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73 minutes | Sep 3, 2015
10. Social freedom & the value of community with Ashley Bloom
I think whatever you put energy and time into should be awesome people, developing yourself to be better at relating to awesome people and doing projects, businesses and work that is useful to the world from your point of reference" - Ashley Bloom Ashley Bloom grew up in relative affluence with a younger brother, single mother and lots of her odd live-in partners influencing him. He was precocious in limited niches, eccentric and very sensitive. A few years after high school, he describes himself as being a jaded nihilist - however went through a period of growth sparked by travel. In 2009, he took LSD for the first time which profoundly changed his understanding of the human brain. 10 months later, he had a existential meltdown, recovered and exploded upward from low utility cycles of fear-based living. After experimenting with other psychedelic's, Ashley unearthed a new perspective for himself on the multiplaner nature of reality and coupled with experiences gained from solo-travel - he learned multitudes about responsibility, self-directed learning and deep sources of passion. Ashley's life has become an extreme commitment to being the best possible expert-generalist. He's on a life-long journey towards mastery in many resonant fields of skill and knowledge, where he tries to get into the best people, projects and wider missions available at any juncture. His next adventure lies in Israel, where he's heading to study and work in high-tech product management. Find this weeks (very comprehensive) show notes at www.pocketchangepodcast.com
55 minutes | Aug 26, 2015
9. Daily meditation, motivation & the power of speed reading with Lars King
Lars King is a young entrepreneur and digital nomad. He has founded two online businesses, yearofmotivation.com and dailymeditation.co, and his latest experience has been with Summit. Summit builds community and places that catalyse entrepreneurship, creative achievement, and global change in an effort to create a better world. At Northeastern University, Lars is studying business with a focus on entrepreneurship and marketing and with experience ranging from working and creating startups, accelerators, non-profits, online businesses and world-class events, he offers a wealth of insight. Head to www.pocketchangepodcast.com for all the show notes and resources.
67 minutes | Aug 19, 2015
8. TEDx Melbourne Curator Jon Yeo on Living Aligned with Natural Laws and Principles
TEDx Melbourne curator Jon Yeo spoke to us about how to chose meaningful projects, natural laws to live your life by, how he became involved with TED and much more. Show notes and resources can be found on www.pocketchangepodcast.com
54 minutes | Aug 12, 2015
7. Daniel Teitelbaum on Emotional Intelligence, Self Education and Volunteering Your Way In
Daniel is the Head of Curriculum at the School of Life Australia. Having studied Arts and Philosophy and spent close to 10 years as a youth educator, Daniel is inspired by the wisdom in culture and the power of meaningful educational experiences to help us live wisely and well. Previously Daniel made up part of the strategy team at Small Giants. Small Giants invests in businesses that are shifting us to a more socially equitable and environmentally sustainable world. Daniel has also worked with the start up OurSay, an online democracy platform that connect leaders to citizens. If Daniel had to be stuck on a desert island with a Philosopher, he would choose Plato - a cave may come in handy.
58 minutes | Aug 4, 2015
6. Catherine Moolenschot: Authenticity, self-love & morning routines
Catherine Moolenschot on being your authentic self and how to craft your funnel of greatness. Born in Cape Town, Catherine immigrated to Australia at the age of four and has grown up in Melbourne. From an early age she has had an unusual perspective on the world and a wisdom beyond her years. At 13, she wrote and published her first novel called ‘A Rough Road’. After spending a year studying in Holland at 15, she returned to Australia and went on an intense personal development journey and started her speaking career. At 17, she presented a talk at TEDx and wrote her second book, ‘Failure is Underrated’, which was inspired by interviews with successful individuals on why they believe they’re successful. Catherine’s greatest passion in life is learning and her mission is to spread as much goodness around the world as she can.
54 minutes | Jul 29, 2015
5. Robert Lee Davis: Life, Art and Creativity
We spoke to Robert Lee Davis about his life story, about his curiosity and creativity and the meaning of art in our society. Born in Virginia, USA Robert Lee Davis is a Melbourne-based artist who has lived and worked as an artist and arts educator in China, Egypt, USA and Australia. Working across painting and collage the artist has held group and solo exhibitions in China and Australia including Different Species (ifa Gallery, Shanghai, China, 2011), We Know Where We Want to Go – Bu Wen Bu Wen, (YK Art Space, Shanghai, China, 2010) and Discoveries, (Obscura Gallery, Melbourne, 2011). Continually collecting conversations and images from the people and places he encounters, the artist constructs poetic visual-scraps, which address themes of memory and conversation. Missed a moment and want to see the show notes? Head to www.pocketchangepodcast.com.
61 minutes | Jul 18, 2015
4. Emeli Paulo and Al Jeffery
A conversation with Emeli Paulo on her journey, authenticity and living with purpose. For over 15 years Emeli Paulo has been running workshops within Australia and across the world, focusing on unleashing human potential. As a Master Facilitator and Trainer of the Human Spirit, she founded Collective Potential in 2014 to harness inspiration and empower people with the resources to live an authentic life. Through her work, Emeli has been mentored by Jim Stynes and has had the opportunity to meet the Dalai Lama and Sir Richard Branson - not too mention inspire thousands of people worldwide. “This is my life devoted mission; I think amongst this digital world, we need more spaces where we can facilitate connection. Heart-to-heart. Face to face. Grow together.” - Emeli Paulo
55 minutes | Jul 15, 2015
3. Nicole Gibson on Mental Health
This episode is a conversation with Nicole Gibson on love and consciousness. Nicole Gibson is the founder and CEO of The Rogue and Rouge Foundation. She is committed to making a positive difference in the lives of young people. After overcoming mental health challenges as a young person, in particular anorexia nervosa, Nicole is channeling her energy into motivating other young people to be the best they can be. Nicole has recently completed her national youth motivation tour, 'Champions for Change', which has since seen her facilitate workshops at 300 schools with 50,000 young people across Australia to encourage young people to champion change in their communities through the development of innovative solutions. In 2014, Nicole was awarded with the Pride of Australia medal and is the youngest ever commissioner of the National Mental Health Commission.
60 minutes | Jul 14, 2015
2. Left of Centre Ideas
Our second podcast and we now have a name! Welcome to Pocket Change everybody, where you can have access to mentors in your pocket. This week Ryan, Sam and Al spoke about left of centre ideas: things we do that are different from the norm and we think people could gain value from. Want to interact and connect with us? We now have a Facebook page and would love to talk ideas:https://www.facebook.com/pocketchangepodcast
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