Slow Living: Brooke McAlery

In this episode Brooke McAlery from Slow Your Home talks about Slow Living, sharing insights into how you can slow down your life in this crazy busy world of ours and the benefits slow living can have on all aspects of your life and business.

Brooke McAlery

Brooke McAlary is the founder of independent podcast network, Jackrabbit.FM, and host of the iTunes #1 Health show, The Slow Home Podcast. She has been connecting with people online since 2011 when she launched her blog, Slow Your Home. Since then she has written an Amazon best-selling ebook, connected with more than 2 million people on her website, and had The Slow Home Podcast named by iTunes as one of the top shows of 2015.
As an advocate for slow living, Brooke is also a fan of the best things in life – naps, travel, a good book and a great shiraz. She lives with her family in the Blue Mountains, just outside Sydney, loves snowboarding, and suffers from a severe case of wanderlust.


Should I Start A Podcast?: Ronsley Vaz

In this episode Ronsley Vaz talks about podcasting, sharing insights into the benefits of podcasting for businesses, as well as tips for either creating a podcast or being a guest on other people’s podcasts.

Ronsley Vaz

Ronsley is an entrepreneur specialising in creating businesses that connect people and ideas in new and innovative ways. He is the host of Australia’s #1 Food & Entrepreneurship podcast – Bond Appetit, that focuses on uniting entrepreneurs through food. Bond Appetit has been listened and downloaded over 1.8 million times.

Ronsley has a Masters’ degree in Software Engineering and an MBA in psychology and leadership. He is a software technical expert, a personal chef, and a serial idea creator.

Most recently, one of his ideas was to create We Are Podcast, the first ever podcasting conference in the southern hemisphere, which he brought to fruition back in October 2015 and in the process of doing this, Ronsley has really positioned himself as a leading expert in the podcasting space in Australia and has since created another podcast called “Should I Start A Podcast”.


#BusinessAddicts First Birthday Celebration: Loren Bartley & Fiona Redding

In this episode Loren and Fiona celebrate 52 weeks of regularly and consistently bringing you #BusinessAddicts The Podcast. The celebrations include reflecting on how the podcast has changed the lives of not only the co-hosts, but also some of the #BusinessAddicts listeners.

There are also two major announcements in regards to the #BusinessAddicts plans for the future.

Loren Bartley & Fiona Redding


Taking Care of Business: Loren Bartley & Fiona Redding

In this episode Loren and Fiona are interviewed from the studio of Radio 98.7 RPPFM by Warwick Merry as part of the Taking Care of Business show.

Radio 98.7 RPPFM

RPP FM is a local radio station with a new vibrancy and a focus steeped in community activities, current affairs and culture. It broadcasts on 98.7 FM and 98.3 FM to the Mornington Peninsula, Frankston, the Southern suburbs of Kingston, wider Melbourne including Geelong and the communities of Westernport and Port Phillip Bays.

LIVE in the RPPFM studios every Friday from 11am to 12noon with Host Jacki Mitchell, Taking Care of BUSINESS is one of the few dedicated radio business programs. Featuring special guests from the business world talking about their successes, failures, lessons, inspiration & ideas.

The program is full of tips on marketing, finance, brand management, thought leadership and expert opinions with insider knowledge on all things business. An entertaining combination of inspiring people and music, business news and views.


Social Media Marketing World 2015 #SMMW15: Loren Bartley

In this episode Loren Bartley shares the lessons she learnt whilst at Social Media Marketing World 2015 #SMMW15 in San Diego.

Social Media Marketing World #SMMW15

Social Media Marketing World is the industry’s premier mega-conference designed to inspire and empower you with social media marketing ideas. The event is brought to you by Social Media Examiner.

There were over 100+ expert-led sessions covering all aspects of social media strategy, content creation, tools and tactics.


Content Hacks: James Tuckerman

In this episode James Tuckerman talks about content hacks, sharing the secrets of how he manages to be so prolific with the quality content he shares on a daily basis.

James Tuckerman

James is one of Australia’s most accomplished digital publishers.

He’s an entrepreneur, angel investor, consultant, coach, public speaker and all-round nice guy.

James is best known for launching Anthill Magazine back in 2003, from the spare bedroom of his parents’ home at the ripe old age of 26 year, as you do. 🙂

Anthill then went on to be named Best Small Publisher In 2004 and 2005.

In early 2009, James shocked the publishing world by abandoning the print version of Anthill in favour of a 100% digital product.

Within six-months, was listed by Nielsen Online Ratings among the Top 50 Business & Finance websites in Australia and many other major publications are NOW following his lead and going solely online.

James is definitely a Business Addict. He has launched numerous digital ventures, including the Not-So-Freaky University, as well as helped countless other companies, both large and small, significantly improve their online commercial outcomes.

Most recently, James travelled all the way to Antartica to attend a conference because that’s the kind of thing us business addicts do.