On this week's straight-talking smart tech podcast, The Hack hosts Leon, Paul and Jo are joined by Luke Scott. 
I felt comfort in suicide - Luke Scott 
The Hack is back, this episode with special guest Luke Scott. Luke's visit to the podcast was all-encompassing and jumped across a range of fascinating topics, leaving it as an episode that you won't want to miss. 
What’s discussed? 
The guys start by talking in-depth about some of the things Luke is passionate about. From the music that gets him pumped up and ready to take on the day, to the books that he's read and the topics that truly grab him, this podcast offers you a much deeper insight into the mindset of a business winner, and how listening to Adele can be one of the best things to do in a difficult time. 
The main point of discussion on this week's episode was surrounding mental health. As we all know mental health is something that affects all of us on a day to day basis. The guys talk about an issue that has affected many people recently, and that is the way that lockdown has had an impact on all of us. From difficulties in staying as active as we were before the pandemic to the support networks that we all need when we're struggling, this episode hits a lot of important notes that any of us need to hear in difficult times. 
There is also a thorough discussion surrounding Andy's Man Club. 
Andy's Man Club is a mental health support network set up following the unexpected passing of the founder's close friend. It's a place that men can go to find support and help, allowing people to reach out and talk about the problems they've faced. 
The Hack is proud to support Andy's Man Club and will continue to do so in order to support those that need mental health support in modern society. If you find yourself affected by any of the issues discussed in this episode, don't be afraid to reach out and get the help you need.This unique podcast takes a look at the life and career of Murphy Lee, what it was like growing up in St Louis and what’s in the future for this lyrical genius. Honest, warm and friendly, he and the hosts reflect on his lyric writing process and how America and the UK differ. They discuss learning from failure, coping when things go wrong and self-knowledge. It’s also a profound look at the various issues affecting people today and how hard success is, despite how easy everything looks on Instagram or social media. He looks at how he keeps going even when things are hard, learning to focus and ‘just do it’. 
As a self-confessed huge fan of technology, Murphy Lee reflects on how the world has changed and how the pandemic has affected life on both sides of the Atlantic. Diving deeper, he discusses where he gets inspiration, his constant quest for knowledge, and some of his very favourite lyrics. This artist is known for his early talent and his incredible collaborations with other rappers. The podcast also discusses his upcoming music, what has influenced his career and his favourite feel-good playlist. He talks about the books he read which affected him, from the dictionary to the work of Elijah Muhammad and how important it is to continue learning from everything. 
The powerful message that everything is temporary and it’s okay to need help is incredibly refreshing, especially from such a talented and highly-regarded rapper. This open discussion about life in the modern world covers everything from feeling low to trying new careers to legalising cannabis. He encourages listeners to be humble, believe in themselves and treat others with respect. Listen now for a unique and honest discussion about life in 2021 for Murphy Lee and the Think Cloud team. 
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