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.

Jack Canfield – I CAN believe in myself!

Samantha Gray

Jack Canfield (Chicken Soup for the Soul creator) and children’s book author Miriam Laundry joined together to produce the powerful new children’s book, I CAN Believe in Myself. Woven with themes of compassion, confidence and self-esteem, I CAN Believe in Myself can help the young people in your life turn their thoughts from “I Can’t” to “I Can!”

Sonja Balic: Blind Low Vision Tennis

Samantha Gray

Sonja Balic is the Board Director and NSW Coach for Blind Low Vision tennis and speaks about the adaptive version of the sport, it’s development and current programs. She herself is a super star in tennis, sport, leadership and champions inclusion in all aspects of her life.

David Powell – Olympic Table Tennis

Susie Holt

Representing Australia in the Table Tennis for the second time at an Olympic Games is David Powell. He’s a teacher, he’s a coach and he’s an elite sportsman. With the delay of the pandemic setting Tokyo’s Olympic campaign back a year, David is all set to represent the country and take on the world’s best in one of Australia’s favourite … Read More

Bruce John Holla

Susie Holt

When a family’s boat overturned in the Mary River with high tides, strong currents and potential sharks and crocodiles in the water, swift action was needed to save the five people who were stranded in the water. Along with two others, Bruce John Holla was awarded a bronze medal of bravery after being the right man in the right place … Read More

The Grizzlies – Director, Miranda de Pencier.

Mel Fry

We had the pleasure of speaking with the director and producer of this special movie, THE GRIZZLIES, see it in cinemas in Australia and NZ NOW! This isn’t just an amazing true story, or a satisfying sports drama. It’s a beautifully crafted, wonderfully inspiring, true story of hope, a rewarding movie that will leave you thinking long after the credits … Read More

Matt Bird – You Have a Book in You

Mel Fry

Today on the podcast we are chatting to author and business relationship guru, Matt Bird. As a child he grappled with dyslexia, before writing 12 books and is now wanting to help others become authors.  He believes everyone has “a book in them”. Matt was challenged to write a book during a conversation with one  of his clients, who is … Read More

Jason F. Wright – Christmas Jars

Mel Fry

On the podcast today we are speaking to Jason F. Wright, the man behind the new Christmas movie in cinemas now, Christmas Jars! The new film is based on his New York Times best-selling novel and has caused a real-life movement of anonymous gift-givers with millions of dollars in spare change collected and distributed to individuals in need. CHRISTMAS JARS has at … Read More