Shae Bynes – Grace Over Grind

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 …

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

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 …

Episode 137: Dale Beaumont – Work two months to have one month off

0-2 minute mark – Luke and Susie spoke about the game they had which is bowling and then Luke told a story about volleyball. 2:17 minute mark – Introduction: Dale Beaumont 3 minute mark – Dale Beaumont is in New York and was interviewed on air, started talking about his app, the business advisor in your pocket and the value …

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

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 …

Episode 129: Matt Jackson – Affect vs Effect

Matt Jackson wears many hats – entrepreneur, poet, TedX speaker and motivator – just to name a few. He started affectors as a way to help bridge the gaps between business, talent and creativity. He and his team have moved hearts and minds at some of Australia’s premier thought leadership events and corporate boardrooms. Here we discuss the difference between ‘affect’ …