Get Rich Slow with Hannah Martin
By Get Rich Slow with Hannah Martin
Each podcast tackles an individual issue and includes an interview with a guest, either an expert on the topic or someone with valuable lived experience. At the end of the podcast we share practical tips to help listeners get closer to the success they are working towards - whether that success is financial, emotional or other.
Get Rich Slow with Hannah MartinMay 17, 2023
Destination Addiction with Debra Joy
Too many people become addicted to the idea that life will be perfect when they reach a specific goal. And as result, they put all their energy and focus into getting there... often to the detriment of their everyday life NOW.
But what happens when you reach your goal, and find out you're the same person, with the same fears and insecurities when you get there? Or that the goalposts have changed along the way, and there's a new, bigger goal to strive for?
Legal Contracts with Natasha Minchella
Do you have legal agreements with the people you work with? Find out why contracts are essential, and everything you need to know before signing one.
Legal contracts may sound scary, but they can actually offer you a lot of protection. But (and that is a big BUT) you should always be careful before signing any legally binding document. In this podcast episode we dig into the small print of contracts with Natasha Minchella from The Orchard Legal Hub.
Freelance Success with Evil Bald Genius
What are the biggest issues freelancers face, and how can they overcome them to be more successful? That's what we asked Jon McCulloch, also known as the Evil Bald Genius. Jon shares the three big freelance money rules that will change your life, the 10 x margin truth you need to know when pricing, and how you can differentiate yourself from other freelancers to stand out and win work.
Emotional Healing with Antonia Harman
Is your emotional state impacted by your physical health? According to healer and emotional drama expert Antonia Harman, the two are much more closely linked than most people think.
In our podcast interview with Antonia she shares how, in order to be physically and emotionally healthy, we need to heal our traumas, identify our emotional triggers and learn how to attract the energy we want.
Healthy Bodies with Stefaan Vossen
Love to enjoy better health and a more fulfilling life? Then ignore magazine articles sharing the top tips to living well! The simple truth, according to chiropractor and Clinical Director of Core Clinics Stefaan Vossen, is there is no easy, one-size-fits-all to good health.
Stefaan believes that people in pain deserve better, and is passionate about helping his patients and people in general to achieve this. And he kindly shared his insights with us.
Personal Agency with Ngozi Cadmus
How important is your mindset when it comes to living an empowered and personal satisfying life?
In this podcast episode we speak with Ngozi Cadmus, the founder of Frontline Therapist, the number one multicultural online counselling service in the UK, about the importance of personal agency, why setbacks can be important, and how we can build our self-belief.
Pricing Sweetspot with Julia Chanteray
Are you pricing to win customers and make a profit? Or is your pricing actually putting people off from buying from you?
Most businesses don't charge enough for what they sell. And rather than cheap prices attracting hordes of grateful customers or clients, they usually lose you business. To find out why, and how you SHOULD be pricing to win business (and make money) we speak to pricing expert to Julia Chanteray.
Pain-Free Mindset with Dr Deepak Ravindran
Do you live with chronic pain? And if so, what impact does it have on your life, and what can you do to take control back and even overcome it?
According to NICE, between one-third and one-half of the UK population are affected by chronic pain. We wanted to learn more about what causes it, and how people can take more control back over their lives. So we invited one of the UK's leading pain consultants to speak to us on the Get Rich Slow podcast.
Overcoming Barriers with Ruth Wrigley
There are so many barriers that hold women back in the workplace. But what if that workplace is TV, and that woman is a working class mother? What are her chances of success then?
To find out how women can forge a successful career in TV, we interview BAFTA and Emmy-winning producer Ruth Wrigley. Ruth shares how she got her start in TV, how she overcame prejudice against mothers, and why we need to ditch the mum guilt.
Business Longevity with Jane James
Many businesses don’t make it to two years. And most fail by the time they are five years old. But in September 2022, Jane James celebrated 15 years of her business, Little Voices.
Find out how Jane has grown her successful franchise through the breakdown of an abusive relationship, major surgery, Covid and a mental and physical breakdown that led to a six-week hospital stay.
Productisation with Julia Chanteray
What if, rather than working on individual client projects, you could scale your business and help dozens or hundreds of clients simultaneously with a single product - and earn more money?
That’s exactly the aim of productisation. And to find out how it works, and how you can productise your offering, we spoke to Julia Chanteray for an episode of the Get Rich Slow podcast.
Relatable Mentors with Erin Thomas Wong
Have you been seduced by the six or seven-figure business coaching rhetoric? Over the past few years we've seen an explosion of persuasive business coaches on social media promising to teach entrepreneurs and freelancers the secret to easy six, seven and even eight-figure businesses.
We speak to Erin Thomas Wong from Life-Friendly Business about her own journey in entrepreneurship, and in mentoring others. We discuss the problems with the toxic messaging that is so prevalent today, and the need for relatable business mentors.
Hustle Culture with Advita Patel
We’re used to seeing a version of success that is grounded in hustle and materialism, especially on social media. But how accurate - or even healthy - is it?
We speak to Advita Patel about the hustle culture, and how it has skewed our expectations of ourselves and created a one-dimensional view of success that unknowingly discriminates against groups of people and leaves us ultimately unsatisfied.
Enforcing Boundaries with Emma Langton
Do you struggle with setting and enforcing healthy boundaries? If so, you aren’t alone. Even high achieving women can find saying ‘no’ tricky.
Emma Langton is a leadership and wellbeing speaker, trainer, coach and consultant. In this episode of the Get Rich podcast she explains how boundaries work, and how we can improve our confidence, mental health and relationships with others by getting better at setting and enforcing them.
Intentional Choice with Andrea Watts
How much control do we really have over our life? And what can we do to help ourselves if we aren’t happy with it? In this episode we speak to coach, trainer, speaker and author Andréa Watts about the importance and power of intentional choice, and how we can all practice it.
If you are interested in learning more about how to have more influence over your life (even if it feels like you are trapped right now), this is the episode for you.
Facebook Ads with Jo Francis
For many small businesses, IOS 14 all but killed off Facebook ads. Overnight their costs increased dramatically, while their tracking virtually disappeared.
But not all businesses have abandoned Facebook ads. To find out what you need to do if you want to advertise on Facebook today, we interviewed Facebook ads specialist Jo Francis.
Patient Business with Katie Phillips
What does it really take to grow a financially profitable, heart-led business over time? One woman who knows is Katie Phillips. Katie left glamorous career in sports events and corporate hospitality to work for herself, but the journey hasn’t always been smooth.
Today Katie is happily married, financially comfortable and professionally fulfilled. But along the way she’s learned many valuable lessons, which she shares with us in our episode on Patient Business.
Breast Cancer with Sapna Pieroux
One in two of us will develop some form of cancer during our lifetime. But what happens when you hear the words, “I’m sorry, it’s cancer”? What do you do after that life-changing diagnosis?
This is a dilemma multi award-winning brand consultant, designer, author and speaker Sapna Pieroux was faced with when she was diagnosed with stage one breast cancer. She shared her story with us.
Abundance Mindset with Nikki Tapley
Are you happy with where you are in life and what you are doing? Or do you feel unfulfilled and unsuccessful? Sometimes the secret to living a rewarding and authentic life can come down to your mindset.
But simply knowing you need the right mindset isn’t an instant solution: if so we’d all be happily living our dream life right now! Listen to our interview with Nikki Tapley to discover the secrets of an abundance mindset.
Social Media Careers with Rachel Green
Ever wondered what it would be like to work as a social media manager? Or already working with clients but love tips to help you charge more and find more work? To find out, listen to the advice of Rachel Green from Social Media Mumz in this episode of the Get Rich Slow podcast.
Online Scams with Jamie Bartlett
What makes the perfect scam? Why do so many people fall for them? And how can we best protect ourselves for falling for financial cons?
Find out what journalist and author Jamie Bartlett learned when recording hit podcast The Missing Cryptoqueen in this episode of Get Rich Slow.
Personal Power with Bill Keep
How powerful are you? Too many of us don't really understand what power really means, and how to use it responsibly.
To discover how we can all have more positive influence, we interviewed Bill Keep, Professor of Marketing at The College of New Jersey. In particular, we address the issue of why women can struggle with the concept of power, and how we can find our own way to get comfortable with, and attain more of it.
Pleasanteeism with Gemma Leigh Roberts
It’s common to feel you need to put on a brave face if you’re having a difficult time, but at what point do your coping skills become problematic?
In our latest episode for the podcast Get Rich Slow we speak to chartered psychologist and LinkedIn’s resilience expert Gemma Leigh Roberts to learn about pleasanteeism. Gemma explains why we’re seeing an epidemic of it right now, and how to deal with it.
Self Confidence with Sally Baker
Imagine what you could achieve if you just had more confidence? Well the good news is we can all boost our self-confidence with the right insights and strategies. And that's just what we learn in the latest episode of the Get Rich Slow podcast with licensed and accredited therapist Sally Baker.
Ethical Marketing with Katie Moritz
Social media has revolutionised the way we are marketed to today - and not always for the better.
In this episode of the Get Rich Slow podcast, we speak to Katie Moritz, founder of Joy Factory, about ethical marketing. We explore what it means, and some of the ways social media has evolved to keep us always buying. And how we are manipulated into trusting through an illusion of intimacy.
Ethical Launches with Kate Taylor
It’s hard to escape boasts of people building six or even seven-figure businesses, and promising to teach you the sectors behind their success… for a fee. But what’s the truth behind the lottery-sized launches many of these gurus have?
How much do they really earn from them (not turnover but actual profit)? And what do you need to do to make that kind of money? To find out, we interviewed Kate Taylor from Big, Bold, Beautiful Life for an episode on Ethical Launches. Listen to find out the truth behind building a six-figure, launch-based business.
Finding Words with Rin Hamburgh
Finding the right words can make the difference between attracting loyal fans who are happy to buy from and rave about your business… and going unnoticed and unloved.
To help you understand how to write copy that really showcases what you do, and helps you nurture people through to sales, professional writer and founder of an award-winning copywriting agency, Rin Hamburgh shares her advice with us in our latest episode of podcast Get Rich Slow.
Toxic Clients with Jo Francis
If you’re a freelancer you’ll know how draining and demoralising it can be working for a tricky client. But how can you spot one, and when should you walk away from them? To find out, we interviewed Facebook ads specialist and experienced freelancer Jo Francis
We wanted to know what are the signs a client may be tricky, and how Jo has handled nightmare clients in the past. Jo also shares a cautionary tale of giving too much power to one toxic client, and what happened when she took her power back.
Authentic PR with Amanda Fitzgerald
How can you reach new customers and make your brand famous, without spending a penny on marketing? Easy - do your own PR!
Sadly though, for most of us doing our own business PR is far from easy. But one woman who has not only worked out how to get her own business in the press, but has since established herself as an expert at helping others with their PR is Amanda Fitzgerald. Listen to this podcast episode to discover Amanda’s PR secrets.
Toxic Positivity with Sally Baker
Looking on the bright side of things is usually seen as an emotionally healthy response. But can we ever be TOO optimistic and positive? According to psychologists, yes. While seeking out the silver lining is an admirable attribute, there are times when being positive isn’t emotionally healthy. In fact, it can become dangerously toxic.
Listen to this episode with licensed and accredited therapist Sally Baker to find out what toxic positivity really is, why it’s so damaging and how we can protect ourselves from it.
Building Community with Kate Dyson
Online communities are powerful entities. They help to affect change and can be loyal advocates and customers for business. But how do you build and maintain a large, loyal community?
To find out, we interviewed Kate Dyson, who has grown her Facebook Group, The Motherload, into the UK's largest non-judgemental, witty and smug free parenting community with over 110,000 members. It's also expanded into a blogzine and podcast.
We wanted to find out how Kate was able to grow such a large, successful community, what it was like to run it, and how she's managed to monetise the group, without losing the loyalty of its members.
Finding Customers with Kara Stanford
Marketing is the lifeblood for any business. Marketing helps you find and convert customers. Customers pay you money in return for goods or services. And money helps keep your business running. But it's not easy to get marketing right. And it's all too easy to get seduced by the get rich quick mentality that promises fast and easy returns with shortcuts and tactics with dubious ethics.
So what does good, successful marketing look like? To find out, we interviewed award-winning marketing consultant Kara Stamford. In this episode Kara explains how small businesses can find and market to the right customers for their business.
Goal Setting with Andy Smith
The secret behind success and daily productivity often lies in the right goal diligently executed. But what does the ‘right goal’ look like? And how can we motivate ourselves to overcome procrastination and work on it?
As a rule, human beings are terrible at setting goals, and we wanted to find out why - and how we can over come this. So in this episode we interview neuro-expert Andy Smith from Coaching Leaders. Andy is author of the book Work/Life: Achieve Your Goals, and an executive coach and trainer specializing in NLP and emotional intelligence.
Andy reveals exactly what makes not just a great goal, and what we can do to improve our success in actually working towards it.
Selling Yourself with James Newell
Every business owner and freelancer needs to be able to sell. You need to sell yourself, first and foremost, and then your offering. But for many people, especially women, the idea of asking for money is terrifying.
Imagine though if you could reframe ‘sales’ and find a way to not just get over your fear or dislike of selling, but actually embrace, respect and enjoy it. Just think of the difference it would make to your bank balance – and confidence.
To help you bridge that gap, we interview James Newell from Clear Sales Message. In his career, James has sold over £600 million of cars, and today coaches entrepreneurs and organisations in the art and science of selling. James reveals the secrets of genuine, successful, ethical selling, and how even the most reluctant seller can share what they do, and ask for the sale, with confidence.
Business Ethics with Susie Ma
Do you have to sacrifice ethics in order to make money? And can you really build an ethical business in an unethical industry?
With a 99.6% loss rate for the average recruit (after business expenses are taken into account), and reports of bullying and cult-like tactics, MLM companies aren’t known for their business ethics. But Tropic Skincare has always claimed to be different.
To find out why, we interview Tropic founder Susie Ma. Listen to this podcast episode to learn how Susie balances running a business with her own ethics. And how at times she’s needed to make tough decisions that involved choosing ethics over money… and how in the long term those decisions have grown a stronger and more profitable business.