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The Sutherland Shire Podcast Station is a digital platform for Podcasts hosted by residents and local businesses owners. We have shows about history, mystery, comedy and empowerment. ShirePOD is proudly supporting the community organisation, innovator leaders and experts in their industry, with Podcast Creation Services and Design. Here are just a few of our podcasts with so many more to come. Follow us, like share and rate us on iTunes. (cause that's where it really matters)

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    • Marketing
    • 5.0 • 5 Ratings

The Sutherland Shire Podcast Station is a digital platform for Podcasts hosted by residents and local businesses owners. We have shows about history, mystery, comedy and empowerment. ShirePOD is proudly supporting the community organisation, innovator leaders and experts in their industry, with Podcast Creation Services and Design. Here are just a few of our podcasts with so many more to come. Follow us, like share and rate us on iTunes. (cause that's where it really matters)

    Episode 18: Mel - Genocide gets you down

    Episode 18: Mel - Genocide gets you down

    Mel is a Dr of International Law who specialises in genocide studies. She has spent a lot of time in the field visiting significant sites of conflict and war museums, as well as interviewing survivors and their families. But as you can imagine, the subject matter takes its toll. Listening to the horrifying things people do to each other, as well as the isolation of long solo trips to places like Armenia, Bosnia and Cambodia have proven challenging.Listen to Mel talk about the support networks that make it possible to keep going with the work, the passion that fuels her research and the book she is working on that seeks to reveal the patterns of behaviour that have preceded every genocide event ever. Resources: More about Mel here (https://research-repository.uwa.edu.au/en/persons/melanie-obrien)

    • 39 min
    Confidence: Elements of Empowerment Podcast

    Confidence: Elements of Empowerment Podcast

    This is not your average podcast about Confidence.  Journalist, Radio Presenter, Social Justice Advocate and podcast host, Pip Rae dives deep in to the matrix of human values, speaking with special guests about their journey from being confident to insecure. Karamea suffered the debilitating effect of Facial Palsy that stole her trademark smile and Stephanie was the victim of insidious attacks in her relationships that saw her confidence  slow erode.  Both of these women are raw and real, sharing their own personal strategies that helped them cope during some of their darkest days.Pip shares her own experiences on the ebs and flows of rebuilding her confidence after an identity crisis and a recent journey to find herself again following a jealous personal attack by another woman in the workplace.   Pip provides the strategies and wisdom from her mentors that includes self awareness and a Time Line challenge that will help your confidence skyrocket.She challenges the beliefs around rejection, discussed the types of communication that impact on confidence levels and our general ability to cope with disappoint.  This episode comes packed with insights, giveaways and special bonus'.Check out the blog on the impact of our Olfactory system on our mind, mood and emotions.Check out the confidence building playlist she played on her radio show, The Hour to Empower.Follow Karamea's Facebook page From My Side about Ramsey Hunt Disease and Facial Palsey.Follow Stephanie, The Barefoot Blogger from Cronulla who's innovation and positivity is inspiring for her thousands of followers.BONUS'sListen to the confidence building meditation by Nicole Dargie from the Empowerment Project Podcast.Get your limited edition Jar of Confidence: a specially scented soy wax candle, a source of associated confidence. Rate this podcast on Apple iTunes and leave a comment with your biggest take away to receive one of Stephanie's, Totes Green Totes Enviro bags. This is an original ShirePOD production with support from the design team at DayDream Creative.Host Pip RaeProducer Pip RaeTile Design by Daydream Creative

    • 1 min
    The Elements of Empowerment Podcast Trailer

    The Elements of Empowerment Podcast Trailer

    It's been 1 year to the day.  It's taken me 52 weeks to reinstate the elements of empowerment into my daily life.Having done the work previously, I gathered the shattered shards of my confidence and put them back together like a puzzle, one day at a time. Along the way I created 52 episodes of  insightful and inspirational conversations with the incredible people who have become the fibres in my fabric of truth.  Friends, mentors, practitioners and coaches, who from their own experiences, help those who want to be helped.Like you, I have come to accept that 'life challenges' strike at any time. Some you see coming, others side swipe you from out of the blue, calling on every fibre in your being to weather the storm.  What I learnt was how to shut out the world's mess, control what I can and be who I need to be, for myself and as a consequence have the capacity to be that someone for others. Empowerment is a switch only you have. So I hope this podcast enables you and provides the time and space to reduce the overwhelm.The Elements of Empowerment is a series of interviews and research into the personal characteristics we value in others and the virtues admired by most.Confidence, Optimism, Respect, Trust, Forgiveness, Self Belief, Strength and Gratitude are just some of the 52 elements of empowerment that have been packaged up for you to reflect upon, remind yourself and recognise your own self worth.  This biggest killer of dreams is doubt and all you need is one person to believe in you.  So I am here.  I am that person.  You are not your past, your mistakes or poor choices.  You have capacity and potential.   So let's find out what that looks like.

    • 3 min
    Episode 17 - Melissa and Peter - A son’s drink driving accident

    Episode 17 - Melissa and Peter - A son’s drink driving accident

    Melissa and Peter’s son Jordan was 18 years old and an apprentice carpenter when he attended his first work Christmas party. Later that night, he decided to get in the car and drive to the Gold Coast to visit his mates. He was 2.5 times over the limit and he hit a stationary car and killed its four occupants. Melissa and Peter share the story of the aftermath of the accident, including the grief, guilt, sense of responsibility and overwhelming motivation to share their story in the hope that they will save young lives. Resources: You Choose Your Road Safety (https://www.youchooseyrs.org.au)

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Episode 16 - Mark - A daughter’s brain haemorrhage

    Episode 16 - Mark - A daughter’s brain haemorrhage

    Mark was on a client call when his daughter’s mother kept calling. And calling. And calling. It was unusual so he cut his work call short and called her back, only to discover that his 10 year old daughter, Mina, was in an ambulance on the way to hospital. Mina had suffered a brain haemorrhage and had lost one third of the functioning of her right brain hemisphere. Her left side had lost feeling and mobility.This was the beginning of a 2.5 year battle to help Mina regain her independence, while also questioning the medical establishment’s normal procedures around rehabilitation.Mark shares how he got through it, as well as the emotional fall-out that occurs when the crisis is over. Resources: https://www.webmd.com/brain/brain-hemorrhage-bleeding-causes-symptoms-treatments#1

    • 38 min
    Bean There? Podcast Bianchini's Cronulla

    Bean There? Podcast Bianchini's Cronulla

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    • 1 hr 6 min

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