Episode 21. Cameron Brown Interview

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Listen in as I chat with International Keynote Speaker · National Geographic Explorer · High Performance Coach · Founder, The Thriving Collective -   Cameron Brown

He loves training companies and high achievers in the areas of Creativity, Innovation and Emotional Intelligence. In his keynotes, he blends these topics on stage while performing on a grand piano, along with footage from his adventures around the world into a multi-sensory experience..

In May 2018, he'll be delivering a TEDx talk in Rome in front of 2,000 people at Italy's largest TEDx event. Incorprating a grand piano on stage and doing something that has never been done before 

He is also I'm officially partnered with National Geographic as an Explorer.

His  recent initiative 'The Impact Diaries' took him to 10 different countries in 18 months, resulting in speaking, coaching & training engagements across 4 continents, more than 1 million organic video views and media interviews in multiple countries. 

You can find Cameron at www.thrivingcollective.com

On Linkedin:  www.linkedin.com/in/askcameronbrown/

Facebook - Ask Cameron Brown. 


Episode 19. Jaemin Coaching Sonya

A 30 minute coaching conversation using the frameworks and tools from my book "Elegantly simple solutions to complex people problems."

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be the parent of an international sports star? Listen in as I have a coaching conversation with Sonya, the mother of Australian MotoGP rider Jack Miller. Hear her talk through the pressures and anxiety of watching him perform on the global stage and how that relates to her own insecurities. 

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Episode 17. Lucy Holmes interview


Lucy Holmes is one of Australia’s hardest working performers and most versatile media personalities. Coming from a musical background and a degree in Music Theatre (Singing, Acting and Dancing), Lucy has worked as a television host, Radio host, professional singer, actress, recording artist, voiceover artist, MC and model.

Lucy has been heard on 89.9 Light FM in Melbourne over the last 10 years every morning from 6am as part of the award winning Lucy and Kel breakfast show. 89.9LightFM has an audience of over one million listeners, and Lucy and Kel's breakfast show recently won the coveted CMAA 'Most Engaging Radio Show' of the year, two years running.

She is also the star behind Australia’s most successful corporate act and tribute show, 100% Kylie, with the real Kylie Minogue calling the show ‘the best act’ in the world. This large scale stage show has toured the world full-time for over 14 years, selling out shows in over 16 countries to great acclaim. Lucy even appeared as Kylie's double for a Magnum Icecream advert filmed in London in 2014. Lucy also is set to star, as Kylie, in the biggest TV show of the year in the UK, Even Better Than The Real Thing, which will air to around 15 million people.

In recent years, Lucy has hosted TV Shows (Ch9 The Mint), appeared in TV series (ABC Paper Giants 2 & Prank Patrol), and been the face of informercials on The Morning Show. She has also performed as lead vocalist on many TV shows including Dancing With The Stars, The Logies, Carols By Candlelight, Good Morning Australia, the AFL Grand Final and The Good Friday Appeal. Lucy has appeared on numerous adverts, and can be seen on TV at the moment with her 2 year old daughter as the face of A2 Toddler Milk. Lucy has performed backing vocals for many industry greats, including Westlife, Florence and The Machine, Delta Goodrem, Dami Im, UK star James Morrison, and more. She was watched by over 80 Million viewers around the world when she performed with Guy Sebastian at the Australian Open Mens Tennis Finals.

Episode 15. Laura Bartlett interview

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Listen in as I chat with award winning Editor in chief  of House of Coco magazine - Laura Bartlett as she shares about her journey about overcoming setbacks and failures to become one of the most exciting and successful young entrepreneurs in the world today.  

Laura Bartlett as been a #girlboss since the age of 19 when she launched her first company. She started this with zero investment and has since gone on to achieve worldwide recognition.

Her company is a magazine that has evolved from focussing solely on fashion to now being all about global travel. Laura sought investment help from the TV show the Dragons Den, only to be ridiculed and shot down in front of millions of viewers. As crushing as that was, Laura went on to secure advertisers on her own and soon launched the magazine in 16 countries where it sold out world wide. 

Due to a failed partnership with a leading fashion event, the magazine had to close in 2013. After a few months away from the industry, Laura decided to launch a new title - House of Coco Magazine which was more in line with her true passions. 

Three years on, she now has a team of over 30 people working with her to produce content for the magazine which is sold in exclusive London stores Harrods, WHSmith and Selfridges. The magazine is also sold on newsstand.co.uk and is the third largest seller out of 4000 titles worldwide. 

Episode 13. Anna Doecke interview

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Anna Doecke: Director, Counsellor, Workshop Facilitator, Speaker

With over 10 years’ experience working with people, Anna suffered compassion fatigue/burnout. At this point she discovered that there’s more to life than constantly going, going, going and giving into the pressures of life, feeling like she had no power or control over her own life. Through her own personal counselling journey and the work of Dr Brené Brown, Anna discovered who she truly is and gained the confidence to share that person with the world. Anna now has a Counselling and Personal Development business helping individuals and groups to be more authentic and courageous in their life. Using Self-Care concepts and the research of Brené Brown she’s choosing courage, vulnerability and living life to the fullest.

You can find Anna at https://www.journeez.com.au

The books mentioned in todays show were:

‘The Gifts of Imperfection’ by Dr Brené Brown. 

‘Renewed’ by Lucille Zimmerman

‘Play: How it Shapes the Brain, Opens the Imagination, and Invigorates the Soul’ by Dr Stuart Brown



Episode 10. Michael Zampogna interview

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Michael is a High School Science and Physics teacher in Goulburn, NSW.

Over the last decade, he has helped thousands of students navigate their early academic aspirations and build confidence in their ability to use knowledge to achieve their dreams.

Michael has devoted his life to the sciences working in diverse technical fields of biotech and electronics. From the prawn farms of Oahu, to the high-tech offices of Silicon Valley, he is right at home in any Science laboratory.

He earned his Bachelor of Science from the University of Maryland and his Diploma of Education from Southern Cross University.

Michael is currently developing the application, ‘JetScholar.com’ to aid student growth using the ‘mastermind principle’ to promote accountability and feedback for their academic pursuits. His upcoming book ‘Inspire’ linked to the JetScholar program is expected to be available in winter 2018

When he isn’t writing lesson plans or planning science experiments, Michael can be found riding his bicycle wherever pavement can be found.

Michael can be found on:

Instagram – mrzampogna

Twitter - @MichaelZampogna

Email – mrz@jetscholar.com


For more information about the levels of emotion mentioned in the interview, check out this link.


Episode 7. Interview with Greg Bellingham

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Greg is a change management consultant who specialises in Helping leaders and professionals with complex change challenges. 

We've been friends for over 15 years and in that time he has been the catalyst for more growth and change in my life that any other other person. 

It was a real treat to interview him over a cup of coffee and hear his thoughts on overcoming insecurity. 

"The person with no insecurity is incredibly dangerous" 

This one quote from the interview has been stuck in my head for days. 

Listen in as Greg Talks through Carl Jung's philosophy of the 3 selfs. 


For reference, the book Greg recommend is:

"Immortal Diamond - Searching for our true self."  By Richard Rohr.

Episode 6. 10 minute Tuesday - Validators

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We all want to feel significant and worth while, yet often the people who we put in charge of validating us don't do a great job. The thing is though, even when they do well in this role, it still doesn't make us feel whole. 
The key is to remove this role from anyone external and take 100% responsibility for being your own validator. 
Check out todays show to find out how. 

Episode 5. Interview with John Drury

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Hear John talk through his painful journey of self discovery and growth. 
He shares openly about the process of overcoming his own insecurity and how he became the man he is today. 

About John Drury

John is the author of 'Integrate - Why Work Life Balance is a Myth and what you really need to create a fulfilling lifestyle.' http://johndrury.biz/author-3/

John’s painful personal experience with burnout while in a Senior Leadership role, and his subsequent recovery, led him to start  his own consulting business in 2010, with a clear focus to mentor high achievers (business owners and corporate executives) to a more holistic view of self-leadership.

John has developed a practical, relevant methodology that enables high achievers to pursue audacious goals without neglecting all that is precious in their world. This process enables the integration of all the elements of life into a clear and workable plan that brings clarity and peace of mind.

John Drury is a powerful Presenter, Trainer, Facilitator and Mentor. He splits his time between working with business leaders as an Executive Coach/Mentor, Facilitating Strategic Planning and Healthy Culture Processes for companies, and running Leadership and Team Training for a range of companies.