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A weekly conversation that hopes to help you make today a little better than yesterday.
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Osher Günsberg: Better Than Yesterday Osher Günsberg

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.7 • 2K Ratings

A weekly conversation that hopes to help you make today a little better than yesterday.
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    461: No, Wil Anderson is NOT fine thanks

    461: No, Wil Anderson is NOT fine thanks

    You know Wil Anderson, either from the days on The Glasshouse, on Triple J, Gruen or Question Everything - his legacy in the Australian podcast space is unquestioned with TOFOP running since about 30 seconds after podcasts were invented, and Wilosophy consistently being one of the greatest interview podcasts out there.
    And all along the way through his career, he’s left a legacy of young performers, producers and writers who were able to work at the top level of their game sometimes years before they’d otherwise get the chance, giving these people an enormous boost in their careers.
    I’ve been lucky to call Wil a friend for a while now. He’s as good a man as they come, so much so - that when I asked him to come on the podcast to talk about his new book “I’m Not Fine, Thanks” his first response was “Brilliant, I’ll be over to your house next Tuesday morning”.
    So you’re going to hear what happened when Wil crammed his very, very lanky frame into my tiny box of a podcave and I went 1: 1 with the absolute MAN of Australian stand up.
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    • 1 hr 13 min
    Worrying Yourself Sick

    Worrying Yourself Sick

    Checking in, December 2, 2022
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    • 10 min
    Better Make it Quick: Ali Hill

    Better Make it Quick: Ali Hill

    Ali Hill is the CEO of Australian Financial Review Fast 100 company Pragmatic Thinking, she’s a psychologist and a best-selling author of the book “Stand Out: A real world guide to get clear, find purpose and become the boss of busy”. We discuss how to have conversations with our bosses about boundaries, acceptance and why we need modern workplaces. 
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    • 22 min
    460: It's not a Straight Line to AFL Glory, with Sam Rowe

    460: It's not a Straight Line to AFL Glory, with Sam Rowe

    Sam Rowe is a former AFL footballer, a carpenter, a cancer survivor and a Movember ambassador.
    Originally from Walla Walla in the NSW Riverina, standing at 198cm, Sam found early success in Australian Rules Football or AFL as we call it.
    His career was not a linear path, and made his AFL debut at 25, a full seven years after he was first drafted as a Rookie to the Sydney Swans.
    A lot happened in those years, including a diagnosis, surgery and chemotherapy treatment for testicular cancer.
    Sam’s story is not only one of inspiration - it’s one that shows how just because you think life will turn out in a certain way, the way it actually turns out might be more interesting, or even more amazing than you imagined.
    He is a superb human being, and a great ambassador for Movember.
    Enjoy this conversation with Sam Rowe

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    • 1 hr 13 min
    Do You Feed Your Brain Out Of The Fridge, Or Out Of The Bin?

    Do You Feed Your Brain Out Of The Fridge, Or Out Of The Bin?

    Checking in, November 25, 2022
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    • 15 min
    Better Make it Quick: Mia Freedman

    Better Make it Quick: Mia Freedman

    Mia Freedman is the co-founder and chief creative officer of women’s media company Mamamia. She is a titan in the Australian media industry. I want to take you back to 2017 to a conversation Mia and I had about work-life balance. 
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    • 19 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
2K Ratings

2K Ratings

Ethicalgirl ,

The voice of reason amongst the ‘noise’ of mainstream media

Thank you Osher for being so vulnerable, so candid and so ‘on point’ in all your podcasts. You’re an authentic and real person in all your podcasts. It’s refreshing. It’s enlightening. And most of all, it’s hopeful when the current status of the world led by egotistical maniacal rich power players (privileged white men) you share your strategies to be optimistic, thoughtful and open minded. Compulsory listening on my long trips. 🎈

Sallzeee ,

Thanks for your chat with Lucy Easthopee

Brilliant ep, so important for us all to learn focus on ‘when’ not ‘if’. Lucy’s knowledge & way of speaking is so relatable. Great discussion Osher, thank you.

ziyingyangcav ,

Prof Sproul - let’s all get on board with brighter smarter future

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