Posts Tagged ‘belief systems’

Ep. 102 Emotional Capacity, Spirituality & Healing Disease Through Healthy Habits, With Former NRL Coach Matthew Elliott

Matty Elliott is a former professional rugby league player, former NRL coach and currently still commentating for the NRL, all this at the highest level and had a successful career in each area. However, as with most elite coaches and athletes I have on this podcast, we barely talk about the sport. He’s also the…

Ep. 97 The Power Of Persistence, Plus Shifting Gender Inequality, With Dr Bridie O’Donnell

Dr Bridie O’Donnell is a Medical doctor with an interest in Sports and Exercise Medicine. She’s a World Record holder in track cycling and a champion for many different road cycling events, Seven time National rowing champion, completed the Hawaiian  ironman and now works as the Head for the Office for Women in Sport &…

Ep.96 Developing Empowering Mindsets By Not Taking No For An Answer, with Shannon Willoughby

Shannon Willoughby is a pilot, a very successful entrepreneur, a former elite athlete and an all-round genuine legend. Shannon played World Cup Rugby for the New Zealand Black Ferns, winning the World Cup title in 2006. She was also a member of the International Women’s leadership Forum in 2017 where she met and learned from…

Ep. 95 Nam Baldwin, Zero Tolerance & Emotional Hygiene

Nam drops value bomb after value bomb in regards to your emotional intelligence, with tools and strategies for you to develop greater resilience, happiness and impact in your life.  This episode is a Q&A with Nam from our recent program – The Impact Journey. As a reminder Nam Baldwin is an Elite Performance Coach, Corporate…

Ep 93. The Untold Story – The Impact Of Murder On Our Family, with Wendy Robinson

Wendy Robinson is my courageous, strong, loving, caring mother who’s endured one of the worst tragedies and adversities you could think of, with her parents – my grandparents, being murdered in their own home. This episode is an emotional roller coaster and we discuss aspects of our lives and experience with this tragedy that we haven’t…