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Curly Martin interviews

Listen to Curly being interviewed. We have selected two of her BBC Radio interviews to give you a feel for the vast range of appeal her work has for an audience. Peter Day interviews Curly for the 'In Business' programme on Life Coaching. Curly demonstrates Life Coaching on air by actually coaching the presenter, Peter Day. This is a very interesting interview because Peter Day is not convinced by Life Coaching and is a reluctant client. Also interviewed during the Peter Day programme are Phil Roberts (trained as a coach with Curly Martin) Joy Craddock (Client of Curly Martin). Update: Peter acted on the agreed commitments he made during the live on-air coaching session and was pleased with the changes.

The Radio Solent interview is very upbeat, fun, lively, and paints a picture of Curly’s personal achievements and the main focus of The Personal Success Handbook.

We are mentioned in Woman & Home May 2012 edition page 75

Curly BBC Radio Solent Interview

You can listen to Curly being interviewed on BBC Radio Solent about her book 'The Personal Success Handbook’. This is a short interview which is high energy and light-hearted in nature. It will give you a feel for the book and the drivers behind the book. Enjoy listening by clicking on the play button below.

You can read about Jon Cuthill by clicking on this link:-
 www.bbc.co.uk/local/hampshire/hi/tv_and_radio/ 

Curly BBC Radio 'In Business Programme Interview

Click Here to listen to Curly Martin on Radio 4 with Peter Day

Curly was invited to be interviewed by Peter Day for the 'In Business' programme on Life Coaching. She demonstrates Life Coaching on air by actually coaching the presenter, Peter Day. Also interviewed during the programme Phil Roberts (trained as a coach with Curly Martin) Joy Craddock (Client of Curly Martin), Sir John Whitmore and Fiona Harrold.

NB. Peter acted on the agreed commitments he made during the coaching session. Enjoy listening.

Curly Reviewing 'The Ramen Girl' DVD 

Curly was interviewed by the renowned radio broadcaster Tim Burden discussing the DVD The Ramen Girl and the parallels with her situation and how life coaching could change the outcomes and make achieving goals less stressful and more enjoyable. The Ramen Girl is a story about a woman who finds herself in Japan without any money, no boyfriend, no job and how she turns this around and becomes a celebrated Ramen (special Japanese soup) chef. To listen to the interview use this player.

You can read about Tim Burden by clicking on this link   www.voice123.com/timburden

Curly on The Coaching Radio Show

LISTEN to Curly’s interview on The coaching Show recorded live on Wednesday 20th October 2010. Curly was invited to be interviewed by the host Christopher McAuliffe.on The Coaching Show, an Internet radio show on wsradio.com, you can listen by visiting the website.

http://wsradio.com/four-secrets-to-college-life-creates-for-coaches/  

Curly on The Motivation Podcast

LISTEN to Curly’s interview with Eve Margrett on the motivational podcast topic of 'Winning Attitude' recorded 16/12/10. Curly gives the listeners some easy to do exercises which allow the listener to examine their current attitudes and she give you a positive attitude exercise. A real must listen. You can listen to it by following this link:  http://bit.ly/fyCxCo and search for Special Episode: A Winning Attitude!

Curly was interviewed Britains Next Top Coach

Curly was interviewed on Brtiains Next Top coach, she explained how she entered coaching, her background, some tips on how to be successful. Curly was one of the Coaching Experts on the panel of Britains Next Top Coach. (sadly this interview is no longer available)


 

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