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The lived experience podcast is about sharing real people's stories of lived experiences on a large range of mental health topics. As a child of a single mother with BiPolar, I wanted to create interviews that would fill the content gap around this subject and lesser-known issues that are covered in the current mental health awareness movement. Mental health awareness and advocacy go far beyond depression and anxiety. I hope these discussions shine a lot on issues you may not be aware of or even inform you that you are not alone. Learn more at www.livedexperiencepodcast.com

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The lived experience podcast is about sharing real people's stories of lived experiences on a large range of mental health topics. As a child of a single mother with BiPolar, I wanted to create interviews that would fill the content gap around this subject and lesser-known issues that are covered in the current mental health awareness movement. Mental health awareness and advocacy go far beyond depression and anxiety. I hope these discussions shine a lot on issues you may not be aware of or even inform you that you are not alone. Learn more at www.livedexperiencepodcast.com

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English


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Thriving Without Lithium: Missy Robinson's Journey from Army Vet to Mental Health Advocate

5/26/2024
Meet Missy Robinson, a powerhouse who has transformed her life from Australian Army service to becoming an inspirational mental health advocate, speaker, writer, and coach. Diagnosed with Bipolar Affective Disorder following a traumatic sexual assault during her military service, Missy has battled Complex PTSD and Psychosis for two decades with remarkable resilience. Missy has graced the pages of the NY Post, Daily Mail, and Elle Magazine and made appearances on TV, radio, and online platforms, spreading awareness and promoting healing. As a dynamic speaker, she captivates audiences nationwide, sharing unfiltered stories on living with a Complex Mental Illness, confidence, self-love, and weight loss. Despite her challenges, Missy embraces life with style and enthusiasm. She is a dedicated SANE ambassador and fundraiser, a Travel and Lifestyle Reviewer, and a top-level Google Guide, sharing her love for fashion, travel, food, and entertainment with a broad audience. Missy’s story is one of triumph over adversity, proving that with the right mindset and dedication, anything is possible. Having lost an astonishing 60kg naturally, she now lives her dream life, inspiring others to find their inner strength and create the life they desire. Prepare to be inspired, because Missy Robinson is here to empower you. Learn more about Missy and her book at https://missysworld.com.au/ Support the Show. Visit the website www.livedexperiencepodcast.com Leave a review - https://www.livedexperiencepodcast.com/reviews/new/ Donate to the costs associated with the show - https://ko-fi.com/thelivedexperiencepodcast

Duration:00:36:26

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What is it like growing up with a Schizophrenic Mother? Interview with Miguel Manolo

2/11/2024
Miguel Manalo is a voice actor from New Jersey. Miguel is also the son of a schizophrenic mother who reached out to share his story. We discuss his journey and everything that comes with growing up with a mentally ill parent. Big thank you to Miguel for sharing his story on the podcast. Support the Show. Visit the website www.livedexperiencepodcast.com Leave a review - https://www.livedexperiencepodcast.com/reviews/new/ Donate to the costs associated with the show - https://ko-fi.com/thelivedexperiencepodcast

Duration:01:09:47

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Stop Anxiety Ruling Your Child’s Life with Sue Stevenson, founder of U-Turn Anxiety

1/14/2024
Sue Stevenson is the founder of U-Turn Anxiety and has a unique approach to helping children and adults deal with anxiety. Sue is a wealth of information and has provided some free resources below and she has some great videos on her website as well about this topic. Sue's website - https://www.uturnanxiety.com.au/ 2 Free Resources from Sue are listed below. Top 25 Ways to Calm Your Mind & Body PDF https://shrtlnk.co/bGpHJ 5 Steps to Combatting Anxiety PDF⁣ https://shrtlnk.co/7pEq8 Support the Show. Visit the website www.livedexperiencepodcast.com Leave a review - https://www.livedexperiencepodcast.com/reviews/new/ Donate to the costs associated with the show - https://ko-fi.com/thelivedexperiencepodcast

Duration:00:58:22

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Empowering Children to Discover Inner Calm: A Conversation with Karen Gibb founder of Mind Marvels

10/22/2023
I love people who do what my guest has done, to create a business that doesn't only help people but allows others to do so as well, whilst making a living is a truly remarkable achievement! Karen Gibb is the founder and CEO of Mind Marvels which is an award-winning franchise created by Karen Gibb. Karen is a fully qualified teacher and has prior experience in youth development and early years education. Karen taught young people with social, emotional and behavioural needs and pupils with severe and complex additional support needs, including autism and ADHD. Through her work, Karen saw the benefits for children when they were taught practical ways to support their own emotional well-being but many did not know how to support themselves. “As an anxious youngster myself, I now make a direct, positive impact on children and their emotional wellbeing.” Mind Marvels gives children calming tools and practical strategies to understand their own emotions to feel more confident, build resilience and learn skills for life. Mind Marvels has now franchised the business so like-minded individuals can own a Mind Marvels business in their local area. To learn more check out https://mindmarvels.com/ 00:00:10 Small actions over time matter. 00:06:31 Teaching mindfulness to children. 00:09:50 Importance of positive impact. 00:14:43 Importance of measuring impact. 00:19:35 Mental health education for children. 00:24:46 Franchisees need to like children. 00:32:04 Importance of emotional well-being. 00:34:09 Teaching well-being to children. Support the Show. Visit the website www.livedexperiencepodcast.com Leave a review - https://www.livedexperiencepodcast.com/reviews/new/ Donate to the costs associated with the show - https://ko-fi.com/thelivedexperiencepodcast

Duration:00:36:21

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Bouncing back from BiPolar after a family loss! Interview with Tim Beanland

9/25/2023
In this episode, we engage in a candid conversation with Tim Beanland, a successful video marketer whose life and thriving business were abruptly disrupted by a family tragedy. The loss had a severe impact, plunging him into an 11-month-long depression, a struggle intensified by his existing battle with Bipolar Disorder. Tim shares his experience dealing with grief and the additional complications his mental health condition brought to the process of healing and recovery. His journey is a reflection on the resilience one can muster in the face of overwhelming sorrow and the intricate ways mental health is interwoven with experiences of loss and grief. This conversation aims to shed light on the importance of understanding and addressing mental health and offers insights into managing life and mental well-being during trying times. Whether you’re dealing with mental health conditions, have experienced loss, or have an interest in psychological resilience, this episode provides a thoughtful perspective on navigating through life's challenges and finding a path to recovery. Support the Show. Visit the website www.livedexperiencepodcast.com Leave a review - https://www.livedexperiencepodcast.com/reviews/new/ Donate to the costs associated with the show - https://ko-fi.com/thelivedexperiencepodcast

Duration:00:56:04

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Exploring the Impact of Trauma: A Conversation with Family Court Mediator, Rosemary Gattuso

9/10/2023
In this episode of Lived Experience Podcast, host Joel Kleber sits down with Rosemary Gattuso, a lawyer and family law court mediator, to discuss the topic of trauma and its impact on mental health. Rosemary shares her insights on the neuroscience behind behaviour and how trauma shapes our view of the world. Don't miss this deep and powerful conversation that sheds light on an often overlooked aspect of mental illness. Make sure to leave a rating and review if you enjoyed the episode! [00:02:27] A different approach in law. [00:03:41] Trauma and its impact. [00:10:36] Strength-based approach in healing. [00:14:51] Quality of thoughts and actions. [00:19:17] Reflecting on personal growth. [00:22:53] Mental illness in family court. [00:25:02] Balancing children's safety and parental rights. [00:29:20] What makes for a good mediation? [00:34:11] Tendencies for overcoming adversity. [00:36:30] Polarity and victimhood. [00:41:12] Trauma-informed mental health awareness. [00:45:36] Mental health and well-being. Support the Show. Visit the website www.livedexperiencepodcast.com Leave a review - https://www.livedexperiencepodcast.com/reviews/new/ Donate to the costs associated with the show - https://ko-fi.com/thelivedexperiencepodcast

Duration:00:47:27

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The impact of Bipolar Disorder on children: A Personal Perspective - Interview with Kerrie Atherton

7/23/2023
In this episode of Stories of Hope Worldwide, host Kerry Atherton interviews Joel Kleber, host of The Lived Experience podcast, about growing up with a parent who struggled with mental health. Joel shares his defining moment of awareness at the age of seven and his traumatic experiences with his mother in psychiatric care. The episode focuses on the impact of parental mental health struggles on children, highlighting the need for support and understanding. [00:00:00] Parental Mental Health Effects Children. [00:03:15] Foster care and family struggles. [00:08:39] Bipolar disorder. [00:08:57] Parental Mental Health. [00:13:02] Father's rejection issues. [00:14:43] Coping mechanisms and masks. [00:19:02] Harmful psychiatric ward experiences. [00:20:28] Inner vows and survival. [00:23:16] Foster care experiences. [00:26:03] Overcoming complacency in childhood. [00:29:04] Mental health funding and awareness. [00:31:49] Electric convulsive therapy and mental health. [00:35:02] ECT treatment controversies. [00:38:15] Self-care strategies. [00:41:10] Negligence in Mental Health Profession. [00:44:10] Forgiveness and self-care. [00:48:13] Childhood trauma and development. [00:50:12] Dealing with trauma. [00:53:26] Mental health and children. Big thanks to Kerrie for taking an interest and you can learn more about her here - https://storiesofhope.com.au/ Support the Show. Visit the website www.livedexperiencepodcast.com Leave a review - https://www.livedexperiencepodcast.com/reviews/new/ Donate to the costs associated with the show - https://ko-fi.com/thelivedexperiencepodcast

Duration:00:56:12

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From Burnout to Balance: Managing OCD and Pivoting Careers to Help Others - Interview with Simon Rinne of Mindful Men

5/23/2023
In this episode, I speak with Simon Rinne of Mindful Men who is an experienced lived experience therapist and shares his journey with OCD, burnout, and therapy. The topics covered include: [00:04:10] "Debunking OCD misconceptions and personal experiences" [00:20:02] "Combating OCD with ERP and mindfulness practices" [00:25:39] "Mindfulness, Gratitude, and Values: Finding Joy Again" [00:35:33] "From High KPIs to Burnout: My Story" [00:47:17] "From Social Science to Mental Health Entrepreneur" [00:59:43] "Mindfulness Therapy Goes Outdoors: An Inside Look" [01:06:57] "Mindful Men's Simon shares his transformative story" Check out Simon at https://mindful-men.com.au/ Support the Show. Visit the website www.livedexperiencepodcast.com Leave a review - https://www.livedexperiencepodcast.com/reviews/new/ Donate to the costs associated with the show - https://ko-fi.com/thelivedexperiencepodcast

Duration:01:08:00

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Breaking the Stigma: Billy Todd's Story of Surviving Abandonment and Managing Severe Anxiety

5/8/2023
In this episode of the Lived Experience podcast, mental health advocate Billy Todd shares his story of managing anxiety and turning his life around. Billy emphasizes the seriousness of anxiety and its impact on a person's life, and shares what he did to manage it. During the COVID-19 outbreak in Melbourne in April-May 2020, he found comfort in chaotic environments, which research suggests is common among people with anxiety. Despite the comfort he felt, he found that he neglected his own needs during that time and accumulated a lot of emotions, which hit him all at once and led to emotional distress. Billy learned the importance of focusing on physical health, including exercise and nutrition, to improve mental health. He also listens to science-based podcasts and does a lot of reading and research to further his knowledge. Additionally, Billy discusses how creating an alter ego named Pablo helps him to counteract his negative self-talk. The episode also features a speaker who shares similar experiences with managing anxiety and finding ways to cope. They sought help and spent three weeks at a psychiatric hospital in Sydney, where they received group and one-on-one therapy with a psychiatrist. Through therapy, they learned coping mechanisms to recognize and manage abandonment issues. Listeners of the Lived Experience podcast can share their own stories by contacting the host through the podcast's website or social media. The podcast focuses on sharing stories of lived experience on mental illness and mental health topics to help promote understanding and encourage conversations around these important issues. Big thanks to Billy for sharing his lived experience. Support the Show. Visit the website www.livedexperiencepodcast.com Leave a review - https://www.livedexperiencepodcast.com/reviews/new/ Donate to the costs associated with the show - https://ko-fi.com/thelivedexperiencepodcast

Duration:00:40:53

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The Truth About Psychiatric Care: A Conversation with Nurse Georgia Livingston

4/24/2023
In this episode of the Lived Experience podcast, host Joel Kleber interviews Georgia, a psychiatric nurse who works in a private inpatient facility. Georgia discusses her passion for mental health care and why she finds it rewarding. She explains that working in a psychiatric facility is not like what is portrayed in the movies and that patients are provided with a calm and relaxed environment, similar to a home away from home. Joel asks Georgia about the process of getting help in these facilities, and Georgia explains that in the public setting, involuntary patients are held if they are at harm to themselves or others. In the private setting, patients are referred by a GP or psychiatrist and must be willing to go voluntarily. Georgia also discusses her thoughts on electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), explaining that it is a last-resort treatment for dire circumstances where medication has failed. She has seen it work wonders in some cases but acknowledges the potential side effects. The episode also covers visiting hours for families, the challenges of bringing children into psychiatric facilities, and the importance of mental health tribunals in the public setting. Overall, Georgia provides valuable insight into the workings of psychiatric facilities and the care provided to patients. Big thanks to Georgia for sharing her story and the work that she does along with all the other mental health nurses throughout Australia and the World. Support the Show. Visit the website www.livedexperiencepodcast.com Leave a review - https://www.livedexperiencepodcast.com/reviews/new/ Donate to the costs associated with the show - https://ko-fi.com/thelivedexperiencepodcast

Duration:01:24:19

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Interview with Psychiatric Nurse, Georgia Livingston

4/23/2023
In this episode of the Lived Experience podcast, host Joel Kleber interviews Georgia, a psychiatric nurse who works in a private inpatient facility. Georgia discusses her passion for mental health care and why she finds it rewarding. She explains that working in a psychiatric facility is not like what is portrayed in the movies and that patients are provided with a calm and relaxed environment, similar to a home away from home. Joel asks Georgia about the process of getting help in these facilities, and Georgia explains that in the public setting, involuntary patients are held if they are at harm to themselves or others. In the private setting, patients are referred by a GP or psychiatrist and must be willing to go voluntarily. Georgia also discusses her thoughts on electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), explaining that it is a last-resort treatment for dire circumstances where medication has failed. She has seen it work wonders in some cases but acknowledges the potential side effects. The episode also covers visiting hours for families, the challenges of bringing children into psychiatric facilities, and the importance of mental health tribunals in the public setting. Overall, Georgia provides valuable insight into the workings of psychiatric facilities and the care provided to patients. Big thanks to Georgia for sharing her story and the work that she does along with all the other mental health nurses throughout Australia and the World. Support the showVisit the website www.livedexperiencepodcast.com Leave a review - https://www.livedexperiencepodcast.com/reviews/new/ Donate to the costs associated with the show - https://ko-fi.com/thelivedexperiencepodcast

Duration:01:24:17

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The Legacy Paradox: Why Most People Are Forgotten, But You Shouldn't Fear Being Forgotten Yourself

4/11/2023
Welcome to today's episode, where we'll be discussing the fascinating topic of how long people are remembered generally. It's often said that most people are forgotten about in 3 generations, meaning that their memories and legacies tend to fade away within 75-100 years of their passing. While this statement may hold some truth, it's important to note that it's not always the case for everyone. Some people leave a lasting impact on the world, and their legacies are remembered for centuries. So with this in mind, why do we tend to be held back by others' opinions of ours or fear of change in general? If you have lost someone, what are you doing to honour them in your life no matter how big or small? Support the Show. Visit the website www.livedexperiencepodcast.com Leave a review - https://www.livedexperiencepodcast.com/reviews/new/ Donate to the costs associated with the show - https://ko-fi.com/thelivedexperiencepodcast

Duration:00:06:57

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She Faced Suicide & Addiction, Now She's Changing Lives: Unbelievable Stories of Hope & Resilience! Interview with Kerrie Atherton

4/11/2023
Kerrie Atherton, a woman who has turned her own struggles into a mission to inspire hope and resilience in others, is the founder of Stories of HOPE Australia/Worldwide and EMPOWER Life Solutions. As a Keynote Speaker, Author, Mental Health First Aid Training Presenter, Event Host, Trauma and Addictions Recovery Counsellor, Kerrie has dedicated her life to helping people overcome life's challenges and find hope. Having faced her own battle with addiction and suicide at the age of 18, Kerrie sought help from Alcoholics Anonymous and has maintained her sobriety for over 40 years. Her personal experiences led her to work in the business and community sector for the past 30 years, assisting those struggling with various issues in life. After relocating to the Sunshine Coast 17 years ago, Kerrie continued her work as a trauma and addictions coach/counsellor, mentor, and volunteer in the community. She has also provided support to numerous young people in crisis across different schools in the region. Together with her husband, Kerrie founded the charity "Streetlight," which supported homeless and disadvantaged individuals for six years. Four years ago, she established "Stories of HOPE Australia," a platform that organizes monthly events to bring hope to the community. Kerrie is now a published author, with her latest book, "Stories of HOPE Australia: Resilient People, Remarkable Stories," capturing inspiring tales of strength and determination. As the world faced the challenges of a global lockdown, Kerrie expanded her reach by launching "Stories of HOPE Worldwide," an online platform that shares stories of hope from around the globe. Additionally, she has become a "Mental Health First Aid" trainer, teaching people how to recognize and assist those experiencing a mental health crisis. Driven by her passion for preventing suicide and hopelessness, Kerrie Atherton is committed to fostering connection and bringing hope to people in times of uncertainty in our rapidly changing world. Support the Show. Visit the website www.livedexperiencepodcast.com Leave a review - https://www.livedexperiencepodcast.com/reviews/new/ Donate to the costs associated with the show - https://ko-fi.com/thelivedexperiencepodcast

Duration:00:57:09

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Piecing Together Mental Health: Catherine Eagleson's Puzzling Journey with Bipolar Disorder

3/19/2023
Catherine Eagleson was suggested to me as a guest who wanted to share her story about living with Bipolar disorder and also how she has created puzzling for mental health. Catherine developed the Clue Detective Online Puzzle Portal https://cluedetectivepuzzleagency.com/ ‘It comprises a range of crosswords, codewords, filmograppuzzles (cryptograms based on an actor and a selection of his/her films), sudoku and world building challenges etc. There’s something for everyone. Check out her blog each day for puzzling inspiration! ‘Annual membership is available to individuals for a small fee per year One can be a lifetime member too. It is also offered as an e-resource in a growing number of public libraries across Australia. ‘Once a member, one can access puzzles on PC, laptop or tablet, wherever there is a wi-fi connection.’ Catherine’s ultimate dream is for Puzzle Detective to be in every library in Australia, New Zealand, and beyond. ‘If it’s not available from your library, please request it. Many library patrons who enjoy solving puzzles will reap the benefits all year round! ‘One gentleman once told me that my (codeword) puzzles save his sanity on the frequent long-haul flights he takes as they’re “the best way to while away the hours between London and Sydney!” In this episode you will hear how challenging the brain with puzzling is great for your mental health. Big thanks to Catherine for her time and bravery in sharing her lived experience. Support the Show. Visit the website www.livedexperiencepodcast.com Leave a review - https://www.livedexperiencepodcast.com/reviews/new/ Donate to the costs associated with the show - https://ko-fi.com/thelivedexperiencepodcast

Duration:00:43:56

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I am interviewed by a Clinical Psychologist, Bill Campos live on air about reconnecting with my father after 22 years!

3/16/2023
Bill Campos is the Chief Executive Officer - ICLA | Clinical Psychologist BSc MA (Psych) MPsych FAPsS | Director | Social Researcher and he wanted to interview me about why I decided to reconnect with my father after 22 years. The reason for this will be revealed in the episode however, Bill wanted to provide some content for other people he knows or treats who may be struggling with similar issues. Bill is also a qualified psychologist who has a mother with Bipolar Disorder, I can relate to Bill in a lot more ways than just a professional one. I reveal all in this 60-minute interview and have tried to be as honest as possible. Big thanks to Bill for this initiative I hope it helps you. If it helps you or you have any feedback, please contact me via https://www.livedexperiencepodcast.com/contact/ Support the Show. Visit the website www.livedexperiencepodcast.com Leave a review - https://www.livedexperiencepodcast.com/reviews/new/ Donate to the costs associated with the show - https://ko-fi.com/thelivedexperiencepodcast

Duration:01:07:53

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Interview with Darcy Smyth about the hardest thing anyone can ever go through!

3/1/2023
Darcy Smyth is a well-respected sales trainer, consultant, and business owner. However, he and his family have experienced probably the hardest thing someone has to go through and that is losing a loved one to suicide. We are all aware of the term, but, how aware are we of what families go through in the lead-up and the aftermath, plus the grief that comes with it? It's something that isn't spoken about enough as that's everyone's right to not talk about something so hard, however, Darcy was kind enough to share his story on the lived experience podcast. Anyone can get something out of today's episode as Darcy provides a lot of great insights and a view on life that will certainly help you with whatever situation you're dealing with. Big thanks to Darcy for sharing his story, we wish him and his family all the best for the future. If you find today's episode valuable please leave a review or share it with someone who needs to hear this. If this brings up any triggering thoughts for you, please reach out to the appropriate services. Support the Show. Visit the website www.livedexperiencepodcast.com Leave a review - https://www.livedexperiencepodcast.com/reviews/new/ Donate to the costs associated with the show - https://ko-fi.com/thelivedexperiencepodcast

Duration:01:13:38

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Interview with Jenny Smith NSW Volunteer of the Year by the Mental Health Foundation of Australia

2/26/2023
Jenny Smith is a Consumer Advocate who is actively involved in the mental health & suicide prevention sector. Jenny sits on the Consumer Consultative Committee at One Door Mental Health as well as the CESPHN-Mental Health Suicide Prevention Advisory Committee and Community Council. Jenny works voluntarily as a Youth Mentor with Raise Foundation, and as a Digital Crisis Supporter with Lifeline In 2022 she was the recipient of the NSW Volunteer of the Year & Adult Volunteer of the Year for Mid-Western Region Sydney and named NSW Volunteer of the Year by the Mental Health Foundation of Australia. Support the Show. Visit the website www.livedexperiencepodcast.com Leave a review - https://www.livedexperiencepodcast.com/reviews/new/ Donate to the costs associated with the show - https://ko-fi.com/thelivedexperiencepodcast

Duration:00:28:38

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Why I decided to reconnect with my father after 22 years!

2/20/2023
In today's solo episode, I talk about why I decided to reconnect with my father after 22 years of estrangement. I share this in the hope of passing on some hard lessons I learned and regrets. I tell you my reasons why and why I didn't have anything to do with him for 22 years. I also talk about the moment that changed it all. Everyone's situation is different, however, I hope you can take some insights away from today's episode and if I can do this, you can as well! If you would like to watch the video episode with slides you can via https://youtu.be/Ca8KHnYGMXw Support the Show. Visit the website www.livedexperiencepodcast.com Leave a review - https://www.livedexperiencepodcast.com/reviews/new/ Donate to the costs associated with the show - https://ko-fi.com/thelivedexperiencepodcast

Duration:00:34:28

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PART 1 - Why have I been gone for so long?

1/18/2023
Thanks to everyone for their support of the podcast in 2022! In today's episode, I talk about where I have been and why I have been gone for so long; I hope you can apply some of the themes I discuss in this episode. If you want to be a guest in 2023, please reach out via the website and send me a message. Support the Show. Visit the website www.livedexperiencepodcast.com Leave a review - https://www.livedexperiencepodcast.com/reviews/new/ Donate to the costs associated with the show - https://ko-fi.com/thelivedexperiencepodcast

Duration:00:17:52

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How to succeed despite a troubled childhood! Interview with tech entrepreneur, Belinda Agnew

12/8/2022
Belinda Agnew is a highly successful business owner, tech entrepreneur, and podcast host who shares her story about growing up with a single mother with alcohol addiction. Despite various challenges and leaving school in year 9, Belinda shares her journey and approach to how she has gone on to be successful. We also talk about mental health in the workplace and the damage that social media is currently doing. Huge thanks to Belinda for her time and openness. Belinda's Website - https://belindaagnew.com/ Belinda's LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/belindaagnew/ Belinda's Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/belindaagnew.eth/ Support the Show. Visit the website www.livedexperiencepodcast.com Leave a review - https://www.livedexperiencepodcast.com/reviews/new/ Donate to the costs associated with the show - https://ko-fi.com/thelivedexperiencepodcast

Duration:00:45:59