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In depth interviews with people who are living with purpose and having a positive impact in our world. We listen as host Steven Moe asks about their life journeys and what has shaped them into who they are today.
 
Het was een mooie zomer, die van ’45. In het bevrijde Nederland werd gefeest, gegeten en gevreeën. Maar wat aten onze vaders en moeders na de oorlog? Hoe reisden ze? En was het voor iedereen zo’n leuke zomer? In deze serie portretten van mensen die die zomer nooit meer zullen vergeten. Omdat ze hun geluk niet op konden. Of omdat ze soldaatje speelden met achtergelaten explosieven. Of omdat ze achter prikkeldraad gevangen zaten. De Zomer van 1945 is gemaakt door Steven Emmens en Koos van Nopp ...
 
How do we inject more health, humor and fun into our daily lives, even when things get messy? That’s the question driving award-winning journalist and podcaster Shelby Stanger as she interviews health, science and wellness experts as well as entrepreneurs, authors, artists and comedians. From breath work and diet, to brain training, physical outdoor challenges, and increasing our humor muscles, Shelby tests out her guest’s prescriptions, offering how a little Vitamin Joy is more of the medic ...
 
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The podcast is up and running! Tymal and Woody explain what life is like during a World Cup, from what players do to keep cool in the extreme heat, what it’s like planning to bowl to Chris Gayle when your two year old is asking you about cement mixers, and what information players want from the team analyst. Plus the challenge is set – which one of…
 
Five years ago, Carlos Brathwaite finished off one of the most remarkable ends to any final in any sport. The West Indies all-rounder hit four consecutive sixes off Ben Stokes’ bowling to win the World T20. As England prepare to take on the West Indies again for this year’s tournament, Carlos Brathwaite looks back on the West Indies’ remarkable tri…
 
England bowlers Mark Wood and Tymal Mills introduce a new podcast that will take you behind the scenes of England’s T20 World Cup campaign in the Middle East. In a preview episode, they talk about how Tymal is finding life back in the England camp after four years, the details of ‘scenario-based training’, and why Tymal’s been doing the Hokey Cokey…
 
Melanie has a focus on preserving indigenous knowledge and highlighting the importance of mātauranga Māori and using that understanding to meet environmental challenges we face today. Her expertise in biodiversity and driving environmental outcomes are underpinned by an indigenous worldview. In this very wide ranging conversation we discuss all of …
 
Eleanor Oldroyd is joined by Phil Tufnell and Michael Vaughan to look over the Ashes squad selection as well as asses England’s prospects for the T20 World Cup.Plus England all-rounder Chris Woakes joins the pod to talk about his excitement of playing at the T20 World Cup and the arrangements surrounding going to Australia for the Ashes and taking …
 
The truth about Hepatitis - what do you know? In this interview Hazel takes us on a journey to understand her life and experience as someone who has been impacted by Hepatitis C but has found the cure which literally saved her life. There is a lot of misinformation on this topic out there so I enjoyed hearing first hand from someone about this topi…
 
As the Indian Premier League reaches the knockout stage Henry Moeran is joined by Nikesh Rughani and former IPL star Abhishek Jhunjhunwala to look ahead to the play offs. Plus we hear from Chennai Super Kings all rounder Moeen Ali and Delhi Capitals bowler Kagiso Rabada AND Ravi Bopara argues the signs point towards England as T20 World Cup favouri…
 
This was fun. Elle Archer, Sina Cotter Tait, Tim Jones and Michael Phillpott joined me for an online seeds podcast unlike any before. Each of them shared one leadership myth they have seen and we had some discussions about what they shared. A key theme came through of lifelong learning. If you enjoy this then why not share with others? And check ou…
 
Dr Duncan Webb is the Labour MP for Christchurch Central and introduced a private Members' Bill which has been selected and is likely going to change Director Duties in a significant way. In this interview we spend a long time discussing the origins of the change, what it will mean, the process to have it passed and whether there could be changes b…
 
This is the audio version of an opinion piece I wrote for Stuff yesterday. It relates to proposed changes to the Companies Act regarding Director Duties. Could the changes be strengthened so NZ becomes a world leader? Please consider re-sharing this to spread the word about the changes proposed. This is a post that will bring up an image in social …
 
England all-rounder Moeen Ali joins TMS commentator Aatif Nawaz to discuss his retirement from Tests. Moeen explains his decision, goes through the highlights of his Test career and chats about the challenges of playing all formats in Covid times. Moeen also discusses his love of boxing and how Call of Duty helped him cope with quarantine.…
 
Matthew has been involved in a wide variety of tech start-ups and in this episode we start with learning about his early years and how those experiences influenced him. We also talk about the Edmund Hillary Fellowship as well as his new venture Alimentary and the work they are doing - it was pretty fun for the podcast to be the first time Matthew h…
 
Savva Kerdemelidis has seen a need and is trying to solve it, in this case it relates to his NZ charity Crowd Funded Cures, whose mission is to use pay for success contracts to make drug development more affordable by repurposing off-patent medicines. In this conversation we talk about this but also about his childhood, his Grandfather's experience…
 
I had a conversation with Tim Jones for his "Purpose Fuelled Performance" podcast recently and this is our wide ranging discussion on such a variety of topics I am calling it 'The Random Episode' - though the consistent theme is purpose. Tim was on episode 2 of Seeds so I really enjoyed jumping over onto his podcast and I have a feeling this could …
 
Sophie-Claire has led a fascinating life and we hear about growing up in Mauritius, her thoughts on language and decolonisation, her work as a cultural anthropologist and cultural strategist. In this wide ranging interview we talked about a huge variety of topics - if you enjoy it then check out some of the hundreds of other interviews in the back …
 
In this interview with Jo we talk a lot about fundraising for purpose led organisations but we also learn about her life story and what led her to start Strategic Grants, the terminology we use in the "not for profit" space, positions of power between Charities and the Grant Makers, key tips for writing fundraising applications and more. If you enj…
 
Comedian, actor, writer and director Chris Addison takes a “View from the Boundary” with Jonathan Agnew at the Oval. Addison discusses watching the 2005 Ashes climax at the Oval, his admiration for England opener Tammy Beaumont and what it was like playing Ollie Reeder in “The Thick of It”.BBC Radio 5 live tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Peter shares in this conversation about solar energy and we also learn about his life story. Solagri Energy is the business he co-founded and is a distributed energy business passionate about helping New Zealand agriculture transition to a green energy future. Thanks to Jacob Varghese for the suggestion of talking. If you enjoy this then check out …
 
This is the audio version of a Stuff opinion piece that I wrote this week called "The bottom line is not enough, companies should be required to have a purpose". Linked In post which has a lot of comments to check out...what do you think? Let me know there: https://www.linkedin.com/posts/steven-moe-0b3b008a_the-bottom-line-is-not-enough-companies-a…
 
This is a wide ranging interview with Sam Stubbs - the best type of interview! Before we talk about Simplicity we get into the background to Sam and his life and learn about his childhood, the impact of stuttering as a young boy, what it motivated him to do (speak in front of crowds), his work as as an investment banker, the role of the Christchurc…
 
Robett has fit in a lot into his life - from medal winning professional snowboarder to successful multi-exit media and tech entrepreneur, investor and global Kiwi we dive back into his past to learn what has influenced him and motivates him today to keep going. From an early Fiji childhood to being a teenager in Aranui and the challenge from a guid…
 
Garry Moore served three terms as Christchurch Mayor and in this episode we hear about his childhood then really have a very eclectic conversation - as expected! We jump all through his life to learn about what has shaped him, the influence of people who called him to be more than he was, the impact of generosity shown by others and his thoughts on…
 
Caroline shares some of her life with us on this podcast episode and we get to hear about what it is like to be an immigrant to a country like New Zealand. She reflects on the influence of her Grandfather who moved to Malaysia with nothing and how that has shaped her attitudes. We then get into her career, work as a lawyer, joining Fisher & Paykel …
 
Jay shares about finding identity in this interview - from meeting his birth Father age 42 we learn about his journey of discovering his whakapapa, his spiritual life and his relationship back with kaupapa Māori. What is nature and what is nurture? We really went all over with this interview and covered many unusual topics that you might not expect…
 
Host Shelby Stanger looks back on Season 2 guests and shares highlights and lessons learned. Plus, she shares her own experiences of where guests’ advice really worked, what’s bringing her Vitamin Joy these days, and what’s next. Previous episodes highlighted: Courtney Carver - The Joy of Simplicity, Sobriety and Minimalism Chris Cote - The Joy of …
 
Toni has had a fascinating life living in multiple countries and experienced being a Kiwi overseas herself. Now leading Kea New Zealand she has taken that background and used it with the work they do connecting Kiwis who live overseas. But we start talking about her childhood growing up on a Deer Farm, early years working in Radio and a whole lot m…
 
Today’s guest, John Moe, is the host and creator of the podcast Depresh Mode. Before that, he hosted the award-winning hit podcast The Hilarious World of Depression, and he recently wrote and published a book by the same name. John has written for publications like The New York Times Magazine, McSweeney's, and The Seattle Times among others. He’s w…
 
This is a very short summary of a talk I heard recently at the Institute of Directors event at the start of May 2021. Colin Meyer from the UK shared about purpose and business and gave some practical ideas for how to define purpose and provided a framework for this. The book mentioned: https://global.oup.com/academic/product/prosperity-978019882400…
 
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