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New home or renovation on the cards? Chances are you’re worried about what it will cost, if you can afford it, and how you’ll avoid a budget blowout. You’re also probably nervous about how much time it will take and how it’s going to fit into your already busy life. And obviously you don’t want to stuff it all up, and end up with a home you wish you did differently. Enter your architectural fairy godmother, Amelia Lee. Amelia is an architect with over 20 years industry experience. She’s also ...
 
We have launched ‘7, 17, 70’ – a series of one-on-one podcast interviews with dynamic, high-profile entrepreneurs. From Pitcher & Piano to Monica Vinader, Piper has been helping to build and support brands for more than 30 years. ‘7, 17, 70’ refers to the three critical stages it believes businesses will encounter where a step change is required to fuel sustainable growth. The figures relate most often to sales levels and site numbers, where Piper has frequently witnessed the requirement for ...
 
Hosted by Tenecia Nicole, Beyond the Bookshelf explores the backstory behind the book. After working with a few high profile authors, Tenecia Nicole discovered the backstory behind the book was just as powerful as the book itself. She saw a void in the market for this type of content and filled it with Beyond the Bookshelf. On the show, Tenecia Nicole has one-on-one conversations with authors and together they discuss the backstory behind their books. Join her as she explores the unknown wit ...
 
I Share Hope is a series of interviews with world leaders discussing their beliefs and experiences with hope and how they use hope on a daily basis in their own life and in the lives of others. They discuss real stories from their past and cover such topics as experience, relationships, failure, success, coping, depression, suicide, acceptance, business, psychological issues, illness, inspirational and motivational ideas, life, vision, goal setting, love, family, friends, strength, action st ...
 
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This is episode 192 of the Get it Right podcast. In this episode, I’ll be talking about being stuck. That frustrating feeling when you’re in the midst of your project, and you’re just finding it super hard to take any action. You’re paralysed. Unable to move forward. It may be because you have a design you don’t love, and you’re not sure what to do…
 
This is episode 191 of the Get it Right podcast. In this episode, I’ll be talking about those who are working with someone right now on your home design, exploring all the options, reviewing sketches of floor plans being presented to you, and you’re loving all the possibilities and ideas. If you’re working with an architect or a building designer, …
 
This is episode 190 of the Get it Right podcast. In this episode I’ll be talking about those who are DIY’ing their design, and know that soon they’ll be on the hunt for a builder to make it a reality. There are many, many homeowners who design their own home from scratch, and then go straight to a builder. They see it as a means of maintaining full…
 
This is episode 189 of the Get it Right podcast. In this episode I’ll be covering the kick-off stage of your project. This is where you’re past the ideas stage, and know you want to get going, but you’re not sure about who to hire or next steps, and who you should speak to first. We’ll be covering the mistakes to avoid, the key ways to get it right…
 
This is episode 188 of the Get it Right podcast. In this episode, I’ll be helping you learn how to get it right if you’re at the stage in your project where you’re dreaming up ideas, and scrolling Pinterest, Houzz and Google. SHOW NOTES: If you’re struggling with understanding the overall steps for your project, what you should be focussing on and …
 
This is episode 187 of the Get it Right podcast. In this episode, I’ll be talking about getting serious about your project, and how this can be THE pathway to having real fun whilst you design, build and renovate your family home. SHOW NOTES: If you’re struggling with understanding the overall steps for your project, what you should be focussing on…
 
This season is all about helping you take action. This season is going to help you, whatever stage you’re at, take your next best steps. To avoid the mistakes many make, and have some goals to aim for, and clear action steps to achieve them. And in this episode, I kick off this season by sharing the story of how Undercover Architect all began, and …
 
In this episode, Tenecia Nicole sits with author Cassidy Lee and they discussed her new book Finding Peace During the Healing Process: 21- Day Devotional. The devotional helped Tenecia through a difficult time in her professional life and the conversation with Cassidy was truly a godsend. Hope you enjoy. From the Author: My writing ministry grew fr…
 
I’m super excited to be bringing this episode to you. Because in it, I’m going to share with you some really fantastic news if you’re designing, building or renovating your future home, and share with you some great insight into what will ultimately create that feel-good home you can’t wait to live in. SHOW NOTES: Since I started Undercover Archite…
 
This is a special episode where I’ll be sharing how to choose the right builder and some of the mistakes I see homeowners make when it comes to selecting the builder for their new home or renovation project. SHOW NOTES: Before we jump into the episode, I want to mention a mini-course that I created a little while ago and have been super excited to …
 
Hello! I’m back with Part 2 and more of my recap of the Australian Bushfire Building Conference. There was a consistent theme to the conference about the role you as a homeowner, living in your home, can do to ensure its bushfire resistance - that can actually have a more significant impact than its construction. Something that’s not just about its…
 
In this episode, Tenecia Nicole sits with Michelle Mitchell and they discuss the backstory behind her book Truth Is... Tenecia fell in love with this story and she also fell in love with a lot of the characters. Tenecia and Michelle also discussed Michelle’s second book (in this series) entitled Infamous and that book goes into a deeper story with …
 
Hello! It’s been an amazing season on the podcast so far, and it’s been great to hear from those of you who have found this information helpful. And thanks to those of you who have been reviewing the podcast so it can reach more people, and also sharing this resource with others who need to hear it. I’m so, so grateful that you’re getting this podc…
 
In this episode, Tenecia Nicole sits with Kimberley Carter Spivey and they discuss the backstory behind Kim's book Bloom: How to Get from Good Enough to a Life You Love. They discuss the titles behind the chapters in the book, how Kim drew from her own personal and professional experiences during the writing process, why she decided to include, scr…
 
Hello! It’s the last part of my conversation with David Keane from Solve My Claim, in what’s been an amazing interview (over 5 episodes) full of such helpful information and insights into home and contents insurance, insurance claims, and how to ensure you’re protected when you need to be. Solve my Claim provides expert support and assistance to an…
 
In this episode Tenecia Nicole sits with Amelia (Starr) Isom and they discuss the backstory behind her book The Many Facets of A. Starr: Purifying Truths. Together they discussed, Amelia's three Moms (her biological mother, her grandmother and woman she calls mommy) and the impartations she received from each of them and they also discussed her rel…
 
Hello! In this episode, I’m back with more from David Keane, Solve My Claim. Solve my Claim provides expert support and assistance to anyone struggling with their insurance claims. David is an expert on all things home and content insurance, and he’s going to help us understand and decipher the differences between insurance policies, and what to ch…
 
"Life rotates in cycles, and if you’re not careful you can end up on a road not meant for you to travel. For a young girl plagued by her family's past, her path is just beginning." In this episode, Tenecia Nicole sits with JC Miller and they discuss her series I Am Rahab: A Novel. They explore the biblical story of Rahab and the creation JC Miller …
 
I’m back with Part 2 of my conversation with Amy Beattie, Mortgage Broker and owner of Good Green Home Loans. We’re covering more info about financing your new build or renovation. This will include talking about some of the many factors that banks and lenders consider to determine your viability, and the fact that banks can put black marks on post…
 
In this episode, Tenecia Nicole sits with Rhonda Starling and they discuss the backstory behind her book Bittersweet: A Single Woman's Guide to Becoming Happy & Whole Again. This is a special episode where Tenecia Nicole also shares her journey to becoming happy and whole as an unmarried woman. Show Links: Bittersweet: A Single Woman’s Guide to Bec…
 
I’m looking forward to this episode and introducing Amy Beattie to you. Amy is a Mortgage Broker and owner of Good Green Home Loans, a mortgage broking business that puts sustainability at the forefront of its lending decisions. This is part 1 of my conversation with Amy, and in it, she shares loads of helpful information about borrowing for your r…
 
In this episode Tenecia Nicole sits with Sunflower The DJ and they discuss the story of how Sunflower survived her abuser and herself. It’s a powerful episode that everyone should hear. Show Links: Beat Face: The Story of Surviving My Abuser and Myself by Sunflower The DJ The Purple Print Her Imprint: Lessons in love, relationships and womanhood as…
 
Hello! This episode is Part 2 of my conversation with Andy Marlow and Dick Clarke from Envirotecture. In this episode, we’re talking about Passive House, and specifically discussing the opportunity it provides to protect your indoor air quality. The bushfires and smoke pollution that many areas in Australia suffered from really tested the air filtr…
 
In this episode Tenecia Nicole sits with Khaliyl Adisa and they discuss his latest book Adulterated: Poison & Venom, along with his first book Chesstise. Together they talk about the backstory behind the characters from both books and discuss his upcoming book Chesstise 2. Show Notes: Amazon Link to Khaliyl's Books: https://www.amazon.com/s?k=khali…
 
Hello! This is the first of 2 episodes where I’ll be sharing my conversation with Andy Marlow and Dick Clarke from Envirotecture, a building design and architecture practice in Sydney specialising in sustainable and passivhaus homes. This conversation is packed full of fantastic advice and insights into how you design a home that is affordable and …
 
In this episode I sit with Sherron Elise, we discuss the backstory behind her book All That Glitters and we talk about a few of her other books as well. We also discuss Christian Fiction, the self publishing process and tips for aspiring authors. Hope you enjoy! Links: http://sherronelise.com/ https://www.amazon.com/kindle-dbs/entity/author/B01NBO0…
 
Hello! This episode is Part 2 of my conversation with architect, Julie Firkin. In this episode, we’re talking about Bushfire Community Centres, working with architects in the recovery efforts, and what it means to help someone after such a traumatic event. If you haven’t listened to Part 1 of my conversation with Julie Firkin where we discussed the…
 
“ You have to see all of your students as a genius” -Dr. Harrison Jones IV In this episode, I sit with Dr. Harrison Jones IV and we discuss the backstory behind his book I Used to Hate School. We also talk about the pandemic, the effect it has on virtual learning, and what the future of school could look like. Links: https://www.amazon.com/USED-Hat…
 
In this episode, I’ll be talking about what’s been done in the past to help homeowners with the design of their homes when rebuilding after bushfire. I’ll also be sharing some specific resources you can access if you need design help with your rebuild. And I’ll be introducing architect Julie Firkin to you. She’ll be sharing some insights about bush…
 
In this episode, Tenecia Nicole Host of Beyond the Bookshelf, sits down and discusses the backstory behind her book Her Imprint. She tells the story behind her writing, editing and self publishing process and she talks about why she hasn't read her book since it was first published. This episode, as well as her book, is dedicated to Tenecia's Mothe…
 
This episode is Part 2 of my conversation with Jeff Dau, from Ember Bushfire Consulting. In this episode, I’ll be talking more with Jeff about building and renovating in bushfire prone areas, or on land that has a bushfire overlay. Specifically, we’ll be discussing how to manage a BAL 40 or BAL Flame Zone rating, understanding distances to vegetati…
 
In this episode, we meet Jeff Dau, who is a bushfire consultant. If you have a bushfire overlay, or discover any type of bushfire requirements on your land’s zoning, a bushfire consultant will be an essential team member to help shape your design, and your approach to building well. This is part 1 of my conversation with Jeff Dau, and is packed ful…
 
This episode is Part 3 of my conversation with David Clarke from Solve My Claim. In it, David will be helping us understand some specific terminology in your insurance policy, and also how to protect yourself when making your claims. If you haven’t listened to Part 1 or Part 2, pause this podcast, and head back do that now. We’ll be here when you g…
 
In this episode, we’ll be talking with David Keane, from Solve My Claim. We’re specifically talking about insurance claims, and what might happen if you don’t want to rebuild what you lost, or have only suffered partial damage to your property. If you haven’t listened to Part 1, pause this podcast, and head back do that now. We’ll be here when you …
 
Hello! In this episode, I’m kicking off a 3-part episode conversation with David Keane from Solve My Claim. Solve my Claim provides expert support and assistance to anyone struggling with their insurance claims. And having gone through this personally, I’m so glad to introduce David Keane to you. If you ever need to purchase insurance for your home…
 
Hello! This episode is Part 2 of my conversation with Chris Clarke. In it, we hear more about how Chris dealt with losing his home in the Black Saturday fires of 2009, and rebuilt on the same site to create the incredible home, Callignee II. If you haven’t listened to Part 1, pause this podcast, and head back do that now. We’ll be here when you get…
 
Picture this. You've spent 10 years planning your dream home on a site in the Gippsland region of Victoria. It took 2 years of that time to build it. You call it Callignee, and it's stunning. Two weeks after you're finished, it's burned to the ground in the Black Saturday fires in 2009. This was the experience of Chris Clarke. Chris rebuilt on the …
 
Be sure to subscribe to this season, and also head to Undercover Architect’s YouTube Channel for video interviews. All interview transcripts are available at www.undercoverarchitect.com/rebuild Welcome to the first and introductory episode of Season 12, Rebuild + Build Better. This season of the podcast is a range of conversations with some fantast…
 
Hello! This episode is a one-off I’m doing to catch you up on a few things that have been happening behind the scenes at Undercover Architect and to also share news on what’s on the horizon. I’ve got some super helpful info in this episode, so stay tuned. SHOW NOTES: It’s been a very strange time (COVID19, preceded by fires, floods, and where we li…
 
This, believe it or not, is our final episode for what has been an epic season called “Interior Design Basics”. So, stay tuned, as I do a wrap-up for the season, give you some extra tips and ideas for your home’s interiors, and share some other great info with you. SHOW NOTES: As I said upfront, Interior Design Basics has been an epic season … with…
 
We’re back this week with the gorgeous Jessica Bellef, freelance stylist and author of the amazing book “Individual: Inspiration for creating a home that is uniquely your own”. This is part 2 of my conversation with her, so if you haven’t listened to the last episode and Part 1, then stop now … and go back to do that straight away. We’ll be here wh…
 
This is the first in a 2-part interview with Jessica Bellef, freelance stylist, and author of “Individual: Inspiration for creating a home that is uniquely your own”. I’m super excited to be bringing Jess to you, and sharing all her amazing insight and tips for creating a home that truly suits and reflects you. Let’s dive in. SHOW NOTES: A showroom…
 
My guest for this episode is Craig Thomas, Managing Director of Caribou. With over 20 years in the industry, he is SUPER passionate about lighting and the impact it can have on how our homes look, feel and function. He’s got loads of helpful tips to share with you. SHOW NOTES: Homeowners often create their lighting design through early conversation…
 
This episode is the second of a 2-part interview I have with Evan Montero, Co-founder and managing director of DIY Blinds … so if you haven’t listened to the last episode, stop now, and go back and listen to it now. Or, stay tuned to listen to part 2 of my conversation with Evan. SHOW NOTES: Plantation Shutters have become a popular choice for wind…
 
People who are renovating or building new will often leave window furnishings until the last minute, or until after they’ve moved in. As a result, they miss huge opportunities. So, this episode and the next will be brilliant for you to see what’s possible, and why thinking about them during the design phase is so important. DIY Blinds is an online …
 
Choosing the best paint product can seem confusing. Are they really that different? The answer is “YES”, and this episode shares why. Josh is the Interior Products Technical Manager at the DuluxGroup. What does that mean? Well, Josh and his team are the ones responsible for all the science and technology behind the paints and products created by Du…
 
Frances and I see homeowners regularly make some common mistakes when it comes to their interior design. This can be related to who they choose, how they go about their design and selections, decisions they make about specific elements of their interior design elements they forget to consider in the design phase that then get stuffed up during cons…
 
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