6 episodes

Welcome to Story a show that is powered by sharing. A place to engage in heart conversations about life and work, passing on insights and learnings in an effort to take away the stigma and shame that at times is associated with struggle and trauma.

We hope through these conversations you find some comfort in the knowing that in some way, we are all connected and that you are not alone.

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Big thank you to Joshua Perry, CEO and A&R of Anova Music for supporting STORY - music by: Lola Marsh, Song Title: You're Mine. Thank you @winkoptom and @jamesgeer for cover image.


"I will never be able to truly understand the sorrow of the stolen generations and the impacts of colonisation that it has had on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples but I choose to be a part of a different future.⁣⁣ I respectfully acknowledge and celebrate the Traditional Owners of the land throughout Australia and pay my respects to their Elders, children and young people of past, current and future generations." - Natalie Mogford

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Welcome to Story a show that is powered by sharing. A place to engage in heart conversations about life and work, passing on insights and learnings in an effort to take away the stigma and shame that at times is associated with struggle and trauma.

We hope through these conversations you find some comfort in the knowing that in some way, we are all connected and that you are not alone.

www.poweredbysharing.com www.globalvillageco.com

Big thank you to Joshua Perry, CEO and A&R of Anova Music for supporting STORY - music by: Lola Marsh, Song Title: You're Mine. Thank you @winkoptom and @jamesgeer for cover image.


"I will never be able to truly understand the sorrow of the stolen generations and the impacts of colonisation that it has had on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples but I choose to be a part of a different future.⁣⁣ I respectfully acknowledge and celebrate the Traditional Owners of the land throughout Australia and pay my respects to their Elders, children and young people of past, current and future generations." - Natalie Mogford

    Conversation with Margo Hobba & Mary Featherston AM

    Conversation with Margo Hobba & Mary Featherston AM

    During this collective experience we are all living through, as parents and carers, we've had the unique opportunity to play an active role in our children's education. This brought new insights, some good, some not so good.

    With this in mind, we felt it was important to have a conversation about a topic that touches us all, the Role of Education in our Society.
    Joining me in this conversation is leading Education Expert Margo Hobba and Australian Design Icon, Mary Featherston AM. Two long-time friends with a deep passion for Education.

    In our conversation we discuss how one of the most important social fabrics of our society has not seen big transformation since the industrial revolution, how children learn best and the missing piece that could perhaps be the driving force for much needed change.
    To have these two amazing women on STORY, sharing their wisdom as experts in this field, is indeed very special.

    We hope this conversation provides the spark for further exploration into Education and if it connects with you in any way, share it with other parents, so they too know that change is possible.

    • 1 hr 24 min
    Conversation with Bianca Loiacono

    Conversation with Bianca Loiacono

    At a time when the world is asking us to pause, reflect and perhaps make some big changes in our own lives I couldn't imagine a more fitting heart conversation to share.

    In this episode, I'm talking with Artist, Illustrator, Bianca Loiacono. Bianca is more than an illustrator. I call her a visual interpreter, almost like speaking a language but through her own unique stroke. Bianca has overcome some big personal challenges, choosing to use her struggle to create something beautiful.

    I've learned so much from just watching Bianca, how she lives her life, her interactions with others and how she responds to struggle when it arises. Teachers come in many forms and for me, Bianca is one of these teachers in my life.

    In our conversation, Bianca, shares about the shame she carried within her as she lived through a 10 year eating disorder, how she uses failure as a process of growth and the importance of 'commitment' and 'grace' as guiding principals to living life.
    II can't wait to share this heart conversation with you. I hope you enjoy.

    Bianca Loiacono - @bianca_loiacono


    The views expressed in this conversation are those of the guest and do not necessarily reflect those of Global Village Co / STORY. No warranty is given as to the correctness of the information shared by the guest in the conversation.

    Disclaimer: Please be mindful that some of the stories shared in this conversation may bring up feelings that are uncomfortable. We leave the choice to continue listen and watch to your discretion. Should you wish to speak with someone we encourage you reach out to a friend you trust or reach out to a mental health provider in your country or find support and information here: https://imhcn.org/ https://wfmh.global/ https://www.who.int/

    • 1 hr 16 min
    Conversation with Darren Mort

    Conversation with Darren Mort

    In this episode I'm talking with the inspiring, Darren Mort, 2019's and 2020's Barrister of the Year Finalist and 2019's Social Entrepreneur of the Year.

    After serving 30 years on the Family Law Bar Association and being a member of the Family Violence Task force Committee reporting directly to the Royal Commission, Darren was inspired to start producing books and films that highlighted some of our society's deep issues and provide some of the forgotten victims, the children, a voice.

    In 2017, Darren produced Degree of Separation, a film that tells the story of Troy as he navigates his life under the ever-present cloud of domestic violence. He also Authored 'Tommy & Tiger Terry', a book that tells the story of a separated household from the eyes of a little boy called Tommy. A compelling book for children and parents and a useful resource for any separated family to assist children to make sense of it all. The book recently Premiered as a short film titled TOMMY. A powerful, raw and beautifully produced film. TOMMY has already received 10 international awards since its recent Premiere.

    In our chat Darren shares about he's own personal experience, growing up in a home where domestic and physical violence were ever present and how he has chosen to continue to serve the community by using the power of the arts to give children a voice.

    It was a privilege and an honour to chat with Darren. I hope you enjoy it.

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    Disclaimer: Please be mindful that some of the stories shared in this conversation may bring up feelings that are uncomfortable. We leave the choice to continue listen and watch to your discretion. Should you wish to speak with someone we encourage you reach out to a friend you trust or reach out to a mental health provider in your country or find support and information here: https://imhcn.org/ https://wfmh.global/ https://www.who.int/. The views expressed in this conversation are those of the guest and do not necessarily reflect those of Global Village Co / STORY. No warranty is given as to the correctness of the information shared by the guest in the conversation.

    • 55 min
    Conversation with Naomi Seddon

    Conversation with Naomi Seddon

    In this episode I am talking with International lawyer Naomi Seddon, a fellow Aussie who now calls LA her home. A wife and mother of two beautiful twin girls, Naomi is a partner of Littler Mendelson. An expert in cross boarder global issues, Naomi was named as one of the top lawyers in the United States in the Legal 500 Awards. Qualified in Australia, NZ, USA and soon in the UK, it's fair to say, this is one lawyer you want by your side!⁣

    Since 2017, Naomi and her husband David, have also been fighting to regulate surrogacy law. A deep personal challenge that's had Naomi and her family on unpredictable grown since the birth of their twins.⁣

    In our conversation, Naomi shares personal insights and learnings when she was forced to move to the US to escape domestic violence, the pain in staring her family, fighting for her rights as the legal guardian of her daughters, to corporate life were Naomi shares why we are not even close to achieving work place equality. ⁣

    I'm so looking forward to sharing this conversation with you. ⁣
    I hope you enjoy it.⁣

    Add your mark to human connection around the world - www.poweredbysharing.com

    Disclaimer: Please be mindful that some of the stories shared in this conversation may bring up feelings that are uncomfortable. We leave the choice to continue listen and watch to your discretion. Should you wish to speak with someone we encourage you reach out to a friend you trust or reach out to a mental health provider in your country or find support and information here: https://imhcn.org/ https://wfmh.global/ https://www.who.int/

    The views expressed in this conversation are those of the guest and do not necessarily reflect those of Global Village Co / STORY. No warranty is given as to the correctness of the information shared by the guest in the conversation.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Conversation with Shaun O'Callaghan

    Conversation with Shaun O'Callaghan

    In this episode I'm talking with with Shaun O'Callaghan, Director of a leading Real Estate company, One Agency. An industry commentator featuring on programs like Real Estate Business and Sky News, Shaun has won a multitude of Industry awards.

    A Surf Coast native and a family man with two young daughters, Shaun has a deep connection with his local community. Shaun is also one of the founding members of the 50 Year Storm Invitational, a surf event in memory of a local surfing legend, Shaun Brooks. This big wave event sees some of Australians best big wave surfers come together in an effort to break down the stigma around mental health.

    Always curious, Shaun consistently looks for ways and tools to implement within his life in order to humanise life's happenings. I'm looking forward to deep div ing into a heart conversation with him. I hope you enjoy it.

    Add your mark to human connection around the world - www.poweredbysharing.com


    Disclaimer: Please be mindful that some of the stories shared in this conversation may bring up feelings that are uncomfortable. We leave the choice to continue listen and watch to your discretion. Should you wish to speak with someone we encourage you reach out to a friend you trust or reach out to a mental health provider in your country or find support and information here: https://imhcn.org/ https://wfmh.global/ https://www.who.int/

    The views expressed in this conversation are those of the guest and do not necessarily reflect those of Global Village Co / STORY. No warranty is given as to the correctness of the information shared by the guest in the conversation.

    • 59 min
    Conversation with Lisa Teh

    Conversation with Lisa Teh

    On our very first episode, we are talking with Lisa Teh, Founder and Director of leading digital company CODI Agency with clients like Uber Eats, L'Oreal, Coles and Adairs. Lisa is also the Co-Host of Lick, a business podcast, founder of beauty brand 101 Lifestyle, which is stocked in MECCA, Author of 2x best-selling books and Co-Founder and Editor of Couturing.com, a popular fashion, beauty and lifestyle media platform.

    Lisa shares about her anxiety, the steps she has taken to manage it and lessons learned along the way. A beautiful soul, Lisa is passionate about helping others and sharing openly. This lady is one savvy woman who passionate believes people in leadership positions must lead the way and talk about anxiety and struggle openly. I hope you enjoy listening to Lisa as much I enjoyed chatting with her.

    Add your mark to human connection around the world - www.poweredbysharing.com


    Disclaimer: Please be mindful that some of the stories shared in this conversation may bring up feelings that are uncomfortable. We leave the choice to continue listen and watch to your discretion. Should you wish to speak with someone we encourage you reach out to a friend you trust or reach out to a mental health provider in your country or find support and information here: https://imhcn.org/ https://wfmh.global/ https://www.who.int/

    The views expressed in this conversation are those of the guest and do not necessarily reflect those of Global Village Co / STORY. No warranty is given as to the correctness of the information shared by the guest in the conversation.

    • 53 min

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