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Join Ash Rao as she explores what it takes to live a passionate purposeful life. Podcast will showcase experts ranging from creative entrepreneurs, artists, authors and change makers who are making a difference in this world in their own way. Host will dig deep into guest interviews and their journey from passion to profession and ultimately finding life purpose. Show will have expert advice, life stories, success habits and routines along with fun facts like favorite book, quote and so on t ...
 
Plan B Success is a podcast where Rajeev Mudumba shares intriguing and thought-provoking business and personal growth content and interviews inspiring Entrepreneurs and Professionals who have found success through a change, a pivot from what they were doing initially. The show is full of value nuggets for entrepreneurs, professionals, students and you! Are you geared up to learn and absorb from the BEST in the business and apply to achieve success in your own life? Its Rajeev's mission is to ...
 
🤔💭Have you ever really thought about why do we work? No, REALLY why do humans work? 🚶🏻‍♂️We spend most of our lives working but do we really know why we do what we do? 🎙🐢On this podcast, Emery talks to these crazy amazing humans who loves their work and embrace the awkwardness in starting something for themselves. ❤️‍🔥If you want to fall in love with what you do, no matter what it is, well, this is going to be THE podcast for you!
 
Welcome to “Digital Explained to my mom”. The podcast that cuts through the marketing wahwah My name is Sultan Semlali. I’m a business consultant passionate about marketing and technology. A couple of months ago, I had a hard time explaining to my mom what I was doing in my day job. I struggled so much that she politely said: “ hmmm interesting” Talking about that experience with friends and colleagues, I realised that I was not alone. This is why, I have decided to go on a quest. Find the m ...
 
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Andrea Perry-Petersen - Innovator and Lawyer

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Welcome to Reimagining Justice - a global podcast for the change makers in law and the first Australian-based podcast shining a light on issues at the intersection of law, social justice and innovation. Join Andrea Perry-Petersen, an Australian lawyer and social justice advocate, as she interviews guests from around the world who have discovered and implemented innovative ways to update the legal profession while improving people’s experience of the law. Andrea brings a unique perspective on ...
 
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Latifu Laoye & Sam Beeson

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The Tab marks the debut of a monthly podcast series hosted by the co-founders of LSB Studios, Latifu Laoye and Sam Beeson. The podcast will feature a selection of creative guests, made up of photographers, directors, musicians, writers and many more. They will be discussing their experiences and journeys so far, whilst digging deeper into the meaning of what it means to be creative in todays industries. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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Joanna Pohorski is a certified business/ life coach and real estate investor. With 20 years of business management experience, she set out to help business owners to achieve their business and life goals faster and better. Joanna has a degree in applied linguistics and a certification in project management. A multilingual, she has traveled the worl…
 
With rising costs of living, steadily increasing debt, and stagnant wages, middle class Americans may find themselves living paycheck to paycheck. But is there even a Black middle class? Imari Smith, a doctoral student in Duke University’s Joint Program in Sociology and Public Policy, argues that the Black middle class is a “subaltern middle class”…
 
Luck and hard work, both have an impact on your life. While hard work may not guarantee you phenomenal success, its lack does lead to failure. When you put your best efforts in, you do unlock your achievements. Try just timing your luck and you are not guaranteed anything. The actions you take ensure your results. While lame luck can have a play, d…
 
Ashley Feraude in conversation with Felicity Packard a television screenwriter with a broad range of achievements. These include ANZAC Girls, Pine Gap, Janet King, Sea Patrol, The Strip, MDA, G.P and others. Felicity discusses the thrill of screenwriting, the magic of television production as a team, the raise of her career in a challenging but exc…
 
Stress and Worry are debilitating factors on your path to productivity. Yet, when controlled, they can accelerate your success. Recognize your stressors and learn to control them than be in their control. It may be impossible to reduce your stress unless you recognize what's causing them. Yet, you may only partially manage their impact. Learn to li…
 
Elizabeth Dodson, named as Number One Female Founder in FinTech worldwide by Quesnay (in 2019), is the Co-Founder of HomeZada, software that helps homeowners save time and money managing their property. Her goal is to help reduce the 33% annual income that is spent on your home by 10%. She has 20 years of technology experience on B2B/ B2C platforms…
 
Long ago, before we started turning spare bedrooms or breakfast tables into makeshift offices, remote work had begun. But, it wasn't accepted much, since we were still attuned to looking over the shoulder of our employees, a habit from the industrial era. Then the pandemic hit and remote work became our reality out of necessity. We learned to trust…
 
Every year women perform thousands of hours and trillions of dollars of unpaid work. You’ve likely heard of the invisible daily household work women perform, but what about unpaid community activism performed by Black and Brown women? Dr. Nina Banks, an associate professor of economics at Bucknell University, argues that this collective activism pl…
 
They say you're more likely to succeed when you focus on others' problems and help them find solutions than your own. How true is that? As you help others, you get helped in the process. Whatever your personal goals are, no matter how much you focus on them, you'll always come short. But, focus on helping another, and in the process, you'll find yo…
 
We can all agree that the current school system is great for pumping out workers, but do we also agree that a linear school system may not be enough for today’s world? One of the key messages of this pod is to inspire humans to really think what it is they want, and this week we have a Brain Coach explaining why that is paramount. Follow GUEST on: …
 
How often have you found yourself with little patience and getting upset over small things? What was the root cause? Were these challenging times for you? Were you under stress? And, when you did come out of it, did you regret your behavior? Anger and frustration are complex human emotions that find their roots in stress, disappointment, failure, a…
 
Everyone is interested in succeeding, and much of that lies in the future. How do you accurately predict that future today so you are better prepared when it arrives? The answer lies partly in our past and the themes of evolution as well. You can look ahead by visiting the past to get clues of what worked and what didn't. Also, there is the possibi…
 
In episode no. 68 my guest is serial public sector transformer, Pia Andrews. We discuss: how her pursuit of “truth” led her to the open-source movement and working in policy development; how technological tools relate to our quality of life; ‘open source’ – its philosophy and implementation and the idea of “clever hacks”; how ‘rules as code’ addres…
 
Ivan Wanis Ruiz, a communications expert originally trained in facilitation at the Ministry of Attorney General in British Columbia. He later became an Advanced Toastmaster Gold and a Certified Trainer for the Dale Carnegie Business Group. A trained actor, he has been featured in films like Rise of the Planet of the Apes and guest-starred on TV sho…
 
This is a Holiday Special episode sponsored by "Magic Mind " where host Ash shares 6 best lessons learnt from guests on the show ! Episode Highlights! 1.37 - Lesson#1 on Fear Feel The Fear and Do It AnyWay Ash narrates her own experience of facing fear of public speaking by quoting examples of her book launch conference in London where she was invi…
 
Many employers require their employees to follow workplace dress codes. Employers can regulate employees’ clothing, makeup, hairstyles, nails, and more. Your employer might even be able to regulate your weight. Although the line between discriminatory and simply burdensome may seem blurry, today, Professor Stacy Hawkins, Vice Dean and Professor of …
 
Ashley Feraude in conversation with Phillip Jones, who is best known for his work as the connoisseur of all things Gin - The Martini Whisperer. Phillip has always balanced a corporate career in comms and consulting, and being a long-term judge of the Tourism Awards, with creative side projects such as Schmooze (Canberra's professional networking gr…
 
Bill Sanders is CEO of Mobus Creative Negotiating, a firm founded by the late Frank Mobus. Mobus's nationally recognized experts provide corporate training, coaching, and consulting to Fortune 500 companies. Prior to that, Mobus and Sanders played central roles at Karrass, the twentieth-century gold standard for negotiation training. He also consul…
 
After spending over a year working from home, returning to the office and readjusting to your company dress code can be challenging. Today, Doreen Pierre, a Brooklyn based fashion writer, visual content creator, and events producer chats about how restrictive dress codes inhibit us from bringing our true Selves to work. Doreen’s work centers people…
 
Originally from Hong Kong, Leila was adopted and relocated to the UK when she was 6. That was the first time she felt different to those around her. Her lived experienced and dyslexia meant she saw the world with a different lens to most people. She found her passion in diversity through work and subsequently founded DIAL Global! Follow GUEST on: L…
 
The pursuit of happiness is a lifelong enterprise for many. The goal is elusive. You can plan and work on executing for its attainment, yet may face several challenges along the way. While most see it as an end to external factors, it is as much intrinsic too. Where does your happiness lie and what's the problem with it? Let's find out!…
 
When you ask yourself as to what makes you happy, you reflect back on experiences, possessions, or relationships that you cherish. Well, truly speaking happiness is a neurochemical experience. There are neurotransmitters that create the sensation associated with happiness. Not to burst your bubble, but this means you're in control of your own happi…
 
Tracy Lamourie, Owner of Lamourie PR has been providing professional PR services for more than 20 years. She focuses on working with ethical businesses, progressive politicians, media personalities, public speakers, and social justice groups, and other interesting people! Smart, edgy, focused, savvy, and skilled — Tracy is passionate about helping …
 
Are you guilty of performative allyship? Today’s guest, Dr. Maxine Davis, a scholar, activist, and author, breaks down the pitfalls of performative allyship and how even well-meaning professionals can perpetuate oppression and social harms in the workplace. In early 2021, Dr. Davis authored an article in Nature Human Behavior, Anti-black practices …
 
Everyone advises us to be authentic, to just be ourselves. But, is that the case at all times, whether at work or play? Research shows that when you show up as you truly are, you tend to be more productive and happy. But, being yourself also means being honest with one another, which can sometimes rub people the wrong way. And, is that professional…
 
In episode no. 67 I speak with Kate Briscoe, of LegalBeagles. The discussion covers: how Kate’s inability to get a job played a part in starting LegalBeagles; how LegalBeagles works today; the large numbers of threads and visitors to the site; the emerging areas of law covered by LegalBeagles; who the volunteers are, what training they undertake to…
 
Ashley Feraude in conversation with Kan Nathan, an artist who uses two projects to influence people's perception of social and cultural issues. He is behind the mega-successful and playful Instagram project Legojacker and the people-focused Instagram series called The Embassy of Kindness. Kan speaks candidly about where this drive to create comes f…
 
A South Korean immigrant, Victoria Wieck secured an education and went to work for an LA-based jewelry manufacturing business. Soon, her talents led her to start her own jewelry business in 1989. Over the next 3 decades, it flourished led her to have her own show on Shop HQ. Having traveled the world, she wrote about her travel experiences and rece…
 
Far too often, we operate in workplaces where women of color leaders are lacking. However, that’s not because women of color lack leadership skills. Nor is it because of a lack of interest. Break Concrete is kicking off Season 4 with Dr. Marlette Jackson, a scholar, diversity and inclusion consultant, and co-author of the Harvard Business Review ar…
 
Ideas are many, and those that make the way to being realized are few. The excuses that can get in the way of an idea finding its path of fruition are also many. Yet, entrepreneurship is the lifeline of businesses and economies around us. It's time to take stock of your skills and talents and look toward the unconventional path of entrepreneurship.…
 
Everyone says they want to be travel blogger. But it’s so much more than just taking candid photos with a pretty background. They are storytellers, writers, photographers all rolled into one. Bella started as as Admin on the BBC, made her own luck and became a documentary producer/director and here she is sharing how she learned to be a travel blog…
 
In a world of average Joe's, you may be the kind who wants to set yourself apart. And, its small changes that can make a big difference for you. You can be more kind, committed, creative and have the courage to follow through. Focusing on these can help propel you to be a better person, in differentiating yourself from the rest, and creating a spac…
 
Like any average Joe, you may love your life or hate it and perhaps, are afraid of several things in the ever-changing world we live in. You may perhaps, like the comfort zone you are in, yet yearn to take risks and come out successful. Or, you may be altogether blissful with where you are or what you've done so far. And, there is no right or wrong…
 
Felix Velarde is the co-founder, CEO and Chairman of 2Y3X, a two-year global growth accelerator for companies that have plateaued and are ready to scale up. Felix is passionate about catalyzing positive growth, profitability and impact for businesses, and grants access to his expert insights for much wider audiences through his book, Scale at Speed…
 
In episode no. 66, I speak with Sonja Ebron, founder of Courtroom5. The discussion covers: Sonja’s personal experience as a litigant and how that relates to her work today; The types of matters Courtroom5 is best (and not!) suited to, who and how it assists; How the patterns in the law support AI, and how that fast-tracks self-represented litigants…
 
Ashley Feraude in conversation with Sophie Richardson, a recent Law Graduate who supports social justice during the day through her ACT Government role and performers DJ sets at night under the name Waxlily. Sophie has a really strong belief in the value of communities, which is evident in her passionate approach to professional work and her involv…
 
Joe Lucey is a Certified Financial Planner, and radio personality with more than twenty years of experience, who now shares invaluable strategic tax and retirement planning secrets typically reserved for the top 1% in his new book, New Tax Secrets. With the global pandemic ravaging economies, everyday Americans have questions about how current fact…
 
Learning and Agility are two skills that can hold you in good stead throughout your life. Learning agility allows you to learn and solution along the way, as you tackle challenges. Experience plays a key role from which you learn. Further, you can apply this in unrelated situations to resolve as well. Learning agility can be taught and learned at a…
 
Really, how important is a degree? Jonaed Lqbal | Founder & CEO, NoDegree.com #23 They say that Education is the key to success. So des your Bachelor Degree determine how successful you will be? Does not having a degree mean you will not be successful at all? For me going to school means more than just learning academically, it also means to learn …
 
What are your chances of success? What's your definition of it? What do you need to do to succeed? While many believe that success is subjective and varies in interpretation from one person to another, there are certain traits that are common to accomplishing it. What do you need to possess or develop in order to succeed? Let's tune in to find out!…
 
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