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Celebrate Good Lives: The Podcast

Author: Bradley Shaw

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A funeral podcast which dives into all aspects of the funeral industry in New Zealand and abroad. With two qualified funeral directors who care little for the old school mentality of we tell you what you can and cant do, lets leave that to you and we will give you the tools to empower the celebration of a good life!

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Ep 30: Digital Legacy

Ep 30: Digital Legacy

2024-05-1215:21

Do you know what happens to your Facebook, Instagram or LinkedIn when you die? Neither did we! So today we share what we learnt and how you can plan for this.
Today we dive into the sticky one, funeral costs! ewwww.. always a difficult one, but one that needs to be addressed. Lets dive in!
The Do's and Dont's of DIY, controversial? Yes. We chat through what we see as value, what DIY can do for you and what to avoid when DIYing!
Today we are joined by End of Life Practitioner Michael Harrington who has been working in this space for almost 20 years. He shares some insights to his learnings that he has shared in his book Conscious Transition: A Journey into the Heart of Death & Dying. Michael has some great takeaways for the listeners in this episode!
We sit down with Ali from Align and Nourish to chat about her own personal grief journey. Ali was very open, vulnerable and has been diligent in her healing process. She had some great learnings and takeaways to consider when losing a loved one.
This episode looks into the memorable moments of our careers, the funerals that have stuck in our minds, the things that make you smile, the moments that glisten and most of all the achievements of creating a memorable farewell!
The last of the catch up with Craig, Ben and Jordan on their overseas trip.
Today Dean sits down with international embalmers Craig Caldwell (US) Ben Whitworth (UK) and Jordan Goss (NZEA) to discuss embalming and international funeral trends.
Today Dean sits down with international embalmers Craig Caldwell (US) Ben Whitworth (UK) and Jordan Goss (NZEA) to discuss embalming and international funeral trends.
Ep 21: Lets Catch Up

Ep 21: Lets Catch Up

2023-11-0818:19

Woaaaaaaah, been a busy few weeks with guests, lets draw back the curtain and catch up.
Today we catch up with Glenys Talivai who is the CEO of Public Trust New Zealand. We yarn today about wills, estates and everything we need to prepare for after death to administer an estate. A super interesting podcast with some wicked takeaways!
Our third and last part of the series with Jordan Goss from the New Zealand Embalmers Association. A massive thank you to Jordan for his time and sharing of knowledge around embalming being the "gold standard" in funeral care.
The second part of our embalming series with special guest Jordan Goss - President of New Zealand Embalmers Association.
The first part of our embalming series with special guest Jordan Goss - President of New Zealand Embalmers Association. We discuss the pre embalming and starting of embalming in this podcast. The first of a three part series.
News story of the week, the week in sport and our topic of the day being what do you need to know when it comes to someone who is about to die and how can you prepare.
News story of the week, followed by a yarn on burials, natural burials, burials at sea and our thoughts on everything burial related.
Fun one today talking news story of the week, summer, sport and everything inbetween!
The boys today discuss what to expect when someone dies expectedly and unexpectedly. The coroner, the pathologist, the mortuary technician and everything in-between.
We talk about how we think you can put the FUN in FUNeral. A fun way to really make those funerals that are bland and boring more interesting and what would we do to help?
Today we chat about ashes, what you can do with them, how they come back to you, what you can buy for them and ways in which you can memorialize loved ones. There's even a little challenge in here! Cheers!
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