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Ep 70 - Sarah Holloway, Selling matcha green tea powder

12/7/2017
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“What is the opportunity that won’t be there ever again?” - Sarah Holloway Sarah Holloway started her career as a mergers and acquisitions lawyer at a leading international law firm. Early on however she realized that the corporate life wasn’t for her as the profession and its lifestyle didn't easily reconcile with her personal passions for health, wellness and creativity. After a fateful trip to Hong Kong and a recommendation from her doctor not to drink coffee, Sarah stumbled onto matcha...

Duration: 01:05:00


Ep 69 - Laura D’Asaro, Getting people to eat bugs

11/16/2017
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“If you put in a lot more effort than anyone else you’re gonna have good results.” - Laura D'Asaro Laura D'Asaro is the co-founder and COO of Six Foods, a company that specializes in making food from cricket flour which is a much more sustainable source of protein than beef. Laura's journey in social entrepreneurship began at age fifteen, when she raised $14,000 through her lemonade stand to build a playground for her community. She has also broken multiple world records, including the...

Duration: 01:01:53


Ep 68 - Josh Quigley, Suicide survivor and endurance cyclist

11/2/2017
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“Physical exercise is by far the most effective and practical thing that anyone can do.” - Josh Quigley After a dark and painful battle with depression, Josh Quigley lost all hope and attempted suicide by intentionally crashing his car at over 80 mph. He miraculously survived this suicide attempt and walked away with no physical injuries. After realizing he’d been kept alive for a reason he decided to grab hold of his 2nd chance at life and raise awareness of mental health issues. On the 1...

Duration: 01:11:09


Ep 67 - Reese Lansangan, Singer-songwriter

10/18/2017
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“When you work hard the universe will acknowledge that and people will see that as well.” - Reese Lansangan Reese Lansangan is a 27 year old singer-songwriter, visual artist, graphic designer, fashion designer, and published author. Reese’s first love is music and she believes in telling compelling and informative stories through her songwriting. Her debut album, Arigato, Internet! features 13 original songs + 5 remixes by renowned indie musicians from the Philippines. Her body of creative...

Duration: 00:56:31


Ep 66 - Rabia Sitabi, Working in 10 industries before the age of 30

10/6/2017
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“Just be open to everyone.” - Rabia Sitabi Rabia Sitabi’s life started in tough circumstances: she lost both her parents by the age of 16 and had to become a mother for her younger siblings. Since then she has taken a very unique journey through her career working across a range of different industries and professions. Rabia is now a international culture ambassador who aims to connect the East to the West through events and education. During the week she runs strategy and operations for...

Duration: 01:09:38


Ep 65 - Nick Jaffe, Finding freedom and autonomy through sailing

9/15/2017
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“With the right amount of time and focus and the right tools there are many more things that you can do than you think you can do.” - Nick Jaffe As a teenager Nick Jaffe started working in software development before deciding to study photography at the Victorian College of the Arts. He soon after went overseas and started hitchhiking through Europe before falling in love with sailing. From 2006 to 2009 Nick sailed solo across the Atlantic and Pacific oceans in a small 26ft boat. This...

Duration: 00:51:19


Ep 64 - Alexandra Clark, Entrepreneurial chocolatier

8/31/2017
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“Whatever you do, just keep walking. Don’t actually ever stop.” - Alexandra Clark After working at an ice cream shop at age 14, Alexandra Clark fell in love with the interaction that people have with sweets. Her curiosity took her to Michigan State University where she studied Hospitality Business & Food Processing Technology. After receiving her chocolate certificate from The French Pastry School of Chicago, she left the country on a full scholarship to New Zealand’s prestigious Massey...

Duration: 00:49:55


Ep 63 - Anna Therese Day, Independent war journalist

7/18/2017
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"If I don’t buy this $200 plane ticket and miss the Egyptian revolution I’d never forgive myself." - Anna Therese Day Anna Therese Day is an award-winning independent reporter with her main focus being the Middle East. After graduating from college in Wisconsin she went to Israel to do a Masters degree. During her winter break she heard rumors of a revolution mounting in Egypt and jumped on a plane to see the action in person. Sure enough, she was in Tahrir Square during the Arab Spring to...

Duration: 00:57:39


Ep 62 - Charlene Rhinehart, Corporate America to pageantry

7/10/2017
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"I didn’t just want my career to be based on income, I wanted to have an impact." - Charlene Rhinehart Charlene Rhinehart has spent a decade working as a Certified Public Accountant in corporate America. What makes her story interesting is that she had the unique personal and professional development goal of competition in a pageant. In 2015 she won the title of Ms. Corporate America and soon after decided to quit her accounting job and travel the world. She went on a six-month world tour...

Duration: 00:49:44


Ep 61 - Una Gašparović, How a conductor becomes a digital marketer

6/26/2017
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"You don’t have to agree 100% with the people that inspire you." - Una Gašparović Una Gašparović used to be a music teacher and a conductor. Soon after completing Bachelor studies in the field of Ethnomusicology she founded a ladies choir and taught other people how to sing. Despite the success and joy of working in music, she didn’t feel a sense of fulfillment. She spent years in a quest to find her “true calling”, exploring interests through hobbies and jobs: making jewelry, learning...

Duration: 00:55:26


Ep 60 - Bryce Adams, Running a Laos nightclub and making software

6/19/2017
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"You do a lot of things in your life that are so different to where you end up but it’s important to remember those things because they shape you, even if it doesn’t seem obvious." - Bryce Adams Bryce Adams decided to attend university after high school but within a week realized that it wasn’t what he wanted to do. He took a year off to go travelling before giving university another shot: he lasted less than a month before quitting for good. A friend from his travels contacted him and...

Duration: 01:00:27


Ep 59 - Jodie Cook, Introducing children to enterprising role models

6/12/2017
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"The money has got to be the enabler of freedom and not a goal in itself. You could be on a massive salary but you’re not necessarily free because you don’t choose how you spend your own time." - Jodie Cook Jodie Cook founded a social media marketing agency, JC Social Media, back in 2011. Since then she has grown the company to a team of 15 and now runs the social media campaigns for 500 clients across the world. Jodie has also written five books on digital marketing as well as developed...

Duration: 01:04:18


Ep 56 - Pixie Weyand, Music venue and cafe owner

5/17/2017
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"It’s never the situation but your thoughts about it." - Pixie Weyand Two years ago Pixie was still cleaning toilets at a mine in rural Queensland. With a head full of ideas and the drive to do something with her life she has since worked tirelessly to create The Lost Collective, an umbrella for several businesses she is in the process of growing. These include: Lost Boys, a small, organic vegetarian, carbon-neutral café in the Brisbane suburb of Fortitude Valley; The Tree House, a bar...

Duration: 00:56:16


Ep 55 - Hershey Hilado, Thriving After Being Sold Into Slavery

5/10/2017
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"We suffer from our own judgement more than anything else." - Hershey Hilado Hershey Hilado understands what it means to overcome adversity. At the age of 12 her father was murdered by her own uncle. She started shoplifting a year later to survive and was forced to drop out of school and provide for her seven siblings. At the age of 16 her mother sold her into an arranged marriage with a man three times her age. After escaping that terrible ordeal she became homeless for two years until...

Duration: 00:48:53


Ep 54 - Anna Ross, Making ethically responsible cosmetics

5/3/2017
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"It is all mindset because I can be wallowing in self-pity and crying every day or I can actually be achieving things that I had only dreamed of." - Anna Ross Anna Ross is the founder and CEO of Kester Black, an ethical and socially responsible cosmetics company she launched in 2012. Kester Black's products are vegan, sustainable, cruelty-free, Australian-made and B Corp certified. Kester Black has donated 15% of its revenue to charities and the company also makes a water-permeable nail...

Duration: 01:01:06


Ep 52 - Will Dayble, Teaching non-profits how to do the Internet

4/3/2017
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"I’m just one of the more violent early adopters of the qualification-less society." - Will Dayble Will Dayble is a tech geek turned social entrepreneur, passionate about things like measuring impact, breaking dumb systems and supporting the Australian social economy. Companies Will has founded include Squareweave, a digital agency that helps changemakers do good tech and The Fitzroy Academy, an online school to teach social impact education and help non-profits learn digital skills. Will...

Duration: 00:56:02


Ep 51 - Cam Greenwood, Using a surf brand for social good

3/22/2017
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"If you’re gonna create something that’s world-changing or pushes people forward you need to have a crazy vision, dream big and embrace the wild." - Cam Greenwood Cam Greenwood is the founder of Monsta Surf, one of Australia’s fastest growing surf brands which has an engaged following of over 50,000 people. Cam’s vision for the brand is to use it as a platform to positively influence and impact the world. Under his leadership the Monsta Foundation has been able to fund life changing...

Duration: 00:59:26


Ep 50 - Jimmy Hayes, Co-founder at Minaal

3/15/2017
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“We just want to make cool things happen in the world.” - Jimmy Hayes Jimmy is the co-founder of Minaal, a high-end travel gear company. He met his business partner Doug on a university exchange trip and discovered that they both love to travel. Over a number of overseas trips the pair realised that the part of the travel experience causing the most pain was their gear. They both soon decided to quit their jobs in order to create products that make travelling faster, happier, and more...

Duration: 00:58:58


Ep 49 - Matt Guthmiller, Youngest person to fly solo around the world

3/8/2017
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"I don’t like the idea of having to go out and find a job, I want to go out and make a job." - Matt Guthmiller Matt Guthmiller started his first company in 2007 at the age of 12, unlocking AT&T's iPhones for people to use worldwide. Since his first solo flight at age 16 he has since earned a commercial pilot certificate having flown dozens of airplanes and logging nearly 1500 hours up in the air. On July 14, 2014, at the age of 19 and after a 44.5 day trip of over 30,000 miles in the air,...

Duration: 00:58:33


Ep 48 - Allen Lee, Changing careers after 15 years in finance

2/27/2017
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"The greatest things I could have taught myself at a younger age are all related to empathy." - Allen Lee Allen Lee is a little older than some of the people I’ve previously brought onto the podcast. I wanted to try something different and speak to someone who has a slightly longer journey than the average guest. Allen started his career as an analyst for an investment bank but later served as Director of Corporate Development at Lions Gate Entertainment, where he led the company’s annual...

Duration: 00:59:56

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