Vulnerability, Courage and Emotional Resilience with Dr Rebecca Ray

Does fear hold you back from what you’d love to be doing? Would relating to your emotions more skilfully help you move from being stuck and overwhelmed to living a truly meaningful life? 

Is there something from your past that you know you need to let go of but don’t know how?

In my interview with Dr Rebecca Ray, we talk about what it means to be emotionally resilient. We dive into finding the courage to be vulnerable with our own feelings and how to express those to others when we need to. 

A Life Lived in Fear is a Life Half Lived - with Fay Jackson

In addition to serving as Deputy Commissioner of NSW mental health since 2013, Fay is General Manager, Inclusion at Flourish and CEO of her own company, Vision in Mind.

Fay’s focus is on the positive attributes of people with mental health issues, their abilities, their need and desire to work, to raise healthy, happy families, receive good education and to ensure their physical health needs are met.

Uplevelling Your Life with Jake Edwards

Jake founded the nation wide successful welfare and education organisation “Outside The Locker Room”, which is dedicated to working alongside local sporting clubs, offering mentoring support and education on topics such as drug and alcohol addiction, domestic violence, depression and suicide.

Outside The Locker Room supports over 3,000 young adults and their families today in our communities.

Overcome Fear and Do What You Love with Layne Beachley

Layne Beachley is regarded as the most successful female surfer in history. The only surfer, male or female, to claim six consecutive world titles Layne then went on to win a 7th world title in 2006 before retiring from the World Tour in 2008.

Yet there’s so much more to Layne’s story than just surfing. 

Healing Trauma with Damien Rider

Damien Rider is an ultra endurance athlete who broke a world record in 2015 by paddling on a prone paddle board 800km from the Gold Coast to Bondi. He completed this mission solo and unsupported over seventeen days and it was a turning point in his life.

Just prior to the paddle he was contemplating suicide and in the months and years that have followed this accomplishment he has gone on to change the lives of many other people.