Permission To Dream Again. If fear or overwhelm has you feeling stuck or a little sad at the moment then this conversation with the amazing Milo-Arne Wilkinson is a must listen.

Together we explore:

  • The science behind why we feel more exhausted, more afraid and more triggered than ever and what we can do to bring our mental wellbeing into balance.
  • Why now is the time to give yourself permission to have hope for the future and dream again how to use your internal conversation to turn fear into freedom.


For those of you interested in learning how to use your fear to create the freedom and happiness you long for. Check out our new program  The Courage Challenge here.

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Using guilt for inner peace. Here in Melbourne, I’ve been immersed in lockdown 4.0, and conversations with clients and friends have centred around the guilt of not being able to get all the things we want to be done in a day.
Feelings of not being able to keep up seem pervasive and it has me questioning the long-term impacts of not dealing with feelings of constant guilt?

5 Questions To Amplify Productivity | Episode 28
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In this week’s podcast I’m sharing a simple weekly reflection practice I use that only takes 15 minutes and can help you amplify your focus, your productivity and your happiness.
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Enabling teenage girls to build skill in thriving rather than surviving is no easy job. But founder Mandy Dante has stepped up to the challenge with a whole lot of heart.