293. Taking Time Out, Letting Go of Ego and Being an Entrepreneur with Laurence Tham

Living a life with freedom means different to different people – but grasping onto what we consider to be freedom is a goal that few people actually achieve. Join Ronsley Vaz as he talks with some of the most forward-thinking entrepreneurs from around the world, and picks their brain about doing what they love, navigating the challenges and anxieties of …

288. Rob Christie on Defining Your Success, Broadening Your Mind and Changing Your Working Environment To Achieve Results

As entrepreneurs, there’s a persistent, ingrained desire to achieve incredible outcomes from our ideas. According to one particularly wise entrepreneur, in order to get to that juncture you need a healthy dose of exposure to different thoughts, views and people. Each week, join Ronsley Vaz as he talks with some of the most forward-thinking entrepreneurs around the world, and picks …

264. The Definition of Success, the Value of a Task Force and Balancing Your Work with Graham Turner

Trailblazing a path as an entrepreneur is a hugely rewarding experience, and seeing the path others have taken, and prospered in, can give you something to look too for inspiration and motivation. Join Ronsley Vaz as he talks with some of the most forward-thinking entrepreneurs around the world, and picks their brain about doing what they love, navigating the challenges …

229. Murray Galbraith on Innovation, Overcoming Doubt, Hyperfocus, and Balancing Work and Family Life

On this week’s instalment of the Bond Appetit show, I’m treated to the company of someone who’s built wildly successful businesses and managed to keep hold of his life outside of work at the same time. Best described as a ‘creative polymath’, Murray Galbraith’s multi-award winning career spans several industries, including design, media, advertising, technology and events. A serial entrepreneur, …

218. Steph Taylor on Hustling, Wildbloom Creative and Searching for Freedom

Keen to hear an inspirational story about someone quitting their job in search of more? Then today’s episode of The Bond Appetit Podcast is definitely for you. In this show, I had the pleasure of sitting down with Stephanie Taylor. Steph is an ex-corporate accountant turned entrepreneur and digital marketer. Steph is smart, precocious and determined – she left a …

213. Rebroadcast: Simpatico Conference Speaker Vicki Webster Talks to Us about the Dark Side of Leadership

Vicki Webster is an organisational psychologist with over fifteen years consulting experience in leading teams to design and deliver evidence-based leadership and organisational development solutions that drive cultural change and increase manager and employee engagement, and capability. She has consulted organisations across a range of industries, including healthcare, financial services, retail, information technology, mining, manufacturing, government and education. As the …

210. Focusing on the Important Things with Richard Fertig

Some people say that Richard Fertig skies more than he works. But for those who know him, there’s no doubt he’s working constantly – his brain never really turns off. Richard is the CEO of multiple businesses including Brilliant Transportation and LifeZaver. He even runs an online educational company, Short Term Rental Secrets, that educates about short term rentals on …

206. Preserving and Enhancing Humanity in a Smart City with Cat Matson

Digital and interactive media. Entrepreneurship (real entrepreneurship, not the entrepreneurship you do between when you don’t want to admit you’re unemployed). Start-ups. Cities as the economic drivers of nations. Business strategy. Speaking. Facilitating. Educating. Those are all Cat Matson’s things. Professionally. And personally? Cat is all about confronting convention and societal rules that don’t work in a modern world. Australian …

195. 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 …