We All Have a Story To Tell
In season 2 of Everyday Greatness, we find that a lot of people underestimate themselves, but everybody’s story is worth telling – from climbing Mount Kilimanjaro after having a tumour removed from around your spine, to riding your bicycle across North America, or being a dad who has to help his son deal with leukaemia, then go to work as a stand-up comic…
We all have a story to tell.
Giving back to the world – Corporate Social Responsibility
The ARA endowment fund supports community initiatives through generous sponsorship and support, and our guests talk about what it means to use business success to give back to the world and try and make it a better place.
Managing Director at ARA Group
Partnership Manager Byron Writers Festival
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The Intangible Benefits of Being a Good Person
In a world that feels like you have to be more ruthless and aggressive than everybody else to get ahead, it is good to know that there are still beautiful people out there with hearts the size of Phar Lap.
Founder – Diabetes Alive
COMING SOON – EPISODE FOUR
The rise of women’s sport around the world
Women’s sport is at a point today where young girls feel like being a professional sports person is no big deal, but for them to feel this way there was a revolutionary shift in mindset from professional sporting organizations like the Greater Western Sydney Giants– On this episode, Barnaby speaks to the CEO at Giants FC and the lady who the Giants best and fairest women’s footballer trophy is named after.
Order of Australia Medalist
Chair at Construction Industry Culture Taskforce
CEO at Giants FC
COMING SOON – EPISODE FIVE
Strong Dads in uncertain times
Dad’s should be a pillar of strength for their children no matter what struggles they face – one of today’s guests sons’ has leukaemia and the other’s daughter is diabetic, but both of these dads are showing the kids how to keep putting 1 foot in front of the other.
Creative Director at Studio Blue Graphic Design