Posts Tagged ‘values’

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…

EP.92 FOCUS. The F-word We Should Use More Often, with Brett Robbo

Does your head go a million miles per hour? Do you create stories in your mind….. and then believe them? Do you catch yourself thinking about things that just don’t help you? Congratulations – you’re human!!! This short episode discusses the power of learning the skill of focus to help you move in the helpful…

Ep. 91 Breaking Down The Stigma Of Masculinity & Building Emotionally Intelligent Leaders, with Hunter Johnson

Hunter Johnson is CEO of The Man Cave, a preventative mental health and emotional intelligence organisation for boys and young men. Hunter has a diverse background in youth leadership, emotional intelligence and social entrepreneurship having facilitated programs with over 20,000 young people across the world. Recently he was recognised as a 2018 Queen’s Young Leader by…

Ep.89 Changing Your Perception Of Time, With Kristian Martinow From “The Time Keeper”

Kristian Martinow is the founder of “The Timekeeper”, a mindful company on a mission to help people be present and intentional with their time to lead more empowered lives. Kristian, like me, is a human behavior junkie. He’s not just a consumer of knowledge, he’s a man that takes action. In this episode we discuss:…

Ep. 88 Osher Günsberg, Back After The Break & Lucky To Be Alive!

Osher Günsberg has hosted some of Australia’s most successful TV shows including channel V music channel, Australian Idol and all The Bachelor shows. He was also the voice over for the Bondi Rescue TV show for many years and host of some of the nation’s biggest radio shows.  You might remember Osher as Andrew Gee from…