An eclectic collection of weekly conversations with inspiring humans who are willing to share their journey, experiences, challenges, and hopes for the future. Skateboarders, surfers, alcoholics, permaculture gurus, authors, photographers, artists, health enthusiasts, athletes, educational leaders, entrepreneurs, activists...It’s gonna get weird. Recorded in the Bali jungle, episodes will drop every Sunday evening at 6pm (Indonesian standard time). Hosted by Terrible Happy himself.
#77 - Nathan Vickery: The art of agitating your life into happiness.
Nathan Vickery is a husband, father, surfer, contractor, ex-counsellor and someone I consider a best friend. 77BABY.
#76 - Courtney Beaton: Why vulnerability is your greatest strength.
Courtney Beaton is a wife, mother, artist, business woman, sports lover, self-confessed “doer” and author of children's book Alexander the Great.
#75 - Dr. Changa Kurukuluratne: Why the pandemic is an opportunity to unite, not divide.
https://terriblehappytalks.com/ Dr Changa is a medical doctor specialising in infectious diseases, infectious prevention, control, and tropical medicine. He has collaborated with regional and global health entities including the World Health Organisation (WHO), the US Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), among others. Changa obtained American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) certifications in internal medicine and infectious diseases, and was indoctrinated as a Fellow in the Academy of Medicine, Singapore.
#74 - Ryan Grant: The problem with stigma and men's mental health.
Ryan is a skateboarder, photographer, advocate for Men's Mental Health awareness and co-editor of Beatniks Skateboarding magazine.
#73 - Craig Branch: The 3 x Winter Olympian mindset.
Craig "Bud" Branch is a three-time winter Olympic Alpine ski racer, specialising in the Downhill and Super-G (Super Giant Slalom) events. Craig represented Australia at the Salt Lake City (USA), Torino (Italy) and Vancouver (Canada) winter Olympic Games, he spent 10 years on the World Cup tour and qualified for six world championship events.
#72 - Ignacio "Spud" Salazar: Big wave mindset, Peru, and plant medicines.
Ignacio Salazar is a big wave surfer who chases swells around the world in order to inspire people. Although he is known as Ignacio on the streets of downtown Punta Hermosa, Peru, they call him “Spud” in his adopted home of Australia.
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#51 w Kish ☀️Ease of an interview 🤯😇
Mind blowing and refreshing interview...actually, more like heart to heart session between two like-minded souls. I’ve known Kish since SD yoga days. To continually feel his vibes permeating through his work is nothing less that inspiring. Look forward to listening to more of your share sessions, and wouldn’t mind keeping #51 to refer to - ALWAYS ♻️
Great host to listen to!
Love this podcast so much! Every person's story is so different and the host has the perfect balance of sitting back and letting them talk while sharing relevant stories of his own
The BEST Bali Podcast
From cryptocurrency yogis to modern industrialists manufacturing footwear from used tires - you never know who you're going to listen to next! THT seems to find the most interesting people in Bali, hunts them down, then makes them feel comfortable enough to spill the secrets of life. One of my favorite questions that he asks in almost every episode is "Do we have to suffer to grow?"
I like that he records each podcast in a unique location rather than a sound controlled studio. Sometimes you hear the classic Bali gecko laughing in the background, sometimes you hear the rain of monsoon season falling softly on the rooftop. This podcast has the essence of Bali, told by the people who call the island their home.
There is some pure gold in these episodes that you won't find in books or youtube videos - some really valuable advice and heartwrenching stories. Thank you THT for giving us this audio gold!