Glen Gerreyn on creating a purposeful life
Glen Gerreyn was 17 when he was diagnosed with an incurable disease and his dreams of going to the Olympics came crashing down. He shares how he went from years of depression to becoming an author, speaker, and founder of The Hopeful Institute ...
Georgina McEncroe, creator of Shebah
Georgina McEncroe has been a high school teacher, TV presenter, radio host, and even a junior football coach! She shares how she came up with Shebah, the first ever ride sharing service for women, while also single-handedly raising four children.
Suzie Ratcliffe from Leave A Light On Inc.
In 1973, Suzie Ratcliffe’s sister Joanne, was abducted from Adelaide Oval – never to be seen or heard of again. Suzie started Leave A Light On Inc to raise awareness for families of people who are still listed as missing in Australia.
Diane Squires, from journalist to traveller
Former journalist Diane Squires burnt out in the corporate world and took herself on a gap year as a 40-something year old woman. That decision put her on a completely different path and she now gets PAID to travel the world!
Jas Rawlinson, “Reasons to Live One More Day, Every Day”
Jas Rawlinson is a Brisbane author with a passion for empowering survivors of trauma by transforming their struggles into powerful memoirs. She shares all about her renowned book series, “Reasons to Live One More Day, Every Day”.
Tasmanian Young Australian of the Year, Sam Cawthorn
Sam Cawthorn‘s life changed forever when a major car accident left him with an amputated right arm and a permanent disability in his right leg. He shares how he went on to become one of the world’s most in-demand public speakers.