Business, Interrupted

Trent Peek & Richard Ardis

Business, Interrupted is an open and honest account from two best friends who decided to go into business together in the midst of a global pandemic. Trent and Richard reveal all as they share the reality of growing a business in 2020, managing it beyond, and how friendship turned to entrepreneurship.

No filters or frills, just real talk on how it’s time to scrap the old strategy, tear up the rulebook, forget the old tricks and open our focus to modern day, successful business.

Listen in to hear Trent and Richard bare all as they openly share their secrets, biggest hurdles, greatest milestones and journey to enabling greatness, with the help of some guest speakers along the way too.

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9: Education: Every day is a school day
9: Education: Every day is a school day
Remote working, homeschooling, all changes we’ve had to endure and immerse ourselves into over the last 12 months, but what has the experience really been like from the perspective of a teacher? Episode 9 of Business, Interrupted reveals all. In amidst the school closures, remote learning and preparing to return back to the classroom full time, Trent and Richard caught up with friend and secondary school teacher, Rob Williams, to better understand the impact the current climate is having on the education system, students, teachers and society in general. With flexible working options being one of the biggest positive changes for many industries more recently, will the education system be able to offer a similar incentive for teachers and students, or will we experience the opposite with an increased number of pressures? During this episode Trent, Richard and Rob discuss the following: the challenges and obstacles the education sector, teachers and parents have faced over the last 12 months, a heart wrenching reminder of the emerging socio-economic divide, if technology-based remote learning is the future or a limiting alternative to classroom learning, a comparison of how the last 12 months has shaped a different future and perspective in business vs education and teaching, the perspective of businesses and the working world from the eyes and mindset of a teacher and what changes we need to see from both the education sector and businesses in order to better prepare future generations.If you’re wanting to hear some business truths and personal insights, you’ve found yourself in the right place! Hit subscribe to make sure you never miss a future episode. Hosted on Acast. See for more information.