Arrive & Thrive Podcast

Arrive & Thrive Podcast

By Tyson Day & Daniel Lunardi
Arrive & Thrive is a podcast about all things career design, positive social connection & self reflection. With a reputation for thier curious approach, leading career strategists Tyson Day & Daniel Lunardi interview a special guest, bring expertise and debrief a topic that will help you thrive in your life and career. Find out more www.arrivethrive.com.au
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23. Understanding Social Entrepreneurship and Young People with Nathaniel Diong - Founder of Future Minds Network
At a young age, social entrepreneurship fascinated Nathaniel Diong, even though he didn't know it at the time. While other kids were focussed on Pokemon cards he was thinking about the suffering that other young people were dealing with around the globe. This is how the Future Minds Network was born. Our conversation focusses on topics like traditional schooling, the concerns of young people and the importance of social entrepreneurs in shaping the future. You can follow Nathaniel's updates on LinkedIn and visit the Future Minds Network Facebook page for more information.
48:26
August 4, 2020
22. What recruiters look for in graduates when it comes to interviews, assessment centres and start ups with Camilla Clarke - Country Manager at Give a Grad a Go
Landing a graduate role and speaking with recruiters can be very intimidating and damn right scary! In this episode, we break it down with Camilla Clarke from Give a Grad a Go on the essential things graduates need to think about when landing that new role. Our chat takes many twists and turns and covers a lot of ground. Of course, we recommend the whole episode, but you can focus on entrepreneurial skills and landing a role in a start-up for the first 30mins, and after this, our focus turns to assessment centres and interviews. Camilla shares some amazing insights and stories on navigating this whole process. You can see the current roles listed by Give a Grad A Go here and connect with Camilla on LinkedIn. Give a Grad a Go has also released career focussed webinars which you can access here  Hope you enjoy the episode! 
53:16
July 21, 2020
21. Washing the clothes of the homeless and winning young Australian of the Year with Lucas Patchett - Co-Founder Orange Sky - 2016 Young Australian of the Year
Orange Sky Australia is the world’s first free mobile laundry service for people experiencing homelessness – an idea founded in a Brisbane garage by two 20-year-old mates, Nic Marchesi and Lucas Patchett. Lucas joins us on the show where we explore the story behind Orange Sky and how the business grew and continues to impact and support communities in need. Lucas shares what he has learnt and the importance of ‘figuring it out on the fly’ in business. You can follow Orange Sky at orangesky.org.au and follow their updates on all major social media channels and support their journey by making a donation or sponsoring a wash for someone in need.
36:24
July 7, 2020
20. Follow your career intuition and develop a hunger for learning with Megan Garrett - Research Professional Development Officer - Career Enthusiast & Self Proclaimed Painter
Megan Garrett is a Research Professional Development Officer at Victoria University, qualified Career Counsellor, Career Enthusiast and Self Proclaimed Painter. In this episode, we explore the importance of following and developing your career intuition and embracing continuous learning. She is a prime example of the importance of following your intuition and bringing honesty and authenticity to every conversation. Megan has had a career that had never involved ‘career planning’ and has always adapter to whatever life has thrown at her. She is a prime example of the importance of following your intuition and bringing honesty and authenticity to every conversation. 
51:10
June 23, 2020
19. Working in a NFP, developing a personal purpose and helping veterans transition with Jasmine Cooper Sutton - Director for Defence Members and their Families at Prince's Trust Australia
Transitions can be a very difficult thing and something that needs to be navigated with community support. In this episode we speak with Jasmine Cooper Sutton, she is the Director for Defence Members and Their Families at Prince’s Trust Australia (PTA). We discuss the work PTA does and how Jasmine developed her career in the NFP space. She shares her story and insights from her involvement in university clubs to her travel experience and how this shaped her life and career now. We highly recommend this episode for anyone thinking about a career in a for-purpose organisation, charity or NFP. You can follow her updates on LinkedIn and see the amazing work that Prince's Trust Australia is involved in.
49:57
June 9, 2020
18. Completing a PHD and gaining entry into Graduate Programs with Ravini Abey - PHD Student - Psychological Scientist - Victorian Student of the Year 2019
Ravini Abey is a PhD student, an active volunteer and was awarded the Victorian Student of the Year in 2019. In the episode, we chat with Ravini around starting a PhD and gaining access to Graduate Programs in areas beyond an individual's focussed study area. Rav speaks about the importance of finding the right supervisor when studying a PhD and developing habits that support your study and career development. You can follow her updates and insights on LinkedIn.
47:55
May 26, 2020
***NATIONAL CAREERS WEEK*** SPECIAL EDITION - HAVING FUN AT WORK
Welcome to the special edition of the Arrive & Thrive Podcast for National Careers Week. Each day Dan and Tyson hit record and celebrate National Careers Week by covering a topic that is relevant for today's career focussed individual. Each chat is around 15 minutes to give you that daily dose of career development in a relaxed personal way.  In this episode, we talk about the importance of having fun at work and share our own experience on how to get out of the rut and spark more fun in your team and work-life. 
15:33
May 22, 2020
***NATIONAL CAREERS WEEK*** SPECIAL EDITION - A SNAP SHOT ON DEVELOPING LIFE BEHAVIOURS
Welcome to the special edition of the Arrive & Thrive Podcast for National Careers Week. Each day Dan and Tyson hit record and celebrate National Careers Week by covering a topic that is relevant for today's career focussed individual. Each chat is around 15 minutes to give you that daily dose of career development in a relaxed personal way. In this episode, Dan and Ty discuss creating behaviours and habits to support the person that you want to become and the importance of finding a strategy that works for you. 
11:57
May 21, 2020
***NATIONAL CAREERS WEEK*** SPECIAL EDITION - MANAGING YOUR CAREER FROM HOME
Welcome to the special edition of the Arrive & Thrive Podcast for National Careers Week. Each day Dan and Tyson hit record and celebrate National Careers Week by covering a topic that is relevant for today's career focussed individual. Each chat is around 15 minutes to give you that daily dose of career development in a relaxed personal way. In this episode they talk about managing your career at home and what you can do to begin the transition, prepare and research for further roles all from the comfort of your own home. They share personal experience, resources and advice to help you manage your career from the comfort of your home. 
12:05
May 20, 2020
***NATIONAL CAREERS WEEK*** SPECIAL EDITION - HOW TO RE-ENGAGE YOUR CAREER AFTER A BREAK
Welcome to the special edition of the Arrive & Thrive Podcast for National Careers Week. Each day Dan and Tyson hit record and celebrate National Careers Week by covering a topic that is relevant for today's career focussed individual. Each chat is around 15 minutes to give you that daily dose of career development in a relaxed personal way.   In this episode, they talk about re-engaging your career after a long break. They discuss their views and personal experiences, in a bid to help others who may be going through this process now. 
15:15
May 19, 2020
17. Dealing with Worry & Uncertainty, Mental Health and refining your Coping Skills with Dr Casey Delmara - Founder of Mental Health Hacker - Speaker - Author & Mental Health Advocate
In this episode, we are joined by Dr Casey Delmara the founder of Mental Health Hacker, who takes us on a journey of epic proportions, sharing many different insights into coping skills and how to develop a positive Mental Health, while dealing with worry and uncertainty. Dr Casey has had an incredible career that continues to develop, she recently has launched her business Mental Health Hacker with a mission to empower individuals to take a proactive approach to mental health. She has developed some amazing resources and you can follow her updates on LinkedIn and Instagram. Remember to check out her Worry Less in Minutes and Discover Your Purpose playbooks that she mentions on the show and get in contact through her Facebook! 
51:50
May 12, 2020
16. Reflection, Human Potential and Meditation Practice with Kate McCready - Founder of Leading Beings - Coach & Vedic Meditation Teacher
In this episode, we speak to Kate McCready the Founder of Leading Beings about the importance of reflection, meditation practice and coaching to release human potential. Kate sheds further light on the importance of understanding your values and leaning into your emotions instead of compressing or pushing them away. We both found Kates insights informative, useful and appropriate for the current challenges our local, national and global community face. You can follow Kates updates on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. She also makes reference to the following authors Elizabeth Gilbert and Fred Kofman. 
56:11
April 28, 2020
15. It’s who you know. Developing an Authentic and Strategic Network with Janine Garner - Keynote Speaker - Author - Trainer - Transformational Leadership
Janine Garner is a thought leader in connection, strategic networking and transformational leadership. She has written three thought-provoking books, Me to We, It’s who you know and her latest which is due to come out this June, Be Brilliant. In this episode, Janine speaks about the importance of bringing your authentic self to all that you do, especially your career and breaks down the process of building a strategic network. You can follow her updates on LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Youtube. Janine has also offered listeners an opportunity to be apart of her 12-week networking challenge! You can find more information at 12week.janinegarner.com.au
53:37
April 14, 2020
14. Identifying your Purpose, Embracing Fear and Personal Development with Phil Heys - Sales - Tech Start Ups - Purpose Driven Work
In this episode we speak with Phil Heys, Phil is the Director of Sales working for an Australian tech start-up. An all-round amazing bloke, he's had a career that has transitioned and developed to align with his self-purpose and values. He shares his amazing insight into discovering your identity, embracing fear and investing in your own development to help others. You can follow Phil’s updates on LinkedIn and check out the amazing work that he is involved in with various networks, organisations and charities. Phil shares some of the resources that he tunes into including books by Brene Brown, Reid Hoffman and David Goggins. 
47:06
March 31, 2020
13. The Gift of LinkedIn with Karen Tisdell - LinkedIn Profile Writer - LinkedIn Corporate Trainer & Coach
In this episode, we explore the gift of LinkedIn with Karen Tisdell. Karen has been writing profiles and delivering training on how to best use LinkedIn for over 11 years, pretty much since the platform began! We speak to her about the power of the platform and how to make your profile stand out. To see her content, you can connect with her on LinkedIn. 
57:41
March 17, 2020
12. Chris Hope - Human Connection, Co-Founder of the 100 Coffee Movement
Chris Hope is the Co-Founder and Chief Barista of the 100 Coffee Movement. He believes in the power of human connection and the importance of developing a strong sense of belonging. The movement is on a mission to tackle social isolation and bring deeper social connections in the community. We love what Chris is doing and feel his insights and thoughts around social connection are vital to thrive in your life and career. You can check out Chris's Ted X talk as well as the 100 Coffee Movement and follow his updates on LinkedIn.
39:55
March 3, 2020
11. Alternative Pathways, Law School, Resilience & Developing a Growth Mindset With Claire Radbourne - CX Thought Leader - Public Speaker
To kick off 2020 we have the fantastic Claire Radbourne. In episode one, Claire shares her journey around coming to Australia from the UK at age 17, not feeling like the traditional school systems worked for her, to going through Law School at a TAFE and then University. She shares her insights on Growth Mindset, Resilience and Self Leadership. We found her perspective so refreshing. To see more of her amazing career so far, you can follow her updates on Instagram and LinkedIn.
48:22
February 19, 2020
10. Year in Review, Takeaways & Special Moments 2019
In this episode, Dan and Tyson break down their learnings from 2019 and reflect on the unique messages from individual guests and how Arrive & Thrive as a company has grown with the podcast. They talk about their challenges, special moments with guests. They also explore what they are looking forward to most in 2020.
17:44
December 18, 2019
9. Aligning Values to Career, Entrepreneurship & Empowering University Leaders with Josh Farr - Founder of Campus Consultancy - Facilitator - Lecturer in Social Enterprise
Josh Farr is a dynamo in every sense of the word. His training programs through Campus Consultancy are fast becoming a 'must-have' for every student club in the country and his ability to engage an audience both online and face to face is second to none. In this episode, Ty catches up with him and talks about the importance of living a life aligned to your values, developing a career you love while adding value to the people around you. You can follow Josh on LinkedIn and see more of what Josh does at Campus Consultancy. Some of the material that Josh referenced: Simon Sinek - Start with Why Start-Up Leadership Program 
49:51
December 10, 2019
8. Career Adaptability, Social Impact & Supporting Young People with Jan Owen - CEO of FYA - Social Entrepreneurship
In this episode we sit down with Jan Owen, CEO of the Foundation for Young Australians (FYA). We discuss young people and the importance of young people developing career adaptability and the changing nature of work. Jan's time at FYA wraps up at the end of 2019, so we are very thankful she was able to have a chat with us!  You can follow Jan's updates on LinkedIn & Twitter. FYA is a for-purpose organisation, all about backing the next generation of young people who are going to rethink the world and create a better future. You can find out more about FYA at fya.org.au
49:09
December 5, 2019
7. Career Philosophy, Executive Coaching & Enablement with Dale Simpson - Executive Coach - Lecturer - Director of Career Development at Bravo
To all of our career counselling and coaching friends, this episode is for you. Dale Simpson is perhaps one of the most experienced career counsellor/coaches that we have come across. The relationship all started a few years ago when Dale took Tyson on as a placement student, the mentor relationship never stopped.  Dale is invovled in many different projects including  Lecturer at The Governance Institue of Australia and the Director of Career Development at Bravo who specialise in working with Directors, Executives and Leaders in how to effectively engage their career. You can follow Dale on LinkedIn and explore Bravo at bravocareers.com
33:06
November 21, 2019
6. Resilience, Perspective & Reframing with Joel Sardi - Motivational Speaker
Joel is an Australian Army Veteran, Motivational Speaker and C5 Quadriplegic. Joel shares his story with both students and businesses, talking about the importance of perspective and resilience.  You can follow Joel on Instagram at joels.journey to see his incredible updates and visit joelsardisjourney.com to organise one of his amazing and thought-provoking presentations.
44:14
October 31, 2019
5. Overcoming Hardship, The Importance Of Community & Philanthropy With Rugare Gomo - High Performance Coach - Keynote Speaker - Philanthropist
Rugare Gomo is a high-performance coach, keynote speaker, philanthropist, international student alumni and Founder of the Gomo Foundation. In this episode, Rugare tells us his story of coming from Zimbabwe to complete high school and then his transition into a Law degree at University. Rugare has an incredible story faced with challenges, laughs and stories of community support from an incredible social network and the hardship that he overcame to build his life in Australia. You can follow Rugare's updates on LinkedIn and see the incredible work he does with the Gomo Foundation and his coaching business.
56:03
October 17, 2019
4. Shining Light On Millennials With Emily Jaksch - Keynote Speaker, Author, Educator & Millenial Leadership Coach
Emily specialises in all areas of Millenial Leadership, coaching organisations and educating people on workplace behaviours of Millenials. We take a deep dive into her research and explore Millenial behaviour and what young people can do to gain leadership experience to improve their career trajectory. We discuss topics like the growth mindset, failing fast and personal development. You can obtain her research and follow her insights at emilyjaksch.com and LinkedIn.  We also make mention to the SCARF model by David Rock, which you can check out at Mindtools. 
33:45
September 11, 2019
3.5. Our Meditation Journey & Insights After The Chat With Ray Good
In this episode, we reflect on the last month of our meditation journey and what we have gained from our experiential learning exercise. We refer to the Insight Timer and the guided experience by Ray, which you can access on his website here. 
10:55
August 22, 2019
3. Meet Ray Good, Restaurateur and Top 100 DJ turned Mindfulness Facilitator & Meditation Teacher
In this episode, we speak with Ray Good who runs The Good Place. Ray has had an amazing career first as a Top 100 Dj (Sugarray), entrepreneur and now Mindfulness Facilitator & Meditation teacher. Ray helps individuals develop healthy mindfulness habits that help individuals build resilience and a sense of calm. We talk about mindfulness, the importance of this in your career, and how to begin your own mindfulness and meditation practice. You can follow Ray Good at goodplace.com.au, Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn.  
39:06
August 22, 2019
2.5. Angela Dressler Leaves Us Amazed & How She Inspired Us To Help Others
Dan and I reflect on our conversation with Angela Dressler and the major takeouts for both ourselves and our listeners, focussing on the importance of reflection. 
07:33
August 8, 2019
2. Understanding Self & Developing Your Vision with Angela Dressler - Career Development Lecturer
In this episode, we interview Angela Dressler, who has been a leader in the Career Development space in the University sector. Ange was also our lecturer at university and was the first significant influence for us on the world of career development. We discuss many career elements such as developing a personal vision, understanding self and creating a value set. You can follow Angela Dressler on LinkedIn for all of her updates. 
42:00
August 8, 2019
1. The Why Behind Arrive &Thrive, Our Story To Date
In this episode we talk about our own stories and provide an overview of why we decided to start Arrive & Thrive. We unpack our own career story to date and what listeners can expect form our podcast. 
15:49
July 16, 2019