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‘The Diary of a CEO’: Steven Bartlett and the Importance of His New Partnership With Her Majesty’s Prison Service

An insight into Steven Bartlett’s new partnership with Her Majesty’s Prison Service to make his renowned podcast ‘The Diary of a CEO’ available to inmates across the UK; his hopes to inspire and shift negative stigmas surrounding mental health.

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An insight into Steven Bartlett’s new partnership with Her Majesty’s Prison Service to make his renowned podcast ‘The Diary of a CEO’ available to inmates across the UK; his hopes to inspire and shift negative stigmas surrounding mental health.

British entrepreneur Steven Bartlett is widely recognized for his No.1 podcast ‘The Diary of a CEO’, an insightful journey into the minds of some of the world’s most influential and motivational individuals. Guests such as Nick Jones, founder of the renowned private members club ‘Soho House’ and professional boxer Chris Eubank Jr. appear on the podcast to provide audiences across the world with a personal look into the hardships that they have endured to reach the levels of success that they encounter today. With each episode, it becomes clear that it is the deep and charismatic nature of each interview that differentiates this podcast series from the vast majority of others available; the word ‘diary’ within the title itself reflects the raw level of honesty from each guest given in the details of becoming their own version of a ‘CEO’.

Recently, Steven made the announcement across various social media platforms that …”we’ve partnered with Her Majesty’s Prison Service to bring The Diary of a CEO to prison cells up and down the country providing thousands of young people and young adults with inspirational content via in-cell technology!”. This deal allows young incarcerated individuals the opportunity to witness how like to the majority of guests featured on his podcast, they too can make a positive step to change their lives around for the better. Across the UK, mental health within prisons is becoming an increasingly alarming issue, with over 45% of young adults in 2021 suffering from poor mental health, such as anxiety or depression.

The central themes that run across all of Stevens’ podcasts are the motivation and determination to create a better future; to re-write your path in accordance with your desire. This step is significant in marking a pivotal movement in the direction of battling the stigma of speaking to others as opposed to suffering alone, each episode not only teaching inmates but allowing them to feel a sense of security and validity in conversing with others regarding inner battles that they may be experiencing.

Steven Bartlett has used his business-orientated background to create an innovative platform that can be used by both inmates of today and generations to come; each episode inspires inmates across the UK with a sense of comfort in knowing that one’s past does not define who they are in the present, and who they can strive to become in the future.

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