Inspired Energy Podcast
Inspired conversations with Murray Guest.
I love having conversations that matter and connecting with people who are passionate about their area of expertise, helping them share their inspiration and practical tips. You’ll find inspiring episodes on strengths, leadership, culture, health, mindset, fear, and more. Of course, everyone also shares their definition of Inspired Energy!
If you’re interested in being a guest on the podcast and sharing your insights, knowledge and tips to live an inspired life, click below.
We are currently in the throes of COVID-19 – Coronavirus – and in this episode my discussion with Julie Jones is centred around how this virus could help us all innovate, create better work environments, and utilise productivity in a much better way.
In this episode Stef Loader and I chat about the effects of the NSW drought, how geology contains storytelling and engagement, and why we need human-centred design when it comes to technology.
In this episode I chat with Dave McKeown – speaker, leadership trainer, business advisor and author of The Self Evolved Leader. We discuss key concepts including the cycle of mediocrity, collective shared goals, and how to implement a change in perception.
In this Roaring 20s episode Charlotte Jameson shares insights from the last decade and predictions for the next, including the shifts in mental health, how we can be a better person as a result of going to work, and what safety really means in the workplace.
In this episode I chat with Steph Clarke, where she shares insights from the last decade and predictions for the next. We dive deep into book recommendations, hard hitting facilitation and career pivots.
In this Roaring 20s episode Mel Kettle shares insights from the last decade and predictions for the next, including why we shouldn’t keep our personal and business ’selves’ separate, communication preferences, and the importance of kindness.
In this episode I chat with Brandon Miller, where he shares insights from the last decade and predictions for the next. We speak about people leadership versus process/project leadership and why it is so important to learn our strengths in parenting.
In this Roaring 20s episode, Zach Lohrisch shares insights from the last decade and predictions for the next, including the rise and long-term impact of the social enterprise.
In this Roaring 20s episode, Shane and Angelina share their personal development revelations over the last decade and how utilising the breath to its full capacity can allow you to move forward with ease.
In this episode I chat with Ken Barr Jnr where he shares insights from the last decade and predictions for the next, including how strengths will be paramount in the context of teaching and learning.
In this Roaring 20s episode I chat with Becky Hammond, who is dedicated to making relationships easier. We speak about the importance of community, of how to integrate the low times into our story, and savouring what you have right now.
In this Roaring 20s episode, Dr Kristy Goodwin shares insights into how technology is impacting our psychological and physical wellbeing plus our productivity and performance (and what we can do about it).