The Inside Shift

The Inside Shift shares the work of author and lawyer, Emma Bell with practical tips for a calmer, happier, more fulfilling life.

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Nov 1st, 2017 by theinsideshift at 10:17 pm


Mary Shores is the founder and CEO of a multi-million dollar business, one of the most unique collection agencies in the USA.

Recognised as a leader of innovative thought.Mary has spent over a decade teaching businesses and individuals how to inspire others, create new ways of thinking, identify and achieve their goals, and take action to create truly meaningful results.

She is the revolutionary founder of the groundbreaking Conscious Communications system, which produces positive results through positive action. Mary travels around the world giving lectures and teaching courses, and has been featured on US radio and television shows, podcasts, and blogs.

The podcast will be available on 2 November on iTunes, Google Play and other major podcast sites.

Oct 11th, 2017 by theinsideshift at 8:06 pm

'I’m delighted to have Andy Cope as our guest on the Inside Shift Podcast this week. Andy is energetic and inspiring, and he shares really practical tips for becoming more energised and happier in our lives - starting right now! 

Andy is a best-selling author who has written ‘The Art of Being Brilliant’ and ‘Be Brilliant Everyday’ and ‘The Art of Being a Brilliant Teenager’ - the UK’s first positive psychology book for young people.’

Sep 27th, 2017 by theinsideshift at 9:48 pm

Often described as one of the most authentic and inspiring souls you can meet, Alisoun is on a mission to inspire business owners and entrepreneurs to grow profitable businesses that make a difference in the world.

Alisoun’s keynote talks, training, mentoring, and best-selling books Give-to-Profit and Heartatude have favorably changed the good fortune of thousands of people worldwide. In this podcast Alisoun talks about the key transformations in her life and how we can all live more fully.

Sep 13th, 2017 by theinsideshift at 9:05 pm
 In 1996 Rob started to study how the mind influences disease processes.

He noticed that emotions and beliefs directly influence symptoms and diseases. This is the topic he writes about in his first book “Healing Psyche“.

In it he explains the influence of the mind on the process of cancer from a scientific point of view.

Based on his knowledge and experience he devised several models to help people heal quickly and efficiently and later expanded his approach to help people to become happier and healthier.

In this week’s podcast, Rob talks about specific examples of conditions that arise from emotional responses and how we can manage those responses to as to heal the condition.

You can find The Inside Shift on all major podcast channels and listen to our interview starting 14 September.

Aug 30th, 2017 by theinsideshift at 9:43 pm
Paul McGee is one of the UK's leading speakers on the subject of change, workplace relationships and motivation. His provocatively titled book SUMO (Shut Up, Move On) became an instant best seller and his book on Self Confidence reached number one in the WHSmith's business book chart and remained the for a further 24 weeks.
 He has appeared on BBC Breakfast television and is a regular contributor on BBC Radio.
In this entertaining podcast interview, Paul shares practical and instantly applicable ways to build energy, positivity and confidence.

The podcast will be available on 31 August on iTunes, Google Play and other major podcast sites. 
Aug 16th, 2017 by theinsideshift at 9:26 pm


The Inside Shift Interviews Jen Riday, Podcast 17– 17 August 2017

Jen Riday is a Women's Happiness Expert and host of the Vibrant Happy Women podcast. Jen shows women how to let go of "busyness" and guilt and live vibrant, happy lives through her online programs Time Mastery for Women and the Vibrant Happy Women Academy and the free Vibrant Happy Women Facebook Group. 

During our interview, Jen gives some great tips and tricks to live a vibrant and happy life.

The podcast will be available on 17 August on iTunes, Google Play and other major podcast sites.


Aug 2nd, 2017 by theinsideshift at 8:30 pm

Maxine Harley is a psychologist, psychotherapist, childhood recovery coach and therapeutic self-development mentor to people who want to understand and manage their emotions, boundaries and behaviours.

Maxine helps people to FEEL better, so they can BE, DO and HAVE better in their lives.

Maxine has a Masters Degree in Psychotherapy and over 20 years clinical experience.  During our podcast  interview, Maxine provides very practical advice on how we can all release ourselves from the patterns that may play out in our relationships as a result of difficulties we have faced during childhood.
Jul 19th, 2017 by theinsideshift at 8:38 pm


Cortney Donelson holds a Master’s Degree from Ithaca College in New York and professional certifications in human resources and the health sciences. However, she was compelled to pursue writing, speaking, and coaching after experiencing one of the greatest tragedies a marriage can face.

Her book,Clay Jar, Cracked, is the story about her willingness to change her mindset to find hope and reconciliation in the face of that tragedy. In this podcast Cortney shares her harrowing journey from discovering the truth of her husband’s sex addiction to working with him as a mentor to other couples facing similar difficulties.



Jul 5th, 2017 by theinsideshift at 9:39 pm

DEBBI DACHINGER is a Media Personality who has been interviewed on over 800 media outlets. She is a syndicated, award-winning radio host and producer, interviews celebs on the red carpet, is an on-camera event host, keynote speaker, a certified coach and author of international bestselling books. 

In this interview, Debbi talks about her own Inside Shift that led her to do the work she is now involved in, and how she helps her clients be at their best when presenting to the media. What Debbi shares resonates with The Inside Shift – that when we break the patterns that hold us back, we can fulfill our personal potential.

The podcast is scheduled for 6 July on iTunes, Google Play and other major podcast sites. 

Jun 21st, 2017 by theinsideshift at 8:13 pm

The Inside Shift Interviews David Eustace, Chancellor, Edinburgh Napier University - Podcast 13 - 22 June 2017

Leaving school at 16 with an Art O'level, David worked in various jobs. At 18, David served on a Royal Navy Minesweeper, and at 21 became a prison officer at HM Prison Barlinnie. 

At 28, David returned, as a mature student, to full-time education at Edinburgh Napier University. He graduated 3 years later with a BA Distinction in Photographic Studies.

At 32, David worked at GQ / Vogue and other London-based magazines. For 15 years he split his time between homes in Glasgow and New York City.

In 2011, he received an Honorary Dr. of Arts for his contribution in his chosen field. In 2012, Panasonic based their global Lumix TV and print campaign around David's work.

His work is held in both private and public art collections and in 2015 he was the first photographic artist to have an exhibition in The Scottish Gallery's 173-year history. In the same year, David became The Chancellor of Edinburgh Napier University, a post he will serve in for 5 years.


The podcast is scheduled for 22 June on iTunes, Google Play and other major podcast sites.