Episode #54 is with Thought leader of the year, a misfit with a cause, Chief of Illumin8 Accounting Andrew Van De Beek.
Today I sat down with Andrew and discussed all things life, family, whisky, dreams and of course, running a business and trying to put a dent in the universe!
If you'd like to learn more about Andrew and his cause, head on over to https://www.illumin8.com.au/
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Introducing Steve Roberts. Steve is someone I've known for a long time since the early days of running training, then football, now we both own gyms. Plenty has happened over that time for Steve.
He has won flags, travelled the world, had a few ACL injuries, opened Infinite Fitness and won a few triathlons.
Today's discussion centred around his journey, triumphs and setbacks. Enjoy!
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12 months ago I set the goal of releasing a podcast a week for a year. Today I achieved that goal.
Episode #52 is a celebration of every episode that came before it. And every episode that is to come. Thank you to all of our listeners, subscribers and most importantly the incredible guests I've been able to learn from and converse with along the way.
Enjoy the ramblings of me, Kiandra Paterson, Sam Keck, Simon Cooper, Jarryd Palser, Grant Rodgers and Tommy Terlaak.
You're all a bunch of legends
When you combine the natural environment, health and nutrition and a love and passion for helping others, you have a recipe for change. It is with these ingredients that Holistic Hikes was born.
As Holistic Hikes founder Amanda would say 'You're only one hike away from a better mood. Her desire to help and motivate others to facilitate positive change is an inspiring story and one you'll hear all about in the next hour!
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Josh is a former Triathlete who has been through his fair share of ups and downs.
A string of injuries, setbacks, failures and triumphs has led to a period of reflection and personal growth. Culminating in a successful24 hour solo swim in 2017 raising over $20,000 for Multiple Sclerosis.
Enjoy this open and honest chat about self-awareness and growth.
You can follow Josh on Instagram at www.instagram.com/joshuajkaiser
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After 7 weeks apart Host Lachie Wallace gets together with Simon Cooper to discuss the happenings of the past month and a half. With Lachie off galavanting around South America, Coop and Team Virtus was left to pick up the slack.
We discussed all things growth, learning and lessons and discussed the contrasts of our world and South America and shared a few uneducated opinions of the future of the human race, global equality, blockchain, money and the need for borders.
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Tristan River is a bit of an enigma. What we do know about this coffee making, barista educating, tattoo toting legend of a human, is that he loves to work hard, would do anything for his mates and can have a conversation with just about anyone.
This wonderful discussion centres around connection, interaction and having pride in what you do.
To learn more about Tristan, follow him on Instagram @av_rage or simply roll into commonfolk and have a conversation with this magnificent young man.
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Episode #45 - Dan Mcquinn
Leave Everything Better Than When You Found It.
Dan is a lawyer, entrepreneur, traveller, coffee drinker and advocate for justice.
Growing up on the Mornington Peninsula, Dan has found himself living in Melbourne and overseas, all while pursuing new experiences and challenges. From working in law to starting his own business in coffee and now back working as a lawyer, Dan has done some pretty great things.
He strives to stick to his values and create positive change in the world. He has a wealth of experience for someone as young as he is and is someone that I really look up to.