Featuring Greg Collier
Greg Collier is an experienced people leader, business manager, facilitator, coach, MC, narrator and consultant. He has a passion for unleashing the potential of people and cascading that through organisations and communities!
In this episode, Greg talks us through how having the courage and authenticity to have difficult conversations, is they key to creating dramatic change in our relationships for the better.
Greg takes us on a journey, and shares insights into how challenging the status quo can be the catalyst to seeing the change you want in both the workplace and in your personal relationships. Greg encourages authentic expression, and tells us the benefits of not only speaking up, but how allowing the space for others to do the same can alter our entire relationship experience.
Greg is a great story teller with vast corporate experience and his goal is to gently guide his audience toward transformational and practical insights.
If you are someone who wishes they had the ability to be more courageous in sharing their ideas in the work place, or you are someone who hates confrontation, this is a must listen!
If you want to get in touch with Greg, you can do so over LinkedIn
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 Dr. Sarah Sarkis
nDr. Sarah Sarkis is a psychologist, writer, and performance consultant with a private practice in Honolulu, Hawaii. Her integrated approach is big on science, low on bullshit, empowering her clients to achieve long term change and growth through an eclectic blend of psychology, neurobiology, and functional medicine. During this epic episode Sarah not only shares her personal journey into the world of psychology via her interest in forensic psychology which saw her working with incarcerated criminals.
She shares how she approaches her Doctor patient relationship then we move on to juicy conversations around neurobiology, leadership, making sense of the world through our own unique patterning, and how we can rewrite the stories that our meaning making machine creates. She also provides insights into what happens when we want someone else to change… but they just aren’t changing! Definitely worth hanging in to the end for this one!
Sarah’s blog, The Padded Room, is your virtual safe space to help you manage the jarring realities of life. There, you’ll find a soft landing for life’s harshest truths. I encourage you to check it out at drsarahsarkis.com.
Featuring Georgia Ellis, Steve Brophy, Elizabeth Jackson & Matt Morrison
It is estimated that in the USA alone, humans are spending up to $4 TRILLION (USD) a year altering their consciousness. In this episode Steve Brophy and I share what makes up the Altered States Economy (ASE) and we encourage you to consider how much you are contributing to this economy in an effort to shift your inner state.
Thank you to Elizabeth Jackson, Joy FM and the #gotmoney podcast team for graciously allowing us to re-purpose the show! You can catch other #gotmoney podcast episodes here
Calculate how much you contribute to the ASE here. Courtesy of our mentors Jamie Wheal & Steven Kotler (Authors of Stealing Fire)
Featuring: Rob Gronbeck (The Brain Room)
If you are experiencing overwhelm, chronic stress, working with complexity or running on empty this is one episode you want to wrap your ears around!
Rob is an applied neuroscientist-practitioner who coaches athletes, students and professionals to higher levels of cognitive and emotional intelligence and function. He has personally worked with athletes who have gone on to become Australian Champions, International Representatives, World Championship medalists, and much more.
He is widely sought out by organisations to share his knowledge on how to train the brain for greater focus, composure and flow using cognitive training, neuro-biofeedback and brain stimulation devices.
During our conversation we discuss:
Georgia Ellis is a Law abiding, Rule breaking, Fear conquering, Future Creating and a Super Curious Human Being - Yep that's me!