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The Keith Blakemore-Noble Radio Show

Summary: There's something you are scared of. A deep-seated fear. And it's holding you back in life. Imagine how much more enjoyable life would be if you could take than fear and transform it into a strength! That's what this show is all about. Sometimes challenging, sometimes intriguing, sometimes humorous, this show features a wide variety of guests hand-selected by your host, as well as solo episodes in which Keith guides us through making our own transformations, or takes us on an exploration down interesting alleyways. Whether it's phobias, confidence, stage fright, imposter syndrome, audition anxiety, or more, as a coach, speaker, author, entertainer, trainer, and show host, Keith Blakemore-Noble has helped to transform more than 5,000 lives since 2010, and invites you to join him in this series to explore the various ways in which you might transform your deepest fears into your greatest strengths.

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 The One With David Somerfleck | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 29:10

[This post contains video, click to play]Let’s talk about fear of the unknown.  What does that looks like for different people? How we can all collectively best work through feelings of fear and uncertainty and what those feelings represent? My guest this episode is someone who’s lived with fear of the unknown his entire life. He knows all too well the uncertainty of working for multiple businesses, working for startups, advising startups, and working through fear of the unknown on a daily basis. Join us as we cover topics including – What fear looks like if you are a business owner or entrepreneur – how to identify its many faces. How to confront those fears and tell rational logical fears from irrational ones that are really the voices of others. How to work through those fears. and a whole lot more! Watch this episodeListen to this episodeWatch this episode Listen to this episode About my GuestAbout your hostAbout the showAbout my GuestDavid SomerfleckDigital Marketing & Business Growth Expert David Somerfleck is a digital marketing expert with over 20 years’ experience working for marketing and advertising agencies across America. Additionally, David has also worked as a court mediator, political campaign strategist, and college Journalism instructor. David has spoken at Microsoft, written for Fox Reality and several newspapers, and helped hundreds of business owners across the globe. He’s the author of “The Road to Digital Marketing Profits” and the upcoming “Bloom & Grow.” About your hostKeith Blakemore-Noble Fear Strategist Fear Strategist, coach, international speaker, multi-time best-selling author, hypnotist, occasional magician, and presenter of this show. And someone who, for far too many years, was massively held back by a very strong social phobia – speaking with strangers, or even meeting strangers, was at best deeply uncomfortable, and at worst utterly terrifying for him. For far too many years. So he did the logical thing – he pursued a 20 year career in IT with some success (becoming a Fellow of the BCS in the process). Until one panic attack too many, which forced him to reconsider his life. So he studied NLP and hypnosis, used those tools to conquer his own fears and phobias, and since 2010 he has helped others around the world to transform their deepest fears into their greatest strengths through his coaching, speaking, books, and trainings. Indeed, since 2010 he has helped over 5,000 people to transform their lives. Having travelled the world for a while doing this, he has settled back in his native Scotland, where he is focusing on the next step in his journey of helping as many people as he can to conquer their fears. Which includes the launch of this Show! About the show Since 2010 Keith has helped over 5,000 people to transform their lives. Now he brings the distillation of his experience into a weekly show designed to help you to transform your deepest fears into your greatest strengths. Some episodes feature Keith running solo, discussing topics related to fear, phobia, mindset, and taking an interesting look into where it all comes from and what we can do about it. In other episodes, Keith invites a special guest to join him and to discuss their experiences in overcoming their own fears, so that we can gain some insight into how we might do the same, or even to explore the more esoteric areas around fear – sometimes in some unexpected yet very interesting ways! Presented in both audio and in video, across multiple platforms, so that the show can meet those who need it where they are. Similar Posts: Why Doesn’t Change Last? Keith’s 6 Step Model For Change New Year Resolutions : Why Yours Will (Probably) Fail

 The One About Motivation | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 22:29

[This post contains video, click to play]Motivation. We all know how important it is if we are going to Get Things Done. Alas, we probably all also know how elusive it can be! Oh, not at the start – at the start we feel like we have all the motivation in the world! But, all too often, as we start moving along our chosen path our motivation starts to wane. And when we hit some pernicious obstacle? There’s no sign of that motivation, it’s gone off and hidden somewhere! So what’s going on? That’s what we look at in this episode – What actually IS motivation? How can we rekindle our motivation when our get-up-and-go has got-up-and-gone? What is the fundamental underlying key to motivation? and a whole lot more! Watch this episodeListen to this episodeWatch this episode Listen to this episode About your hostAbout the showAbout your host Keith Blakemore-Noble – Fear Strategist, coach, international speaker, multi-time best-selling author, hypnotist, occasional magician, and presenter of this show. And someone who, for far too many years, was massively held back by a very strong social phobia – speaking with strangers, or even meeting strangers, was at best deeply uncomfortable, and at worst utterly terrifying for him. For far too many years. So he did the logical thing – he pursued a 20 year career in IT with some success (becoming a Fellow of the BCS in the process). Until one panic attack too many, which forced him to reconsider his life. So he studied NLP and hypnosis, used those tools to conquer his own fears and phobias, and since 2010 he has helped others around the world to transform their deepest fears into their greatest strengths through his coaching, speaking, books, and trainings. Indeed, since 2010 he has helped over 5,000 people to transform their lives. Having travelled the world for a while doing this, he has settled back in his native Scotland, where he is focusing on the next step in his journey of helping as many people as he can to conquer their fears. Which includes this Show! About the show Since 2010 Keith has helped over 5,000 people to transform their lives. Now he brings the distillation of his experience into a weekly show designed to help you to transform your deepest fears into your greatest strengths. Some episodes feature Keith running solo, discussing topics related to fear, phobia, mindset, and taking an interesting look into where it all comes from and what we can do about it. In other episodes, Keith invites a special guest to join him and to discuss their experiences in overcoming their own fears, so that we can gain some insight into how we might do the same, or even to explore the more esoteric areas around fear – sometimes in some unexpected yet very interesting ways! Presented in both audio and in video, across multiple platforms, so that the show can meet those who need it where they are. See Also... Motivation - The Simple Key Similar Posts: Why Doesn’t Change Last? Keith’s 6 Step Model For Change New Year Resolutions : Why Yours Will (Probably) Fail

 The One With Rich Amor-Wilkes | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 28:54

[This post contains video, click to play]Being on video is something which many business owners (and others) realise they really ought to look at doing, but which is also a terrifying thought. But why is this, and what can we do to overcome it? Join me as I discuss this and more with my special guest, Film Producer and Outdoor Enthusiast Rich Amor-Wilkes. Together we cover topics including – How we can overcome our fear of being on camera What we can learn about this from Freddie Mercury Why internet trolls are nothing to worry about – – and are actually helpful! How to remember what you want to say on camera and a whole lot more! Watch this episodeListen to this episodeWatch this episode Listen to this episode About my GuestAbout your hostAbout the showAbout my GuestRich Amor-WilkesFilm Producer and Outdoor Enthusiast ADVENTURE IS IN ALL OF US EVERY DAY My goal is to inspire others to live a life full of adventure I’m Rich. I’m a film producer, but I also enjoy running and climbing mountains. I love being outdoors, amongst the trees and the wilderness, exposed to the elements. Nature gives me a sense of calm, but also a sense of adventure and a sense of purpose. My love for the outdoors and capturing the world around me came from my childhood. If I wasn’t climbing trees or lumps of rock in North Wales, I’d be taking pictures and recording videos on the family’s camcorder. For a while, I turned my love of climbing into my job. I ran a successful tree business, but after reevaluating my life and where it was going, I decided to leave the comfort of an industry I knew well for my own sanity. I branched out into making corporate films for businesses and for myself, because I would get real enjoyment from capturing the world around me, and telling stories of adventure and survival. Telling stories is what makes us human. But I personally find storytelling using words alone difficult. I’m not a public speaker, and I’m a little bit introverted, so I struggle talking to groups. However, I am good behind a camera and I use images to tell a story. To me, video is a collection of moving images, shots, and sounds carefully crafted to tell a story. I find it inspiring to hear what humans are capable of and what we can achieve. Our lives are full of adventure, from our first steps, to stepping into new experiences. From climbing mountains to climbing social circles. From the first day at work to launching a new business. Adventure is in all of us every day, and my goal is to inspire others to live a life of adventure. About your hostKeith Blakemore-Noble Fear Strategist Fear Strategist, coach, international speaker, multi-time best-selling author, hypnotist, occasional magician, and presenter of this show. And someone who, for far too many years, was massively held back by a very strong social phobia – speaking with strangers, or even meeting strangers, was at best deeply uncomfortable, and at worst utterly terrifying for him. For far too many years. So he did the logical thing – he pursued a 20 year career in IT with some success (becoming a Fellow of the BCS in the process). Until one panic attack too many, which forced him to reconsider his life. So he studied NLP and hypnosis, used those tools to conquer his own fears and phobias, and since 2010 he has helped others around the world to transform their deepest fears into their greatest strengths through his coaching, speaking, books, and trainings. Indeed, since 2010 he has helped over 5,000 people to transform their lives. Having travelled the world for a while doing this, he has settled back in his native Scotland, where he is focusing on the next step in his journey of helping as many people as he can to conquer their fears. Which includes the launch of this Show! About the show Since 2010 Keith has hel

 The One About New Year Resolutions | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 28:22

[This post contains video, click to play]New Year Resolutions. So many people make them every year. You may well be one of those who did. But as time marches on, more and more of us fail – research shows that around 92% of people fail to keep their resolutions! Indeed, 17th January is “Ditch Your Resolutions Day”! But it doesn’t have to be like this! It IS possible to be in the 8% who succeed with their resolution. That’s what Keith looks at in this episode Why do so many people fail with their resolutions? Are resolutions even worth doing? (Spoiler – yes!) What can we do to give ourselves the best chance of success? Watch this episodeListen to this episodeWatch this episode Listen to this episode About your hostAbout the showAbout your host Keith Blakemore-Noble – Fear Strategist, coach, international speaker, multi-time best-selling author, hypnotist, occasional magician, and presenter of this show. And someone who, for far too many years, was massively held back by a very strong social phobia – speaking with strangers, or even meeting strangers, was at best deeply uncomfortable, and at worst utterly terrifying for him. For far too many years. So he did the logical thing – he pursued a 20 year career in IT with some success (becoming a Fellow of the BCS in the process). Until one panic attack too many, which forced him to reconsider his life. So he studied NLP and hypnosis, used those tools to conquer his own fears and phobias, and since 2010 he has helped others around the world to transform their deepest fears into their greatest strengths through his coaching, speaking, books, and trainings. Indeed, since 2010 he has helped over 5,000 people to transform their lives. Having travelled the world for a while doing this, he has settled back in his native Scotland, where he is focusing on the next step in his journey of helping as many people as he can to conquer their fears. Which includes this Show! About the show Since 2010 Keith has helped over 5,000 people to transform their lives. Now he brings the distillation of his experience into a weekly show designed to help you to transform your deepest fears into your greatest strengths. Some episodes feature Keith running solo, discussing topics related to fear, phobia, mindset, and taking an interesting look into where it all comes from and what we can do about it. In other episodes, Keith invites a special guest to join him and to discuss their experiences in overcoming their own fears, so that we can gain some insight into how we might do the same, or even to explore the more esoteric areas around fear – sometimes in some unexpected yet very interesting ways! Presented in both audio and in video, across multiple platforms, so that the show can meet those who need it where they are. See Also... New Year Resolutions : Why Yours Will (Probably) Fail, And What You Can Do About It Similar Posts: Why Doesn’t Change Last? Keith’s 6 Step Model For Change New Year Resolutions : Why Yours Will (Probably) Fail

 The One With Paul Phipps-Williams | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 33.27

[This post contains video, click to play]We all(*) love a good horror story! The thrill of being terrified out of our wits as we follow the grisly journey of our beloved characters. But why? We generally tend to seek to avoid fear in our daily life, so why do so many of us jump at the chance to be scared in our books, films, programmes, etc? And what actually makes for a good horror story anyway? Is it something which can be thrown together, or are there particular rules which need to be followed in order to make something stand out in the horror stakes? Join my guest for this nearly-Halloween horror special, published author and contributor to Dr Who stories (amongst others), Paul Phipps-Williams (whose latest book,The Axe And Grindstone, is published appropriately enough on Halloween. And yes, it’s scary!).   (*) OK, we don’t ALL love a good horror story, but clearly a great many do – just look at the lasting fascination with Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein, or Bram Stocker’s Dracula, for example. Watch this episodeListen to this episodeWatch this episode Listen to this episode About my GuestAbout your hostAbout the showAbout my GuestPaul Phipps-WilliamsAuthor, Photographer, SuperSpy Paul Phipps-Williams trained to be a film producer, wandering around student films shouting ‘Time is Money’ at people before stealing their cake. Having figured out that wasn’t the most successful way to get hired, he went on to sell pencils and pints for a living because people always seemed to need one or the other. For the last eighteen years, Paul has told people he works for the Government in the hope they’ll think him a super-spy. He isn’t, but that’s what you’d expect a super-spy to say. He’s passed a couple of new laws, convinced one government minister to quote the Spice Girls in the House of Commons and spent London 2012 in an underground bunker. On at least one occasion he’s had tens of thousands of people march through central London protesting against what he’s doing with his life. Whether this was work related or not, we’ll leave to your imagination. When he’s not Making The World A Better Place/Contributing To The Fall of Society (delete according to your political affiliations) Paul is also a photographer and can be regularly found at cult TV events telling people to smile as they stand nervously next to their childhood heroes. His motto is ‘What happens in Paul’s photo studio, stays in Paul’s photo studio.’ At least, that’s what Paul’s been told by his lawyers. His photographs have been published in an eclectic range of magazines, from The Amorist to Scottish Field and Doctor Who Magazine. Paul writes audio books for Big Finish Productions’ gothic horror series Dark Shadows. 2020 sees the release of Windcliff, a terrifying 13-part full-cast audio horror serial set in an asylum and performed in real-time. Other audiobooks for Big Finish include Doctor Who: A Small Semblance of Home. He was a contributor to 1001 TV Series You Must Watch Before You Die where, amongst other things, he was paid to watch The Real Housewives of Orange County and a programme about a cowboy cop in New York City. He’s not quite got over it yet. The Axe & Grindstone is Paul’s first novel, and he’s had to convince his mother that its main character isn’t really based on him. She’s not entirely convinced. He lives on a roundabout in Lewisham with his husband, Gareth, and their two cats Billy and Hartnell. His favourite pizza is an abomination of hot and spicy things with BBQ sauce and his favourite colour is TARDIS Blue (1987-1989). About your hostKeith Blakemore-Noble Fear Strategist Fear Strategist, coach, international speaker, multi-time best-selling author, hypnotist, occasional magician, and presenter of this show. And someone who, for far too many years, was massively held back by a very strong social phobia – speaking with st

 The One About Forgiveness | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 24:38

[This post contains video, click to play]Forgiveness! So many people tell us so often that we need to forgive. And it is true that if we do not forgive then we risk being held back, tied to the past. Yet for many, forgiveness can be very scary – and not necessarily for the expected reason. So join me in this episode as we take a look at all things forgiveness – What is forgiveness? What are the biggest fears around forgiveness? What happens when we do (or don’t) forgive? Watch this episodeListen to this episodeWatch this episode Listen to this episode About your hostAbout the showAbout your host Keith Blakemore-Noble – Fear Strategist, coach, international speaker, multi-time best-selling author, hypnotist, occasional magician, and presenter of this show. And someone who, for far too many years, was massively held back by a very strong social phobia – speaking with strangers, or even meeting strangers, was at best deeply uncomfortable, and at worst utterly terrifying for him. For far too many years. So he did the logical thing – he pursued a 20 year career in IT with some success (becoming a Fellow of the BCS in the process). Until one panic attack too many, which forced him to reconsider his life. So he studied NLP and hypnosis, used those tools to conquer his own fears and phobias, and since 2010 he has helped others around the world to transform their deepest fears into their greatest strengths through his coaching, speaking, books, and trainings. Indeed, since 2010 he has helped over 5,000 people to transform their lives. Having travelled the world for a while doing this, he has settled back in his native Scotland, where he is focusing on the next step in his journey of helping as many people as he can to conquer their fears. Which includes this Show! About the show Since 2010 Keith has helped over 5,000 people to transform their lives. Now he brings the distillation of his experience into a weekly show designed to help you to transform your deepest fears into your greatest strengths. Some episodes feature Keith running solo, discussing topics related to fear, phobia, mindset, and taking an interesting look into where it all comes from and what we can do about it. In other episodes, Keith invites a special guest to join him and to discuss their experiences in overcoming their own fears, so that we can gain some insight into how we might do the same, or even to explore the more esoteric areas around fear – sometimes in some unexpected yet very interesting ways! Presented in both audio and in video, across multiple platforms, so that the show can meet those who need it where they are. Forward Through Forgiveness If you are ready to forgive and move on from your past, then take advantage of this special discount for listeners and viewers of this show, to get 10% off Keith’s very own Forward Through Forgiveness online course. Follow this link to find out more about the course, and use the code radioshow to secure your 10% discount now. Similar Posts: Why Doesn’t Change Last? Keith’s 6 Step Model For Change New Year Resolutions : Why Yours Will (Probably) Fail

 The One With Tristan Lee | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 28:53

[This post contains video, click to play]Growing old. It’s something which scares a lot of people. Yet we all do it. We have no real say in the mater! But is it possible to grow old and still retain our gorgeousness, both inside and outside? Or are we destined to look and feel old regardless? For this episode I am joined by Tristan Lee, ‘The Gorgeousness Coach’ – a health, wellness & lifestyle expert who helps people look and feel gorgeous inside and out! We explore the difference between growing old and ageing We look at the simple starting steps we can all take, regardless of our age We explore how to make the most of what we have, and to keep it for longer. and a whole lot more. Watch this episodeListen to this episodeWatch this episode Listen to this episode About my GuestAbout your hostAbout the showAbout my GuestTristan Lee The Gorgeousness Coach Tristan Lee has helped thousands of people all over the world with his work as ‘The Gorgeousness Coach’. Known for empowering and motivating people to age gorgeously inside and out, Tristan is committed to inspiring us all to live the lives we truly deserve. He offers advice on nutrition, fitness, self-esteem & personal care by offering simple and inexpensive solutions. With a strong focus on self-value and self-belief, Tristan’s natural sense of fun and lust for life is infectious. An expert in his field, Tristan practices what he preaches and is living proof that ageing doesn’t have to be something we dread. Aged 48, Tristan is regularly mistaken for someone in his twenties due to his lifestyle choices and it’s his passion to share his ‘secrets’ with others. Tristan hosts workshops, is regularly featured in magazines and newspapers, appears on radio and is a keynote speaker at national and international events. His best-selling book, ‘Munch Move Moisturise: How to age Gorgeously in your 30s, 40s, 50s & beyond!’ is a complete toolbox for looking and feeling fantastic. About your hostKeith Blakemore-Noble Fear Strategist Fear Strategist, coach, international speaker, multi-time best-selling author, hypnotist, occasional magician, and presenter of this show. And someone who, for far too many years, was massively held back by a very strong social phobia – speaking with strangers, or even meeting strangers, was at best deeply uncomfortable, and at worst utterly terrifying for him. For far too many years. So he did the logical thing – he pursued a 20 year career in IT with some success (becoming a Fellow of the BCS in the process). Until one panic attack too many, which forced him to reconsider his life. So he studied NLP and hypnosis, used those tools to conquer his own fears and phobias, and since 2010 he has helped others around the world to transform their deepest fears into their greatest strengths through his coaching, speaking, books, and trainings. Indeed, since 2010 he has helped over 5,000 people to transform their lives. Having travelled the world for a while doing this, he has settled back in his native Scotland, where he is focusing on the next step in his journey of helping as many people as he can to conquer their fears. Which includes the launch of this Show! About the show Since 2010 Keith has helped over 5,000 people to transform their lives. Now he brings the distillation of his experience into a weekly show designed to help you to transform your deepest fears into your greatest strengths. Some episodes feature Keith running solo, discussing topics related to fear, phobia, mindset, and taking an interesting look into where it all comes from and what we can do about it. In other episodes, Keith invites a special guest to join him and to discuss their experiences in overcoming their own fears, so that we can gain some insight into how we might do the same, or even to explore the more eso

 The One With Caroline Bramwell | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 29:14

[This post contains video, click to play]What can you do if you face the need for life-altering surgery, but you are terrified of surgery, terrified of the though of never waking up from the operation and never seeing your family again? That was the dilemma which my guest faced. As Caroline says “I have never been so terrified, feeling out of control of the situation, but knowing I had to go through it to have a fighting chance of a better quality of life.” Join us as we discuss her life before and after surgery, and take a look at – Why you must believe in yourself How to tackle major obstacles in life or business. Why you should surround yourself with people you aspire to be like – don’t just watch on the sidelines, get in the thick of it. and a whole lot more. Watch this episodeListen to this episodeWatch this episode Listen to this episode About my GuestAbout your hostAbout the showAbout my GuestCaroline Bramwell UK’s No 1 Inspirational Ostomy Triathlete Originally from Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, Caroline and her husband moved to North Devon in 2004 to enjoy a better work/life balance on the coast. A wife and mother who had been running her own successful PR & Marketing company for 28 years, all was good until Caroline was diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis – an inflammatory bowel disease – when she was pregnant with her second child. A yo-yo regime of medication ensued for the next four years, to try and get the disease under control. At times, Caroline couldn’t be more than a couple of feet away from a toilet, such is the urgency to use the loo with this debilitating disease. Racked with pain, anaemic and fatigued, whilst raising two small children, the business started to suffer, employees were let go and Caroline had to confront surgery as a realistic option. At its worst, Caroline was hospitalised for a week for intravenous steroids and needed two blood transfusions. She rarely left the house and the business was failing. Bloated and overweight from the medication, and having no quality of life with her family, Caroline decided to have her entire large intestine and bowel removed and to live with a permanent ileostomy. After surgery (March 2009), Caroline was determined to enjoy life to the max and shed the weight. A self-confessed couch potato, she signed up to cycle London to Paris in 24 hours for charity as her motivation to train regularly. Despite suffering from osteoarthritis from the steroids, Caroline was determined to take back control of her life and prove that having stoma surgery and living with a stoma bag was not an end, but a new beginning. She rode into Paris in July 2010 in 24 hours. After another 24hr cycle ride two years later, Caroline decided to overcome her fear of water, so she could make up for those lost years with her kids when they were small and she was ill. This led to the idea of doing a triathlon. From doing a little local Sprint triathlon, Caroline has continued to push the boundaries of her body and is an advocate for people with an ileostomy. She trains up to six days per week and competes in Half and Full Ironman triathlons (2.4mile open water swim, 112 mile bike, 26.2 mile run). Approached by a publisher, her autobiography ‘Loo Rolls to Lycra: The Ironman Dreams of an IBD Sufferer’ was published in January 2018 and Caroline is now an inspirational speaker. About your hostKeith Blakemore-Noble Fear Strategist Fear Strategist, coach, international speaker, multi-time best-selling author, hypnotist, occasional magician, and presenter of this show. And someone who, for far too many years, was massively held back by a very strong social phobia – speaking with strangers, or even meeting strangers, was at best deeply uncomfortable, and at worst utterly terrifying for him. For far too many years. So he did the logical thing – he pursued a 2

 The One With Stephen Jones | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 28:24

[This post contains video, click to play]Sales – the life-blood of any company of business. If we are to survive, we need to be making sales, whether we are trillion dollar global company, or a one-person sole trader, or anywhere in between. Unfortunately, however, a lot of people have a lot of stuff and even fear around sales. And that is just as true for a lot of people in business! Join me where I discuss the topic with my guest Stephen Jones, as together we explore – Why people are scared of making sales Why you should stop selling! How this helps you to start growing and a whole lot more. Watch this episodeListen to this episodeEpisode TranscriptWatch this episode Listen to this episode Episode Transcript Note – this is currently an automated transcription, so some of the text might not be wholly accurate – we are working on improving this over time! You’re listening to the Keith Blakemore-Noble radio show, helping you transform your deepest fears into your greatest strengths. Here’s your host, Keith Blakemore Noble… Keith: Welcome back to another episode, dear listener Dee, if you. However, you’re catching us. Welcome back. And this week I have got as my guest, Stephen Jones. Stephen Jones. Stephen Jones, the business disruptor. Those of you who listen to some of my previous shows, we caught Stephen about a year ago. This was this time where we’re going to be highly focused all around her. And the fears around around sales can be a really interesting one. He’s got a rather different take on it. So it’s not stuff that you look at before. But for those of you who haven’t come across Stephen, or maybe those of you haven’t heard kind of one bit of a refresher. Let me give you a little bit of a little bit of his bio. He was always going to run his own business, basically when he was 10. Keith: He went round to other houses in the area doing chores for cash. Then he realized his friends who wanted money could do the work for him and he could just collect some of the money, deal with the clients and pay his friends half. Many’s a lesson was learned in that time that he draws upon even that this was at the age of ten. You can see this is quite a remarkable guy. He tried real jobs, several Saturday jobs. He didn’t like the concept of working hard for somebody else to profit. Just never seem fair. Fast forward to university. Final year election campaign against Hillary. Ban a job interview with a publishing house. And suddenly he graduates his bank, we’re talking about pension schemes, mortgages, life insurance. He ran to Australia, obviously. He said he set up a little sales consulting business, reviewing sales teams and sales processes. And yes, this was at the age of 21 and he was published for his efforts. He then took a year off, went to the US, wrote a gold ring around. Now, that’s an episode we need to record sometimes ended up in Canada selling investments. Which he did well at. And by the late 1990s, he had established a venture capital company with offices in Dallas and in London. Keith: He has lost everything twice. He’s rebuilt twice, been divorced twice. He’s a single father twice. He has two kids. Keith: Stephen doesn’t do things by half. He doubles up. That’s my guest today, Stephen Jones. Hey, Stephen, how are you doing? Stephen: Hello. After that, I’m doing quite well. Yours makes me sound amazing. Let me take you into my networking events with me. Keith: Fantastic. Let’s negotiate the rates later and you can get half of the commission. See, I’m learning! Stephen: Absolutely. Keith: So, yes, you’re the sales disruptor. What’s all what about? Stephen: Business disruptor, I do sales disruption as well. It’s born of a concept. The. Quick backstory on it. Two thousand and three. I lost all my money the first t

 The One About “The” Key To Success | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 25:03

[This post contains video, click to play]In the context of success, which of these is THE most important, which is THE key? Skills Knowledge Attitude The actual answer is a lot more complicated and a lot more in-depth than many would have us believe! Join Keith as he explores why the “usual” answer is unhelpful (and potentially even dangerous), and as he takes a look at what’s actually going on and what “the” key really is… Watch this episodeListen to this episodeEpisode TranscriptWatch this episode Listen to this episode Episode Transcript Note – this is currently a highly automated transcription, so some of the text might not be wholly accurate – we are working on improving this over time! You’re listening to the Keith Blakemore-Noble radio show, helping you transform your deepest fears into your greatest strengths. Here’s your host, Keith Blakemore Noble… Success. Everybody wants success. Everybody wants the shortcuts to success. And therein lies an interesting question. It’s a question which many people have asked countless times over the years. It’s often asked in personal development fields, it’s often were asked in business development fields. And I’m going to ask you the same question. This isn’t a question I came up with. It’s a question that does the rounds frequently. The question is this in terms of success, which is or in terms of achieving success, which is the most important. Is it knowledge? Is it skills or is it attitude? Knowledge, skills or attitude? Which is VTHE one. The most important one. THE key for success. Now, anytime this is asked, there’s always a great debate about it. It’s great. If you ever want to set up a get a lot of engagement on a thread on your favorite social media, ask this question. Lots and lots of engagement on it. And. Every time it’s asked, virtually every time he’s asked, the person asking has a very definite answer that they want to to give the answer that they want. The one answer which they see as being the answer is attitude. Attitude is a key. Attitude is the key to success. Attitude is the one thing you need to succeed. It is the most important one. Forget knowledge, forget skills. It’s attitude with attitude. You’ll go all the way. That’s often how it’s presented. And yes, let’s make no bones about it. Attitude is very important. It is a very important component of success. If you approach something with the wrong attitude, your chances of success are slim at best. Yes, you might have a reasonable model, a reasonable degree of success in the short run, but as soon as you hit some problems or as soon as things start to go wrong or as soon as people start to object to whatever it is. If you don’t have the right attitude, yes, you are going to fall by the wayside sooner or later. Let’s not beat about. The Bush attitude is incredibly important. Indeed, as many people point out. If you start with the right attitude, it makes it far easier for you to learn the skills you need and to develop and gain the knowledge that you need in order to succeed. Which means attitude is the most important thing for success. Whoa, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait a minute, wait a minute. Let’s back up their second game with the right. Excuse me. Sorry about that. With the right attitude. You can gain the skills and knowledge you need for success. OK, that’s telling us something very important there that is telling us you need skills and you need knowledge for success. It’s also telling us and this is the point which gets completely overlooked, completely escaped, and which I think is sufficiently important for us to discuss this. Discuss it right here, right now. It also means. Attitude in and of itself, by itself alone is not sufficient for success. Yes, attitude

 The One With Paul Newton | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 30:52

[This post contains video, click to play]Stage fright can be a very debilitating thing, which can affect a lot of people. But surely performers don’t get it, right? Wrong! Even the biggest of professional performers have had to battle stage fright at times during their career. Join me and my special guest magician and mindreader Paul Newton as we discuss the whole topic of stage fright, and look at some of the ways he managed to start to overcome it on his journey. And if you are watching the video version, stick around for a mid-credits bonus scene! Watch this episodeListen to this episodeEpisode TranscriptWatch this episode Listen to this episode Episode Transcript Note – this is currently an automated transcription, so some of the text might not be wholly accurate – we are working on improving this over time! You’re listening to the Keith Blakemore-Noble radio show, helping you transform your deepest fears into your greatest strengths. Here’s your host, Keith Blakemore Noble… Keith: [00:00:30] Hey welcome, welcome to another episode. Glad to have you here. Now, my guest this week, I have a magical guest this week. In every sense of the word, good friend of mine by the name of Paul Newton. I’ll just tell you a little bit about Paul. Paul is an amazing new breed of professional magicians, infuses groundbreaking temporary magic with traditional conjuring. He has a long history of providing business insights, using psychometrics and skills in business. Beyond that of purely an entertainer. And he is working with some really big names these days, we can’t mention at the moment. It will come out in due course, but definitely something to keep an eye on. That’s my guest today. Paul Newton. Hey, Paul, how are you doing? Paul: [00:01:17] Hello, buddy. How are you? I’m good, thank you. How are you, sir? Keith: [00:01:21] Very kind of. You are. I am fabulous, as always. Thank you. Fabulous, as always. Paul: [00:01:25] Good man. Good man. Keith: [00:01:27] So we’ve we’ve heard a brief description of who Paul is. For anybody listening or watching who hasn’t yet had the pleasure of encountering Paul. Who is Paul? What’s he do? Paul: [00:01:39] Oh, don’t. Don’t. Basically, if anyone hasn’t seen my work already, run and hide and get out. I’m a magician, a mind reader. I mess with people’s heads for a living. So I literally make a living out of meeting lovely people, going to really nice parties and entertaining them. I help with TV shows, I do stage shows. I help big corporates with their people and some of the issues of… Well, magine if a mind reader came in strong. Steal your passwords. How are you going to stop them? Paul: [00:02:16] Ok, yes. So that’s what I do. Yeah. I mess with people’s heads for a living. Keith: [00:02:24] Great! And how do you do that – close-up, on stage, or how? Paul: [00:02:29] All of the above. So I did this weekend just gone is a great example. On Thursday, I was in a car park just doing close up magic for a corporate. And so on the Saturday morning, I was at a polo club up in Richmond entertaining some very, very gorgeous and far too expensive cars. I had Saturday evening I was in a guild hall doing a stage show for a charity. And then Sunday I was in a garden party. So all of the above, anything from close up. And I swear I do the closest tricks you will ever find all the way out to helping with TV shows. Keith: [00:03:11] Quite, quite the range. You say all of the above. Quite a range. Yeah, pretty impressive. Keith: [00:03:17] So I’m I’m guessing. I’m guessing you don’t get you don’t get nervous when you’re when you’re doing these things. You don’t get you’ll get stage fright. Paul: [00:03:26] You know what? Sometimes it creeps in. But now I understand it and I know why

 The One About Hypnosis | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 27:19

[This post contains video, click to play]Let’s address some of the big concerns about hypnosis! People have a lot of misconceptions about hypnosis, often inspired by Hollywood’s ludicrous representations of hypnosis. In this episode, we take a look at some of these and we explore the realities. Some of the things we cover in this episode – What actually is hypnosis? Isn’t it just mind-control with the hypnotist controlling you? Doesn’t it only work on the weak-willed? and a whole lot more! Watch this episodeListen to this episodeEpisode TranscriptWatch this episode Listen to this episode Episode Transcript Note – this is currently a highly automated transcription, so some of the text might not be wholly accurate – we are working on improving this over time! You’re listening to the Keith Blakemore-Noble radio show, helping you transform your deepest fears into your greatest strengths. Here’s your host, Keith Blakemore Noble… [00:00:29] Hello, dear listener, welcome back to another episode of the Keith Blakemore-Noble radio show. This is another of those solo episodes. It’s just you and me. What are we talking about today? Well, as you may or may not know, I’m a hypnotist. One of the things tools I use to help people transform their deepest fears into their great strengths is hypnosis. And very often I get questions about what is hypnosis. There’s a lot of questions people have about hypnosis. What it is, what it is and what could it do? What can’t I do? And so on. And I thought, you know, that would make for an excellent episode. That’s what we’re going to do today. Today we are looking at hypnosis. What is hypnosis? We had to explore what it is. We’re going to explore what it isn’t. We’re going to look at some common myths around hypnosis. [00:01:20] That’s what we’re going to spend the next 20, 25 minutes doing, just that. [00:01:25] You know, one thing we will not do is we will not be demonstrating hypnosis in this episode. Simple reason being, I know people sometimes catch this in their in their cars or whatever. And the last thing I want to do is have somebody in charge of machinery or driving or whatever situation they’re in, falling into a trance because we do some Trump stuff with this. [00:01:47] That will be dangerous. That’s not going to happen. But we will talk about what hypnosis is, what it is and how it works. Explore some of the myths around it. So that’s what we got for today. So let’s dive in. And I guess the biggest question, biggest concern people tend to have around hypnosis is this is probably or definitely propagated by Hollywood. Hollywood is a massive cause of this this myth that people have this fear. People have around hypnosis. [00:02:20] And that is that they they think that hypnosis is mind control and it’s not. [00:02:29] Let’s get that out front right from the outset. In a situation where you’ve got a hypnotist and an app, we’ll call the patient being hypnotized, the person who is the person in control. The person in control is the patient, the person being hypnotized. They are the one in control, not the hypnotist. Hypnosis is not mind control. Hypnotist cannot make you do things against your will. And we’ll explore this a little more depth as we as we go through this episode. But that’s the biggest thing I wanted to to get out there upfront. Hypnosis is not mind control. There is control. Control is in the hands of the person being hypnotized. So what is hypnosis and what we’ll explain. We’ll explore why that is the case as we go through this through this episode. So stick with us. If you’re wondering, well, how does that work? Stay with us. And it all will all will become clear, as I say. So what is hypnosis? Well, hypnosis is best described as

 The One With Shamus Doherty | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 29:56

[This post contains video, click to play]What can you do if you want to improve your health BUT the thought of gyms scares you? Join my guest, the PT with a difference! In his own words, here is what Shamus covers – My journey and why I done it. Not that everyone will start a journey and become a PT however it’s more the confidence it gave me to make that change and be more positive. Also the majority of those I aim to help are those that I can identify with as I have experienced the very same pain points that they have. Takeaways: Yo yo diets….why are these not healthy? Difference between weight loss and fat loss? Simple steps to start your journey. and so much more Watch this episodeListen to this episodeEpisode TranscriptWatch this episode Listen to this episode Episode Transcript Note – this is currently a highly automated transcription, so some of the text might not be wholly accurate – we are working on improving this over time! You’re listening to the Keith Blakemore-Noble radio show, helping you transform your deepest fears into your greatest strengths. Here’s your host, Keith Blakemore Noble… [00:00:29] Keith: Hey, welcome back. Welcome back to another episode, my guest in this episode has an interesting story. So my guest is Shamus changed from Staines upon Thames, which is on the outskirts of leaving. Sorry, but as he describes it, with a gust of wind in the form of Heath Heathrow Airport. So she was married to a nurse. He’s got five children. This he puts down to satellite reception. Being poor five times is always been active, taken part in various force, including being an England table tennis player during the teenage years. Hey has always played football, although weirdly, after getting married. If we don’t wait, shameless and one day stepped on the scales on, it was horrified at the number I know many of us have been in that exact situation. It wasn’t the shameless was eating. Typical healthy, Cruz was, was sorry it wasn’t the shames wasn’t eating typical healthy foods. There was always lettuce, salad, veg, and so on the plate. It was just the crisps the cakes and sweets and takeaways, usually on the way home from off the mobile. There, they would have done the damage. So she has decided that enough was enough and began to take control of his food intake. He upped his exercise regime. During this time, a friend suggested that shameless should become official out personal failure as he was helping the wife’s friend to lose weight on that resulted in a career change. After almost twenty years in the motor trade, Shame has made the move on as of September twenty eighteen qualified to the personal trainer. Now, so far, so good standard Storey. But here’s the really interesting thing. Shameless used to be Jim phobic he used, and we’re gonna find out a lot more about that in a moment. But shame us, like many of us used to really have stuff about going to the gym. He used to be Jim phobics the term he uses himself, which means he’s got an insight into what it’s like for so many hours in the population, and he takes that into account in the way in which he works with his clients on. That’s why I knew we had to get him on on this on this show because it’s it’s not the usual. Oh, I used to be young, fit, And then I became fate. And you should do. And I can help Your Storey. This is someone who’s done all that. Having come from a place of being afraid of the gym. That’s my my guest today. Shame. Historically Shameless. How are you doing, sir? I’m good. Thank you. Keep yourself. I am very good. Thanks. Very good. Great to have you here. So yet Jim phobic. Tell me. Tell me about that. What was what was kind of going on there? [00:03:15] Shamus: I was always one of those perennial people that words sign up to a gym in January. Best intenti

 The One About Metaprograms (pt 2) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 28:18

[This post contains video, click to play]This episode follows on from The One About Metaprograms (pt 1) where we introduced the idea of meta programs and started to take a look at some of them – if you missed that then you’d be well advised to check out The One About Metaprograms (pt 1) first and then come back to here! This time we take a deeper look at the remaining meta programs and exploring both what they mean for life, and how they relate to our fears. In this episode – Recap on metaprograms? Why some people are always on time, others are always early, and neither can convince the other there’s a problem! Why can two people speak the same language and yet have so many problems understanding each other? and a whole lot more! Watch this episodeListen to this episodeEpisode TranscriptWatch this episode Listen to this episode Episode Transcript Note – this is currently a highly automated transcription, so some of the text might not be wholly accurate – we are working on improving this over time! You’re listening to the Keith Blakemore-Noble radio show, helping you transform your deepest fears into your greatest strengths. Here’s your host, Keith Blakemore Noble… Welcome back to another episode of the key Flight Went over Radio show This is our second off two episode Looking at meta programmes Now I hope you caught the previous one two episodes ago. If not, I strongly encourage you to pause this one. Go back a couple of episodes catch the first episode all about meta programmes where we introduce what they are, Why they’re important and we start taking a look at the first night This this step So we’re gonna look at the rest of the meta programmes now you’ve gone through the first one Maybe started noting down What? Some of your get your programmes outside So I’m gonna figure it out, starts to give you a bit more information about you who you are, how you work. I also get curious where Hal is ties in with various fears that you’ve got I didn’t come to you for when you work out each of your mental programmes work out How is this showing up in terms of fear for me. How is this affecting fear for me? How does this contribute to sort of fearful? Because that gives you a more insight. You know what’s going on? So let’s take a look at the rest of the meta programmes carry on working these Ah next meta programme. Next philtre is abstract slash specific abstract of specific philtre is basically what level of abstraction does your mind tend to operate on? Naturally. Do you tend to think in specific details? Do you tend to think in the grand ass grander, abstract as concept of life or you somewhere in between you start and want to move to another or vice versa. These could tell you a lot about how you have you so many things. But basically these four options here do you focus puree on the specific details. You’re only looking at specific small details or are you abstract? You’re only looking at the overview, the bigger picture, more abstract concepts, more of that the abstract thinkers of work. Do you go from specific too abstract to you? So when you stop thinking about something, you first of all, look at the small details and then you kind of move up to the more abstract, higher, higher level to see how it all fits in. Or do you start with the abstract overall? Bigger picture. So you start with a big picture on, then work your way down into the small details. And again, remember, with all of these, there is no right or wrong. It’s simply what is for you. So what? What do you are you? Do you work a small detail level? Do you work for the abstract level? Do you started the detail and build up to the bigger picture? Or do you start with the big picture and then work your way down to the smaller details? What is the one for you next? One we got in comparison philtre on th

 The One With David Heffernan | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 29:56

[This post contains video, click to play]In this episode my guest David Heffernan, the UK’s #1 provider of Anxiety Solutions, takes us on a journey of discovery through his experiences and expertise around the fear of one’s own thoughts and of the unknown. For many years people have been taught to clear their mind and try and clear all thoughts so they can find peace. It is, in his view, so important to be able to not only acknowledge your thoughts being present but genuinely being OK with them being there – both good and negative thoughts. We explore why this is, and look at some helpful techniques. Takeaways: Resistance to your thoughts will only make them come back at you louder. To fall in love with the not knowing. That learning to be ok with your thoughts will change your lives more than they could ever imagine and so much more Watch this episodeListen to this episodeEpisode TranscriptWatch this episode Listen to this episode Episode Transcript Note – this is currently a highly automated transcription, so some of the text might not be wholly accurate – we are working on improving this over time! You’re listening to the Keith Blakemore-Noble radio show, helping you transform your deepest fears into your greatest strengths. Here’s your host, Keith Blakemore Noble… [00:00:30] Keith: Welcome to another episode! This week, or this episode, I’m joined by a good friend of mine who I’ve had on previous shows Great to have you back again David had from him. Now David is the UK’s number one provider Anxiety Solutions. works with corporates and individuals to create awareness, end stigma and educate. Described as a pioneer for Mental Health and Wellness, Dave has launched programs to support mental health in the workplace and to create positive, forward-thinking environments that employees enjoy working in. Dave’s background story is one of a kind; born in Salford, Dave dealt with extraordinary life issues – death, grief, abuse, homelessness, violence; but this didn’t hold him back, in fact, it created the momentum and passion that Dave has today. Dave is an expert in mental health, from the raw, real-life issues that he has faced, and helped others face. Dave is the guy next door – but with a fresh perspective. He understands the importance of mental health from both business and personal points of view. He’s not afraid to work through issues, make connections, break down barriers and find solutions. Unlike other coaching solutions, he is there when YOU need him because he knows mental health is not a 9 to 5 issue. He is committed, and he is David Heffernan. How are you doing Dave? [00:02:08] David: I’m fine, thank you, Keith. That was a great introduction. I wonder the wrote that [00:02:12] Keith: I put you in touch with them! Great. It’s great to have you Great to have you here again. How’s how’s everything going in? Things like [00:02:23] David: Everything’s good? Yeah, Everything’s good know. Well, that moment, Um, it’s a very strange one, because for me to be successful, I need to find people who are struggling s Oh, it’s a bit of a weird on situations are being in business on, but there is a lot of people who need help, and I reach now, which is a great thing. So it’s all good. [00:02:47] Keith: Yeah, I’m long mate. Lawmaking continue because the more they reach out, connect with the more you helped them to overcome their fears, their thoughts. There are whole mental health side of things. [00:03:02] David: Exactly. And the good thing is, now we just come back from my mental health awareness week. Um, on And, you know, our social media timelines were covered from, you know, free to feed with male have awareness posts, which is great. I’m not seeing that many now. After it. Andi what? Good thing is, it’s opened up the doors to conversation n

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