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Friendships are super important, not just for our mental health, but for our physical health. So how do we go about making new friends when we have no idea where to start? Dr Melanie Mills is a friendship expert & the Author of ‘The Friendship Bond’. CONNECT WITH USConnect with That's Helpful & Ed Stott on Instagram Connect with Dr Mel on Instagram & Facebook BOOKSDr Mel's Life Bonds Series PODCASTSubscribe to The Life Bond Podcast Got an episode suggestion or feedback for me? Email me -
Addiction is a scary word, but it’s likely we’ll have all come across it in some form or another throughout our lives. David Gillespie is the author of Brain Reset and he says that we’re more addicted than ever before and it’s having a devastating impact on our mental health.  The good news is that there is a solution and that’s the focus of David’s latest book. In this conversation we chat through how addiction works, how your smartphone is designed to hack your mind and how to break the cycle. If addiction is a problem for you or anyone you know you can call Lifeline on 13 11 14 anytime for support. CONNECT WITH USConnect with That's Helpful & Ed Stott on Instagram Connect with David on Twitter, Instagram & Facebook BOOKBrain Reset PODCAST How to Spot a Psychopath with David Gillespie
Clementine Ford is a feminist, author & host of the Dear Clementine podcast. In this episode, we talk about: - How patriarchy works - The ways in which patriarchy pits women against each other - The joys of feminism - When to step in on misogynistic conversations - Steps you can take to better support feminism Enjoy! CONNECT WITH USConnect with That's Helpful & Ed Stott on Instagram Connect with Clementine on Instagram & Facebook CHARITIES TO SUPPORTDjirra Safe Steps BOOKSClementine's BooksWhite Feminism, Koa Beck So You Want To Talk About Race, Ijeoma Oluo Princesses & Pornstars, Emily Maguire Anything by Bell Hooks PODCASTSubscribe to Dear Clementine
How to Fix Your Finances

How to Fix Your Finances


Understanding our finances is an essential skill, but most of us don’t have it. Mel Browne is an entrepreneur, financial expert and the author of Unf*ck Your Finances. She's also on a mission to increase your financial literacy & confidence. In this episode we talk about why budgets don't work, what does, the best ways to save, to tackle debt and why YOU need to be in control of YOUR finances. CONNECT WITH USConnect with That's Helpful & Ed Stott on Instagram Connect with Melanie Browne on Instagram RESOURCESThat's Helpful Resources from Mel Browne
What if I told you that you’d never have to move again? Most of us will move 10 times during our lifetime and it’s often one of the most stressful things we’ll ever do. But you can absolutely learn to love where you live and build a strong attachment to your town or city no matter where it is. Melody Warnick is the author of This Is Where You Belong and If You Could Live Anywhere, she's discovered the secrets of making anywhere feel like home. She’s also got an amazing framework for you if you’re one of those people who can now work from anywhere on finding where you’re meant to be. CONNECT WITH USConnect with That's Helpful & Ed Stott on Instagram Connect with Melody Warnick through her website, on Instagram, & on Facebook BOOKSThis is Where You Belong & If You Could Live Anywhere
This week - you’re in for a real treat. Two interviews in one magnificent episode! Behavioural and emotional expert, Maureen Fearon will introduce you to Neuro Linguistic Programming - a tool that could help you to control your inner critic. Plus - how many times have you told yourself ‘I’ll just get through this week and everything will calm down’? Suzanne Falter says it’s time to stop. She’s a podcaster, speaker and the author of The Extremely Busy Woman’s Guide to Self Care.  CONNECT WITH USConnect with That's Helpful & Ed Stott on Instagram Connect with Suzanne Falter through her website, on Instagram, & on Facebook Connect with Maureen Fearon through her website BOOKSThe Extremely Busy Women's Guide To Self Care by Suzanne Falter Shoo: The Destructive Demon Within by Maureen Fearon OTHERJoin Suzanne's Facebook group; The Self Care Group for Extremely Busy Women
How to pull a career 180

How to pull a career 180


Sick of your job and ready to do something completely different?  We spend ⅓ of our lives at work and the majority of us don’t like what we do. The world of work has completely changed thanks to the internet and we’re more empowered than ever before to do work that makes us happy. But with so much choice comes great confusion and it can be really tricky to figure out what you want to do let alone how you should go about doing it. Monique Ross is the co-author of ‘This Working Life - How to navigate your career in uncertain times’ and she quit her job as an Editor for ABC news to become a Forest Therapy Guide. In this episode she shares everything she's learnt along the way as well as a few tips for figuring out what you should be doing and how to get started. CONNECT WITH USConnect with That's Helpful & Ed Stott on Instagram Connect with Monique at Heartwood Nature Bathing on Instagram & Facebook or her website BOOKS- This Working Life - How to navigate your career in uncertain times  - The Middle Finger Project  (Ed's recommendation) 
5-10% of people are psychopaths - so how do you identify them & how should you deal with them? David Gillespie is the author of Taming Toxic People: The Science of Identifying and Dealing With Psychopaths At Work and At Home. David was inspired to write the book by his previous career as a corporate lawyer that saw him cross paths with so many people who he suspected could be psychopaths. He couldn't find any good information on how to identify & deal with them so he decided to do his own research. In this episode, he talks us through the signs of a psychopath and reveals how we should deal with them both in the workplace & in our personal lives. CONNECT WITH USConnect with That's Helpful & Ed Stott on Instagram Connect with David on Twitter, Instagram & Facebook
Injectables 101

Injectables 101


Anti-wrinkle injections & fillers aren't for everyone, but for some they are absolutely life changing. It can be so hard to get good impartial information when you’re thinking about getting something done though. Enter - Rachael Hornbuckle, she’s a cosmetic injector with over 8 years experience as a Registered Nurse in Cosmetic Dermatology. She’s incredible at what she does. In this conversation, Rachael covers everything from how to find a good injector, what’s fixable, the risks, what to do if something goes wrong, plus a bunch of other useful things. CONNECT WITH USConnect with That's Helpful & Ed Stott on Instagram Connect with Rachael on Instagram 
This week it’s all about getting motivated. Professor Ayelet Fishbach is an expert on motivation and decision making, she’s the author of Get It Done: Surprising Lessons from the science of Motivation and is a past president of the Society for the Science of Motivation. She explains how you can create better goals, increase your motivation and achieve more.  CONNECT WITH USConnect with That's Helpful & Ed Stott on Instagram Connect with Ayelet on Instagram & Twitter LINKS Check out Ayelet's website Find Ayelet's book Get It Done: Surprising Lessons From The Science of Motivation here  
The bad news is that most of us will try 162 diets in our lifetime, the good news is that it is possible to quit the toxic diet cycle. Evelyn Tribole is one of the creators of Intuitive Eating, A Revolutionary Anti-Diet Approach and she’s my guest this week. If you want to stop dieting, enjoy food and get rid of your negative thoughts while improving your body image then this conversation is for you. If you enjoy the show, please leave us a five star review! CONNECT WITH USConnect with That's Helpful & Ed Stott on Instagram Connect with Evelyn on Instagram & Twitter LINKS Check out Evelyn's website Find the book Intuitive Eating: A Revolutionary Anti-Diet Approach here
Finding your purpose

Finding your purpose


Finding your purpose can seem so unachievable that most of us don’t even bother to look for it. But according to Professor Christine Whelan it can make you happier, healthier and help you to live longer. Christine is an expert in purpose, she's written three best selling books on the topic and studied the self help industry for her Phd. Over the next 40 minutes you’ll hear what Christine’s learnt from her studies, plus she’ll break down the formula for finding your own purpose. CONNECT WITH USConnect with That's Helpful & Ed Stott on Instagram Connect with Christine on Instagram & Twitter LINKS Check out Christine's website Find Christine's Finding Your Purpose lecture series on Audible & her books here  
Joshua Becker has been a minimalist for the last 14 years and it's changed every aspect of his life for the better. If you would like to have more time to do the things you love, more money to spend on the things you actually care about and to learn to live more purposefully then this is a conversation for you. LINKSConnect with That's Helpful & Ed Stott on Instagram Connect with Joshua Becker on Instagram Becoming Minimalist website Find Joshua's books
It's something we all do over 22,000 times a day but most of us aren’t doing it properly. Breathing properly can reduce our blood pressure, lower stress hormones, improve our workouts, boost our immune system and give us more energy. So where do we start? Aimee Hartley is the founder of the Breathing Room. She’s a breath coach and has been teaching people to breathe for over 10 years, she’s even developed a breathing program for schools in the UK and in Australia. Over 25 minutes Aimee teaches us the basics of effective breathing plus she gives us some breath techniques to help us tackle anxiety, boost our workouts and to drift off to sleep with ease. LINKS Buy Aimee's book, Breathe Well Find Aimee's Youtube Follow Aimee on Instagram Follow That's Helpful on Instagram
How to build happiness

How to build happiness


Tal Ben-Shahar has been studying happiness for more than 30 years. He’s written 7 books, plus he’s working on two more and he taught two of Harvard University’s most popular courses on positive psychology and leadership. Over the next 40 minutes Tal is going to break down the exact recipe for happiness - by the end of this episode you’ll have all the ingredients for a more joyful and resilient life. LINKS- Follow That's Helpful on Instagram- Connect with Tal on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook - Buy Tal's books
That’s Helpful is a self-help podcast without the woo-woo. Every episode will teach you something that will shift your perspective, share a life changing skill or empower you to make better choices. Ed Stott invites the experts to share with you everything you need to know to build your best life one episode at a time.
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