Rooster Radio - Business & Personal Growth Insights & Stories from Entrepreneurs and Leaders in Business, Health, Tech & More
About This Show
Rooster Radio brings you stories and insights from interesting people doing amazing things.
The podcast reveals business and personal growth learnings from entrepreneurs and experts in business, leadership, marketing, science, technology, health, hospitality and much more. Hosted by James Begley and Andrew Montesi.
Rooster Radio focuses on the influencers who are taking risks, overcoming challenges, leading teams and taking the world on. We delve into their rarely told stories of success, failure and lessons learned.
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Since launching in October 2015, Rooster Radio has quickly gained momentum.
- Rated five stars in iTunes
- Featured under business “new and noteworthy” in iTunes
- Peaked in top 15 business podcasts on iTunes Australia
Rooster Radio secures high calibre guests who are excelling in the world of business, entrepreneurship and sport in Australia.
Previous guests include Coopers Brewery chairman Glenn Cooper, Forbes editor-at-large Rich Karlgaard, AFL legend Matthew Pavlich, Australian Fashion Labels founders Dean and Melanie Flintoft, global business growth expert Jana Matthews and Australian of the Year (SA) Dr John Greenwood, with many more influential and interesting guests to come.
Andrew Montesi, founder at Apiro Consulting, head of marketing at PickStar, media and marketing specialist, entrepreneur and former TV news reporter. http://apiroconsulting.com
James Begley, founder of PickStar and Tract Leadership, leadership consultant, entrepreneur and former AFL footballer. http://jamesbegley.com.au
Rooster Radio is made in Adelaide, South Australia by Apiro Consulting (http://apiroconsulting.com)
Most Recent Episode
Ep 82 - Anthony Minichiello on the evolution of NRL and tackling life after sport
Sydney Roosters legend Anthony Minichiello saw the end of his playing career coming, and planned accordingly. Many of his footy mates didn’t, with tragic results.
Anthony says the come down from the highs of a sports star life can be hard. Many athletes struggle to find a new purpose, and structure, for their new life.
It was different for ‘Mini' who was raised by hard working Italian parents who made him get a trade in the early years of his NRL career. He maintained a life of balance, which extended beyond his world of sport.
Anthony went on to captain the Roosters and holds the record for most games and most tries at the club.
He's decorated as they come - a NSW State of Origin representative, Australia and Italy representative, and winner of the Golden Boot Award for International Player of the Year in 2005.
Anthony’s career coincided with a big shift in the commercialisation of sport. He talks about the evolution from his first contract worth $10,000 and drinking plenty of beer after every match, to the professional game it is today.
Anthony also shares lessons learned from his humble upbringing, how he built a broad network and interests outside of rugby league and the challenge of growing the game nationally.
Mini was in Adelaide to promote the Roosters’ clash with the Storm at Adelaide Oval on June 24, and was able to squeeze in our interview between promotional duties. Ticket and match info: http://www.adelaideoval.com.au/eventdetail/22216/sydney-roosters-vs-melbourne-storm.aspx
This episode is syndicated with our other podcast, Off-Field, which focuses on the world of sport outside of the arena. Off-Field features in depth interviews with the likes of Adam Gilchrist, Chris Scott, Caitlin Bassett, Dennis Cometti and much more. Listen: http://off-field.co
At Rooster Radio, we talk to interesting people doing amazing things.
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Rated 5 out of
Great start guys looking forward to upcoming episodes
Date published: 2015-10-14