In this episode I chat with Peter Karounos about personal development and the skills needed to effectively be able to work on yourself, how we can become trapped into doing personal development for the sake of it, and how the best way to integrate and activate your insights and learnings is to talk about them with others.
In this episode Bek Smith discusses the practical strategies and concepts of mental health and mental fitness, as well as how we can balance our mental strength, flexibility and endurance.
In this episode, I chat with Alessandra Edwards. Alessandra is a high performance and wellbeing expert, coach and trainer. Alessandra is passionate about helping leaders understand their own genetic limits so they can achieve their maximum potential and reach exceptional levels of physical and mental performance.
In this episode I chat with Kristen Ulmer, who is a thought leader on fear and anxiety. Kristen draws from her tenure as the most ‘fearless’ female extreme skier in the world, from intently studying Zen for 16 years and also from facilitating thousands of clients on flow and peak performance.
In this episode I chat with Kirsty McCulloch all about sleep, fatigue and human factors. She literally wakes companies up, and helps employees get enough sleep and arrive at work full of energy to start the day.
In this episode I chat with Sharon Hespe, a naturopath who is also known as The Good Gut Girl and who wholeheartedly believes that it is possible to change your life through good gut health.
In this episode, my wife Tammy and I discuss tips for working from home, including learning what things work and what don’t.
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.
Episode 53 – Stef Loader | Passionate about rural NSW, company director, geologist and former mining executive
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.