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Sarah Weiler on teaching ukulele to google, knowing when to quit, and juggling multiple projects
[Clip] What do you do - 'just because you like doing it'?
If you've ever had a crazy creative idea for a business or project, and then you've talked yourself out of it because you couldn't see where it will go and what the point was, and how you could ever make some money out of it. Well, this is gonna be a great podcast for you.
Sarah Weiler, runs a business called Power of Uke, teaching ukulele to giant corporations such as Google. Sarah also runs a London comedy club that has been running for six years ever since she launched it during a programme I used to run, called the 30 Day Challenge. On top of this, she has collaborated with Airbnb, and she's given a TEDx talk.
Sarah has so many creative projects she wants to pursue, but she developed some really interesting ideas about how to manage them all and how to decide which ones to continue and which ones to quit.
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[Clip] Co-creating can get your project off the ground much faster
Sarah has spent the last 12 years teaching, facilitating and coaching all over the world and working hard to build a life full of activities that make her feel alive.
She did John's 30 Day Challenge in 2014 and where she performed stand-up for the first time and started a hugely successful comedy night - Rye Laughs.
She proudly calls herself a multi-passionate and her current projects include: Power of Uke (using the ukulele to access Growth Mindset and Creativity in corporate organisations like Google and PWC) DJing at Glastonbury, stand-up comedy, career and life coaching, teaching money mindset, becoming a TEDx speaker around the topic of Quitting and most recently creating The Carousel.
She has had 2 viral videos: The GDPR Song in 2018 and 'No More Corona (a Macarena Parody)' in 2020.