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UNSTOPPABLE with Kerwin Rae
58 minutes | 12 days ago
Why We Should Say NO More | Roy Cook | S2E6
Coming up to the middle of the year, motivation can be difficult to acquire. However, after watching this podcast with Roy Cook, Author of ‘A Fool’s Errand: Why Your Goals Are Falling Short and What You Can Do about It’, I can guarantee that you will finish the episode with a newfound sense of incentive and direction. Roy became an entrepreneur at the age of 52, running his own national marketing company that dealt with the top 50 Blue Chip companies. Just 11 years after he began his journey, he developed a range of principles which led to his retirement soon after starting his own business. In this podcast, Roy delves into these principles, and how you can reach complete fulfillment from living these values every day. He further explains how to identify your core values by assessing your behaviour, and how you should use your core values to eliminate toxicity out of your life. In this episode you will learn: 00:00 What does Roy do? 07:00 How to discover if a job isn’t right for you 09:00 How Roy discovered his true core values 12:00 How to define ‘values’ 18:00 Value disconnection 21:00 How Roy helps others identify their values 25:00 Do values shift over time, or is it just our interpretation changing? 30:00 How Roy tests his values 37:00 What to do if you feel trapped in a position outside your values 45:00 How to set goals based on your values
59 minutes | 18 days ago
What War Teaches Us About Our Potential | Harry Moffitt | S2E5
Anthony ‘Harry’ Moffitt, after almost 30 years, recently retired from the Australian Defence Force in the Special Air Service (SAS) Regiment as a Team Commander and Team Specialist. In his service, Harry completed 11 active service deployments, including being wounded in action in 2008. Harry completed his time with the SAS as its Human Performance Manager. Harry is now a registered psychologist and runs a human performance consultancy working with sports teams, the military, and industry. Harry uses his military training, experience, and lessons of grit, resilience, and loss, to teach others the powerful lessons he has learned in his lifetime. Harry’s new book Eleven Bats is an authentic insight into the truths of war; its lifelong lessons and its transformational qualities. Harry shares his stories as a SAS Operator and Team Commander and how cricket had a profound impact on his life; both on and off the pitch and battlefield. A true measure of strength; Harry Moffitt is one powerful man. In this podcast you will hear about: 02:00 Harry’s current work 04:00 How time in the SAS led Harry to become a psychologist 07:00 The secrets of performance psychology 11:00 What is grit resilience? 17:00 How you should assess grit 20:00 The dream recruitment process 26:00 Developing a high-performance culture 30:00 Harry’s ideal model 34:00 The biggest lessons Harry has learned 39:00 Can leaders be friends? 42:00 Harry’s book: 11 Bats 48:00 The truth about special operations individuals 50:00 The biggest lessons from Harry’s experience
40 minutes | 25 days ago
The Art of Listening from a World-Class Manager | Adam Mendler | S2E4
CEO of ‘The Veloz Group’ and Co-Founder of countless successful businesses in various industries such as Beverly Hills Chairs, Custom Tobacco & Veloz Solutions, Adam Mendler is no stranger to the high-pressure environment that comes with business management. Along with running three businesses himself, Adam is an honourable columnist on Thrive Global, having conducted and published over 300 interviews with America’s top leaders and influencers, giving him an all-rounded and unique insight into the successful paths of world-class leaders. Adam’s mission in life is to create better, more resonant leaders by distilling lessons learned from building three successful businesses in three different industries, mixed with his knowledge gathered from world elites. Adam’s advice in this episode is not only expansive but genuine, which is what made Adam such a great guest for this episode of Unstoppable. If you are eager to grow in all aspects of your life, this interview is for you. In this podcast you will learn: 04:00 Adam’s beginnings 08:00 Adam’s consulting business 10:00 The difference between leadership and management 12:00 Adam’s top three lessons for successful management 20:00 The biggest mistakes people make on their journey to entrepreneurship 27:00 What is the best way to build a winning culture 29:00 Adam’s most memorable interview 31:00 The best advice Adam you ever received 33:00 What’s next on Adam’s journey
46 minutes | a month ago
Keeping up with an ever-changing world| Salim Ismail | S2E3
In this podcast episode, I was lucky enough to be able to speak with award-winning author, strategist, and Co-Founder of ExO Works, Salim Ismail. Salim founded ExO Works in 2016, to help transform global business by catapulting organizations into the world of exponential thinking. He is currently also building Singularity University (SU) and has been since 2010, initially as its founding Executive Director, but currently as its Global Ambassador. Traveling extensively to give more than 150 talks a year to audiences all over the world, Salim addresses topics including breakthrough technologies and their impact on a variety of industries. Salim’s knowledge of exponential growth gives him incredible intuition into the direction our economy is headed. This episode of Unstoppable will provide you with top-quality information about our society post COVID, and how you can ensure financial stability in your life regardless of our economy’s condition. In this podcast you will hear about: 01:00 How did Salim build his connections? 03:00 Where did Salim discover flow in his career? 04:00 Did your career flow feel chaotic or a part of an order 10:00 What about leadership do you think needs to shift globally? 13:00 Salim on democracy & Universal Basic Income (UBI) 16:00 Are we heading towards UBI? 18:00 Is there going to be a market crash? 21:00 What is the long-term game of finance companies sucking wealth out of companies? 23:00 What do you see happening when a market crash happens? 27:00 Why Salim disagrees with the view that humans are a virus 31:00 How would you prepare for what’s coming? 4:00 Covid as a spiritual gift to humanity 37:00 How can we ensure businesses can survive such a rapid change? 39:00 What does the next wave of education look like? 42:00 What are you investing in now?
51 minutes | a month ago
Using adversity to our advantage | Steven Kotler | S2E2
In this episode of Unstoppable, I had the opportunity to speak with Steven Kotler, the Executive Director of Flow Research Creative, a business that looks to help individuals accomplish their most ambitious professional goals by unlocking their peak possible human performance. Steven has been labeled as one of the world’s leading experts on human performance, having written numerous books which are New York Times best-selling. Alongside his incredible knowledge, Steven has been honoured as an award-winning journalist, further adding to his incredible understanding of psychology and human behaviour, which makes him an incredible guest to learn from. In this podcast, Steven and I share ideas surrounding the importance of self-awareness, emotional intelligence, and how adversity can contribute to a greater consciousness… and how adversity can be used to your advantage. In this podcast you will learn: 02:00 How Steven got into the area of peak performance 06:00 Connection between tough upbringings and peak performance 09:00 Relationship between self-preservation and peak performance 19:00 Steven’s new book: The Art of Impossible 22:00 Where does motivation start? 28:00 Steven’s opinion on the author of DRIVE 31:00 The six levels of grit 38:00 The six things key performance comes to 43:00 Entrepreneurial recovery
56 minutes | a month ago
How to lose $100MIL | David Meltzer | Unstoppable S2E1
In the first episode for Season 2 of Unstoppable, I have the honour of speaking with former CEO & Co-founder of Sports 1 Marketing, and Author of Number 1 release ‘Game-Time Decision Making’, David Meltzer. David has always followed his heart and stayed true to himself. He has immense passions for Tech, Sports, Marketing, and Leadership however, he recently discovered his life mission which incorporates these all. Today, David’s mission is to empower over 1 billion people to be happy. This has led him on a journey to provide value in everything he does from his content to his communication. Following his mission, David has been featured in ESPN, TEDx & Entrepreneur, being awarded one of ‘Forbes Top 10 Keynote speakers’. Using his knowledge and life skills to teach others how to find success in what makes them happy, it’s no surprise that David has been mentioned as a Top 100 Business Coach and has been honoured the ‘Ellis Island Medal of Honour for Sports Humanitarian of the year’, This episode is for anyone who would like to know how to make money from your passions and skills… and how being successful will ultimately lead to your happiness. In this episode you will learn: 00:00 Where David’s story began 06:00 How David started making money 14:00 The move from tech to sports 21:00 How money affected David’s 30s 26:00 David’s parenting journey 29:00 Discipline in the household 35:00 When David lost money 43:00 The impact of money loss on the ego 50:00 How David lost $100M 52:00 Money vs happiness
53 minutes | 7 months ago
The hidden power of mushrooms | Julian Mitchell | Unstoppable #114
Did you know that mushrooms can change their DNA to make cotton, leather, and even polyester becoming food for them? That penicillin comes from the fungi kingdom? That there’s a phobia to mushrooms and they’re even considered the Earth’s natural internet? These are just some of the amazing facts about mushrooms that Julian Mitchell shared with me in this episode of Unstoppable. Julian is the CEO of Life Cykel, an evolutionary focused mycelium biotechnology company, whose mission is to enable people and the environment to grow healthier with mushrooms. He co-founded Life Cykel with Ryan Creed in 2015 and rapidly grew their business by focusing on producing the highest quality bioavailable full spectrum mushroom liquid extracts as well as some of the highest quality mushroom products. They offer an incredible range of products and services for health and planetary harmony, all consisting of the humble mushroom. They have liquid extracts, mushroom powder, mushroom protein, and even grow kits that give people the opportunity to grow their own mushrooms at home. Life Cykel also works closely with the National Mushroom Network, Mushroom honey, and Beemunity, products that support the immunity of bees. Life Cykel has been featured in a range of media including Channel 9, the Sydney Morning Herald, The Joe Rogan Experience, SBS and Beauticate. Now we have the pleasure of having Julian on Unstoppable, sharing with us his journey as an entrepreneur, from being a physiotherapist to becoming one of the most environmentally conscious mushroom farmers in Australia. Whether you’re a plant enthusiast, an entrepreneur or you’re just a curious soul who would like to learn the secrets of the fungi kingdom, this episode is for you!
45 minutes | 7 months ago
From the navy to the business world | Anthony Richardson | Unstoppable #113
In this episode of Unstoppable, I speak with former Royal Australian Navy Sailor and founder of AUSFIT and Q83, Anthony Richardson. After 11 years as a mine warfare specialist, Anthony started manufacturing his fitness product out of necessity. The bars they used for training were too long and required peripherals, like clips and weights. These bars were not designed to be used outdoors and often rusted on the outdoor decks of the ships. This motivated Anthony to formulate a product that could resolve all these problems; his own version of a torsion bar. He focused on anti-roll capability and portability, but also rust resistance, and the rest is history. His product was a success. They have sold over 10,000 units just in Australia and now sell to the military and gyms in Britain, the USA and New Zealand. In 2018 Anthony released an independent tool that allows social publishers to create live, interactive media kits for brands and agencies named Q-83, which is now servicing over 100 brands and agencies. Anthony’s journey as an entrepreneur is a must-listen for anyone looking to build a company through creative problem-solving.
57 minutes | 7 months ago
How to produce tasty meat without killing animals | Michael Fox | Unstoppable #112
Can you imagine eating tacos, curry or even a cheeseburger without meat? If you said “absolutely not”, think again, because you’re about to hear how it is possible to enjoy everything that is delicious about eating meat, all without animal products. In this episode of Unstoppable, I speak to Michael Fox, CEO of Fable Food Co, a company that provides meat alternatives that taste exactly like meat, but without harming animals. He became vegetarian in 2015 for environmental, health and ethical reasons but didn’t want to give up on the “Steak of Glory”. For this reason, with the help of two mushroom geeks, each on their own journey to make meat-like products for plant lovers, they created food using ingredients that are as minimally processed as possible. These products are based on shitake mushrooms which make up ⅔ of the ingredients used on the list. On top of that, Fable also provides maximum nutritional value, with minimal environmental impact. Michael is one of three business partners and their company have high certifications in the sciences behind mushroom, permaculture, biodynamics and regenerative farming systems, and biomimicry of fungi. Nowadays, you can find Fable products in popular convenience stores across Australia. This episode definitely will trigger your curiosity and will make you think about the food choices we make. Whether you’re a vegetarian or not, you can’t miss this one!
55 minutes | 8 months ago
Do you know the real power of your brain? | Dr Moran Cerf | Unstoppable #111
Do you know why we laugh at comedian’s jokes? How can someone predict your behaviour from just knowing your friends? Or why the person you love drives you occasionally crazy? Well, the secret is just one, YOUR BRAIN. In this episode of Unstoppable, I talk to the neuroscientist and former hacker, Dr Moran Cerf. He is also a business professor at the Kellog School of Management at Northwestern University in the USA. He holds multiple patents and has published over 60 academic papers in journals such as Nature, and has contributed to magazines including Forbes and The Atlantic. His research uses methods from neurosciences to understand the underlying mechanisms of our psychology, behaviour changes, decision making, and dreams. Much of his research has received widespread attention thanks to his involvement with well-known content channels including PopTech, TED, TEDx, Google Zeitgeist and other venues getting millions of views. If you’re a marketer, filmmaker, entrepreneur or speaker, and you want to know how your brain works, how to communicate effectively, what makes a good speaker, and even get the secret formula to deliver the perfect presentation without losing people's attention, this is the podcast you need.
53 minutes | 8 months ago
How to stop being angry at life | John Kim | Unstoppable #110
Can you imagine being in therapy with a man riding a bike and that calls himself “The Angry Therapist”? After going through a divorce and experiencing a ‘rebirth’ John Kim started his coaching movement, calling himself “The Angry Therapist”. He built a devoted following who loved his authenticity and transparency by sharing his story, something that therapists are not allowed to do. John became known as an “unconventional therapist” as he started to see his clients at the gym, a coffee shop, or even hikes. In this episode of Unstoppable, we talk about how to manage anger, the importance of having boundaries in relationships, discuss the touchy topic of “toxic masculinity” and how to bring back masculinity. From being an angry man for almost 35 years of his life to starting to humanizing therapists, John tells me his story about how “he used to be miserable as f*ck” and how he overcame that. You definitely can’t miss this one out. TIMESTAMPS 02:10 - Who is John Kim? and why he started “The Angry Therapist” 06:41 - Hitting rock bottom in his life and the journey to becoming a therapist 11:32 - What is to be a man? And discovering that at 35 years old 14:11 - Discovering why he was so angry with life and starting his career as “The Angry Therapist” 18:42 - Does therapy need a refresh? And why group therapy is better than individual therapy 24:28 - How to manage anger 28:37 - How to become aware of your solid self 35:43 - What are the characteristics of an addict? And how to deal with addiction 39:22 - The importance of setting boundaries in relationships 43:21 - Talking about ‘toxic masculinity’ and how to bring back manhood 47:58 - What can we learn from being a parent
49 minutes | 8 months ago
Healing power of Meditation and Intermittent fasting | Mark Bunn | Unstoppable #109
Mark Bunn takes us down an educational limitless hole of why mental and physical health is key to high performance and taking your life into your own hands. From professional AFL football to Ayurvedic medicine, Mark has been on a journey of self-fulfilment and health, and is now here to share his stories with us!
62 minutes | 8 months ago
From near death to becoming Unstoppable | Marcus Smith | Unstoppable #108
Imagine been hit by a truck at 65kmph while cycling, to look death straight in the face and come back to tell your story. This is what happened to Marcus Smith, extreme athlete, motivational speaker, entrepreneur and coach, back in 2018. Marcus has a competitive sporting background playing professional rugby since 18 years old, participating in the 2009 IRB Rugby Sevens World Cup. After retiring in 2010, he moved into CrossFit and endurance challenges. His achievements include running 250km self-supported ultra-marathon in the Sahara Desert, 230km ultra in Kenya, running 30 marathons in 30 days and ran a 42.2 km trail race on the Volvic Volcano in France just 4 months after his accident. In this episode on Unstoppable, I speak with this amazingly resilient and brave human being, who came back from death to tell people that everything happens for a reason, and we all can develop grit to achieve anything we want in life.
79 minutes | 8 months ago
Is COVID-19 changing our future? | Rocky Scopelliti | Unstoppable #107
What will the world look like post-COVID 19? How it has impacted our society? But more importantly, how will this impact our future? These were some of the ideas we explore in this episode of Unstoppable where I speak with world-renowned futurologist Rocky Scopelliti.
40 minutes | 9 months ago
How to be indistractible | Nir Eyal | Unstoppable #106
With addictive technologies and lowering attention spans, being able to avoid distraction is the skill of the century. Just imagine how much time you would save and how many things you could get done if you were completely 'indistractible'. Behavioural designer Nir Eyal joins us in this week's Unstoppable podcast to teach you how to form good habits and how to break bad ones - so that you can get your time back. Nir has taught as a Lecturer in Marketing at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and Design and is the author of 'Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products' and 'Indistractable: How to Control Your Attention and Choose Your Life' TIME STAMPS 00:00 - The power of habits 05:50 - Why Facebook is so addictive 11:11 - What’s required to form a habit? 13:30 - Why Facebook could disappear 15:38 - The 2 types of manipulation 19:34 - How to become ‘indistractible’ in 4 steps 27:40 - The 3 different types of packs 33:12 - The importance of community in developing a habit and the 3 types of variable rewards 34:50 - Why the skill of the century is to be ‘indistractable’
44 minutes | 9 months ago
Mindfulness over matter | Asher Packman | Unstoppable #105
How can you develop the awareness needed to have a better life and what are the biggest obstacles stopping you from achieving this? On this weeks Unstoppable podcast, leading mindset coach & meditation guide Asher packman joins us to tell the heart wrenching story that changed his life forever and how he has used his skills to over come the odds from cancer to suicide. Asher is the President of Meditation Australia & the Founder of Warrior Within who is certified HeartMath and is a Wim Hof Method instructor. Timestaps: 00:00 - Asher' beginnings & the turning point in his life 11:45 - Why events that happen in life are neither good or bad 16:06 - Self-awareness and mindfulness to overcome pain 18:35 - What is HearthMath? 24:08 - How breath work and meditation changed Asher's life 28:44 - The biggest problems Asher solves, especially while working with men 35:43 - How to develop awareness & the biggest obstacle people have in achieving a better life 39:49 - Raising a child whilst having cancer
44 minutes | 9 months ago
High performance hacks for anyone from athletes to CEOs | Craig Johns | Unstoppable #104
From being hospitalised and flat-lining in the emergency room to competing in 4 World Triathlon Championships to coaching 100+ Olympians & World Champions AND world-leading CEOs, this man knows what it means to live an Unstoppable life. Craig Johns, the Founder and CEO of NRG2Perform, shares his experience from going from surgery to triathlon and the peak performance secrets he teaches to the best of the best in the world, including working with the Dalai Lama! Break out of the average day-to-day slug and take the next steps to an Unstoppable life in this episode today. Timestamps: 00:00 - Introduction to Craig Johns 07:20 - Running a Triathlon with a pressing heart condition 11:52 - Craig's worst and toughest Ironman challenge 19:38 - Finding your purpose in unexpected situations 27:17 - Executive coaching: The 4 fundamentals of performance 33:58 - What is high-performance leadership? 36:45 - How entrepreneurs can learn from athletes to improve their performance 38:32 - Leading with performance: Breaking the CEO code
44 minutes | 9 months ago
The habits and lessons of a successful woman | Michelle Battersby | Unstoppable #103
Michelle Battersby is no stranger to success. From managing her own department at just 22, to launching popular dating app Bumble in Australia, to becoming the Director of APAC Marketing, and now CMO at Keep It Cleaner. She has had one incredible journey and has a few secrets to discipline, confidence, and leadership that she has picked up along the way that could help you become Unstoppable too! Hear them all, along with the lessons she has learnt from her experiences in this week's Unstoppable podcast. Timestamps: 00:00 - Introduction to Michelle Battersby 01:12 - Discipline and self-talk 15:02 - Work-life balance and the “Fake it till you make it" philosophy 20:53 - Her experience at Bumble and the marketing industry 27:23 - How Bumble changed the landscape of dating apps 36:22 - The importance of working as a team and having the same values in business 39:04 - Being a role model in the female entrepreneur space and the best piece of advice for people starting a business
53 minutes | 10 months ago
World-renowned chef's top leadership & entrepreneurship lessons | Matt Moran | Unstoppable #102
A lot of great leaders come from humble backgrounds and that stands true with one of Australia's most well known chefs and restaurateurs Matt Moran. Founder of such dining establishments as Aria Sydney and Opera Bar, Matt has 30+ years in the food industry and grew from a simple farm boy and dish washer to now known as the pioneer of 'paddock to plate'. Matt has received the Chef's Hat in the Good Food Guide and is also a best-selling author of multiple cookbooks. Discover the journey of this true blue Aussie in this episode of Unstoppable and find out the massive leadership lessons he's gained from his years of hard work and heart work in his multiple award-winning sustainability focused restaurants. Timestamps: 00:00 - Introduction to Matt Moran 04:19 - Growing up on a farm and dealing with ADHD as a child 16:11 - The start of Matt's entrepreneur journey 22:23 - How to lead a team in a high-pressure environment & building Aria 30:02 - Opening Opera Bar, going back to farming and the journey to becoming a restaurateur 34:30 - How COVID-19 has impacted the hospitality industry & finding the opportunities in the pandemic 45:18 - The importance of sustainability in the food industry
59 minutes | 10 months ago
From refugee to riches: The EHPlabs Empire | Izhar Basha | Unstoppable #101
From escaping persecution by immigrating to Australia, to being bullied as a kid, to burning out from 16 hour days and being diagnosed with an autoimmune disease, Izhar Basha has utilised all the odds that were against him to build the multimillion dollar empire that is EHPlabs. Iz is the Founder & CEO of EHPlabs, EHP Holdings, and the Be Empowered Foundation, and this is why he is Unstoppable. With its flagship product Oxyshred, EHPlabs is one of the most recognised supplements brands founded in Australia. It went from $0 to its first $1mil in its first 4 months, and this year, in the middle of COVID-19, it is still on track for a 9 figure revenue year with hundreds of influencers around the globe advocating for its products and brand. Don't miss this incredible journey of resilience and entrepreneurialism on Unstoppable this week. Timestamps: 00:00 - Introduction to Izhar Basha 03:31 - Izhar's early days - immigrating to Australia 20:11 - The importance of work ethic 25:44 - Burnout, corporate law, gym and supplements 34:17 - The flagship product - Oxyshred 44:13 - The strategy that built EHPlabs into a multimillion dollar global company 46:47 - How COVID-19 affected EHPlabs 49:11 - Questioning life
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