I'm always curious about something - I think everyone is. In the past year or so, I've been becoming more aware of those day-to-day sparks of interest and seeing where they take me. In my new podcast, I follow those curiosities and talk to experts, mentors, advocates, leaders, and friends about them along the way. After all, following your curiosities has never been so easy...
In this episode, I get curious about the incredible work retired teacher Bob Sheridan is doing to mobilise children in third world countries. To explore that curiosity, I spoke to him about why he was first curious about the cause, and how his team worked their way towards a solution.
In this episode, I get curious about the devastating bushfires that have destroyed many a home, and many a habitat. To explore that curiosity, I look towards the relief efforts (and how I can help), as well as the other side to any disaster - the protests, the politics and the problems. For information on where to donate, head to kailovel.com/bushfires.
In this episode, I get curious about electric vehicles and the new wave of rideshare tech. To explore that curiosity, I had a conversation with the founder of electric vehicle rideshare ZZAP, Pred Zdravkovic, about the work we're doing in the Perth transport space - and what better place to do it than while driving in his Tesla Model S.
In this shorter episode, I got curious about media freedom, exploring the recent "Your Right to Know" coalition campaign. To explore that curiosity, I had a look back to not only the media raids earlier this year, but the history of government opression of the media as long ago as the cold war.
In my first episode, I get curious about those nerves I feel whenever I deliver talks & presentations. To explore that curiosity, I had a conversation with my mentor and good friend, Shil Shanghavi, a public speaking specialist and the founder of Chatterbox Public Speaking, about the fear of presenting - whether it's in front of a handful of people, or on the world stage.