On the 12th episode of Win Your Own Personal Olympics Podcast my guest this week is my close friend and “half-sister”, Alicia Tang. Alicia Tang is the head physiotherapist for the English National Women’s Football team. Born in Melbourne, she is part Australian and part Malaysian Chinese, with a master’s degree in Sports Physiotherapy and[...]
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Ninna Katrine Larsen – Director of Reground, is this week’s podcast guest on the 11th episode of Win Your Own Personal Olympics. Ninna founded Reground with a vision of making the world a more sustainable place through used coffee grounds. Born and raised in Copenhagen, Denmark, Ninna moved to Australia in 2012. It is in[...]
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For WYOPO’s 10th episode, the guest is Darren Hart, better known to the music world as HARTS. Harts is a one-man-musical powerhouse; musician, singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, composer and music producer. His rise to fame goes as far back as high school where he replied to a school newsletter ad to drum lessons which then sparked the[...]
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On the 9th episode of WYOPO, my guest is the inspiring couple of Tony and Natasha Ferreira. Together they have built Tonys Quality Meat and Fincor Services. Tony and Natasha, originally from South Africa, migrated to Australia with hopes of seizing better opportunities for their entire family, and to get away from the increasing crime[...]
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Memobottle is the brainchild of Jesse Leeworthy and Jonathan Byrt. Jesse is a renowned product designer, engineer, and lecturer dedicated to sustainability. Meanwhile, Jonathan is a charismatic, financial consultant and accountant with a bachelor’s degree in commerce. The duo grew up in the coastal town of Red Hill. Their friendship involved surfing where they saw[...]
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On lucky number 7 of Win Your Own Personal Olympics with Sean Wroe, we will be flipping the tables by having one of my previous guests, playing the host role. Luke Wallace from episode number two interviews me while I am on the hot seat playing interviewee. In this episode, Luke and I discussed my life[...]
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On the 6th episode of WYOPO, my guest is Seb Lindner, a good friend and owner of Short Stays Victoria. Seb has a degree in Business and Entrepreneurship, worked for a Real Estate Agency before venturing into his first business Artreck. He then stumbled upon Airbnb and started leasing and subletting apartments across Melbourne. His[...]
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On WYOPO’s 5th instalment, the guests are Jemima Bentley and Melody Sole, who together with Elizabeth King founded Florrie. Florrie began in December 2015, they specialise in dolls, and the store allows little girls to find a doll and dress their dolls exactly like them. Listen to this 40-minute podcast where Jemima and Melody discussed their[...]
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Today's guests on episode four of WYOPO are the creators of Golden Grind Tahli Watts, Renny Watts and Sage Greenwood.
Tahli is a certified nutrition scientist, while her husband Renny graduated with a degree in Business Marketing and is a sportsman.
Sage is a model, lawyer and number cruncher and is also Tahli’s younger sister.
The trio with the help of their family is responsible for the famous Golden Grind blend.
On this half-hour podcast, we discuss the Golden Grind history and...
For the third episode of WYOPO, I will be talking with Liam Sardea, a self-pronounced "fragrance philosopher" who at the age of 18 exudes a sophistication of men far his senior akin to those from the pre-World War I romantic era.
Liam, a friend I met via Men’s Biz where he is the fragrance specialist, has given me a greater appreciation for fragrances and the finer things in life. He has enjoyed many successes and varying achievements, all without even leaving his teens.
On the second episode of WYOPO, it took me three times to record my next guest. He goes by the name of Luke Wallace.
Luke Wallace is a close friend of mine; a renowned model, an athlete, a health practitioner, a son, and a man who managed to see the light despite the darkness he has experienced. Luke is in tune with his gifts and ability to feel and see what is truly happening to someone on a physical, mental, emotional and spiritual level at any one time.
In this 40-minute podcast, you...
After much time conceptualising, this podcast project has finally come to fruition.
For my first episode of "Win Your Own Personal Olympics", I am paying homage to the Rio Olympic Games and who better to have as my first guest, than Eric Hollingsworth.
I have known Eric for the past ten years in varying capacities. He is a mentor, he is a friend and he coached me in the realm of elite track and field. In this podcast, you’ll hear about Eric Hollingsworth’s impressive athletic resume...