Eat The Pudding First: The Takeaway
Following the publication of his best-selling book Eat The Pudding First, Gary is opening up the conversation in his new podcast series and is joined by an array of guests as he delves deeper into certain chapters. From talking about the importance of Non-Executive Directors to navigating the challenge of managing difficult people, Gary and his guests explore what it means to start and run a business in the modern world.
Previously Business Britain 2.0. Browse through the episodes below, or subscribe on your chosen podcast platform.
9 November 2022
In this vibrant episode, Gary chats to Karl about his successes, his failures, and the lessons learnt along the way.
2 November 2022
In this week's episode, we talk about how NEDs operate, what they bring to the table, and why bringing one on board could be the right move for you.
26 October 2022
Maria Brito helps some of the biggest names in show business, and firms on Wall Street, use art to inspire and empower.
19 October 2022
Gary talks to Susi about her career journey, how she found her calling, and the legacy she hopes to leave on a continent she now considers her second home.
12 October 2022
Together, Thomas and Gary discuss their experiences of working with others, DISC theory, and a number of other anecdotes.
22 December 2021
The tables are turned in this episode as Gary talks through his optimism for a post-Covid, post-Brexit Britain.
16 December 2021
Gary speaks to Ann Hiatt, veteran of Silicon Valley https://youtu.be/04AJLOCmbSM
12 November 2021
Gary speaks to Liz Martins, Senior Economist at HSBC https://youtu.be/6tHgLPaDXZU
21 October 2021
Gary speaks to Albany Beck Associate Partner, Tasneem Aliewi. https://youtu.be/6eKbRyoFphE
19 October 2021
Gary speaks to businessman, author and philanthropist Jim Mellon. https://youtu.be/xjsckqMROus This episode was recorded on Zoom due to Covid-19 restrictions.
19 October 2021
Gary speaks to businessman, entrepreneur and investor Luke Johnson. https://youtu.be/9as26LwjIms This episode was recorded on Zoom due to Covid-19 restrictions.