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Your fave podcast that explores the nuances of diversity, identity, and culture with Angelica & Inez. Our podcast acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea, and community. We pay our respect to their elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today. We recognise our privilege as migrants recording on this land and know that it always was and always will be Aboriginal lan ...
 
The latest Census statistics paint a picture of Australia that many of us already see on our streets - almost half of Australia’s population are first or second-generation migrants. But we don’t see this diversity when we go to the theatre, or visit an art gallery, or even when we watch TV at home. So what does it feel like if your culture is largely invisible? In this original podcast series by Diversity Arts Australia, we’ll ask this question of some of Australia’s leading culturally diver ...
 
Podcast in English et en français. All around the world there are ordinary women doing extraordinary things. Brave New Woman is about giving those women a platform and a voice. It’s about helping change the way in which women are perceived and it’s about inspiring us all to do what we have always wanted to do. Partout dans le monde, il y a des femmes ordinaires qui font des choses extraordinaires. Brave New Woman donne à ces femmes une plate-forme et une voix. Il aide à changer la façon dont ...
 
Flipping the script on who we include, who we don’t, and how we can do better - in everything from gender, race, mental health and disability, through to the inclusion of LGBTQI+ and Indigenous communities. You'll hear stories from fascinating people of all stripes, with reflection from experts and policy makers, who'll help you master The Art of Inclusion. Brought to you by Diversity Council Australia, or DCA.
 
Your weekly guide to pop culture in Australia. Mostly the fun bits. Karl Quinn is an entertainament writer for The Age and Sydney Morning Herald; Andrew Young is a musician, DJ, pedagogue and all-round man-about-town. Together they are The Clappers, and together they present this always-on-the-pulse and frequently hilarious look at culture high and low. If it's happening in film, TV, books, galleries - and let's not forget cycling - there's a 50-50 chance it's happening on The Clappers. Mayb ...
 
Point of Origin is about the world of food, worldwide. Each week we travel to different countries exploring culture through food, examining its past and present, and what it teaches us about who we are and how we came to be. Join Whetstone Magazine co-founder host Stephen Satterfield as he connects with those most immersed in defining and preserving global foodways. Along the way we’re drinking natural wine in Australia, sipping tea — Taiwanese Oolong and Sri Lankan Ceylon — and eating frejo ...
 
Do you love your business? You should, right? Well sometimes, as small business owners, we just don't. The My Daily Business Coach podcast is here to provide inspiration, education and motivation for small business owners who want to fall in love with their business again and build a business they can be proud of. Hosted by Fiona Killackey, author, speaker, business coach and founder of My Daily Business Coach, this podcast includes business coaching, interviews with small business owners an ...
 
In this subject students are introduced to the diversity of the ancient Greek achievement, which has exercised a fundamental and continuing influence upon later European literature and culture. The subject commences with a detailed treatment of Homer's Iliad and the myth of the Trojan war. This is one of the dominant myths in the Greek tradition and is narrated in some detail in epic poetry, in drama, and in art and architecture. We explore how myths are 'read' in their historical context, e ...
 
Penmanship is a podcast about Australian writing culture. It features interviews with Australians who earn a living from working with words: writers, journalists, editors and publishers, among others. Each episode features an in-depth, one-on-one conversation about the guest’s career, craft and inner life. The goal of Penmanship is to provide unique insights into the creative process, mechanics and skills behind the best writing in the country. The podcast exists to explore the diversity and ...
 
The Morning Kick is an initiative from premier digital marketing agency Excite Media. Based in Brisbane, Australia, Excite Media has a 14-year history and 1400 websites of digital marketing business experience to draw on for clients. The team of 25 are passionate and innovative about all things marketing.Drawing on our widespread contact network of Marketeers, Business Owners and Influencers our live Facebook, YouTube and LinkedIn show, The Morning Kick, finds the resources, ideas and encour ...
 
Laverne Wyatt is a Visual Designer and Branding strategist who's niche is in Diversity Marketing. She has lived transcontinentally as an Art Director, in South Africa, Malta and now, Norway. Laverne mission is empowering people to take control of their success and expertise through learning the design thinking and digital hacks that she has used for over 17 years for international and national brands. She is now a bestselling author on Amazon in the USA, UK, France and Australia through the ...
 
Florence Guild is an event series designed to explore the challenges of our age and to find solutions beyond our immediate environment. Inspired by the famed Renaissance city-state, Florence Guild brings to its members the ideas that drive the future of our work and life. An ongoing conversation unfolding over member events, lunches and gatherings, Florence Guild celebrates the antidisciplinary, champions diversity and forges meaningful connections as the response to the technological, polit ...
 
The Ultimate in Diversity n' Extremes In E-Music Broadcasting!!! Support the unknown :P! CORE³ or Cubed Core RADIO SHOW - with AlienAqtor - EVERY THURSDAY through http://core3.9hells.org:9000/live.m3u Experimental E-Music from all times - 50s til' the latest releases: Digital Hard - Break - Ragga - Dub - Core, Mash-Ups/ Bootlegs, Acid, Hard Electro/ Techno/ Breaks, Ambient/ Minimalism, Concrete Music, Eletro-Acoustic, EBM/ Industrial, IDM/ Braindance, Grime - Dubstep - Sublow, Soundtracks fo ...
 
Welcome to People My Dog Would Like, a fresh new podcast where I get to sit around a digital campfire with you and explore what interesting people are doing with their game changing ideas, fresh initiatives and cool, out-of-the-box movements with an eye on the future. There are so many sticky, complex challenges we face in the world today that can fundamentally be solved through the exponential advances happening in technology. This podcast is about sharing some of this incredible informatio ...
 
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“Red Tents are places for women to connect, to relate to one another, to support one another. Red tents were inspired by the book “The Red Tent'' by Anita Diamond, which is a fictional account of women in Biblical times meeting in a red tent, but they also share a lot with cultures around the world, such as women’s circles, educating women about pa…
 
In this special quick tip episode, Fiona focuses on discussing why every small business needs to include plans on making their environment safe from family and domestic violence (FDV). She also shares her tips on ways you as a small business owner, can help tackle this massive issue. TRIGGER WARNING: In this episode we discuss ways small business o…
 
“On m’a diagnostiqué une sclérose en plaques le 28 septembre 2020, à 24 ans. J’étais journaliste et tout juste propriétaire d’un pavillon avec mon conjoint. J’ai eu l’impression que le ciel me tombait sur la tête. Tout était très lourd, la maladie en elle-même et tous les changements que cela impliquait dans ma vie. Mais au quotidien, ce sont les d…
 
In this interview episode, Fiona talks to Chelsea Bonner of Bella Management about starting a modelling agency that advocates for diversity across different platforms. They talk about everything from how Chelsea got started, what her upbringing was like, and how that influenced what she's gone on to do, but also how she's continued to stay motivate…
 
"Lucky for me, I have really, really grey hair. At about the age of 35, I decided to let my hair go completely grey. I would sit in the board room meetings with mainly men around the table and me in a more junior position and I'd watch their body language. Things like if you don't agree, you put your hands behind your head or your hands down on the…
 
Topics discussed in this episode: Introduction What is a virtual assistant What can they do What tasks do you outsource Why do you need a virtual assistant What will a VA do? When is the work going to be done? Where will the work happen? Who are you looking for for your VA? Where to find a VA? How much is your budget? Working with a VA Conclusion R…
 
“On some level I felt like there is a part of me that is in a new location, a new scene, a new set of lines but it’s life, it’s not fantasy. I feel like this is where I’m meant to be. I’ve always felt like I’m on a journey to somewhere but I don’t think I’ve felt as at home anywhere else I’ve been than where I am now. It just makes sense.” - Harrie…
 
If you’ve been listening to Fiona’s podcast since she started it, you’ve heard her share about starting one has helped market her business to a global audience and how more people have reached out to her on her Instagram account to share their thoughts on her episodes. In this quick tip episode, Fiona shares the 5 reasons why you should consider st…
 
Today's episode is all about the TOXIC non for profit (NFP) and non-government organisation (NGO) sector. We cover everything from how these organisations police the communities they serve, surveillance of WOC, living experience, hierarchical power imbalances, trauma, being paternalistic, burnout, funding, volunteers and so much more. We worked sup…
 
Brave New Women avec Cecilia Poullain “Je m’adresse à toutes les femmes issues de pays en voie de développement, que ce soit des femmes africaines, que ce soit des femmes asiatiques, même celles dans des pays développés : nombreuses femmes sont encore lourdement privées de leurs droits les plus basiques aujourd’hui. Mais une femme qui a décidé, une…
 
Brave New Women avec Cecilia Poullain “Quand je pense à l’intimité de la naissance, je pense à la communauté des éléphants. Quand une femelle éléphant met bas, il y a toute une communauté d’éléphants qui l’entoure pour la protéger et pour la laisser son intimité pour qu’elle puisse vivre et arriver dans les profondeurs de cette naissance la mère - …
 
Topics discussed in this episode: Introduction Becoming a podcast guest Project management systems Recommendations Conclusion Resources mentioned in this episode: Notion Trello Hassl Asana Monday Basecamp Episode transcript: For a full transcript check out mydailybusinesscoach.com/podcast/87By My Daily Business Coach
 
Brave New Women hosted by Cecilia Poullain Katherine is the senior curator at Manly Art Gallery & Museum in Sydney. We talk about what it takes to become a curator and dig deep into the role. We talk about how the gallery combines art with other disciplines, including science and social issues, such as: “Refugee Art Project” where the work of four …
 
Brave New Women avec Cecilia Poullain “Etre une femme prof, ça pouvait être bien ou pas bien. Ca dépendait de la vision de la femme de mes élèves. S’ils étaient entourés de femmes avec un petit peu de caractère, ils pouvaient l’accepter. Mais ça m’est déjà arrivé d’être en face des élèves hommes qui n’acceptait pas qu’une femme leur dise quoi faire…
 
Topics discussed in this episode: Introduction Catching up On celebrating achievements About Beatrix Bakes On having a business before Beatrix Bakes Trusting her instincts On baking at a young age How to know if it's passion or a hobby On writing the book On creating an impact Baking cakes for family or friends during special occasions On coming up…
 
If you’re the type of small business owner who has a tendency to overthink, it can feel challenging to run a business or to contemplate doing do more when you’re blocked by hesitation and doubt. In this quick tip episode, Fiona shares how the 5-Second Rule has helped her become more productive at work and why everyone should try this method by Mel …
 
Brave New Women hosted by Cecilia Poullain “Things deteriorated badly when Liam was about 15, when he hit puberty. He’d always been pretty strong and reasonably tall but he was very soon stronger than me and very determined. Once he hit about 15, things got really dangerous and we saw an escalation in behaviour that led to a lot of aggression. Scra…
 
Topics discussed in this episode: Introduction Fiona’s Experience Over The Years 10 Valuable Lessons #1 Be you, everyone else is taken. #2 There is enough for everyone. #3 You don't need to be on every social media platform. #4 Craft your one-line message. #5 Get your money up front. #6 Process equals less stress. #7 Invest in help. #8 Build an aud…
 
Have you ever had a conversation with a loved one that helped you learn something valuable for yourself and your business? In this short episode, Fiona was inspired by her conversation with her eldest son to share a lesson about leaves and the importance of letting go.By Fiona Killackey
 
Brave New Women avec Cecilia Poullain “Le Hatha Yoga est une approche du corps très ancienne qui a évolué au fil des transmissions. C’est avant tout une philosophie millénaire que l’on découvre par l’étude des textes. Pourtant les questions qui se posaient sont les mêmes qui se posent encore aujourd’hui. Les manières d’y répondre par le hatha yoga …
 
In this coaching episode with Fiona, she discusses the 4 tactics she uses whenever she feels like she’s procrastinating or discouraged to finish her goals - both personal and for business. Inspired by a quote on resistance from Steven Pressfield’s book, The War of Art, this episode will encourage you to keep pursuing your goals (no matter how hard …
 
In this quick tip episode, learn the two kinds of mindsets when it comes to preparing content for your platforms. With almost 20 years of preparing content as a published writer, Fiona shares why it’s important to develop a content first mindset instead of having the distribution first mindset.By Fiona Killackey
 
Brave New Women hosted by Cecilia Poullain “We started off by focusing on teaching kids how to code, and we realised we were only attracting the usual suspects - little boys. Hardly any girls, hardly any kids of colour. So we started introducing class discussions about technology. Bing. All of a sudden, girls were more interested. We talk about the…
 
In today’s guest interview episode, Fiona talks to Maggie May, an artist and co-founder of Think Thornbury, a retail space and creative workshop venue. Together with her partner, musician Josh Kelly, Maggie May has established a community-focused shop that supports “thinkers, makers and doers.” Listen now and get inspired by Maggie May’s story on m…
 
In this quick tip episode, Fiona reminds small business owners why it’s important to set goals every quarter - whether it’s reading a book to educate ourselves or make more money through increasing your online conversion rate. Listen now to inspire you to set sub-goals for each of your main yearly goals to make 2021 a better year for your business.…
 
Brave New Women hosted by Cecilia Poullain “I'm particularly drawn to telling the stories of women who have been unjustly forgotten by history. Many of my historical novels are bibliographic fiction. I tell the lives of women who once really lived and who have been unfairly ignored, whose voices have been silenced, whose achievements have been lost…
 
In this personal coaching episode with Fiona, she shares her stories about the uncertainties she had to deal with - such as the death of her parents, launching a book during COVID and moving to the UK with the help of a friend. Listen now as she shares her tips on how people can deal with uncertainties and the importance of seeking help from a prof…
 
In this short tip episode, Fiona shares the top books she recommends every small business owner should read to help them grow their businesses. Listen now and if you think you have another book recommendation to share, DM Fiona at @mydailybusinesscoach on Instagram. She would love to hear your thoughts and suggestions.…
 
Brave New Women avec Cecilia Poullain “Comment se construire en tant que femme ? Quand on n’est pas reconnu comme un être sexué, quand on n’a pas accès à l’autre, quand on n’est pas à égalité, quand on a des difficultés à se déplacer, d’avoir accès aux lieux de rencontres, c’est une problématique. Quand on pense qu’une personne en situation de hand…
 
In this week’s small business owner interview, Fiona talks to Lijean Beier, founder of Onegirlstudio, an Interior Design Consultancy, web-store and beautiful boutique in Brisbane’s western suburbs. In their chat, they talk about giving back to the community (where shop profits are donated to Outback Futures and Onegirl), brand collaborations with A…
 
When it comes to running a business, your mindset can affect the success or failure of your products and services. While it’s easy to say that we can change our mindset on how we approach things, certain blocks stop us from achieving them. In this quick tip episode, Fiona shares the five questions to help you assess what your potential mindset bloc…
 
In today's episode, we discuss how we come to understand different types of love. We speak on friendships, romance, marriage, biology, unconditional love, self-love, culture and even the dark origins of Valentine's Day! Donation Links: Support First Nation causes: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1kpse8wqYdjmPrtJPLWnT4RPKVK_-bmQfVP_xDg0d3g4/h…
 
Brave New Women hosted by Cecilia Poullain “Today more than ever we have a responsibility to help build a world in which every human being matters. A world where we all see each other, listen to each other and live with a deeper sense of connection and authenticity.” - Neha Broota Neha Broota started her cadetship at one of the big four accounting …
 
Even if you’re the boss to your own business, have you ever given yourself a performance review? While some may think being their own boss doesn’t require them to assess their performance in running their businesses, Fiona shares the reasons why it’s important to do so. Listen to today’s coaching episode now to learn the important questions to ask …
 
If you find yourself always setting goals yet failing to stick with them, listen to today’s podcast as Fiona shares how she’s keeping herself accountable to the goals she has set this year and how you can too! She also invites everyone to join her 8-week program on Marketing For Your Small Business.By Fiona Killackey
 
Brave New Women hosted by Cecilia Poullain Amidst the trauma and sorrow of the end of her thirty-year marriage in Sydney, Susi Prescott’s wild imagination did not lie idle for long. Four children now adult and independent, no husband around any more . . . she could now venture out into the world to follow some dreams, and perhaps even make a differ…
 
Topics discussed in this episode: Introduction Catching up Describing the business Describing the smart desk 10 Years in the business Sean's upbringing Sean's experience prior to starting the business On making decisions for his furniture Marketing his business On Pinterest What marketing strategy stood out for him On collaborations On his pieces O…
 
Reminder, my 8-Week Online coaching program is open now, visit www.marketingforyoursmallbusiness.com Topics discussed in this episode: Introduction Fiona’s experience PostureMinder A reminder on health Conclusion Resources mentioned in this episode PostureMinder Episode transcript: For a full transcript visit mydailybusinesscoach.com/podcast/69…
 
Brave New Women avec Cecilia Poullain Françoise Mar est bénévole aux Chouettes - Solidarité femmes du Diois. Dans cette association d'une vingtaine d'adhérentes, trois (bientôt quatre) accompagnantes se démènent, avec un budget annuel de 200 €. Non, pas d'erreur, 200 €. Heureusement on ne parle plus de "femmes battues" ! Françoise explique que derr…
 
Topics discussed in this episode: Introduction and Promo Doing more for the indigenous Talking to a difficult person at work A Psychologist’s Advice How to make the hard conversations happen Conclusion Resources mentioned: Marketing For Your Small Business 16 Personalities Test My Daily Business Coach Shop Adobe Creative Types Test Episode transcri…
 
Brave New Women hosted by Cecilia Poullain Clarisse Hagège, CEO of Xkey, a block-chain company, asks: “is that where the energy is?” rather than “can I do it?” She doesn’t let anything stop her. “You hear: “we want companies with women CEOs in our portfolio” so I thought I was in such a nice position - woman, CEO, blockchain - but there is definite…
 
Brave New Women hosted by Cecilia Poullain For over 20 years, Caetlin Jopson provided medical care to the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in rural, remote and urban areas. She also worked with the Royal Flying Doctor Service for over 7 years delivering women’s health to remote communities. Caetlin trained at Sydney Universi…
 
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