Friday, 28 February 2014

The MYOB Show - Episode 8

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British talk radio On-demand - proving that life is more than the 9 to 5!

On The MYOB Talk Radio Show - the UK’s only talk radio show dedicated to small business and freelance life - this week we discover...

Part 1: 

Health: Easy Ways to Stay Healthy and Happy at Work with Alison Davies (of Fair Trade jewellery company Danusha and Mark Earnden (celebrity chef from The Food Education Company)

Part 2: 

Business: Getting your Message Heard by the Press with expert help from Tom Keighley Editor at Business News Network and PR professional Keith Newman of Highlights PR.

Part 3: 

Creative: How to be Pro-Photographer with photographer and legend Laura Pearman of Pearman Photography.

Part 4:

 Travel: Holiday for Pennies Part 2 - Today Dom O'Neill (the man who loves a bargain) and Alistair Goodier (a chap who loves an upgrade) discover how to fly abroad for far less than you'd think. Need a holiday? On a tight budget? Then you need to listen to this weeks The MYOB Show!

With your host Dom O'Neill
Plus we play too great music too...

Annie Lennox - Walking On Broken Glass 
Madonna - Like A Prayer
It Means Nothing - Stereophonics
ELO - Mr Bright Sky

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What is The MYOB Show?

The MYOB Show is the UK’s newest and most honest talk radio show giving creative small businesses and freelancers free advice on how to succeed in the digital world.

The MYOB Show is here to help you live the dream! On the radio as a talk radio show & online as a Podcast.

It’s the one stop shop for those who want to make the most out of their lives. With useful tips, discussions and information to help folk discover that life is more than 9 to 5.

Want to know more?

We have loads of really useful blogs, radio shows and Podcasts via our web site at

If you have a story we should be talking about please do get in touch at [email protected] or via Twitter.

Take care,

Dom O'Neill

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