You know the saying; "come to me with a solution, not a problem". You've probably heard it a million times and even had it thrown back at you from time to time. Well, Darryl Branthwaite has turned that notion into an artform. And, what's more, he is known for reeling in his whole community along [...]
Christine Weston has a knack for seeing the opportunity in adversity. Whatever the challenge – and whatever the scale – this once high school teacher turned international marketer and innovator has carved for herself a reputation for making things happen in regional and rural communities. Christine, who was the guest on Project Leap's Episode Five [...]
As doers, taking the leap in the first place is scary. We all know that. But scaling up? Taking the risk to compete on a global scale? That is terrifying. Jason Toevs spoke with Meredith and Tara in Episode Four of Project Leap; imparting some of his vast knowledge around scaling up and backing yourself in [...]
It all started when she saw a business she really believed in. Pride in dual nationalities is something close to Richa Joshi's heart. And that was obvious when she spoke to Meredith and Tara for Project Leap's third episode. As a proud Australian woman and a proud Indian woman Richa saw in Dual Nation a [...]
"The only time we really, really innovate is when we have come up against some sort of block; it's when we come up against adversity." Terry Hawkins, who spoke with Project Leap presenters Meredith Papas and Tara Jacobsen-Neven during a Special Edition of their podcast this week, has had to reinvent herself time and again. [...]
In cooking, as in business, success is all about matching the right ingredients to achieve a perfect fusion. Matt Golinski, who speaks to Meredith and Tara in Episode #2 of the Project Leap podcast, is renowned for making something quite sensational from virtually nothing. He has built rich and flavoursome food ecosystems in places well [...]
What if most of your fears didn't really matter? What if you could do what you thought you couldn't? Here, author and innovator Deb Rae dares you to try.
There are many times in my professional life when I feel like I am talking to grown ups and I am the kid in the playground.
It can be quite enlightening, the peace and comfort that can be drawn from those seemingly tiny, habitual moments.
Recent events in my life have brought me to consider the concept of vulnerability from a professional perspective.