Garth and Susie share their philosophy on living a good life by improving your wellbeing - to include your mind health, your physical health and your emotional health as well as your social wellbeing.
The Wobbly Ladder
Let’s face it, we’ve all been blindsided by the events of 2020. Going into the new year will continue to be a readjustment period, & attaining permanent stability will not be possible in 2021 on a global or national scale.
In this episode, Garth and Suze want to provide you with some foundations for the future, sharing their philosophy of how to maintain balance & a calm state of mind.
Thrive @ 85
When Susie sat down to have a chat with her dad, Mike, on the eve of his 85th birthday, she wasn’t overly surprised to hear how his simple life philosophy has positively impacted his health and wellbeing for all these years.
"The wheels fell off, well and truly"; anxiety and burnout with Shireen Lister
Shireen Lister always wanted to be a teacher. And, being a very organised and driven sort of person, she achieved her dreams and became a high school drama teacher when she left school.
But bubbling underneath Shireen's hard work and focus was something else. Something that would eventually lead to the wheels falling off, well and truly...
In this episode, Shireen shares her story, and tells Garth how she has used her own experiences to begin to help others deal with burnout and anxiety.
Walking the talk; an interview with Tony Rhodes
Tony Rhodes became a plumber when he was fifteen, but soon realised he was a born leader. In this episode you’ll hear how Tony grew from the sort of boss everyone feared, to the sort of leader most of us aspire to be.
His philosophy around putting the people first, and watching your business prosper is a case study not to be missed. Full of self-reflection, honesty, and pearls of practical wisdom. Enjoy!
The power of habit
How easy would life be if we discovered the secret to building good habits and breaking bad habits?
In this episode we look at how bad habits are formed, why they can be so hard to break, and how thanks to a little thing called ‘the Habit Loop’ we can take more control of our daily behavioural patterns.
Why courage eats resilience for breakfast
Who can argue that courage is a universally admired quality and something everybody wants? It is also a topic of discussion and a source of great interest, as it is something that appears to be in short supply at moment.
In this episode we delve into the various characteristics of courage and help clarify the benefits that being courageous bring to our lives, especially when it comes to our health and wellbeing.