The Entreprenora podcast features whip-smart founders, creators, and change-makers sharing candidly about their experiences. Flood your brain with inspiration, ideas, motivation, top-tips... and sporadic doses of off-road nerdiness!
We've got some heavy-hitters, new-beginners, and everything in between. Contributors who have grown businesses to near BILLION-dollar valuations and role models who are changing the world in their communities. The learnings are deep and the conversations are real.
Join us and become part of the conversation.
with Conor Gallagher, founder of AllotMe
Join me and Conor on this thoughtful and impact-filled close to Season Four. Translating his design and people-led architecture training into building "the home of urban agriculture" and the "AirBNB of gardens", Conor is bringing depth and meaning to the sharing economy. We talk about everything from the theraputic benefits of dirt to must-read books to growing a business thoughtfully and rapidly. Tune in for a conversation that will have you seeing green in the best way possible.
with Urvi Patel, Leadership Coach
Urvi is a leadership coach, status quo challenger, global citizen, and seer of unseen possibilities. In this conversation, we talk about her work helping visionary women of color build an unshakeable foundation for actualizing their audacious dreams. With a superpower of (and obsession with) showing people how to harness the power of science and spirituality, Urvi guides leaders and impact-makers to unleash their highest potential.
with Megan Vickers, Women's health physio
In this bold conversation, Megan and I talk about her recent book Stronger: The honest guide to healing and rebuilding after pregnancy and birth and the powerful work she is doing to normalize conversations around women's bodies and all the things we "suck up and deal with" (leaking, incontinence, pain) that are not normal and that we should not have to accept as a fact of life. Megan shares tools to take back control of our lives and our bodies through simple exercises that protect, stabilize, and rehabilitate, and her message of becoming stronger applies to non-parents as well. From menarche to menopause and beyond, the relationship we all have with our bodies' most intimate parts has a deep and real impact on our mental health, our professional performance, and our confidence. Megan's insights will have you shouting "why has no one told me this before?", and this life-changing and life-affirming chat will help you reclaim your power.
with Tessa Clarke, co-founder of Olio
Growing up on a farm, Tessa developed a keen appreciation for the hard work that goes into food production and an aversion to waste in all its forms. After an impressive and international corporate career, she got "sick and tired of not being inspired" by herself, and started to tune into the problems she wanted to solve in the world. Her lightbulb moment came when she was moving between countries and was struggling to find anyone to give perfectly good food from her pantry to. A few "smuggled" boxes of non-perishables later, Olio was born. The platform now connects almost 4 million users who give away food and other household items to their neighbours (for free!), creating community and connection along the way. Join me and Tessa as we talk about how to "Fight waste. Help your neighbours. Save our planet. Feel amazing!"
with Richard Brown, founder of The Property Voice
In this episode, I chat with "The Property Voice" Richard Brown about his journey from accountancy to entrepreneurship to a world of his own creation. Richard's fresh and holistic take on all things real estate and investing is as thoughtful and eye-opening as is his approach to life and giving back. Join me and my "property buddy" for a light but powerful conversation about standing up for what you believe in and creating a life of your own design.
with Gaia Ferreira, Heart-Centred Leadership Coach
From profit to passion to purpose, Gaia's personal and professional journey has been almost as non-traditional as you can get. After a successful career in tech, Gaia left it all behind to attend chef school and became known as "The Rachel Ray of Spain." A sudden tragedy led her to make another 180-degree turn, and her work now focuses on helping entrepreneurs "build a legacy that fulfills the soul." In this episode, Gaia shares her wonderful insights about building your own legacy, and reminds us of the importance of integrating ourselves. Join us for a soul-full conversation about navigating life's many ups and downs, and going from existential to exponential.
Inspiring and refreshing
I love the Entreprenora podcast! Rupal has an engaging and relaxed style with her guests and I always come away feeling inspired. I highly recommend.