Astrid Dahl has had over 40 exhibitions all around the world. Her landscape work is filled with vibrant colours and textures. We sat down and talked about what inspired her and her tips for aspiring artists.
Michael Lyons wears many hats. He shares with us his values for coaching and strategies for triathletes and athletes seeking peak performance. He talks about what to expect, how much work and time is involved in getting there. Mostly he is an advocate of fitness for life and hopes that everyone stays healthy for as long as they can.
Dr Fong talked about encouraging her patients to pursue a healthier lifestyle instead of relying on long-term medication, the onset of early chronic illnesses in the young population, her passion for long distance races and the need to stay fit for all.
She's an advocate of prepping your own meals at home and keeping within budget by buying in bulk, frozen and during sales. The key is to cook for yourself.
Faith Suzuki started competing Triathlons seriously only a year or so ago. Despite that, she's a regular podium finisher. Faith is a humble person who down plays her athletic achievements. She puts in a lot of thought pre and during races. In this episode, she shares her strategies in training, deciding which races to take part in, recovery, food and mindset during the race.
I can't tell you how many things have gone wrong and the challenges I've faced at the easiest tasks. It is also these challenges that has given me insights to an experience I've never had before and that was being OK with myself, situations, at the now and the past. I've broken it down to 3 simple steps and it's doing the 3 things together that's changed my way of thinking. Hope it helps you. Enjoy!
Darren is one of those people who not only enjoy the challenges of what life throws at him but thrives in challenging environments. He made the switch from a successful corporate job to becoming an entrepreneur for two start-ups: Tivlon Technologies and Juggar.
His motto is: “Don’t get too comfortable.”
Darren ditched his cushy job and took the plunge without any handouts. What he did was surround himself with positive people, family and partners and the believe in himself.
I started this podcast as a way of creating a platform to document amazing people and share their life tips with others. How much luckier can I get when one of my friends would say yes to me? Especially after I made the rookie mistake of not formatting the SD card in the previous interview.
Cass is one of these amazing individuals who’s not just constantly “taking action”, she has the mindset of committing to whatever she’s doing long term without ever thinking of quitting. At 25 years of age, she's an inspiration.