Concept is simple, we get to chat to people who do what they love. No matter what the professional we get to listen to individuals authentic stories as to where they started to where they are now in the pursuit of doing what they love.
#14 Lukhan Salakaia-Loto
Final episode for the year we catch up with Lukhan who talks about his transition from Sydney and league to living in Brisbane and Rugby Union. He touches on the role his family plays as well as recently becoming a father himself. Even shares his music asperations as an outlet he looks to explore more of in 2022. Also an insight into the his experience with the Qld Reds and Wallabies and how he has built a resillient midset through adversity.
#13 Caleb Timu
Faith, Family, France and Footy Caleb takes on a journey from growing up out on the Southside of Brisbane to playing in front of sold out stadiums. How his transition from League to Rugby Union helped show him the world. What's most impressive about this episode is Caleb talks about putting his faith first was something he was determined to do by giving up the opportunity of a full time professional contract to serve his 2 year mormon mission. He share's his decision to hang up the boots at the young age of 27 to chase his professional ambitions in the space of Life Coaching and personal development. Enjoy
#12 Sione Helu
The cretive mind behind Pig Athletic, Sione shares the story of his creative journey and how not achieving his dream of being a full time pro ultimately pushed him closer to what he is currently doing. Showing everything happens for a reason.
#11 Iopu Iopu-Aso
He's been harder than current Wallabies and All Black athletes to get on the poddy. Grateful to finally sit down with the man himslef to chat about growing up in Central Auckland, moving away from home as a young man to find his own independence. 7's particularly the trainings, NPC, Super Rugby, Faith, Family and his creative genius in the digital space we touch on it all.
#10 Charlotte Caslick
A pleasure to have our first female guest on the Podcast. Charlotte's story is one about if there is no opportunity you literally create your own. Great insight into her support network that has been there since day 1. From touch to 7's as well as 2 olympic games campaigns and a stint in the NRLW. Her story has it all, and she still has so much more ahead of her.
#9 Lote Tuqiri
As authentic as they come. LT takes us from the beginning to where it all started, his stories of his first pre-season with the Broncos will leave you in stitches. First time meeting Big Wendell Sailor, the influence of Tim Sheens as a coach and the transition from league to Rugby. Could easily have carried on for another hour but leaves plenty for a follow up episode!