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With every new day comes the opportunity to grow. Hosted by Osher Günsberg - a best-selling author, podcaster, TV host, husband, dad, stepdad, electric mobility enthusiast and part-time climate worrier. This podcast is here to help make today better than yesterday. Since 2013, the show has set out to improve life for you and the people you love. Sometimes it’s authentic conversations. Sometimes we’ll unpack the news or hear how Osher deals with life as a sober person with a different brain. But you’ll always hear something you need to hear (and laugh while you do). Listen to feel less alone, build better habits and discover some solution-based approaches for when life gets tricky.
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Better Than Yesterday: Osher Günsberg Osher Günsberg

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.7 • 2.1K Ratings

With every new day comes the opportunity to grow. Hosted by Osher Günsberg - a best-selling author, podcaster, TV host, husband, dad, stepdad, electric mobility enthusiast and part-time climate worrier. This podcast is here to help make today better than yesterday. Since 2013, the show has set out to improve life for you and the people you love. Sometimes it’s authentic conversations. Sometimes we’ll unpack the news or hear how Osher deals with life as a sober person with a different brain. But you’ll always hear something you need to hear (and laugh while you do). Listen to feel less alone, build better habits and discover some solution-based approaches for when life gets tricky.
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    “how tall is osher gunsberg?”

    “how tall is osher gunsberg?”

    During a meeting with an SEO specialist this week, Osher was shocked that the third most popular search term (after Osher Günsberg and Osher Günsberg wife) was “Osher Günsberg height”.

    Hundreds of Australians google this every day.

    More than “Osher Günsberg podcast” (hence the SEO meeting).

    To finally put all this internet speculation to rest (even though he’s taller than 6’2” on some websites) we present to you the definitive answer to a question which is bothering hundreds of Australians every single day…

    To get in touch or confirm this figure head to oshergunsberg.com


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    • 14 min
    Responding with kindness in the face of aggression (even when you’re getting screamed at)

    Responding with kindness in the face of aggression (even when you’re getting screamed at)

    Osher’s conversation with Nazeem Hussain got him thinking about how responding to aggression with kindness can drastically change the outcome of an interaction.

    But how can we assert ourselves, communicate our boundaries and still show grace and understanding in the face of rage?

    Let Osher know your thoughts, leave a voice mail or use the contact form, and get on the mailing list at oshergunsberg.com

    Find OG on Instagram here

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    • 14 min
    Responding to racism with peace, fasting as a form of devotion and the catharsis of comedy with Nazeem Hussain

    Responding to racism with peace, fasting as a form of devotion and the catharsis of comedy with Nazeem Hussain

    Laughing with people feels so good. In recent times, there has been a lot of talk about using comedy to change people’s minds. It is easy to forget how cathartic comedy can be. Nazeem Hussain is one of Australia’s most beloved comedians.
    Osher and Nazeem caught up while they were both performing at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival in April. Nazeem was fasting at the time and so they discuss how fasting can be a form of devotion, how responding to racism with peace has unexpected effects and Australian comedy.
    Leave a voicemail at Better Than Yesterday: Osher Günsberg
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    • 1 hr 8 min
    To Not Do List

    To Not Do List

    In this episode, Osher talks about how in times of stress his “to do” list grows from an achievable series of tasks into an overwhelming mountain of improbable, high-stakes ideas.
    Perhaps you can relate?
    As the list gets longer, the stress mounts, the distraction gets worse, the quality of work plummets, your effective ability to complete any of those tasks dwindles and then you start to put other things on the list that make up for the things you’ve now missed on the list.

    Thankfully there’s a way around this.
    The “To NOT do list”.
    Enjoy writing yours.

    Take the time to figure out your personal values with a test like this one

    To leave a voicemail, get in touch and get every episode ever head to oshergunsberg.com

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    • 14 min
    Struggling to get stuff done? Same here!

    Struggling to get stuff done? Same here!

    Sometimes without realising it, we lapse back into old behaviours.
    Sometimes we’re hot and we’re cold.
    Getting dressed to do a workout and returning emails instead.
    Arriving late to an event with no clear reason as to why.
    Behaviours we’ve worked hard to change, sometimes rear their ugly heads.
    This is what happens when choices we make in a hot state (In the heat of the moment) differ from intentions we have in a cold state (when we are able to reflect on the alignment of our actions and our values).
    It’s when we’re in a hot state that we make poor decisions that often lead to shame spirals, frustration or negative outcomes.
    Osher reflects on making choices when we’re in cold states in the hope that we can stay on track and choose things more in alignment with our original intention. 
    For previous episodes, to get on the mailing list and to get in touch, go to oshergunsberg.com
    If you want to you can drop G a DM here
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    • 13 min
    The dignity of cleanliness, Orange Sky friends and understanding homelessness with Nic Marchesi

    The dignity of cleanliness, Orange Sky friends and understanding homelessness with Nic Marchesi

    We take our daily showers for granted. Orange Sky co-founder Nic Marchesi created a mobile laundry and shower for homeless people. The initial idea was to help people experience the dignity of cleanliness and make things just that little bit easier. But what happened while everyone’s belongings were being washed was arguably even more important.
    Orange Sky have created a new podcast called ‘The F Word’. Each episode shares real-life experiences of people experiencing homelessness and hardship, along with the perspectives of Orange Sky’s dedicated volunteers. You’ll hear about the origins of Orange Sky and meet their very first “friend,” learning how simple conversations and clean clothes can restore dignity and hope.
    Osher and Nic discuss the misconceptions about experiencing homelessness and hardship, the importance of chatting to people and the inherent dignity of being clean.
    Leave a voicemail at Better Than Yesterday: Osher Günsberg
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    • 56 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
2.1K Ratings

2.1K Ratings

mazzy71 ,

Unexpected Complete Gem

Down to earth, open and thought provoking discussions- perfect snack sized time to engage the listener (save me from the Joe Rogan length podcasts!). Osher your honesty and hard earned wisdom are a gift and I’m so grateful for this work that you do. From a new fan who subsequently binged your book in two days after listening to Notifications/Mental Health episode. Book was also 5/5 stars. Thankyou again 🙏

Thanks Osher ,

Worlds collide!

Love your stuff Osher. I have been watching mighty car mods youtube video for years and also your podcast. Not really a fan of your tv shows but that’s ok. But then you come together for a chat.?.. amazing. The honesty from yourself and guests you have on is really great and helps me quite a bit. So the episode with Blair from mighty car mods was so good. I kind of knew about his music career but wow! What a legend you both are. Thanks for the chats and sharing it with the world. Five stars Osher!

Simba73 ,

Educational, Entertaining and a must listen

Osher conducts conversations openly and warmly with respect to the other person. He is super smart but more than that makes it easy to listen, form opinions and I feel a whole lot smarter listening to him! I enjoy this podcast and the latest with Grace Tame my favourite to date.

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