Kate with Bel Ryan

 

Bel is an art therapist and counselor. She helps people connect with their creative intuitive self to help them inform themselves to what are the issues at hand and how to deal with those issues.

 

Special Guest: Bel Ryan, Ignite Art Therapies

 

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Kate with Dr Kylie Dodsworth

 

Kylie is an integrative medicine GP, lecturer, speaker, business owner, mentor and coach. She founded the Centre for Health and Wellbeing in 2005, which has since helped over 10,000 people find their underlying cause of illness and better manage their health. Kylie loves understanding how and why the body gets out of balance and helping people with their journey back to health.

 

Special Guest: Dr. Kylie Dodsworth, Centre for Health and Wellbeing.

 

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Kate with Trent Blucher

 

Trent is a professional mentor, an artist and also gives great hugs when he is Hugo Awesome. We talk about how identifying our personal values gives us clarity and helps us in our day to day decision making processes.

 

Special Guest: Trent Blucher, Hugo Awesome.

 

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Kate with Adelaide Burger Review - he has a burger over his face to hide his identity

 

Adelaide Burger Review (name withheld) likes to review burgers. He thought he would share his thoughts with the world. Why do we value other’s opinions so much?

 

Special Guest: @AdelaideBurgerReview

 

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Kate with Mark Robinson

 

The commercial building industry is tough. Often the laws of the jungle apply. The demands on and expectations of the successful tenderers are very high; usually unrealistically so. So how do you compete in that market and how do you look after your people so that they can withstand the intense pressures of big business?

 

Special Guest: Mark Robinson, Comace Commercial Joinery, Fitout & Maintenance

 

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Kate with Simone Douglas

 

Simone shares the life of a publican. They have to read people very well and they have to be hyper-vigilant because they need to look for and manage danger. This can skew the world view of a publican and their staff. But on the upside, the pub is its own community. When the Duke of Brunswick went gluten-free, the increased demand nearly broke the pub – but at the same time, it created new opportunities for the pub to become a home for many community groups.

 

Special Guest: Simone Douglas, Publican at the Duke of Brunswick / CEO of Social Media AOK

 

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Kate and Melanie Mansfield

 

Do you have someone external helping you look after your business? As a recruiter, Mel Mansfield needs to understand her client’s business and its needs as well as her client does so that she can find the right person for the job. We discuss how a recruiter is one of the rare people that is in a position to give frank and honest feedback to the CEO or the general manager.

 

Special Guest: Melanie Mansfield, Mansfield Blackman Recruitment

 

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Kate and Lindsay Miller

 

The world is moving so fast. Jobs that were once secure and profitable are diminishing all of the time. This has the potential to create a lot of stress and fear. Kate speaks to Print SA’s Lindsay Miller who provides a bespoke printing service in an increasingly competitive and rapidly-changing market.

 

Special Guest: Lindsay Miller, Print SA

 

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Our lives are often frantic. These days we have to be super workers, super parents, super partners. We have to give our children meaningful experiences and there is a world of guilt associated with your children having too much screen time. Landscape designer Stacee Krylov of Inside Out Makeovers & Maintenance and Gardens for Kids designs outdoor spaces to keep little people entertained and take the pressure off busy parents.

 

Special Guest: Stacee Krylov, Inside Out Makeovers & Maintenance | Gardens for Kids

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Do you feel confident in how you look? Has your lack of confidence impacted on your relationships? Many of us feel a sense of shame about our bodies and that is often reflected in what we wear. Stylist Stephanie Vaughan of Infinite Styling supports people to become the best version of themselves by updating and refreshing their wardrobes.

Special Guest: Stephanie Vaughan, Infinite Styling

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