Podcasts

Tuesday, 13th December 2016

“Being an only child you had to learn to do things on your own and be creative on your own. I’ve always been encouraged as a child to make things and not be afraid to try new things.” - Michelle Lackenby

Michelle Lackenby is a lecturer in advertising, graphic design, art and photography as well as a paper artist, having established her own business, Paperazzi Design Studio. Michelle has a passion for all things paper and isn’t afraid to push the boundaries of art and design within the realm of paper arts and bookbinding.

Tuesday, 13th December 2016

“I’m purposely putting myself in different situations to
challenge my creativity.”

- Lisa Messenger

Today we’re chatting with Lisa Messenger, the vibrant, game-changing CEO of The Messenger Group, as well as founder and editor-in-chief of Collective Hub – a multi-platform entrepreneurial lifestyle destination with a mandate to disrupt, challenge and inspire.

Thursday, 8th December 2016

Life works in mysterious ways, and the way it connects people is part of that mysticism. My connection with Michael Danby goes back to 2007, when I first interviewed him for my online magazine, Mink. Through the wonderful world of social media, our paths reconnected and it was fun to get back in touch and see the progress he’s made in the last 9 years - almost a decade. Crazy.

So meet, Michael Danby, a singer/songwriter who resides and performs music on the Gold Coast and Brisbane areas.

He has spent the last sixteen years playing in bands ranging from rock and punk to popular acoustic covers. In 2007 Michael joined the group ‘Rokeby Venus' and has since been involved with two professional releases, two Australian tours, and has performed at many other credible events around Australia.

Friday, 2nd December 2016

We’re chatting with the woman who is the driving force behind Wired for Wonder; Sarah Roocroft. Sarah is co-founder of Wired for Wonder; a proud innovation by Commbank.

This is an eye opening event dreamed up to create a space for innovative thinking. The event brings together storytellers, inventors, dreamers, artists, musicians, technologists, writers and scientists – to learn, connect and explore the concept of wonder.

She also owns a baby shoe company called Sienna baby.

Sarah is wired to connect; obsessed with innovation and curious about all things, the weirder the better and she’s also a mother of two.

Tuesday, 29th November 2016

Cork leaf is the the first Australian company making natural yoga mats, which are made from natural and recycled cork, backed with natural tree rubber.

The eco-friendly yoga mats are biodegradable and completely sustainable, meaning they can be safely returned to the earth after use – unlike conventional yoga mats, which are too often packed with synthetic plastics and chemicals.

Christina Cavaco is the woman behind CORK LEAF and it’s the company she dreamed up while living abroad in Portugal.

Christina and I have a chat about her Life Changing Moment: The Birth of Cork Leaf

Friday, 25th November 2016

Dr Aodhan Dockerty. He is a dentist who practices at About Smiles Dental in Sydney's Northshore and Eastern Suburbs. Having graduated from The University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Medical Science and Graduate Degree in Dentistry with Honours. Aodhan enjoys the challenges associated with rejuvenating aged, damaged and worn smiles.

However, it wasn’t all easy for him to get to where he is today, and what I loved about his Life Changing Moment, was that it was something that many of us experience: juggling study and work to achieve his dream.

Aodhan and I have a chat about his Life Changing Moment: What it took to achieve his dream career.

Wednesday, 9th November 2016

“When you’re stuck in your head, the more you think about what the solution is, the further you get away from the solution.”

- Ryan Hassan, The Moment HQ podcast

 

Wednesday, 9th November 2016

We’re chatting with the woman who is the driving force behind Wired for Wonder; Sarah Roocroft. Sarah is co-founder of Wired for Wonder; a proud innovation by Commbank.

This is an eye opening event dreamed up to create a space for innovative thinking. The event brings together storytellers, inventors, dreamers, artists, musicians, technologists, writers and scientists – to learn, connect and explore the concept of wonder.

Sarah is wired to connect; obsessed with innovation and curious about all things, the weirder the better and she’s also a mother of two. She also owns a baby shoe company called Sienna baby.

We go behind the scenes and find out how the event was born. This soundbite also opens up the doors to Sarah’s life as she shows us how she fosters creativity and curiosity in her life.

Wednesday, 9th November 2016

We’re chatting with the woman who is the driving force behind Wired for Wonder; Sarah Roocroft. Sarah is co-founder of Wired for Wonder; a proud innovation by Commbank.

This is an eye opening event dreamed up to create a space for innovative thinking. The event brings together storytellers, inventors, dreamers, artists, musicians, technologists, writers and scientists – to learn, connect and explore the concept of wonder.

Sarah is wired to connect; obsessed with innovation and curious about all things, the weirder the better and she’s also a mother of two. She also owns a baby shoe company called Sienna baby.

We go behind the scenes and find out how the event was born. This soundbite also opens up the doors to Sarah’s life as she shows us how she fosters creativity and curiosity in her life.

Wednesday, 26th October 2016

Dionne Taylor, is the owner and founder of Polkadot PR. As an ex-journalist Dionne set up Polkadot almost ten and half years ago with a pocket full of change and a lot of ambition.
Today, Polkadot PR is a public relations agency with an expert team of employees who are multi-skilled across all media platforms.

However, one day, her life almost came to a halt, when she was walking home after a few drinks and dinner with friends. As an asthmatic she remembered she needed to take her ventolin. And so, as she took in one large inhale, she suddenly found herself choking…she couldn’t breathe, something was stuck in her throat. She prepared herself mentally, that this was it.

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