This week with the loss of wing man Brett Hill, Laurence and Damian explore what is necessary and not necessary. They discuss CLUTTER and openly discuss strategies for clearing clutter in their lives and your life in order to move to the next phase of your journey. A light hearted and honest look at the impact of clutter and how to move through it. You will love this episode.
Kim, Carren and Cyndi decided to talk about why they have become speakers and what it was like starting out. You will not believe that Carren managed to vomit on her audience, that’s just the beginning, her story is hilarious – in hindsight. Cyndi nearly quit speaking after a disastrous mass walk out on one of her talks and Kim’s many faux pas’ will leave you in stitches. It’s a raw look at the beginning of their careers and how they landed themselves in front of 10’s of 1000’s of audiences over the last 20 years.
For years we’ve been told depression is caused by a chemical imbalance in the brain. For years the primary method to treat depression was medication to address this imbalance. After all those years, are we any better off? New research is pointing us in a different direction and looking at this problem through new eyes opens up a whole can of worms with every other disease and condition as well.
Do you carry a constantly burning feeling of anger deep inside you? Do you lash out with no warning, verbally or physically? Or are you someone who’s found themselves side-stepping the angry people in your life, and are wondering how to manage them? In this episode Jane and Rebecca explore the emotion of anger – to to recognise it, manage it and understand the underlying symptoms that cause it to occur.
Following Marcus’s release of the Exceptional Life Blueprint he received a number of comments on how much easier it has become to engage with people on social media and rationalise that we are still being social (even though we know deep down that is not the case). Marcus & Damian discuss just how easy it has become to fall into this trap and exactly what’s required to extricate ourselves out of it. The pair draw on real-life examples demonstrating the health benefits and power of socialising and physical touch.
In this week’s amazing episode of Careers Unplugged, Stu is joined by Melbourne Victory stars Adrian Leijer and Leigh Broxham and interviews Masterchef George Calombaris and Socceroo legend Craig Moore on the topic of career success and investing in skills that open up options in the future.
You can check it out at http://careersunplugged.com/
This weeks guest is officially powered by fat! Yes, that’s right, unashamedly sharing with us the amazing
benefits of ancient foods for a modern generation. Primal Collective are powered by 1000 years of
history and backed by modern science and they are putting traditional foods back into Australian
homes. We’re super excited to be chatting to our major sponsor for Primal Collective Cave Camp and
not just because of all their delicious kitchen goodies! We’re thrilled to be working with a company
whose philosophies and ideals about helping others through improving health align so well with our
mission to share the wellness message. So get ready to talk Roasted Crickets and Primal Fat as we
welcome to the show Leon Wurfel from Primal Collective.
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