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Episode 18 – Great Expectations and the changing face of the workplace with Matt Taylor

As workplaces around the world continue to come to terms with the fallout from a once in a lifetime pandemic. One group of people, common to most businesses have been tasked with managing the, sometimes competing expectations of both employers and employees. We are of course talking about HR. Matt Taylor is one such person, ...

Episode 17 – Are you really doing what you love? with Matt Linnert

Being peacefully productive is not just what Matt Linnert aspires to be himself, it’s what he inspires everyone he interacts with to be. From an early fascination with all things mathematical to a desire to educate young people as a schoolteacher, Matt finally hit upon mentoring people in life skills as his absolute sweet spot. ...

Episode 16 – Running on Empty

It took a terrifying incident on the M1 between Sydney and Newcastle for Pat Calabria to take the action needed to lift himself out of a huge hole. Pat had been putting everything into his work for so long that he had nothing left in the tank, leaving him literally frozen with anxiety on the ...

Episode 15 – Have you heard of the Blue Zones?

Have you heard about the Blue Zones? with Bec Bowie At Wellbeings & Co we often talk about the ‘Blue Zones’. Five small regions where life expectancy and quality of life are higher than anywhere else in the world. Unwittingly, Bec Bowie has managed to create her own Blue Zone in the form of a ...
Wellbeings and Co.

Episode 14 – What works for you?

After all the pivoting and adapting of the last couple of years when it comes to working conditions right around the world, one thing has been universally acknowledged, and that is that the need to focus on the individual’s health and wellbeing in the workplace has never been more important. In this episode, you’ll meet ...
Wellbeings and Co. Martin Gillespie

Episode 13 – ‘Just Breathe’ With Martin Gillespie

To say Martin Gillespie has had some personal hurdles to jump over in recent years, is a total understatement. As we continue to bring you stories of people going to extraordinary lengths to improve the health and wellbeing of their communities, Martin’s is sure to resonate with you.   Originally hailing from Glasgow, this enthusiastic, ...
Paul Harrison Wellbeings and Co.

Episode 12 – The Call That Saved A Life with Paul Harrison

Paul Harrison has served in the military, been a first responder, and worked for many years in the security industry. All of which led him down a path many struggle to come back from. Paul’s life was saved by a friend who took the simple step of checking in on him at what turned out ...
Maree Edwards Wellbeings and Co.

Episode 11 – Soul of the Earth

Spending time with proud indigenous woman Maree Edwards is always a rewarding and enriching experience, and this conversation is no different, as we discuss the focus given to health and wellbeing her workplace and finding more effective ways to reconcile the differences between indigenous and non-indigenous Australians. Maree also talks openly about how hard she’s ...
Systemic Inflammation: What Are The Signs Of Systemic Inflammation?

What are the signs of systemic inflammation?

How do you feel when you wake up every day? First thoughts you have when you open your eyes in the morning? When you look at the day ahead, what are you thinking? How are you feeling? Are you feeling, or are you numb? You look at the kids, you look at your partner. The ...
Thrive Wellbeings and Co.

Episode 10 – Thrive @ 85

When Susie sat down to have a chat with her dad, Mike, on the eve of his 85th birthday, she wasn’t overly surprised to hear how his simple life philosophy has positively impacted his health and wellbeing for all these years. Stream now on Apple Podcasts or Spotify, or via the player below.   ...

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