46 episodes

The Passion Effect: The idea that our passions bring us a sense of happiness and purpose.

The Passion Effect is a podcast about exploring other people's passions, so that you can find your passions.

The Passion Effect Jack Pittman

    • Education
    • 5.0 • 2 Ratings

The Passion Effect: The idea that our passions bring us a sense of happiness and purpose.

The Passion Effect is a podcast about exploring other people's passions, so that you can find your passions.

    Ep.45: Graphic Designer turned Entrepreneur. The Power of Mentorship and Manifesting your Goals: Tara Solberg - Entrepreneur/Homewares Designer

    Ep.45: Graphic Designer turned Entrepreneur. The Power of Mentorship and Manifesting your Goals: Tara Solberg - Entrepreneur/Homewares Designer

    On Episode 45, I chat with one of Australia's leading female entrepreneurs, Tara Solberg. 

    Tara has been featured on Studio 10, The Daily Mail, The Australian Women’s Weekly. She’s worked with well-known Australian entrepreneurs such as Mark Bouris.

    Tara started two companies alongside her business partner and now husband Danny. Her two companies; Few and Far and Indigo Love create rustic furniture and homewares with the simple goal of ‘Bringing the World Home.’ 

    Tara is also the host of the Trade Wars course and podcast, which equips women with the tools they need to start and thrive in business.



    On this podcast Tara chats to us about:

    - The incredible story behind her business success.

    - How to manage both personal and professional life.

    - How to thrive in business during this Covid era.



    Check out Tara's website here: https://www.tarasolberg.com/about

    Check out Tara's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tarasolberg/?hl=en

    Check out The Passion Effect Podcast on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thepassioneffectpodcast/?hl=en

    • 40 min
    Ep.44: Knock, Knock. "Hoo Dis?" Lizzy. Lizzy Hoo? The art of a good joke: Lizzy Hoo - Comedian

    Ep.44: Knock, Knock. "Hoo Dis?" Lizzy. Lizzy Hoo? The art of a good joke: Lizzy Hoo - Comedian

    On this episode, I speak to Australian comedian, Lizzy Hoo. 

    After starting comedy in 2017. Lizzy had enjoyed a successful career in the Australian comedy scene. She received much attention for her sold-out show "Hoo Dis" in 2021. She’s worked alongside Australian comedians Tom Gleeson, Denise Scott and Geraldine Hickley. She’s performed at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, the Sydney Comedy Festival and more recently the prestigious Oxfam Gala which was broadcasted on the ABC. She’s also been featured on SBS Voices and ABC Life.

    On the podcast Lizzy shares:

    - How humour and comedy has improved her confidence and positivity.

    - Her early comedy experience and what she's learned.

    - Her favourite moments on stage.

    - And my personal favourite advice and tips we can use to become funnier.



    Check out Lizzy's website: https://www.lizzyhoo.com/

    Follow The Passion Effect on Instagram: @thepassioneffectpodcast

    • 38 min
    Ep.43: Asia's #1 Business Coach Shares All: Daniel Tolson - Business

    Ep.43: Asia's #1 Business Coach Shares All: Daniel Tolson - Business

    On this episode I speak to Daniel Tolson. An Australian business coach, author and entrepreneur.

    Daniel is regarded as Asia’s #1 business coach specialising in Emotional Intelligence. He has helped over 15,000 businesses catapult their influence, accelerate their impact and unleash new income levels.

    Daniel is also an Australian Champion wakeboarder, he’s co-led 17000+ cabin crews for Emirates Airlines and launched his own clothing brand.

    On this episode Daniel talks about:

    - His early real estate experience and what’s he’s learned from helping 15000+ businesses.

    - How you can improve your life and business by applying concepts of Emotional Intelligence.

    - The importance of goal setting.



    Check out Daniel's website: https://danieltolson.com/

    Follow The Passion Effect on Instagram: @thepassioneffectpodcast

    • 36 min
    Ep.42: A Year In Review - 2021 Mash-Up

    Ep.42: A Year In Review - 2021 Mash-Up

    In Episode 42, we take a look at all the best moments and stories from The Passion Effect in 2021!

    • 19 min
    Ep.41: What you NEED to know about consent and sexual assault: Chanel Contos - Education/Activism

    Ep.41: What you NEED to know about consent and sexual assault: Chanel Contos - Education/Activism

    On Episode 41 I speak to Australian Consent activist Chanel Contos. Chanel became known globally in 2021, following an outpouring of responses to her request for young Australian women to report and share their sexual assault experiences.

    Chanel Contos is leading a movement to mandate consent education across Australia.

    Chanel’s story is proof that no dream or goal is too big when you believe in what you are doing.

    And today on the podcast – Chanel is here to chat about:

    ✅ Tools you can use to support victims of sexual assault.

    ✅ How Chanel founded an online petition for consent education reforms in Australian schools.

    ✅ Empowered thousands of young girls to share their stories and seek help.

    ✅ Reshaped the way we collectively think about consent.

    Chanel is also the 2021 winner and recipient of the Young people’s medal by the Australian Human Rights Commission. Chanel was also featured on Marie Claire's prestigious Australian 'Women of the Year' list alongside eight other women.

    If this conversation does raise any issues Contact 1800Respect for support and help regarding sexual assault.

    Check out Chanel's website: https://www.teachusconsent.com/

    Check out Teach Us Consent on Instagram: @teachusconsent

    Check out The Passion Effect on Instagram: @thepassioneffectpodcast

    • 30 min
    Ep.40: How to Open 1000 Doors For Others and Find Your Passions: Joe Wehbe - Education/Writing

    Ep.40: How to Open 1000 Doors For Others and Find Your Passions: Joe Wehbe - Education/Writing

    On Episode 40 I speak to Joe Wehbe. Joe is an Australian podcast host, author, writer, former Co-Director of not-for-profit From the Ground Up and Co-Founder of The Constant Student Community - which is a platform for young creatives to explore entrepreneurial paths.

    Joe is a co-author of the best-selling book '18 & Lost? So Were We' – a book written by Joe and eight of his friends to show there’s no perfect path after high school.

    After three years at university studying psychology and feeling lost, Joe discovered entrepreneurship and leaned into his passions. Joe's story is proof that life is anything but linear!

    On Episode 40 Joe talks about: 
    ✅  His post-high school experiences and where he is today.
    ✅  How you can find your passions by applying the concept of 1000 Doors and Audience of None.
    ✅  Learning through experiences and how to maximise Return on Investment.

    Check out Joe's website: https://withjoewehbe.com/

    Check out Joe's book '18 & Lost? So Were We': https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B09GJML236?tag=joewehbe-22&geniuslink=true

    Check out The Constant Student: https://www.constantstudent.com.au/

    Check out The Passion Effect on Instagram: @thepassioneffectpodcast

    • 1 hr 1 min

Customer Reviews

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ThePsyche-DelicPodcast ,

Interesting interviews!

It’s so neat to see all the places passion can take us. Great material! Definitely following this podcast.

mommalabs ,

Love it!!

Super amazing podcast with the best host!! Highly highly recommend!

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