Patrick speaks with 2020 US Presidential Candidate, Brock Pierce, former child actor, turned techentrepreneur, crypto pioneer and philanthropist. Brock has recently announced his presidential run to be the 46th President of the United States of America.
Patrick speaks with Baroness Michelle Mone OBE, an entrepreneur, a global speaker, and a parliamentarian in the House of Lords. Despite growing up in the East End of Glasgow with few resources, Michelle has become one of the most powerful women and successful entrepreneurs globally.
Patrick speaks with Tim Draper, Silicon Valley venture capitalist, the Founding Partner of Draper Associates, and the Founder of Draper University. He has invested in 600+ companies in over 40 countries, backing transformative companies, including Tesla, Baidu, Skype, SpaceX, Twitch, and Hotmail.
Patrick speaks with Caroline Rush, the Chief Executive of The British Fashion Council. She promotes British fashion globally and hosts The British Fashion Awards, a world-renowned event celebrating excellence in the fashion industry.
Patrick speaks with Alan Yau, Founder & CEO of Softchow, a food industry leader, and Michelin Star awarded British restauranteur. He has grown many ventures, including Wagamama, Hakkasan, Yauatcha, and Park Chinois. Alan is the recipient of the OBE for his contribution to UK business.
Patrick speaks with Dr. Malvika Iyer, an international motivational speaker, social worker, and a disability rights activist. Malvika is a Bomb Blast survivor and therefore has a unique story. With her experience, she hopes to establish a more inclusive society. In the episode, Malvika shares how her resilient story.
Patrick speaks with David Yeung, an environmental advocate and Founder and CEO of Green Monday, a Hong Kong-based social venture. The company addresses the World’s most present crises, including climate change, food insecurity, and public health, and promotes a plant-based lifestyle.
Patrick speaks with Marin Minamiya, the youngest Japanese person to scale Mount Everest at 19. In the episode, Marin shares her experience in climbing, the perspective of outdoor activities, and how she completed the challenges, including gaining support from her family and friends in addition to conquering the peaks.
Patrick speaks with Sebastian Copeland, French-British-American photographer and Founder & CEO of the SEDNA Foundation. Sebastian talks about his Polar expeditions, personal mission, and steps to becoming a better person. He also discusses the climate crisis and geopolitics.
Patrick speaks with Jim Rogers, an American investor and financial commentator based in Singapore. In the episode, Jim talks about his story of being an entrepreneur since he was five years old, his career path, the mentality of succeeding in the business world, and life lessons.
Patrick Tsang interviews John Barnes, former Liverpool and England footballer. Now sports commentator and anti-racism activist in the UK talks about his childhood, the prejudices he has faced as a footballer, and his views on diversity and racism.