A podcast all about living your optimal life. Interviews with inspirational thought leaders focussed around health, wellness and mindset to ensure that you have the tools to live your best life.
In this episode we talk to the Francois de Neuville all about his life story and how it all led to a to him having the skills and awareness to survive a tsunami in Indonesia and in the process also save the life of a young Indonesian girl.
I always had big dreams and an unshakable determination to achieve them. As a kid, I was constantly craving for action and pushing my limits. When I was 17, I decided to join the army...
In this episode we talk to the Kim Mastrowicz from True Inspiration Coaching and The Main Event to hear all about her journey being diagnosed with breast cancer and how she chose a natural path of healing.
Kim's Bio - Personal Mindset Coach & International Event Manager
True Inspiration Coaching
Kim’s passion is personal development and creating a life of inspiration and abundance. From her life experience she works with women...
In this episode we talk to the founder of From Divorce to Destiny, Tiffany Harnsongkram.
This is a fascinating and crazy, in a good way, episode on Tiffanys life story to date on how she was faced with a lot of challenges and how she over came those and rose above it all to be where she is today.
Tiffany is Founder of From Divorce to Destiny. She also holds positions as Chief Human Officer at Human Unlimited, and a...
In this episode we talk to Michael Collins who is the founder of SugarAddiction.com. We go into Mike's history and find out how he got into helping people with Sugar addiction and also discuss some fascinating statistics about the negative affect of refined sugar in modern society.
Michael Collins has been completely sugar-free for over 30 years. He is Chairman of the Board of a Food Addiction Institute, a 501(c) non-pr...
In this episode we talk to the founder of Soulhub Carmen Rendell and her partner Andrew Cuerden.
We all have our stories and this forms an integral part of our journey to enlightenment. In this podcast Andrew and Carmen are open enough to share their stories of how they ended up where they are today.
Gift: Andrew is a skilled movement and emotion therapist. By integrating dance with a variety of other physical and meta...
In this episode we talk to Eric Edmeades who is the founder of WILDFIT. We take a look back through Eric's life, which is fascinating, and weave our way through how he got fascinated with human psychology and behavioural change, the first time he met Tony Robbins and then the path to creating WILDFIT due to his own personal struggles with his health.
As well as being the founder of the fast-growing health coaching...
In this episode we talk to Lauren Verona about her life story and how she navigated her way from running a successfull PR business in Melbourne to shifting to her true passion of running and owning a Yoga Studio. We then dive into your move to the Sunshine Coast, chat about the struggles and challenges of divorce and how she managed to rise out from her darkest day to now own 4 yoga studios on the beautiful Sunshine Coast.
In this episode we talk to David Lea from Daring Deeply and dive straight into an episode talking all about what women are saying around dating.
David Lea is a leadership, life, and relationship coach leveraging his decades of expertise in relationships, wellness, and communication to serve and support high-achieving professional women and men in optimizing their purpose & passion in life and relationships.
The Why Series with Kristy Munroe
In this episode we talk to Kristy Munroe about her life story and how she became the two time world surf life saving champion as well as captaining Australia at the World Championships. Kristy then opens up about how she struggled as a young mother have a child that struggled to sleep and how she got into a "funk". We then talk all about Kristy's exciting plans for the future as well as...
In this episode we talk to Andy Fermo from Invisible Injuries about his journey to becoming a special forces soldier and then impact that had on him from a mental health perspective.
"When the dust settled" after 10 years military service and two active "Tours of duty" with Australian Special Forces, surviving the impact of an Improvised Explosive Device and near death scenarios Andy found himself in a...
In this episode we talk to Heidi Latcham all about her life story and the path that has lead her toward the journey of self-love.
Heidi is a Sunshine Coast girl (Queensland, Australia), born and bred.
You might think you know her from Channel 9’s Married at First Sight, but we bet you don’t know this stuff!
Heidi went to Buderim Mountain Primary School and Maroochydore State High.
She first began her radio career in 20...
In this episode we talk to Corky Carroll who has the prestigious honour of being the worlds first professional surfer.
Carroll started his career in 1959 at a very early age and by the time he retired in 1972, he was only 24 years old. From 1966-1970 he won the United States Surfing Championship and also won the International Surfing Championship three times. Altogether, Carroll won over 100 surfing competitions. Aft...
In this episode we talk to World Iron Man Surf Lifesaving Champion Trevor Hendy all about the journey about reaching the pinnacle in his sport that left him unfulfilled. We then discuss Trevor's journey to becoming a Life/Soul coach which is where he places his energy and focus these days.
I adore my family. I love to make a difference in this world. I love to see the best in everyone and everything. I help out...
In this episode we talk to World Surf Champion Nat Young all about the journey of his life and get his perspective of various key points to live by.
World Surfing Champion - 1996 and 1970
Three Time Australian Surfing Champion - 1966, 1967 and 1960
Four time Bells Beach Champion
In this episode we talk to Hudson Harris from Pandon about steps we can take to ensure we are in the best shape possible from a mental health perspective.
In a nutshell (why would I be in a nutshell), I am a natural communicator who likes to solve complex problems and develop innovative solutions. I achieve success by tapping my analytical skills, human-centered design experience, and ability to connect with others ...
In this episode we talk to Sarah Linage-Denney all about how to manage conflict and come to a resolution. Remember it only takes one person to shift the dynamic to get you to a yes.
At Kin Space, we exist to improve the world of work. We do this through creating healthier workplace interactions through guided interactive learning experiences.
I believe in working environments where all individuals advocate as much fo...
In this episode we talk to Nick Playstead about this journey to help him recover from divorce and infidelity. Nick was brave enough to share his journey openly on this podcast and how looking at alternatives way to heal was his "last resort" but the benefits and healing he has achieved by visiting Rythmia Life Advancement Center have been life altering.
In this episode we talk to Elissa Renouf all about her journey of managing 5 children with Diabetes and how she started her business Diabete-Ezy to help families in need.
I have five beautiful children – four boys and a girl, aged between 24 and 15. I grew up on a 620-hectare farm about 10 minutes outside the small town of Murgon which is about 240km north west of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia . I left high school...
In this episode we talk to Greg Sheehy on his journey to becoming a medium and medical intuitive with over 80000 readings.
Hi my name is Greg Sheeny, I am a Psychic/Medium and Medical Intuitive. For over twenty (20) years I have worked throughout Australia and Europe attending many Spiritual Expos, performing on stage in front of many live audiences as well as extensive Radio experience. I have also consulted to ov...
In this episode we talk to Dr Kassi Klein from Blokes in Mind all about her work in Men's Mental Health.
Dr Kassi Klein is a Medical Doctor (BSc/MBBS) working in Mental Health, and a Lifestyle Medicine Physician (International Society of Lifestyle Medicine) - a field which focuses on preventative and holistic approaches to managing chronic illnesses including depression and anxiety.
Dr Kassi advocates for Men’s ...
If you can never get enough true crime... Congratulations, you’ve found your people.
We’re at our most vulnerable when we go to our doctors. We trust the person at the other end of that scalpel. We trust the hospital. We trust the system. Christopher Duntsch was a neurosurgeon who radiated confidence. He claimed he was the best in Dallas. If you had back pain, and had tried everything else, Dr. Duntsch could give you the spine surgery that would take your pain away. But soon his patients started to experience complications, and the system failed to protect them. Which begs the question: who - or what - is that system meant to protect? From Wondery, the network behind the hit podcast Dirty John, DR. DEATH is a story about a charming surgeon, 33 patients and a spineless system. Reported and hosted by Laura Beil.
This is what the news should sound like. The biggest stories of our time, told by the best journalists in the world. Hosted by Michael Barbaro. Twenty minutes a day, five days a week, ready by 6 a.m.
Current and classic episodes, featuring compelling true-crime mysteries, powerful documentaries and in-depth investigations.
If you've ever wanted to know about champagne, satanism, the Stonewall Uprising, chaos theory, LSD, El Nino, true crime and Rosa Parks then look no further. Josh and Chuck have you covered.