Episode 1

We're Back!

We are back for a third season in under a year but let's face it, if it weren't for a certain C-word....Yes, we meant Covid, we would have just spent this time sat in traffic.

Season 3 is the ‘Hybrid’ season, bucking the trend and professionalism of other podcasts where the listener knows what they are going to get, we do the opposite and mix it up.

We have episodes where Tim and Steve wang on about stuff and try to relate it to marketing! Sometimes successfully, sometimes not!

We have invited some previous guests back as full co-hosts and we have whole new interview-style shows too.

This episode is another typically not very marketing flavoured episode, but it does include interesting bits like 

  • The mandatory CV19 mention
  • Changing perspectives
  • WFH is the symptom of change, it's the tip of the iceberg
  • The relationship between work and identity of self
  • Marketing is about psychology, not sales
  • Are marketing and communications the same job anymore?
  • A very good seagull joke at around 27 mins
  • Redefining the word customer
  • And two readings from the HIUT Denim yearbook

Hope you enjoy the show, you can let us know what you think in the reviews section as long as it's over 4.9 stars otherwise go whistle in the wind 

Love Tim & Steve


About the Podcast

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REMarkable!
A podcast where we have good conversations with people doing remarkable things in their life or work so that they may inspire us to do the remarkable too..

About your hosts

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Tim Elliott

Hi I’m Tim,

Thank you for visiting my profile, please, let me take a moment to introduce myself.

For 20 years I've worked in the creative services industry providing strategic thinking and creative services to hundreds, if not, thousand’s of businesses. From owning my own agencies to working on the client side with great organisations in CMO level roles.

For the last 5 years, I’ve evolved. From the lofty heights of the creative services industry I’ve been fortunate to re-identify as a teacher and a facilitator. Now working with leaders and organisations that don’t just want something completed on their behalf, but want to truly understand, co-create and build great brand strategies, stories and purpose-driven cultures.

My work regularly manifests through public speaking, delivering keynotes as well as workshops with leaders and their teams on how creative, purpose-driven strategies can help them create a remarkable brand.

As a facilitator my deeper strategic and discovery work I complete through my role as a design strategist for The Spill Teem®. The Spill Teem are a creative team of strategists who work with organiszations worldwide to help develop their thinking culture. You can find out more about The Spill Teem® in the experience part of my profile below.

Outside of the ‘day job’ type work I also am proud to be the host of The REMarkable Podcast, where I and my co host Steve, have long-form, free-flowing conversations with people doing remarkable things in their life or work so that their stories might inspire us to remarkable things too. You can listen and subscribe here: www.remarkablepodcast.co.uk

You may also have noticed in my headline a mention of running. I am a full-fledged member of the cult of running and if you don’t find me on zoom I'm more than likely running around the hills, trails and roads of the East Midlands. I actually host a running network group, M&E (Move & Elevate), where we mix business and running together in a mastermind group connected with nature and movement. If you want to learn more please drop me a message.

I think that’s enough about me now, so, what about you?
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Steven Rick

Keen cyclist, marketer, education and tech player, Steve RIck (@SteverickUK on most the social accounts) has been a propositonal and strategic marketer for 10 years or more.

With £1m + rebrands, and launches of new products and services from a myriad of different sectors, Steve has helped start-ups, and well-recognised brands with their marketing, so has a lot to say on most subjects....Although not all of it is coherent!