The Mojo Sessions

Updated: 04 Jul 2024 • 111 episodes
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The Mojo Sessions features in-depth conversations with the world's most interesting people. Hosted by Gary Bertwistle, who has collected a catalogue of over three hundred interviews with some of the world's most interesting minds, The Mojo Sessions podcast series takes a minimalist approach that focuses on the guest and brings you valuable and memorable conversations.

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Ryan Palmbaum, founder of startup Dabbl Discovery, is a huge advocate of finding your passion and letting it guide you through life. At the start, for Ryan, that was soccer at an international level. Today, Ryan has made it his life’s mission to help as many young people as possible find what makes them tick and discov

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Dr Jane Foster, a leading researcher and educator with a PhD in health and education, noticed how the pervasive culture of blame, criticism and judgement was damaging and destructive for teams and individuals. Janes's work equips us with the means to manage our daily stresses by changing our perspective and creating ne

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Vice Admiral Robert Harward, a beacon of resilience and leadership, stands as the most decorated Navy SEAL in US Naval history. Over a 40-year career, he spearheaded the US Special Operations invasion of Afghanistan in the aftermath of 9/11, oversaw the Navy SEALs' role in Iraq in 2003, and undertook missions in Somali

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For more than half a century, Bill Raduchel has been the Zelig of the technology world, involved in nearly everything and knowing everyone worth knowing. Bill has served as a high-level executive and strategic adviser for Sun Microsystems, AOL Time Warner, Xerox, and McGraw-Hill and negotiated deals with the biggest na

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Ximena Vengoechea has a new book 'Rest Easy: Discover Calm and Abundance through the Radical Power of Rest', that explores why we don't get enough rest and how we can get more of it at a time when so many of us are feeling burned out. Many of us ignore the signs that it’s time to slow down. We keep going because we bel

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Katie Arnold is a writer, Zen practitioner and very successful elite ultrarunner. A longtime contributor for Outside Magazine, Katie has been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, ESPN, Elle and Runner’s World. At the age of 46, 2 years after she was advised never to run again, Arnold shocked the run

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