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Please welcome UFC fighter, Alistair Overeem. Nicknamed, the Reem, his record is 36-11-1. At 6'5" and 256 lbs, this badass has graced the covers of multiple magazines, most recently UFC 360 and Fight Magazine. He has a popular web series and not too long ago traveled to Japan for an arm wrestling competition. Now re-vamped and ready, he takes on Antonio Bigfoot Silva who's record is 17-4-0 this Saturday at Mandalay Bay in Vegas. In an interview, Alistair says, "Bigfoot Silva
On The MYOB Show this week we discover our top 10 tips for successfully breaking into the TV, entertainment and media industries.A creative career is as hard to get into today as ever these days so today’s show is a must listen for all media students, drama and film students plus all other new comers to the business.Who’s on the show?Presenter: Dom O'Neill – MA and BA (Hon) Radio and media graduate with an 10 years experience working freelance in the UK broadcast industry is joined by…Guest: Nicki Nightingale - Nick has been prompting for 21 years in corporate events, conferences and broadcast TV.Guest: Rob Roy Collins - Rob started out as a street performer back in 1999. Rob combines comedy, escapology and acrobatics live on stage and in the street.Producer: Alistair Goodier - Radio presenter and MA student studying Radio Production and Management at the University of Sunderland.Why listen?On the show our expert guests will discuss why our top 10 tips below really can accelerate your career and help it be the success you want it to be.Top 10 Freelancer Tips:1. Don’t work for free (if you don’t have to)2. Be patient3. Build up your banter4. It helps to be a tem player5. Find something you enjoy6. You need confidence7. Be organised8. Always give it a go9. You need realistic initial goals10. Be contact-able!Want to know what you need to know before you embark on the road to success? Want to start your careers as quickly and as smoothly as possible?The you need to listen to this weeks The MYOB Show!
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Thie week on Business Concierge Radio we have Marc Parham returning to talk about his meeting with President Obama. He will also be co-hosting with host C. Nathaniel Brown tonight. Our special guest is Alistair Edwards with Legal Shield.
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On The MYOB Show today we discover how to keep safe when you are working on location. If you are freelance, self employed or your own boss, your health and safety are paramount to your success! No matter if you're on location, filming, taking photos, recce-ing locations, researching, auditioning or traveling around for business the most important consideration when planning any trip away is keeping safety. There are really simple things you can do to make sure you and the people you are working with on location are as safe as possible. Find out what you should be planning for and how easy it is to avoid problems on today's MYOB Show! Who's on the show? Presenter: Dom O'Neill MA and BA (Hon) Radio and media studies graduate with over 10 years experience working in the UK broadcast industries. Producer: Alistair Goodier Radio presenter and MA student studying Radio Production and Management at the University of Sunderland. Why listen? When you're creative business and projects rely on you keeping fit and healthy, you can't afford to leave you safety to luck! On The MYOB Show we find out what you need to consider when planning for your trip away. It's easy to learn how to avoid injury and plan to keep safe while out and about living the dream in the creative industries. Want to know what you need to know before you go? Listen to The MYOB Show On-Demand!
Want to know more about success in the creative industries? Find more via our web site at myobshow.com.
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On The MYOB Show today we discover what to do in between jobs. It may sound strange to some but if you work freelance, self employed or as your own boss you will no doubt have to deal with dreaded gaps in work.
Who's on the show? Guest: Victoria Watson is an award winning author, who set up Elementary V Watson - a proofreading and copywriting business. Victoria helps writers, students and businesses in the UK, US and Australia with copywriting issues plus finds the time to conducts one-to-one tutorials and run two writing groups. Presenter: Dom O'Neill – MA and BA (Hon) Radio and media graduate with an 10 years experience working freelance in the UK broadcast industry. Producer: Alistair Goodier - Radio presenter and MA student studying Radio Production and Management at the University of Sunderland. Why Listen
For non-freelancers time off is great because holidays are paid and staffers know they have work to go back to. For freelancers that is not the case.
For many of us prolonged time off is stressful! Today we look at how to use time off more efficiently and generate future work. Plus we discover how to enjoy time off!! What is the point in being your own boss and working your own hours if taking time off is too stressful?! We’ll discuss how to leave guilt in the office when you are taking a break. If you want to make most out of the lifestyle you have chosen and maximise your down time, Listen to The MYOB Show On-Demand! Want to know more? Check out our web site myobshow.com.
Today on The MYOB Show we discover how to have a weekend away using OPM... other people's money! What is a business trip staycation? If you’re on the road traveling for business why not assign a couple of days at the end of the trip to stay over end explore the place you've been doing business in? Business trip staycations are a great fun, efficient and financially a sensible way to see the world. As you are already on the road - the business is paying for hotels, car hire and food - a business trip staycation can save you loads of time and money. Who's on the show? Dom O'Neill - long time freelancer and seasoned traveller who has travelled throughout Australia, North America, Africa and Europe. Alistair Goodier - who has a great knowledge of European and middle Eastern travel. Why listen?
It’s difficult to take time off when you’re freelance or self employed. No-one wants to miss out on work, lucrative contracts or opportunities because they were away when an offer came in. That is why a business trip staycation is such a great idea!
You don't have to take loads of time away from your business and you get the chance to see the world on someone else’s time and money?
Find out how to give yourself the break your body needs, the savings your wallet loves and make a business trip staycation work for you. Want to know how? Listen to The MYOB Show On-Demand! Want to know more? We have loads of free Podcasts and blogs on creative business and travel via our web site myobshow.com.