Learn from those who did it different.
Different Works is Sort's fortnightly podcast series hosted by Josh Sultan. Each episode brings a ton of insight into the careers of those who have taken unconventional paths, made mistakes along the way, and made it work.
Episode 6: Bobby Seagull - on grit and resisting failure
How do the most successful among us deal with failure? What can you do to bounce back and safeguard your mental wellbeing?We spoke to maths advocate and TV personality Bobby Seagull to find out.
Episode 5: Liya Dong & Varenya Aguru - on environmentally friendly entrepreneurship
Founders of eco-friendly menstrual products company Lotus.Eco, Liya Dong and Varenya Aguru spoke to us about their entrepreneurial journey, learning from failures, and why they made the decision to start their own company.
Episode 4: Jonas Saul - on what it takes to be an author
Jonas is a prolific thriller author and serial entrepreneur. He's on the show to talk about authorship. What does it take to make it as an author? Could anybody do it? Click here to see more of Jonas.
Episode 3: Keshav Bhatt - on entrepreneurship, coaching, and finding your path
Keshav is a veteran content creator and leadership coach. He's dedicated his life to helping others improve theirs. We brought him on the show to talk about coaching and mentoring, whether university is the right choice, and how to create your own curriculum.
Episode 2: Beth Thomas - on non-traditional jobs, social media, and work-life balance
In this episode we're featuring Beth Thomas— an industry leader in Social Media Marketing, and a Content and Campaigns Manager at TikTok. Beth talks about the advantages of working in an industry that's so new, the importance of work-life balance in your twenties, and shares some personal anecdotes about aphantasia.
Episode 1: Lucy Griffiths - on finding your career purpose, and working when you're neurodivergent
We kick off Different Works with our very own Lucy Griffiths, co-founder of Sort Your Future. Lucy talks about challenging the education system, how design thinking can help young people get more out of their early careers, and how neurodivergence can be an advantage for both employees and employers.