In this episode Mark Stephen talks about self-hypnosis, sharing insights into how it can be used as a tool for reducing stress, weight loss and other issues in your life.
Mark Stephens first started using meditation to help control his severe asthma attacks at the age of 8. He then went on to study meditation under Chinese teachers, Japanese masters and Tibetan monks. He is a Ju-Jutsu Black Belt, bestselling author and leading hypnotherapist.
In 1990, he was given a possible six months to live with a rapidly growing second-stage lymphoma. 27 years later, thanks to a combination of eastern healing methods, complementary treatments and the best of western medicine, he now has a clean bill of health and inspires other people to transform their lives through hypnosis and motivation programs.
In this episode Steve Sammartino talks about “the future”, sharing his predicted changes for our world based on the interconnection of human behaviour, technology and economics, studying the patterns and trends to determine where they are going to go in the near and distant future.
Steve Sammartino is renowned as one of Australia’s leading futurists.
He has had multiple technology startups and launched one of the first “Sharing Economy” startups – Rentoid, that he had a successful exit from.
He is a global thought leader and authority on disruption and the author of two books, “The Great Fragmentation – Why the future of business is so small” and “The Lessons That School Forgot – How to hack your way through technology”.
He has also invested in some crazy projects over time, including building a full size drivable car that runs on air and was made using 500,000 pieces of Lego and also sending a Lego rocket into space orbit.
Steve provides expert commentary on emerging technology on Australian TV and news. He has a sharp focus on its impact on business and society. He’s the guy who always knows what’s happening, what’s next and how it will change our world. He know’s how to express big and sometime complex ideas in language everyone can understand.
In this episode Daniel Glickman from Wave.Video talks about social video, sharing insights into how to get the best results from the video you are creating for sharing on social media.
Daniel Glickman is an internationally recognized marketing leader, speaker, and author. As CMO of Wave.video, an innovative video solution for creators and small businesses, he leads and manages digital marketing, advertising, and PR activities. With over two decades of experience in marketing, sales, and brand promotion, Glickman is known as a leader who is committed, charismatic, and “profoundly creative.” He enhances communication across teams and drives customer-centric processes to create new sales channels, disrupt markets, and help build highly profitable companies by leading the marketing department to “own the P/L”.
In this episode Matt Clark talks about how to generate high value leads using LinkedIn, sharing insights into how to connect with, communicate with and convert your ideal customers using LinkedIn.
Matthew Clark helps Business Owners Get 2-5 High Value Leads Per Day From LinkedIn Without Paying For Ads.
In this episode Peter Engelhardt talks about business branding, sharing insights into how you can transform your business into a brand.
Peter Engelhardt is a brand consultant and entrepreneur focused on strategic branding and design for small to medium sized enterprises. He is the founder and CEO of Creative Brew, a strategic design agency that helps entrepreneurs and business creators who want to transform their businesses into industry leading brands.
Peter and his team have also developed the world’s only interactive eTool, Plan2Brand. Designed to make it easier for business owners to understand brand strategy it guides users through the process of crafting a meaningful strategic roadmap.
Peter is also the Author of ‘Differentiate to Dominate,’ and blogs regularly on brand, design and strategic thinking.
In this episode Paul Dunn talks about business for good, sharing insights into how you can embed giving habits into your business that generate social impact and connections, which are in turn good for business.
Paul Dunn is a 4-time TEDx speaker and a hugely respected and admired business leader. He is a Senior Fellow in one of the World’s Leading Think Tanks and consults to and mentors leading-edge businesses around the world.
He is Chairman of the B1G1: Business for Good, the Global Giving Initiative that’s already enabled businesses to create over 170 Million giving impacts globally and he frequently travels around the world inspiring businesses with B1G1 and his amazing business insights.