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The show that works to get your mojo working!

The show that works to get your mojo working!
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The show that works to get your mojo working!








The Mojo Radio Show EP 240: Looking At Both Sides of Building Your Ideal Lifestyle - Rob Sparreboom

Rob Sparreboom was an international banker in Amsterdam, and like many executives, he was burnt out. He quit, moved countries, and set up an online business. He adopted the Tim Ferriss 4-Hour principles to take control of his health and wellness, and to enjoy life by his design with his girlfriend. Today he helps people change the beliefs that are holding them back and find the courage to take that step. It's a dream shared by many; however, it is not easy, and it has its challenges. To this...


The Mojo Radio Show EP 239: Designing A Brand To Swim Against The Current and Stand Out - Ben Baker

Ben Baker - author, keynote speaker, and consultant - helps develop stories for clients in compelling ways. Every brand (personal or company) needs a unique story that should engage their audience, draw them in, and help them understand the value of the brand. Ben’s job is to help us find that story and tell it in ways that are compelling, authentic, and memorable. In this show, we cover the essential characteristics of a great marketer and how we, as a brand, can use our story to stand out....


The Mojo Radio Show EP 238: Finding The Beauty In Our Adversity - Akshay Nanavati

Akshay Nanavati is a U.S Marine veteran, speaker, entrepreneur, author and ultra-runner. He overcame many of life's most difficult challenges and discovered that adversity is one of our greatest gifts. He developed FEARVANA a philosophy that teaches us to find bliss through engaging in fear and pursuit of "worthy struggles." Akshay has pushed his limits in the most hostile, and awe-inspiring environments on the planet - he once dragged a 190-pound sled across the second largest icecap in the...


The Mojo Radio Show EP 237: Learning To Dig Deep and Find Something As A Leader - Cameron Schwab

Cameron Schwab became the youngest CEO ever in the Australian Football League when he joined Richmond in 1988. He spent 25 years of his career as a CEO of three different clubs, and there was one thing in common across the board: the clubs were all at their lowest ebb, uncompetitive on the field, and facing massive financial challenges. He now takes his deep experience in leadership in sport and business to mentoring CEOs and senior leaders to build high levels of cultural and strategic...


The Mojo Radio Show EP 236: Rethink How You Eat, How You Live, and What It Means To Be A Conscious Consumer - Dr Zach Bush, MD

Zach Bush, MD, is one of the most compelling medical minds of our day. He is working to improve our understanding of human and environmental health. Zach will leave you rethinking not only how you eat and live, but what it means to be a conscious consumer. A pioneer in the science of well-being, Zach is one of the only triple board-certified US physicians - in Internal Medicine, Endocrinology and Metabolism. What distinguishes Zach from his peers is his deep understanding of the...


The Mojo Radio Show EP 235: Ultimate Success In Your Life, But At What Cost? Yu Dan Shi

Society's definition of success - an impressive career, status, and wealth - can be a hollow victory. Yu Dan Shi knows this all too well. Yu Dan Shi started from a childhood in an impoverished town in China and spent many years chasing endless goals and the appearance of success. It came at a substantial personal cost: a punishing workload while raising a family, a daily battle devoid of meaning, failing health and misery. Yu Dan Shi explores the conflict faced by high achievers and guides...


The Mojo Radio Show EP 234: The Conscious Audit And Rethink Of Our Time. Do What Matters - John Zeratsky

John Zeratsky, a former designer at YouTube and Google, became obsessed with the idea of redesigning time. He is the bestselling author of "Make Time: How to Focus On What Matters Every Day." John also writes for the Wall Street Journal, TIME, Harvard Business Review, Wired, and Fast Company. He's a guy who knows his stuff. Make Time is not about crushing to-do's, optimizing every hour, or maximizing your productivity. It’s about rethinking your defaults of constant busyness and distraction...


The Mojo Radio Show EP 233: Build The Strength To Face The Battle Of Business And Life - Jeff Nichols

Jeff Nichols is one of the worlds best exercise physiologist and strength coaches. Jeff specializes in tactical performance, getting people physically ready for the battle of their profession, and the battle of life. With all that Jeff has been through in his personal and professional life, he brings an amazing diversity of perspectives to the work he does to make us all stronger in every way. A former US Navy SEAL and now world-class strength conditioning coach, Jeff's insights in this show...


The Mojo Radio Show EP 232: The Dominant Winning Mindset and Culture Behind The All Blacks - James Kerr

James Kerr, bestselling author and speaker, specialises in the design and delivery of change for leaders of world-class teams. His book, Legacy, reveals the 15 most powerful leadership lessons from The All Blacks, the world's most successful and dominant sporting team. His clients HSBC, Boeing, Raffles, UBS, Shell, Adidas and the Australian Kangaroos share his message that "higher purpose leads to higher performance." Successful change begins with a values-based, vision-led, purpose-driven...


The Mojo Radio Show EP 231: Overcoming Himself, His Size, and His Mind To Take On The World - Lofty Fulton 2.0

Born with dwarfism, Lofty Fulton knows what it's like to have the odds stacked against you from day one. Lofty unpacks his traumatic childhood, public bigotry and a failed marriage. He faces his struggles with crippling anxiety, clinical depression, suicide and severe gambling addiction to rise to become one of Australia's most sought after and recognisable voices. Today he is the global voice of Masterchef. What has Lofty learned about himself since publishing the book? Lofty's Dad...


The Mojo Radio Show EP 230: Inside The Mind Of An Elite Sniper - JP Dinnell

Navy SEALS sniper, Jeremiah Dinnell "JP", served three combat deployments and won numerous awards for valour, including a silver star. Today JP is an instructor with Echelon Front the super successful leadership company created by SEALS Jocko Willink and Leif Babin. It has not been an easy road for this Texas frogman. Only two years ago JP was lost, struggling and delivering pizza. It's a familiar story for many guests who are doing good things - they have to overcome. We go inside the mind...


The Mojo Radio Show EP 229: Learn To Focus, Operate, and Debrief Like An Elite Fighter Pilot - Christian Boucousis

Christian Boucousis was an F/A-18 fighter pilot with the Australian RAAF. Today Boo teaches simple yet powerful techniques the RAAF honed to get work done faster, more successfully and with precision. At Mach 1.5 fighter pilots don't have much time to think. They prepare on the ground to take on anything in the air, then get their job done. This episode is about making clearer decisions, agility, and debriefing effectively. Furthermore, it is about putting plans into action with more speed,...


The Mojo Radio Show EP 228: Cutting Through The Hype To Live A Better, Longer Life - Dr Jonny Bowden

Jonny Bowden - a legend in wellness - is 72 years young, still getting after it, and sought after by the world's biggest media networks for his opinions on health and longevity. Jonny has written several popular books, including Living Low Carb and The Great Cholesterol Myth. He is the guy who is busting nutritional myths to make us better in every way. Jonny has a dark past, and his mission today is to create a very bright future for all of us in health and wellness. When people ask...


The Mojo Radio Show EP 227: Deep thinking, productivity, and productive deep thinking - Dr Jason Fox

Dr Jason Fox is the leadership guy for people who can't stand motivational speakers. People come to him for his fresh perspectives, contemporary philosophies and ideas in motivation design. He shows Fortune 500 brands like Microsoft, HP, Cisco, Oracle, Toyota, and Xero how to go deep into uncharted territory. This fascinating conversation goes into thinking, productivity, and productive deep thinking. When people ask Jason what he does, how does he like to reply? To talk about one's self...


The Mojo Radio Show EP 226: How To Use The Power Of Secret Identities to Transform Our Lives - Todd Herman

Todd Herman, the best-selling author of The Alter Ego Effect, has helped tens of thousands of people achieve their most ambitious goals by creating their best performing self. On the field of play, he's worked one-to-one with people from all backgrounds to help them develop an impenetrable mindset. Businesses, entrepreneurs, entertainers, and the world's best athletes use his Alter Ego Mindset to do the things that matter. When people ask Todd what he does, how does he like to reply? How...


The Mojo Radio Show EP 225: Wisdom, Leadership, Creating Disruption and Airbnb - Chip Conley

Chip Conley is considered a rebel hospitality entrepreneur. He’s a NY Times bestselling author, and disrupted hospitality - his favorite industry - twice. At 26 he founded Joie de Vivre, transforming an inner-city motel into the second largest boutique hotel brand in America. He sold it and joined Airbnb to help transform the promising start-up into the world’s leading hospitality brand. Today Chip is Airbnb's Strategic Advisor for Hospitality and Leadership. In this show we discuss wisdom,...


The Mojo Radio Show EP 224: September 11, The Day The World Changed Forever - Tim Brown

Tim Brown is a decorated 20-year veteran of the New York Fire Department and NY Urban Search & Rescue Task Force. He is a survivor of the 9/11 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center. Tim lost 93 friends on Sept 11, including his two best friends and has been a leader in defending the memory of those lost at Ground Zero. Tim served under the leadership of Mayor Giuliani in Emergency Management. This is a profound first-hand account from inside the towers, a story of the heroes who ran...


The Mojo Radio Show EP 223: How The Most Productive People Beat The Overwhelm of Email - Steuart Snooks

Australia's leading email productivity expert, Steuart Snooks, helps busy executives get control of their email and gain more time, energy and focus for their ‘real’ work. There is no doubt that email overwhelm is affecting performance and productivity and distracting us from what matters. In this show, we uncover essential systems, processes, and the thinking required to defeat the overwhelm of email. When asked what he does, how does Steuart like to reply? Is the pace of our digital...


The Mojo Radio Show EP 222: He Infiltrated The Legend Of The Hells Angels - Jay Dobyns

Jay Dobyns a federal agent for 27 years achieved worldwide notoriety as one of history's most daring undercover agents. Jay is the first lawman to defeat the multilayered security measures of the Hells Angels to become a member of the legendary Skull Valley charter. For 2 years, he lived inside the Hells Angels. Jay played the role of a hitman or debt collector living among street and prison gangs, extremists, gunrunners, drug traffickers and bomb builders.This is a special show to...


The Mojo Radio Show EP 221: The Psychology Behind Changing Disempowering Behaviours - Art Markman

Art Markman is a professor of Psychology at the University of Texas at Austin. Art writes for the Harvard Business Review and his most recent book, Brain Briefs, focuses on how we use the science of motivation to change unhealthy behaviours at work and at home. In a terrific show, we cover how to frame our goals for success better, how to improve our focus, how to learn more effectively, and how to control the disempowering effect of social comparison. When people ask Art what he does,...