Posts Tagged ‘human behaviour’

Ep.103, Why New Year Resolutions Fail – & The Power Of Setting Clear Visions & Aligned Intentions, With Brett Robbo

Happy New Year legends. It’s a beautiful time of the year to create space to reflect on the wins and losses of 2018 and create clear visions and intentions for 2019 to be your best year yet! In this short episode I discuss why New Year resolutions are like fad diets and some processes we…

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. 101 Cracking The Code Of Life Part 3 – Gratitude

Gratitude is scientifically backed as a health enhancement tool. Did you know that when you’re in a state of gratitude you are decreasing stress hormones and elevating your healthy and helpful hormones?! In this Cracking The Code Of Life episode, I explain why my addiction to this method is not just because it’s a nice…

Ep. 99 Why We’re All Students Of Life & ‘It Ain’t Weak To Speak’, with Sam Webb From Livin

Sam Webb is the co-founder of the the mental health organisation and charity,Livin. The core of their mission is to break the stigma around mental health through fashion, events and the delivery of education programs into schools across Australia. Their motto is, “it aint weak to speak”. He’s also a professional speaker and  is passionate about helping…

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 &…