Featuring: Damon Valentino
Have you ever found yourself feeling as though there has to be more to life?
On a surface level you may have everything you had hoped for, however on a deep level you are lacking a sense of true purpose and meaning.
Rewind back to 2017 and Damon Valentino found himself just here. Being a successful coach, Founder of Side Street Performance Coaching, Co- Founder of Morrow, and running programs across the world to better peoples lives, Damon found himself feeling confused that he had all he ever wanted, but was lacking true fulfilment.
Damon made small changes that didn’t seem to work, and it was then that he knew it would take radical action to change life as he knew it.
Damon walks us through his journey from what seemed like having it all, to selling all his belongings and travelling across the globe with his family where he immersed himself in the magic wonders of the world.
Damon speaks about how you can find meaning in even the most unexpected places, and how it is not about the things you have, but rather the moments you get to experience and share on this earth.
If you are craving more fulfilment in your life, Damon breaks down what it took for him to take bold action, how he packed up his life, and what he discovered in between. Damon’s advice will encourage you to lead with your heart, and show you how being courageous can change your life!
You can find more about Damon via the below links:
Featuring: Tenille Gilbert
Tenille is Co-Founder and Chief Operations Officer at Society Melbourne, the umbrella brand for numerous social enterprises working to create sustainable pathways out of homelessness for young people in Australia.
During our chat you will come to see that Tenille is a passionate advocate for young people, believing in the ability to unleash their potential. I was thrilled to speak with Tenille so we could dismiss the idea that millennials are a ‘snowflake’ generation.
This is an inspiring chat on so many levels! Tune in as Tenille shares her insights on the unique world of social enterprise, the sacrifices the younger generations are willing to make and their belief that if there is a problem then “we CAN do something about it”. Tenille is a great example of how the younger generations don’t wait for the system to create change, they make an impact and live on purpose each day, and we can learn so much from them, if only we stopped to take notice of the wave of positive change they are creating each day in small ways.
Thank you Tenille!
You can learn more about Society Melbourne's initiatives here: http://society.melbourne/
Featuring: Shawn Callahan.
Shawn is the author of the award-winning *Putting Stories to Work* and the Founder at Anecdote, the world’s largest business storytelling enterprise. And boy do we have some tips and tools for you to help you change organisational culture, grow your business and sell your ideas through stories.
Our chat is sprinkled with gold nuggets that you’ll want a notepad and pen by your side as you listen. We discuss things like…
Shawn shares a number of stories (of course he did) on how a tiny story lead to an organisation wide cultural change and how his own daughters story became an anecdote for the positive effects of failure.
Shawn is based in Melbourne, Australia and can be contacted at www.anecdote.com.
His LinkedIn is au.linkedin.com/in/shawncallahan
And you can top up your story bank by tuning into his podcast https://www.anecdote.com/podcasts/
Georgia Ellis is a Law abiding, Rule breaking, Fear conquering, Future Creating and a Super Curious Human Being - Yep that's me!