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  • So many of us are so terrified of failure that we avoid any possibility of risk and adventure. We squash life-changing ideas that come to our heads because we’re scared of taking a risk.We ignore our vision for a more fulfilling lifestyle because we’re afraid of the consequences if we

  • We are all born with a survival mentality.From an evolutionary perspective, we are wired to seek out the things that bring us the most safety and comfort.So it’s only logical that as we grow up, we seek validation in the status quo and diligently follow the career and lifestyle paths

  • Most of us are determined to pursue existing opportunities to advance our goals. We endure our 3+ year degrees only to join the rest of the graduates desperately scrolling through Seek.com to find any job that will hire us. We give in to the belief that if there’s no clear path

  • So many of us buy into restrictive beliefs. We justify to ourselves that we must wait until we’re ‘ready’ before we pursue our passion. But as our guest today reveals, some opportunities just can’t wait.

  • So many of us have forgotten what it’s like to be curious. We believe that it’s a sentiment only limited to childhood and we’ve forgotten what it’s like to learn and explore because we want to, and not because we have to. We’re so set in our traditional ways of

  • Society has always taught us the value of having high expectations. We expect that if we work hard, we’ll be successful. We expect that we’ll finally be happy once we receive a promotion or earn six figures. We expect that being an entrepreneur will result in status and wealth. However,

  • Many of us view the mundane experiences in our lives as something we ‘have to’ endure before we reach our desired destination.We ‘have to’ work at a boring job so we can earn money.We ‘have to’ study a boring subject at University so we can graduate with a degree.We ‘have

  • Life changing decisions have the ability to paralyse us. After all, we run the tremendous risk of making the wrong choice and experiencing failure. Since we humans love familiarity, our gut instinct will always tell us to choose the option which allows us to stay in our comfort zone instead

  • As the son of an ex-pat, Raj Jana has always been familiar with change. Growing up constantly moving from country to country, Raj quickly learnt to adapt to any situation and become comfortable with the uncomfortable. His ability to embrace uncertainty and tackle challenges head-on, set him up for success during

  • From an early age, Natalie Thorogood has always exhibited signs of a strong entrepreneurial mindset.  Her passionate desire to create and sell products inspired her to start many side projects and even launch her own fashion label at just sixteen years old.

  • It's the end of another year, my peers.It's time to reflect on all that was the year of 2018 and appreciate how far we've come and how much we've all grown this year.In today's episode, recorded on the 31st December 2018, I share with you all how I've grown this

  • While many of us received our very first pay cheque from working in the retail or hospitality industry, Lily Wu’s first source of income came from a $300 pair of Adidas shoes and a determination to avoid hefty shipping rates. Although she didn’t have a traditional part time job, Lily

  • While most nine year old’s spend their days going to school and making friends, Madeleine Buchner was running fundraisers and hosting charity events. Then again, Madeleine isn’t your typical nine year old. After her brother was diagnosed with a myriad of health conditions, Madeleine spent her childhood accompanying her family

  • For many high achievers, failure can feel like an incredibly daunting prospect. Although it’s inevitable to encounter setbacks in life and in business, experiencing failure can lead to feelings of shame and unworthiness. Consequently, the weight of these demoralising emotions can often result in many entrepreneurs giving up on their

  • Throughout your lifetime, how many of you were asked the question ‘What do you want to do?’ I’m sure you’re still hearing that question today. But how many of you were asked what DON’T you want to do? For Will Strange, answering this question was incredibly crucial to pursuing his

  • Throughout your lifetime, how many of you were asked the question ‘What do you want to do?’ I’m sure you’re still hearing that question today. But how many of you were asked what DON’T you want to do? For Will Strange, answering this question was incredibly crucial to pursuing his

  • For many of us growing up, empowered female role models were few and far between. Without them, and in situations where traditional gender roles have prevailed, it can be difficult to see ourselves (I’m speaking to all of our female peers out there) as strong and independent women. Today’s guests

  • How many of you were told after finishing high school that you should go to university, get a ‘good job’ and ultimately, provide for yourself and your family? I’m guessing plenty. I most definitely was, and so was today’s guest, Brynn Chadwick.Growing up between New Zealand and Australia, Brynn graduated

  • Were you a naughty child? Did you ever try and squirm your way out of things so that you wouldn’t get in trouble? Did you have a strong desire to do whatever you wanted regardless of what you were told? Today’s guest, Lucy Bloomfield, was exactly this child.For as

  • As children, many of us are encouraged to find our passions and do what we love. Often though, as we grow older the idea of pursuing passion gives way to other priorities. As adults, we tend to conform to society’s expectations about the way spend our time and the way

  • This first solo episode of mine has been a long time coming.I’m so grateful to finally have the opportunity to share with you my journey since launching The Peers Project in October of last year. The past eleven months have been a whirlwind of phenomenal opportunities that I would never

  • For most of us, the environment we grow up in has a profound impact on the way we live our lives, and today’s guest is no exception. Raised around a 60-year strong family business, Ash Davies was exposed to entrepreneurship and business from an early age. Within that context Ash,

  • It is not often that when we hit rock bottom we made the conscious choice to stay there. Usually, we do all we can to get back on our feet; to rebuild and to numb the pain in the process. Today’s guest Jen Hansard hit rock bottom right before deciding

  • Have you ever felt like you had to follow the path your parents had paved out for you? That following your dreams and doing something unconventional was not a viable option? I bet many of you have.

  • Growing up with an entrepreneur for a father and adopting a strong entrepreneurial mindset from a young age, Adam found himself creating businesses from the age of eleven. At age fourteen, he created a business which eventually took off and grew its customer base to 130,000 paying clients in a

  • Growing up in Malaysia with a father as an entrepreneur, Jason was exposed to entrepreneurship and what it means to create something of your own, very early on. It was because of his father’s thriving business, that he was able to come to Australia and study at the University of

  • Growing up in a family-run business, Rich was exposed to entrepreneurship and business very early on. It was having a clear vision and strong desire to one day run a business of his own, however that fuelled his obsession with entrepreneurship and ultimately, led to the creation of his now

  • Growing up with a father who was an 80’s British Pop singer and a mother, a model, Levi learnt the importance of taking risks and challenging yourself very early on. As for Dana, her father was the CEO of a big shipping company and mother, a housewife, so for her

  • What do you want to do when you grow up? This question was one that Ash always struggled to answer and, like many of us, often avoided thinking about. It was when he dropped out of university to start his first business however, that he realised that the answer to

  • With an abnormal obsession with food & drink, it was only natural for Joe to pursue a career in this industry. From his time traipsing around Europe working as a food scout of southern European foods, to the years he spent at Vita Coco convincing the UK that coconut water

  • Growing up in a small town in Michigan, Sam was surrounded by many who did what was expected of them and took the traditional path. It was travel, in particularly her trip to a Bali Coding Camp, however, that led her to defy the crowd and pursue her own path.

  • Growing up with a love for art and building things, Gemma learnt the importance of having pride in your work very early on. It was her journey of self-exploration, undertaking diverse roles across different industries, however, that led her to discover her true purpose. Today, Gemma heads up a wildly

  • Raised by nurturing entrepreneurial parents, a mother who constantly challenged the status quo and helped those in need and a father who founded a wildly successful tech company, Robert was taught to never let age define him. Now, as a 20-year-old CEO of his own venture capitalist company, Robert is

  • Growing up in the country and working for her fathers disruptive sustainable business, Meika was taught that businesses were created to change the world by doing good. However, it wasn’t until she entered the “real world” that she realised that this wasn’t always the case. It was through creating a

  • From baseball to part-time work, Logan had always been a leader of whatever team he was a part of. His ability to effectively lead and connect with others, led him to become a leader of his own company alongside his three best mates.

  • From an early age, Mackenzie had always wanted to do everything ‘before you were suppose to’; heading interstate for an internship at a major fashion magazine at age 16, heading out to nightclubs with her elder brothers at around the same age, and of course, started her own business whilst

  • As an ambitious young entrepreneur who started his first business during his second year of college, Zion had always been the one that many looked up to. It wasn’t until he began to completely burn out and become both physically and emotionally exhausted, that he realised he needed to make

  • Coming from a family strictly of doctors, it was almost predetermined that Kaeya herself would follow down this path. It wasn’t until she got a deal on the Season 5 Finale of ABC’s “Shark Tank” (US) that she began to pave her own path and start out as a young

  • With a genuine interest in positive psychology and desire to learn of his purpose and objective in life, Blake began on his own personal journey of self-exploration several years ago. After learning from Rabbi religious leaders, reading countless books on positive psychology and undertaking a detailed research paper as a

  • Growing up in the small town of Oregan, Haley knew she was destined for something bigger than what her hometown could offer. Having pursued her studies at the University of Las Vegas Navada and undertaken one of the top Hospitality and Events Management programs in the United States, Haley quickly

  • Having never grown out of his childhood obsession with magic, John has spent the past decade developing his talent and passion; pursuing magic professionally. It’s through his magic that he inspires so many to reach their own goals and pursue their own passion, living by the philosophy that “Impossible is

  • When Brittany found herself running the 70-cent toll because she couldn’t afford it, she knew she’d hit rock bottom. After staying in her so-called “dream job” for all the wrong reasons she’d become both emotionally and financially broke. It wasn’t until this exact moment that she found her inner strength

  • Growing up with surgeon parents who had little control over their everyday, Sarah was told that there were two things she could never be: a doctor or a lawyer. With this in mind, Sarah embarked on her own journey of self-discovery and self-exploration that led her to find her niche

  • On the brink of graduating from Harvard and starting a full-time role at an elite growth equity firm in New York, Alexa was on the path that she’d always envisaged for herself. It wasn’t until she began to fall in love with building something of her own, that she found

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