Remi (Sharon) Pearson shares how to discover, awaken, and connect with your Ultimate You, leading to a happier, more fulfilled life. She brings her 17 years' experience as an entrepreneur, life coach, author and creator of mindset models to make life easier. Remi (Sharon) Pearson is the founder of Australia's largest and leading life coaching school, The Coaching Institute, training over 7000 professional coaches across 83 countries. Join us for open-minded discussions on how to live your fullest life when "getting by" seems oh so easy to achieve...
Peter Singer - Meet The World's Most Influential Philosopher | Perspectives Podcast
If you’re a #deepthinker, #lifelonglearner, #changemaker, or simply someone who loves exploring challenging ideas and unique #perspectives, watch this now…
Join me and #PeterSinger for a deeper conversation on…
- How do we determine #rightfromwrong?
- What is #effectivealtruism?
- Should we shut down or encourage #controversialideas?
And so much more…
Watch now and comment below to share your unique #perspectives on some of life’s toughest questions alongside one of the world’s most influential living philosophers today.
Go to remipearson.com/podcast or listen to🎙️#Perspectives podcast on @Spotify or @ApplePodcast for the full episode.
P.S. I love what Peter shared at 21:45 on 'How do you not hurt someone's feelings if you have a controversial idea?', let me know your take?
“New Frontiers of Psychedelics” with Tania de Jong | #Perspectives Podcast
Welcome to this week's episode of #Perspectives LIVE Today!
Today my extraordinary guest is Tania de Jong, the founder and executive director of Mind Medicine Australia. Tania is listed on the 100 most influential people in psychedelics in the world for her remarkable work in a field that is maybe to some of us, a little left of centre and that is working to ensure that some psychedelics, namely psilocybin and MDMA become legalised within Australia for therapeutic purposes.
This is a topic that I find truly fascinating. Mind Medicine Australia is a registered charity acting as a central node for regulatory approved and research, their work is wholly clinical. Tania became interested in the resurgence in psychedelic research field after searching for ways to manage her own mental health and wellbeing. We talk about this in the episode, she explains and walks us through her first psychedelic experience and how it transformed her with the support of her partner, Peter, she set out on a quest to have a therapeutic experience but being able to do this in a safe and legal setting, which around the world, is not that easy to accomplish, have to experiencing this life-changing experience.
Now she is on a mission to help alleviate the suffering caused by mental illness in Australia that she truly believes is not necessary. In this conversation you will hear about the statistics and what has been achieved in clinical trials around the world and how these medicines, combined with therapy have been having a profound impact on people who are suffering from PTSD, depression, anxiety, even eating disorders.
Open your mind to this conversation, its truly mind blowing.
NB: this is a research-based conversation. Remi Pearson and #Perspectives in no way advocates for the use of illegal drugs. Mind Medicine Australia does not encourage or facilitate illegal use of psychedelics or plant medicine. Their focus in wholly clinical.
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“New Frontiers of Psychedelics” with Tania de Jong (Trailer) | Perspectives Podcast
Coming up on #Perspectives next week – Tania de Jong, founder and executive of Mind Medicine Australia. Tania is one of the 100 most influential people in psychedelics today, an extraordinary woman who has done some remarkable work in a field that is maybe to some of us, a little left of centre. We talk about her work to move forward the progress of ensuring
ensuring that some psychedelics (MDMA and psilocybin) becomes legalized within Australia for therapeutic purposes. This is a topic that I find truly fascinating.
*NB this is a research-based conversation. Remi Pearson and #Perspectives in no way advocate for the use of illegal drugs. Mind Medicine Australia does not encourage or facilitate illegal use of psychedelics or plant medicine. Their focus in wholly clinical.
Tony Nash - Creating Booktopia | #Perspectives Podcast
One of my favourite things to do is speak with entrepreneurs and find out more about how they tick and what steps they took to become the success they are.
Today, I am delighted to share with you my Perspectives podcast conversation with Booktopia co-founder and CEO, Tony Nash.
Booktopia is the super large online book seller founded here in Australia - their full-year revenue expectations have been upgraded by 6.4 per cent to $217.6 million compared to last year's prospect They hold nearly 200,000 books in stock, ready to ship. They sell an item every 4.8 seconds. Starting with an advertising budget of just $10 per day Booktopia has carved out this phenomenal niche with some entrepreneurial thinking, vision of the gaps in the market and a sharp focus on what the customers want.
In this podcast we will be delving into:
• How and why Booktopia was created.
• The Booktopia strategy around profit and how they chose to deliberately not make any profit until several years in
• Undertaking an IPO during the pandemic
• The ‘Amazon’ challenge
• Teams and culture
• Sales thinking, and the question he asks every day.
Tony has a fabulous business story to tell, I know you are going to enjoy it!
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Lisa Forrest - Diving In The Deep | #Perspectives Podcast
I’m so pleased to introduce my latest podcast guest, Australian Olympian, media personality and author, the amazing Lisa Forrest!
Lisa and I dive into her young life as an inspiring captain of the Australian swimming team to the 1980 Moscow Olympics – one of a small band of high profile athletes that led the campaign to defy Malcolm Fraser's Federal Government in its attempt to support the US-led boycott of those Games, maintaining that the Olympics was about peace, not politics and chose to follow their dream.
During this time she was subject to abuse and death threats. It’s an amazing story. Lisa has had so many career highlights - she pioneered a path for sportswomen into broadcasting in Australia and at the age of 22, became the first woman to anchor a national sports program in 1986. She has hosted both radio and television programs on a range of topics well beyond sport and even spent some time as an actor.
After experiencing burn-out more than once, Lisa struggled wth a feeling that she was ‘Miss Never-enough’. In order to assess her life she took some time to sort out ‘the trouble with her thinking’ and assess how that ‘trouble’ was getting in the way of the joy in her life. The result of her reflection is her her wonderful book ‘Glide’. I know you will enjoy this conversation as we talk about not only Lisa’s brilliant career but also the importance of self-compassion and mindfulness.
Dr Schwartz - You're Greater Than The Sum Of Your Parts | #Perspectives Podcast
Another week, another fabulous podcast guest! This week my episode is super exciting as I drill down into Internal Family Systems (IFS) therapy or ‘parts therapy’ with the founder, family therapist Dr Richard Schwartz. Dr Schwartz is an important therapist who has helped many through trauma with his work. He has been in demand and recently featured podcasts with Tim Ferris and Gwyneth Paltrow’s GOOP podcasts discussing his therapy model.
IFS is mind-blowing to say the least - during this podcast, I was lucky to have Dr Schwartz apply his therapy to me – it was an amazing experience, and I am so glad to share it with you!
IFS has become a widely used form of psychotherapy, particularly with trauma. It is a non-pathologizing technique that is evidence based and grounded in compassion, trust, honesty, and encouragement. It invites clients to acknowledge each unique part of themselves and to recognize the strengths and weaknesses within them and how they influence behaviours and emotions. Stay on until then end when we cover the ways IFS can be used in a Daily Practice to bring us closer to our truer self’ and how IFS is a beautiful, gentle, compassionate, loving, meditation.
Don’t miss out on this enlightening and intriguing conversation –knowledge of your ‘parts ‘will ensure you never see anyone the same again.
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I actually took notes on things said in this podcast Incase I forget any of it. I want to remember all of it! It makes an insane amount of sense. I can’t wait to get on with being the compassionate person that I naturally am, but this time I will think more about where I finish and others begin so that I am not fatigued and will be able to be even more present for them. X
There aren’t many people you find that can get this type of strength in truth to the core of what really matters. I love the conversational style of this podcast, it’s classy, it’s inspiring and it’s real. I’m really enjoying what I find my mind thinks about after I’ve listened, and I’m finding myself being more present in moments of my day. Thankyou for creating this and bring on more adventures in perspectives!
What the world needs now
I’m so excited about this podcast. There are many groundbreaking ideas explored throughout, so many real examples of how to apply models and frameworks. Whilst society is going deeper into “them vs us”, it’s refreshing to know that there are people who really want to bring it back to community. We all need more training on compassion, empathy, good faith, self awareness and conflict resolution so we can foster real connection. I believe podcast like this have the power to really heal the world.