Episode 7: Actor Jason Issacs talks about his role in the incredible movie Hotel Mumbai
In this episode I am joined by the British actor Jason Issacs.
Jason is one of the stars of the new film Hotel Mumbai.
The films tells the terrifying true story, of a series of coordinated terrorist attacks in Mumbai, in 2008.
Episode 6: Jonny Benjamin MBE | Mental health campaigner, author and vlogger
In 2008, 20 year old Jonny Benjamin climbed the railing at London’s Waterloo Bridge, with the intention to jump to kill himself.
However, a passing stranger realizing what was about to happen, began speaking to Jonny, eventually persuading him to reconsider.
This episode of Setbacks & Success shares Jonny’s amazing story….
Episode 5: The Executive Producer of Downton Abbeys shares how the globally successful show was created
Downton Abbey was one of the most widely watched television shows in the world.
But did you know, the creators were told ‘nobody in the United States will be interested.
Episode 4: Paul Smith | The creator of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire
Originally turned down by EVERY tv network, the creator of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire shares how the show became a global tv phenomenon
Episode 3: Shaa Wasmund — from Struggling and Single Mom to 7 Figure Earner and Best Selling Author
In this episode, I’m joined by a real kick-ass single mom, Shaa Wasmund.
Shaa used to manage the World Champion boxer Chris Eubank. After that she started her own PR firm which managed the launch of Dyson vacuum cleaners, and help grow the start up into a billion dollar brand.
Episode 2: Lewis Howes — New York Times Bestselling Author & Lifestyle Entrepreneur
I’m thrilled to be joined by Lewis Howes.
Lewis and I have been friends for 6 years or so. In that time I have seen Lewis become nothing less than a social media sensation!
But it was never always this way.
Lewis has certainly had his share of setbacks to overcome.
Episode 1: The creator of BAYWATCH shares how the billion dollar brand almost failed
Setbacks & Success shares the struggles and challenges of many of todays top entrepreneurs.
And my first guest is no exception.
It was the “most watched TV show in the world.”
At it’s peak, Baywatch had a weekly audience of 1.1 billion people in 148 countries, translated into 44 different languages.
However, the show was certainly not a success at first. In fact, it took 10 years of hard slog to get to our screens, and then, it was promptly cancelled after just one season.
Creator Greg Bonann takes us behind the scenes – and shares how he overcame almost insurmountable setbacks – to create what became – the most watched tv show on the planet.