Showcasing the very best of Australian Entrepreneurs
Hot Entrepreneur Ep19: Self Awareness
For the last show of 2018 Georgia Ellis (Blue Chip Minds) and Guy Lawrence (Let It In) return to continue their discussion on what entrepreneurs can learn from neuroscience. They talk with Elizabeth about understanding fear, how to stay grounded, focused and committed, getting the most out of getting up in the morning and Do Be Do Be Do.
Hot Entrepreneur Ep18: Well-Being
Jo Ryan of Barefoot Coaching and Counselling believes in staying balanced and that successful entrepreneurs balance work and play. She talks with Elizabeth and Jaci about the signs of imbalance, knowing when you need help and support and the importance of meditation.
Hot Entrepreneur Ep17: Diversity
Lisa Annese, CEO of the Diversity Council of Australia talks with Jaci and Elizabeth about the importance of inclusion and diversity in the workplace, the future of work and how to attract and retain talented employees.
Hot Entrepreneur Ep16: Choosing a Marketer
Elizabeth talks to Reg and Andrea Malhotra from 4Ward Marketing about what to look for when you need marketing advice. And why, in the age of DIY websites and social marketing, getting the right advice may be more important than ever.
Hot Entrepreneur Ep13: Profiling
Jan Yerkovich, Chairman, Fundraising Management Consultants Pty Ltd is a highly successful, strategy led, results driven data nerd that loves innovation. She talks with Jaci and Elizabeth about how to use personality profiling to recognise traits in yourself and others to identify people that will ‘mesh’ with you and your organisation. She has used these insights to build successful partnerships and working relationships in her career as a fundraiser for large charity and philanthropic organisations, and believes they are an essential tool for budding entrepreneurs.
Hot Entrepreneur Ep14: Reinvention
Adam Smith, General Manager, Education and Corporate Affairs, Laureate Australia & New Zealand was born on the Mornington Peninsula and has recently returned to Australia from the US as a senior executive at Laureate, the largest global network of private universities which enrolls a million students a year at 60 institutions in 20 countries. He shares with Elizabeth and Jaci the story of his career, its highs and lows, and how he has reinvented himself along the way. They also discuss the meaning of success, the necessity of remaining practical and grounded and his passion for providing educational opportunities to students from all walks of life.