242. Carl Taylor on Redefining Business Success, Finding Your True Talents and the Power of Choice

Most people don’t start their journey as entrepreneurs until they’re adults. They’ve tried working ‘real jobs’, and discovered that it wouldn’t work for them. Carl Taylor, on the other hand, began his entrepreneurial journey when he was barely old enough to drive a car. Now, Carl is a highly regarded entrepreneur and speaker who is regularly asked to speak at …

241. Rebroadcast: Awaken the Entrepreneur Within with EMyth Legend Michael E Gerber

Over the past 40 years, Michael E. Gerber and his companies have worked with tens of thousands of small business owners. These includes wannabe small business owners, the unemployed, the underemployed, the self-employed and every other dimension of being human, where the condition called “stuck” is alive and well and imprisoning the potential of the individual experiencing it. Michael Gerber saw his job …

240. Rebroadcast: Sextrafficking – How to Empower with Education to Make a Lasting Change with Nicky Mih

Nicky Mih is the newest CALI Award winner who is fighting child sex slavery in Cambodia through her scholarship programme. Free To Shine was founded in June 2010 after Nicky spent a month with more than 200 survivors of child sex slavery. The approach and philosophy was not to rescue or fix but to empower through education. They wanted survivors to be able …

239. Rebroadcast: Just Be Nice with Josh Jones

Josh Jones is the CEO of Odin Sports, a company specialising in the supply of performance sports apparel and branding/marketing strategies for sports organisations. Leading by example, Josh created the Just Be Nice Project supplying new clothing to homeless Australians. Donations are given, one-for-one, for items purchased through the #JBNProject range. Passionate about bridging the gap between social responsibility and …

238. Rebroadcast: Women in Digital and How to Get Involved Now with Holly Tattersall

Holly Tattersall is the ambitious Founder and International Director of Women in Digital: a not-for-profit that inspires and supports women in their digital careers by providing mentoring, training, educational resources and career opportunities to its members. In two short years, Holly has grown the organisation from a local Brisbane meet-up to an international organisation with branches as far reaching as Silicon …

236. Jason Feifer on the Changing Media Landscape, Having Relationships with the Right People and How to Tell Stories in Your Own Voice

Today on Bond Appetit we’ve got a very exciting guest. Jason Feifer is the editor-in-chief of Entrepreneur magazine, and host of two podcasts: ‘Pessimists Archive’, and ‘Problem Solvers’. He was previously an editor at Fast Company, Men’s Health, Maxim, and Boston, and has written for New York, ESPN, Slate, GQ, New York Times, and a long list of others. Jason …

235. Pete Tansley On Business & Money Philosophy, Being A Good Listener, And Following Your Dreams

On today’s episode of Bond Appetit, we went in deep with Pete Tansley on a number of different topics all of which hit close to home. Starting and running a business, mindset changes, habit change, being a good listener, taking risks, surrounding yourself with the right people and health & fitness to name a few. As an entrepreneur, a progressive …

234. Isolation, Building a Successful Team and the Exciting World of Accounting with Sophie Andrews

Have you ever felt alone in the challenges of running a business? That the ideas and daily obstacle you face feel like they are slowly drowning you? In another outstanding episode of Bond Appetit I talk to Sophie Andrews about the “school of hard knocks” life of being an entrepreneur. Sophie is an award-winning business owner, mentor, and author of …

233. Richard Forrest on Dealing With Rejection Constructively, Conversations, and The Fine Art of Telesales

On today’s episode of Bond Appetit, we had the pleasure of picking the brain of business owner and sales veteran, Richard Forrest. Starting his career in Scotland with a degree in Forensic Science and then working in the pharmaceutical industry, Richard soon realised he was much better suited to a life of selling than science. Richard proceeded to work his …