We All Have Greatness Inside Us
In season 1 of Everyday Greatness, host – Barnaby Howarth – finds that everyday people have more greatness inside and then they realise, and great people have a lot of plain, simple, ordinary everyday goodness inside them.
The Bloods culture as a human being
Just trying your hardest and being proud of yourself and trying to be a decent human being is often seen as not enough and is said to be “accepting second-best”, but that is largely what underpinned the “Blood’s Culture” at the Sydney Swans which led them to decades of unparalleled success–on this episode, Barnaby speaks to some of the people who made the Sydney Swans the success they are today.
President – Chief Executive Women.
Colles was Sydney Swans chairman from 1993 to 2014.
Director at Sarj Nominee.
Raising families helps raise communities
Taking pride in raising your child can help build resilience, strength and self belief and can give your child confidence to take on the world. In this episode our guests show that it doesn’t matter HOW you parent, but if you do it with love that is enough to be proud of the family you are a part of.
Big things can happen when you take care of your family and neighbours
Simply loving your family, adding value to your community and making sacrifices for the people around you can change somebody’s life – all of the guests on this episode a testament to exactly that.
Dr Kate Armstrong
President & Founder · CLAN (Caring & Living As Neighbours)
Diabetic singer and inspiring young lady
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We all add value to the world
It doesn’t matter whether you are known as an ultra successful person or not – if you adding goodness to the world you ARE making a difference.
Director MAX International Colleges
Order of Australia medalist and patient liaison officer at Chris O’Brien Lifehouse cancer treatment centre (Chris was her husband who died of a brain tumour)
Lay (Hayley) Hornitzki
Student Success and Campus Operations Manager at General Assembly
Indigenous Strategies Project Officer at ABC
COMING SOON – EPISODE SIX
We all have a story to tell
A lot of people look like just an every day Harry Sack O’Rolls, but dig a little deeper and everybody’s story is worth telling. Today’s guests include Kokoda track leaders, a man who cycled across North America, a man who has climbed Mount Kilimanjaro over 10 times after having a tumour removed from being wrapped around his spine and the most adventurous and bravest woman ever to appear on episode six of Everyday Greatness!
Adventurer. Writer. Presenter. Owner of BLANC SPACE AGENCY
Head of People Development, ANZ at Domino’s Pizza Enterprises Limited
Kokoda track leader for Kokoda Spirit
National Video Producer at ABC
COMING SOON – EPISODE SEVEN
The value of friendship
Being a good friend is more valuable than anybody could realise – having a mate by your side when things get tough is more valuable than anyone, single spectacular gesture of kindness. Guests on this episode have experienced firsthand what it is to BE a good friend but also to HAVE good friends around you.
Newsreader for Nova radio
Early Childhood Teacher and Advocate for Children
Regional Sales Manager at Stryker
COMING SOON – EPISODE eight – PART ONE
The value of old footy friendships
Adam Goodes and Michael O’Loughlin are aboriginal AFL superstars who are also trying to make their way in modern Australia– On this episode Adam and Michael talk about how the “Bloods Culture” at the Sydney Swans helped them stay true to their aboriginal culture. Adam also reveals how it made him want to be a leader for the first time in his life.
2014 Australian of the year and AFL legend
Managing Director & Founder ARA Indigenous Services
COMING SOON – EPISODE eight – PART TWO
The value of old footy friendships
Old footy friendships can help give people happiness and purpose long after they retire from playing and they are watching their own kids run around. Guests on this episode have been around footy their whole lives and seen how the friendships they have made have helped the bad times feel less bad and the good times feel even better.
Former Commercial Manager Cemetery & Crematoria at InvoCare Australia
Former Vice President at Pennant Hills Demons AFL Club
Former Sydney Swans cult hero
COMING SOON – EPISODE NINE
Dealing with Diabetes
Our guests on today’s episode though show that you can still raise a family, be a cracking human being, a happy young kid or an AFL footballer – it is all a matter of attitude.
Hospital Specialist Representative
Young diabetic bloke
DANII foundation media scholarship recipient
GWS Giants AFL player