Holly Ransom – advice on how to change the world from the woman who has interviewed Barack Obama

Samantha Gray

The youngest person to receive one of Australian Financial Review’s ‘100 Most Influential Women’ in 2012. One of the world’s top keynote speakers, CEO of her own company, Fulbright Scholar and now author, in her first book The Leading Edge, Holly gives a call to arms for people to step up and turn their restlessness for change into the reality of a … Read More

Daniel Gordon – Documentary Director

Samantha Gray

Luke and Susie chat to award winning Documentary Director and Very Much So Founder, Daniel Gordon. Listen for some insight, inspiration and tons of laughs.  

Colleen Callander -Leader by Design

Samantha Gray

We chat to former long-time CEO of Sportsgirl, Colleen Callander about her new book, Leader by Design which aims to inspire all women to have a voice, live with purpose, lead in their own lives, change the rules, live with confidence and embrace their superpowers.

Lorna Jane Clarkson

Samantha Gray

Since coining the term Activewear, Lorna has spent three decades learning, evolving, listening and leading the way in product design and the normalisation of wearing Activewear everywhere. Chatting with Luke and Susie, Lorna tells us how the brand started and what inspired her to start her business and how to deal with criticism along the way.

Shae Bynes – Grace Over Grind

Mel Fry

If you’re tired of ‘the grind,’ day in day out and always feeling like there isn’t enough time, this podcast is for you. Today we are catching up with Shae Bynes, a passionate storyteller, mentor and author of the inspirational new book, “Grace Over Grind.” After reading Grace Over Grind, Luke was brought to tears over and over and it … Read More

Episode 314: The swimwear business that started in the outback – we chat to Coola Cozzies creator Julie Brown

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Outback Queensland is the last place you would expect to find the headquarters of a swimwear business, but that’s exactly where you’ll find the home base of Coola Cozzies. Founder Julie Brown thought of the idea while on holiday in Yeppoon, failing to find a fun rashie in her size. In between working on the farm, she drew up a … Read More

Episode 313: Scummy Mummy Helen Thorn built a business on bad parenting PLUS Janine Garner talks networking

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Helen Thorn is one half of blog, podcast and comedy duo The Scummy Mummies. Originally from Melbourne, Helen has lived in the UK since 2006. Together with fellow mum Ellie Gibson, she co-hosts the UK’s number one parenting podcast – a fortnightly chat show for less-than-perfect parents, and performs live shows around the country. The Scummy Mummies book has just been released … Read More

Episode 305: The ‘mumpreneurs’ who started a business to help other busy parents PLUS Todd Hunter from Dragon

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  Working parents can find it hard to come across that perfect work/life balance. Three Sydney mums who met at daycare took matters into their own hands, walking away from the corporate life to start The Corner Store – a store that takes away the hassle of shopping and looking for recipes. We talk to founders Brooke Porter, Lee Becker and … Read More

Episode 131: Rowdy McLean – How do we Play a Bigger Game in our lives?

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Rowdy McLean is a keynote speaker, author, motivator and business and leadership consultant who lives the 4-hour work week. He’s climbed Mt Kilimajaro, kayaked among the icebergs in Antarctica, tracked gorillas in the jungles of Rwanda, walked the Great Wall and hiked through the Serengetti. With his book Play A Bigger Game, he shows you how to achieve more, and he shares … Read More