50 episodes

Welcome to Wellthy Living Conversations. A podcast where I connect with a variety of wonderful and wise people to share knowledge, lived experience and tools to ignite insights that help you to live a meaningful, connected and wellthy life that supports your wellbeing both personally & professionally.

I'm Lisa, your host and Founder of Wellthy Living. I am an experienced facilitator, a life, clarity and wellbeing coach, a deep and creative generalist, and a lover of curious, inspiring and insightful conversations, who strongly believes that self-knowledge is a key to life success, learned in a variety of ways through connection to self, others and the world around us. This led me to develop my mantra of “Connection is medicine”.

Hope you enjoy my Wellthy Living Conversations.

Want to finds out more about me visit my website www.wellthyliving.com.au or connect with me on all social media channels.

Be sure to share any feedback.

Wellthy Living conversations Lisa Entwisle

    • Social Sciences
    • 4.9 • 7 Ratings

Welcome to Wellthy Living Conversations. A podcast where I connect with a variety of wonderful and wise people to share knowledge, lived experience and tools to ignite insights that help you to live a meaningful, connected and wellthy life that supports your wellbeing both personally & professionally.

I'm Lisa, your host and Founder of Wellthy Living. I am an experienced facilitator, a life, clarity and wellbeing coach, a deep and creative generalist, and a lover of curious, inspiring and insightful conversations, who strongly believes that self-knowledge is a key to life success, learned in a variety of ways through connection to self, others and the world around us. This led me to develop my mantra of “Connection is medicine”.

Hope you enjoy my Wellthy Living Conversations.

Want to finds out more about me visit my website www.wellthyliving.com.au or connect with me on all social media channels.

Be sure to share any feedback.

    EP 50 Addressing our Needs

    EP 50 Addressing our Needs

    Welcome to Wellthy Living conversations EP 50!

    Being a milestone episode, I thought I would bring on my very first guest of the show and regular contributor Dr Nathalie Martinek. This episode will be somewhat an extension of the EP 1:‘How to care less, while still being caring’, which is still the most listened episode of the series. In today's episode will take a deeper look at how we can address our needs.

    So often when we feel triggered and challenged it is because we have unmet needs. But the problem is many people have not taken the time to really assess their needs - physically, emotionally, mentally or spiritually.

    In this episode we chat about:
    -Maslow's hierarchy of needs and it's limitations
    -Caretaking other people's needs vs caretaking for our own needs
    -Boundaries to protect your needs
    -Redefining what a compassionate good person means
    -Support
    -Communicating of needs
    -Co-dependence (self-centred vs other centred) vs interdependence (middle ground)
    -When radical self-centeredness is needed

    We shared some strategies/scripts

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    What’s your biggest insight or takeaway from this conversation?

    Leave a comment and let us know.

    And if you’d like more info on Nathalie https://www.drnathaliemartinek.com/

    If you’ve enjoyed this episode please share it with your friends and subscribe to the Wellthy Living podcast on iTunes and the Wellthy Living youtube channel, so you can listen to more conversations with wonderful humans who’s stories, knowledge, actionable ideas and wisdom can help you to live a meaningful, connected and well life, both personally and professionally.

    I’m Lisa, I’m an integrated life, clarity and wellbeing coach, and a professional conversation facilitator.

    To find out more about my services you can visit my website www.wellthyliving.com.au or connect with me on all social media channels.
    https://www.facebook.com/welllthyliving/
    https://www.instagram.com/wellthy.living/
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisaentwisle/


    Until next time remember connection is medicine

    • 1 hr 3 min
    EP 49. The magical power of persistence

    EP 49. The magical power of persistence

    In todays episode I have a special guest known as ‘Romany Romany’ - a sassy, magnetic woman who truly understands the meaning of connection, spreading her magic everywhere she goes. She is a world renowned British magician, winner of Las Vegas World Magic Awards and author ‘Spun Into Gold’ a story of her secret life, a true story of hope . I was privileged to met and become friends with Romany earlier this year, before the world turned crazy, at the Ultimate Girls week away in Fiji, where she successfully amazed 200+ women poolside with her dazzling, burlesque style magic show as well as delivering a truly inspiration keynote sharing her inspiring, heartfelt story of hope, which had Liz Gilbert moved so much that she joined her on stage.

    I’n this episode Romany shared her personal story of hope - her battle with an eating disorder and her continual persistence in following her dreams. We talked about setting an intention, follow your heart and then listen to the whispers for instructions of how to get there!

    We covered the following themes:
    -Persistence
    -Trust
    -Motivation
    -Courage
    -Ripple effect of joy
    as well as overcoming internal and external roadblocks.

    For more information on Romany and to get your hands on her book 'Spun into gold' go to www.romanymagic.com

    What’s your biggest insight or takeaway from todays conversation.

    Leave a comment and let us know.


    If you’ve enjoyed this episode please share it with your friends and consider subscribing to the Wellthy Living podcast on iTunes and youtube.

    To find out more about my services you can visit my website www.wellthyliving.com.au or connect with me on all social media channels.


    Until next time remember connection is medicine.

    • 51 min
    EP 48 How to combine structure, planning & systems with intuitive flow

    EP 48 How to combine structure, planning & systems with intuitive flow

    Welcome to Wellthy Living conversations EP 48
    I’m Lisa, a life, clarity and wellbeing coach, your host and the founder of Wellthy Living.
    It is here that I connect with a variety of wonderful people to have inspiring and insightful conversations to help you to live a meaningful, connected and well life both personally & professionally.

    If I have learnt anything in my life, it’s that life is unpredictable and despite wishing I could somehow control each step on my path and ensure predictability, I cannot. So my planning process is ongoing and agile, and my strategy is to find joy, opportunity, comfort and even excitement in the uncertainty of life.

    In this episode I chat with Claire Riley about the value and pitfalls of planning and have structure and systems and how to incorporate intuitive flow and flexibility

    Claire Riley is a marketing & strategy business coach. she works with business owners who are amazing at what they do but feel clueless about how to run a profitable, sustainable business the easy way.

    In our conversation we discussed:

    - The difference between systems and blueprints or formulas
    -Personalising systems
    - The importance of core personal foundations for sustainable business success
    -Getting to know your your self and your own capacity rather than comparing with others
    - Reasons why people avoid systems
    - Personal core issues and growth areas that get highlighted when running your own business
    - Joyful productivity
    - Intuitive flow -does this alleviate stress or create more overwhelm
    - Self trust
    -Self care and responsibility

    Claire offers many tips throughout this casual conversation.

    For more on Claire: claireriley.co

    Social media links/handles
    Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/clairerileycoaching/
    Instagram https://www.instagram.com/clairerileycoaching/
    Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/clairerileycoach/
    YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpZinQAlrhtcdI3ZhQXiKHQ

    Claire and I would love to hear from you.

    What’s your biggest insight or takeaway from our conversation.

    Leave a comment below and let us know.


    If you’ve enjoyed this episode please share it with your friends and subscribe to for more conversations with wonderful humans who’s stories, knowledge, actionable ideas and wisdom can help you to live a meaningful, connected and well life, both personally and professionally.

    Thank you so much for watching, I’m Lisa and I’ll catch you next time on Wellthy Living conversations and always remember ‘connection is medicine’.

    • 1 hr 6 min
    EP 47 How artist - Izzy Elfa, uses her mental illness as her superpower

    EP 47 How artist - Izzy Elfa, uses her mental illness as her superpower

    In this conversation with Izzy Elfa, she talks openly about her life, her diagnosis of CPTSD (complex post-traumatic stress disorder) and DID (disassociative identity disorder) and how she discovered art and went on to become an artist.

    Izzy shared about her 3 'alters' and how they present themselves and provide inspiration in the painting process and how their individual styles are represented in her expressive artworks.

    We also discussed what success means for her, what painting has opened up for her and at what point making art turned from therapy and hobby to a business.

    I love the way Izzy honours the unfolding of her story and how her art has allowed her to further connect with herself and sharing her works and her insights is a vehicle to connect to others and bring about change.

    Her DID is becoming an essential part of her brand as her 'DID' gives her a special set of abilities that is uncommon. She has found a way t allow her "disorder" to empower her and in turn empower others.

    Izzy would love her work to be a way of removing the stigma and shame around mental illness and encourage people to see their "disorders" as superpowers.

    And if you’d like more info on Izzy: https://www.izzyelfa.com or follow her on -
    Instagram: izzyelfa
    Facebook: izzyartwork
    Blog: izzyontheeye.wordpress.com

    Izzy and I would love to hear from you.

    What’s your biggest insight or takeaway from our conversation.

    Leave a comment below and let us know.


    If you’ve enjoyed this episode please share it with your friends and subscribe to for more conversations with wonderful humans who’s stories, knowledge, actionable ideas and wisdom can help you to live a meaningful, connected and well life, both personally and professionally.

    Thank you so much for watching, I’m Lisa and I’ll catch you next time on Wellthy Living Collective Wisdom conversations and always remember ‘connection is medicine’.

    • 41 min
    EP 46 Urban food systems: Our future through food 

    EP 46 Urban food systems: Our future through food 

    By fixing our food systems could we solve chronic disease/obesity, reduce the cost of healthcare, reverse climate change and ensure everyone in society has equal access to quality nutritious food… Could regenerative agriculture be the answer for a better future?

    In this episode, I chat with visionary change-maker and activist for the future food systems - Nick Rose: Executive Director of Australia’s national sustainable food systems organization - ‘Sustain’

    You will get to learn from Nick’s extensive knowledge & experience about our food systems, the significance of urban agriculture, food sovereignty and about his latest project - ‘The pandemic gardening survey’- which brings hope for a better tomorrow.

    We talk about how COVID has shone a light on our broken system as well as prompted more interest in creating edible gardens.

    Despite the serious content matter of this conversation, I’m sure you’ll come away feeling both informed, inspired and hopeful.

    Nick doesn’t just highlight the problems but identifies practical solutions and a call to action for us to all to do our bit to contribute to a more sustainable, fair and resilient future.

    Relevant Links:

    Pandemic Gardening survey findings :Webinar on the 16th September 2020 - https://events.humanitix.com/pandemicgardeningresultspart1

    Sustain membership - https://www.sustain.org.au/membership/

    Design Files Award profile - https://thedesignfiles.net/2020/08/sustainabledesign-melbourne-food-hub/

    Sustain - https://www.sustain.org.au
    FB https://www.facebook.com/sustainaus
    Insta - https://www.instagram.com/sustainaustralia
    Twitter @sustainaus
    LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/sustain-the-australian-food-network
    Urban Agriculture Forum - https://www.uaf.org.au
    FB - https://www.facebook.com/urbanagricultureforum
    Insta - https://www.instagram.com/urban_agriculture_forum
    Melbourne Food Hub - https://www.melbournefoodhub.org.au
    FB https://www.facebook.com/MelbourneFoodHub
    Insta - https://www.facebook.com/MelbourneFoodHub
    LinkedIn - https://www.facebook.com/MelbourneFoodHub
    Grow Source Eat Fresh parcel subscription + craft shop https://www.facebook.com/grow.source.eat
    Cardinia Food Movement - https://www.cardiniafoodmovement.org
    FB - https://www.facebook.com/cardiniafoodmovement
    Insta - https://www.instagram.com/cardiniafoodmovement
    Twitter - https://twitter.com/cardinia_food
    LinkedIn - a...

    • 1 hr 12 min
    EP 45 Feminine wisdom & life force energy: How does it impacts the way we live, love & lead

    EP 45 Feminine wisdom & life force energy: How does it impacts the way we live, love & lead

    In this conversation, I chat with Silfath Pinto about feminine wisdom, life force energy of women and how it impacts the way we live, love and lead.

    Silfath is a practitioner of the Healing Arts and Sacred Wisdom Keeper, who has spent the last 10 years traveling the world and supporting individuals in stepping into their brilliance and becoming happiness alchemists. Her clients have experienced beautiful paradigm shifts: from changing jobs to starting a new career, from letting go of past hurt to moving to a new city, from meeting their life partner and improving relationships, from losing weight to flourishing in radical self-love. Clients often refer to her as an energy shifter, a soul whisperer and magic maker.

    In this juicy conversation we explore:
    -Connection to our core personal foundations and connection to our bodies
    -The Magic in movement
    -The ripple effects of connecting to our pleasure and joy
    -Discovering your own uniqueness
    -Understanding feminine power and the paradox of balancing masculine and feminine energy within
    -Tips for building healthy boundaries
    -Self love/acceptance and compassion
    -The inner cheerleader versus the inner saboteur
    -Tools and energy practices
    -The impact of cultural impact - in this case being a woman of colour.

    For more info on Silfath and her upcoming workshops: visit: https://www.silfathpinto.com/ or join her over on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/silfath.sophia/

    I hope you enjoy our conversation as much as we did. We would love your feedback- What’s your biggest insight or takeaway ...leave a comment and let us know.

    If you’ve enjoyed this episode please share it with your friends and subscribe to the Wellthy Living podcast on iTunes and Youtube - so you can listen to more insightful conversation to help you live a Wellthy Life.

    To find out more about my services you can visit my website www.wellthyliving.com.au or connect with me on all social media channels.


    Until next time remember connection is medicine.

    • 1 hr 11 min

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