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You spend a quarter of your life at work. You should enjoy it! Organizational psychologist Adam Grant takes you inside the minds of some of the world’s most unusual professionals to discover the keys to a better work life. From learning how to love your rivals to harnessing the power of frustration, one thing’s for sure: You’ll never see your job the same way again. Produced in partnership with Transmitter Media.
 
THE DEEP DIVE is not your normal podcast because, well, there are no rules. The aim of the show is to give an authentic look into the minds of the thought leaders and game changers of today by allowing the audience to be a “fly on the wall” for an hour-long conversation. It is my hope that this level of authenticity will allow people to see that being successful isn’t about WHAT you think, but HOW you think.
 
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At the age of 18, Allyson Felix took home the Olympic silver medal in the 200 meter dash. She was devastated. Where others saw “second-best in the world,” she only saw “not first.” That race lit a fire that would carry her on to become the most decorated track and field athlete in American history. Adam talks with her about achieving excellence, bo…
 
Welcome to the 63rd episode of Ten Questions where Adam talks to Shaun Grant - the multi-AACTA Award winning screenwriter of Nitram. Shaun’s debut film, Snowtown, about the infamous Snowtown murders in South Australia in the 1990s – won multiple awards and screened at Critics’ Week at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival. And that’s when Shaun’s career to…
 
Does spirituality have a place in a relationship? Trigger warning; this may be a difficult question to grasp at first. But in my last couple years of travels, whether they are physical travels, astral, or relationships, I’ve noticed that there is a level of spirituality that can be supportive of healthy relationships and one that also seems to repe…
 
One of the primary tools in a leader's tool belt is emotional intelligence. But what even is emotional intelligence? And how can you improve yours—not to mention your team’s? In this episode of The EntreLeadership Podcast, we sit down with EntreLeadership Executive Vice President Daniel Ramsey to find out. He walks us through what emotional intelli…
 
We're back soon with new episodes of Taken for Granted, but for now, here's a TED Talk Adam gave recently. Have you found yourself staying up late, joylessly bingeing TV shows and doomscrolling through the news, or simply navigating your day uninspired and aimless? Chances are you're languishing—a psychic malaise that has become all too common afte…
 
Is casual sex healthy? Intimacy is an amazing thing. Whether it is a physical romantic connection or an emotional one, becoming truly intimate with another is the most vulnerable and authentic way that you can show up in a relationship. But, it can be terrifying. As we grow and learn things for the first time, we become guarded to experiences that …
 
Competition for talent has never been tougher for leaders. We all know how difficult it is to get people to even show up for an interview these days! That’s why it’s so important to get the right information during the interview and not just have another friendly conversation. During this episode of The EntreLeadership Podcast, we sit down with Ken…
 
This week’s guest is the actress Georgina Haig. Selected credits from Georgina’s fabulous career include the first season of Underbelly, Queen Elsa in Once Upon a Time, The Crossing and Snowpiercer. And now she’s back in Australia playing Rachel Rafter in Packed to the Rafters for Amazon Prime. In our chat we get into the weeds of what it’s like to…
 
Do you prioritize your personal health? Mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual; being aware and focused on our health is more important now than it has ever been in our lives. Personally I have been on my own journey with this, and I’m sure many of you have too. I’ve worked hard on my health in many ways. I fast, I work out, I meditate, journal…
 
Why has environmentalism come to be considered a left-wing agenda, even though much of its history has conservative roots? And what does it even mean to be conservative when it comes to conservation and environmental issues? Quill Robinson has some ideas about this. He is Vice President of Government Affairs for the American Conservation Coalition,…
 
Twenty-four hours—we all get 24 hours in every single day. And every day, everyone gets to control three things: how they spend their time, where they focus their energy, and their priorities. During this episode of The EntreLeadership Podcast, we sit down with leadership Carey Nieuwhof to discuss his new book, At Your Best. Carey encourages you to…
 
Four-time Logie Award winning actor, singer, and dancer, Hugh Sheridan. Hugh grew up in Adelaide with six brothers and sisters, studied ballet with the Australian Ballet, sang with the State Opera of South of Australia and went to acting school at the National Institute of Dramatic Art. Hugh’s major break was playing Ben Rafter on the Channel Seven…
 
What does “holding space” mean to you? We have been witnessing a huge shift in the dynamics between the masculine and the feminine in our generation. Over time, we are coming to the realization that a lot of our concepts of what it means to be man or woman, in life or in relationships, have been deeply affected by ideas that don’t necessarily hold …
 
The last 18 months have been this generation of business owners’ greatest challenge. A natural byproduct of a challenging situation is fear. You’ve probably felt your fair share of it recently as you guided your team through the chaos. But as a leader it’s your job to lead no matter the circumstance, and that’s going to require courage. In this wee…
 
Dr Chris graduated from the University of Sydney in 2001 with First Class Honours in vet science. After practicing in Sydney’s North Shore as well as remote communities in the Northern Territory, a chance meeting in a pub with a media manager helped him land a presenting role on Harry’s Practice in 2003. After that, he went on to win a Logie for Mo…
 
I can't think of a better way to end my second season than by interviewing Douglas Lyons. From acting to playwriting to a love of gummy bears, Douglas Lyons is a multi-hyphenate whose hilarious new and heart-felt play, Chicken & Biscuits makes its Broadway debut this fall from September 23, 2021-January 2, 2022 While Douglas has already been seen o…
 
If you could ask me one question, what would it be? I believe that part of being in a community of like minded people is being able to have open dialog and conversations with each other, to communicate and ask questions, and share insights and perspectives. Especially with this podcast, a lot of the topics and guests I bring on can leave the audien…
 
Email is one of the oldest forms of digital marketing. It’s also one of the most saturated. Some experts think you should focus your efforts on TikTok or Instagram. But Amy Porterfield thinks otherwise. In this week’s episode of The EntreLeadership Podcast, we sit down with Amy to discuss why email marketing is still the most effective form of adve…
 
Back in 2018, Christian was the most popular breakfast host in the UK – with three million people listening to his show each morning. Then, a combination of panic attacks and wanderlust made him decide to leave his top rating show, uproot his family and move to Australia to become the breakfast host on Melbourne’s Gold FM. In his book, No One Liste…
 
There's no better time to share the second part of Beth Grant's podcast episode than a few days before her birthday (9/18). From being fired to checking her ego to working with Patrick Swayze & Stockard Channing, Beth talks about lessons learned! Beth Grant is a character actress who has been featured in many iconic films & TV shows: Donnie Darko, …
 
What do we actually know about our own history? For many years, the subject of our ancient cultures and their societal structures has fascinated me. What is interesting to me isn't necessarily what we know about these people and these times, but what we don’t know that has been locked away in the pages of time and how this knowledge might actually …
 
Humans are social creatures. We need the love and respect of our network if we want to live well-rounded satisfying lives. But how do we know our status within our network? Personal brand. This is what people say and think about you when you’re not around. In this week’s episode of The EntreLeadership Podcast, we sit down with Ramsey Solutions’ Sen…
 
We talk about her broadcasting beginnings from newsreading on Channel 10 to co-hosting The Today Show opposite Karl Stefanovic, the controversy surrounding her departure from The Today Show, her battle with post-natal depression and her mother’s battle with bi-polar disorder. Jess and her mother, Penelope, would go on to write the book, The Best of…
 
Beth Grant is a character actress whose career spans 40 years between Film, TV & Theatre. With over 200 credits to her name, Beth's talent has been seen everywhere including The Mindy Project, The Golden Girls, Speed, A Time To Kill, Donnie Darko, Netflix's A Series of Unfortunate Events, Little Miss Sunshine, To Wong Foo, Thanks For Everything! Ju…
 
Are you having great sex? I’ve always found it interesting that one of the most common and amazing parts about being human is also one of the most taboo and mis-understood. Perhaps it’s a bit of a personal subject, but sex is a hugely important and very normal part of our human experience. Sex is an art, and like any other art form it’s beauty stem…
 
Every small-business owner eventually needs to focus on building their company's brand. They have to get out of the day-to-day sales grind and focus on building relationships. In this week's episode of The EntreLeadership Podcast, we sit down with small-business owner Joe Hamilton. He explains that business branding comes down to the relationships …
 
Most conservationists are motivated by the purpose of their work. But that work often involves a lot of struggle and it can be daunting, especially when one does not yet have the experience of hard-won success to draw inspiration from. So, how do we keep going when the odds seem stacked against us? Grant Pearsell and Widar Narvelo both recently ret…
 
This episode is the Denise Scott episode. It’s such an honour to have her on the show. Yes, she’s hilarious and an icon, but she’s also one of the most generous and supportive performers in our industry. She started off in a clown troupe, gained national recognition on The Big Gig and Tonight Live With Steve Vizard, put in several Most Valuable Pla…
 
Do you understand cryptocurrency? It’s been a pretty huge topic of conversation in the last few years. The emergence of alternative currencies that are aiming to decentralize what the banking system currently controls. Money. It seems like even though it can be a bit of an up and down investment experience, those that know about cryptocurrencies ar…
 
How do we keep going despite what’s going on around us? Resilience. How do we build resilience? We take challenges head on. In this episode of The EntreLeadership Podcast, we’ll sit down with world-renowned speaker and bestselling author Marcus Buckingham to discuss what makes an organization resilient and the strategies we can implement to build a…
 
Nick Boshier’s entry into showbusiness was via community radio and managing the singer-songwriter, Lior. Then, in 2008 he made Youtube viral sensations “Trent From Punchy”, which is currently sitting on 9 million views, and “Beached AZ”, an animation about a Kiwi whale, that reached 10 million views, sold 80,000 T-shirts and won the hearts of The F…
 
Are you really in control? It’s a bit of a crazy global climate that we’re living in currently. It seems that for the last while we have been experiencing a period of division and confusion that I wish I could say was the first of its kind. The problem is however, that we’ve seen it before. For most of human history we have been controlled, directl…
 
He’s one of the few performers on Australian television who has fans from multiple generations. First, there were the Comedy Company fans who loved him as Uncle Arthur, then there were the Russell Coight fans – and then the Kath and Kim fans who were beguiled by his multiple outings as Kel Knight. I speak of course of the great and enduring, Glenn …
 
As an entrepreneur, you have a clear vision for your business. You know exactly what you want the future to look like. The problem is: Your team may not share the same vision. Or worse, they may not even know what your vision is! In this episode of The EntreLeadership Podcast, we sit down with Louie Giglio. Louie is the pastor of Passion City Churc…
 
It's so great to welcome back Crystal Skillman and Bobby Cronin, co-writer and composer of the Broadway Podcast Network hit audio play/podcast King Kirby. Today, Crystal & Bobby are truly Baring It All with lessons learned, industry secrets including bullying and sexual harassment, plus much more! Listen to Part 1 of our interview here! We talked a…
 
What does it mean to be masculine? So much progress has been made in these last few years around the subject of gender dynamics and making sure that we are all included and acknowledged for both our masculine and feminine energies. We all have both, and neither of these dynamics are tied to one specific gender. Masculine energy is strong, stable, a…
 
The business landscape is changing faster than ever before. So, how do you keep up? Through innovation! In this episode of The EntreLeadership Podcast, we sit down with Brett Hagler, CEO and co-founder of New Story. New Story has been named one of Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies multiple times. He talks about how he’s using innovation to c…
 
One of the people I’ve known longest and admire most in the Australian entertainment industry and that’s Dan Ilic. Dan’s had success on Australian television thanks to writing and starring in such shows as The Ronny Johns Half Hour, Hungry Beast and Can of Worms, and then taking on the grown-up jobs of executive producing and showrunning ABC shows …
 
I am so excited to welcome Tonya Pinkins back to the show! She's an actress, director, producer, author, filmmaker & so much more! Today we are talking about lessons learned and Tonya has learned a lot in her life! Plus, we chat even more about her horror film Red Pill, which will have its NYC premiere this Friday, August 13 (YES, FRIDAY THE 13TH) …
 
Do you love yourself? I know. It’s a tough question to answer. Self love is a somewhat trendy term and concept these days but the root of it has never been more important. At a time where there is a pandemic of confusion and misinformation, it can seem like a bit of a struggle to really look inward and find the power in ourselves to create and dedi…
 
Cash flow is the gasoline in any small-business’s engine. And sure, we all know it’s important to manage your money—but some business owners believe that only means looking at the profit and loss statement once a month. While this financial strategy is better than having no strategy, it can lead to problems—and there’s a better way. The answer? A b…
 
One of my favourite actors – a performer who can do comedy and drama, stage and screen, and that’s Kat Stewart. Kat got a degree in marketing and arts before attending the National Theatre drama school at night while working as a publicist during the day. After graduating, she started making guest appearances on The Secret Life of Us, Stingers and …
 
My spidey senses are tingling today because I am swinging into the world of Marvel Comics with my special guests Crystal Skillman & Bobby Cronin, whose fantastic podcast, King Kirby, is burning up the Broadway Podcast Network. I talk with Crystal & Bobby about their love of comics, how they adapted King Kirby (originally a play by Crystal & her hus…
 
Are psychedelics the only hope to save humanity? Even though it is estimated that over 40 million people in the USA alone use some form of psychedelic substances today, it continues to surprise me how taboo the subject still remains. I have been completely open about my use of psychedelics and the impact the work has done in my life, and my intenti…
 
How much is turnover costing your business? We bet you’re spending a lot more than you'd like. The problem is, most businesses hire based only on skills. They forget to look at a person's talent, passion and mission. In this episode of The EntreLeadership Podcast, we interview bestselling author Ken Coleman. He explains how you can help your team d…
 
There is a lot in the media these days about how protecting biodiversity reduces the risk of zoonotic disease spillover, and hence the risk of epidemics and pandemics. There seems to be a lot of good evidence for this in published studies on the topic, but how universal is such a conclusion? What is the science behind it? What about context? Are th…
 
You’d know Mark from his brilliantly observed sketches for The Roast on ABC 2, The Feed on SBS and most recently for 7.30 on ABC. He’s also hosted the channel 10 quiz show, Pointless and, along with his co-writer Evan Williams, has written the book On Politics and Stuff. Which is bloody funny. I don’t want to generalise, but in comedy, people are g…
 
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