December 10, 2017

#27 Wayde Custerson

"Inch by inch is a sinch, Yard by yard is Hard" A simple mantra, but this pretty much sums up a young man who has the perspective to focus on each little battle as it comes whilst putting in a mountain of work to get where he wants to be. 

It has been approximately 13 Months since Waydes whole world changed, after his Father and 'Best mate' Dickie passed away, he has ridden the waves of emotion with his family yet has managed to come out the other side with the wisdom and tact of someone twice his age. Wayde has achieved a significant amount in the past few years, I'm incredibly excited to see where his next steps lie, this kid can take on the world. 

Wayde has grown up surrounded by Sport, which has turned into a love with most sports with a ball, more specifically Footy. He has spent time working at multiple clubs most recently with an internship at Melbourne City.

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Daniel is a Professional Ski Bum (own words) who follows the snow around the world, whilst Ed works in sales and is the man behind The Human Happiness Project. These are two humans who are living opposite existences, and on the surface, couldn't be any more different. However, as the conversation continued, many similarities began to pop up. They are philosophically on the same page, yet polar opposites when it comes to how they live their lives. 

We hope you enjoy this conversation about life, living and purpose. If you did, let us know as this is a different format to the usual interview style of the Virtus Podcast. 
 
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November 26, 2017

#25 Bill Kerr (aka Doc)

Doc is an avid traveller having visited no less than 38 countries to date. Being an avid fitness enthusiast, he has managed to combine these two parts of his existence into one incredible business, Adventurefit travel. 

He has been locked into the grind of purchasing real estate at a young age, to giving it up and leaving to travel the world. Now he is in full entrepreneur mode as he strives to make Adventurefit the coolest company in the world.

As Doc would say ' Life is about stories, people. The longer, weirder, sadder and happier yours is the better '

To contact Doc and learn more about Adventurefit, hit the links below.

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www.adventurefittravel.com

Email: doc@adventurefittravel.com

Instagram @docsadventurefitlife

Twitter: ADVF_Travel

 

 

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November 19, 2017

#24 Simon Cooper

Simon Cooper is a coffee toting, barbell lifting, expat living, beer drinking human. He is one of the most genuine people you'll ever meet and someone who is a pleasure to spend time with. 

Coop and I met at ACU in 2011 in during our Exercise and Sports Science degree. A Mornington peninsula boy who spent 2 years living in the UK from 2015-2017. Now that he is back, he has jumped into a Business Degree and more notably has taken up the positions of Performance Coach and Head of Marketing at Virtus Human Performance. 

Treat yo self to a ripper chat with a ripper human. 

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November 12, 2017

#23 Jeremy Dooley

I first met Jeremy (aka Dools) at the Holden Centre during our days at Collingwood Football Club. He is someone with many more layers than first meets the eye. He has been an incredible role model to me and someone who left an incredible impact during his time at the club. 

Now, Jeremy specializes in High-Performance Teams and Cultures: He is a dynamic and versatile facilitator with 17 years of experience in developing and delivering cutting-edge content. 

Where Jeremy excels is his natural ability to see the potential in individuals, the group, then tailoring the workshop experience to achieve the desired outcomes and harness that potential. 
Working with over 70,000 people, he has facilitated groups from all walks of life: young people experiencing the highs and lows of adolescence and the transition into adulthood, to middle management and the C-Suite and right through to professional athletes.

Enjoy this, he is an incredible human. 

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November 4, 2017

#22 Beau Miles

Beau is someone who i have admired from a distance for a little while. After watching his movies over the past few years i was inspired by his sense of adventure and ability to find that adventure and reinvent it in his own backyard. Me summarising Beau would not do him justice, therefore i have gone down the copy paste route with his bio from his website http://beaumilesfilm.com/

Award winning filmmaker, average gardener, and hopeless at cooking eggs, Beau is mostly unfashionable. On the recent 350k crossing of Bass Strait in a sea kayak (from Australia’s mainland to Tasmania) he was voted 3rd worst dressed in a party of 3. When 2 more expedition members turned up he was the worst of 5. It was agreed that if 395 more people joined the party, he would be the 400th best dressed. Being offbeat and NQR speaks volumes about how Beau sees the world. Honest, raw, funny, and at times critical, endears Beau to audiences when he talks about expeditionary life amidst the domesticity of home. Past experiences include paddling several thousand kilometers of Africa by Kayak, running 700km across the Australian Alps (Trials of Miles), and recently finding challenge and beauty in the everyday lands between home and work during Man vs Commute.

This podcast also ended in a little challenge for myself, in which i'll be aiming to spend 24hrs solo, no phones, no contact, no people, nothing. I'll keep you posted. 

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October 28, 2017

#21 Sam Keck

Sam Keck, the mogul behind Commonfolk Coffee Company, and one of the nicest humans you will meet. We delve into the badgers upbringing, and how the influence of his parents have shaped who he is today. We discussed the challenges of building a business and the importance of incredible staff and a supportive community. 

This episode is filled with elite insights into success and achievement all whilst enjoying the little things which make life so enjoyable. 

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October 22, 2017

#20 Nick Petrovich

From debilitating chronic health conditions, to trading stocks, to driving supercars at almost 300km/hr, Nick is someone who has experienced the many extremes that life has to offer. 

This incredibly humble and genuine human is one I look up to, and someone who is always there for advice and counsel. His passion for what he does is unquestionable, and undoubtedly the reason he is so successful. 

ENjoy this, i certainly did!

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The tables have been turned, the game has been changed. Not for good, just for a week. 

Jarryd, aka Pulse, aka Moo has stepped into the hosting chair to interview Host Lachlan Wallace. 

We discussed the formation of Virtus, the challenges that come with running a business, being a coach, (now retired) VFL Footballer the importance of support networks, family and mentors. Frankly, we talked about a lot. Due to talking a lot the podcast has been split into two parts. Enjoy part 1. (Part 2 will be released Wednesday)

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The tables have been turned, the game has been changed. Not for good, just for a week. 

Jarryd, aka Pulse, aka Moo has stepped into the hosting chair to interview Host Lachlan Wallace. 

We discussed the formation of Virtus, the challenges that come with running a business, being a coach, (now retired) VFL Footballer the importance of support networks, family and mentors. Frankly, we talked about a lot. Due to talking a lot the podcast has been split into two parts. Enjoy part 1. (Part 2 will be released Wednesday)

Please rate and review and subscribe, this helps us improve our reach. 

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