This entire podcast stems around one question...
"If there was one thing you think society should talk more about, what would it be?"
Michelle Cox likes to have unlikely conversations on uncomfortable topics with her guests as she uncovers interesting and sometimes taboo topics.
PERSONAL EVOLUTION THROUGH ENTREPRENEURSHIP with Kim Kerton
If there was one thing you think society should talk more about, what would it be? “It’s scary starting a...
I WISH SOMEONE HAD TOLD ME with Michelle Cox
Today I’ve got a solo episode with a difference for you. I’ve recently returned from an amazing retreat in NZ where one of the leaders, beautiful Jess, read us this incredible piece from the writer & poet, Sarah Blondin. It was such a wonderful moment that I thought more people might enjoy the piece as it was impactful for many of us - so I’m reading it for you today. Sit back, take a moment for yourself..and enjoy. M xHead to michellejcox.com for more information about the ONE QUESTION podcast, your host or today’s guestsConnect with Michelle on Linkedin here:- @MichelleJCox (https://www.linkedin.com/in/michellejcox/)Connect with Michelle on Instagram here:- @michellejcox (https://www.instagram.com/michelle.j.cox/)Connect with Michelle on Facebook here - @michellejcox (https://www.facebook.com/coxxygal/)AND, if you have a burning topic you’d love people to talk more about, or know someone who’d be great to come on the One Question podcast, please get in touch;- email@example.com (mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org)
HOW TO EMBRACE AGEING with Jane Tara
If there was one thing you think society should talk more about, what would it be?“H...
WE CAN'T LIVE WITHOUT AGRICULTURE with Angie Nisbet
If there was one thing you think society should talk more about, what would it be?“If we were to return to the stone age, there would be three things we would need to survive - shelter, food and water. Agriculture provides those things for most of us and yet many of those that don’t live on the land understand the significance this industry has on their everyday lives.”Angie Nisbet’s roots run deep in Australian agriculture, having been born and raised in North Western Queensland. Her upbringing on a cattle property instilled in her a profound love for the land, and her journey unfolded as she pursued a career in agriculture following her educational pursuits. Angie's diverse professional journey has seen her don various roles, from jilleroo to beauty therapist, and even a truck driver for a livestock nutrition business during the harsh times of drought.. However, her most cherished titles are that of a rural mother of three and a devoted wife, residing on their station. Establishing a business in such a remote setting is no small feat, and Angie takes immense pride in the close-knit community she calls home and understands the unique setting in which she calls her home. Agriculture is a crucial sector that sustains us all, and Angie is determined to spark more conversations about its significance at the kitchen table Driven by a desire to bridge her profound connection to the land with the inspirational women she has encountered in the agricultural sphere, Angie was inspired to create her own podcast, "Married to the Land." Here she delves into the intricate relationships between women living in rural, remote, and regional areas. Angie is a formidable advocate for rural women and I’m looking forward to our conversation today.Find out more about Angie here;Website: https://www.marriedtotheland.com/ (https://www.marriedtotheland.com/)Instagram: Married to the Land (https://www.instagram.com/married_tothe_land)Podcast: Married to the Land (https://open.spotify.com/show/5sz1mmTiG3L1VqFl4XDpAx)Head to michellejcox.com for more information about the ONE QUESTION podcast, your host or today’s guestsConnect with Michelle on Linkedin here:- @MichelleJCox (https://www.linkedin.com/in/michellejcox/)
SELF BELIEF with Tory Archbold
If there was one thing you think society should talk more about, what would it be?
COURAGE with Dr Anika Molesworth
If there was one thing you think society should talk more about, what would it be?“Courage. We are facing large scale, global issues and we often shy away from them thinking we can ‘sit this out’. But I believe we live in such a highly connected web and every choice we make has a flow-on effect. So we need courage to step up and take action.”_______Dr Anika Molesworth is smashing the status-quo and inspiring change for a better future.As a young, female farmer tackling the world’s biggest challenges, Anika is inspiring thousands through engaging and empowering conversations. Her infectious optimism is shifting mindsets and behaviours, leaving audiences motivated and empowered to act.Anika is a thought-leader of agro-ecological systems resilience and has a PhD in international agricultural development. With a passion for rural communities and healthy ecosystems, she is committed to help create sustainable and vibrant rural landscapes now and for the future. She is a Founding Director of (http://www.farmersforclimateaction.org.au/)Farmers for Climate Action (http://www.farmersforclimateaction.org.au/) – a national network of nearly 8,000 Australian farmers undertaking climate change action. Anika has presented the TEDx talks “Farmers are key to a better future” and “Repairing the Broken Food System.” She is the author of her book, Our Sunburnt Country, which won the Royal Societies of Australia and New Zealand Writer’s Award for Outstanding Writing on Social Change. After being named the 2015 Young Farmer of the Year, Anika went on to be awarded the 2017 Young Australian of the Year NSW Finalist, and 2017 NSW Young Achiever Award for Environment and Sustainability. In 2022, she was named Young Conservationist of the Year. This is one incredibly smart, caring and impactful individuals and I’ve been really looking forward to sitting down with her. You can follow Anika’s work via:www.AnikaMolesworth.com (http://www.anikamolesworth.com)@AnikaMolesworthFind out more about Anika Molesworth on:Twitter: (https://twitter.com/AnikaMolesworth)
Such interesting topics
Very insightful conversations about a huge range of topics, great listening!
Authentic story telling
Michelle talks about topics that are important to so many of us, but are just not getting discussed so openly. She speaks honesty and authentically by seeking out truth tellers and provides the platform for them to tell their stories which we all benefit from.
Finally feel heard
I just listened to the last episode on The Grieving Brain and finally feel heard. I had a giggle, some tears and really feel like this is a true reflection on how I experienced my grief and the feelings of judgement around me. Great episode and one everyone should listen to, to be ready to be there for others moving through grief.