The UNSTOPPABLE with Kerwin Rae podcast is for anyone who wants to push through their limits and live up to their highest potential.
I interview top specialists, enlightened gurus and strategic professionals to uncover what it takes to get your business, your performance, your relationships, your health and so much more to the next level, so you can become UNSTOPPABLE.
The hidden power of mushrooms | Julian Mitchell | Unstoppable #114
Did you know that penicillin comes from the fungi kingdom? That there’s a phobia to mushrooms and they’re even considered the Earth’s natural internet?
These are just some of the amazing facts that Julian Mitchell shared with me in this episode of Unstoppable. Julian is the CEO of Life Cykel, an evolutionary focused mycelium biotechnology company, whose mission is to enable people and the environment to grow healthier with mushrooms.
Do you want to know the secrets of the fungi kingdom?
From the navy to the business world | Anthony Richardson | Unstoppable #113
In this episode of Unstoppable, I speak with former Royal Australian Navy Sailor and founder of AUSFIT and Q83, Anthony Richardson.
After 11 years as a mine warfare specialist, Anthony started manufacturing his own version of a torsion bar. His product was a success and have sold over 10,000 units just in Australia and now sell to the military and gyms internationally.
Anthony’s journey as an entrepreneur is a must-listen for anyone looking to build a company through creative problem-solving.
How to produce tasty meat without killing animals | Michael Fox | Unstoppable #112
Can you imagine eating tacos, curry or even a cheeseburger without meat? If you said “absolutely not”, think again, because you’re about to hear how it is possible to enjoy everything that is delicious about eating meat, all without animal products.
In this episode of Unstoppable, I speak to Michael Fox, CEO of Fable Food Co, a company that provides meat alternatives that taste exactly like meat, but without harming animals.
Whether you’re a vegetarian or not, you can’t miss this one!
Do you know the real power of your brain? | Dr Moran Cerf | Unstoppable #111
Do you know why we laugh at comedian’s jokes? Or why the person you love drives you occasionally crazy? The secret is just one, YOUR BRAIN. In this episode of Unstoppable, I talk to the neuroscientist Dr Moran Cerf where he shared with me some of the secrets of our brain. If you’re a marketer, filmmaker, entrepreneur or speaker and you want to know how to communicate effectively and get the secret formula to deliver the perfect presentation without losing people's attention, this is the podcast you need
How to stop being angry at life | John Kim | Unstoppable #110
After going through a divorce and experiencing a ‘rebirth’ John Kim started his coaching movement, calling himself “The Angry Therapist”. He built a devoted following who loved his authenticity and transparency by sharing his story, something that therapists are not allowed to do.
In this episode of Unstoppable, we talk about how to manage anger and the importance of having boundaries in relationships.
You definitely can’t miss this one out.
Healing power of Meditation and Intermittent fasting | Mark Bunn | Unstoppable #109
Mark Bunn takes us down an educational limitless hole of why mental and physical health is key to high performance and taking your life into your own hands. From professional AFL football to Ayurvedic medicine, Mark has been on a journey of self-fulfilment and health, and is now here to share his stories with us!
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Excellent Podcast - Highly Recommend
Kerwin Rae is an excellent podcast host. I highly recommend this podcast to anyone who is looking to better themselves.
Wow! Just wow. This was such an awesome podcast. I needed to hear this so thank you
Have been listening to these podcasts for a few weeks and have found some good content. Unfortunately, I was incredibly disappointed in the episode on equality. While the guest may have been interesting and informative, Rae’s single focus on reverse sex discrimination was distracting. Even after he was presented with evidence that it’s clearly not a systemic problem, he insisted on beating the subject to death. Very telling re his biases. Hopefully, he learned something. Not sure I’ll be back.