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Your Third Voice

Your Third Voice

Author: Caron Margarete

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Your Third Voice is all about education and inspiration for your inner mentor. We have three voices. The first is the voice we use to speak. The second is the voice inside our mind, the one we use to talk to ourselves. The third is our inner mentor, our unconscious mind, that guides the decisions for how we lead our lives. The aim of Your Third Voice is to be a guide for your inner mentor. We provide the resources, tools & techniques necessary for your inner mentor to learn and be inspired so you can grow, teach others and expand your experiences.
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Episode 020 with Victor Perton: The Optimistic Case for Australian Leadership
Today's guest is the first interview to kick off Season 2. Victor Perton is regarded as a thought leader in leadership & strategy, international relations & business, public policy, negotiation, corporate governance, public relations and venture capital. His experience includes 18 years as a parliamentarian, a barrister, mediator, arbitrator, businessman, service as a board member as well as a mentor in the public and private sectors. What none of this tells you is just how funny Victor is, nor how humble and joyous he is. Victor is an incredible guest from whom you will learn a lot. His vision for Australian Leadership and his case for optimism for our country is one to really get behind. Today's interview with Victor will educate and inspire you by: How Victor's upbringing influenced his education and how it shaped his career in law and politics Why Victor would pinch himself daily in his role as the Commissioner to the Americas for the State of Victoria The funny things Victor learned about Australia and Australians as the Senior Advisor to the G20 Presidency The astonishing thing about Australian leadership that took Victor by surprise What lead Victor to begin the Australian Leadership Project The infection of bad news in our media and Victor's crusade of sharing positive stories How Victor defines 'Leadership' - or rather doesn't - and what 'not leadership' is How Australian Leadership Project will engage and grow into services to bring the conversation alive How to lead like an Australian and the true uniqueness of being Australian What we need to consider as we educate our future leaders and the credit our children deserve for how switched they are now What is it about Victor that makes him a leader What the case for optimism is all about and what Victor's case is The power of gratitude and recognising people in the moment What is educating and inspiring Victor's Inner Mentor at the moment. Links to Victor and things we discuss: Victor's website Connect with Victor on LinkedIn Subscribe to Victor's blog Read the interview with me and other notable Australians on the Australian Leadership Project Buy the book: The Case for Optimism: The Optimists' Voices Join the conversation with Victor on Twitter Have you subscribed to our mailing list, or on Stitcher, Castbox, iTunes? Your Inner Mentor will thank you, I promise! Blessed be, my friends!  “When the Aussie delegation walked into the World Health Organisation people smiled because they knew they'd get good science, but that you would also get a good joke or two." - Victor Perton Episode Gratitude: Rob Cotton for the music for Season 2, and to Daniel Benroth on Fiverr for the sound engineering, thank you!
Episode 018 with Ossie Khan: Find Your High Performance Self
Today's guest, Ossie Khan, is one of those people. One of those people who live their life doing so many awesome things that it seems impossible to believe someone gets paid to be as cool as he is. And yet, he does and is able to relate it back to you with engaging stories that seem too surreal to be real and yet completely believable. You won't be able to help yourself as you enjoy the cool, relaxed, down-to-earth way Ossie speaks. It helps that he has one of those wonderfully infectious laughs that carries on in your mind long after he's stopped laughing. His message of how to find your high performance self will have you wanting to literally jump out of a plane. Today's interview with Ossie will be educate and inspire you by: How Ossie he got into skydiving Why you need to try new things Why ‘women in sport’ is a passion for Ossie The surprising things that Ossie didn’t expect from following his passion for skydiving The story of how Ossie turned around a failing skydiving business What lead Ossie to build his action sport video business, Experience Series Why having a diversified approach to business and brand development is essential How Ossie helps sports people to build a strong personal brand beyond their sports career Ossie explains why sponsorship is not the best approach and how to better target brand messages for the ultimate communication with customers Ossie tells the incredible story of what first seemed like a crazy, impossible thing to attempt, but found a way to achieve it (prepare for goosebumps!) What got Ossie into Crossfit and what he likes about it Exactly what Crossfit is and why it is, and is not, a competitive sport Why fitness is key to the results you can achieve each day What the Better Body in 12 Weeks program is The steps to find Your High Performance Self How to rely on yourself to produce a result And, why the power of working with a strong team is crucial to getting results How Ossie saved his own life in the air over Mt Everest and the moment that took his breath away The importance of being equipped, qualified and current And lastly, the beautiful story of who is inspiring Ossie’s Inner Mentor at the moment (get your tissues ready!) Links to Ossie and things we discuss: Ossie Khan on  LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube Experience Series website Better Body in 12 Weeks website The Impossible is Possible story That Ford advertisement Mya's Story Have you subscribed to our mailing list, or on Stitcher/ iTunes? Your Inner Mentor will thank you, I promise! Blessed be, my friends! “At the end of the day I had to believe in myself and work out a way I could wingsuit over Fraser Island and land on the back of a Ford Ranger.” Ossie Khan Episode Gratitude: Junel Estafia for sound engineering, compilation of the music and final editing of this episode. Your continued support and willingness to learn with me is inspiring, thank you! 
Episode 017 with Holly Morphew: How to Make a Financial Impact
Last November, I was blessed to attend the JT Foxx Family Reunion in Orlando, Florida. While there I saw Holly Morphew speak about how to make a financial impact and became inspired to push myself out of my comfort zone of ignorance when it comes to financial literacy. Quite honestly, I'm tired of living month-to-month, with only a little bit to fall back on in hard times. Heck. I'm tired of having hard times. While I do not have institutional debt, I do still owe an FFF (Family, Friend, Fool) money. It's enough of a debt to motivate my performance and to teach myself how to get out of this situation. Not only that, my husband and I have considerable aspirations for the future of our family, both here in Australia and his homeland of Nigeria. We will not be able to achieve anything if we continue to do what we've always done. As Henry Ford said: “If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always got.” Today's interview with Holly is one that taught me a great deal, you too will be educated and inspired by: What a Financial Health Counselor is and why Holly became one What the difference is between a financial adviser and a financial health counselor is What creates financial stress What Rotary International did to help Holly’s career How Holly’s business Financial Impact began Why Holly recommends that you start your business irrespective of accreditation Why Holly has a business coach Holly gets into the nitty gritty of what it means to have financial wellness Why Holly recommends you have a 3-8 month emergency fund in savings and she recommends where to put the money Why debt repayment is a need How Holly defines financial literacy Understanding what your debt burden is how to create different kinds of income Why people fear money and feel it controls them How the messages we receive as children teach us about money management How awareness around money and financial literacy can empower us Why passive income is the way toward financial freedom Holly explains what non-performing debt is and why she says: “Get out of non-performing debt as quickly as possible.". How to calculate your Financial Impact Factor What we’re not told about banking systems, loans, overdrafts and fees What financial freedom looked like to Holly when she started her business and what it looks like today Holly talks about her programs and products and how anyone in the world can benefit from what she teaches Why businesses are beginning to invest in their employee’s financial well-being The ladies who are inspiring Holly’s Inner Mentor at the moment And soooo much more! Links to Holly and things we discuss: Holly Morphew on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram The Financial Impact website Robert Kiyosaki website; Deepak Chopra website; Dave Ramsey website Clarifications: The difference between a broker and adviser in Australia; and, tax benefits for increasing your superannuation with voluntary deposits Have you subscribed on Stitcher or iTunes? Leave us a review so we grow and educate & inspire many more people like yourself! Blessed be, my friends! “Inaction is a decision.” Holly Morphew Episode Gratitude: Junel Estafia for sound engineering, compilation of the music and final editing of this episode. Your continued support and willingness to learn with me is inspiring, thank you!   
Episode 016 with Judith Van Unen: Access to Justice, Equality & Rights
Judith Van Unen is one of those people I've been blessed to meet that continues to teach me something new with every conversation. Her wealth of knowledge is expansive as today's interview will illustrate. With a background in business that commenced when she was just 16 years old, Judith has owned a number of businesses across a broad range of industries. We explore this experience and discuss what lead her to start the co-directed not-for-profit organisation, Justice Equality Rights Access International. We also dig in deep to the issues surrounding gender quality, women's rights and what is happening on the international stage to continue the conversation. You will be educated and inspired by: How Judith has kept herself grounded and positive through life’s challenges What Judith learned as a youth about working as a volunteer in the disability sector How Judith commenced her entrepreneurial journey How experiencing cancer and raising her children enabled her to maintain focus on what was truly important What it entails to be a business performance strategist Judith explains what Justice Equality Rights Access International is and what lead her to begin a not-for-profit organisation Why it was essential that Judith and the JERA team firmly believe that working with men & boys is key to gender equality Why Judith previously didn’t believe that there was a gender equality issue in Australia, how her knowledge grew and her opinion changed Why youth have an assumption that they won’t face pay inequality and why it’s essential we keep our children engaged in the conversation Why women continue to need women’s rights activism and what some of the lesser known differences between men and women are that aren't spoken about How to engage everyone in the Care Economy and why it’s essential that men have the same access and a voice in the parenting and childcare experience How Judith and the JERA team mitigate the cultural constraints of other countries and why it’s not their right to overlay their Western ideals on their needs. Judith provides fantastic advice for those who wish to start their own not-for-profit What Judith’s why for her work is and what’s educating and inspiring Judith’s inner mentor at the moment. Links to Judith and things we discuss: Judith Van Unen on LinkedIn, Twitter Justice Equality Rights Access International (JERA) website, Facebook, Twitter Small Business Mentoring Service - Judith's profile UN Women - Fourth World Conference on Women, Beijing 1995 G20 25x25 Committment UN Women, Peace and Security Council JERA Joining the Dots Project The Australian Care Economy: A Gender Perspective - Article Have you subscribed on Stitcher or iTunes? Leave us a review so we grow and educate & inspire many more people like yourself! Blessed be, my friends! “Gender equality is both men & women, it’s as simple as that. It’s about fairness for everyone regardless of the specific gender or how they recognise their gender.”Judith Van Unen Episode Gratitude: Junel Estafia for sound engineering, compilation of the music and final editing of this episode. Your continued support and willingness to learn with me is inspiring, thank you! 
Episode 015 with Aaron Zelman: From Employee to Business Owner and Back Again (with a twist)
Sourcing guests for our podcast has been a great experience for me. Naturally I looked close to home and business for my initial guests, however as word spread more and more people began to open up and tell me their unique stories. Today's interview is with one such guest. Aaron Zelman, a life insurance adviser.  One thing I would like you to do before you listen today is to ask yourself, do I have a preconceived idea of what I think a conversation with a life insurance adviser will be like? If the answer is yes, then it's imperative that you in particular listen to this interview because Aaron is not at all what comes to mind.  His is a great story, you will be educated and inspired by: The surprising thing Aaron would like you to know about him Why I interviewed someone in life insurance and why this interview isn’t really about life insurance That said, Aaron does give us a brief understanding of what life insurance is The misconceptions about life insurance and why there is a sentiment that you can’t trust life insurance companies On to the real reason I wanted to chat to Aaron - what led him to resign from a secure, stable and full time employment that he enjoyed The lessons Aaron learned from backing himself The reason he didn’t burn the bridge with his prior employer The early stages of commencing his own business while working from home with three small children Aaron explains how he managed his “3 Shoulds” How Aaron got his first clients and what the high-five milestones were How he made the decision to sell his multi-million dollar business- a surprise turn of events Precisely why he decided to sell and how it worked in accordance with his strengths How Aaron managed the clients and employees in the sale How Aaron and his wife manage family commitments with work The power of time blocking Who’s inspiring Aaron at the moment! Links to Aaron and things we discuss: Aaron on LinkedIn and Twitter His company websites Priority Life and Medibroker Gary Vee and the School of Greatness Have you subscribed on Stitcher or iTunes? Leave us a review so we grow and educate & inspire many more people like yourself! Blessed be, my friends! “It's okay if you want to be a hobbyist and you want to muck around doing all sorts of things but if you're in a business for a purpose then you've got to free yourself up.” Aaron Zelman, explaining his 3 Shoulds. Episode Gratitude: Junel Estafia for sound engineering, compilation of the music and final editing of this episode. Your continued support and willingness to learn with me is inspiring, thank you! 
Episode 014 with Adam Dunning: Entrepreneurialism in the Arts
Adam Dunning is a singer and songwriter who specialises in the genre Bossa Nova, with a little bit of jazz and "solar" thrown in. Bossa Nova is little known genre that originated on the beaches of Rio de Janeiro in the late 1950s by a small group of mainly middle-class students, artists and musicians. It is a soft, downplayed samba based on traditional Brazilian music and rhythms, American jazz, and a new style of Portuguese lyrics.* Adam not only teaches us about Bossa Nova but he also teaches us what it means to be entrepreneurial when your work is based in the Arts. In today's interview, you will be educated and inspired by: The motivation that inspired Adam to study law What it means for him to be a creative How he became a songwriter and musician and what it means to be a hybrid What is the music genre of Bossa Nova all about The reason moving to Rio de Janeiro from a high powered corporate law career wasn’t a big leap How he afforded his long term stay in Rio What Adam learned about the differences in culture What taking risks taught him and why his decisions weren't as ignorant as first thought Adam provides three tips to support the growth of your business How musicians evolve and why their biggest downfall is when they change their brand values The importance of thinking like your customer His return to Australia and how he learned to commercialise his music The challenges for artists today Why the commercialisation of art creates more value both for the artist and the buyer What educates and inspires Adam And soooo much more!   Links to Adam and things we discuss: Adam's website Sunset Entertainment Lawyers on Facebook Adam on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, Instragram, YouTube Where to listen and buy Adam's music: iTunes, Bandcamp, website *A brief history of Bossa Nova IDEO Have you subscribed on Stitcher or iTunes? Leave us a review so we grow and educate & inspire many more people like yourself! Blessed be, my friends! “Impersonation is a great way to learn to become be yourself.” Adam Dunning Episode Gratitude: Junel Estafia for sound engineering, compilation of the music and final editing of this episode. Your continued support and willingness to learn with me is inspiring, thank you! 
Episode 013 with Jessamy Gee: How to Think in Colour
Have you ever been to a conference or watched a YouTube video of someone drawing on a whiteboard what the person is saying in a careful, curated way that tells the story in images? The organisation, The RSA, does a great job with their RSA Animates series. These artists are known as Graphic Recorders or Visual Practitioners. I've long loved these videos because I'm a visual learner and find that I remember things better when I can see them - as we'll discover in today's interview, it's how I remember names. I first saw the work of Jessamy Gee from Think in Colour, when I volunteered for TEDxMelbourne, a few years ago. I was really inspired by what flow looked like in action. Jessamy was in her element; it was a beautiful thing to witness. Our very own Admin Asset, Ness Phillips, recommended Jessamy as a guest and instantly I knew she'd make a great storyteller. She has wowed me with her insights into memory retention, education, social responsibility and how images can add incredible impact to someone speaking. In today's interview, you will be educated and inspired by: Why Jessamy is passionate about communication How to be a professional listener who draws Why Jessamy needed to pursue Purpose in her work The journey of Jessamy's path to becoming a Graphic Recorder And, why her worst boss provided the hardest learning curve but the best one How to apply graphic recording for better memory retention What Jessamy did to start her own business Why it took a four year old to validate her as an artist What graphic recording is and when it's best used and when it's not appropriate How she overcame the fear of drawing in front of a room full of people Why intention determines the outcome of a graphic recording well before the pen is picked up How to be a graphic recorder and what the Six Golden Eggs of Graphic Recording are What the process and product outcomes of using a graphic recorder are and how to get the best results from your chosen artist The resources you need to become a graphic recorder and why, if you live in Perth, you need to pay attention What Jessamy learned about social responsibility and how its something we all need to apply And soooo much more! Links to Jessamy and things we discuss: Jessamy on LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, Pinterest The Think-in-Colour website and Facebook Samples of Jessamy's work The seven emotions (p.s. the missing emotion is 'anger') International Forum of Visual Practitioners (IFVP)  Become a Rockstar Scribe online course Dan Roam's Napkin Academy John Medina and memory retention Scott McCloud, comic book artist And an added bonus for fun, a game to play with facial expressions. Have you subscribed on Stitcher or iTunes? Leave us a review so we grow and educate & inspire many more people like yourself! And, today I just found out we've also been picked up by the free radio app Castbox so search us there too! Blessed be, my friends! “Unfortunately, we still live in a world where ‘neutral’ is white dude and everything else is a statement. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we lived in a world where we didn’t notice the fact that the engineer was a woman and the nurse is a man?” Jessamy Gee Episode Gratitude: Junel Estafia for sound engineering, compilation of the music and final editing of this episode. Your continued support and willingness to learn with me is inspiring, thank you! 
Episode 012 with Emily Jaksch
Today's interview is with Emily Jaksch from HR Gurus is an exploration of what Human Resources really is and what it means for both large organisations and the Small to Medium Enterprises (SME) she specialises in. Emily is a lively speaker who is clearly passionate about her ethically based, service focused, family-orientated business that supports SMEs to be their own human resource gurus. In today's interview, you will be educated and inspired by: How Emily went from the daily grind of corporate Human Resources and built her own business What differentiates her services from what most HR companies provide How an employee’s Inner Mentor is supported through their guidance Workplace culture - what it means for employers and how to keep employees engaged actively Why a company needs a Mission, Vision and Values and what's needed to keep these front of mind What Emily is passionate about and how she helps people to define why they exist Why the meaning of someone's work should be closely linked with their personal values How it is that younger people are considered more philanthropic & why they leave if their values aren't aligned Why Human Resources for SMEs differ greatly from large organisations What SMEs can do to proactively navigate the difficult and complex employment and legal landscape What harassment and bullying really are and how they differ What you can do if you're experiencing harassment or bullying in the workplace or an employer being accused of it What is redundancy and what are the payment obligations for SMEs What SMEs need to know about recruiting new employees How working mothers make for great employees and why more companies should invest in women transitioning back to work part time What the value of investing in yourself really is. Links to Emily and things we discuss: Emily on LinkedIn HR Gurus website, and on Facebook, Twitter Tad James Co and Neuro-Linguistic Programming website Have you subscribed on Stitcher or iTunes? Leave us a review so we grow and educate & inspire many more people like yourself! Blessed be, my friends! “I find that working mums are amazing at time management, multi-tasking, and attention to detail. They love coming back to work and the feeling of doing something for them." Emily Jaksch Episode Gratitude: Junel Estafia for sound engineering, compilation of the music and final editing of this episode and to Kym McCabe as our Community Cheerleader. You each teach and inspire me so much, thank you! 
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