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POSTED 09 April 2019

Steve Sammartino is Australia’s leading futurist and international keynote speaker. He is the author of two best-selling tech strategy books: The Great Fragmentation (a technology strategy playbook) and The Lessons School Forgot (the industrialisation of teaching) and how to liberate our inner entrepreneur. As a tech entrepreneur and growth hacker, Steve has an intimate knowledge of the tools reshaping our world and how they affect business. He advises C-Suite executives for large corporations on their technology strategy and works with selected start-ups. 

POSTED 08 April 2019

Disruptive technology. The Blockchain revolution. Futurism. Start-ups and Entrepreneurship. These trending themes have been thrown around a lot lately. But no one has a more profound understanding of them (and the wider economy) than Steve Sammartino. Last year alone, Steve spoke to over 100,000 people in 14 countries, which is why he’s Australia’s leading futurist and international keynote speaker. Steve is currently working with the Australian Government on designing futureproof transport and education infrastructure.

POSTED 04 March 2019

Mark Wales is an extraordinarily skilled person. As a former SAS Troop Commander, Mark carries an impeccable military career that took him to Afghanistan on multiple tours, leading elite teams in the toughest and most stressful environments. Mark now dedicates his life to educating others on leadership, strategy and peak performance while under stress. Mark is a fresh and impressive speaker right from the opening line, delivering his message in a clear and engaging way that leaves his audience empowered.

Here Mark talks to us about how constantly examining your goal - your purpose - is a critical task.

POSTED 01 March 2019

Each and every year, our nation celebrates the achievements and contributions of Australians through the Australian of the Year Awards. These everyday Aussies inspire and challenge us to make our own contribution to create a better Australia. Needless to say, it takes a pretty special person to win this honour. Or, in this year’s case, persons.

POSTED 26 February 2019

Pauline Nguyen is one of Australia's most successful entrepreneurs. She is the owner of the Red Lantern, the most awarded Vietnamese restaurant in the world and author of her best-selling memoir Secrets of the Red Lantern. Pauline is an inspiring speaker who connects with her audience in a profound way - she helps awaken and focus people to change their own story for a better future.

POSTED 19 February 2019

Kate Munari is leading and succeeding as a female in a male-dominated workplace. She is the only female Australian Navy pilot to fly operationally in Afghanistan and has recently retired from the Royal Australian Navy after 17 years of service. As a speaker, Kate is engaging right from the start and will enthral any audience with stories from a harsh and unique workplace whilst inspiring everyone to realise that stereotypes and seemingly insurmountable odds shouldn’t stop them from pursuing their goals.

POSTED 12 February 2019

From a child soldier to a successful businesswoman, Fiori Giovanni’s story is one of facing impossible odds and overcoming them. Faced with an arranged marriage at 12, she defied her parents. Recruited into the Eritrean army at 14, she defied authority, sending her on a harrowing journey that crossed 5 continents and 20 countries in search of knowledge, personal growth and wisdom; eventually settling in Australia. Fiori is now a highly sought after keynote speaker and a respected Business and Executive Coach.

Inspirational Speaker Fiori has recently released her autobiography and has shared the first chapter with us.

POSTED 07 February 2019

Jeremy Meltzer is one of Australia’s leading entrepreneurs. He is a speaker on ‘business for purpose’ and the Founder of i=Change, Australia's fastest-growing social enterprise tech start-up. i=Change was a 2018 finalist for Optus Innovator of the Year and won Australia Post’s Online Retail Industry Award for ‘best-bootstrapped growth initiative’ - the first time a social enterprise won this award in Australia.

Here Jeremy shares insight into his journey co-founding and leading a tech start-up, with a focus on changing retail for good!

POSTED 31 January 2019

Michele Chevalley Hedge is a qualified nutritionist, health author and an expert in nutritional medicine, including mental health. She is the author of Beating Sugar Addictions for Dummies and her current book, The Australian Healthy Hormone Diet, is on the list of best-selling health books internationally. She is also an ambassador for Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution, Cure Cancer and The Heart Research Institute.

Here Michele shares her expertise about the role of nutrition for strong mental health and how you can get started improving your own wellbeing with her fabulous tips and advice.

POSTED 29 January 2019

Simon Griffiths is the Co-Founder and CEO of Who Gives A Crap, a profit-for-purpose toilet paper company that uses 50% of its profits to build toilets in the developing world. He is an outstanding entrepreneur and philanthropist who has built two social enterprises, generating donations of more than $1.9 million. His work has been covered by countless media outlets around the world, including The Huffington Post, MTV and The Stanford Social Innovation Review.

POSTED 21 January 2019

Michael McQueen understands what it takes to thrive in a rapidly evolving world. As a leading specialist in demographic shifts, change management and future trends, Michael features regularly as a commentator on TV and radio and has written six bestselling books. In 2015, Michael was named Australia’s Keynote Speaker of the Year and was inducted into the Speakers Halls of Fame.

Michael has shared a chapter of his new book Teaching for Tomorrow: A blueprint for future-proofing our schools, students and educational system.

POSTED 17 January 2019

Can't lose weight? Moody? Sleep deprivation? STOP beating yourself up! Maybe your hormones need a bit of nutritional tweaking. In only a few short pages you will see yourself, family members and friends in the REAL case studies and stories of change in this easy to follow and very ‘do-able’ book. This book is based on true stories of busy, time poor clients of Michele’s. Get inspired by David, 51, IT executive who gets a shock when he finds out his blood pressure is rocketing along with cholesterol and waistline and how he fixes it in 4 weeks! Read about Stephanie whos stressful job contributed to her grab-and-go food choices and poor sleep patterns – a risk factor in insulin resistance. Relate to Barbara's hormonal roller coaster with cortisol and why that created a big muffin top. Real people, real stories, amazing changes. 

POSTED 15 January 2019

Ambassador for The Gidget Foundation and R u OK?, Chelsea Pottenger is known for her great audience connection, warm energy and outstanding content as a thought leader in Mindfulness and productivity for the corporate world. An internationally accredited mindfulness and meditation practitioner, Chelsea has worked with big brands such as eBay, Uber, GrainCorp, Cook Medical, AON, Dexus Property and Mercedes-Benz.

POSTED 12 December 2018

Jason T. Smith is the Founder and Group Director of Australia's largest and fastest growing Physiotherapy network, the Back in Motion Health Group. He leads a team of over 500 staff in over 110 locations. Jason is the author of the best-selling book 'Get Yourself Back In Motion' and 'Outside-In Downside-Up Leadership: 50 insights from a true story of remarkable organisational change'. He regularly appears in the media as a popular contributor and presenter on leadership excellence, entrepreneurial business, and health and wellness.

Here the Leadership Speaker gives us insight into his background and business expertise.

POSTED 06 December 2018

Michael Crossland defied the odds of not only life-threatening cancer but was the sole survivor of a horrific cancer drug trial. He has shared his inspiring journey, speaking across 22 countries, with audiences now exceeding 500,000. His autobiography, 'Kids Don’t Get Cancer', is a number one bestseller. Michael shares with audiences his insight and experience on topics such as overcoming extreme adversity, embracing change and the power of optimism and resilience.

Here the Inspirational Speaker shares his thoughts on doing away with the 'To Do' list and replacing it with a 'To Stop' list, for one good reason - investing in yourself.

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