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Open For Business
AMP007 - Lewis Schenk | What PR can do for your business

Open For Business

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 30:13


Today on the podcast, we speak with Gold Coast-based entrepreneur Lewis Schenk the founder of Boost Media Agency about all things public relations.    Lewis founded Boost Media Agency back in 2020, Boost is a branding and marketing company, that specialises in helping businesses, brands and entrepreneurs become leaders.   In this episode, we speak to Lewis about: What PR can do for your business Golf/Backstory How he started his agency  and much more... Enjoy the show!   LINKS & RESOURCES FROM THIS EPISODE:  

Tough Girl Podcast
Adelle Tracey - British middle distance runner. European Finalist & World Semi-finalist. Professional Hair and Makeup artist.

Tough Girl Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 36:46


Adelle is a British middle distance track athlete, who has competed for Great Britain over 800m on a number of occasions. Adelle has competed internationally on a European, Commonwealth and World stage for over 10 years.   Adelle's international debut was a the European Youth Olympics in 2009, where she won a Silver medal at 16 years old.    Since then, she has gone on to compete for Great Britain at a senior level competing at two European Athletics Championships in Amsterdam 2016 and Berlin 2018, at the World Indoor Athletics Championships in Portland 2016, World Athletics Championships in London 2017, World University Games in Taipei 2017, the Commonwealth Games for team England in Gold Coast 2018 and at the European Indoor Athletics Championships in Glasgow 2019.   Throughout competing as a senior athlete on the international stage, Adelle has balanced her life off the track working as a Hair & Makeup artist.   Adelle is a Woman's Sport Trust 'UNLOCKED' Alumni and proud ambassador for the British Dyslexia Association & Dementia UK, two causes very close to her heart.   "Sport has so much to offer, I'd love all woman to have the opportunity to enhance their life with sport. There is so much power in lifting each other up and continuing to create spaces for woman & girls to flourish.” - Adelle Tracey   New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday at 7am UK time - Hit the subscribe button so you don't miss out.    The Tough Girl Podcast is sponsorship and ad free thanks to the monthly financial support of patrons.    Support the mission to increase the amount of female role models in the media. Visit www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast and subscribe - super quick and easy to do and it makes a massive difference. Thank you.   Show notes Who is Adelle Wanting to be an athlete  Being inspired by the Olympics Being inspired by her head teacher - Mr Potter Excelling at sports day Getting involved in the school running club Making her first GB team at 16 Achieving her first Silver medal Discovering make up later on Remembering back to the Youth Olympics Being part of a team Being inspired by female role models Looking up to Dame Kelly Holmes  Running the longer distances  Endurance sports in athletics Winter training and weekly milage  Magical Moments from the past 10 years  Finishing 4th in the final Getting a personal best (PB) in the semi finals Tactics on the start line Working with a sports psychologist Music during the warmups  Following a cool room process Training in a winter block - an approx week and what it looks like Doing a triple day  Pre-hab, stretching and rolling  Sleeping and napping Keeping injury free Maintaining motivation levels Getting out of the door Working as hard as she can Advice for more advanced runner who want to run faster Advice for getting your mojo back Going back to your reason why The importance of goals Linking her training to her period.  Working with Fitrwomen  Future goals  Funding and paying for her lifestyle Why 2020 was such a difficult year Dealing with financial stress Ending the season on a high Having a vision board and writing down goals Final words of advice     Social Media   Website: www.adelletracey.com    Instagram: @adelletracey   Twitter: @adelle_tracey   

Dreamvisions 7 Radio Network
Love Never Dies Radio with Dr Jamie Turndorf

Dreamvisions 7 Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 57:59


Heart Damage Can Happen to Anyone - With Enough Stress with Sandy Sanderson Could you have undetected heart disease? In this episode, we will be discussing the symptoms and risk factors of cardiovascular disease, heart rhythm disturbances or myocarditis (inflammation of the heart)?  Why are we currently facing an unusual escalation of heart ailments?  What natural supports can we use to protect and strengthen our heart? Tune-in for a heart-to-heart and eye-opening conversation that could literally save your life! Bio: Sandy Sanderson, B.Arts. Uni NSW (1979) +Post grad studies (business / marketing) (QUT & Griffith Uni Qld) 1992-93 Publisher of ‘This Month on The Gold Coast' magazine 1998-2009 Founder and CEO of Elektra Magnesium 2008-present. After her health crisis in 2008 from years of stress overload and shift working as a magazine publisher, Sandy discovered that magnesium deficiency was the primary cause of stress-related diseases. Without enough magnesium cell metabolism and recovery is diminished. Transdermal magnesium helped Sandy to recover from heart arrhythmia and other symptoms of Hashimotos hypothyroidism. Since that time Sandy and her husband Peter, a formulating chemist, have been on the mission of their lifetime to develop an Australian range of natural magnesium body care products branded ‘Elektra Magnesium', which is packed full of nutrition and quality ingredients. These products are far more effective at delivering magnesium to cells via skin compared to oral tablets and powders. They also work great as anti-ageing natural skin care. www.elektramagnesium.com.au Video Version: https://youtu.be/KoL4uCqj9ZU Call in and Chat with Dr. Jamie during Live Show with Video Stream: Call 646-558-8656 ID: 8836953587 press #.  To Ask a Question press *9 to raise your hand Tune-in to “Love Never Dies” and discover for yourself why reconnecting and Dialoguing with Your Departed loved ones is the only way to dry your tears and transform your grief to joy! For more information about Dr. Turndorf follow her on Facebook: askdrlove and Twitter: @askdrlove and visit www.askdrlove.com.

The Red Diamond Courier: Elder Scrolls Online Tips, Tricks, and More

In this episode of The Red Diamond Courier, Bob Chichinske and Doggedbark24 talk about the zone affiliated with the one and only Dark Brotherhood, the Gold Coast. One of the earliest dlc released, the Dark Brotherhood dlc brought the Gold Coast region to ESO, delivering nostalgia for any TES IV: Oblivion fan with cities such as Anvil and Kvatch! From the DB to Minotaurs, and of course the amount of guild traders, you will know everything there is about the Gold Coast after this episode! Thanks for listening! Get 15% off Loot Crate & Support our show! Click this link: https://www.anrdoezrs.net/click-100173810-13902093?sid=rdc  and use coupon code - ROBOTSRADIO Try Gamefly for a month for only 10$ and get an extra month free from us! https://www.tkqlhce.com/click-100173810-10495782?sid=rdc Check out https://www.eso-hub.com for all your ESO needs, and download the Dwemer Automaton bot for your discord!  Twitter: Https://www.twitter.com/RedDiamondCast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/The-Red-Diamond-Courier-111456350445026/ Come check out Robots Radio and join the Discord: Https://www.robotsradio.net Music Producer Daniel Knisley: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daniel-knisley-20392a194  Help support the show by buying some swag: https://teespring.com/stores/the-red-diamond-courier

The Jewellers Podcast
The Importance of Youth

The Jewellers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 37:39


Catherine Pevy-Trewartha owner of My Jewellery Shop, chats to Laura Moore and Brett Low about the changing dynamics of her business on the Gold Coast and how she has continued to innovate with the next generation by her side. The importance of the youth in Catherine's business also shines through as she fosters emerging businesses and empowers female entrepreneurs.www.JewelleryIndustryNetwork.com

Shandee's Story
Episode 3 - Toxic Love

Shandee's Story

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 63:01


Detectives forensically examining Shandee's iPhone uncover thousands of text messages and evidence of fierce rows between John Peros and Shandee in the year before she died. Unresolved trust issues plague John and Shandee's toxic love as Shandee begs John to stop telling her to kill herself while John demands to be left alone. John visits mental health professionals after breaking up with Shandee and talks of a difficult childhood. Shandee's friends on the Gold Coast say they heard fierce and abusive rows between John and Shandee sent over a voice-messaging app called HeyTell. Subscribers to The Australian have exclusive first access to episodes of Shandee's Story via The Australian app. Subscribe to The Australian here. You can download on The Australian's app in Apple's store here. Also get it on Google Play here. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Happy Hour with Lucy & Nikki
Business, Makeup and Going From Rags to Riches ft. Michael ‘The Lord' Huxley

Happy Hour with Lucy & Nikki

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 51:47


Hey Punters, in today's episode we chat with Gold Coast entrepreneur Michael Huxley about building his successful makeup school. Michael shares how he went from being homeless and living in a cupboard to winning the Gold Coast Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award for Arts and Culture this year. Also, don't forget from the 13th of December 2021, Happy Hour will be 'EXCLUSIVELY' on Spotify. Make sure you head over to Spotify and 'follow' Happy Hour with Lucy and Nikki.Breakdown of this episode - Wildest Stories- Why Michael started his business - Starting his business - Going broke and being homeless - Dealing with negativity online- Challenges as a business owner - Advice for people who want to start a businessCREDITS:Hosts: Lucy Jackson @Lucykatejackson & Nikki Westcott @nikkiwestcottt @wethe_wildonesGuests: Michael Huxley @lordhuxleyThis podcast is part of The Spin Studio network @thespinstudionetworkExecutive Producer: Courtney Mangan @courtneymangan and Tamara Burns @tamburnsTechnical Producer: Adam Gauder @adamgauderTo shop Jagger & Stone visit http://www.jaggerandstone.com

Too Peas In A Podcast
BeansTalk - Dino Trentin

Too Peas In A Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 55:02


It was such a joy to talk with Beandad, Dino.Dino recalls the caesarian procedure that brought his beautiful pea-shoot into the world from the perspective of a fully-involved dad-on-the-spot.Dino's description of the way his 'dadness' comes to the fore whenever he is with his 9 year-old pea-shoot, Lexi at a party or in the playground is gold!The episode includes a special shout-out to Dino's amazing partner, Clare!Dino is a partner in the Myles Audio Visual company, Melbourne, Sydney and Gold Coast. https://www.mylesav.com.au See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Conversations
Lioness Liz and her surfer boys

Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 52:08


Elizabeth Osborne with tales of struggle, love and grief from raising her five kids as a single mum, and the moment she saw her youngest, World Champion surfer Mick Fanning survive a shark attack on live TV

Breaking Even with Ned Michaels
Gold Coast Preview and a Victory Lap in Naples

Breaking Even with Ned Michaels

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 31:57


This week's episode of Breaking Even is coming to you from Naples, Florida at the CME Group Tour Championship. Ned and his co-host Barney Alary discuss the latest happenings in the PGA world. Plus, “On The Tape” co-hosts drop by to preview the tournament, and update listeners on how they played.  ---- Shoot us an email at contact@riskreversal.com with any feedback, suggestions, or questions for us to answer on the pod and follow us @breakingevenpod on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Follow Ned Michaels  Follow Jonathan Coachman Follow Barney Alary  Follow Dan Nathan  Follow @GuyAdami  Subscribe to our Youtube Channel

Ben Fordham: Highlights
Injured NSW woman made to walk across border after being 'expelled' from QLD hospital

Ben Fordham: Highlights

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 7:27


A NSW woman injured in a horror crash has been forced to walk across the border after a disgraceful experience in a Gold Coast hospital. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

This Real Estate Life: The Baird & Warner Lincoln Park Podcast
Strategize Your Business, with Hunter Andre

This Real Estate Life: The Baird & Warner Lincoln Park Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 62:54


This week, we spoke with the newest addition to the BWLP management team, our Director of Agent Development, Hunter Andre! We learned about his transition into real estate, his incredible career, and his tips on how agents can maximize their business through a little bit of strategy, and a whole lot of patience. Hunter is an incredible agent and teacher, and there's a lot to learn on this episode! Contact Hunter Andre:

So You Want to be a Photographer Podcast - How to transform your skills and build a profitable photography business

Meet Jannene Meyer, an award winning pet photographer located on the Gold Coast of Australia. We chat about: making the transition from what you ‘think' you should be photographing to following your heart and photographing what you love; working with assistants, the power of mentors, Facebook marketing, 3rd party promotions, the importance of standing out in a crowded market, doggy markets, in person sales and heaps more. Gina and Valerie hope you enjoy the podcast. Sign up to the newsletter for great tips and free Lightroom presets at GinaMilicia.com. Join the dynamic Gold Membership in our Community which delivers monthly tutorials, live mastermind and lots of behind the scenes videos into the creative process. Join the So you want to be a photographer: Podcast community Read the show notes Email Gina and Valerie news@ginamilicia.com  Visit GinaMilicia.com | ValerieKhoo.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Success Smackdown Live with Kat
How To Succeed In Life With Author & Coach Kira Jean | Hesitate Less, Conquer Your Fears & Find The Ingredients Necessary To Become A Standout Success

Success Smackdown Live with Kat

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 41:17


Say Yes! In today's episode, I talk to Kira Jean, Founder of The Dreamwork Collective, author, entrepreneur, and coach.   This episode is sure to inspire you to go all in on your dreams and hesitate less when it comes to saying yes to soul. Kira shares her journey to success with you including the life changing moment of saying ‘yes' to her writing, the ingredients necessary to become a standout success, when it's acceptable to dial back parts of yourself, how to find calmness, as well as how she now assists other authors to conquer their own fears. Here a look at what else we dive into: * [07:26] Not following “the right way” of doing things. * [11:26] Accessing certainty. * [15:25] What makes someone a standout success? * [18:26] Losing sight of purpose! * [22:54] Dialling back parts of yourself. * [26:38] Harnessing a state of calmness and flow. * [33:53] When are you most likely to lose track of the right moment? * [36:29] Kira's megaphone minute. Tune in to the full episode below as a reminder back to soul and receive the motivation and inspiration too say yes to what is calling you forth and speaking to your soul! You know it's time gorgeous. Notable Quotes * “Writing is the easy part. Getting it out into the world is sometimes the place where people get challenged.” * “You definitely will have more success if there's already an excited and willing audience ready to hear what you've got to say.” * “Reduce the noise.” * “It's so much more simple than we think.” * “If it's what you're meant to be doing, it's going to be natural. It's not going to be easy, but it is going to be simple and natural. As long as it feels simple and natural, then that's a pretty good sign that it's the right thing.” More about Kira Jean Kira Jean is a highly sought-after success coach and entrepreneur with over fifteen years' experience in the personal development industry. Her private clients are some of the world's top creatives, entrepreneurs, and visionaries. Kira is driven by her mission to shape the world through powerful, empathetic, and resilient leadership!   Alongside her coaching practice, Kira is the founder of The Dreamwork Collective, a tiny but mighty publishing house sharing diverse voices and powerful stories with the world, and emerging lifestyle brand, re-wilding.co, which houses a curated collection of nature's best hacks for the independent of mind and free in spirit. To learn more, follow Kira at: Website: https://kirajean.com https://thedreamworkcollective.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kirajeanofficial Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kirajeandxb   Please take a moment to leave a comment, review or share if you enjoy the show! Your feedback means so much to me, and I appreciate it so much!   --------------------   Hi, I'm Katrina Ruth. I'm a self-made multi-millionaire, and I work with successful badasses like YOU, who kick their OWN ass … and then I kick it a little bit harder.   I currently live on the Gold Coast of Australia, and I'm Mum to my two beautiful children, Alyssa and Nathan. I also recently got re-married to their Dad, Enzo. We divorced 5 years ago and are re-married this year! I travel a LOT with my business (sometimes with the fam, sometimes not, a little more restricted these days but still on the go!), and my business allows me to be fully location free.   After many MANY years of not going all in, NOT speaking my truth or doing what I really wanted to do in the world, I finally said yes to purpose and sharing my deep soul message, AND to doing the damn work, and now, well –   Here we are.   I have been fortunate enough to build up an INCREDIBLE online community of driven entrepreneurs and leaders and creators, and each day I get to do what I always wanted to do, which is to motivate, educate, empower and inspire you to press play and create the business and life YOU want.   I've made close to $15,000,000 (yes, 15 million dollars) online just by speaking my truth and following the path of my soul, breaking any and all rules that don't feel fuck yes for me, and also – and this is my fave! – really just being ME. Yeah, I might have some fancier stuff now than when I started, but my business was built on, and still runs on, me being the girl who just loves to write and say what needs to be said running around usually in her gym gear as a hot mess, in between being a Mum and just, well, living life!   I can't wait to get to know you! Please reach out and tell me about you me anytime, share what most speaks to you from my content, or just say whats up! I love to hear from badasses like you who GET what life is meant to be about!   Here are some other ways to connect with me as well as the MANY like-minded revolutionary leaders all around the world:   Katrina Ruth Show - https://facebook.com/lifeisnow.pressplay   Daily Asskickery for Revolutionary Fucking Leaders - https://www.facebook.com/groups/dailyasskickery/   thekatrinaruthshow - https://www.instagram.com/thekatrinaruthshow   The Katrina Ruth Show - https://www.youtube.com/c/thekatrinaruthshow   Amazon best-selling books - https://www.booksforkickasswomen.com   Please leave a review if you enjoy the show!

Get Paid For Your Pad | Airbnb Hosting | Vacation Rentals | Apartment Sharing
How Craig TRIPLED the Revenue on His Airbnbs—with Craig Westaway

Get Paid For Your Pad | Airbnb Hosting | Vacation Rentals | Apartment Sharing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 39:39


Craig Westaway took over the management of a luxury short-term rental property on July 1, 2020. And in one month, he made more than the previous operator did in all of 2019. Craig is the Cofounder and CEO of Bnbbooking, a high-end STR management company out of Gold Coast, Australia.On this episode of Get Paid for Your Pad, Craig joins me to explain what he and his wife Holly do differently from ‘old school' STR managers, describing how they create a high-end experience for guests across their portfolio of luxury accommodations.Listen in for insight on meeting the high expectations of high-end guests and learn how Craig consistently TRIPLES the revenue of luxury Airbnb units by improving and personalizing the guest experience.Topics Covered How Craig and Holly got started hostingFalling out with manager of own holiday homeWife took over management, tripled profits How Craig 5Xed the profits on a recent acquisitionInvest $20K in styling and rephotograph Increase price from $1K to $3K/nightCraig's insight on creating a high-end STR experienceBeautiful styling, make sure everything worksTake steps to accommodate right # of guestsWhat guests expect in a luxury STR bookingMeet guests personallyGifts (e.g.: champagne, beer and chocolates)Midterm cleans and inspect prior to check-inHow Craig gets 5-star reviews despite high expectationsGet to know guests and personalize experienceOffer late checkout when possible How Craig finds high-end property ownersReferrals and word-of-mouth marketingSEO on website = best sales toolHow to sell your services to a high-end property ownerListen to and align with their goalsMake them feel comfortable with youWhat Craig did to navigate the pandemic80% drop in bookings during snap lockdownsOffer travel credits to guests forced to cancelCraig's advice around accommodating weddingsCreate separate listingIncrease price point for wedding partiesWhat Craig got out of our Legends X STR acceleratorPlaybook to document systemsBuild team of VAs, tech guy to run businessConnect with CraigBnbbooking Resources Uplisting PriceLabs BNB Professional Julie George Airbnb Automated on YouTubeSTR Legends MastermindLegends X 90-Day STR AcceleratorEmail jasper@getpaidforyourpad.com Sponsor Hostfully [Discount Code PAD] See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

First Time Facilitator
The finale with Leanne Hughes + listeners (Episode 200)

First Time Facilitator

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 50:26


What can I say that hasn't already been said?There's a temptation because it's the last show to try to share something that's the most valuable thing, that summarises the last 200 weeks of my life. Then perspective hits and I realise, that's nothing I can really say in “one final episode” to summarise two-hundred weeks of conversations, content creation, Monday deadlines, audio editing, posting on social media, laughs, workshops, travel, Covid, etc.  Some key things:Yes! I will be starting something new, I'm still working my way and deciding what that is. In the meantime, you'll hear some “From the vault” episodes every Monday (with new intros) The best way to keep in touch with what's next is to;Sign onto my email listHit Subscribe to this podcast in your favourite podcast app of choiceClick here for show notesEmail Leanne if you're curious about the Gold Coast retreat in Feb 2022 (leanne@leannehughes.com)Ending a podcast is very different to ending a job. You know when you leave a job, you get all these lovely messages/people who you least expected signing your farewell card?  The magic of hosting this show, is that as the show continued, every week I'd hear from someone who found an episode helpful, or they discovered the show at EXACTLY THE RIGHT TIME for them in their career.The show couldn't have got here without you. It's been a co-creation process this whole time. I'd like to thank the following people who submitted voice notes and emails for the final episode, in no particular order:Juan Daniel Sobrado, Beth Wonson, Tom Scantlebury, Prina Shah, Garbiel Furman, Jan Szmanda, Tim Ferguson, Tony Brazelton, Julia van Graas, Kevin Meenaghan, Sally Prosser, Paul McGregor, Sean Lavin, May Lee, Lauren Scholz, Ken Burgin, Joeri Schilders, Deanne Gagnon, Gordon Rhodes, Cathryn Lloyd and Thomas Fry.A reflection question that's fitting to ask you now is this: Is there anything you need to stop, in order to progress where you'd like to be?About your host: Leanne HughesLeanne Hughes is an international facilitator, speaker and coach who loves creating unpredictable workshop experiences, that predictably work. She combines her experience in Marketing, with her education in Human Resources and Psychology, to help leaders create engaging everyday experiences - that are so contagious they scale across teams, functions and regions.Leanne has facilitated leadership, onboarding and team-development workshops across Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Mongolia, Papua New Guinea, and Singapore and believes in a strengths-centred approach to learning and development.  She has over 14 years' of experience across a range of industries including mining, government and tourism sectors.She's the host of the First Time Facilitator podcast and is the Winner (External) in the 2021 Australian Learning Impact awards for Learning Professional of the Year.Social MediaSubscribe to Leanne's weekly newsletterConnect with Leanne Hughes on LinkedInFollow behind the scenes on Leanne Hughes' Instagram account Chat to Leanne Hughes in 280 character or less on TwitterSupport the show - buy Leanne a coffee!Support the show (https://buymeacoffee.com/leannehughes)

It's Your World
"We Are BACCCKKKK!!!"

It's Your World

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 35:06


Listen to the latest Episode of 't's Your World Podcast' Talking Fatherhood, Stand Up Comedy, Podcasting, Moving to the Gold Coast and the Chicago Bulls! Make sure to Subscribe & Review! Donate to the Podcast Here - $UrWrldPod  

SBS Vietnamese - SBS Việt ngữ
Queensland ở trong tình trạng báo động vì ghi nhận thêm hai ca nhiễm COVID mới không rõ nguồn lây

SBS Vietnamese - SBS Việt ngữ

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 4:48


Queensland vẫn đang ở trong tình trạng báo động về các ca nhiễm COVID-19 không rõ nguồn lây tại Gold Coast trong khi ghi nhận thêm hai ca mới tại địa phương, thuộc một vùng khác của tiểu bang. New South Wales có thêm hai ca tử vong và 286 ca nhiễm mới hôm nay, giữa lúc các quy định mới nêu rõ điều kiện hủy chuyến du lịch đã được tiết lộ.

Songwriter Trysts
#158 Matt Ward

Songwriter Trysts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 22:52


South Australian Matt Ward joins Rae Leigh to talk about Songwriting, a broken heart and his global affair with writing and releasing music. Dreams die in the comfort zone… words from Matt Ward in this podcast. Learn how he got started and supporting his first major country music festival this weekend at Groundwater Country Music Festival on the Gold Coast. Connect with Matt: Website Spotify Instagram Facebook

Principle of Hospitality - The Podcast
Ep 161 - How food waste is only one part of food insecurity with Bernardo Tobias from OzHarvest

Principle of Hospitality - The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 66:13


Ep 161 - How food waste is only one part of food insecurity with Bernardo Tobias from OzHarvest From humble beginnings, OzHarvest has become a leading food rescue organisation on a mission to ‘Nourish our Country' by stopping good food from going to waste and delivering it to charities that help feed people in need. Their yellow vans are out and about in communities every day, collecting quality surplus food from a network of donors, including supermarkets, cafes, delis, restaurants, corporate kitchens, airlines, hotels and other food businesses. Today, OzHarvest operates nationally with offices in Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Cairns, Canberra, Melbourne, Newcastle and Perth, and through a team of passionate volunteers in regional communities. While our guest today, Bernardo Tobias, passion for the service of others has driven much of his career progression, his time with OzHarvest has cemented both his desire to use his skills for the greatest community impact and his understanding of the level of commitment, agility and collaboration that are required to achieve positive outcomes when faced with the complex, evolving demands we see in crisis management. Bernardo is proud and very grateful to be able to drive sustainability outcomes, engagement and behavioural change across Victoria and South Australia. In this podcast we talk about the origin of OzHarvest, how they have handled the last 18 months with increased need but less supply, how they have had to purchase food for the first time in their history, the importance of understanding climate change, and how we can assist at a granular level to make a difference in food insecurity and cutting food waste. Please connect with OzHarvest on the links below- Website: https://www.ozharvest.org/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ozharvest/ Please connect with us here at POH- Website: https://principleofhospitality.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/principle_of_hospitality/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/principle-of-hospitality/message

BE with Champions
Ashleigh Gentle - Olympian. 2018 WTS Grand Final gold medal, 2017 runner up ITU World Championship

BE with Champions

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 80:24


Welcome to The Greg Bennett show, an AnyQuestion podcast hosted by Former Professional Olympic and World Champion Athlete Greg Bennett.  Greg chats with the world's greatest athletes and high performers to find out how they got to the top of the world and how they are able to sustain it.  In this week's episode, Greg chats with Australian Triathlete, Ashleigh Gentle. Ashleigh is one of the most accomplished elite women on the WTS circuit. For the best part of the past 10 years Ashleigh has won some of the worlds biggest events, including, The Escape from Alcatraz triathlon, several ITU world series events, none bigger than the grand final in 2018. Ashleigh has won 8 (yes that's eight) Noosa triathlons from 10 starts. She has been to multiple Olympics. In 2014 she won silver in WTS Yokohama in 2015 and 2016 and in Abu Dhabi in 2016. By May 2016, she was ranked third in the world and in the same year, the Australian Olympic Committee announced Gentle's selection as one of six triathletes who would represent Australia at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro Ashleigh Gentle won silver at the Junior World Championships in Hamburg in 2007 and Vancouver in 2008, then finally discovered the golden touch in Budapest in 2010. The following year, Gentle won her first ITU World Cup in Edmonton, before placing 9th at her first WTS race in London and has since been one of the sport's most  consistent performers at the top level. 14:24 - In a series of rapid fire questions, Greg and Ashleigh discuss the feeling of making money (aka) getting “paid” to be an athlete. 25:28 - Ashleigh explains how she got a start in triathlon.  31:51 - At the age of 16 Ashleigh won silver in her first Junior title representing her country. 40:21 - Ashleigh and Greg discuss the transition from being a teenage athlete to becoming an elite woman athlete. 45:00 - The good times don't always last, and Ashleigh explains some of the tougher struggles she has experienced in her career. 51:44 - The first Olympics. Ashleigh describes her preparation and the drama of losing all her baggage and her racing bike. 57:06 - Aside from the lows, there have been some amazing highs in Ashleigh's career … one being the 2018 Grand final on the Gold Coast.  1:01:38 - Greg and Ashleigh recap 2021 and the challenges of travelling, competing, and hotel quarantine. 1:10:12 - Like so many elite athletes, Ashleigh knows when she is knocked down, how to get up and fight again. Having just recently won her 8th Noosa tri, Ashleigh explains that it has been crucial for her to surround herself with people that lift her up, rather than those negative noises from the public. 1:15:45 - Ashleigh shares her tips for helping people optimize their own lives.   Visit the Greg Bennett Show  Patreon or subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts.  This episode was brought to you by ATHLETIC BREWING … please check em out and support them - www.athleticbrewing.com

Success Smackdown Live with Kat
Stay Focused, And Stay Strong. Your Soul Does Already Know The Way

Success Smackdown Live with Kat

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 15:54


Question -   What if you were allowed to have more just because you were ALLOWED to have more?   What if you said yes to something, just because you were shown it?   Minus ‘having to do the work', the clearing before receiving, the evaluating, the justifications.. you just said yes because you had the right to say yes and claim what was being shown to you.     This episode is the reminder you know you need to help flip the switch and shift back into soul flow and certainty around claiming what is for you!     Truth is, there are many reasons that get in the way of choosing to step into whatever is calling you forth. This might be your next level income, relationships, lifestyle, business - whatever it is, when it comes time to saying yes it's common for you to question if you can really receive what's now for you.   This episode will help you to remain focused, stay strong and tap back into the truth that your soul always knows the way, and you DO have permission to say yes!   Please take a moment to leave a comment, review or share if you enjoy the show! Your feedback means so much to me, and I appreciate it so much!   --------------------   Hi, I'm Katrina Ruth. I'm a self-made multi-millionaire, and I work with successful badasses like YOU, who kick their OWN ass … and then I kick it a little bit harder.   I currently live on the Gold Coast of Australia, and I'm Mum to my two beautiful children, Alyssa and Nathan. I also recently got re-married to their Dad, Enzo. We divorced 5 years ago and are re-married this year! I travel a LOT with my business (sometimes with the fam, sometimes not, a little more restricted these days but still on the go!), and my business allows me to be fully location free.   After many MANY years of not going all in, NOT speaking my truth or doing what I really wanted to do in the world, I finally said yes to purpose and sharing my deep soul message, AND to doing the damn work, and now, well –   Here we are.   I have been fortunate enough to build up an INCREDIBLE online community of driven entrepreneurs and leaders and creators, and each day I get to do what I always wanted to do, which is to motivate, educate, empower and inspire you to press play and create the business and life YOU want.   I've made close to $15,000,000 (yes, 15 million dollars) online just by speaking my truth and following the path of my soul, breaking any and all rules that don't feel fuck yes for me, and also – and this is my fave! – really just being ME. Yeah, I might have some fancier stuff now than when I started, but my business was built on, and still runs on, me being the girl who just loves to write and say what needs to be said running around usually in her gym gear as a hot mess, in between being a Mum and just, well, living life!   I can't wait to get to know you! Please reach out and tell me about you me anytime, share what most speaks to you from my content, or just say whats up! I love to hear from badasses like you who GET what life is meant to be about!   Here are some other ways to connect with me as well as the MANY like-minded revolutionary leaders all around the world:   Katrina Ruth Show - https://facebook.com/lifeisnow.pressplay   Daily Asskickery for Revolutionary Fucking Leaders - https://www.facebook.com/groups/dailyasskickery/   thekatrinaruthshow - https://www.instagram.com/thekatrinaruthshow   The Katrina Ruth Show - https://www.youtube.com/c/thekatrinaruthshow   Amazon best-selling books - https://www.booksforkickasswomen.com   Please leave a review if you enjoy the show!

Liz on Biz with Liz Theresa
E241 – 2021 Halloween Special – Erica Lee – How to Talk to Dead People & Tap Into Intuition

Liz on Biz with Liz Theresa

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021


Erica is a gifted legacy medium who has performed hundreds of readings on-site in locations as diverse as Ireland; Salem, Massachusetts; Liguria, Italy; and the Gold Coast of Australia. Her travels have taken her wide and far, on a miraculous journey of connection, communication, and discovery. In Great Britain, partnered with the University of Northampton, … Continued

Dreamvisions 7 Radio Network
Love Never Dies Radio with Dr Jamie Turndorf

Dreamvisions 7 Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 58:55


"How to Slow Down Your Biological Clock and Improve Intuition" There is a tiny gland linked to the ageing process. It controls how fast we age and how fast the body deteriorates. All cultures have reveared this tiny gland as the seat of the soul and the third eye. It's called the pineal gland and "sees" beyond the physical view of our first two eyes, accounting for our sixth sense ability - our intuition. The pineal gland gives us those feelings to do or not to do something, which turns out to be for our best good. It's the sense that tells us whether something is ethical or morally right in terms of our relationships with others. It is an internal rudder and navigation tool not to be under-estimated. Join us to learn about strategies that care for and enhance the working of this very important and powerful gland. Bio: Sandy Sanderson, B.Arts. Uni NSW (1979) +Post grad studies (business / marketing) (QUT & Griffith Uni Qld) 1992-93 Publisher of ‘This Month on The Gold Coast' magazine 1998-2009 Founder and CEO of Elektra Magnesium 2008-present. After her health crisis in 2008 from years of stress overload and shift working as a magazine publisher, Sandy discovered that magnesium deficiency was the primary cause of stress-related diseases. Without enough magnesium cell metabolism and recovery is diminished. Transdermal magnesium helped Sandy to recover from heart arrhythmia and other symptoms of Hashimotos hypothyroidism. Since that time Sandy and her husband Peter, a formulating chemist, have been on the mission of their lifetime to develop an Australian range of natural magnesium body care products branded ‘Elektra Magnesium', which is packed full of nutrition and quality ingredients. These products are far more effective at delivering magnesium to cells via skin compared to oral tablets and powders. They also work great as anti-ageing natural skin care. www.elektramagnesium.com.au Video Version: https://youtu.be/uyBVN4XnHtc Call in and Chat with Dr. Jamie during Live Show with Video Stream: Call 646-558-8656 ID: 8836953587 press #.  To Ask a Question press *9 to raise your hand Tune-in to “Love Never Dies” and discover for yourself why reconnecting and Dialoguing with Your Departed loved ones is the only way to dry your tears and transform your grief to joy! For more information about Dr. Turndorf follow her on Facebook: askdrlove and Twitter: @askdrlove and visit www.askdrlove.com.

Pushing The Limits
Ultramarathoning: How to Do the Impossible with Dean Karnazes

Pushing The Limits

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 64:16


When was the last time you got up and ran? Simply jogging around the neighbourhood during the weekends to keep fit may be daunting for some. Now, imagine the sheer amount of dedication, endurance, and resilience ultramarathoning requires. This type of long-distance running is an activity that tests the limits of human endurance. You might think running a thousand miles is impossible, but today's guest continues to prove others wrong. He's on a mission to exceed his limits and inspire others to do the same. Dean Karnazes joins us in this episode to get up close and personal about his experiences in ultramarathoning. He candidly shares the highs and lows, the triumphs and defeats. We also find out the importance of failure and finding magic in misery.  If you're interested in discovering how you can build your character, embrace pain and failure, and get inspired to push your limits, then this episode is for you.    Here are three reasons why you should listen to the full episode: Discover how to cope with the ups and downs of ultramarathoning. Learn about the importance of pain and failure. Get inspired by Dean's valuable takeaways from his career.   Get Customised Guidance for Your Genetic Make-Up For our epigenetics health program all about optimising your fitness, lifestyle, nutrition and mind performance to your particular genes, go to  https://www.lisatamati.com/page/epigenetics-and-health-coaching/. You can also join their free live webinar on epigenetics.   Online Coaching for Runners Go to www.runninghotcoaching.com for our online run training coaching. You can also join our free live webinar on runners' warm-up to learn how a structured and specific warm-up can make a massive difference in how you run.   Consult with Me If you would like to work with me one to one on anything from your mindset, to head injuries,  to biohacking your health, to optimal performance or executive coaching, please book a consultation here: https://shop.lisatamati.com/collections/consultations   Order My Books My latest book Relentless chronicles the inspiring journey about how my mother and I defied the odds after an aneurysm left my mum Isobel with massive brain damage at age 74. The medical professionals told me there was absolutely no hope of any quality of life again. Still, I used every mindset tool, years of research and incredible tenacity to prove them wrong and bring my mother back to full health within three years. Get your copy here: http://relentlessbook.lisatamati.com/ For my other two best-selling books, Running Hot and Running to Extremes, chronicling my ultrarunning adventures and expeditions all around the world, go to https://shop.lisatamati.com/collections/books.   My Jewellery Collection For my gorgeous and inspiring sports jewellery collection, 'Fierce', go to https://shop.lisatamati.com/collections/lisa-tamati-bespoke-jewellery-collection.   Resources Gain exclusive access and bonuses to Pushing the Limits Podcast by becoming a patron!  Harness the power of NAD and NMN for anti-aging and longevity with NMN Bio.  A new program, BOOSTCAMP, is coming this September at Peak Wellness!  Listen to my other Pushing the Limits episodes:  #8: Dean Karnazes - The Road to Sparta #183: Sirtuins and NAD Supplements for Longevity with Dr Elena Seranova #189: Understanding Autophagy and Increasing Your Longevity with Dr Elena Seranova Connect with Dean: Website Books by Dean Karnazes:  Ultramarathon Man: Confessions of an All-Night Runner A Runner's High: My Life in Motion Dean's other books   Episode Highlights [05:21] Dean's Lockdown Experience in Australia Dean was supposed to go on a 1000-mile run across New South Wales.  After boarding a jet to Australia, he found that the pandemic situation was getting worse.  And so, Dean and Pat Farmer will be doing their run in a military base instead. Although he's quarantined inside a hotel room, Dean always stays moving and does bodyweight exercises to remain active. It was challenging to go from California, where 80% have been vaccinated, to Australia, which is still in lockdown. [11:18] Chronological and Biological Age Chronologically, Dean is closer to 60 than 50 years old. There are various ways to test your biological age, like C-reactive proteins and inflammation. Tune in to the full episode to learn more about what else goes into calculating your biological age. [14:17] Dean's Greek Heritage Dean's mother is from Ikaria, a Blue Zones with the highest concentration of centenarians worldwide. People in Ikaria live long, healthy lives. They don't pay attention to time and live in a strong community. Therefore, they are not prone to stress. Dean doesn't have any back, muscle, or joint pain. [18:50] Know What Your Body is Built For People are built to run at different speeds and distances. Various factors affect what you're optimised to do.  What's important is knowing the things that are optimal for your health. Dean has run over 300 traditional marathons in his career. He has also seen people well past their 70s who are still physically able and active. [22:04] What is A Runner's High About? A Runner's High is about the changes that he, the world, and ultramarathoning has undergone. Ultramarathoning impacts the people closest to you. Dean wanted to write a true and honest story about his reflections over the past three decades.  [24:00] Running the Western States Endurance Run This 100-mile trail race starts in Sierra Nevada, California. Dean first did this race in 1994. To him, this was an unforgettable experience. Going back after 13 times, Dean found that watching his dad and son crew for him and seeing how things changed over time was transformative for him. Dean recounts his experiences in detail in A Runner's High. [25:54] The Surprises of Parenting Kids grow faster than parents can adjust to them growing up.  Dean describes his son Nick as dichotomous, recounting how he would complain about his roommates being slobs while his own room is a mess. Nick volunteered to crew for him. Dean thought Nick would be irresponsible. Nick surprised Dean; he was much more responsible than Dean's dad. It's a parent's burden to accept that their child is now a self-sufficient, capable adult. [29:58] Did Dean's Career and Fame Affect His Family? Ultramarathoning has always been a family affair for Dean.  He would take his family to where his marathons are. Dean's kids had the opportunity to travel to different places from a young age. Fans that come up to him asking for autographs and selfies are decent people. [34:44] Dealing with Pain and Failure When you're in pain, it's difficult to interact with others. Dean admits that it can be tough when his fans come up to chat with him during this time. He commits to setting aside his ego and always gives 100% in everything he does, including ultramarathoning and interacting with fans. [40:44] The Value of Failing Success builds character, but failure more profoundly so. The emotional range that comes with failure makes one a better human. Don't shy away from hitting rock bottom because you'll be missing out on a profound character-building opportunity. In the end, it's a matter of perspective. Most people will applaud the distance that you run, whether you come in first or not. [44:49] Ultramarathoning is Achieving the Impossible Dean initially thought there was trickery involved in ultramarathoning. The moments that stuck to Dean in his career weren't victories or crossing finish lines.  What stuck to him were the moments when he was on the verge of giving up but persisted through difficulty. [48:04] The Importance of Character Ultramarathoning teaches you to be resilient through the tough times. Running doesn't hurt when you're doing it right. Some people try to avoid difficult things and pain, while others embrace them. We've built our world around comfort, but somehow we're still miserable. However, the more struggle you experience, the more strength you build. [53:21] Dean's Biggest Takeaways From Ultramarathoning To Dean, it's the little moments that are the most priceless. Ultramarathoning is a journey, a passion, and a commitment. Staying true to yourself is valuable, simple, and magical. [56:11] Forming Connections Through Books Writing is laborious, but the motivation it brings to people makes it worthwhile. Dean dictates the things he wants to write on his phone while running.  Running clears Dean's thoughts. To him, motion stirs emotion. A singularity of purpose is achieved when focusing on a specific goal or mission.   7 Powerful Quotes from This Episode ‘Some people are built to run far and slow, and other people are built to run quick and short.' ‘In school, you get the lesson and you take the test. In parenting, you take the test, and then you get the lesson.' ‘What can you do other than just do your best? You're human. All of us can only just do our best.' ‘When I stand on the starting line, I'm going to give it my all. I'm not going to leave anything on this course. I'm just going to be the best that Dean can be. I'm going to try my hardest and the only way I'm going to fail is if I don't try my hardest and don't give it my all.' ‘I think bold failures build character. I have to be honest. Success builds character, but so does failure and in a more profound way.' ‘We've built our world around comfort: having every comfort available and removing as much discomfort and pain as we can. And I think, in a way, we're so comfortable, we're miserable.' ‘I'm just a runner, but that's who I am and I'm staying true to that. I'm going to do that to the grave. And I think in that, there's a simplicity and I think there's some magic in that.'   About Dean Dean Karnazes is a renowned ultramarathon runner. Among his many accomplishments, he has run 50 marathons in 50 days on 50 consecutive days, gone across the Sahara Desert in 120-degree temperatures, and ran 350 miles without sleep. He has also raced and competed in all seven continents twice. Dean has carried the Olympic Torch twice. He appeared on the covers of Runner's World, Outside, and Wired, and has been featured in TIME, People, GQ, and Forbes. He was named one of the "Top 100 Most Influential People in the World". Men's Fitness has also labelled him as one of the fittest men in the world. To top it off, Dean is also a New York Times bestselling author and a much sought-after speaker and panellist in running and athletic events worldwide.  If you want to learn more about Dean, his incredible adventures and his achievements, you may visit his website.   Enjoyed This Podcast? If you did, be sure to subscribe and share it with your friends! Post a review and share it! If you enjoyed tuning in, then leave us a review. You can also share this with your family and friends so they can find inspiration from Dean's stories on ultramarathoning and the lessons he learned along the way. Have any questions? You can contact me through email (support@lisatamati.com) or find me on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. For more episode updates, visit my website. You can also tune in on Apple Podcasts. To pushing the limits, Lisa   Trasncript Of The Podcast Welcome to Pushing the Limits, the show that helps you reach your full potential, with your host Lisa Tamati, brought to you by lisatamati.com. Lisa Tamati: Good day, everyone. Welcome back to Pushing the Limits, your host Lisa Tamati here. Today, I have one of my longtime friends and a guy who has had a massive influence in my life both as a role model and as someone who has facilitated me with a lot of help with my books and so on. He's a worldwide legend. He is Dean Karnazes. He is the author of four books. And he has a new one out called the Runner's High, which I was excited to give me an excuse to chat to my buddy, and see what he's been up to, and to talk everything, ultramarathon running. We talk a whole lot about getting older in ultramarathon running, and the difficulties, and we talk about life in general and longevity, and the beauty of the sport. He's an incredible ambassador for our sport. He's done so much. He's brought so many people into the sport worldwide and he's an incredible human being. He's actually stuck in lockdown in Australia right at the moment as we were recording this and was about to do a race ride around Australia with my other friend, Pat Farmer. Another incredible human being. These guys are just next level crazy, and bloody COVID has ripped everything so they're now down to doing thousand-mile race around a military base in Australia in New South Wales. But in true ultramarathon form, where there's a will, there's a way. And when there's an obstacle, you find a way around it. Improvise, adapt, and overcome as my friend Craig Harper always says. So that's what these guys have been doing. So I hope you enjoy this episode with Dean Karnazes. Without him, I wouldn't have my books. He is a very generous and caring person as well as being an incredible athlete. Before we head over to the show, just want to remind you, we have our BOOSTCAMP live webinar series coming up starting on the first of September 2021. If you're listening to this later on, we will be doing these on an ongoing basis. And actually, we have planned to set up a mastermind that goes the year long. I don't know how long it's gonna take us to get organised but that is our goal. We're all about helping each other upgrade our lives and be the best versions of ourselves that we can be. This one's called BOOSTCAMP. This eight-week-long webinar series that Neil and I are doing. This is a live series where you hang out with us once a week for an hour and get a lot of great information: the latest science, the latest biohacking, the latest longevity, everything about mental toughness, resilience, everything that's going to basically upgrade your life and help you be a better human. The stuff that we've spent years and decades actually studying, learning, and doing. So I hope you get to enjoy this with us. You can head on over to peakwellness.co.nzboostcamp. That's B-O-O-S-T camp. BOOSTCAMP, not boot camp. We won't be making you run around doing anything. We're just going to be having wonderful chats and education. A lot of lectures and a lot of fun to be had along the way. And, I think, what's most important is you'll be networking with like-minded individuals. They say that you are the sum total of the five people that you hang out with most. And make those five people, in this case, it will be a few more, some top-quality people who are all on a mission the same as you are. So if you want to come and join us, that's BOOSTCAMP. We also have our epigenetics program. If you want to know all about your genetics, and how to upgrade your life through your genes, understanding what your genes do, if you're dealing with a difficult health journey, and you don't know where to go to next, this is a very good place to start. This is our flagship program that we've been running for years now. We've taken hundreds and hundreds of people through this program. And it's really an incredible all-encompassing program that looks at your food, your exercise types, what time of the day to do different things, your mood and behaviour, and lots, lots more. So come and check that out at lisatamati.com and hit the ‘Work with Us' button then you'll see our Peak Epigenetics program there if you're interested in doing that. Right. Now, over to the show with Dean Karnazes who's sitting in lockdown in Australia. Well. Hi, everyone and welcome to the show. Today, I have my very good friend and absolute legend of ultramarathoning, Dean Karnazes, with me. Dean, welcome to the show, again. Repeat offender. Dean Karnazes: Oh, it's so nice to be back on with you. Thank you for having me. We always have such lively conversations. I love it. Lisa: We do, right? I just absolutely enjoy your company. Whenever I've had the chance to spend a little bit of time with you, it's been absolute gold whether it's been on the podcast, or interviewing you, or hanging out with you on the Gold Coast like we did last year. That was absolutely awesome. Dean, you've just brought out another book. Another amazing book called Runner's High, and that's why we had to get you back on, because I want to share about all this book. But before we get into the book, you're sitting in lockdown in Australia. Tell me what is going on there. Dean: It's a long story but it started with a run across Australia with Pat Farmer. So from Western Australia to the East Coast, and that was the original idea; it was 5,000 kilometres. And this was six months ago when the world was going in a better direction, and over the past six months, boy, the world has done just the opposite. And we, like you, are a fighter and we kept saying we're going to persevere the same... Well, the run across Australia got mixed to a run across New South Wales, a thousand-mile run across New South Wales. And we kept thinking, 'This is going to happen. This is going to happen.' I boarded the plane, I flew to Australia with 10 people on the huge jet, yeah. And when I get to Australia, I realise how bad the situation is here. And every day, I turn on the news. It's getting worse, it's getting worse as I'm in quarantine, and then finally Pat called me a couple days ago and said, 'We can't do the thousand-mile run now. We could still the thousand-mile run. It's just going to be contained within a military base because we need to stay in our own bubble.' And I thought 'Oh.' Lisa: He has flown away from America to Australia to run around the military base. It sounds a bit like being tactic stuff. Dean: Oh, yeah. And not only the... To sit in quarantine. To your point, I've been in our hotel room for 12 days now, waiting to get out, yeah. Lisa: For someone like you... You're just like me. Obviously, you're even more extreme than me. It must be torture. I just can't comprehend being in a room. This must be awful for you. Dean: Don't remind me, but yeah. Basically, from the moment I get up, I'm staying active. We both know the importance of movement. So from the moment my head leaves the pillow, I'm not sitting down ever. Even right now, I'm pacing back and forth in this room, and I'm doing bodyweight exercises just constantly, at least throughout the day. Lisa: I used to... If I was travelling and I was stuck in a hotel room somewhere in a dangerous city or whatever, I'd put on something running on TV and run along with them. I was doing the Boston Marathon in Budapest in a hotel room one day. Just run along the spot. Doesn't matter. You got to do something to keep active, so I can imagine it being a bit of a mission for you. So my heart goes out to you and hang in there for two more days. And all my love, please, to Pat Farmer. I love the guy. He's just amazing. We got to hang out when we're in the Big Red Run together, which I failed spectacularly, by the way. I had a back injury that walked me out in the middle of that race. But one of the big advantages of that run was actually getting to meet Pat Farmer because he's an absolute legend of the sport. So you two together would be a really powerful combination. I'm really sad that he's not going to go right around Australia because imagine the people that would have come out and enjoyed meeting you two. Dean: Oh, he pulled all the strings. He's very well connected in political circles and the Australian Army is crazy for us. So we had 13 Army personnel and they're setting up a tent city every night, and they're cooking for us. It was amazing but COVID had other plans. Lisa: Oh, bloody COVID. It's wrecking every damn thing. Hey, but it's ultramarathon runner and Pat Farmer who has run from the North Pole to the South Pole, people. Absolute crazy guy. Obstacle? Find a way around it. Obstacle? Find a way around. And that's what you guys are doing, and you have to be flexible. That's a good lesson for this day and age because we're all having to be very, very flexible right now, and adapt to a hell of a lot of change, and being able to cope in different situations. So I bet you guys would just find a way through it and it will be another incredible story at the end of the day. Dean: I think the world needs it. As controversial as the Olympics were, I think it was an amazing thing, and it's so scaled back, right? But still, people are stuck in their house and now, what are they doing? They're watching the Olympics. They're getting energised, and they're thinking about the future so yeah, thank you. It's been a very emotional journey for me to leave a place... Where I live in California, we're over 80% vaccinated. So to leave a place where there was no masks then come here, it's been eye-opening and challenging. Lisa: You should have Pat go to you and run around California. You got it backwards. I have no doubt that you guys will just find a way through, and you'll make it epic, anyway. Say you get given lemons, you make lemonade. Dean: Yeah well, at least we're staying in military barracks, and we're basically running. Every day, we're staying in the same place so logistically, it'll be easier. Lisa: Yeah. Oh my god, you guys just don't stop. I admire you guys so much, and I was saying to you last year, when we're in the Gold Coast, 'I've hit the wall at about 48 but to be honest, I had a pretty hit on, full-on war with my body and....' But you guys just seem to keep going, and going, and going. I had Mum as well so I did have an excuse, guys. But pretty highly, it was a stressful last five years. But you just seem to... Because how old are you now, Dean, if you don't mind sharing? Dean: Yeah. Well, when anyone would ask my age, I would say, 'Are you talking about my chronological age or my biological age?' Lisa: Well, your chronological because biological, you're probably 20 years younger. Because I definitely am. That's my take on it. Dean: Chronologically I'm closer to 60 than 50. Lisa: Exactly. Have you actually ever had your biological age done? Because that's an interesting thing. Dean: Yeah, I had a couple. There's a lot of good ways you can test it, and I've had it done a couple different times. One, I was about I was in my late 30s. And then on another, I was older than my actual chronological age. Lisa: Which one was that? Dean: It was post ultramarathon. So after racing, we spoke about C-reactive protein earlier and inflammation. And that was one of the biomarkers that they used in calculating your biological age. So when I looked at the results, I said, 'Hold it. How did you arrive at that figure?' And they gave me all the markers they looked at, and I said, 'Well, look. This is wildly elevated because just four days ago, I just ran a hundred miles.' Lisa: Exactly. And C-reactive protein, if you've just had a cold, if you've just hit like we were talking about my dad before and sepsis and his C-reactive protein was just through the roof. So that makes sense that they would be out. There's a whole clock, which is the methylation markers, which is a very good one. I've done just one very basic one that came out at 34. I was pretty pleased with that one. At the end of the day, I think if you can keep all your inflammatory markers like your homocysteine and C-reactive protein generally under control, keep your albumin levels high, they are pretty good markers. Albumin is one that is looking at, it's a protein that your liver makes, and that's a very important one. And if you albumin starts to go too low, that's one sign that things aren't going to good. So keep an eye on all those. I love studying all this longevity stuff because I plan to live to 150 at least, and I don't think that that's unrealistic now as long as I don't get run over by a bus or something. With the stuff that's coming online and the technology that's coming, we're going to be able to turn back the clock on some pretty advanced stuff already. Now, my mum's on more than me because obviously, her needs are a bit greater than mine. I can't afford for us to be on all the top stuff. But yeah, I'm very excited. We don't need to age like our grandparents have aged. We're gonna have... And someone like you, Dean, who's lived a good healthy life, apart from pushing the hell out of your body, and I'll talk about that in a sec, but I think you've got the potential to live to 150, especially because you're Greek. You come from stock. Dean: And my mom is from one of the Blue Zones. An island called Ikaria and I've been there and I've met... Ikaria, the island she's from, has the highest concentration of centenarians anywhere on Earth. Lisa: Oh my gosh. So you're going to live to 200 then. Dean: Well, the beautiful thing about these people is that not only are they over 100, they still have a high quality of life. They're still mobile; they're self-sufficient. Mentally and cognitively, they're sharp as a tack. They're active. The one thing that they have that we don't have the luxury of is the complete absence of stress. They don't pay attention to time. Lisa: That's, I think, a crucial point. Stress is a killer in so, so many ways. Dean: Even the fact that we have mortgages, and we have payments, rent, all those sort of things, I think, contribute to obviously, to stress. And fitting in with new society. It's much more of a sense of community in these villages where everyone is part of it. They all take care of each other, so it's a different lifestyle. Lisa: I think, definitely when you're actually living the old way of being out in the sunshine, from the time you get up to the end of the day, you're working outside and on the ground, in the land, hands in the dirt, all of that sort of stuff really... Because I studied lots about circadian rhythms and how our eyes, for example, you see sunshine early in the morning. That resets your circadian rhythms, sets the clock going for the day. Your adenosine starts to build up over the day. You get tired at about 14 to 16 hours later. All of these things that we've... as modern-day humans, we've taken ourselves out of the old way of living and put ourselves into this artificial comfortable environment. But this is upsetting all our ancient DNA, and that's why that's leading to problems. And then, of course, we've got this crazy life with technology, and the stuff we have to do, and work. Just like stress, what it does to the gut, the actual microbiota in the gut, and how much it affects your gut health. And of course, gut health affects everything. Your brain and your gut talk all the time. All these stuff so I think if we can harness the cool stuff of the technology coming, plus go back and start respecting as much as possible our ancient DNA, and then eating our ancestors did as best we can with these depleted soils, and pesticides, and glyphosates, and God knows what's in the environment, but doing the best we can, then we've got a good chance of actually staying around on this planet and still be running ultramarathons or at least marathons when you're a hundred plus. I don't think that that's unrealistic anymore, and that excites me. So I'm always learning on that front. Dean: But I want to be that guy that's running a marathon when you say a hundred. That's my ambition now. Lisa: I'll keep you up on the latest stuff then. What you need to be aware of. Dean: I don't have any... People say, ‘You must have arthritis, or back pain, or knee pain, or joint pain.' I don't have any of those things. I don't know why but I just... I'm so happy. I get up every morning and feel fresh. Lisa: That's absolutely amazing. I think one of the amazing things with you is that... Because I studied genetics, and I looked at my genes. And actually doing really long bouts of exercise with my combination of genetics and my cardiovascular system, especially I've got a very weak glycocalyx, which is the lining of your endothelial cells. Bear with me people. This means that if I do a lot of oxidative damage, which you do, of course, when you're running, that's pretty damaging to my lining of my blood vessel. So I've got to be a little more careful and take a lot of antioxidant support. But having that inflammation means I can now take steps to mitigate that so that I can still do what I love to do. And that's really key. It's hitting stuff off at the pass and there's so much we can do now and that's really, really exciting. But I've gone completely off topic because we should be talking about your book. Dean: No, I think it's very relevant because I think that some people are built to run far and slow and other people are built to run quick and short. Lisa: Yeah. I do and I agree and it's not just about your fast-twitch fibres. It is also about your methylation and your detox pathways, your hormonal pathways, your cardiovascular genes. All of these things do play a role, and that's why there's no one size fits all. And that's why we don't all have to be Dean Karnazes or Pat Farmer. You know what I mean? Not everybody is built for that or should be doing that, and that's okay as well. And working out what is optimal for your health is the key thing. Having role models like you guys is just mind-blowing because it does lift your perception of what the human body is capable of. That leads the way for others, and to follow, and to test out their personal limits. I think that's important too. Dean: Well, I've run over 300 traditional marathons. And you go to the Boston Marathon, you go to these big marquee marathons, the New York City Marathon, and you see people in their 70s and 80s that, compared to their peers, are off the charts. You say, 'Well, that running is gonna be bad for you.' I don't subscribe to that. Lisa: I've done what, 70-odd thousand K's. Not as much as you have. And I don't have any knee pain. I don't have any back pain because I keep my core strong and that's despite having accidents with my back and having no discs. Because I keep myself fit and healthy. I have had some issues with hormones and kidney function because when we... You would have been rhabdomyolysis, no doubt a few times. Dean: Minor, minor, but I have. Yeah. Every ultra runner has, yeah. Lisa: Yeah, so things that. You've got to just keep an eye on and make sure you don't... You look after your kidneys otherwise and do things to mitigate the damage. Because yeah there are certain things that damage. But life damages you. Like living, breathing is damaging. It's causing oxidative stress. So you've got to weigh up the pros and cons, but having an active physical life outdoors, and having adventures, and being curious and excited, and being involved in the world, that's got to be beneficial for you. So when do you actually start with this big adventure with Pat? Dean: It's on the 14th of August, so in about a week. Yep. They finish on the 24th, yeah. Lisa: Oh, I'd like to get you both back on at the end of it to give me a rundown, have a go. That will be cool. Dean, let's just pivot now and let's talk a little bit about your book. Because you brought out some incredible books over the years. You're world-famous. You're a New York Times bestselling author. You've been named by the Times magazine as one of the most hundred influential people of the world. That's just insane. And now, you're brought out Runner's High. What's different about this story? Dean: Well, my first book was Ultramarathon Man, and that was kind of a coming-of-age book. It was about me learning about this crazy universe of ultramarathon and people doing things that I thought was impossible. And Runner's High is five books later and three decades later. How am I still doing it? And how have I changed? How has the sport of ultramarathoning changed? How has the world changed? And that was the book. And it was also a very personal book and that... You're an ultramarathoner, and you know ultramarathon is an island. If you start running these long distances it impacts everyone in your life including your family. Very much for your family. The book, it is not really about running. It's funny. People read it and they say, 'Wow. It's amazing but it's storytelling.' And you and I are both good storytellers, and that was what I just set out to write a book that was true and honest, and it was enjoyable for the reader. And yeah, it's doing really well in New Zealand, actually. Lisa: It must be doing well around the world. And this one is very... It's really real, and genuine, and raw. No holds barred. No barred... What do you call it? No... How do you say that? It's very much a real and it's a love letter to, basically, like you say, to running. And you're actually revisiting the Western States, a race that you've done how many times? 13 times or something? But coming back in your 50s, late 50s to do this again in 2018. It was a bit of a tough road, shall we say. Can you tell us a little bit about that part of the journey and why Western States are so special to you? Dean: Yeah. The Western States 100 mile endurance run is in the Sierra Nevada, California. And it was the first 100-mile trail race, and I first did it back in 1994. So your first is always your best. It's kind of this amazing experience that you have, and you just never forget it. I can recall literally conversations I had in that race in 1994. I can recall what people were wearing. I can recall where I saw my parent. I recall it. It gets impressed upon your mind. So my synapses just absorbed it. So going back here after 13 goes at it and thinking, 'Wow, is this going to be a stale experience? Or what is it going to be like?' And it ended up being quite magical and quite transformative in my career as well as... I learned a lot about my father and my son, and I wrote a lot about that in the book, and watching them crew for me, and how things have changed over time. It wasn't a good race. I don't want to be a spoiler but I think good races don't make good stories. Good races, you pop the champagne, yeah, it's boring. You high five at the finish, you have some champagne, and all this good. When things go to shit, that's an interesting story. Lisa: Yeah, absolutely. I've got three books full of things turning to shit. And I think it's beautiful that you talk about your dad or what a crazy guy he is, and your son coming and how your son was actually... Like you didn't know whether he was up to crewing for you really because he's a young man. He wasn't going to take this seriously because you need your crew to be on form. How do he actually do when he was out there? Dean: Yeah. There's a saying that in school, you get the lesson and you take the test. In parenting, you take the test and then you get the lesson. You're just like, 'Boy I screwed that one up.' You lose track of your kids, especially when they go off to uni. Lisa: Just interrupting the program briefly to let you know that we have a new patron program for the podcast. Now, if you enjoy Pushing the Limits, if you get great value out of it, we would love you to come and join our patron membership program. 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Dean: As a parent, your kids grew up quicker than you adjust to them growing up, and I always treat them as a guy that needs his diaper change kind of thing even though he's 20 years old now. Nick was just such a dichotomous individual because he complained to me when he came home from uni that his roommates were such slobs. I said, 'How do you like living with three other guys?' He's like, 'It's great. They're my best friends, but they're such slobs.' Every every time I walked past his room, I'd look in his room, and it was a Tasmanian devil had gone through it. ‘Your room is such a mess.' When he volunteered the crew for me at Western States, claiming he knew how to do it, even though the last time he'd done it, he was nine years old, and he didn't do anything. At this time, he was actually driving a vehicle. He was the most important support I had during this kind of foot race. And I just thought that it was gonna be a horrible experience. That he'd be irresponsible, he wouldn't show up, and this, and that. At least it was just the opposite. He was the most responsible, so much more responsible than my dad. So much more capable. My dad's been doing this for 30 years, and my son who's never done it was so much better than my dad. He showed me a new side of him that I'd never seen. Lisa: That's him growing up, I suppose? Dean: Yeah. I think every parent that's got a kid is kind of nodding their head as they're hearing this because they can relate. Lisa: Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And I think kids, sometimes when they can be a kid, they'll be a kid. They'll be the irresponsible... But when you actually put them on the spot and expect something from them, sometimes, they come to the party if you're lucky, and actually step up to the line, and actually do a good job, and obviously, Nicholas did that. Dean: Yeah. I think it's more the burden of the parent to accept and to realise that this little baby is self-sufficient and capable. Let go of the fact that they once were so dependent on you. They're not anymore. They have their own life, and they can navigate their way through the world. Lisa: It must be pretty hard to let go. What do you think it's been like for them having such a famous, crazy, extreme athlete dad? Was it hard for both of them? Because I can imagine you were away a lot. You're doing dangerous, crazy, amazing things. Everybody knows you. You're extremely well known when you go anywhere. How did that affect the family in general? Dean: It's funny. My kids have never known me as anything different. They've always known me as this ultramarathoner, and it's always been a family affair for me. My kids, they've been to Australia, they've been to Europe multiple times, South America, all over North America. I have taken them with me. I once ran 50 marathons in all of the 50 US states in 50 days, and they were along. Yeah. How many kids... My son was nine, my daughter was 11. How many kids ever, how many people ever get to see all of the states of America, let alone when you're that age? So I think that they just accept me for what I am. Sometimes I get the fan thing where people come up to me like at a restaurant. Like, 'Oh, can you sign this or that?' And it's always good people. The people that come up to me in an airport and say, 'Hey, I really admire you. Can we do a selfie?' They're decent people. Like I want to go have a glass of wine with this guy or this lady. It's not like I'm a rock star or movie star where I have all the crazy people chasing around. The people who chase me around are my peers. People I really admire myself. Lisa: Or other runners. You know what? Something I've always admired about you, too, was that you always gave every single person time of day despite... And when we did that speaking gig together last year on the Gold Coast, I was really nervous, to be honest, because I was like, 'I'm on the stage with someone who is a superstar, and I'm little me.' Right? I'm sort of like, 'How the hell am I on stage with you? Because no one's gonna be interested in what the hell I've got to say when you're standing next to...' It's like some superstar, and you're standing on the stage with them, and you've got to do... It was quite difficult in a way because everybody wanted to... The line for your books was just two hours long. The line from mine was two people long. Dean: You carried yourself beautifully. I thought together, we were a great pair. We complemented each other. Lisa: You are a gentleman. You would always straight to me and make sure that I was included, which was fantastic. I saw you. Like you take the time for every single person. You are present with everybody, and that's a really hard thing to do. It's not so hard in a book signing, but it's bloody hard in the middle of a hundred-miler or a hundred K-er or when you were half-dead, dragging yourself into a checkpoint, and somebody wants a signature from you or a selfie, and you're trying to just get your stuff together. I found that difficult on my level of stuff. Because when I enter in New Zealand, I found that really difficult. I'd have people coming out on the road with me all the way through. And in that preparation, I thought that would be cool. In the reality of the day-to-day grind, did you know when you're... Because I was running up to 70K's a day. I was in a world of pain and hurt most of the time, and just struggling to keep going, and very, very breakable, you feel like. And then, you'd have people coming out and now it's been maybe 2, 3, 4 or 5K's with you, and they're full of beans, and they want you to be full of beans and full of energy, and give them the greatest advice in their 5K's when you're half dead. I found that really, really hard because I'm actually, believe it or not, quite introverted and when I'm running, I go in. How do you deal with it? How do you deal with that without being... Because you don't want to be rude. You don't want to be disrespectful to anybody, God forbid. But there were times on that run when I just literally had to say to my crew, 'I can't cope right now. I'm in a world of pain. I need some space.' And they have to sort of politely say, 'Sorry, she's not in a good space.' How do you deal with that? Dean: Well, it's amazing that we're having this conversation because there are not a lot of people that can relate intimately to what you just said. Because most people will never be in that position but what.. I experienced exactly you've experienced. When running 50 marathons in 50 days or running, I ran across America as well. When you're in a world of hurt, you've got this protective shell on, and you don't want to be social, and then I'd have groups of college kids show up with my book. Like 'Oh my god. Karnazes, you're such a great influence, and we love your book.' And 'Let's order a pizza.' I just feel like I just want to crawl into a mummy bag and hide and you just got to turn it on. Lisa: You've got to step up fine. Dean: Yeah, they're so happy to see you, and they want to see you on. They don't want to see you like this groveler just dying. They want to see you strong and engaging, and it's really tough sometimes. Yeah. It's definitely really tough sometimes. Lisa: Yeah, and that's why I admire that you managed to do that most of the time. You turn it on no matter in what shape you were. If I were to pull it out whereas, to be honest, a couple of times, I just couldn't. I'm just like, 'I'm done guys.' Remember on the run through New Zealand that one time? This was not with fans. I was running for CanTeen, the kids with cancer. I was in an immeasurable world of hurt one night after running for, God knows how long I've been out there, 1200 K's or something at the stage. I had a 13-year-old boy was sent into my room to give me a pep talk. He was dying of cancer or had cancer, and he was here to give me a pep talk because I was crying. I wasn't able to get up and run the next day. And he came in and told me how much it meant to him, and to his peers, and what it meant to him that I was undertaking this journey. That was a real lesson. Like, 'Oh, get over yourself. You're not dying, okay? You're not a 13 year old with cancer. You just have to run another 70 K's tomorrow. So what?' That's a good perspective. I did get up the next morning and go again and that was like, 'Here, come on.' Some funny but really touching moments. You are human and it's very easy when you go to a speaking engagement or whatever to be what you meant to be, a professional. But it's bloody hard when the chips are down and you're in the middle of a race to do that. So I really always did admire that about you. What I also admired was that it didn't matter whether you came first or last in a race. With the Western States, it was a struggle. You never shied away from the fact that today might not have been your day, and you're having a bad day, and you weren't embarrassed about that. I've had races with Pat Farmers, a classic one in the middle of the Big Red Run where I was just falling to pieces. I was going through some personal trauma at the time, and my back went out. Yeah, I was just at a bad place. And I was embarrassed because I failed at a race at that stage. I was in that mindset. Now, I look back and go 'Give yourself a break.' How do you cope with that? How do you... Like when you don't do what the fans expect you to do on that day? Dean: To me, it's your ego. Yeah, it is such an ego thing. And let's be honest, when you're a public figure, your failures are public. You don't fail in silence. You just kind of DNF and walk away and live the race another day. You DNF and people are taking pictures of you, and it's on the internet. I always got crowded. But in the end, I just... What can you do other than just do your best? You're human. All of us can only just do our best. So my commitment now is like, ‘When I stand on the starting line, I'm going to give it my all. I'm not going to leave anything on this course. I'm just going to be the best that Dean can be. I'm going to try my hardest and the only way I'm going to fail is if I don't try my hardest and don't give it my all.' And when you go with that mindset, no matter what happens, you're doing yourself a service. Lisa: Yeah, and you're a winner. This is such a powerful message, I think, for young people listening because often, we don't even try because we don't want to risk embarrassing ourselves, and risk failure, and risk looking like an idiot. And what you're saying is just forget your ego, set that to the side, and go, 'I'm going to give it all today, and if it isn't enough, it isn't enough and that's fine. I'll learn something out of it. And it's a journey that I'm on. And I'm going to be the best I can be today.' That's such a powerful story of perspective, and resilience, and leaving the ego at the door. I did struggle with that when I was younger because I had some pretty spectacular failures, and they really hurt. They really hurt where you take a long time to sort of go, 'Do I want to do that again in the public eye?' So to speak. And you've just always just been 'If it was a good day, it was a good day, and on to the next one if it was a bad day.' Dean: Yeah, I think bold failures build character. I have to be honest. Success builds character, but so does failure and in a more profound way. I lean into every emotion that I have. Either success or failure, sorrow or regret. All those things that happen when you have a bad race or a bad day. I want that full emotional range. It just makes you a better human, I think. Not to shy away from those deep lows where you're just crushed. I think that people that try to avoid that are really missing out. Yeah, yeah, it's painful and it hurts but it builds your character in a profound way. Lisa: Wow. That is so deep, actually. Because we're often taught push down your emotions, and keep them in a box, and be a professional, and keep going, and keep calm and carry on type thing. And it has its place as far as when you're in the middle of a race, you've got to keep your shit together, and compartmentalise stuff, and be able to function. But I think it's also very important to experience the pain, the grief, the pain, or whatever you're going through, and the happiness. It's another thing. I would get to the end of a race and it didn't matter how well I'd done, and what I've just achieved, and how difficult it was. I remember doing one in the Himalayas and a friend coming up to me afterwards and it was 220K race, extreme altitude, hell of a journey to get there, all sorts of obstacles. I get to the finish line and he's just like, 'Wow, you're amazing. It's incredible. I can't believe what you just did. If I hadn't seen it, I wouldn't have believed it.' And I just went, 'Oh no. Someone else was faster, and there's a longer race.' You know what I mean? And I didn't integrate it. And he just went, 'Oh, for crying out loud. Can't you just take this one to the bank and actually bank it as being a success and a huge win?' And I really took that to heart. And now, I pat myself on the back when I do even a little thing good because it reinforces that neural pathway in my brain that tells me, 'This was great because I just got a little reward' rather than, 'You're never good enough.' Because that was what I was telling myself before. No matter what I did, it wasn't enough. And now, flip that script around to go, 'Hey, you managed to do your shoelaces and get to the end of the road today. Well, done.' And it's the thought of it. Dean: It is, completely. My son said something to me that was along that same vein during the Western States. I said, ‘Nicholas…' This is maybe a mile 60 or 70 of a hundred-mile run. I said, 'My race is crap. I'm not having a good race.' And he looked at me, said, 'Dad, you're running a hundred miles. To most people, that's enough.' And I put it in perspective. That although I'm with all these super elite athletes, you're not doing that... To most people that hear about anyone running a hundred miles, they don't care if you came in first or last. A hundred miles? They don't care if my time was 15 hours or 50 hours. They're just so inspired. Yeah, blown away by it. Yeah. Lisa: Exactly, And I think that puts it because when we hang out... Because you are the sum total of the people that you hang out with, the top five, as the saying goes. And that can have negative connotations as well as positive. It can be the fact that you think if you're hanging out with the five top guys in the world, then you are going to be not looking too good. But if you're hanging out with just the average person, and you're doing something this long and this incredible, for most people, that's just like, 'Huh? Humans can do that?' I did a speaking engagement yesterday in Auckland and the people were like, 'But that's humanly impossible.' I go, 'It actually isn't, and there's actually thousands of us that do the stuff.' And then, they're like, 'What? I don't get it.' Dean: That was it. That was the same reaction I had when I heard about someone running a hundred mile like that. They're, 'Oh, there's trickery.' I thought there's trickery. I thought there's hotels, or just campgrounds, or something. The guy said, 'The gun goes off and you just run, and you stop when you cross the finish line.' I couldn't wrap my head around it. Lisa: Until you did it. Dean: Until you did it. Exactly, yeah. Lisa: And you built yourself up to it, and this is the thing. It's a combination of so much and it's that journey isn't it? So I think what we're talking about is it being this incredible life journey that you go on within an ultramarathon and within the training of our ultramarathon. It's like living an entire life in short. You're going through the highs, and the lows, and everything in between. And it's long, and it's hard, and it's awesome, and it's amazing, and you meet incredible people. It's everything that you go through in life but just on an intensive timescale, I feel like. And it's just a beautiful experience to go through, especially with the value of hindsight. Sometimes, in the middle of it, mile 70 of a hundred-mile race, it's not looking too flash. Dean: Well, but I mean, to that point, when we reflect back on moments that we remember, at least me, it's not the victories. It's not the crossing the finish line first to me. It's always that time where I thought, 'I'm done. This is it. I can't get out of this chair. I'm trashed.' And somehow getting through that really, really tough moment and carrying on. That's what sticks with you. It's pretty weird, at least with me. Those are the moments that reflect back on my career. It's those horrible moments that I somehow persisted. Lisa: When you look back, you're proud of yourself and you know that when... One of the biggest values, and I've seen this with my story with Mum and, unfortunately, recently with my dad, is that when the shit hits the fan, like it did in those two situations, I knew that I could step up to do everything within my power and that I was a fighter. I knew that I was a fighter, and then I knew that I would fight to the bitter end, whatever the outcome was. And that's a really good thing to know about yourself. Because you need to know that when things are down, what character do you have? Who are you when all the niceties of our world have gone? What are you capable of? And you learn to be able to function when everyone else is gone. And that's a really powerful lesson that ultramarathoning teaches you, I think, in decades of the sort of hard work. And that's why athletes, I think... When you're employing athletes or you going into business with other athletes, you're more likely to have someone who's willing to fight through the tough times than if you just get someone who hasn't ever experienced any sort of discomfort in their life. Then they're not liable to be able to push through and be as resilient. I think that's what I'm trying to say. Dean: I agree with you completely. And I often wonder if people have those character, those values, and that's what draws them to ultra running or if ultrarunning instils those values. I remember coming home from a run one time, and my neighbour was fetching up the morning paper. He saw me running back to my house and I'd, I don't know, I'd run 30 or 40 kilometres, and he said to me, 'Doesn't running hurt?' And I said to him, 'It doesn't if you're doing it right.' And he looked at me, 'I do everything to avoid difficult things.' And I'm like, ‘And I embrace it.' It's just a different mindset. Lisa: And if you have the mindset of wanting to always avoid all sorts of pain in life, then you're not going to experience very much. And when you're in a tough situation, you won't be able to cope because you won't have experienced any sort of pain. So the more that you had to struggle, the more strength you develop from that. The old proverb: 'Strength comes from struggle' is valid in all walks of life. So unfortunately, this is the way the world is set up. If you seek comfort all the time, you're actually going to be in deeper shit somewhere along the way and not able to help yourself because you haven't learned to fight, and you haven't learned to push through and to deal with a certain level of discomfort and a certain level of pain. And I think that's a really, really valuable thing to do. Every day, I try to experience some sort of discomfort or pain: whether it's cold, whether it's pushing myself mentally, intellectually, whether it's pushing myself physically, doing some intense extreme exercise, or whatever the case may be. Every day, I try to do something that it scares the shit out of me or pushes me in some way because then, I know that I haven't gone backwards that day. I've probably learned something, and gone forward, and I've strengthened my body and my mind in some sort of way, shape, or form. Dean: Yeah, but I think you're an exception. I think most people just try to take the path of least resistance and avoid difficult things and avoid pain. I think we've built our world around comfort: having every comfort available and removing as much discomfort and pain as we can. And I think, in a way, we're so comfortable, we're miserable. Lisa: Exactly. That's exactly the problem. Because by actually experiencing a little bit of pain, by doing your push-ups, going for your run, doing your pull-ups, whatever the case is, being outside and digging the garden and doing stuff that is a bit unpleasant, it actually makes your body stronger, and it makes you mentally stronger. If we all sit on the couch and watch Netflix all day every day and eat chips, what's going to happen to us? We're going to destroy our health. We're going to just be so... And this is... I think I'm scared for the younger generation, that they haven't actually... We grew up. We're roughly the same age. You're a couple years older. I grew up in the 70's where we were outside, doing something all day, every day. We came in at night time for a feed and went to bed. That was our childhood, and that was just a beautiful way to grow up. We were cold. We were hungry. We were tired. We were happy. Dean: We were playing, right? We were exercising. I remember riding my bike just everywhere. I never thought of it as exercise. It was playing. Kids don't play that way anymore, unfortunately. Lisa: It's a scary thing for them because we need to teach them. Because again, it goes back to sort of respecting our ancient DNA and that's what I think... That's another thing that ultramarathoning does, or even trekking, or adventuring in any sort of way, shape, or form. It's that we've come from stock that used to have to build their own houses, cut down their own trees, chase animals, whatever the case was, just to survive. And then, we now have it all laid on for us. We're in lovely houses. We've got light all day or night. We've got food every street corner. And our ancient DNA isn't just set up for that. This is where all the problems come. We could go on a complete rant, which I often do on this podcast. But coming back to your story in your Runner's High, what do you think now looking back at this incredibly long and prolific career and this incredible journey that you've been on so far, and I do think that you still got miles and miles to go. What are some of the biggest lessons that you've learned along the way on the thirty-odd year journey that you've been? What are the biggest takeaways from ultramarathon running? Dean: I think that it's the little moments that are the most priceless. It's not the moments where... I write about meeting with First Lady Michelle Obama. Yeah, that was great. It was amazing, and incredible, and everything else, but it's the little moments of having a moment with a crew member or your family that you just you reflect on and laugh about. So it's those things to me that are most priceless. The other thing with ultramarathoning that I've certainly learned is that it's a journey. To me, it's a passion and it's something I've committed my life to. And staying true to the person you are, there's value in that. Even though it's just running, Lisa. It's nothing hugely intellectual. I'm not winning Nobel prizes. I'm just a runner, but that's who I am and I'm staying true to that. I'm going to do that to the grave. And I think in that, there's a simplicity and I think there's some magic in that. Lisa: Oh, absolutely. You know what you're born to do. You say it's only running but actually, you're a teacher; you're an author; you're a person who empowers others. You're doing all of that in the framework of running. So you do a heck of a lot more than just running for me. You've influenced an entire generation worldwide. I hope you know. Without you, ultramarathon running would not be where it is today. So I think you know a little bit more than just running yourself. This is the power of books, and this is the power of storytelling. And it's the power of having such a unique character that is so charismatic and draws people in. And those are all the things that you've managed to take. You could have just been a silent runner who just did his thing and went away again, but you've chosen to share your journey with the world. And that's just gold because that just gives people an insight into what they can do. It's all about... when I read your books, I'm getting something for me. And everybody who's reading those books, that's actually, 'Yes, we talk. We're hearing Dean's story.' But we're actually going, 'Huh. Maybe I could do that. Maybe I could try that. Oh, yeah I've experienced that.' This is the conversation that are going on in people's heads when they read those stories, and that's why they have such an intimate connection with you. And why, even though it's weird when people come up and ask you for an autograph or any of that, they feel like they know you, and they do know you. Dean: I've got a message from a guy. Yeah, I know. Every time I think, 'Wow, this is really laborious, writing these books. And maybe it's my last book.' I got a message from a guy a couple days ago and he said, 'I was planning on reading a couple chapters of your new book before I went to bed.' And he said five hours later, 'I finished the last page.' And then, he said, 'And then I got up. I just had to go running.' Wow. Then the book worked if it motivated him to read the whole thing in one sitting and get up and go running, then it's worthwhile. Lisa: Absolutely. And you know when you read, I read books ferociously, and the list is long. I'm usually reading about 10 books at a time. And when I'm reading, I am distilling the world's top people and their entire experience, I get to absorb within the space of 10, 15 hours of reading their book. That's a good return on investment. If I want to download someone's experience, or knowledge, or whatever the case is, then reading books is just such a powerful way to do it and listening to podcasts as well. Because that's another way that you can do it without having to... You can be out and about, driving, or running, or whatever and absorbing some new information. And I think we're just so lucky to have access to all of this. It's just incredible. Dean: It is and it's a pity if you don't take advantage of that because you're so wise and educated. That conversation we had before the podcast, it's amazing how... It's amazing. Your knowledge base and how you developed your knowledge base. Well, you've absorbed the best of the best and what they're thinking and the research they've done. Lisa: Exactly. All you're doing is you're absorbing it from the best scientists, the best doctors, the best athletes, the best executives, the best business people, and then, you get to share it, teach it. This is the other thing. If I learn something in the morning, I'm teaching it in the afternoon. Usually it's to my poor husband or my mother. I'm teaching it and then, I often build into my programs, or it comes out in my webinars, or whatever. And you're basically just regurgitating stuff that you've learned, but it's powerful when you put it into the perspective of your experience and you change it. You learn it, you teach it. You learn it, you teach it. And that's a such a cool way to share, and get that information out there into the world, and actually help the world on your little corner of the earth and what you're doing. And that's what I love to do and that's the power of what your books are all about. So yeah, I commiserate with you. Getting a book out is a bloody long, hard journey. People don't realise how hard it is to write a book. Give me a bloody hundred miler any day over writing a book. In fact, give me ten hundred milers over any day because it's such a long process, isn't it? Dean: Well, I do a lot of my writing while I'm running actually. So I dictate into my phone now. Because we have some of our clearest thoughts while we're running. Before, I used to think, 'God, why didn't I write that down? How did that go again?' Now, I just dictate as I'm running and then come home, put in an earbud, and just type up my notes. Lisa: I haven't done variations of that. I do end up stopping on my runs and just writing a quick note. I haven't actually dictated. I have to start adapting that because maybe that'll make it easy because you're damn right. When I'm actually at the computer, there's distractions. There's a hundred windows open; there's notifications coming all the time, and I really find it hard to sit down and write. It is sometimes best if you could just dictate into something, so I'll have to give that a crack next time. Dean: I think motion stirs emotion. Lisa: Yeah, it does and it clears the mind. That's one thing I miss now that I'm not doing the ultras, personally, at the moment. It's that singularity of purpose. That cleanness the mind had before of this one goal. And I'm watching my husband's preparing for a hundred miler in November. And just watching everything in his whole day, and he has the luxury of doing this because we haven't got kids and stuff, but everything in his whole day is centred around his training and getting to that hundr

SBS Greek - SBS Ελληνικά
Κουηνσλάνδη: προσοχή στο νερό, schoolies και πανδημία

SBS Greek - SBS Ελληνικά

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 6:03


Η πλειονότητα των ατόμων που πνίγηκαν ήταν σε κατάσταση μέθης ή είχαν καταναλώσει απαγορευμένες ουσίες, σύμφωνα με τους ναυαγοσώστες στη Gold Coast.

Success Smackdown Live with Kat
Sorry I Offended You With Entrepreneurial Coach Brandon Marshall | How To Be A Non - Conformist, Fully Seen & Expressed Entrepreneur That Get's Noticed Online

Success Smackdown Live with Kat

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 33:43


In episode 548 of The Rebel Millionaire Podcast Show I talk to Brandon Marshall, a true badass 'preneur who built his brand on not giving a f*ck what people think, doing what he wants, and being all of him!   Listening to Brandons story, journey and wisdom will inspire you to step even more into who you are and say yes to doing business and life completely and unapologetically on your terms - because you can! In this show we discuss: • [00:24] All about Brandon (and what makes him so awesome) • [01:06] How he gives himself permission to do what he wants, knowing it's right. • [04:47] How you can be all of you, today! • [08:06] Overcoming mindsets that may be limiting you. • [09:20] How to you must bring all of you to the table. • [11:06] What's the main reason people go to Brandon? • [15:23] What lights Brandon up most? • [16:43] The cost of giving a f*ck. • [19:12] Getting fired on purpose. • [25:37] The time Brandon was afraid to say what he wanted to say. • [28:11] Brandon's megaphone minute Plus you'll hear about why Brandon allows himself to do what he wants and why that attracts people to his business, his habit of poking fun at different worldviews, the pitfalls of conforming, and why Brandon isn't sorry he offends people. Check out The Rebel Millionaire Podcast Show with Brandon Marshall here: Notable Quotes • “Just being the brand or being the niche is just understanding that it all helps strengthen the message.” • “The less filtered you are in your message, the less filtering you have to do behind the scenes.” • “When you have so many limitations of what you should do, then you end up doing nothing.” • “There's always going to be a cost of you expressing yourself, but that cost becomes greater the more you let that grow.” • “If you don't express yourself now, you're going to regret it in the future.” More about Brandon Marshall Brandon is an amazing coach, writer, and artist! He provides a deep and conscious message to rebel entrepreneurs, helping them to express themselves to be fully seen and noticed on the internet. He's also the guy who doesn't hold back, writes funny sh*t on the internet, disrupting the patterns of normal causing people to question their worldview. You will never be bored with Brandon, you will always be learning, growing and entertained by the very real and authentic badass 'preneur that he is. To learn more, follow Brandon at: Website: https://spiritualsmartassery.com Podcast: https://pod.link/1482992476 Twitter: https://twitter.com/sorryioffendedu Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sorryioffendedyou Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OBHav   Please take a moment to leave a comment, review or share if you enjoy the show! Your feedback means so much to me, and I appreciate it so much!   --------------------   Hi, I'm Katrina Ruth. I'm a self-made multi-millionaire, and I work with successful badasses like YOU, who kick their OWN ass … and then I kick it a little bit harder.   I currently live on the Gold Coast of Australia, and I'm Mum to my two beautiful children, Alyssa and Nathan. I also recently got re-married to their Dad, Enzo. We divorced 5 years ago and are re-married this year! I travel a LOT with my business (sometimes with the fam, sometimes not, a little more restricted these days but still on the go!), and my business allows me to be fully location free.   After many MANY years of not going all in, NOT speaking my truth or doing what I really wanted to do in the world, I finally said yes to purpose and sharing my deep soul message, AND to doing the damn work, and now, well –   Here we are.   I have been fortunate enough to build up an INCREDIBLE online community of driven entrepreneurs and leaders and creators, and each day I get to do what I always wanted to do, which is to motivate, educate, empower and inspire you to press play and create the business and life YOU want.   I've made close to $15,000,000 (yes, 15 million dollars) online just by speaking my truth and following the path of my soul, breaking any and all rules that don't feel fuck yes for me, and also – and this is my fave! – really just being ME. Yeah, I might have some fancier stuff now than when I started, but my business was built on, and still runs on, me being the girl who just loves to write and say what needs to be said running around usually in her gym gear as a hot mess, in between being a Mum and just, well, living life!   I can't wait to get to know you! Please reach out and tell me about you me anytime, share what most speaks to you from my content, or just say whats up! I love to hear from badasses like you who GET what life is meant to be about!   Here are some other ways to connect with me as well as the MANY like-minded revolutionary leaders all around the world:   Katrina Ruth Show - https://facebook.com/lifeisnow.pressplay   Daily Asskickery for Revolutionary Fucking Leaders - https://www.facebook.com/groups/dailyasskickery/   thekatrinaruthshow - https://www.instagram.com/thekatrinaruthshow   The Katrina Ruth Show - https://www.youtube.com/c/thekatrinaruthshow   Amazon best-selling books - https://www.booksforkickasswomen.com   Please leave a review if you enjoy the show!

The Small Business Big Marketing Podcast with Timbo Reid
[Regional Queensland Special #8 - Gold Coast] Zarraffa's Kenton Campbell & Nutrition Warehouse's Grant mayo | #574

The Small Business Big Marketing Podcast with Timbo Reid

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 52:17


Our regional Queensland business showcase wraps up this week on the Gold Coast where we meet two giants business - Zarraffa's Coffee founder Kenton Campbell, and Nutrition Warehouse founder Grant mayo. And you'll never guess what he was before becoming an entrepreneur! It's a curious episode 574 of The (12 year-old, award-winning) Small Business Big Marketing podcast. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Your Next Chapter - Business & Life Beyond 40
137 The story of a business u-turn fuelled by new choices Sophie Andrews

Your Next Chapter - Business & Life Beyond 40

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 50:30


Sophie Andrews had created an award winning highly successful bookkeeping business. Her background of fashion and gemstones in the UK led itself brilliantly to her focusing on the needs of people in creative fields, and the business flourished.   But after 15 years of dedication, the demands began to take their toll, physically and emotionally. Sophie's priorities had shifted. She was becoming bored, the desire for the work was no longer there. And to be honest, she knew that burnout was waiting just around the corner. It was time for significant change, and as many of us realise, letting go of the known to step into the unknown can be hard.  But we can do hard things! In this conversation Sophie and I talk about reframing our thoughts, letting go of old stories that keep us stuck, and choosing to swap striving for space so new ideas can make themselves heard.   Show Notes   The bookkeeping business was never my passion, but as a divorced, single Mum, control over my future was paramount, and I knew I could build a strong business in this area   I did actually begin another side business, the SOHO Agency (small office, home office agency) but the bookkeeping business demand exploded and I had to leave that one on the shelf   I realised the value of niching – I was the first bookkeeper who niched into a certain area, in my case, creative businesses, and it really paid off   I began to feel trapped. I had a big office, staff and all the responsibilities that went along with it   It was a meditation retreat, a new experience, that opened my mind to the fact that change was a non-negotiable. Once I had made my choice, I found a buyer within 3 months   Self-doubt still kicked in and I felt like I had failed in some way, had been so held back for 15 years. I had to reframe my attitude from resentment to gratitude, gratitude for all the business had delivered to me   I took time out, 4 months overseas to completely switch off and find my next idea. But it wasn't long enough and another year followed. I realised I couldn't strive to come up with a new idea from my logicalmind   It was during another meditation retreat in the Gold Coast hinterland where I found myself in complete flow and the answers just popped into my brain during meditation Meditation had helped me to recover from burnout. My own experience with this and creating a beautiful spot I my home in which I practiced became the inspiration for my new business, the Meditation Hunter   If you are contemplating change, we very aware of the stories we tell ourselves and remember our decisions are a choice     About the speaker   Sophie Andrews is a multi-award-winning serial entrepreneur, with close to 30 years' experience in small business.     After a decade long career in the fashion and gemstone industries, she launched and then spent 15 years growing a successful and high-profile business that was not her passion.   Lack of passion led to the majority of those years being spent in an ever-increasing cycle of burnout and in 2019 she sold the firm and spent several months overseas before launching her current business, The Meditation Hunter.   The Meditation Hunter is both an online store as well as having a retail space in Sydney.  Sophie has personally put together a wonderful collection of ever evolving unique pieces, both antique and artisan, to help you create a space to inspire meditation and elevate your practice.  She also passes on ancient teachings & wisdom through open soul meditation, powerful breathwork and Kriya Yoga to provide clients with the tools needed to breathe life back into their lives.   www.themeditationhunter.com.au     

Ocean Protect Podcast
Waves of Change with Sea Shepherd Australia's Grahame Lloyd (Part 1 of 2)

Ocean Protect Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 28:30


Grahame Lloyd is a Project Leader with Sea Shepherd Australia, leading their 'Waves of Change' project, and joins us for his second appearance on the pod. We talk about his amazing work co-ordinating and assisting with beach clean-ups across Queensland (from the Gold Coast to some very remote beaches) and helping better protect our oceans and life under water and above.This is a two-part conversation, with the second (and final) part released next week.Useful links:Grahame on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/grahame-lloyd-611295a5/?originalSubdomain=auSea Shepherd Australia's Marine Debris Campaignt: https://www.seashepherd.org.au/our-campaigns/marine-debris-campaign/Untrashing Djulpan: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uZLWfoHhf0M"Waves of Change" Brisbane Screening 5th November 2021 at Sandgate: https://fb.me/e/49AGk4TLk"Waves of Change" Sunshine Coast Screening 3rd December 2021 at Cotton Tree: https://fb.me/e/2Qco1I7jG For further information about Ocean Protect, check us out at www.oceanprotect.com.au See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

SBS Sinhala - SBS සිංහල වැඩසටහන
Melbourne emerges from lockdown - again - Covid scare in Gold Coast - ඔක් 22 කාලීන විශේෂාංගය : වික්ටෝරියා හි lockdown අවසන් වෙද්දී Gold Coast හි කොවිඩ් අව

SBS Sinhala - SBS සිංහල වැඩසටහන

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 6:14


Melburnians will be able to leave their homes whenever they choose to with a nightly curfew ending, and they'll be allowed to travel freely around the Greater Melbourne area. - වික්ටෝරියා හි lockdown නිමා වීමත් අනෙක් ප්‍රාන්ත වල නවතම කොරෝනා තොරතුරු පිළිබද SBS සිංහල කාලීන විශේෂාංගයට සවන් දෙන්න.

RN Breakfast - Separate stories podcast
Urgent calls for Queenslanders to get vaccinated after COVID case active it the community for days

RN Breakfast - Separate stories podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 8:12


Pleas for Queenslanders to get vaccinated have intensified after revelations a man infected with COVID-19 was sick in the Gold Coast community for about 10 days before he sought help. But while there's a renewed sense of urgency for people to get inoculated, some local doctors say vaccine uptake has been so poor they've been forced to close vaccination clinics and throw out expired vials.

The Ray Hadley Morning Show: Highlights
'It's infuriating': Ray Hadley blasts 'stupid bastard' infected with COVID-19

The Ray Hadley Morning Show: Highlights

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 2:40


Ray Hadley is frustrated to hear the details surrounding a man who tested positive to coronavirus on the Gold Coast.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Meditations For The Metro
Episode 748 “The Supreme Discovery”

Meditations For The Metro

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 5:00


Today's meditation comes from The Book Of Hebrews in The New Testament and from the writings of Eknath Easwaran, with music by Gold Coast.

RNZ: Checkpoint
All Blacks pay emotional tribute to teammate Sean Wainui

RNZ: Checkpoint

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 3:31


All Black hooker Codie Taylor choked back tears at an emotional All Blacks press conference today as he paid tribute to his teammate Sean Wainui. 25-year-old Wainui, who played for the Māori All Blacks, the Crusaders and more recently the Chiefs, was killed when the car he was driving hit a tree yesterday morning. The All Blacks, many of whom played alongside him, were shocked to learn of his death following their arrival in Washington after a 30-hour journey from the Gold Coast. Felicity Reid was on the emotional zoom conference call.

SBS Hindi - SBS हिंदी
Passion to purpose - ‘Ausmumpreneur' who initiated drive-through vaccination clinic in Queensland

SBS Hindi - SBS हिंदी

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 10:00


Dr Tanya Unni has dedicated health care services to the communities of the Gold Coast. She initiated the idea of setting up a drive-through vaccine center in Pimpama, Gold Coast, which became the first in Queensland.

The Ferg Neal Show Podcast
Dictator Dan Gets On The Bags

The Ferg Neal Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 21:10


Victoria opens up, AFL footballer Bailey Smith gets in hot water on the Gold Coast, overcoming bad times makes life good. Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/thefergnealshow?fan_landing=true

SBS World News Radio
The First Nations business that's changing attitudes to alcohol

SBS World News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 5:07


Small Business Secrets meets Clinton Schultz, a Gamiliaraay man living on Queensland's Gold Coast, who runs a craft brewery called SOBAH.

Dynamic Striking Podcast
Dynamic Striking 010: John Wayne Parr

Dynamic Striking Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 64:34


The legendary John Wayne Parr joins the show to reminisce of his long and colorful career in Muay Thai, and all the places it has taken him around the world. We speak about his origins and his gym on the Gold Coast of Australia.

Triple M Rocks Footy AFL
2021 AFL Trade Period Review with Joey, Daisy, and Jay-Z

Triple M Rocks Footy AFL

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 17:09


Leigh Montagna, Dale Thomas, and Jay Clark wrap up the 2021 Trade Period. Now the moves have all been made, who is in a better position than last year, and who shot themselves in the foot? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Success Smackdown Live with Kat
Here For the Magic With Transformational Coach Caroline Britton | Reconnect To Your Soul, Create Tangible Results & Stay Committed To Your Truth

Success Smackdown Live with Kat

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 50:01


Here for the Magic!     In episode 547 of The Rebel Millionaire Podcast Show I talk to Caroline Britton, self-made entrepreneur, healer, spiritual teacher, and coach around all thing magic!   This episode is a powerful deep dive into the awakening process and journey of reconnecting to your soul calling, creating tangible results and staying committed to your decisions and truth.   Caroline spent 14 years in a job that led to her becoming increasingly disconnected and reaching a place of rock bottom.  Having two weeks off work is what sparked her journey towards a new, awakened, magical life!     Here is a sneaky peek into what else we dive into: • [04:42] Caroline's unexpected and profound moment of awakening • [08:08] Where did the audacity come from? • [14:58] Creating tangible results, backing yourself, and dealing with fear. • [24:34] “I can't just not.” • [31:04] How to get yourself back over the edge. • [38:38] What excites Caroline about being her? • [42:55] Discovering your magic. There are so many takeaways from this episode I know you're going to walk away feeling empowered and ready to step even more into you.   This conversation will inspire you to take steps around cultivating your magic and creating your own version of a magical life.   Notable Quotes • “There isn't an absence of fear.” • “It's not about what you do, it's who you decide to be.” • “My fear of regret of not doing the things that I'm shown is bigger than my fear of f*cking up.” • “Stop focusing on what you know and focus on what you believe.” • “We don't have to buy into this bullsh*t paradigm of fear and keeping ourselves small and the critical voice.” More about Caroline Britton As an intuitive and transformational coach, Caroline is an expert in guiding conscious leaders through deep inner-worth growth and transitions. She has an incredible ability to see someone beyond words and action and understands the truest essence of them. Some people just have that ability to inspire and energise CEOs, entrepreneurs, and leaders of all kinds, cause them to rethink what they know, reshape what they do, and outperform their old selves. Others work just as profoundly with private individuals and their emotional, psychological and spiritual lives. Caroline Britton does both, with equal power, compassion, and effectiveness. Her gifts deeply help people – all people – to reconnect with their best and essential selves: the selves they aspire to be. Caroline's work is the bridge between your soul and spirit. To learn more, follow Caroline at: Website: https://www.caroline-britton.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/carolinebrittoncoaching   Please take a moment to leave a comment, review or share if you enjoy the show! Your feedback means so much to me, and I appreciate it so much!   --------------------   Hi, I'm Katrina Ruth. I'm a self-made multi-millionaire, and I work with successful badasses like YOU, who kick their OWN ass … and then I kick it a little bit harder.   I currently live on the Gold Coast of Australia, and I'm a single Mum to my two beautiful children, Alyssa and Nathan. I travel a LOT with my business (sometimes with the kids, sometimes not), and my business allows me to be fully location free.   After many MANY years of not going all in, NOT speaking my truth or doing what I really wanted to do in the world, I finally said yes to purpose and sharing my deep soul message, AND to doing the damn work, and now, well –   Here we are.   I have been fortunate enough to build up an INCREDIBLE online community of driven entrepreneurs and leaders and creators, and each day I get to do what I always wanted to do, which is to motivate, educate, empower and inspire you to press play and create the business and life YOU want.   I've made close to $15,000,000 (yes, 15 million dollars) online just by speaking my truth and following the path of my soul, breaking any and all rules that don't feel fuck yes for me, and also – and this is my fave! – really just being ME. Yeah, I might have some fancier stuff now than when I started, but my business was built on, and still runs on, me being the girl who just loves to write and say what needs to be said running around usually in her gym gear as a hot mess, in between being a Mum and just, well, living life!   I can't wait to get to know you! Please reach out and tell me about you me anytime, share what most speaks to you from my content, or just say whats up! I love to hear from badasses like you who GET what life is meant to be about!   Here are some other ways to connect with me as well as the MANY like-minded revolutionary leaders all around the world:   Katrina Ruth Show - https://facebook.com/lifeisnow.pressplay   Daily Asskickery for Revolutionary Fucking Leaders - https://www.facebook.com/groups/dailyasskickery/   thekatrinaruthshow - https://www.instagram.com/thekatrinaruthshow   The Katrina Ruth Show - https://www.youtube.com/c/thekatrinaruthshow   Amazon best-selling books - https://www.booksforkickasswomen.com   Please leave a review if you enjoy the show!

The Ray Hadley Morning Show: Highlights
Peter Gleeson: Mick de Brenni linked to QBCC's failed bid to prosecute Gold Coast company

The Ray Hadley Morning Show: Highlights

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 9:13


Ray Hadley is joined by The Courier Mail columnist Peter Gleeson to discuss a QBCC failed prosecution. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Factory of Sadcast
IT'S THE FOURTH QUARTER, STUPID

Factory of Sadcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 44:17


For the fourth time since 1966 and second in as many seasons, the Cleveland Browns scored 42 points on Sunday – and lost. The team's poor performance in the fourth quarter led to a 47-42 defeat at the hands of the Los Angeles Chargers. DJ, Ramzy and Eric return to discuss the ridiculous 33-yard pass interference penalty that started Cleveland's demise on the Gold Coast, break down Baker Mayfield's inability to produce on 3rd and 4th down, Coach Ski's shortcomings in the 2-minute offense, and the imminent homestand kicking off this Sunday against the undefeated Arizona Cardinals.0:10 Aw Shit, Here We Go Again1:30 Another Fourth Quarter Meltdown3:30 The 33-Yard Pass Interference5:25 Freddie Kitchens Cameo7:30 Baker Mayfield's QBR in Close Games9:25 Stefanski's Shortcomings11:50 The Injury Bug15:30 Perspective on the Loss17:15 Dublin Dad Dispatch22:25 Jon Gruden Out Over Emails23:50 Packers, Bengals, Big Carl and Horrible Kicking30:50 Listener Mail31:12 Baker's Underhand Pass32:30 NFL Losses Despite Scoring 42 Points35:00 Tweets38:32 Handsome Coach ShowdownSupport the show (https://www.paypal.me/sadcast)

Crain's Daily Gist
10/11/21: Chicago's popularity among travelers persists

Crain's Daily Gist

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 31:59


Crain's reporters Katherine Davis and John Pletz join host Amy Guth to discuss Chicago remaining atop the rankings of travel magazine readers and how United CEO Scott Kirby stands out among airline leaders. Plus: Jobs forecast falls way short, Stellantis investing $229 million to build new electrified transmission in Indiana, Foxtrot to open large Gold Coast store and Chicagoans strongly back school mask and vaccine mandates.

Success Smackdown Live with Kat
Doing What You Know You Must Vs What You Feel Like

Success Smackdown Live with Kat

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 15:54


This episode is all about what we badass leaders and messengers seem to do after creating epic success, and that is -   Feeling confused around how much is too much when it comes to running our business!   A really common situation most creators find themselves in is the ‘too much' phase. We try to be too much, we start working too hard and slip into this space of ‘too muchness' when the option to flow and be in the vibration of receiving is available.   Yes the flow and the receiving is there but in the process of creating success and learning to trust the flow and follow our inner guidance were start to make the hustle bad or wrong. We begin to feel we shouldn't drop into the hustle, which is not the way it needs to be or feel.   Check out this episode to discover the difference between doing what you know you must Vs what you feel like and how to identify when the pendulum has swung too far.   Please take a moment to leave a comment, review or share if you enjoy the show! Your feedback means so much to me, and I appreciate it so much!   --------------------   Hi, I'm Katrina Ruth. I'm a self-made multi-millionaire, and I work with successful badasses like YOU, who kick their OWN ass … and then I kick it a little bit harder.   I currently live on the Gold Coast of Australia, and I'm a single Mum to my two beautiful children, Alyssa and Nathan. I travel a LOT with my business (sometimes with the kids, sometimes not), and my business allows me to be fully location free.   After many MANY years of not going all in, NOT speaking my truth or doing what I really wanted to do in the world, I finally said yes to purpose and sharing my deep soul message, AND to doing the damn work, and now, well –   Here we are.   I have been fortunate enough to build up an INCREDIBLE online community of driven entrepreneurs and leaders and creators, and each day I get to do what I always wanted to do, which is to motivate, educate, empower and inspire you to press play and create the business and life YOU want.   I've made close to $15,000,000 (yes, 15 million dollars) online just by speaking my truth and following the path of my soul, breaking any and all rules that don't feel fuck yes for me, and also – and this is my fave! – really just being ME. Yeah, I might have some fancier stuff now than when I started, but my business was built on, and still runs on, me being the girl who just loves to write and say what needs to be said running around usually in her gym gear as a hot mess, in between being a Mum and just, well, living life!   I can't wait to get to know you! Please reach out and tell me about you me anytime, share what most speaks to you from my content, or just say whats up! I love to hear from badasses like you who GET what life is meant to be about!   Here are some other ways to connect with me as well as the MANY like-minded revolutionary leaders all around the world:   Katrina Ruth Show - https://facebook.com/lifeisnow.pressplay   Daily Asskickery for Revolutionary Fucking Leaders - https://www.facebook.com/groups/dailyasskickery/   thekatrinaruthshow - https://www.instagram.com/thekatrinaruthshow   The Katrina Ruth Show - https://www.youtube.com/c/thekatrinaruthshow   Amazon best-selling books - https://www.booksforkickasswomen.com   Please leave a review if you enjoy the show!

triple j Unearthed
Top 5 Songs Of The Week: October 1st

triple j Unearthed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 23:52


There's an Amy Shark-assisted debut from a Gold Coast artist mixing earnest songwriting with Hollywood production + we start the petition to get a Melbourne hip hop act on tour with Genesis Owusu.

Success Smackdown Live with Kat
Remembering Who You Are with Nikka Karli | Unlock & Become Your Unadulterated & Fully-Expressed Self & What That Means For Business

Success Smackdown Live with Kat

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 38:34


In episode 545 of The Rebel Millionaire Podcast Show I talk to Nikka Karli, erotic muse and provocateur of the primal and the wilds!   This episode covers all things around embodied abolitionism, sensual body movement, healing systematic radicalised and sexualised trauma.   I feel so honoured to hold this space and unleash such a powerful and impactful conversation for you.   Over the past 20 years, Nikka has developed and cultivated her role leading [Re]Wilding quests, ceremonies, and intensives to help others discover the Sovereign Wilds within their own bodies which you will hear about in great detail.   Plus!   Listen in to how you can become all of you, what it means to be completely here, going from “either/or” to “yes, and...”, and why you need to listen to what your soul says.   Here is a sneaky peek into what else we dive into

SBS Italian - SBS in Italiano
Italiani nella Gold Coast, "la chiusura dei confini fa soffrire"

SBS Italian - SBS in Italiano

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 6:29


Ulteriori restrizioni verranno applicate nella Gold Coast e in altre aree del Queensland da oggi. Come sta andando l'economia della zona?

Skyrim Book Club
Pirate Queen of the Gold Coast

Skyrim Book Club

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 4:20