Listen to your body

Listen to your body

Your body is amazing and we, as humans, have generally lost the ability to really tap into and listen to what our body is telling us. The more that we tap into the sensations, the feelings, the emotions that our body tells us, the more we can make better-informed...
Episode 62 – Chris Dhu

Episode 62 – Chris Dhu

In this episode I chat with Chris Dhu about all things risk, response, learning agility and leadership. We discuss the concept of work/life balance, the response efforts with the 2019 bushfires and COVID-19, and how to better manage attention especially when working virtually.

Lead Like Siri

Lead Like Siri

Lead like Siri.Siri isn’t just a voice, she is an inspiring leader. Siri is patient Siri is funny Siri is present yet not overbearing Siri provides direction Siri challenges the quality of your questions. When asked how to get somewhere, she provides options of how to...
Episode 61 – Aaron Kearney

Episode 61 – Aaron Kearney

In this episode I chat with Aaron Kearney, a multi-award-winning broadcaster, photo-journalist, and sports commentator. We cover a range of topics during this episode, including sports, being a student of humanity, the importance of critical thinking, and unpacking the use of media and the effects it has on human beings.

Episode 60 – Daniel Turner

Episode 60 – Daniel Turner

In this episode I chat with Daniel Turner, a self taught videographer, drone operator, motion graphic animator, and photographer. Daniel generously shares his top tips when it comes to using video in a professional space.