Wabi Sabi Series Podcast

IMPOSTER SYNDROME with Alison Shamir

IMPOSTER SYNDROME with Alison Shamir

Today I sit down with Alison Shamir who is an Imposter Syndrome & Confidence Expert Coach. As a Speaker & Media Contributor she’s spent 10+ years in Senior roles across the Technology and Media sectors. Certified in Applied Neuroscience and Brain Health, Alison arms her audience with the knowledge and evidence-based methods grounded in neuroscience to build unshakeable Confidence, overcome Imposter Syndrome & do the deep change work needed to rewire their brain and achieve the success they desire. These are topics I find fascinating so I was super excited to chat Alison - I hope you enjoy the show.

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FUNDING OF FEMALE LED COMPANIES with Kate Vale

FUNDING OF FEMALE LED COMPANIES with Kate Vale

Kate Vale is a powerhouse and has had a distinguished career in the technology and digital industries, with over two decades experience across major digital brands, including Spotify where she was Managing Director of Australia and New Zealand; prior to that  was Head of YouTube Australia and New Zealand, as well as the first in-region employee for Google as the Head of Sales and Operations Australia and New Zealand. So Kate knows a fair bit about the topic we cover today. 

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THE SHAME OF OUTSOURCING with Mia & Dinah

THE SHAME OF OUTSOURCING with Mia & Dinah

Mia Northrop and Dinah Rowe Roberts first met at high school in Melbourne. They studied together at university and remained fast friends through marriages, dynamic corporate careers in London, Dubai, New York and Vancouver, and the arrival of children. Their combined experience in senior strategy, commercial, digital and customer experience roles did nothing to prevent the onslaught of life admin, which became their passion to solve. Today, Dinah & Mia coach, write, speak and facilitate workshops about life admin, and together they host the podcast ‘Life Admin Life Hacks’.

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RELATIONSHIPS with Rebekah Campbell

RELATIONSHIPS with Rebekah Campbell

Imagine that you’re a super smart entrepreneur that has run & invested in several successful business ventures but you find it hard to translate your business success into your love life. You’re keen to start a family…but can’t seem to meet that right person no matter what you do. How would you tackle this problem that’s more common today than many people realise? 

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