Podcasts

Monday, 13th June 2016

Hedon who is the founder and creative director of Australia's premier creative tech festival Pause Fest. Pause Fest aspires to bring together a new generation of thinkers, creators and technological minds to encourage collaboration, innovation and a sense of community.

His expertise in design, advertising, festival and events lead him to create award-winning campaigns for Heineken, Target, Sony PS and Pause. Under his creative lead, Pause Fest has attracted major brands, agencies, corporate, local government and he's hosted 155 international and local thought leaders supporting, the growth of Australian born startups and enterprises.

The Moment HQ talks to George about his Life Changing Moment: Following his desire to create Pause Fest.

Monday, 13th June 2016

Jack Delosa is the founder of Australia’s largest education institution for entrepreneurs, which has a community of 300,000 members.

Jack’s vision is to improve traditional education by introducing a style of learning that puts the individual first. His latest book, ‘Unwritten. Reinvent tomorrow’ outlines the unconventional wisdom he’s become known for, to living a life on purpose and making the world a better place.

The Moment HQ talks to Jack about his Life Changing Moment: LOSING HIS BROTHER: A CATALYST OF HIS PERSONAL + BUSINESS GROWTH

Wednesday, 1st June 2016

Gen George a young woman who is the founder of OneShift. OneShift is the most popular online platform that matches people with jobs Australia wide; this can be anything from one-off shifts, casual work or permanent employment.

In 2012 Gen launched OneShift on the back of a free blog, some posters, duck tape and an iPad. Today Oneshift has over 670,000 users and 39,000 businesses across the whole of Australia.
Gen is heavily involved in the start-up and business community in Australia, and she is a very inspiring young woman out there doing her thing.

Wednesday, 25th May 2016

The Moment HQ talks to Tania de Jong about her Life Changing Moment: Overcoming Rejection to Believe in Herself Again.

The rejection and feelings of inadequacy in Tania’s life all started with the words, “Tania I don’t think you should bother having singing lessons you’re not good enough”, which came from her friend at age 14. A similar incident then happened at age 23, while she was studying singing professionally in London.

Tania could’ve easily lived the rest of her life (like many do) consumed by fear, feelings of worthlessness and a mindset of “I’m not good enough.” And while those things did play out for her, she found it within herself to overcome these and pursue singing, the very thing that today has made her successful in her own right.

Wednesday, 18th May 2016

Christine Hassler is the best-selling author of Expectation Hangover, The 20 Something Manifesto, and 20 Something, 20 Everything. She left her successful job as a Hollywood agent to pursue a life she could be passionate about. For over a decade, as a speaker, retreat facilitator, spiritual psychologist and life coach, and host of the top-rated podcast “Over it and On With It”, she has been teaching and inspiring people around the world. Christine believes once we get out of our own way, we can show up to make the meaningful impact we are here to make.

Thursday, 12th May 2016

Catriona Pollard is a speaker, Author of From Unknown to Expert and also the founder and director of CP Communications—one of Australia’s most respected and innovative PR and social media agencies. She works with world-leading brands as well as up-and coming organisations. She is passionate about social media, public relations, business and bringing them all together to create real, financial success for entrepreneurs and organisations.

Tuesday, 26th April 2016

He’s worked alongside Steve Jobs, he’s been the Chief Evangelist of Apple and now also Canva, an online graphic design tool. He is on the board of trustees of the Wikimedia Foundation and a brand ambassador for Mercedes Benz USA. Guy is the author of The Art of the Start 2.0, The Art of Social Media, Enchantment, and nine other books. He’s been an advisor at Google and done so many more amazing entrepreneurial things…and what I truly love about guy is his enthusiasm - not just for work but life.

I have had the pleasure of seeing Guy speak live twice at the Wired for Wonder event run by The Commonwealth bank - brilliant event - so it was a delight to have him join me on the show because his passion and enthusiasm for life is just infectious.

Saturday, 16th April 2016

Ashley and Mike are a husband and wife duo and they run the website Gather and Feast. Their website was created to share with you wholesome and nutritious recipes, using natural ingredients and fresh in-season produce like smoky fish tacos, vanilla buckwheat waffles, smoky chilli spaghetti and spelt chocolate fondant cakes.

I have to say another interview that makes the pick of my favourite interviews. Ash, Mike and I had such a blast with this conversation and it was so lovely to connect with people who truly have a deep love for what they do and have the biggest intention to touch other’s lives.

Friday, 1st April 2016

Nathan Chan is the Editor and Publisher of Foundr. In 2013 with nothing but a laptop computer and a fistful of dollars, Foundr began dedicated to the mission of helping entrepreneurs build and grow a successful business. And That mission is unchanged.

Today Foundr is a multi-faceted digital media business spreading the love of entrepreneurship through its podcast, digital magazine, training platform and brand.

This is a great interview for anyone who is looking for inspiration and some simple guidance around launching their online business - or simply wanting to make the leap from a 9-5 day job to their dream life.

Wednesday, 30th March 2016

In a world of quick fixes, Nat Kringoudis has the intention to remind her clients to “focus on just one thing” for optimum health.

Nat Kringoudis is a doctor in Chinese medicine, acupuncturist, author, speaker and all-round natural fertility expert.

She is also the founder of Melbourne women’s health clinic, The Pagoda Tree, and producer of HealthTalks TV. But what does she really do? Nat makes women’s hormones happier than a Pharrell Williams song!

Her mission is to educate and empower women to get clued up on their bodies and take control of their hormone health.

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