Inspired Energy Podcast
In this episode I chat with Melanie Midegs, where we explore psychosomatic therapy, why technology will shift us to unplug, and her core message of humanity and sustainability before economics.
In this Roaring 20s episode, Ian shares his highlights of the last decade and predictions of this next – including why nesting is a crucial part of life and how the typical organisation won’t exist at the end of the next decade.
In this Roaring 20s episode, Leanne Hughes shares her highlights of the last decade including the search for purpose and the importance of self-reflection, and explores how to bring that into the decade to come.
In this Roaring 20s episode, Andrew Sloan reviews the last 15 years in technology advances, and how he is concluding the next decade will play out.
In this Roaring 20s episode, Luke Bayly shares his highlights of the last decade including career transitions and valuing people more, and explores his predictions of the decade to come.
In this first Roaring 20s episode, Murray looks back on his last decade covering work, business, relationships, family and wellness, and discusses his intentions in those areas for the coming decade.
Kate Smyth is an Olympian and naturopath who is passionate about supporting athletes around balance, performance and longevity.
In this episode I chat to Eddie Enever, a naturopath and cancer survivor who is out there to spread a very important message surrounding stress, health and lifestyle.
In this episode I chat with Wendy De Rosa. We discuss what intuition actually is and how it happens, the difference between empathy and empathic intuition, and how social media has impacted on how people are awakening.
Leah Keogh is a Strengths-based coach based out of Seattle, Washington state. She works with teams and large groups on assessing and bringing out strengths to achieve peak performance in both individuals and organizations.
In this episode I chat to Pete Holliday – a self confessed futurist – about why it’s important to consider the impact of future trends on organisations and leadership.
In this episode, I chat to Jason Vidovich about human nature, vulnerability in leadership and the trends happening with our health in the quest for efficiency.