In this episode, we chat about making room for the things you’re great at and the things that matter to you most, and more.
Listen as we chat about personal development, change, improv, purple trees, and why Jeffrey Besecker can’t get no satisfaction.
We chat about tall-poppy syndrome, the Australian work ethic, and why Aussies love it when their leaders drink beer.
We cover frothy topics including improv, entrepreneurship, superannuation, and who Spotify thinks my fave musician is.
Master Storyteller, The Moth Finalist, and Founder of Australia’s fastest-growing comedy school, Eran Thomson, takes to the stage to recount all 17 times he’s nearly died (along with a few close calls) in his action-packed hour-long Australian debut.
Most people think improv is just for comedy. But really, it’s a powerful tool for life that will help you craft a more mindful and meaningful existence.
Watch Eran Thomson’s infamous Tall Poppy Syndrome rant as seen on Sky News’ Entrepreneurs TV Show with Jack Delosa and discover how blossom to your full potential.
The “Help Others Movement” is a great thing and so I was happy to sit down with Susan Zheng for chatty interview in a park frequented by many distracting meth addicts.