this fascinating episode, Carey and I talk about dealing with her son’s epilepsy and subsequent brain surgery, her passion for educating and coaching people around food and wellbeing and how we should all be confident to make changes in our lives, however difficult they might seem. An inspiring conversation with an amazing woman, if you enjoyed …
 
In this episode, Paul talks about supporting his son's mental health and wellbeing through a pandemic as well as how his connection with his daughter is changing as she starts her teenage years. We also share our experiences of how our respective upbringings reflect the way we parent. We talk about projecting our own values on to our children, walk…
 
I love this episode as Ian and I have a shared mission to support working parents, in his case stressed dads. We talk about how dads are still sidelined in the childcare equation, how easy it easy for men to be blindsided by everything they have to do and why he's so passionate about driving forward the gender equality conversation. His views on th…
 
Listen to this episode and you'll hear how Richard has taken the impact of the pandemic on his career, his kids and family in his stride and looked at the opportunities rather than the constraints. He's used the time to improve himself through study (Mini MBA with Mark Ritson) and to spend real quality time with his two boys, something which perhap…
 
Chatting to Nathan felt like being in the pub with an old friend. We talk about his journey from the corporate 9-5 to starting his own business, The Study Buddy, which helps teenagers and families with the overwhelm of coursework and exams. He also shares his experiences of parenthood, how he faced parental discrimination and how it's so important …
 
Recorded just before Chinese New Year 2021, Georgie, aka Chinese Chippy Girl, and I talk about Chinese culture, the beauty of mixed cultures and her pride at being a British Born Chinese. I also share more than I ever have on my background! Enjoy and please subscribe wherever you get your podcasts! Find out more about Georgie: www.instagram.com/chi…
 
Talking to Michael was inspirational. He's a genuinely down-to-earth Aussie bloke, whose life took a very different path to the one he expected, one that has seen him become a solo dad to the wonderful Charlie, an advocate for gender equality and a champion for parents everywhere. His story could have been very different, but clarity through crisis…
 
Alice is a wonderfully calm, insightful career coach, who specialises in coaching people in their 20s and 30s. She was my coach about 8 years ago and we've come full circle as she's now my coach again, except this time we both have children and I'm now a coach myself. So she inspired me all those years ago! In this episode, we talk about the pressu…
 
James Millar has two passions, aside from his family of course - politics and feminism. We cover as much of that as we can in 45 minutes, but there's definitely scope for a return visit! I love that he talks about the rights of fathers directly impacting the rights of mothers, as of course, the two are intrinsically linked. He's written two books, …
 
Anni talks to me about how collaborative childcare when her children were young made her working life possible, perhaps something we should be considering rather than reverting automatically to nurseries or childminders? We also talk about her great passion for lifting up other women, creating a supportive, empowering network where we can all flour…
 
So excited to have John Adams on this episode of The Parent Equation. John has been championing working parents for years, through his award-winning blog DadBlogUK and the accompanying podcast DadPodUK. He's also one of seven LinkedIn Changemakers tasked with changing the face of the modern workplace, his particular passion being pushing the agenda…
 
Welcome to Episode 9 of The Parent Equation, with me Ayesha Murray. In this episode, Lee Witherell shares his life stories with me, from bringing up 2 daughters (now well-rounded teenagers) alongside a very successful marketing career, as well as taking part in a record-breaking row across the Channel and becoming a qualified personal trainer. This…
 
Happy New Year and welcome back to The Parent Equation! In this episode, you'll hear Lisa’s story. It's one of tragedy, grief, hope and immense bravery and just shows how it’s so important for us to take control of whatever life throws at us. I really admired her strength and pragmatism and hope her latest transition from recruitment to interview c…
 
In this Interlude episode, I'm not joined by a guest but instead share my thoughts on self-compassion and how by being kind to ourselves builds resilience and confidence, never more needed as we leave behind a very tumultuous year. Remember to follow, like and share. Happy New Year! Find out more: www.ayeshamurray.com www.linkedin.com/in/ayeshamurr…
 
This episode of The Parent Equation sees me talking to Lee Houghton, a Business Improvement Coach who has found true balance in his life through three important life lessons shared with him by his late best friend. Lee is uplifting, passionate and full of energy. He's sure to bring a smile to your day, as he did for me when we recorded this episode…
 
Hannah Norris is 45, single and has been on an IVF journey for 6 years. She runs her own business and by her own admission, it's that responsibility that has kept her grounded during what has been an extremely gruelling and emotional process. In this episode, she shares her story and her experiences of IVF and egg donation both in the UK and abroad…
 
Sam is a specialist parenting coach who runs Assured Parenting, supporting parents who want to find what we all crave - a more harmonious household. It was great to hear her insights and experiences from someone who lives and breathes it every day. She also runs her business from home and talks about her journey from teaching in a classroom to coac…
 
In this episode, I chat to Julian Roberts, an Executive Leadership Coach. I had the pleasure of being on his podcast, Coaching Conversations, and am really glad I can reciprocate. I really admired his honesty and openness, something which we could all do with more of during these challenging times. His empathetic approach to parenting gave me some …
 
In this episode, I chat to Holly Roberts, an ex-pat Coach, currently living in Madrid with her young family. We met through our coaching network when she was living in Buenos Aires. Since then she's moved to Madrid, during a pandemic no less! She talks to me about using Clean Language to help her children manage change, how adapting to new cultures…
 
In this episode, I chat to Abby Mangold, working mum of two and founder of The Mangold Consultancy, a crisis communications agency. We talk about how she took the brave step from corporate life into running her own business, as well as how she makes time for herself and a certain love of 90s dance music (and there's nothing wrong with that!) If you…
 
I'm so excited to welcome you to my new podcast, The Parent Equation. In this series, I talk to inspirational working parents about their experiences of managing a career alongside raising a family. The ups, the downs, the challenges, the joys. I hope in each episode, there's something that will bring you a bit of strength and positivity. Follow, l…
 
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