Posts Tagged ‘community’

Ep. 82 Fitness Behaviours & Creating Belief, with Bevan James Eyles

Bevan James Eyles is a fitness coach, ironman athlete, author, podcaster and all round genuine legend. He’s been working in the fitness industry for almost 2 decades and I highly respect and value his community ethos and “movement is medicine” approach to help people get active – active and moving to improve their quality of life,…

Ep. 77 Being The Change & Bridging The Knowledge Gap, with Rona Glynn-McDonald From Common Ground

Rona Glynn-McDonald works with high impact organisations to propel social change, with a strong passion for disruptive ideas. She is a proud Kaytetye woman and the founder of Common Ground, an online space that shares Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, histories and lived experiences. Rona aims to help create an Australia that embraces and celebrates…

Ep. 73 Trav Bell. Create Your Legacy With a Bucket List Philosophy

Trav Bell is The Bucket List Guy. The Worldʼs number 1 Bucket List Expert. As a self-appointed ʻBucketListologistʼ, Trav has obsessively studied the Bucket List phenomenon & blended the worldʼs best Positive Psychology principles to create his own unique Bucket List Life Philosophy. Trav is a keynote speaker, TedX speaker and an extremely authentic global…

Ep. 72 Nam Baldwin, Katrina Webb, Kath Koschel, Clyde Rathbone – Bonus Q&A, Developing Mental Strength

This is bonus material from some of the special guests we have in our live Q&A’s as part of our Mental Strength Training online program. The level of questions that are being asked by the program participants to these World Class guests are sometimes deep, sometimes fun, but always aligned with helping us understand more of the habits, tools and strategies that can…

Ep. 68 Transforming Lives Of Those Affected By Human Trafficking, With Project Futures CEO Clare Pearson

Clare Pearson is the CEO of a foundation called Project Futures, which is giving hope by transforming the lives of women and children affected by human trafficking, slavery and sexual exploitation in Australia and Cambodia. They also connect people to these issues by creating meaningful experiences that raise funds, educate and empower our generation to…