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#059: Jeff Kennett AC - Beyond the politics

For more podcast show notes, visit neuralle.com/podcast Jeff Kennett AC ( @jeff_kennett ) is a former (43rd) Premier of Victoria, current media commentator, President of Hawthorn Football Club, dog lover and the founding Chairman of Beyondblue. Well known for his outgoing and politically incorrect demeanour, Jeff is one of the most colourful politicians of our time, or as many Liberals would say “the greatest Prime Minister we never had”. He was the Premier that I grew up with in my...


#058: Blood, Sweat and Paint: Making it as an Artist - Danielle Weber

For more podcast show notes see neuralle.com/podcast Danielle Weber ( @daniellesartworkofficial ) is an incredible Australian artist based here in Melbourne, Victoria. Her passion and love for painting is highlighted by her distinct portraits and sheer quality of work. Danielle’s work has extended to include original pieces for a number of high profile clients including Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. It was Melbourne I Love You Founder Chris Cincotta, that first introduced me to Danielle’s...


#057: When Crypto & Psychiatry Meet - Dr Prash Puspanathan

For more head to: neuralle.com/podcast Dr Prash Puspanathan ( @drprash ) is a medical doctor & Neuropsychiatry Fellow at The Alfred Hospital Melbourne, Founder and Managing Director of Cryptocurrency Broker Caleb & Brown, and a clinical advisor to the Australian Psychedelic Society. A medical doctor by training, with years of experience in the field of psychiatry, Prash was first drawn to psychedelics through his philosophical beliefs and the power they’ve shown to impact your mind....


#056: Ed Husic MP: The good sport of politics

For more head to: neuralle.com/podcast Ed Husic MP ( @ehusic ) is The Honorable Member for Chifley, Shadow Minister for the Digital Economy, Employment Services, Workforce Participation and the Future of Work. He is a Labor Party Member, a mad Chicago Bulls supporter and as he’s said himself “Blacktown through and through”. Ed is one of the most straight-talking MPs I’ve heard in the modern political era. He’s incredibly gracious, clearly well-read and - I believe - a politician that...


#055: Changing the way we think of food - Geert Hendrix of Farmwall

To check out our full list of episode show notes head to neuralle.com/podcast Geert Hendrix ( @farm_wall ) is the founder & CEO of Farmwall. Farmwall is a socially responsible, high-tech, urban agriculture company that aims to transform cities into food producing ecosystems. Their subscription-based, urban aquaponic-inspired farm supplies naturally-grown, fresh and delicious greens to award-winning cafes & restaurants such as well-renowned Top Paddock. Geert is an incredibly humble...


#054: Delving into digital drugs with Dr Monica Barratt

For full show notes and links head to neuralle.com/podcast Dr Monica Barratt ( @monicabarratt ) is a social scientist at Australia's National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, based out of the University of New South Wales (UNSW). Monica’s research concerns the social and public health implications of internet technologies for people who use illicit drugs, and the impacts of legislative responses to drugs. She is particularly interested in how we respond to the emergence of novel drug...


#053: Learning & thinking like an entrepreneur - Michelle Bourke

For full show notes and links head to neuralle.com/podcast. Michelle Bourke ( @michellebourke ) is an entrepreneur, public speaker and CEO of Artlivemedia. She’s an incredibly honest and deep thinker who’s clearly well read. Her driven attitude maintains a passion for learning to consume all available knowledge, but her extraverted nature ensures that she’s understanding and humble about it. Artlivemedia and Michelle have built a reputation as an award winning digital agency in...


#052: The Semi-Regular Show with Michael Jayaranjan and Lauren Lopatko

For show notes and links: neuralle.com/podcast It’s been a year since our debut episode - so at Episode 52 we decided to do a year in review. This is our second try at what we are coining as the ‘Semi-Regular Show’. This format is more discussional and allows us to explore self-improvement topics, tools, gadgets, and recent events in the media. It’s incredibly important as long form content creators that we take time to reflect and pause, at least a few times every year, all the while...


#051: The art of pole dancing - Lauren Pei-Lee

For show notes and links: neuralle.com/podcast Lauren Pei-Lee ( @lauren_peilee ) is a semi-pro who competes nationally in the burgeoning performance art of pole dancing - a sport that combines dance and acrobatics on a vertical pole. Pole dancing is a sport that has fascinated me since I met Lauren, because at the same time I was learning about the GymnasticBodies movement and people such as Ido Portal. This form of exercise and control over my body was a lot more interesting to me,...


#050: Creating an iconic fashion brand with Kim Michaelides

For show notes and links: neuralle.com/podcast Kim Michaelides ( @spencerandrutherford ) is an iconic fashion designer, creative genius, colour savant and incidentally, my auntie. I could make the excuse again that this is another selfish episode, where I look to document as much of the knowledge and experiences from members of my family. My reasoning is pretty straightforward, having had a grandmother develop dementia over the last few years I feel it’s necessary to interview the...


#049: Building business and selling local with Michael Jankie

For show notes and links: neuralle.com/podcast Michael Jankie ( @jankie ) is an entrepreneur who’s built multiple companies in completely different industries, that have shown a nous for operating with small-medium businesses. It’s funny that I’m reading Small Giants by Bo Burlingham at the same time I’m tasked with writing an apt introduction for Michael’s episode. So often you’re told that you must grow at all costs, raise massive amounts of capital, only ever serve the...


#048: Tasting notes and inspirational quotes, with Justin Dry of Vinomofo

For show notes and links: neuralle.com/podcast Justin Dry ( @justinldry ) is the Co-Founder and Joint CEO of Vinomofo, an online platform focused on sourcing, selling, and creating community over a love for wine. Justin is the greatest example of an entrepreneur (that I’ve met so far) who has pursued something he loves to do, integrating his occupation into his life - rather than the other way around. By doing so, you’re able to grab a sense of the passion and credibility Vinomofo...


#047: Creating The Startup Playbook - Rohit Bhargava

For show notes and links: neuralle.com/podcast Rohit Bhargava ( @RohitBhargava7 ) is an entrepreneur and fellow podcaster, hosting one of Australia’s top startup and tech shows - The Startup Playbook. There are incredible lessons to be learned from Rohit’s interviews, for any budding entrepreneur and business owner. But I think the greatest lessons are in Rohit’s own experience. A failed startup will always teach you grit, while entering the content media business will teach you...


#046: Learning how to write with Oliver Phisher

For show notes and links: neuralle.com/podcast Oliver Phisher (@OPhisher) aka Michael Crinall, is an author, and good friend of mine currently residing in the beautiful city of Belfast. From the early stages of our friendship, I had always known that Oliver, with his introspectiveness, was going to be a writer in some form. His experience of toiling away in self-publishing is invaluable to any wannabe author and novice writer out there, who struggles to make movement on their...


#045: Being a good journalist is harder than you think - Claire Connelly

For show notes and links: neuralle.com/podcast Claire Connelly ( @_ClaireConnelly ) is an award winning freelance journalist, Founder of Hello Humans, Editor-in-Chief of Renegade Inc and soon-to-be author. To me, Claire underlines the importance of the Fourth Estate, and what their role in society is - to make you think. My recent discussion with Dr James Martin illuminated this more than any interview, with his example being the mainstream media’s treatment of drugs busts. More...


#044: Flying like a millionaire with The Points Whisperer - Steve Hui

For show notes and links: neuralle.com/podcast Steve Hui ( @iflyflat ) or “The Points Whisperer” as he’s affectionately known, is the Founder and CEO of iFLYflat - a rewards points specialist service based in Australia. If you’ve ever wondered how to create a level of luxury and access through your spending, then Steve is your man. There’s no doubt that at some stage in your life, you’ve endeavoured to use your frequent flyer points, aimed for an upgrade or maybe just dreamed about a...


#043: Criminology: its not just Law & Order - Dr James Martin

For show notes and links: neuralle.com/podcast Dr James Martin ( @jamomartin ) is a Senior Lecturer and Criminology Program Coordinator at the Department of Security Studies and Criminology at Macquarie University. He has specific expertise in cryptomarkets, online drug distribution, organised crime and vigilantism. James (like our previous guest Dr Stephen Bright ) has an exceptional ability to highlight the intricacies and misconceptions of the way in which the general public...


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