Monthly episodes with people you have probably never heard of. What they are doing through their life or work will inspire about the small changes that can be made for an amazing impact.
John Chambers: Changes, macro and micro, that create value for all of us – SD91
Positive change is what John Chambers is enabling through his life's many aspects: start-ups; helping corporates innovate in a way that suits them best; working with people to help them grow; seeking ways to grow awareness and connection with Aboriginal Australians.
Ian Banyard: Getting lost in nature to find our true nature – SD90
Nature can provide inspiration to many of us, but it’s been particularly significant to Naturepreneur, Ian Banyard, who been discovering how reconnecting with the natural world is key to saving both ourselves and our planet.
Athalia Zwartz: Enabling external change through internal work – SD89
In many ways, this podcast series is about creating change in a way that is accessible to all of us, and which is aggregate has an amazing impact. This episode encapsulates this beautiful, both through the guest Athalia Zwartz, and the organisation she is part of, Initiatives of Change
Sieta Beckwith: Falling in love with the earth again – SD88
There is something that we have forgotten. Something that came naturally to us when we were kids. Something that came naturally to our ancestors. Through carefully listening to ourselves and to others, we can find a way back to loving the earth again.
Melanie Knight: Expression, connection, creativity and conviction – SD87
What happens when we slow down and write a letter? Not just to us in the act of writing it, but after posting it for the person who receives it? Melanie Knight creates settings where we can reconnect with analogue forms of communication, and rekindle our creativity.
The three Adams (Ashton, Jones and Murray): The multiplying effect of an aligned duo – SD86
Some of the best work I have ever done has been working in tandem with somebody I connect with, have values aligned with, and most of all have a lot of fun with. The two Adams have found this in each other, with it manifesting in an excellent podcast called 'What you will learn'.
Getting better all the time
I have been listening to this podcast from the start and love what Adam Murray is up to. I’ve noticed the production quality is improving whilst the natural, realistic mood of the conversations remain. The show is not slick or overly produced and doesn't include ads or corporate endorsements of any kind. Just real people revealing subtle yet powerful ideas. The chat with Sieta Beckwith of Ceres sustainability center was my favorite so far! Love it.
Found it frustrating not getting to the point and talking about what the actual title/summary says it will. There is lots of competition out there and people don’t want to waste their time listening to a rambling self absorbed conversation!
Worthwhile deep dive
I’m enjoying the process of spending time deep
diving into another persons life. Learning about how they view the world and the ways in which they are endeavouring to live the kind of life they want to live. Thanks Adam for this lovely creation of yours.