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In depth interviews with people who are living with purpose and having a positive impact in our world. We listen as host Steven Moe asks about their life journeys and what has shaped them into who they are today.
 
Think business is boring? This podcast proves it's anything but. Join Simon Pound as he talks to everyone from accidental entrepreneurs to industry leaders about their business journeys and what propelled them to where they are today. Made in partnership with Spark Lab. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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Sanitation (the management of human faeces, urine and menstrual blood) might not sound like an appetising topic for a podcast, but the truth is, everybody has to go to the bathroom. The lack of proper sanitation is recognised as one of the biggest threats facing the world today. The problem is not simply confined to emerging nations or remote communities. It affects us all. Originally created to help portable restroom operators improve their performance, Get Flushed has become the place for ...
 
Multi-Exit Entrepreneur, FORTUNE 100 Content Consultant & Global Speaker. Based between San Francisco, USA & Auckland, New Zealand. National Champion Ex-Professional Snowboarder & Snowboard World Championships Silver Medalist, Olympics TV Commentator & Executive Producer with over 20+ years experience in the media industry.
 
Welcome. I’m Andrew Henderson – perpetual traveler, international entrepreneur, and citizen of the world. Each week, I share tips and insights gleaned from my world travels on how you can find more freedom, grow and protect your assets, and live a radical life on your own terms. I help you achieve your own freedom with my daily field reports, weekly syndicated radio shows, helpful products, and live events. Every year, I travel to about one dozen new countries (sometimes many more) in search ...
 
The Rocking Midlife® Podcast's mission is to encourage women over 40 that life can ROCK in their next season. Hosted by Cat Coluccio, a vibrant speaker, entrepreneur, author, life and business coach who resides in New Zealand, Rocking Midlife® features real, unscripted conversations with amazing midlifers from around the globe. From menopause, to reinventing your life, to finances, to sex – no subject is off limits. Rocking Midlife® will inspire and motivate you to be brave, to stop procrast ...
 
It's not all rapid growth, million dollar investors and global success. Hear the stories of every day tech startup founders, how they got started, the mistakes they made and learnt from, and the bits they got right. Learn what it takes to be a founder and how to last the distance. We are Custom D, web and mobile app developers, and in this series we interview our clients to see what it takes to get an idea from startup through to early stage company.
 
Podcasting since 2004, Jonathan Mosen MNZM is a totally blind Chief Executive, advocate, entrepreneur, technology expert and broadcaster. Direct from his studio in Wellington New Zealand, Jonathan talks about anything that takes his fancy this week, from helping you make sense of technology to music to politics to disability issues and much more. And listeners love to talk back. It's a captivating listen in which you can be informed, entertained, amused, in strong agreement and strong frustr ...
 
Think of this as the coffee you don't have time for each week ☕️ Sharing stories of awesome people doing amazing things. Loose chat, good vibes, and serious inspiration & value. We have meaningful chats to educate and inspire both myself and you on everything personal growth, business, & life - sharing mine and others stories, learnings, and experiences. Come listen in on the conversation - enjoy. 🎧
 
Join multi-award winning teacher and researcher from the University of Canterbury, Professor Ekant Veer, as he chats with friends about marketing, society, consumers and consumption in this educational podcast designed to support your own understanding and learning. Various chats, whakaaro, kōrero, discussions and questions.
 
Real combat stories from the military's elite. This podcast highlights the courageous, outrageous, crazy, and surreal experiences veterans recall from their toughest days in the foxhole, cockpit, and front lines. We interview JTACs, Special Operators (Delta), Special Forces, Jet Pilots, Combat Aviators, Infrantrymen, Marines, and vets from over 50 years of combat experience. Interviews touch on the toughest missions these vets faced, how they handled them, their first combat experiences, how ...
 
WORKSHOPS THAT HELP YOU SURVIVE AND THRIVE - I help people set up and manage their PERSONAL BRANDING and I provide educational training to help you survive and thrive in business. I am continuously producing WORKSHOPS of value to people who want to get the best out of technology.
 
Matthew Horncastle and Blair Chappell are two young business owners from New Zealand, growing their international development company, Williams Corporation, at an incredible pace. Join them as they share the good, the bad, and the ugly of the business world. Weekly the boys will dive into topics including the property market, how to be a leader, business communications, and balancing priorities and happiness. Whether you are an inspiring entrepreneur or just interested in the property market ...
 
Indie Worldwide is where indie hackers come to meet other indie hackers. Every week we interview a successful startup founder, indie maker, or bootstrapper and find out how they did it. Each episode is packed with actionable growth strategies and proven tactics for building your indie startup. Catch our recorded interviews here, or check out one of our multiple monthly live meetups: https://indieworldwide.co/ See you there 🌎🌍🌏 Hosted by Anthony Castrio
 
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Jonathan Graeupner and Kevin Burton

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This is Minimally Viable - the podcast for founders by founders. We interview other early-stage entrepreneurs, mentors, advisors, and investors on all topics relevant to early-stage startups from PMF to growth, fundraising, hiring, and all things related to early-stage startups
 
Marketing your business has become a $hit-show. Everyone tells you to do it differently and that you need to do MORE. That's baloney. This podcast is based on the ridiculously simple 7-step Client Stampede formula that can be used by any business, in any industry to attract all the clients you can handle. Each episode is bite-sized (a couple minutes), sometimes funny - and always inspirational. Delivered in a New Zealand accent, now you can hear first hand from the trenches the kind of marke ...
 
Enjoy The Journey is a podcast created by the founders of Aureus Financial, Jackson Millan- The Wealth Mentor and Sam Panetta. Both Jackson and Sam have lived and breathed small business for over a decade, trying to unlock all of the secrets that determine the difference between a successful entrepreneur, and a no-so-successful one. Our podcast Enjoy The Journey aims to take a dive into the lives of interesting entrepreneurs that inspire us, discuss their business journey, their motivating f ...
 
Kalgera is a platform that protects financial wellbeing, through two groundbreaking products. The first is an app that securely connects bank accounts and alerts loved ones, carers or friends to suspicious activity. Kalgera also helps banks better protect their vulnerable customers by detecting if they are at risk of financial harm. Listen to our podcast to learn more about tech, financial wellbeing and healthy ageing with tips on improving your financial resilience.
 
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Hamish Mexted & Riann Umaga-Marshall

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Join Hamish Mexted and Riann Umaga-Marshall, Directors of the award winning Convex Accounting, as they interview a wide range of local NZ business owners, and other personalities with business related experience. Every 2 weeks, guests will share their real world, New Zealand experiences and learnings to help you build a better business. They are real New Zealanders, with real small business stories, so be sure to tune in!
 
Insights into Success has been created to give small business owners and entrepreneurs around the world, never before access to successful business people to hear about their "warts and all" journey to success. There is no "sugar coating", we want to hear the truth so our listeners can have realistic expectations and therefore be better prepared to succeed! We specifically want to know, just how close they came to failure and why they think they ultimately succeeded. What do they think our l ...
 
Hi! I'm Frida Kabo, and I'm deeply passionate about helping Sensitive Coaches, and Changemakers create success with the help of their sensitivity. In this fast phased world, I believe that we with a sensitive stroke (HSP, Sensitive, Introvert, Intuitive, empath) have an important mission. These days, I'm the founder of Sensitive Success Circle - the mastermind for Sensitive Coaches and changemakers who want to create success their own way, but not alone. I'm also a wife, mum to two almost te ...
 
We interview founders and experts to showcase their war stories and success stories to our audience. We want to extract the tactics, tools, routines and lessons that our guests have picked up throughout their personal and career/business journey, so our audience can be inspired as well as take something practical away from the podcast.
 
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Avi Shenkin and Steven Male

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🎙 Our podcast 🎙is about human centred led people/companies - we will be hosting 🥝 kiwis 🥝(plus some international guests) from all industries, like business, design, customer experience, sales, tech etc. To tell us about their process, experiences and what does human centre means to them 🍻 Each of us has the knowledge and experiences they accumulated through life. ✨ Learning from the experience of others is one of the things that accelerate the progress of work and the understanding of how t ...
 
This is the interview series that looks at the little steps taken to make ordinary people extraordinary. Udhara de Silva and his co-hosts have fascinating conversations with artists, adventurers, thought leaders, entrepreneurs, misfits and rebels to show that there's something to learn from every journey.
 
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Xero Australia and New Zealand

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Xero In helps business leaders realise their dreams with practical insights and growth strategies that work. Co-hosts Jeanne-Vida Douglas and Xero evangelist Rob Stone host this weekly podcast for Australian and New Zealand small business leaders who aren’t content with ordinary. Join them to discover practical insights that help you stay in control, find new customers and keep your accounting books in order. Each week you’ll hear interviews with the best minds in small business, covering to ...
 
People that move talk about the things that matter most with host Oliver Happy. They each share their journey and talk about the things that matter most. Originally from Aotearoa (New Zealand), Oliver has lived overseas for 17 years and counting, including a decade in Australia. Now based in the UK, the experience of moving and an interest in diverse walks of life form running themes. Topics include: Travel, moving country for work, work-life balance, health and wellbeing, mindfulness, medit ...
 
Offshoring and Outsourcing Philippines is produced by Vertical Internet Media Limited to provide insights and information about BPO industry in the Philippines as it may apply to customers in Australia, New Zealand, US, UK, Canada, and in fact, anywhere in the world. The podcast is produced as entertainment and should not be relied on for any business decision making without the listener independently ascertaining the situation and facts for themselves. The opinions expressed on this podcast ...
 
Experienced world traveler, expat and Her Packing List founder, Brooke Schoenman, helps women to pack smarter and travel more confidently. Through interviews with female travelers, and insights from her own adventures, Brooke delves into topics related to packing light, backpacking, long-term travel, budget travel, solo female travel, and travel gear. Listeners will learn all the best tips and tricks for successful packing and travel prep, as well as how to become a savvy explorer on the roa ...
 
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Today we hear our first Combat Story from a member of our close partners in New Zealand: Joe Hotai. Joe successfully completed not only the New Zealand SAS Selection and Training Course, but then (likely because he enjoys pain) also went on to complete the Australian SAS Selection and Training course. Joe then served in combat with the Australian S…
 
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Well, that’s a rubbish free trade deal. I think we can accept that as fact given pretty much everyone who knows anything about what they’re talking about is unimpressed with it. Meat and dairy have been shafted. There is nothing to celebrate in this for them. Beef exporters are only allowed to provide 0.1 percent of the meat that Europeans eat. Che…
 
A Danish Parliament-appointed commission has harshly criticized the country's government for its decision to cull millions of healthy mink at the height of the coronavirus pandemic to protect humans from a mutation of the virus. The 2020 decision to wipe out Denmark's entire captive mink population had stirred strong controversy, particularly as th…
 
Chinese leader Xi Jinping arrived Thursday in Hong Kong to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the British handover of a city that his rule has transformed from a global hub known for its political freedoms to one that is much more tightly controlled by the Communist Party. In a staged event carried live on Chinese TV, students and others lined the p…
 
New Zealand and the EU has signed a free trade agreement. The Government say this will grow exports to the EU by $1.8 billion a year by 2035. However, meat and dairy aren't happy with it, given how much they are allowed to provide Europe from their respective sectors. Business commentator Rod Oram joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
The Reserve Bank has said the tide has turned against housing being a one-way bet for investment. And once again, the central bank is also predicting a drop in house prices. This time, they're predicting a drop of around 15 percent. Housing commentator Ashley Church joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
The All Blacks' first test of the year takes place this weekend against Ireland. The team will be without Will Jordan, David Havili, Joe Moody, Anton Lienert-Brown, Akira Ioane and Ethan Blackadder to Covid, with Scott Barrett forced to play at No 6 this weekend. The Irish have won the last 3 out of 5 tests, but the All Blacks remain unbeaten at Ed…
 
The All Blacks play Ireland at Eden Park on Saturday in their first test of the year. Recent results favour the Irish with 3 wins out of the last 5 against the All Blacks, but Ireland have never beaten the All Blacks in New Zealand. To make it even harder for the Irish, the All Blacks still haven't lost at Eden Park since 1994. Irish rugby commenta…
 
Countdown has decided to start phasing out single-use plastic produce bags. They're the bags used to pick up fruit and vegetables in the produce section in supermarkets. They'll start this process by trialling in a selection of stores. Countdown spokesperson Pieter de Wet joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOUT…
 
Business leaders say it's fair for the dairy and meat sectors to be disappointed in the new free trade agreement. It's been struck between the EU and New Zealand, but dairy and meat will still face tariffs and much lower quotas than they hoped for. NZ International Business Forum's Stephen Jacobi told Heather du Plessis-Allan the EU simply isn't wi…
 
Assurances health services won't be disrupted in the middle of a winter rush as the system restructures. The nation's 20 District Health Boards were officially scrapped today to make way for one centralised agency – Health New Zealand. The Maori Health Authority has also launched, and will be responsible for ensuring the system works well for Tanga…
 
New Zealand has struck an FTA with the EU. The Government say this will grow exports to the EU to $1.8 billion a year by 2035, but the meat industry says we've got a raw deal from it, while the dairy sector hasn't fared much better. Some clarity on Ihumatao. The Government stepped in to buy the land from Fletcher back in 2020, and today Maori Devel…
 
The Supreme Court curbed the Environmental Protection Agency's ability to broadly regulate carbon emissions from existing power plants, a major defeat for the Biden administration's attempts to slash emissions at a moment when scientists are sounding alarms about the accelerating pace of global warming. In addition, the court cut back agency author…
 
The All Blacks' test series with Ireland kicks off tomorrow night and it couldn't be tighter. Although recent history favours the Irish, with 3 wins from the last 5, the All Blacks haven't been beaten at Eden Park for 28 years. The Warriors make their long-waited homecoming these weekend. It's been over 1000 days since the team played at Mt Smart a…
 
Stratford District Council has introduced a targeted rate for forestry plantation owners to repair damaged roads. It says the roads can't cope with large trucks and owners should be doing their part on upkeep. District Council Mayor Neil Volzke told Heather du Plessis Allan there's a huge amount of damage happening. “An example recently was one sma…
 
Meet Nomad Dad at Nomad Capitalist Live 2022 - September 21-24 in the most vibrant city in the world, Mexico City: https://nomadcapitalist.com/live/ Find out Our Tips, Tricks, and Latest Research by Joining our Newsletter https://nomadcapitalist.com/email Any major life decision, no matter what it is, will come with a certain level of doubt or ques…
 
Should we be outraged at Geoff Ross for their farming techniques? The entrepreneur has been labelled woke for his sheep shearing techniques on his carbon-zero Lake Hawea farm. These include having sheep bouncing on mattresses and playing classical music while shearing. The Country host Jamie Mackay joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
NZ Herald journalist Megan Wood has reported she has had to see private tuition after learning her 9-year-old son couldn’t read. It comes as our literacy rates have significantly dropped off since changing learning to read from phonics to word association in 1970. Epidemiologist Michael Baker has suggested isolation for the flu and treat the diseas…
 
Prince Charles has denied any wrongdoing in accepting money as a charity donation from a Qatari politician. Cocaine smugglers have been bribing port staff. Captain Tom Moore's charity will face a formal inquiry over management concerns. UK correspondent Enda Brady joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
The investing landscape has changed pretty dramatically over the last 12 months. This time last year, global inflation was running at around 2 percent, central banks talking raising interest rates wasn't on the cards and global stock market volatility was low. Today, inflation is running at 9 percent, interest rates have gone up 6 times in the US a…
 
Journalist Megan Wood says she’s having to pay $120 a week if she wants her 8-year-old son to be able to read. She’s gone to private tuition after trying for two years to work out why her son wasn’t picking literacy up in school. Megan Wood joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVEBy Newstalk ZB
 
Trade negotiations with the European Union are down to the wire. The Prime Minister is in Brussels with an aim to conclude talks over a free trade deal with the EU which have continued for roughly for years. A senior political reporter travelling with the delegation says the European negotiators are running down the clock until the very last minute…
 
I don’t know why we try to reinvent the wheel sometimes. It’s becoming more and more obvious that we made a huge mistake 50 years ago changing the way we teach kids to read when we stopped teaching phonics. There’s a great article in the Herald today written by Megan Wood. She is a journalist and she’s also a mum. She tells the story of her almost …
 
The June ANZ Business Outlook survey showed firms are increasingly pessimistic about the outlook for activity and profitability. However, it is the ongoing issues of inflation and an economy running at capacity causing most headaches, not recessionary forces. The data would do nothing to ease RBNZ concerns about the potential for a wage-price spira…
 
An Auckland University professor says his students have come back to uni despondent after the Covid lockdowns. Professor Robert MacCulloch says students can no longer see a future and have also lost their buzz and mojo. Auckland University macroeconomics professor Robert MacCulloch joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
A wake-up call for landlords, with property managers warning the market has changed. Rentals are staying vacant for 1 to 2 months before being re-tenanted because of a lack of inquiries. Residential Property Managers Association chairman David Pearse told Heather du Plessis-Allan there are multiple reasons why the market has turned - including a la…
 
A top epidemiologist is urging flu patients to manage their illness the same way as with Covid-19. Otago University's Michael Baker has raised concerns about the number of people going out and about with flu symptoms. He says we need to promote an environment whereby people are supported not to go to work if they are sick. Baker told Heather du Ple…
 
The head of New Zealand's foreign ministry says there is "no question" Russian troll farms have been spreading disinformation online here under direction from the Kremlin. Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade chief executive Chris Seed said intelligence provided by the Five Eyes security alliance showed a "high degree of assurance" Russian-sourced…
 
Anthony Albanese has joined world leaders in sending a “strong message” to Russia and China, as the world warns the rules-based order is under significant threat from ‘barbarism’. On the sidelines of the NATO summit in Madrid, the Prime Minister joined his New Zealand, Japanese and Korean counterparts – the AP4 group – to discuss the threats facing…
 
The All Blacks have named their starting XV for their first test this year. In a Covid-hit team, Leicester Fainga'anuku is the only debutant, while Richie Mo'unga will come off the bench and Scott Barrett starts in the No 6 role. Scrum coach Greg Feek is also now the latest to sit out Saturday with after testing positive for Covid, while Mark Telea…
 
A Country Calendar episode about Australasia’s first certified carbon-zero farm has received a tsunami of backlash. The episode about Geoff and Justine Ross’ Lake Hawea farm has become the most viewed episode of the series. The farm uses alternative techniques in the wool shed as well. Entrepreneur and farmer Geoff Ross joined Heather du Plessis-Al…
 
The Kiwi owners of a laundry detergent brand labelled "worse than water" in a recent Consumer NZ tests are disputing the results and could take legal action. Grant Taylor and Renee Lee's Re.Stor laundry sheets performed "terribly" at removing stains according to the Consumer NZ test published this week. According to the Consumer NZ tests the tropic…
 
If you’re a coach and changemaker in the online space you’re probably bombarded with tips and ideas on how to get your business successful. Sometimes it feels like everyone has found the magic bullet, and if you only did what they have done, you would be successful too! In this episode, I want to share some thoughts that I have found useful around …
 
MazumaGo began as a payment service for small businesses, but speaking with business owners in the construction industry made Matthew Smith and his Co-Founder realize which industry needed it the most! Regardless of size, most construction businesses were still using checks to send and receive payments, resulting in long payment delays and cash flo…
 
Rachel Taulelei is strong advocate for the Māori economy and sustainability, and her connection to her Māoritanga has been vital in her career – from founding sustainable fishery Yellow Brick Road, to being CEO of food and beverage company Kono. Now at the helm of Oho, an Aotearoa business design and brand strategy firm, Rachel joins Simon and Bria…
 
Check out The Nomad Passport Index 2022: The World's Best Passports https://nomadcapitalist.com/nomad-passport-index/ And this is our Passport Index on CNBC: https://www.cnbc.com/2022/03/29/which-countries-have-the-best-passports-most-are-in-europe.html A second passport will ensure that you reap all the benefits – tax optimization, improved travel…
 
The Government has announced its plan to get Wellington moving. A light rail from the city to Island Bay and a new multipurpose tunnel under Mt Victoria is also being built with two lanes each for cars and public transport. Andrew Little has said the health system is 'managing'. It comes in response to a letter from the country's DHB warning of "cr…
 
We're past the halfway point of the year. So far sharemarkets are predicting a major economic slowdown, due to effects from Covid-19 and inflation rates. The first six months of this year is one of the worst starts in history for shares and bonds. Milford Asset Management portfolio manager Stephen Johnston joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN AB…
 
New analysis from Infometrics is pointing to higher levels of infrastructure investment over the next decade. $172 billion is expected to be invested by 2031. The money is expected to go into roading, electricity generation, and water systems in particular. Infometrics principal economist Brad Olsen joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
Scotland's leader told lawmakers in Edinburgh Tuesday that she plans to hold a fresh referendum on Scotland's independence on Oct. 19, 2023 — even though U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson maintains it wasn't the right time for such a vote. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said the question to be asked will be the same as that in Scotland’s first inde…
 
ASB and ANZ are both pausing their mortgage lending again for anyone who has less than a 20 percent deposit. Meanwhile, Westpac is now limiting availability. The three banks reckon they're coming up against the limits the Reserve Bank has set for them on the amount of high-risk lending they're allowed to do. NZ Herald Wellington Business Editor Jen…
 
Apprehension for a New Zealand-European Union trade deal don't bode well. The Prime Minister is heading to Brussels tomorrow after Nato meetings in Madrid, and will hold talks with EU trade negotiators. Despite discussions continuing for roughly four years, there's been no win yet. Democracy Project international analyst Geoffrey Miller told Heathe…
 
Nick Kyrgios has been causing trouble again. In his first round victory over Britain’s Paul Judd, Kyrgios called a line judge a “snitch” and spat in the direction of rowdy spectators. Elsewhere, Serena Williams’ singles comeback was over very quickly. The 23-time Grand Slam winner found herself crashing out in the first round to French player Harmo…
 
The Government has today announced a new light rail project in Wellington from the city to Island Bay. The project has been costed at $7.4 billion. A new multipurpose tunnel under Mt Victoria is also being built with two lanes each for cars and public transport. Transport Minister Michael Wood joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
Andrew Little has got to be having a laugh if he’s trying to pretend he didn’t know our health system was going to melt down like it is at the moment. Because that’s essentially what his office is trying to do. They’re claiming they didn’t know about a letter that was sent a year ago warning of exactly this. In that letter, the DHBs asked the Gover…
 
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