14 episodes

The Vulnerability Effect Podcast interviews people around their experiences facing into vulnerability and adversity. The intention is to change the perception around vulnerability and showcase it as a point of growth, strength, and connection with others who have faced similar challenges.

The Vulnerability Effect Podcast - with Lotty Roberts Lotty Roberts

    • Health & Fitness

The Vulnerability Effect Podcast interviews people around their experiences facing into vulnerability and adversity. The intention is to change the perception around vulnerability and showcase it as a point of growth, strength, and connection with others who have faced similar challenges.

    Facing depression & the vulnerability hangover - Craig Hudson

    Facing depression & the vulnerability hangover - Craig Hudson

    Craig is Xero's MD for New Zealand and Pacific Islands, a father of 4 and former professional rugby player.

    During an event in October 2018 - Craig bravely talked about his journey with depression publicly for the first time. Since then Craig has shared his story several times in the media and more recently at Xerocon in front of 1000's of people.

    During this interview Craig shares his story and the work he is doing to raise awareness and support around Mental Wellness.

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Empowering women to be their best - Jess Stuart

    Empowering women to be their best - Jess Stuart

    Jess Stuart is a well renowned speaker, author and coach who works with women to realise their potential by helping them find more time for themselves and build resilience to beat overwhelm and keep calm.

    Jess's latest book 'Like A Girl', is designed to help women unlock their potential and thrive.  It gives practical advice for building resilience, leveraging strengths and navigating self doubt whilst mastering the art of balance.

    You can find more about jess at www.jessstuart.co.nz

    • 36 min
    Solving Period Poverty with Heart, Humour and Connection - Olie Body

    Solving Period Poverty with Heart, Humour and Connection - Olie Body

    Olie Body is the Founder of 'Wā Collective', an Edmund Hillary Fellow, and award winning story teller. Aged 19 Olie moved to India to help provide bright reusable menstrual kits to the local school girls.  In 2016 Olie began to question the system at home in New Zealand and found many New Zealanders were also struggling to afford the cost of managing menstruation. Through 'Wā Collective' Olie is working to solve the problem of period poverty through sustainable and affordable menstrual products.

    • 59 min
    Making a Stand for Climate Change - Ollie Langridge

    Making a Stand for Climate Change - Ollie Langridge

    Ollie Langridge is a business owner, yoga teacher and father of 5. Earlier this year Ollie spent 100 days peacefully protesting on the front lawn of New Zealand Parliament in a bid for the government to declare 'Climate Change Emergency'.

    In this episode Ollie talks about his experience over those 100 days, how it impacted him, his concerns for our planet and practical steps we can all take to make a difference as we face into a potential existential vulnerability that could affect us all.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Breaking out of Prison: An Inspiring Journey from Delinquent to Doctor - Dr Paul Wood

    Breaking out of Prison: An Inspiring Journey from Delinquent to Doctor - Dr Paul Wood

    Dr Paul Wood is the bestselling author of 'How to Escape from Prison', which chronicles his journey from imprisoned delinquent to Doctor of Psychology. These days he is an expert in helping people & organisations reach their potential & flourish through change & adversity. Paul works with everyone from champion athletes to Fortune 100 companies. He is a regular contributor in the media and his popular talk at TEDx Auckland was named one of the Top 10 TED talks by the New Zealand Herald.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Exploring Anxiety, Imposter Syndrome & the 'F' Word - Jeremy Dean

    Exploring Anxiety, Imposter Syndrome & the 'F' Word - Jeremy Dean

    Jeremy Dean is the founder of https://ridersandelephants.com, a company that helps leaders reimagine the way they understand ' their people and customers. This involves using simple tools to unlock emotionally honest communication, focusing on how people do and don't want to feel at work.

    Jeremy talks about the vulnerability he has felt during his career both as a former professional cricketer and business owner, which has seem him facing into feelings of recurring anxiety and imposter syndrome.

    • 57 min

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