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100 Leaders with Delwin Keasberry

100 Leaders with Delwin Keasberry

By Delwin Keasberry
Delwin Keasberry is a 3 x TEDx Speaker and Public Speaking Coach based in Melbourne, Australia. Welcome to his 100 Leaders podcast featuring guests from around the world.

For more information about Delwin, visit www.delwinkeasberry.com.
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100 Leaders Ep 4: Hamish Curry
Introducing Hamish Curry from the Asia Education Foundation. We talk about the importance of education, intercultural learning, personal growth and sagacity - which is the intelligent application of knowledge acquired from years of learning and experience. Follow Hamish's journey on LinkedIn - www.linkedin.com/in/hamishcurry/ For more information about the Asia Education Foundation, visit their website www.asiaeducation.edu.au
41:13
December 03, 2021
100 Leaders Ep 3: Ella Safri
Introducing Money Coach - Ella Safri. This episode was recorded on Instagram with a live online audience. We talk about all things personal growth, success, failures and wealth building. For more information about Ella, find her on Instagram @mybudgetculture.
57:59
December 03, 2021
100 Leaders Ep 2: Nadri Harif
Introducing Magician, Radio DJ and MC - Nadri Harif. This episode was recorded on Instagram with a live online audience. We talk about all things personal growth, communication, success, failures and dealing with doubt. Lots of laugh, lots of stories, lots of bromance, but most of all, lots of heart. For more information about Nadri, find him on Instagram @nadzthenadz.
01:20:08
November 25, 2021
100 Leaders Ep 1: Jean Sum
Introducing Jean Sum, a Transformational Life Coach, Maven of Change, Speaker, Facilitator, Dancer and a Lover of Life.  This is Episode 1 of a brand new series I am calling "100 Leaders". Jean and I discuss a range of topics including success, cross-cultural communication, feminine leadership and something Jean calls "home-play". Jean supports her clients transform through major life and career changes. She is the Creatrix of Asian Women Rising, a monthly online circle for Asian Women to be seen, heard and felt. Recently celebrated as YWCA Australia's Feminist of the Month, Jean serves her community with love, courage and presence. With tertiary qualifications in Actuarial Studies and Commerce, Jean has led an unconventional career from banks to international development to university and family violence, peppered with two self-funded sabbaticals to pursue her love of tango in Argentina and her Life Design Project in Melbourne! She is a Beautiful You Life Coach (Finalist, Trainee Coach of the Year) and a Biodanza Facilitator in training.
47:04
November 18, 2021
#52 Conversation: How to Grow your Brand Online with String Nguyen
In this episode, I chat with three-time LinkedIn Top Voice and Branding Expert, String Nguyen. String is the Founder of The Trusted Voice, an online course designed to amplify the trust of experts and professionals by growing their voice online. String shares about the origins of her content creation journey, how she got recognised as a Top Voice on LinkedIn, three online branding tips, and the importance of recognising how each social media platform has its own culture and creating content accordingly. We also discuss how we have been dealing with COVID19, the power of authenticity online, and exchange insights on life as online coaches. If you'd like to find out more about String and her work, find her on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/stringstory and check out her online course https://www.thetrustedvoice.co
37:45
August 13, 2020
#51 Conversation: Social Media Marketing for Foodies with Ngoc Le
In this episode, I chat with Melbournian Innovator and Foodpreneur, Ngoc Le. Ngoc has been involved with the Dessert Parlour since 2012, created Melbourne's Donut and Beer Festival in 2017, and is involved in a few other F&B brands including Go Pho Yourself, Soju Sisters and Melange.  Ngoc shares about the origins of her F&B journey, how she leverages social media to create buzz and grow her businesses, how she is innovating during COVID19, and her list of go-to creativity apps (see below). We also exchange views on how social media has levelled the (marketing) playing field for businesses, dealing with customers' shorter attention spans, and the importance of being adaptable. If you'd like to find out more about Ngoc and her work, find her on Instagram @ngocolat www.instagram.com/ngocolat Ngoc's Recommended Apps: Photo Editing - Snapseed, Lightroom Mobile (for presets); Video / Animations - Video Show, Textro, Mojo, Unfold, Pixaloop, GIF Maker; Graphics / Post Design - Canva; Scheduler - Later or Planoly
43:09
August 06, 2020
#50 Conversation: Fatherhood with Dexter Keasberry (a.k.a. my big bro)
To mark podcast episode #50, I chat with my big bro Dexter about all things fatherhood. We exchange views on what success means to us as ambitious men versus how we define success as fathers. We discuss insights observed about fatherhood from Will Smith, the movie Finding Nemo, and of course, our own father. We also chat about the hardest and the best parts about being a dad, the pressure of trying to balance societal norms versus being the best versions of ourselves as fathers, and things we know now that we wish we knew earlier.  This one is dedicated to our dad and our late mom.   If you'd like to follow Dexter's journey, find his on Instagram @d3x www.instagram.com/d3x
52:47
July 31, 2020
#49 Conversation: All things "Survivor" with Shannon Guss
In this episode, I chat with Shannon Guss, Survivor Podcaster and TV Analyst. You may recognise her voice from the international Survivor coverage on Rob has a Podcast (RHAP). Shannon shares about her love for all things Survivor, and insights from her podcasting journey - including rising to the occasion when opportunities surface, biting off more than she can chew . . . and then chewing, an important episode she discussed on RHAP (see link below), and saying yes (and no) to the right things. We then exchange views on Survivor "Winners at War" and Survivor life-lesson takeaways. If you'd like to find out more about Shannon and her work, find her on Instagram @shannongaitz and the RHAP website https://robhasawebsite.com/author/shannon-gaitz/ p.s. Here's the link of her discussion with Rob on RHAP about Episodes 8 & 9 from Survivor 39 https://robhasawebsite.com/survivor-39-know-it-alls-island-of-the-idols-episodes-8-9-recap-shannon-gaitz/
37:09
July 24, 2020
#48 Conversation: Q&A with Gillian Foo (my wife) about her life as a doctor, plus insights from our journey so far
In this episode, I chat with Fellow in Neonatal Medicine, Dr Gillian Foo, a.k.a. the Baby Doctor, a.k.a. my best friend and wife. This is Gillian's first time on the podcast with me! The Conversation is framed around her journey as a doctor, including the best and hardest things about being a doctor, commons misconceptions about the life of a doctor, and tips for aspiring doctors (and people who date them). We also answer a bunch of questions from a live audience on Instagram Live about our journey from the time we met in university, the early years of our marriage, our move from Australia to South East Asia (Brunei) - and then back to Australia, and how we balance family and career.  If you'd like to reach Gillian, feel free to send me a DM or email. I'll pass it on to her. Peace and Love. DK
46:29
July 17, 2020
#47 Conversation: Pro Creativity Tips with Liyana Hanif
In this episode, I chat with Liyana Hanif, Creative Lead at Progresif and Founder of Just Bruneians. Liyana was featured on The Futur, an online education platform for creative entrepreneurs with over 200 thousand followers on Instagram back in March 2020. Liyana shares a few misconceptions about creativity, her thoughts on the status quo of creativity in Brunei, and advice for aspiring creatives - including having the confidence to fail. We also exchange views on brand building, and the importance of learning business skills and working hard. This is personally a special episode because Liyana was the first person I had a Conversation with back in June 2019. That was the Conversation that got the ball rolling for me and this podcast. [BUT I made a rookie mistake and forgot to record it!]  If you'd like to find out more about Liyana and her work, find her on Instagram @vanilliyy and visit the Just Bruneians website www.justbruneians.com
43:53
July 11, 2020
#46 Conversation: Instagram Growth with Fadila Aruci
In this episode, I chat with Entrepreneur, Business Coach and Strategist, Fadila Aruci.  Fadila shares insights on how she grew her Instagram from zero to close to two thousand engaged followers in just over three months. This includes curating your Instagram profile page and content, leaving mini-blog comments, and building rapport via DMs. We also exchange views on mindsets, the importance of knowing who you are, whether video content is here to stay, and adapting growth strategies through different stages of your journey. If you'd like to find out more about Fadila and her work, find her on Instagram @fadilaaruci.co and visit her website www.fadilaaruci.co
38:13
July 03, 2020
#45 Conversation: The Power of Coffee with Celeste Wong
In this episode, I chat with the Owner of The Girl in the Cafe, Celeste Wong. Celeste is a coffee and lifestyle entrepreneur, actress, and has been listed as one of London's top five baristas in The Financial Times.  Celeste shares about the origins of The Girl in the Cafe, the power of coffee in helping people connect, and how success is about being happy with where you are. We then exchange views about the long and winding journey entrepreneurs all go through, and of course, about coffee.   If you'd like to find out more about Celeste and her work, find her on Instagram @the_girl_in_the_cafe and visit her website www.thegirlinthecafe.co.uk
37:36
June 24, 2020
Time Off & Updates about my e-course
Taking some time off social media to focus on the online course that I am building, Create Content like a Pro. This is a short update I shared on my Instagram (@heydelwin) about where I am at. For more information about the online course that I am building, visit heydelwin.podia.com  Peace & Love.
04:42
June 15, 2020
#44 Conversation: The Future of Education with Natalie Chan
In this episode, I chat with the Founder and CEO of OWN Academy, Natalie Chan. OWN Academy is an education movement that empowers young people to be changemakers and problem solvers of the future. They connect young people to inspirational mentors and companies through industry experiences and events. Natalie shares about the origins of OWN Academy, key learning and growth moments from her journey, and her thoughts about the future of education. If you'd like to find out more about OWN Academy, visit their website https://ownacademy.co/
45:55
June 06, 2020
#43 Conversation: Strong Body, Strong Mind with Phil Grasso
In this episode, I chat with Business Consultant, High Performance Coach and Body Fit Trainer Brunswick Owner, Phil Grasso. We exchange thoughts about the importance of a strong mind and body, high performance inside and outside of a gym, and coping with COVID19.  I train at Body Fit Training Brunswick. If you'd like to find out more about them and their training program, check them out on Instagram  www.instagram.com/bodyfit_brunswick
39:18
May 29, 2020
#42 Conversation: The Psychology of Sales with Von'Dre Smith
In this episode, I chat with Food Marketer, Von'Dre Smith. Von'Dre is an ex-Googler and Chef, and now helps people sell food. We exchange thoughts about the psychology of sales including the law of attraction, principle of perception, and the power of having a focused menu. Von'Dre also talks about the importance of a custom website, a CRM system, and an integrated chat platform. If you'd like to get in touch with Von'Dre, connect with him on Instagram (@whodoesyourmarketing). You can also book in a free strategy session with him via https://linktr.ee/whodoesyourmarketing
24:46
May 22, 2020
#41 Conversation: Using Social Media for Good with Victoria Ong
In this episode, I chat with Journalist, Host and Media Producer, Victoria Ong. Victoria and I exchange thoughts about why it is important to use social media for good, dealing with transition, and being open minded. We also discuss how to use social media for good; by lifting others up, by creating and offering value online, and by recognising that there is another person behind every online account. Victoria also shares about how she got started in media and journalism, and I share a few insights from my social media beginnings on Twitter close to 10 years ago. If you'd like to get in touch with Victoria, connect with her on Instagram (@byvictoriaong). She also has a series of Q & A's on IG Live called "Live and Learn."
44:01
May 15, 2020
#40 Conversation: Growth, Success & Whisky with Nick Lee
In this episode, I chat with Bar Consultant and the Co-Founder of an ecommerce store, The Whisky Hawker, Nick Lee. Nick shares about the origins of The Whisky Hawker, why success is having clarity, the power of an email list, and about a recent social media campaign he ran which generated over 1,500 interactions on Instagram. We discuss the power of being focused in business, and why young entrepreneurs should not go about chasing every opportunity that comes their way. Or, as Nick puts it, "not every opportunity is for you." Also, in the final quarter of this episode I throw a few rapid fire questions at Nick about how to enjoy whisky properly and responsibly. If you'd like to get in touch with Nick, connect with him on his Instagram (@nihaoniclee), or send him an email - whiskyhawker@gmail.com
35:15
May 08, 2020
#39 Conversation: The Importance of Customer Service with Robin Wang
In this episode, I chat with the Owner of Stokers Fine Pancakes (@stokersfinepancakes), Robin Wang. In this candid Conversation, Robin and I exchange thoughts about coping with COVID19, business pivots, using social media, and the fundamentals of customer service. Robin shares about the importance of consistency, and how all of us have an opportunity to up-skill during this season of business unusual and self-isolation. Find out more about Stokers via their website.
25:59
May 01, 2020
#38 Conversation: Dating and Relationships with Rob Wang
In this episode, I chat with Dating Coach, Rob Wang.  If you'd like to find out more about Rob, connect with him via his website https://www.greatdateguy.com/. 
34:26
April 23, 2020
#37 Conversation: How to be Confident with Sheena Yap Chan
In this episode, I chat with fellow Podcaster, Sheena Yap Chan  from The Tao of Self Confidence (a.k.a. @thetaoofselfconfidence on Instagram). Sheena has written a few books including 101 Ways to Make Money from Podcasting, 101 Ways to Boost your Self Confidence, and The Fearless Asian Women. She is focused on helping and celebrating Asian women. Her podcast has  800 episodes, including interviews with women from all across the world. In this Conversation, Sheena and I exchange thoughts about confidence. We discuss how to build confidence, how one approach does not fit everyone, and the importance of taking baby steps. Find out more about Sheena on her website and check out her podcast, The Tao of Self Confidence.
39:14
April 16, 2020
#36 Conversation: A Vision for the Future with Dr Noor Affizan
In this episode, I chat with Dr Noor Affizan (a.k.a. @nooraffizan on Instagram). Dr Noor helps preserve and restore sight as a consultant eye surgeon in Brunei. She is also part of the Equity Initiative, was selected as a Finalist in the Women of the Future Awards South East Asia in 2019, and the Founder of You Can Lean BN (www.youcanleadbn.com). Dr Noor shares about the importance of having a Vision for your life, and why she believes that greatness is not measured by what you have, but by what you give. We discussed how to develop your Vision, the idea that you can't be what you can't see, and how the only thing limiting anyone is the person in the mirror.  For the readers among us, Dr Noor recommends these three books for a deep dive into personal development: 1) Go-Giver by Bob Burg 2) Gifts of Imperfection by Brene Brown 3) Can’t hurt me by David Goggins Finally, here's the link to the Progresif video where Dr Noor reads the letter she wrote to her younger self: https://nooraffizan.com/a-letter-to-my-younger-self-progresif-feature/
35:55
April 08, 2020
#35 Conversation: Coping with COVID19 with Jennifer Tan
In this episode, I welcome Jennifer Tan back for another Conversation; look up Conversations #01 and #08 for our previous Conversations. Jennifer is a Yoga Instructor, an Educator and a lululemon Ambassador based in Singapore. This Conversation is all about COVID19. We share observations about the impact of the virus, how things are going to get a lot worse before becoming better, and when it hit us that this. is. serious. We discussed how we are coping (and not coping) with COVID19, and exchanged reminders to help those around us.  Here are Jennifer's ten thoughts around how to cope with the current reality of COVID19: 1. Forgive yourself - practise self compassion, wherever you are, whatever you’re doing.  2. Find an anchor - use routine, anything regular/consistent, to help ground yourself.  3. Move joyfully - move in ways you enjoy, and because you want to, not because you feel you should.  4. Look after your headspace - share what’s coming up for you through writing or talking with someone you trust.  5. Don’t compare yourself to others - let them do what they need to do - stay focused on your needs.  6. Be curious - explore what serves you in challenging times - movement, meditation, art, reading...  7. Rest - CONSCIOUSLY.  8. Breathe - CONSCIOUSLY.  9. Have hope - look for the good in this - it’s out there.  10. Observe without judgement - both your own behaviour and that of others. If you’d like to connect with Jennifer or follow her journey, find her on Instagram (@practisewithjen) for all things yoga and mindfulness.
54:43
April 03, 2020
#34 Conversation: Finding your Purpose in Five Minutes (Part 2) with Phuong Phan
Here's Part 2 of my Conversation with Speaker, Success Mindset Coach and the Founder of the School of Success, Phuong Phan.  (If you have not yet heard Part 1, I recommend clicking backwards and listen to that episode first.) In today's podcast, Phuong explains how we can find our purpose in five minutes. She explains that purpose doesn't appear all at once and that it doesn't matter how old you are. She invites us to ask ourselves what we enjoy, and then to take action on that passion. We also discuss the power of reading and feeding our minds, having a coach and accountability. Listeners of this podcast get a free 30 - 45 minute discovery course with Phuong, plus a 10% discount off her coaching programs. Find out more about Phuong's work at www.schoolofpurpose.com.au, and follow her journey on Facebook (www.facebook.com/phuong.empower).
23:53
March 26, 2020
#33 Conversation: Finding your Purpose in Five Minutes (Part 1) with Phuong Phan
This is Part 1 of my Conversation with Speaker, Success Mindset Coach and the Founder of the School of Success, Phuong Phan. Phuong is passionate about helping leaders find clarity in their purpose. Phuong shares the origins of her journey as a Speaker and Coach, and reminds us how we can use all of our experiences to date - both the good and the bad - to propel us forward. Phuong also talks about the Law of Attraction, and discussed how success is what we make it. Follow Phuong's journey on Facebook (www.facebook.com/phuong.empower) and find out more about her work at www.schoolofpurpose.com.au. Your homework for now is to pause and reflect about your experiences to date. Write down three key lessons or "turning point" moments from your journey so far.  Then tune in next week for Part 2, where Phuong goes into detail about how to find your purpose in five minutes. 
19:52
March 19, 2020
#32 Conversation: International Women's Day 2020 with Co-Founder of She Loves Tech, Leanne Robers
In this episode, I chat with the Angel Investor, Speaker and Co-Founder of She Loves Tech, Leanne Robers. She Loves Tech is a global platform committed to building an ecosystem for technology, entrepreneurship and innovation that creates opportunities for women. They are the world's largest technology startup competition focused on women-led businesses. Leanne shares about having a short and long term outlook on success, the importance of being kind to ourselves, and insights from She Loves Tech's journey to date. We also discuss balance, how to deal with anxiety, and what to do with doubt. Follow Leanne's journey on Instagram (www.instagram.com/leannerobers) and find out more about She Loves Tech via their website, www.shelovestech.org Happy International Women's Day!
41:21
March 12, 2020
#31 Conversations: International Women's Day 2020
In this episode, I welcome back a few previous Conversation guests to celebrate women in their lives, and to share their thoughts about what International Women's Day means to them. I dedicate this episode to my two seven-year old daughters, Ava and Elise.  Thank you Jennifer (Ep #1), Debbie (Ep #3), Shaun (Ep #5), Renard (Ep #7), Finia (Ep #10), Llia (Ep #16), Steve (Ep #21), Jonathan (Ep #25), Nadzri, Dex, Bee & Gillian for contributing to this episode. 
11:41
March 07, 2020
#30 Conversation: The Champion Mindset (Part 2) with Jonathan Ooi
Here's part 2 of my Conversation with CrossFit Coach and CrossFit Games National Champion (Malaysia), Jonathan Ooi. If you haven't yet listened to part 1, you are missing out. In part 1, Jonathan shared how he got started with CrossFit, and we discussed the parallels between CrossFit and life. In part 2, he goes into detail about his preparations and mindset as he approaches the Crossfit Games on 29 July 2020 at Madison, Wisconsin, United States. We also talk about "owning it", accountability and the importance of a support team. Even if you aren't an athlete or into CrossFit, you're going to find this Conversation meaningful. Follow Jonathan's journey on Instagram @jonooi19, and if you'd like to support him, you can via www.makeachamp.com/jonathanooi Go Jon!
28:31
February 25, 2020
#29 Conversation: Personal Branding for Success (Part 2) with Kristine Fernandez
Here's part 2 of my Conversation with Vlogger and Photographer, Kristine Fernandez (a.k.a. @missfernandez__ on Instagram). If you haven't listened to part 1 yet, go back and check it out. I was so challenged by it that I (FINALLY!) set up a YouTube channel. In part 2, we discuss practical keys to personal branding for success. Kristine shares about owning our past experiences,  passions and personal strengths, and the importance of vision and consistency. If you'd like to find out more about Kristine, look up her website www.kristinefernandezonline.com or checkout her YouTube channel.
25:11
February 19, 2020
#28 Conversation: Personal Branding for Success (Part 1) with Kristine Fernandez
In this episode, I chat with Vlogger and Photographer, Kristine Fernandez (a.k.a. @missfernandez__ on Instagram). Kristine has visited over 40 countries, 18 years of content creation, 7 years as a flight attendant, and over 40,000 YouTube subs. This is part 1 of our Conversation. Kristine shares about the origins of her journey as a Vlogger and Photographer, balancing passion and work, and the power of leveraging YouTube for personal and professional branding. She spoke about how "YouTube is a search engine with social media functions, not a social media platform with search functions." Stay tuned for part 2 of our Conversation where we discuss practical steps of personal branding for success. If you'd like to find out more about Kristine, look up her website https://www.kristinefernandezonline.com/ or checkout her YouTube channel.
20:20
February 12, 2020
#27 Conversation: Social Media Do's and Don't Do's for Businesses with Rano Iskandar
In this episode, I chat with the Founder of RanoAdidas, Rano Iskandar. Rano is a leading social media trailblazer, strategist and practitioner based in Brunei. His website www.rano360.com is Brunei's number 1 source of social news. In this podcast we discuss social media do's and don't do's for businesses. He shares insights, tips and practical applications from his decorated online journey including the rise of TikTok, video content, numbers vs engagement, and how online consumer habits have changed over time. If you’d like to connect with Rano or would like to find out more about how to leverage social media in your business, connect with him on Instagram, @ranoadidas.
47:05
February 05, 2020
#26 Conversation: Laughing Out Loud with 'Dancing' Diana Nguyen
MC, Actor and Comedian, Diana Nguyen shares insights on her approach to comedy and the origins of #dancingdiana.
33:22
January 30, 2020
#25 Conversation: The Champion Mindset (Part 1) with Jonathan Ooi
CrossFit Coach and CrossFit Games National Champion (Malaysia), Jonathan Ooi shares how he got started with CrossFit and lessons from his journey to date. We talk about the parallels between CrossFit and life, the importance of hard work, and how he approaches difficult workouts.
38:34
January 23, 2020
#24 Conversation: Leadership in 2020 and Beyond with Tieza Santos
Sustainable Development and Climate Change Specialist, Tieza Santos talks about the importance of grassroots action, and shares insights for aspiring and seasoned leaders.
42:27
January 17, 2020
#23 Conversation: Lessons from TEDx with Daniel Cerventus
Founding Curator of TEDxKL and TEDx Ambassador for SE Asia, Daniel Cerventus shares insights for aspiring TEDx speakers, the importance of content and connection, and his thoughts about the future.
47:48
January 10, 2020
#22 Conversation: Growth and Success with Simran Latif
Viper Challenge Asia's Operations Director, Simran Latif shares lessons from delivering over 30 mass-participation sports events for over 350,000 participants in South East Asia.
40:43
January 03, 2020
Bonus Year End Episode: My first ever podcast from June 2017 which I never released...until now.
Don't be a douche, don't be a schmuck and don't suck.
04:44
December 31, 2019
#21 Conversation: Speaking with Impact with Steve Lai
CNA News Anchor, Steve Lai and I share insights and exchange notes on how to speak with impact in front of a camera or an audience.
53:37
December 27, 2019
#20 Conversation: Communicating with Confidence with Georgie Cooke
UI Engineer, Blogger and Gym Junkie, Georgie Cooke and I talk about presentation skills and communicating with confidence.
39:08
December 20, 2019
#19 Conversation: Appetite for Success with Thanis Lim
Brunei's No. 1 Foodie Blogger and Influencer, Thanis Lim and I talk about how social media has changed over the last 15 years, influencers and success.
42:18
December 12, 2019
#18 Conversation: Everyday Innovation with Angela Bee Chan
Founder of Hackathons Australia, Angela Bee Chan and I talk about innovation, having a growth mindset, hackathons and "flearning."
26:03
December 06, 2019
#17 Conversation: Think Global, Act Local with Jeremy Tan
Curator of Global Shapers Kuala Lumpur, Jeremy Tan and I talk about Global Shapers, and the importance of thinking globally and acting locally.
30:49
November 28, 2019
#16 Conversation: Success with Llia
Storial.co Co-Founder and CMO, Llia and I talk about success, misconceptions about success, and what it takes to be successful.
33:50
November 21, 2019
#15 Conversation: The Importance of Mentorship with Brian Tan
FutureLab Co-Founder and CEO, Brian Tan and I talk about mentorship, entrepreneurship, and getting good advice.
39:42
November 14, 2019
#14 Conversation: Outside the Comfort Zone with Melanie Lim
Visual Storyteller, Melanie Lim and I talk about comfort zones, growing pains, being grown-ups, and passion.
49:53
November 07, 2019
#13 Conversation: The WWE and Professional Wrestling with Jason Rumpun
Host of The Bleacher Seat on Progresif Radio, Jason Rumpun and I talk about why we're still fans of the WWE even though everyone thinks it's fake.
35:21
October 31, 2019
#12 Conversation: Social Media, Fashion & Lifestyle with Yen
Fashion and Lifestyle Blogger Yen, talks about the importance of passion and persistence, being adaptable, and knowing your customers.
49:52
October 26, 2019
#11 Conversation: Men's Mental Health with Eric Cruz
MANABOUTADL's Founder and Director, Eric Cruz, talks candidly about men's mental health and the importance of asking for help.
24:33
October 18, 2019
#10 Conversation: Girls in Tech with Finia Putra
Girls in Tech Co-Managing Director Finia Putra shares her perspectives about the entrepreneurial and technology ecosystem in Indonesia.
45:33
October 11, 2019
#09 Conversation: Laughing Out Loud with Khai Anwar
Comedian Khai Anwar shares insights about his comedic creative process and about humour in Brunei.
26:30
October 04, 2019
#08 Conversation: Rest, Recovery, Stress and Performance with Jennifer Tan
Yoga instructor and Educator Jennifer Tan shares information and insights about how rest and recovery relates to stress and performance.
55:23
September 26, 2019
#07 Conversation: Facing the Realities of Climate Change with Dr Renard Siew
Dr Renard Siew shares insights about why climate change is the challenge of this generation, survival, and practical ideas to be part of the solution.
43:30
September 20, 2019
#06 Conversation: Surviving Cancer with Nadzirah Suhaimi
In this episode, I have a Conversation with Nadzirah Suhaimi about surviving cancer. Nadzirah (a.k.a. @nadiebytes on Instagram and Twitter) is one of the founders of Creativate Kids in Brunei, and she also delivers workshops on mindfulness. In this Conversation, Nadzirah talks about her journey with cervical cancer; from the moment of diagnosis to the moment she was in the clear. I share about my experiences too; my late mum and father-in-law battled cancer. We go back and forth about lessons from the journey, things we wished we knew back then, and also offer practical advice for people on a similar journey. If you are going through something similar and want to reach out for a chat, reach me via email heydelwin@gmail.com You are not alone. My thoughts and prayers go out to you.
41:18
September 14, 2019
#05 Conversation: Youth Leadership with Shaun Hoon
In this episode, I have a Conversation with Shaun Hoon. Shaun is the founder of Curious Mind, a business which connects thought leaders and change makers from around the world to corporations and individuals. Prior to this he was the founder and Editor-in-Chief of two magazines, Inspire and Inspire Living. He is the Founding Curator of Global Shapers in Brunei, the NGO arm of the prestigious World Economic Forum. He is also the organiser of a Youth Empowerment Conference happening from 7 to 8 September 2019 (more details here > www.progresifminds.com/yec). In this Conversation, we discuss a range of topics related to youth empowerment and leadership. I know it will inspire, challenge and motivate you. Enjoy!
51:33
September 07, 2019
#04 Conversation: My chat with Syafi Halim about his short film "Simpati"
In this episode, I have a Conversation with Syafi Halim, a.k.a. @syafihalim on Twitter or @syafi.halim on Instagram. Syafi is a 19 year old film director based in Brunei. He released a short film called Simpati in July 2019, a “short film that highlights casual racism in (Brunei).” In this Conversation, we discuss his journey to date, the importance of an open mind, and the inspiration behind this short film. If you haven’t watched the film yet, look up “Simpati” on YouTube and watch it now. It’s heartwarming, but more importantly, it shines a light on bias and prejudice.
27:33
August 31, 2019
#03 Conversation: Social Media Insights & Influence with Debbie Too
In this episode, I have a Conversation with Debbie Too, a.k.a. @debbietoo on Instagram and Twitter. Debbie, a long time social media enthusiast, currently works as a retail product manager for an international bank. She previously worked as a business journalist, and she’s one of my favourite people to chat with about social media. We discuss social media trends, social media influence, and share our thoughts on the implications of Instagram’s recent move of removing the visibility of “Likes” for everyday users and businesses. I know you’ll enjoy it, and I hope it challenges, inspires and motivates you.
36:50
August 23, 2019
#02 Conversation: Inner Strength with Eddie Williams
In this episode, I have a Conversation with the singing strongman Eddie Williams, a.k.a. @eddiejowilliams on Instagram. Eddie is a two-time Australia’s Strongest Man champion, the Southern Hemisphere’s Strongest Man, and a singer! We discuss his singing and strongman journey, how he prepares his mind and body before big events, and we explore the importance of focus, discipline and inner strength. I know you’ll enjoy it, and I hope it challenges, inspires and motivates you.
36:22
August 17, 2019
#01 Conversation: Mindsets and Mindfulness with Jennifer Tan
In this episode, I have a Conversation with Jennifer Tan, a.k.a. @practisewithJen on Instagram. Jennifer is a Yoga Instructor, Educator and lululemon Ambassador. She shares about how and why she got into yoga and explores the benefits of mindfulness. We also discuss practical suggestions for busy professionals and athletes looking to push past plateaus. I know you'll enjoy it, and I hope it challenges, inspires and motivates you.
55:38
August 08, 2019