This podcast features Melbourne Storm, Queensland State of Origin and Australian Kangaroos captain, Cameron Smith. With four NRL Premierships, 11 State of Origins and a World Cup to his name, Cameron is the most decorated player in the history of rugby league and widely regarded as the best player to ever play the game.
This podcast features Justin Langer, born and bred in Perth, has travelled all around the world playing, coaching and mentoring cricket. He has played in over 105 test matches in his time and now works as Head Coach of Western Australian Cricket and the Perth Scorchers Cricket. He puts his great accomplishments and success down to focusing on the process (not the outcome), working hard and having strong male mentors.
This podcast features Barry Robinson, President and Managing Director, Wyndham Hotel Group and Vacation Resorts, Asia Pacific. Currently the Wyndham business generates $300 milion and have over 5000 employees worldwide. He started working in the local family business which was a couple of hospitality establishments in Dunedin, New Zealand and became a General Manager at the age of 27. He then moved to Indonesia and then China to lead global hotel chains within those regions.
This podcast features Anthony Yap, Managing Director at Good Price Pharmacy Franchising. At 23 years old he saved up $50,000 between three jobs and raised enough capital to buy his first pharmacy. He worked across all roles in the business from pharmacy assistant, warehouse coordinator, stock controller, manager, the pharmacist in charge, and everything else in between. By doing everything from the ground up there was complete accountability for success and it set up really good processes and procedures.
This podcast features Richard ‘Richie’ McCaw, former New Zealand Rugby Union player and 2-time world cup winning captain of the All Blacks. From being approached at school about one day playing for the New Zealand Rugby team to then being highlighted as an All Black Great, Richie makes it really clear that hard work, perseverance, and dedication is what helped him transform this opportunity into a reality.
This podcast features Nathan McCullum, former New Zealand International Cricketer and now Senior Recruiter at Stellar Recruitment. Nathan suffered from Perthes Disease at a young age and was in a wheelchair for 9 months. The doctors constantly told Nathan that he could never run or play sports, however this proved to be the catalyst for his passion in achieving great success in cricket.
This podcast features Chris Rolls, a serial entrepreneur and Managing Director, Pie Lab. You don’t have to look far into Chris’s career to see that he is a man of integrity, hard work and success. From creating an apparel brand in his 20’s, to buying, building and then selling one of Queensland’s most successful Real Estate branches, to starting up a venture capital fund.
This podcast features David Bulling, Director, Cook Brothers Construction. His first venture was in owning and managing one of New Zealand’s largest volume pubs at 21. David went onto develop and operate 11 pubs and restaurants outlets across New Zealand. Through hospitality, construction and engineering endeavours, David has led a trailblazing entrepreneurial path fuelled by his maverick imagination.
This podcast features Kate Daly, Chief People and Communications Officer, Human Resources at Fletcher Building. Listen to how she has mastered the art of balancing multiple board positions, an esteemed global career in Human Resources and Communication, and being a mum to three kids.