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All external pressure is off ladies! It’s time to listen to the inner pull. Mastering the art of knowing when to slow down and breathe vs. when to take action. It's time we value our desires. See your value. Own it. Communicate it. It’s time to become wildly #emotionallyuncomfortable This podcast will crack you open and force you to grow. Interviews and storytelling about business, emotional intelligence, creativity, love, being different, parenting, and more...
 
The Warrior Life teaches you how to be successful in all areas of your life. Warriors are mentally and physically strong, so the show focuses on complete health. Laying the foundation for a warrior’s life takes commitment and dedication to all aspects of your well-being. The show airs twice a week. Tuesdays are an expansive version of my weekly blog, which teaches you how to break through bad diet cycles and create positive relationships with food to achieve the body and life of your dreams. ...
 
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New Zealand has long history of struggling to get people to work in our hospitality sector. There have been called for the government to make it easier to bring in migrant labour, because businesses are struggling to hire despite offering good pay. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has underlined New Zealand's commitment to maintaining "truly independe…
 
New Zealand has long history of struggling to get people to work in our hospitality sector. There have been called for the government to make it easier to bring in migrant labour, because businesses are struggling to hire despite offering good pay. But, AUT School of Hospitality professor David Williamson told Heather du Plessis-Allan it's not just…
 
“You change the world by being yourself." – Yoko Ono In this episode, I talk about: Our reactions to the world happening around us and how we can create a meaningful impact The ways in which burnout is actually rewarded within society and how this affects us Acknowledging that change can be easy and how we can shift from "autopilot" to incorporatin…
 
Jacinda Ardern warned the UN has failed in its response to the Ukraine war - during a speech at a Sydney-based foreign affairs think-tank today. At the Lowry Institute, Ardern blamed the fault on the position taken by Russia in the Security Council. Democracy Project's Geoffrey Miller told Heather du Plessis-Allan New Zealand has taken the position…
 
The money being spent on the government's new supermarket watchdog's being questioned. Commerce and consumer affairs minister David Clark says he expects kiwis will save a lot of money as a result of the new role. Community leader and founder of Brown Butterbean Motivation, Dave Letele told Heather du Plessis-Allan this sort of bureaucracy isn't wh…
 
I’m starting to quite like labour MP Paul Eagle as a result of the spat he’s just had with the Wellington City Council. Paul eagle is the MP taking leave from parliament to run for mayor. He’s stuck a bunch of ‘VOTE EAGLE’ digital billboards up around the city ahead of the election in October But the social media warriors have got angry. They recko…
 
A Lower Hutt four square is taking on the capital's top eateries in this year's Wellington on a plate foodie festival. Kelson four square is entering the high-profile event with its very own chicken burger for the first time in August. Falgoon Patel joined Heather du Plessis-Allan to dicuss their Wellington on a plate submission. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
The Australian government has dropped the prosecution case against lawyer Bernard Collaery. The previous government charged Collaery with leaking information about the Australian government bugging East Timor government offices. Australian correspondent Murray Olds told Heather du Plessis-Allan the leaked information was about the carve up of a gas…
 
One in four kindergarten age children have sub-optimal developmental health. That's the latest research finding from the long-term Growing up in New Zealand study. The four-and-a-half-year-olds at a social and economic disadvantage, Maori and Pasifika children are more likely to be in that category. Lead author Dr Jin Russell told Heather Du Plessi…
 
The end is possibly near for Boris Johnson as two senior staffers call it quits. Underwater drones have been caught smuggling drugs from northern Africa into Spain. Wimbledon players and coaches have been maxing out their food allowances. UK correspondent Gavin Grey joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
Well that’s got to be it then. 77 percent of submitters want the Christchurch City Council to push ahead with the stadium as it is, never mind the cost. So I’d say that’s the decision made then. Looks to me like the Council has been sent a very clear message. They had more than 30,000 submissions on the stadium. That’s a huge amount of engagement. …
 
Business confidence has taken a dive this week. But what does mean for the Reserve Bank's decision on the OCR next week? The main issue for the Reserve Bank, however, is inflation. Infometrics chief forecaster Gareth Kiernan joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVEBy Newstalk ZB
 
Electricity prices have reached the highest sustained level on record. It reached €325 per megawatt-hour yesterday. A year ago, the average price was less than €50. Compared to here, we pay around $200. Milford Asset Management Investment Analyst Dr Deborah Lambie joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
Jacinda Ardern has stressed the need for regenerative tourism in Sydney. She said that we need to promote clean, green tourism and tourism that embeds Maori values. She also wants airlines to shift towards using cleaner types of fuel. NZ Herald Wellington Business Editor Jenée Tibshraeny joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
He Waka Eke Noa needs some critical tweaks to work. This is according to the Climate Change Commission. For now, they recommend cracking on with the existing plan to get farmers to pay for their climate emissions. Climate Change Commission chair Rod Carr joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVEBy Newstalk ZB
 
Jacinda Ardern has emphasised the need for regenerative tourism at a tourism conference in Sydney. She wants tourists who come down here to feel good about themselves when it comes to climate change. Covid case numbers have surpassed 10,000 for the first time since April. As a result, the debate to return to the Red light setting has returned, with…
 
The confirmed death toll from a mass shooting at an Independence Day parade in Chicago has risen to seven. The 21-year-old suspect has been charged with several counts of murder. US correspondent Katherine Firkin told Heather du Plessis-Allan the oldest identified victim was 88. “Tragically, the younger victims so far were the mother and father of …
 
Interest rates may have already reached their peak. In May 2020, borrowers taking out a standard one-year rate were paying an average of 3.2 percent, but that increased to just over 5 percent in May this year. It comes as ANZ, BNZ and Westpac cut their two-year fixed mortgage rates. Squirrel Mortgages CEO John Bolton says told Heather Du Plessis Al…
 
A new commissioner is being set up for supermarkets. The Government is setting it up to keep an eye on the sector to hold it to account and ramp up competition. It would be based within the Commerce Commission and review competition in the sector annually. Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister David Clark joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN AB…
 
Global oil prices slumped 10 percent overnight. But we may not make a noticeable difference to the price at the pump. AA Fuel Analyst Terry Collins told Heather du Plessis Allan we won't see the price go down immediately. “We’ve seen this before. It dropped down in early March, it did the same thing, it’s at the same levels, but it dropped 9.5 perc…
 
Regenerative tourism is the key message from the Prime Minister's speech at a tourism meeting in Sydney. Jacinda Ardern says she wants tourists who come down here to feel good about themselves when it comes to climate change. But just what does the Prime Minister mean when it comes to regenerative tourism? RealNZ CEO Stephen England-Hall joined Hea…
 
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