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Turns out Tom Noske is kind-of a big deal. Well, he's definitely on the way. Let's go with, big-ish. He's a content creator, commercial filmmaker, endurance athlete, storyteller, entrepreneur, and inspiration for over half a million online followers. He's also a good bloke and I loved meeting him. Among other things, we spoke about problem-solving (one of life's most important skills), creating a brand and online presence, understand the mind and needs of a customer, the psychology of spending and perceived value, navigating life with dyslexia, how he earned over $250,000(AU) last month, training for an Ironman, being hyper-focused, being authentic in a sea of fakes and pretenders, building confidence and competence, and much more.

Enjoy. You'll love him.

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Turns out Tom Noske is kind-of a big deal. Well, he's definitely on the way. Let's go with, big-ish. He's a content creator, commercial filmmaker, endurance athlete, storyteller, entrepreneur, and inspiration for over half a million online followers. He's also a good bloke and I loved meeting him. Among other things, we spoke about problem-solving (one of life's most important skills), creating a brand and online presence, understand the mind and needs of a customer, the psychology of spending and perceived value, navigating life with dyslexia, how he earned over $250,000(AU) last month, training for an Ironman, being hyper-focused, being authentic in a sea of fakes and pretenders, building confidence and competence, and much more.

Enjoy. You'll love him.

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Julie Mathers is funny, super smart, down to earth, purpose-driven and although it sounds totally cliche, inspirational. It's rare that I chat with someone l've never met and instantly, it feels like we've been friends for years. Julie has that skill, that personality, that emotional intelligence and that genuine drive to connect with others. Apart from the fact that she is a highly successful and award-winning entrepreneur (she owns Flora and Fauna, Snuggle Hunny and Nourish Life), she's also a mum (of two), a wife (of one) and the lowest maintenance podcast guest of all time. Enjoy.
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A full circle moment for me... The E-Myth was the first business book I ever read and it taught me about the concept of working 'on' my business and not just 'in' it. For me, it was enlightening, inspiring and transformational. And all these years later, I had the pleasure of chatting with the man who inspired me, Michael Gerber. I seriously love my job. Enjoy.
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In seven years of podcasting and twenty years of radio, this conversation is in my all-time top ten. Justin Wren is a both a cage fighter and freedom fighter, who has fought on the world-stage in the UFC and in the jungles of the Congo, championing the cause of one of the most marginalised groups of people in thew world; the Mbuti Pygmies. Justin's personal story (as an elite athlete battling all kinds of problems) and the story of his mission and purpose to liberate, empower and love the Mbuti, is both inspiring and confronting. Enjoy. *Warning: parts of this conversation might be confronting for some.
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Sam Tait is a self-confessed adrenaline junkie who broke his back (T11 vertebrae) riding his motorbike at twenty-two, leaving him a paraplegic. Naturally, he went from there to racing (as a sit-skier) down mountains at terrifying speeds all over the world. Sam is a combination of craziness (the good kind), inspiration, wisdom and fun. Enjoy.
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Sasha DiGiulian is one of the best professional rock climbers on the Planet. She's a world champion, three-time US National Champion, Corporate Speaker, Author, Entrepreneur and to be honest, I found her to be fascinating, inspirational, wildly-courageous and super intelligent. Among other things, we talked about managing fear, pain, uncertainty, risk, vulnerability and potential. Enjoy.
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I had this chat with Johnnie Ruffo a while back but it’s still one of my all-time favourite TYP episodes. He is courageous, funny, talented and incredibly inspirational. Enjoy.
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Damien Rider, carried the burden of his childhood memories, plagued by daily torment that persisted even into his adult years. These painful recollections triggered debilitating flashbacks, fueling self-destructive patterns. Frustrated by unsuccessful attempts with various psychologists, Damien made a life-altering decision to embark on a personal journey of healing, confronting his inner demons head-on and seeking the answers he desperately needed. This pivotal moment marked the beginning of a remarkable chapter in Damien's life. He embarked on an extraordinary solo and unassisted 800km paddleboard adventure, spanning from Gold Coast to Bondi. This transformative experience fueled his passion to support others who have endured trauma, abuse, or faced daily challenges. By subjecting himself to extreme endurance events, he deliberately embraced physical and mental pain, aiming to comprehend its depths and forge a path to overcome it. Through these ventures, Damien found a powerful platform to spread his message to the world, becoming a beacon of inspiration with his exceptional achievements. Enjoy.
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When Kate Swaffer was diagnosed with 'Younger Onset Dementia' at 49, the advice given to her by the health sector was to go home and die. She was told directly "get your end-of-life affairs in order" and that at best, she had 8-10 years to live. Well, she's now 65 and seems just fine to me. Not only is she defying the odds, her continued health and ability to function (despite her cognitive and neurological issues) has really been inconvenient and annoying for some. I found Kate to be inspiring, insightful and extremely resourceful and creative. You'll love her.
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Tom Nash is inappropriate, funny, clever, atypical, creative and although he would hate me saying it, courageous. It's one thing to survive a life-threatening illness, it's another to thrive and mesmerise audiences around the world as a Keynote Speaker, DJ, and quadruple amputee like it's nobody's business. This is much more than an ‘inspirational chat' (in fact, it's not really that at all); it's a funny, interesting and stimulating conversation with a bloke who lost his limbs and just got on with life. Enjoy.
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It's official.. I’m in love. Sure, she's a 102. Sure, she lives on the other side of the world and sure, she has zero interest in me but nonetheless, I love her. And so will you. Dr Gladys McGarey was born in 1920 and began her medical practice at a time when women couldn't even have their own bank account. This is one of my all-time favourite episodes and it was a complete privilege to meet and chat with Dr. Gladys.
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