Monday, 22nd May 2017

Check out my 100 days of Tiny Leaps.

An unplanned adventure into Self and a deeper dive into The Moment.

I am committed to 2 hours of meditation a day for 100 days, with a daily recording.

Sunday, 14th May 2017

“Silence is connected to every failure I’ve ever had;
for not speaking up because I didn’t want to rock the boat.”

- Danielle La Porte, The Monica Kade podcast

Monday, 6th March 2017

“I used to believe that we are at our happiest when we are content and really comfortable, but that’s not really true. The greatest moment of happiness when we set a significant goal for ourselves; one that has a purpose in our lives and we overcome that challenge. That will always revolve around us sitting in discomfort and dealing with our fears.”

Wednesday, 1st March 2017

“I think it’s important to let go of relationships in your life to make space for the relationships that need to be there.”
- Tahlia Mynott, The Moment HQ podcast

She's got a calming presence, a heart full of gold and intelligence to match. Meet Tahlia Mynott, a wholistic nutritionist with a keen interest in plant based eating. She is one of the co-founders of Made with Raw Love chocolate. She and her partner Scott Turner, launched the brand on New Year’s Eve, 2013 at Tribe, a raw cacao party in Melbourne. In fact, The beginning of Made With Raw Love is a love story all in itself.

While Tahlia has had many life changing moments, the one that stands out for her is the realisation around how we become like the 5 top people we hang around, which leads the story back to where she is today.

Wednesday, 1st March 2017

“The path to freedom is paved with being very clear about what it is you
need and what are the things you want to
have a deep positive choice capability around.”

- Leonard Brody, The Moment HQ Podcast

Monday, 27th February 2017

Monday, 13th February 2017

 "Happiness really does begin at the end of your fork!"

- Maria Emmerich, The Moment HQ podcast 

Thursday, 9th February 2017

“I think it’s just really weird that people don’t interact anymore, we’re all so digital these days. I think engaging with other humans is so important, and you often find out things you never knew existed in the world if you weren’t talking to someone doing your nails or someone in a lift.” - Mandi Gunsberger

We’re chatting with Mandi Gunsberger. The Founder and Managing Editor of Babyology, Australia’s largest digital media company for parents.

Friday, 3rd February 2017

“When we’re always tasking, we’re forcing our brain down rabbit holes. The brain’s amazing when you just let it go and allow it to bring an answer to you.” - Dr Fiona Kerr

Joining me today is Dr Fiona Kerr, who is a prominent thought leader in the fields of social cognitive neuroscience (SCN) and human connectivity.

Fiona is also a Systems and Neural Complexity Specialist at Adelaide University, plus a public speaker and consultant on a range of social cognitive neuroscience areas and neuroethics.

Wednesday, 1st February 2017

“I really look forward to Wired for Wonder and seeing the enjoyment in people’s faces in all of the activations and elements of surprise.”

- Mandi Ford