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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 • 2K 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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    Whoever said curiosity killed the cat probably just wanted to control cats.

    Whoever said curiosity killed the cat probably just wanted to control cats.

    Inspired by an early morning, bicycle-bound hunt through his neighbourhood with Wolfgang as they searched for a noisy jackhammer, Osher talks about the transformative power of curiosity.
    Drawing on examples from his own life, and discussing how curiosity can transform a situation, a relationship, or even ourselves.
    What do you think?
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    • 17 min
    Burpees for the brain. This is the most impactful exercise I use to improve my mental fitness.

    Burpees for the brain. This is the most impactful exercise I use to improve my mental fitness.

    Burpees.
    You hate them
    I hate them
    Why? 
    Because they are pretty much the best whole-body exercise you can do in a confined space. 
    If you had to pick on exercise to do for the rest of your life, bang-for-buck - it's probably the burpee.
    But what about keeping your mind fit?
    In this episode Osher offers up a technique to train the observing mind to get more involved, more often.
    It's simple to learn, and can have profound impacts on how we react to things.
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    • 16 min
    The importance of creating a village around you, ft Gus Worland.

    The importance of creating a village around you, ft Gus Worland.

    How many people are in your village?
    It might sound like a silly question - as not many of us live in villages anymore, yet for the vast majority of our evolution - we lived in communities that we depended on for support and care, and communities that depended on us. Community-driven purpose was baked into our way of living and as our brains and bodies evolved expecting these things.
    Without that support or purpose, things can get out of balance.
    Osher is joined by broadcaster and the founder of Gotcha4Life, Gus Worland. He has dedicated his career to helping people, mostly men - actively work on building that village. He never intended to do it, however when he got the call, Gus went all in.

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    • 1 hr 13 min
    Talking through a way of dealing with the horrors of April 13th

    Talking through a way of dealing with the horrors of April 13th

    In this open and honest episode, Osher talks through dealing with the horrific events of Saturday Afternoon.
    Sometimes it's useful to hear how other people process things, and this episode features three powerful techniques he's using to keep the PTSD from flaring up again.
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    • 24 min
    It's not all good, but it's not all bad. A way to handle the avalanche of a news feed

    It's not all good, but it's not all bad. A way to handle the avalanche of a news feed

    Today Osher reflects on what he learned from this week's conversation with Sylvia Jefferys.
    In particular, two powerful lessons; learning from a job as another way to get value other than a pay packet, and helpful ways to think about the world when our newsfeeds are an avalanche of sadness and woe.
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    • 22 min
    The Juggle and The Guilt (aka balancing kids and a career) with Sylvia Jefferies

    The Juggle and The Guilt (aka balancing kids and a career) with Sylvia Jefferies

    Today Osher speaks with Sylvia Jefferies, an incredibly accomplished journalist and presenter, originally from Brisbane Australia.
    Sylvia has a matter-of-fact, get-after-it vibe about her which makes the career success she’s had make perfect sense.
    Sylvia is very open about how she juggles family life and home life, also how she has found particularly interesting ways to deliberately work emotional regulation into her day so she’s able to go back home to her kids after a day exposing herself to the unedited grim realities of the world.

    What did you think of this episode?
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    • 1 hr 12 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
2K Ratings

2K Ratings

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.

Tate Causea ,

Great, but…

RE Nov preview : Violence is committed by all genders. Raising boys AND girls in ways that respect genders is what matters. Violence is more than just physical, it’s also emotional, psychological, verbal, etc. It’s any behaviour intended to harm. All genders need to take responsibility for this and all parents need to see that when it comes to acts of violence raising boys is no different to raising girls because both can be perpetrators. There is a misconception out there that males are always perpetrators and females are always victims but this is not the case because males don’t report DV when it happens (for several reasons) so the data is biased. The sooner we remove gender from the popular discourse that always assumes that males are perpetrators and females are victims the better because it is making us blind to the real causes and the scale of the problem.

Scotty0099 ,

Oshers ego

Osher the podcasts not all about you

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