In this episode of the You Project, Craig answers listener questions, covering everything from kids lifting weights (yes or no), helping someone ‘find their way’, getting ‘in the zone’, advice he would give 15 year-old him, who he’d love to interview, his greatest achievement, dealing with an overwhelming task, the limited value of willpower, his top 3 health non-negotiables and lots more.
Media personality, elite athlete, Australian representative and now 'Block' competitor, Bianca Chatfield and Craig go deep on all things happiness, purpose, life, professional sport and of course, the behind-the-scenes goss on the this year's instalment of the Block.
In this episode Craig chats with ‘The Bachelor’, Sam Wood about building a business and brand, his time working with Craig (at Harper’s), making and losing money, fatherhood, finding love on national TV and the behind the scenes lunacy of a reality show.
Back by popular demand, Mick Hall. This week on The You Project, one of our most popular guests returns. Alcoholism. Drug addiction. Prison. Father at 17. Violence. Loneliness. Depression. Psychiatric hospitals. Recovery. Hope. Radio host. Business owner. Brand builder. Functional human. It’s been a crazy ride. In this episode, we continue our fascinating conversation from episode 3.
In this Ep. of TYP, Craig gets educated, inspired and mildly confused with Professor Sharon Ricardo (Regenerative Medicine, Monash University), who’s clearly smarter than him. No surprise there. They cover everything from strength training, optimal nutrition and mindset to anti-aging, genetic manipulation, stem cell therapies and growing replacement organs in dishes. Like actual organs! Kidneys, brains… ‘n stuff. Weird.
In the this episode of TYP Craig goes deep with Australia’s best Pro Bodybuilder, humble giant and all-round nice human, Josh Lenartowicz. They cover everything from body dysmorphia, competing in the Mr. Olympia, insecurity, self-doubt and being a giant freak on the streets of Japan (scaring children) to training in a prison gym for three years, building a personal brand, Josh’s off-season basketball head, his love-hate relationship with the Stairmaster and his aspirations to win the Mr. O.
In this Episode of TYP, Craig chats with the larger than life (and larger than most people), Chris Anstey. Such a nice dude. They spoke about being an NBA player, his journey as a professional athlete, living in Russia for three years without speaking the language, coaching, parenting, mindset, performance and life.
This episode is a little different. This week, Craig was interviewed on ‘The Daily Talk Show’ with Tommy and Josh and it was so much fun and there were so many broadly-relevant topics covered that we’ve decided to share it here through our (You Project) platform. Instead of Craig asking the questions, this episode he is in ‘answering’ mode. *Warning: this episode is particularly swear-y. So, it won’t be suitable for everyone.
In this episode of TYP, Craig chats with Keith Ellis and Paul Kirkham, the brains behind supplements powerhouse Max’s. They explore the evolution of the brand over the past 30 years and discuss the challenges faced and lessons learned in developing the organisation from kitchen project to multinational corporation.
On this episode of TYP, Craig chats with Winter Olympian, TV Commentator, Corporate Speaker and Business Women Steph Prem about the career ending accident that nearly killed her. The guys also explore life after elite sport, the stories we tell ourselves, talent vs work ethic and the importance of self-management as a business owner.
In this episode, Craig chats with Journalist, Writer, TV Presenter and Radio Broadcaster Francis Leach about cultures of expectations, job satisfaction, what it means to be successful and Angry White Pyjamas. For three decades, Francis has worked in and around the media, successfully finding a way to merge his career and passions, thereby avoiding 'work'.
On this episode of TYP, Craig talks with TV money man, Jason Cunningham about understanding our relationship with money, having a strategy in life and teaching kids the value of money. They guys explore the psychology behind using cash vs credit card and why the more we make, the more we seem to spend.