YBUC52 – 31 Days to Biztopia – Day 9: Make a Difference — Crowdfunding magic with Khierstyn Ross

YBUC52 - 31 Days to Biztopia - Day 9: Make a Difference — Crowdfunding magic with Khierstyn Ross

There are simple things anyone can do to make a difference and as a business owner, you don’t need a lot of money or even time. Just look for the small opportunities to give and pay it forward all around you. In today’s episode, Khierstyn Ross and I talk about making a difference through crowdfunding. […]

YBUC51 – 31 Days to Biztopia – Day 8: Make Genuine Connections, feat. Jock Fairweather

make genuine connections

Connecting with others in the business world can be daunting, especially if you’re an introvert. Today’s guest is one of the most adept connectors of people I know. Ironically his last name is Fairweather, but I would never consider Jock a fairweather friend. Jock shares how making genuine connections has been the bedrock of his […]

YBUC50 – 31 Days to Biztopia – Day 7: Be Your Own Best Friend, feat. Ann Peck

be kind to yourself

Do you view yourself the way your friends do? When someone gives you a compliment, do you immediately think of some reason why it doesn’t apply to you, or do you say “thank you!” with a big smile on your face. Today, Ann Peck and I unravel why it’s important to be kind to yourself […]

PODCAST – 31 Days to Biztopia-Day 1: Grow in Awareness, with Theresa Vigarino (pt 2)

grow in awareness

In Part 2 of my interview with Theresa Vigarino on Growing in Awareness, we sink our teeth into some big issues around spirituality, belief-systems, connection and identity. The conclusion we came to is that your identity is not wrapped in the external factors of your life— your circumstances, nor the things that have been done […]

PODCAST – 31 Days to Biztopia – Day 1: Grow in Awareness, with Theresa Vigarino (pt 1)

31 days to biztopia series: grow in awareness with Theresa Vigarino

How aware are you of what’s going on around you? How tuned in are you to others’ body language, behaviour, and words? Growing your awareness is an artform. Today I explore awareness of self and others and invited life coach Theresa Vigarino back onto the show to share her take on how to develop your […]

PODCAST: Why time is not the enemy but perfectionism is, a conversation with Kelly Exeter (Ep 34)

Episode 34 with Kelly Exeter

Kelly Exeter spent her days training as a triathlete, dreaming about training as a triathlete and wishing she had more hours in her day to train more. But one day she came to the realisation that more time didn’t mean she’d accomplish anything more. Kelly shares her insights in her book Your Best Year Ever […]

PODCAST: Avoid online dopamine and generate your own stoke: a candid discussion with James Schramko (Ep 32)

Episode 32 with James Schramko

James Schramko is a mega-successful online business entrepreneur and he now spends the majority of his time helping other entrepreneurs through his online coaching programs and…. surfing. In fact, it’s fair to say James is pretty obsessed with surfing, but that time to live life on his own terms has not come without some hard […]

PODCAST: How to build your confidence so you can build your success, interview with Suzi Dafnis (Ep 28)

Suzi Dafnis episode 28

Welcome to Episode 28 of Your Brilliant Un-Career, the podcast show. The first ever podcast interview I did was with today’s guest Suzi Dafnis, so it was a real pleasure to talk to Suzi and learn about her journey and the valuable things she’s learned in more than 20 years as a business owner. Suzi […]

PODCAST: How a split second, life-saving decision changed everything, interview with Alex Mitchell (Ep 27)

Alex Mitchell: Episode 27 of the Your Brilliant Un-Career Podcast

A split-second decision changed the course of Alex Mitchell’s life and kickstarted an incredible business and life journey. If you want to be inspired to change the course of your life and unleash your potential, this is the episode for you, particularly if you’re a divorced or single parent. About the Podcast If you’ve thought […]

Instead of saying “who am I to…?”

This morning, I woke up feeling nervous because I have a webinar to host tonight and last I checked, 91 businesses had signed up to join in. Maybe to some of you that doesn’t sound like a lot but it’s the most I’ve ever had sign up for a single webinar. I had this moment of self doubt after reading a blog post about the Problogger Conference. I thought, “Wow, who the heck am I to host a webinar on business blogging anyway?” Then the thought occurred to me, “who am I not to?” So, for the next time you find yourself thinking the same thing, here’s something you can print out and stick on your office wall, your kitchen fridge or bathroom mirror.