PODCAST INTERVIEW WITH SCOTT LAIDLER: MY CAREER, SUCCESS, MY BATTLES WITH ANXIETY AND SEXUALITY

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22nd April 2019

This Monday just gone, a new interview that I recorded with the lovely Scott Laidler went live on his podcast.

Click for HERE for podcast interview

Scott is a Health Podcaster / Health & Fitness Columnist for @TelegraphMen ,  and personal trainer To The UK Film industry transforming the physiques of Oscar winning actors, Paralympic athletes, and military service personnel. He provides Online personal training and health centred life coaching services worldwide.

Check out his website for more details

His podcast series is titled “Healthy Ambition” where Scott interviews high performing individuals about their journey to success, daily rituals and performance hacks.

Scott had heard about my interview with Jamie Day for Man Talk where I had talked about my struggles with anxiety and mental health since my teenage years. He said he wanted to discuss with me further about how I overcame those struggles have been able to also have a successful career.

So here it is!! I feel honoured to have been asked by Scott and it was privilege to do the interview with him. I hope what I’ve discussed will help others in the future.

Click for HERE for full podcast interview.

Here’s Scott’s social media channels should you wish to follow him. Here he deals with all kinds of health issues and concerns including fitness, diet, online personal training etc. You can also read his column at telegraph.co.uk

Instagram : @scottlaidlerfitness

Facebook: @scottlaidlerfitness

Twitter: @scott_laidler

Below is a small excerpt from the interview.

Hey guys, on this show I am joined by world-renowned hairstylist Neil Moodie. Neil has worked with many of Hollywood's leading ladies and the most famous models and brands in the world. We discuss Neil's long battle with anxiety and how establishing congruence in ones personality helps to manage it, we also explore triggers and origins of anxiety and how they can be linked to sexuality, parental issues and unexplored inner work. We also speak about how, as a creative, you can follow your instincts, take the right risks and establish yourself in the creative fields. 

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