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Joshua Nussbaum, President of RevLabs examines the science of personal excellence. Through the very real experiences of today's most powerful thinkers, professional athletes, and the world's greatest entrepreneurs you will learn the mechanisms for designing the life and the results of your dreams starting from the inside out.
 
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Out Of My Mind

Jennifer D. Liles LCSW

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Out of My Mind is the brainchild of Jennifer D. Liles LCSW, Owner of Responsive Mental Health Services LLC, in Independence, Missouri. It provides audio tracks, videos, and articles that teach life skills at the intersection of mental health and social justice, where you affect the world and the world affects you. You can find more and Subscribe at https://soundcloud.com/odanu In each track Jennifer D. Liles, LCSW engages in creative work or play while teaching you some idea from mental heal ...
 
In your city or mine?, Julio Bruno – Time Out Group CEO, culture guru and global citizen – chats to the world’s most influential trendsetters, thought-leaders and policymakers about the stuff that’s shaping our cities. Bringing knowledge and experience gained from a globe-spanning career in sectors that include travel, technology, media and e-commerce, along with active involvement in the start-up world as an investor and board adviser, Julio takes inspiration from the remarkable ingenuity t ...
 
“I often think of how challenging it was being a teenager, and I was saved from my misery by certain friends, teachers and books to whom I will be forever grateful. I know Holy Shit! I’m a Gifted Misfit! can be one of those books in the lives of many young people today, kids who are struggling as I once struggled and are looking for a lifeline to lead them out of their despair. JJ is one of those people with such a gift for connecting with young people that she can change someone’s life fore ...
 
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In this final episode in the current season of your city or mine?, Julio meets Lord Michael Cashman, politician, writer and actor. First a child actor in the 1960s and 70s, Lord Cashman became famous (and stirred controversy) in the late 1980s in the UK when he played an openly gay man in the hugely popular soap EastEnders. He later co-founded Ston…
 
In this episode of your city or mine?, Julio meets Thomas Heatherwick, the visionary founder of Heatherwick Studio and the design pioneer behind recent landmark projects including New York’s Little Island and London’s Coal Drops Yard. Heatherwick also redesigned the classic Routemaster red bus in London. Heatherwick’s passion is ‘how to make the wo…
 
In this episode of your city or mine?, Julio meets Ben Roberts, CEO of the British Film Institute – the government-backed body which champions the art, business and future of movies in the UK. Ben has been at the BFI since 2012, but he only took over as CEO in early 2020, just as Covid hit. Here, Ben talks about leading the BFI through the pandemic…
 
In this episode of your city or mine?, Julio meets Nancy Pfund, the founder and managing partner of impact investors DBL Partners. Nancy was an early pioneer in investing for social and environmental good and sits on the board of several influential companies - including Tesla, in which she was an early investor, smartly spotting its potential to d…
 
In this episode of your city or mine? (and the first to be recorded in person!), Julio meets Melanie Leach, CEO and co-founder of South Shore Productions. Melanie is an award-winning British TV executive who has spent decades creating popular TV shows for the BBC, ITV, Netflix and others – including ‘The Real Marigold Hotel’, ‘Educating’ and ‘Hotel…
 
In this episode of your city or mine?, Julio meets Annastasia Seebohm, CEO of Brilliant Minds Foundation – co-founded by Spotify’s Daniel Ek to bring together the world’s most influential thought-leaders. Annastasia was previously the Group CEO of Quinessentially. Here, Annastasia talks about wanting to leave a mark on the world; being a young CEO;…
 
In this episode of your city or mine?, Julio meets Bess Freedman, CEO of Brown Harris Stevens, one of the largest privately-owned real estate companies in the US. As the market recovers from the pandemic, Bess talks about how our housing needs have changed; about why Bill de Blasio has failed New York as its mayor and what’s needed next; about how …
 
In this episode of your city or mine?, Julio meets Tabitha Jackson who since early 2020 has been the Director of the celebrated annual Sundance Film Festival in Utah. As the festival’s offshoot Sundance London returns to Europe this summer, Tabitha talks about her love for London; about how streaming services are changing the world (often for the b…
 
In this episode of your city or mine?, Julio meets Jess Scully, the Deputy Lord Mayor of Sydney who since 2019 has gained a well-earned reputation for wanting to shake things up and create a future city designed for everyone – not just the few. Raised in Sydney, but with experience of living in many places around the world, and with a celebrated ba…
 
In this episode of your city or mine?, Julio meets Kunlé Adeyemi, the brilliant Nigerian architect, academic and entrepreneur. Based in both Lagos and Amsterdam, Kunlé is the founder of the architecture firm NLÉ which meets the huge challenges of climate change in imagining cities of the future. Kunlé tells Julio why his city is Lagos; how Kigali i…
 
In this new episode of your city or mine?, Julio meets Anthony Scaramucci, founder and managing partner of SkyBridge Capital, author, financier, former White House Communications Director and more. Anthony tells Julio about his Italian-American upbringing in Long Island; why working for Trump (very briefly) in 2017 was a ‘mistake’ and what he think…
 
New Yorkers Anthony & Janique Edwards met on Tinder before marrying and founding the EatOkra app in 2016 as a way of supporting the Black community and celebrating Black-owned food and drink businesses. But it was the events of 2020, and the focus of the Black Lives Matter movement following the murder of George Floyd, that gave new energy and purp…
 
In this new episode of your city or mine?, Julio meets Lord Stuart Rose, a prominent British businessman who has worked in retail since the 1970s when he joined Marks and Spencer as a management trainee and later became its CEO and Chairman. Stuart was also CEO of Argos and Booker PLC, and until recently was Chairman of Ocado. He is currently Chair…
 
In this second episode of your city or mine?, Julio meets Philip Knatchbull, the CEO of Curzon Cinemas, a much-loved entertainment brand famous for its stylish cinemas and its streaming platform dedicated to indie films and filmmakers from all over the world. Philip shares how he caught the film bug from his father, a film producer; how he had a vi…
 
In this inaugural episode, Julio meets Paul Carrick Brunson, a serial entrepreneur, television host and columnist whose specialty lies in teaching others. Julio and Paul discuss Paul’s career path, how he made it in television after a foray into investment banking, how he got to work with Oprah Winfrey, his passion for teaching and why he is 150 ye…
 
Peter Tullin is the co-founder of Remix Summits, a global conference on the collision of culture, technology and entrepreneurship. Over the past seven years the Sydney edition of Remix has welcomed speakers spanning the British Museum to Disney. Tullin spends a lot of time trend spotting and talking to leading creatives globally, and in this podcas…
 
Mike will soon depart Time Out to take up the role of inaugural 24 Hour Economy Commissioner for the State of NSW. In an exit interview with a difference, his current boss and Time Out Global CEO, Julio Bruno, talks to him about some of the challenges inherent with his new job, and the opportunities for Sydney and NSW as a result. They reflect on c…
 
Does Covid mean that no one ever works in an office again, or will things go back more or less to the way they were? If you're in the business of getting people to go out, the answer to this question is fundamental to your business model. In this episode, Mike asks David Harding for his perspective on the question. Harding is NSW and ACT business l…
 
Tim Philips-Johansson is global bartending and liquor-industry royalty, having won the Diageo World Class Cocktail crown back in 2012 and opened renowned Sydney venues Bulletin Place and Dead Ringer. On the road to bar industry recovery, Tim talks to Mike about the importance of revenue diversification, developing and retaining millennial and Gen Z…
 
While technology has become an indispensable part of the going-out experience these days, the sector will forever be one that is based primarily on human interaction. In this episode of the Time Out for Business podcast Mike speaks to Luke Butler of Hastings People, a leading hospitality and leisure segment recruitment business, to get the lowdown …
 
The latest book by Australian novelist and comedy writer Dom Knight is the 2020 Dictionary: The Definitive Guide to the Year the World Turned to Shit – a tongue-in-cheek summary of the lingo that we’ve picked up as a community during the pandemic. In the final episode of the Time Out for Business podcast for 2020, Mike uses Dom’s satirical dictiona…
 
Deputy Lord Mayor of Sydney, Jess Scully, is the author of Glimpses of Utopia: Real Ideas for a Fairer World, a book in which she profiles people everywhere who are rising up to confront our global challenges. With the pandemic seemingly under control within our borders and the natural optimism the festive season brings, Mike speaks to Jess to find…
 
At the recent Mumbrella Publish Awards, Time Out and Pedestrian between them took home five awards as well as two High Commendations. In this special round table episode, Tim Burrowes, founder and editor at large of Mumbrella, joins Mike and Vanessa Lawrence, publisher from Pedestrian Group, for a frank discussion about audience behaviours and tren…
 
Pre-Covid, the NSW Treasury began work on a 24 Hour Economy Strategy. The lockout was its genesis, but its evolution has been shaped by the pandemic. The minister responsible for development of the strategy is the Honourable Stuart Ayers, Minister for Jobs, Investment, Tourism and Western Sydney. The Minister explains to Mike how the strategy sits …
 
In late October, Time Out Global published its list of the 40 coolest suburbs in the world. Australia landed two in the top ten, with Melbourne's Yarraville in fifth place and Sydney's Marrickville in tenth. What makes these locales so special, and what has been the impact of Covid? In this episode, Mike chats with Councillor Sarah Carter, who was …
 
Michael Kill is the CEO of the Night Time Industries Association in the UK, which is years ahead of Australia when it comes to unlocking night-time economies. With NSW having recently published its 24 Hour Economy Strategy, and Victoria just coming out of lockdown and eager to make up for lost time, Kill offers some perspectives on implementing a s…
 
We well know that the travel sector was the first to be hit by the pandemic and likely to be the last sector to emerge from it. But arriving on those first flights from New Zealand has also been a glimmer of hope. One of Australia’s top travel experts, James Wilkinson, talks about airline recovery, the immediate future for hotels, and the ways New …
 
After the year they've had, Sydney audiences are looking forward to their annual summer festival of theatre and arts – but what will it look like? And what changes might remain for Sydney Festival post-pandemic? Mike interviews artistic director Wesley Enoch, three months out from his fifth and final program. With international acts off the menu, E…
 
Giant Dwarf is a small theatre operation with a large impact, playing a vital role in creating pathways for creatives. Rent pressures forced them to relocate right before Covid hit, and now, under physical distancing, their continued operation faces major hurdles. Founder Julian Morrow and MD Bec Annetts join Mike on the podcast to discuss the chal…
 
While most famous for their burgers, Jake Smyth and Kenny Graham are at the forefront of Sydney’s counterculture – their venues provide a showcase for many of the city’s artists and musicians. Six months to the day since Covid ground zero, Mike checks in with Jake and Kenny to see how they and their enterprises are faring. Marys is a mid-scale hosp…
 
The importance of access to public spaces has been thrown into sharp relief by Melbourne’s lengthy lockdown. Who knew that we’d come to value so highly the ability to simply sit in a park, let alone sit in a park with other people? Dr Caroline Butler-Bowdon is the executive director for public spaces in the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and …
 
On Monday September 14, the NSW Government released its 24-Hour Economy Strategy – something industry leaders have been working towards since lockout was implemented back in 2014. To talk through the implications of this brand new chapter for NSW, Mike jumps into the guest seat in his capacity as chair of the Night Time Industries Association, to b…
 
Toby Schmitz is one of Australia's most accomplished thespians. He has starred in productions for Sydney Theatre Company, Belvoir and Griffin, played Hamlet, and acted on Broadway. But what happens to a stage star when the theatres go dark? In a follow-up to episode four's discussion of livestreamed theatre, Schmitz talks to Mike about performing a…
 
Salvatore Malatesta sits atop St Ali, a Melbourne coffee institution. Hit hard by the pandemic, Sal was able to pivot into sanitisers, face masks and a general store – with remarkable success. He talks to Mike about creativity and risk, and how he created new market opportunities by leveraging his team, his existing brand, and the distribution, sal…
 
The challenge for industry during Covid is connecting with our audiences: understanding what they are doing, and how they are feeling. With Melbourne in lockdown and Sydney looking on uneasily, Mike interviews Time In Melbourne editor Rebecca Russo and Time Out Sydney editor Maxim Boon – on the tussle between staying in and going out; the differenc…
 
“I wanted it to be an international news story, and it was.” When Andy Henry, artistic director of small independent Sydney theatre company Red Line Productions, had to cancel his 2020 season, he had the groundbreaking idea of an international live-streamed play reading – and somehow got Alec Baldwin to star in it. In an inspirational interview, he…
 
“I take a little bit of delight in the mess,” says Sydney city councillor Jess Miller. “Because I see it as an opportunity to make things better.” A former Deputy Lord Mayor of Sydney, Jess is famous for her creative approaches to sustainability, strategy and innovation. In a wide-ranging chat, she talks to Mike about the unique chance posed by the…
 
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