Uncommon | Learn From Unique Individuals, The Ultimate Way To Improve Yourself
About This Show
The Uncommon podcast is designed to build your knowledge, skills, processes, tools and mindset, which will ultimately make both you and I, better individuals, professionals, business owners or investors.
We do this by interviewing unique individuals that have included; Venture Capitalists, Bodybuilders, Hedge Fund Managers, Political Activists, Comedians, Tech Founders, Chefs, Rappers, and Restaurateurs to name just a few.
Our style is conversational, 1on1, and can go from 45 minutes to 2 hours long. I’m inspired by the likes of Tim Ferriss, Joe Rogan, Charlie Rose, Oprah Winfrey & Charlie Munger. In particular, Charlie Munger inspired me to create this podcast and help you build your wordly wisdom.
Learn more about our guests at: neuralle.com/podcast.
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Most Recent Episode
#079: How a Girl Geek found her North Star - Sarah Moran
4 days ago
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Sarah Moran (
) is the Co-founder and CEO of Girl Geek Academy, while also being NAB’s Girl Geek in Residence. Girl Geek Academy is behind Australia’s first all-female hackathon #SheHacks; the first all-female makerfest #SheMakes; the first hackathon for young girls #MissMakesCode; and the career development event for women in gaming #SheMakesGames. Sarah has a mission to encourage 1 million women to get into tech and launch their own startups by 2025, a lofty challenge over the next 7 years.
When I was at high school, I remember that I was constantly pigeonholed and told that certain knowledge bases (like maths & science) where outside of my potential. The entire point of this podcast was to build my worldly wisdom (as Charlie Munger calls it), bringing you along the way and reinforcing that if you have the right attitude - most forms of learning are quite achievable.
Sarah’s work identifies that so long as you have the personality and aptitude to match, hacking and hustling are within your grasp.
New forms of education across large groups of people are going to be incredibly important in bridging the knowledge base as coding becomes the new blue collar job over the next decade.
You get a sense from this discussion why Sarah decided to focus in particular on women, and why that’s her north star.
In this episode we covered a lot, including:
Grease the film, birth control
Minimalism in clothing
Sarah’s country upbringing in Lismore
Her interest in tech, the education system and STEM
Girl Geek Academy, #SheHacks
Event planning and marketing
Lessons learnt from teaching
01:35 - Introduction
05:08 - Grease the film, birth control
08:09 - Minimalism in clothing
13:56 - Country upbringing with the internet
23:10 - Lessons learnt from her parents
26:23 - Education path, leaving home
33:03 - Brisbane and getting into radio
36:11 - STEM and the education system
42:59 - Girl Geek Academy, #SheHacks
50:06 - Event planning and marketing
56:45 - Awareness, education, action, and success
01:02:56 - Lessons learnt from teaching
01:09:56 - What she would do differently
01:12:37 - Girl Geek leverage & establishment
01:15:44 - Cindy Gallop of MakeLoveNotPorn
01:17:37 - Morning and evening routines
01:19:52 - A book she’d gift someone
Girl Geek Academy
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