CU 26: Neville Christie, Entrepreneur & ‘Business with Soul’ Ambassador

It’s hard to believe, but Neville Christie started his apprenticeship as an entrepreneur at the age of 6!
Since then Neville has set up 44 small & medium sized businesses – 41 of which have been successful, alongwith 3 significant failures.

Learn about what Neville has learned on his journey, and also what he is now doing to enhance the lives and businesses of 10,000 entrepreneurs… on the foundation of life & business with purpose, or as he calls it, ‘Business with Soul.’


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CU 18: Fr Bob Maguire, Social Entrepreneur

Ever wonder how Catholic priest could be an Entrepreneur?

Father Bob has worked as a beekeeper and been awarded an Order of Australia for his tireless service to the community & work with the poor, in addition to receiving “the Australian Entrepreneur of the year award”. He has hosted TV shows, podcasts and radio programs, and even had a documentary about his life premier at the Melbourne Film Festival. He has founded multiple charities, including Open Family… all whilst serving the community as a Catholic priest!

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CU 10: Peter Jones, Event Manager Extraordinaire

Our guest today is one of Australia’s leading event producers, with over 1200 shows in both Australia and overseas for clients including the Australian Football League, Grand Prix, Qantas and Australian Olympic Committee.

He has been the recipient of 24 awards from the meeting & events industry association of Australia, including being inducted into the hall of fame in 2 categories.

Some of his recent events have included – Visits to Melbourne by both Her Majesty the Queen and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, Oprah Winfrey and the AFL Grand Final Parade.

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CU 06: Sports Legend, Max Walker

Our guest special in this episode, Max Walker, is a Member of the Order of Australia, a former professional sportsman in 2 sports, both australian football and international cricket, an architect, an author with 7 number 1 bestselling books, a media celebrity and much-loved sports commentator.

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CU 03: Jim O’Connor, Micro Brewer & Entrepreneur

Our guest on Careers Unplugged this week, Jim O’Connor, started working for one of the world’s largest accounting advisory firms, Andersen, whilst in his early 20s, taking him across Asia in different roles. He later acquired, managed and sold a successful agricultural business with his brother, before embarking on an entirely different journey… as founder and co-owner of boutique brewery, The Fortitude Brewing company.

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CU 02: Peter O’Brien, Inventor & Sculptor

Our special guest this week, Peter O’Brien, studied art, worked in theatre & film, became an art director, and is now a successful inventor & manufacturer selling his products globally.
His amazing journey shows how fascinating and incredible your career can be. Don’t miss it!

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CU 01: Brian Kelly, Renowned Retail CEO

Retail CEO Brian Kelly
The inaugural episode of Careers Unplugged kicks off with one of Australia’s business leaders. Brian Kelly has spent more than 30 years as a senior executive in the retail & career management industries. He has held
leadership roles as CEO of national retail giant Retravision and GM of Pioneer Electronics, 
and CEO of Australia’s leading career Management Company for Youth, Managers, Executives and Professionals. 

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Stu’s Take on “How much money do you need to start a business”

http://makeitbigtraining.com/how-much-money-do-i-need-to-start-a-business/ If you have ever thought about a career change or wondered whether you have enough money to start a business, then don’t miss the great Make It Big Training episode from Stu Hayes & Rich Sayer. It is filled with great tips and advice from both these guys, who have both succeeded AND failed…

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How to avoid being extinct in your career or business

Have ever wondered whether your career or business is moving in the right direction? Change is an inevitable part of life after all, and this means we need to take steps to make sure we are change embracing… even if we feel comfortable. Let’s us not forget that dinosaurs were the dominant life form on…

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