Breaking Bad Habits: Melitta Hardenberg

Breaking Bad Habits: Melitta Hardenberg



In this episode Melitta Hardenberg from Breaking Bad Habits explains how to break bad habits and form new ones that will assist you in achieving your goals in business and life.

Melitta Hardenberg

Melitta Hardenberg, founder of Breaking Bad Habits, is known as the go-to habit breaker. Melitta comes from a corporate background, designing positive wellbeing programs and delivering them across thousands of people across Australia. Melitta has been featured on Channel 7, Yahoo, The West Australian, The Australian Management Magazine and her clients include NAB, KPMG, Woodside, WA Police and Edith Cowan University.

Melitta knows motivation might get you started, but habits are what will keep you going… or failing if the habits are bad. Melitta hasn’t yet met a habit she cannot break.

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Slow Living: Brooke McAlery

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.

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Stress Made Easy: Dr Linda Wilson

Stress Made Easy: Dr Linda Wilson


In this episode Dr Linda Wilson talks about how you can take control of the level of stress you experience on a daily basis, sharing insights into how you can use the latest neurological research, tools and techniques to create sustainable stress management for yourself.

Dr Linda Wilson

Dr Linda Wilson is the Author of Stress Made Easy – Peeling Women Off The Ceiling.

Based in Melbourne, Australia, Linda is a corporate wellness consultant and owns a multi-modality wellness practice. When not working with clients Linda has a weekly radio show focusing on stress management, health and wellbeing.

Linda incorporates the latest neurological research, tools and techniques to create sustainable stress management plans for her clients.

Informed by the philosophy of a degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine, a Graduate Diploma in Education (Health) and 17 years clinical experience as a stress management specialist, Linda understands that the capacity to change your mind changes your world. Linda has helped hundreds of clients better identify, understand and manage their stress.

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Taking Responsibility: Fiona Redding

Taking Responsibility: Fiona Redding


In this episode Fiona Redding talks about the importance of taking responsibility, explaining why you need to show up and take 100% responsibility for all aspects of your life and be accountable for who you are and where you are in your life.

Fiona Redding

As founder and Chief Happiness Hunter, Fiona has built a network and community that is focused on reciprocity, connection and well-being.

The Happiness Hunter is a mastermind on legs – with daily walks throughout Melbourne (they are free!), a Leadership Program, an on-line community, You Can Change Your Life Bootcamp, retreats, workshops and mind-set mentoring. Fiona is also a speaker, business strategist and consultant, as well as being the co-host of #BusinessAddicts the podcast (one of the best gigs EVER!).

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A Life Less Frantic: Kelly Exeter

A Life Less Frantic: Kelly Exeter


In this episode Kelly from KellyExeter.com talks about a life less frantic, sharing with us seven life changing tips to help #BusinessAddicts in daily life.

Kelly Exeter

Kelly Exeter is a mother of two, wife of one, author of Your Best Year Ever, owner of boutique design company Swish Design and editor of Australia’s largest online community of solo and micro business owners, Flying Solo. Yet she pens a blog titled ‘A Life Less Frantic’. Can someone that busy really lead A Life Less Frantic? That’s the journey Kelly’s been taking her readers on for five years.

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Who Holds You Back: Cherie McKay

Who Holds You Back: Cherie McKay


In this episode Cherie McKay talks about who really holds us back, sharing a personal story of self discovery that #BusinessAddicts will be able to relate to on different levels.

Cherie McKay

Melbournian to the heart, soon-to-be-divorced Mama of four boys who takes amazing photos most of the time, Cherie is an entrepreneur, very creative and sometimes downright ridiculous. It’s her intelligent and witty writing style that always manages to make even the most absurd situation into a hilarious story.  Cherie is currently working on a book based on her popular short stories (www.cheriemckay.com) as well as managing her photography business The Memory Supply Co.

After spending over ten years in the corporate sector, Cherie ventured into photography, quickly realising that the world didn’t need another backyard photographer – instead the world needed beautiful camera bags specifically designed for women. Cherie designed her own range of camera bags and founded the company SHUTTER|bag. Manufactured in China with distributors located in Australia, Europe and the USA, Cherie sold SHUTTER|bag in 2013. It was Cherie’s knowledge of social media and her innovative, sometimes risky style that grew her business quickly.

When she’s not using her written words to make people laugh, she’s writing to provoke thought, as well as encouraging and leading her readers to not only view the world with more empathy and love, but also the view themselves with more strength, love and success.

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