A picture can paint a thousand words, I’m sure you would agree. Analogies and metaphors are a great way to make a memorable point.

My latest interviewee for the ‘Leadership Mindset’ podcast series is Suresh Bawa, and he is brilliant at using analogies to get a point across.

“It’s okay to have an umbrella but there’s no need to put it up until it rains!”

Suresh is an old friend and I have often sought his words of wisdom throughout my 11 year journey running my own business, and so I am especially excited to bring this latest podcast to you all.

Suresh is a serial entrepreneur with varying business interests in radio, media and marketing. He recently launched a national coffee business – the Sassy Coffee Company.

He is founding trustee of Promise Dreams, a national charity helping terminally and seriously ill children.

Having also worked and run various businesses in the West Midlands in recruitment and the finance sector, he now invests in new start-ups.

In 2016 he climbed Kilimanjaro with his son Arran, to raise money for Promise Dreams, and this year he is off to climb Mount Everest Base Camp to raise funds again.

His insights from his life experiences and business challenges were insightful and I’m sure will be useful for you on your journey.

You can access the podcast:
–    on my website here
–    on iTunes here
–    on Stitcher here
–    You can also search for Leadership Mindset by Tony Brooks on podcast Apps

I hope you find this podcast interesting and please feel free to share, subscribe and explore others in the series.

If you feel you need support in your leadership role, please give me a call on 07912 143040 or email me at tony@theleadershiptrainingworkshop.com and we can discuss how I can support your leadership development.