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The Lemonade Principle (TLP) - Series One

A series of podcasts hosted by Chris Roberts, Engagement Manager with the School’s International, Engagement and Careers team.

In Series One, join entrepreneurs who are running for US Congress, to doing the impossible.

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Series One: Episode one

It's traditional, old and slow-paced but has the engine of a Ferrari: Dr Larry Lee
City at night

Series One: Episode two

If you want to go fast, walk alone. If you want to go far, walk together: Kiran Ramakrishna
Building with domed towers

Series One: Episode three

In this episode, we speak to creative connector, entrepreneur and Durham alumna, Meryl Levington
On Air sign, lit up

Series One: Episode four

Listen to Rian Ingrim as he talks about his time in the military, his drive to make a difference, and running for US Congress.
United States Capitol

Series One: Episode five

Not your typical business school graduate, Mike Burkly, talks about his career including humanitarian projects all around the world.
Hands holding onto a chain link fence

Series One: Episode six

Robert catches up with Anna Champion from her current base in Vietnam to chat to her all about her career and learnings.
Person riding bike in Vietnam

Series One: Episode seven

If you have no idea what you want to do, that's ok: Hans Geffert. Hans talks about his time on the Durham MBA and his plans for his career.
City and beach at night

Series One: Episode eight

In this episode Shirin Gerami talks about: There is no such thing as impossible. Listen to her talk about her career and achievements.
Person swimming at sunset

Series One: Episode nine

Align and realign: Dr David Brauer. David talks about his decision to study at Durham, and how he decided to start his company.
City at sunset

Series One: Episode ten

When your back is against the wall you do great things: Nicola Short. This is part one of two episodes (10 and 11).
People casting long shadows

Series One: Episode eleven

Reflect on your achievements: Nicola Short focuses on this in part two - this follows on from episode ten.
Durham Cathedral cloisters