Podcasts

Tuesday, 29th March 2016

I’ve had the pleasure of knowing John Noble, Australian Theatre, Film & Television Actor for the past 13 years, and while we both lived in New York I got to spend quite a bit of time with his family, who his kids I’m very close with. I used to take some of his acting classes when I was a teenager, which were a lot of fun and which is exactly his précis for the craft - “Just have fun, just have fun. Without that it’s just a dilemma.”

I admire John’s incredible ability to take the love he has for his craft and channel it through the various characters he plays; he’s truly remarkable to watch.

John has starred as Denethor in Lord of the Rings, where his career unexpectedly shot to international success. He later then starred as Dr. Walter Bishop in the science fiction TV series, Fringe. I remember watching these with his kids, Daniel, Sam and Jess in New York - as we all marvelled at his brilliant characterisation, while eating take out. More recently John has played in Sleepy Hollow and Elementary as Sherlock Holme’s father.

Tuesday, 22nd March 2016

Tanya Streeter is is a British-Caymanian-American world champion freediver who holds the Woman’s World Record for No Limits Apnea for a 160m dive (on one breathe, with no breathing aparatus).

This interview makes it into my personal collection of favourite interviews I’ve ever done. It’s a beautiful insight into our selves, our immense power and our capacity to go beyond the limitations of the mind.

My path crossed with Tanya’s due to my dad’s recent work in directing the latest documentary film: Momentum Freediving, which Tanya is a part of. A film bringing together 16 of the world’s elite freedivers for the first time ever. This is a film that has the power to truly bring the beauty and magic of freediving to the world and makes you question your boundaries.

Tuesday, 15th March 2016

Wes Carr is an Australian Singer-Songwriter who has won many awards. At 15, he was awarded a Scholarship at The McDonald College performing arts school in Sydney. At this time Wes started playing local gigs around the Sydney folk scene which gave him the opportunity to work with Australian music icons including Paul Mac, Missy Higgins, Don Walker and Andrew Farris from INXS.

Then, in 2005 Wes collaborated with Ben Gillies from the very well-known Australian rock band ‘Silverchair.’ Together they formed a band called ‘Tambalane.’ They gained critical acclaim, extensive radio play across Australia and toured nationally twice. He won Australian Idol in 2008 and won the Best Male Artist Award at the International Acoustic Music Awards in 2013.

Tuesday, 15th March 2016

“I know I can say unwaveringly, without a shadow of a doubt in every single cell of my body, until the day I die, I will be an entrepreneur for entrepreneurs living my life out loud showing that anything is possible. Now the way that I deliver that is completely irrelevant and that’s when business becomes exciting - and indeed life!” - Lisa Messenger, The Moment HQ Podcast

This is my favourite quote from my interview with Lisa Messenger, Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Collective Hub, a lifestyle magazine now sold in 37 countries. I love this quote so dearly because it purely illustrates that our purpose in life is not about “what” we do, it’s simply about connecting to what we love and expressing that love in many different ways. The “how” is irrelevant.

Monday, 8th February 2016

"Place your health first. All other things can't happen if you're not in a strong place mentally and physically.” 
- Taryn Williams

Taryn Williams runs Wink Models and has done so successfully for the past 9 years (and she’s only 30). She’s also just launched her new disruptive tech venture theright.fit. It's quite common at the moment to hear about entrepreneurs coming out of the woodwork and rustling up the feathers within age-old industries, but how often do you find an entrepreneur that’s disturbing the peace within not only their own industry, but also their own business?!

Wednesday, 3rd February 2016

“If you focus long enough on the things you cannot control in life, you will completely lose control on the things you DO have control over. Be the best you can be. And the only person you compete against is you.”
- Vinh Giang, The Moment Podcast

Such beautiful words of wisdom from Vinh Giang. These words are such a great reminder to us all to keep our attention on ourselves, to focus on the things we can control and the rest, allow them
to be and let the moment unfold its magic.

Tuesday, 2nd February 2016

“Just don’t give up. Push through the pain in the first 12-24months and if the idea's good and you’re working your ass off, the rewards will come;
they always do.” - Nick Bell, The Moment HQ Podcast

Aside from starting his career selling his packed lunch in high school, (which funded his way first overseas trip
to London after graduating yr12), Nick Bell has played the role of a hotel porter, professional golfer, recruiter;
he’s had many roles in the hospitality industry, launched his own skincare company and now he runs
Australia's largest digital marketing agency, WME.

Thursday, 21st January 2016

Take a listen to this short message I wanted to share with you.

Monday, 4th January 2016

Today we’re chatting to Catherine Plano an International Executive Coach and Creative Soul Adventurer. Catherine has fully dedicated her entire life to helping others transform their own lives into greatness.

She changes lives daily through international team, career, executive, business and life coaching. Catherine works with women and teenagers and is a motivational speaker.

Catherine wasn’t always sailing along in this much loved career, she was previously in corporate earning 150K and then she left and went to zero. We chat about this Life Changing Moment and how it has made her into the woman she is today.

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