Why You Should Listen to a Podcast Before Bed Time

People who have trouble falling asleep know how disturbing it is to toss and turn and still not find the right spot or position. It is not really about all that. Sure, posture helps, but if your mind is too busy and continuously working on the day’s problems, dreamland will remain just that – an elusive dream. Ultimately, that poor … Read More

Get Everything You Want By Giving Up On Yourself

Giving up is often seen as a negative thing, it can mean losing hope, motivation or simply throwing in the towel but when we hone our ability to give upon ourselves, we can in fact release some of the pressure and expectations that have been placed upon us. For me, giving up means not holding too tightly to your current … Read More

Don’t Miss The Big Picture

In a previous blog post, I had discussed the importance of ensuring that we weren’t misdirecting our pursuit of happiness. We are often pursuing things in an attempt to achieve another thing, which in turn will help us to achieve another thing which we hope one day will make us happy. The point however I think, is that we shouldn’t … Read More

Gratitude On The Go

We’ve all heard about how beneficial it can be to journal about all the things we’re grateful for before bed or first thing in the morning but for most people, the morning is all “go, go, go,” and the last thing you want to do when snuggled up under the sheets is pull out a pen and paper. Recently I’ve … Read More

The Loneliness Trap

Loneliness is quickly becoming a massive problem in amongst the millennial generation. In fact former guest of the Powerful Nonsense podcast, Guy Winch talks extensively about loneliness as an emotional injury that should be treated due to it’s general negative health connotations. Whilst loneliness has always existed, particularly amongst the elderly, it is becoming more and more prevalent among members … Read More

You Don’t Need To Get On A Plane To Find Yourself

Living in London, you always bump into young people traveling from around the world and why not, travel is cheaper than ever and millennials would rather spend their money on experiences than saving for their first home. But once you get talking to these travellers it’s usually the same old story, they’ve travelled through Asia, Europe, America or wherever but … Read More

Empathy: The Cornerstone of the 21st Century Workforce

Empathy and emotional intelligence have become incredibly undervalued throughout the last few centuries. Society over time has morphed into one that values short-term productivity over the long-term sanity of the individual. Enter the internet, a tool that not only provides us with crowd-sourced and seemingly infinite knowledge, but also one that provides us with the on-demand illusion of endless admiration … Read More

What Would You Wish For?

Recently, I was listening to a very interesting Art of Charm episode which posed a very interesting point. The point came from an interesting experiment that was conducted by Raj Raghunathan author of If You’re So Smart, Why Aren’t You Happy? He asked thousands of people the typical genie question; “if you found a genie and were granted 3 wishes, what would … Read More

The Upside Of Being A Selfish Entrepreneur

A few months ago Wayne and I attended the UK Podcasters Pub Crawl in London and after being tanked up on free booze we we’re requested to do an impromptu talk about podcasting and share some of the lessons we had learned along the way. After ten minutes or so of slurring and dropping more f-bombs than any talk really … Read More

10 GIFs That Only Podcast Listeners Can Relate To

If you like podcasts, you may like ours too so check us out by hitting the PODCAST tab at the top of this page or find us on iTunes.  Aside from his Powerful Nonsense duties Wayne is a professional actor, owns his own production company called Tap The Table and is an unofficial Apple representative.