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Author: Georgia Ellis

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Like most people I have had a sense of wonder not only about the world we live in (our outer world), but also the world we think in (our inner world) for as long as I can remember. As I continue on this journey of life I will share with you my insights and also introduce you to the ordinary people I cross paths with who are achieving the extraordinary. I'm not talking about extraordinary as we traditionally perceive it with regards to success, I'm referring to those women and men who are living on purpose and sharing their unique gifts with the world - whatever those gifts may be.
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Shelly was born and raised in the Mormon church, like all good Mormons, she married young and bred fast, having seven wonderful children to ensure she would get into Heaven and please her Mormon family. Not long after the birth of her seventh child, Shelly had a breakdown. She left the church, coming out of the closet and divorcing her husband. Now she’s doing her best trying to figure out life and heal from the trauma. This episode is a raw account of Shelly’s journey of liberation and awakening, as she undoes the shackles of conditioning, moves through guilt and experiences a full life for the first time in 40 years. Shelly shares how she thought her depression and anxiety was a sign that she was a sinner, it wasn’t until her partner Mary assured her that everything was going to be alright that she no longer had to pretend and life responded in the form of a gentle breeze on her shoulder.Together we explore her family's response to her coming out as a lesbian and the incredible difference she is making in the lives of others as she and Mary host the insightful, funny and downright honest podcast called Latter Day Lesbian.Catch Shelly on the Latterday Lesbian PodcastMusic: www.purpleplanet.com
Justen Lee is a 25-year-old with a bit of a tricky to define title. He works in Austin Texas as an addiction recovery coach, life coach, movement coach, health and wellness guide with a background in culinary arts. Some of his other passions include rock climbing, surfing, martial arts and philosophy. But we’re not here to talk about his passions, we’re here to hear about his life changing experience that saw him go from addict to living on purpose. In this episode Justen shares his story of remarkable transformation, from feeling like he was pretty sure he was going to die, to buying a one way ticket to the Bahamas in the a last ditch effort to see whether extracts of the African root medicine Ibogo, (the purified alkaloid ibogaine) could help him turn things around. Follow Justen through his experience of having his mind wiped clean and a how he used the post treatment effects of greater neuroplasticity to write a new script for all areas of his life.Justen shares wise tips of how we can all escape the “boxed in” life and fill the emptiness that led him to his addictions.An episode not to be missed!Reach JustinEmail justen.rootrecovery@gmail.comPodcast: Coming soonYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQRp7XgksmXTUpQU0C1BczQ/videosFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/justen.lee.77Music: www.purpleplanet.comMain Sponsor. www.bluechipminds.com
Marlowe moved to Australia from Canada to marry the love of her life, and was just settling into motherhood with a 6 month old baby, when her husband suffered a stroke. Deciding to take a vow of poverty they soldiered on together, until Marlowe realised that if she wanted to put her children through non-public schooling, she would have to buckle down and get a job… Marlowe shares her story of resilience and perseverance as she worked towards creating her own Jewellery brand “Kaya Jewellery”. She shares how she overcame obstacles and simple ideas for bringing your business, or any goal to life… and it requires nothing more than a daily shower!Marlowe designs and handcrafts therapeutic jewellery that are thoughtful gifts of connection for anyone. You can find out more at https://www.kayajewellery.com.au/
If you are experiencing overwhelm, chronic stress, working with complexity or running on empty this is one episode you want to wrap your ears around! Rob is an applied neuroscientist-practitioner who coaches athletes, students and professionals to higher levels of cognitive and emotional intelligence and function. He has personally worked with athletes who have gone on to become Australian Champions, International Representatives, World Championship medalists, and much more. He is widely sought out by organisations to share his knowledge on how to train the brain for greater focus, composure and flow using cognitive training, neuro-biofeedback and brain stimulation devices. During our conversation we discuss:How modern living is wreaking havoc on our brains and body and the steps you can take to reclaim your calm and strengthen your mental muscles. If you have someone or something in your life that really pisses you off – Rob has a few tips on how to take control back through the use of your physiology. He shares insights on the use of technology to measure your physiology, and he stresses that hoping without action is a poor strategy for a better life. If you find yourself reaching for a glass of wine, a beer or a binge on Netflix… you may soon discover that it does more harm than good on your ability to bounce back each day when life throws more curve balls your way!Contact Rob info@thebrainroom.com.au or  http://www.thebrainroom.com.au/ 
During my chat with Jeremy we spoke about Jeremy’s journey from employee to entrepreneur, the fears he had to overcome to design a life where he was no longer feeling stuck, confused and having to wade through endless content to try and work out how to push past peoples expectations to design a better life for himself. And boy… did he do that! Jeremy is an entrepreneur, community builder, speaker, and mountain athlete and his passion to help people lead authentic and intentional lives, rich with experiences that make them feel alive is evident in the insights he shares. He has created a rich life of his own and dares you to start coloring outside of the lines that society drew for you. If you are not in a job or situation that is to your liking Jeremy will inspire you to start thinking intentionally about what you want, why… and how you can make it happen!If you want to directly experience Jeremy’s work you can catch him on his Podcast the Adventurepreneur Playbook Podcast, where he shares the stories of big-name and up-and-coming entrepreneurs, professional athletes, and outside the box thinkers - who have built their passions for adventure, travel, and the outdoors into successful start-ups, lifestyles, or personal brands. Maybe you just want to start playing hard outside… if so check out Outwild  another of his endeavors. Or take some time out and get to one of a Revive, personal growth experiences. Trade your routine 9-5 job for a more meaningful and adventurous lifestyle. 
Imagine planning out your day, fully expecting to be home for dinner only to end up in a jail cell with a stranger. Having found yourself convicted of a crime.My guest on this episode doesn’t have to imagine that situation, as it’s exactly what happened to him. Chris was used to the high life, rubbing shoulders with US presidents, CIA operatives and the wealthy. He earned large sums of money doing what came naturally to him as one of Australia’s top 5 speakers. His success as a professional speaker allowed him to live the high life, fancy restaurants, beautiful homes, first class travel and accommodation wherever he went. But that all changed in June 2010.During this episode I chat with Chris about his experience in prison, he shares incredible insights on how you can build resilience in your own life along with ideas on how to build trusting relationships. We also discuss the “disease of greed” that inflicted him and continues to plague society as people continue risk everything in the search for unimaginable riches. Chris shares how he survived for seven and a half years in several high security prisons by using the same motivational skills and relationship building capabilities that had placed him at the highest level in the professional speaking industry. Chris’s encounters in prison are both inspirational and saddening yet you will notice how he was always able to look on the optimistic side of the challenges that arose, taking the “hit” as a “gift”. Chris can be reached via email at chris@isalesins.comDownload the 12 Immutable Laws of Relationship Based selling here https://www.theinternationalsalesinstitute.com/about-us/code-of-conduct/
Special thanks to Elizabeth Jackson and JoyFM for allowing us to re-purpose the Final Episode of the "Hot Entrepreneur Podcast"Hot Entrepreneur showcases stories, hints, and advice from Australian and New Zealand entrepreneurs who have achieved local and global success  with their businesses.  Guy Lawrence and I (Georgia Ellis) return to talk with Elizabeth Jackson and continue our discussion on what  entrepreneurs can learn from neuroscience. We talk with Elizabeth  about understanding fear, how to stay grounded, focused and committed,  getting the most out of getting up in the morning and to Do Be Do Be Do.
Special thanks to Elizabeth Jackson and JoyFM for allowing us to re-purpose the 7th Episode of the "Hot Entrepreneur Podcast"Hot Entrepreneur showcases stories, hints, and advice from Australian and New Zealand entrepreneurs who have achieved local and global success  with their businesses. Too many people give up before their business takes off and in this episode Guy Lawrence and I (Georgia Ellis) talk with Elizabeth about what we have learnt from neuroscience and how it can help entrepreneurs achieve success.
  Despite concern and greater awareness about domestic violence, it’s still happening, and with only 16% of women who experience violence contacting an agency such as a shelter, crisis centre or hotline, counsellor or women’s centre for help, we may never really know the how wide spread the issue is.In this extraordinary episode I speak with Anita Bentata, an escapee of domestic violence. Anita’s story has been documented in her book “The Wolf in a Suit”. During this episode Anita shares incredible insights from the children’s fairy tale “Little Red Riding Hood” and it’s easy to see the parallels of the fairy tale with her own journey, Anita is Little Red Riding Hood, standing at the edge of the woods, being caught by The Wolf (only he’s wearing a suit), and finally escaping with her two little girls. This episode is one of hope, courage and full of insights as Anita shares how we can all access far more than we know, and how when faced with mixed messages from a partner we end up confused, leading to inaction, possibly the reason why some women stay much longer than they should. Anita has turned her experiences into a mission to help women, she went on to study Human Behavior and became a psychotherapist and counsellor. Anita now helps women to develop their emotional muscle to speak about the unknown and the uncomfortable, she is well versed in all the unspoken myths about love, stress and relationships. Reach out to Anita by:Email: anita@anitabentata.com Facebook: Activating Artemis and The Wolf in a Suit Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter “Anita Bentata”Access Anita’s free downloads here: http://www.anitabentata.com/
  Tenille is Co-Founder and Chief Operations Officer at Society Melbourne, the umbrella brand for numerous social enterprises working to create sustainable pathways out of homelessness for young people in Australia. During our chat you will come to see that Tenille is a passionate advocate for young people, believing in the ability to unleash their potential. I was thrilled to speak with Tenille so we could dismiss the idea that millennials are a ‘snowflake’ generation. This is an inspiring chat on so many levels! Tune in as Tenille shares her insights on the unique world of social enterprise, the sacrifices the younger generations are willing to make and their belief that if there is a problem then “we CAN do something about it”. Tenille is a great example of how the younger generations don’t wait for the system to create change, they make an impact and live on purpose each day, and we can learn so much from them, if only we stopped to take notice of the wave of positive change they are creating each day in small ways. Thank you Tenille!You can learn more about Society Melbournes initiatives here: http://society.melbourne/
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