Ep 54: Magazines and Menopause

Whether you’re at an age close to menopause or feel far from it, it’s more important than you think to set yourself up for success during menopause. In this heartfelt episode, you’ll gain insight into the experience of menopause from educator, Mum and author Ali Daddo as she shares her knowledge and personal stories about…

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Ep 51: Supporting Educators

Covid repercussions, low pay and increased workloads are contributing to an unprecedented number of staff absences and resignations from our educational system. In this eye-opening conversation, Meg speaks with teacher and wellbeing expert Daniela Falecki about how this widespread education crisis is spreading awareness about an educational system that needs fixing. From this conversation, learn…

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Ep 49: Dopamine Nation

Discover how our current culture’s unlimited access to immediate pleasure has led to a dopamine overdrive. Dr. Anna Lembke, professor of Psychiatry at Stanford University School of Medicine and author of Dopamine Nation, discusses how easy it is to slip into addiction as we face this constant struggle between sudden and dramatic increases of dopamine…

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Ep 45: Managing Expectations

Learn how to narrow the gap between expectations and reality to live a more fulfilling life. In this heartfelt solo episode, wellbeing speaker and educator Meg Durham breaks down how the expectations we have of ourselves and others impact the way we feel, function and relate to others. This episode will give you powerful insight…

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Ep 43: Personal Power

Do you sometimes feel overwhelmed, burnt-out or unhappy? You’re not alone. Learn about accessing your personal power to create positive change in your life. In this conversation, transformational coach Lisa Corduff shares her experiences coaching women to get out of autopilot and create new positive habits to live happier, more sustainable lives. You can quote…

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Ep 42: Child Psychiatry

Learn about children’s behavioural issues to be the best educator, parent and carer you can be. As a Child, Adolescent and Family Psychiatrist, Dr Chris Wever helps children, schools, parents, and educators overcome behavioural issues early on. Leave this heartfelt conversation feeling empowered to recognise signs in young children today for a better tomorrow. So…

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Ep 40: Raising Girls

Learn about the intricacies of raising young girls from acclaimed parenting author, educator and speaker Maggie Dent to help them be the best versions of themselves. Maggie chats to Meg about the complexities of the female mind, different temperaments, personality types, understanding emotions, trusting intuition and how the people responsible for raising girls can help…

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Ep 39: Authentic Connections

Learn about the importance of caring for yourself to be the best parent, teacher and caregiver you can be. In this heartfelt conversation, Dr Suniya Luthar shares her research focusing on the effects of high-pressure settings on caregivers and those they care for. You’ll be surprised by interesting discoveries in Dr Luthar’s research and the…

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37: Expect Excuses

The human brain is wired to make excuses, meaning excuses that keep you from making changes toward good health and wellbeing. Whether you find yourself repeating, “I’m too busy” or “I’m too tired”, these excuses keep you from the energy, clarity and confidence you deserve. In this solo episode with Meg Durham, you’ll learn what…

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Ep 34: Authentic Purpose

Learn about revealing your true purpose to make an extraordinary impact on your life and the world around you. In this episode, Meg chats to the acclaimed author, speaker and consultant, Zach Mercurio PhD, about purpose. They discuss how to uncover your purpose, how adversity can amplify it and how finding your purpose can lead…

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