22 episodes

A Podcast on Social Entrepreneurship

Deadly Discussions Isaac Harrison

    • Management

A Podcast on Social Entrepreneurship

    Deadly Discussions Episode 22

    Deadly Discussions Episode 22

    Deadly Discussions Episode 21

    Deadly Discussions Episode 21

    This week on Deadly Discussions I sit down with the inspirational Narrun Williams. A Twelve year old Indigenous social entrepreneur, trailblazing the way for Indigenous youth in Business.
    With the motto Be Brave, Stand Strong we explore a couple things throughout the podcast, such as,
    - Growing a brand
    - Creating followers and community
    - What it means to be in business
    - Culture
    - Where he sees the brand in the future
    Great episode for all ages this one.
    Big Nuz's store can be found on the link below,
    https://www.bignuzz.com/ (https://www.bignuzz.com/)
     
     

    Deadly Discussions Episode 20

    Deadly Discussions Episode 20

    This week on the Podcast I have the pleasure of interviewing Bevan Mailman, a First Nations Lawyer with quite a story to share.
    We yarning up about,
    - Growing up Maori and Indigenous, Cultural identity?
    - Being caught in the youth detention system as a young man
    - Going for Gold in Judo!
    - Formal education and the road less travelled
    - The future for First Nations People and our Australian Countrymen And much, much more!
     
    Enjoy.

    Deadly Discussions Episode 19

    Deadly Discussions Episode 19

    I'm always blown away by the stories of my guests, their stories of resilience, dedication and the ability to overcome inspire me.
    Dr. Kaushik Sridhar is our guest on Deadly Discussions this week. His story will cover,
    - Growing up Indian in Nigeria
    - Being held at gun point, not once but THREE times
    - Moving to Texas at 12 to pursue a tennis career
    - Bullying he faced as a child and how that transferred to greater strengths
    - Falling into "Sustainability" by accident
    - Public Speaking as an introvert
    And all the other twist and turns on the road that brought him to where he is today.

    Deadly Discussions Episode 18

    Deadly Discussions Episode 18

    Big shout out to Yolanda Finette for coming onto the Deadly Discussions Podcast and sharing her story.
    We discuss,
    - Growing up with an Indigenous mother, African-American father and a Greek grandparent. Talk about multiculturalism!
    - Challenges she's faced as a single mother away from home
    - Overcoming depression and abusive relationships
    - Her work with at risk youth and stolen generation victims
    -And finally, what lead her to start her on consultancy.
    We also address the topic of Indigenous activism today vs past activism.

    Deadly Discussions Episode 17

    Deadly Discussions Episode 17

    It was my great pleasure to host Andrew Keast on this week's Deadly Discussions Podcast.
    Andrew a Melbourner through and through joins me on the show to discuss how he developed a hard work ethic from his upbringing on a farm in the Cathedral Range, his path in life which lead him to HR, and his passion to help refugees to Australia though his work at Refugee Talent.
    A more in depth conversation this week dressing the stigmas of migration. We also touch on, what is a "social entrepreneur?"

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