Ft. Maurice Schill
Do you have room for more appreciation in your life? Do you ever find yourself caught up in routine that you never stop to smell the roses? If so, this is the episode for you!
Maurice is the Founder and CEO of JuJu App, a platform to bring his mission to create positive workplace cultures to life, through the power of appreciation. Maurice's journey into appreciation began when his younger brother Julien started giving him JuJu points, as a way to thank him. Along the way, he realised the power of appreciation to create great relationships, and productive teams.
Maurice takes us through the importance of daily appreciation and how it can significantly transform your life and relationships. Just like a muscle, a daily practice of gratitude and appreciation can help you see all the blessings in your life and help to build powerful teams! By strengthening our practice of appreciation, we are able to see the positive in the difficult times, and even difficult people.
In this episode Maurice teaches us how simple acts of appreciation can bring more joy, happiness and give us an ultimately more fulfilled life!
If you want to get in touch with Maurice head over to the JuJu website at www.jujuapp.io or connect with Maurice on LinkedIn or Facebook at Maurice Schill
Ft. Rachel Barbanel-Fried
Rachel is a Clinical Psychologist and Optimal Performance Consultant. She has a holistic approach to understanding how people operate within their worlds. She is also an experienced Yoga Teacher and is certified to teach Mindfulness – Based Stress Reduction.
In a demanding world of the hustle and bustle of life, Rachel talks us through why it is so important that we stop to find our calm. With so much to do, Rachel breaks down key concepts that we can include in our everyday lives, that will make a significant difference in how we show up. Rachel helps us to understand how we are biologically wired, and how we can find our calm in a world that demands so much from us. From focusing on the breath, right down to what we are eating, Rachel helps us to grasp the simplicity in creating even just an ounce of tranquillity throughout our days.
If you are finding yourself feeling exhausted, stressed or depleted just by keeping up with your basic demands of life this is a must listen!
Rachel has a wealth of knowledge and uses history and present situations to create a powerful path towards success for individuals from all walks of life.
If you would like to get in touch with Rachel head to her website at www.drrbf.com/
or follow her on Instagram @doctorrbf for some great content.
Ft. Benny Wallington
Benny Wallington is the Founder of 101 Tokens, a global smart drinking movement that guides thousands of people in 76 different countries around the world to redefine their relationship with alcohol. He is a champion of collaboration and innovation and has worked in Advertising, Technology, Banking and Start-Up sectors.
In this podcast, Benny walks us through how we can turn our biggest vices into some of our most well practiced virtues. Benny takes us on a journey and tells us how he went from drinking most days, into creating a mindful movement with alcohol for not just himself, but thousands of other people. Benny discovered that the process he used to redefine his relationship with alcohol can be used with all vices, and shows us that it is not about working against them, but rather finding ways for them to serve you!
If you have tried to quit some of your most tempting habits only to fail, this podcast will show how you can use “Vice Optimisation” for peak performance, and go from struggling to thriving in just a few short steps.
If you want to get in touch with Benny you can email him at email@example.com or visit his website at www.bennywallington.com
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: Chris Koch
Imagine planning out your day, fully expecting to be home for dinner only to end up in a jail cell with a stranger. Having found yourself convicted of a crime.
My guest on this episode doesn’t have to imagine that situation, as it’s exactly what happened to him. Chris was used to the high life, rubbing shoulders with US presidents, CIA operatives and the wealthy. He earned large sums of money doing what came naturally to him as one of Australia’s top 5 speakers. His success as a professional speaker allowed him to live the high life, fancy restaurants, beautiful homes, first class travel and accommodation wherever he went. But that all changed in June 2010.
During this episode I chat with Chris about his experience in prison, he shares incredible insights on how you can build resilience in your own life along with ideas on how to build trusting relationships. We also discuss the “disease of greed” that inflicted him and continues to plague society as people continue risk everything in the search for unimaginable riches. Chris shares how he survived for seven and a half years in several high security prisons by using the same motivational skills and relationship building capabilities that had placed him at the highest level in the professional speaking industry. Chris’s encounters in prison are both inspirational and saddening yet you will notice how he was always able to look on the optimistic side of the challenges that arose, taking the “hit” as a “gift”.
Chris can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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