Do Life Better Podcast

Episode Archive

Episode Archive

103 episodes of Do Life Better Podcast since the first episode, which aired on October 21st, 2017.

  • 71: Why Smiling More Will Improve Your Life - Solo Round

    January 14th, 2019  |  16 mins 2 secs
    achievement, anxiety, appreciation, athlete, attitude, blessing, boss, brain, brain health, breath work, business, calmness, celebrity, challenge, change, children, dave jorna, determination, do life better, education, emotional intelligence, entrepreneurship, exercise, expert, family, fear, fitness, grateful, gratitude, greatness, grit, happiness, happy, health, healthy eating, home, hope, interview, kids, lead, leader, leadership, life, life hacks, livin, living, meditation, meeting, meetings, mental health, mental health days, mindfulness, mindset, mood, movement, nutrition, overcoming anxiety, overthinking, persistence, personal trainer, podcast, positive, positive attitude, positivity, productivity, purpose, resilience, running, school, science, self care, signature strengths, sleep, smile, social, stress, stress release, struggle days, students, success, successful, technology, values, volunteering, wellbeing, worth

    Have you ever thought about how regularly you smile? Or, the effects a big, wide, cheesy grin can have on your overall health, lifespan and levels of success? It turns out, that a simple smile may be far more powerful than you ever thought. During this solo round, I’ll share with you the incredible impact a simple smile can have over your relationships, success, attractiveness and overall wellbeing. I’ll also dive into some strategies and habits for optimising the impact of your smile.

  • 70: You Are Enough - Feel Good Friday

    January 11th, 2019  |  4 mins 56 secs
    achievement, anxiety, appreciation, athlete, attitude, blessing, boss, brain, brain health, breath work, business, calmness, celebrity, challenge, change, children, dave jorna, determination, do life better, education, emotional intelligence, entrepreneurship, exercise, expert, family, fear, fitness, grateful, gratitude, greatness, grit, happiness, happy, health, healthy eating, home, hope, interview, kids, lead, leader, leadership, life, life hacks, livin, living, meditation, meeting, meetings, mental health, mental health days, mindfulness, mindset, mood, movement, nutrition, overcoming anxiety, overthinking, persistence, personal trainer, podcast, positive, positive attitude, positivity, productivity, purpose, resilience, running, school, science, self care, self worth, signature strengths, sleep, social, stress, stress release, struggle days, students, success, successful, technology, values, volunteering, wellbeing, worth, you are enough

    Welcome to the very first Feel Good Friday. And, thank you to everyone in the Do Life Better community who voted on the name for these short episodes in which I will help you have a strong finish to the week with some quick life hacks or words of motivation. Today's episode dives into why you are enough simply for being you and how your value is non conditional.

  • Want A More Successful Year? Use These Habits (Best Of 2018)

    January 7th, 2019  |  37 mins 32 secs
    achievement, anxiety, appreciation, athlete, attitude, australian diamonds, australian survivor, blessing, boss, brain, brain health, breath work, business, calmness, celebrity, challenge, change, children, commando steve, dan stanford, dave jorna, determination, do life better, dr rick hanson, education, emotional intelligence, entrepreneurship, everyday heroism, exercise, expert, family, fear, fitness, grateful, gratitude, greatness, grit, happiness, happy, hardwiring happiness, health, healthy eating, home, hope, interview, kids, laura geitz, lead, leader, leadership, life, life hacks, livin, living, meditation, meeting, meetings, mental health, mental health days, mindfulness, mindset, mood, movement, netball, nutrition, overcoming anxiety, overthinking, persistence, personal trainer, podcast, positive, positive attitude, positivity, productivity, purpose, queensland firebirds, resilience, resilient, running, school, science, self care, signature strengths, sleep, social, steve willis, stress, stress release, struggle days, students, success, successful, technology, values, volunteering, wellbeing, worth

    Do you have big goals and dreams for this year that will allow you to become happier, have greater confidence, and be more successful? I hope you said, “Yes!”. I know I certainly have my vision and plans for taking 2019 to the next level, but to get there I have to start with myself. After all, you can’t achieve new goals if you are still thinking and acting exactly the same as you were before. Instead, you need to focus on your strengths, continue to increase your confidence and resilience, and discover how you can make the biggest difference possible. So, to help kick start your year, and because of the huge response from the last one, I’ve created another mash up for you from some of our most popular and inspiring guests including Steve Willis, Laura Geitz, Dan Stanford and Dr Rick Hanson.

  • How To Close Your Year - Solo Round

    December 31st, 2018  |  14 mins 18 secs
    achievement, appreciation, athlete, attitude, blessing, boss, brain, brain health, business, celebrity, challenge, change, children, dave jorna, determination, do life better, education, emotional intelligence, entrepreneurship, exercise, expert, family, fear, fitness, grateful, gratitude, greatness, grit, happiness, happy, health, healthy eating, home, hope, interview, kids, lead, leader, leadership, life, life hacks, living, meditation, meeting, meetings, mental health, mindfulness, mindset, mood, movement, nutrition, persistence, personal trainer, podcast, positive, positive attitude, positivity, productivity, purpose, resilience, running, school, science, self care, sleep, social, students, success, successful, technology, values, volunteering, wellbeing, worth

    There is one thing most people neglect to do when bringing their year to a close…don’t make this same mistake. During this time of year, we are surrounded by people reflecting on the year that was - what they achieved, the moments they are grateful for, the things that went wrong, what they would have done differently, and the list goes on. Creating time to process the past 12 months is important as it allows a much needed opportunity for celebration and learning. However, the next step is crucial and most people over look it. In order to truly let go of all that happened this year and make room for new visions, dreams and goals for next year, you need to ritualise its closure. If you don’t, then you could continue to carry unnecessary baggage with you into the future preventing you from being fully present, optimistic and driven. During this solo round, I’ll share with you some strategies for bringing this year to complete close to help you launch into 2019.

  • Creating Influential And Healthy Relationships (Best of 2018)

    December 24th, 2018  |  31 mins 16 secs
    4asdkids, 5 love languages, achievement, anxiety, appreciation, athlete, attitude, blessing, boss, brain, brain health, breath work, business, calmness, celebrity, challenge, change, children, connectedness, connection, dave jorna, determination, do life better, dr gary chapman, dr john barletta, education, emotional intelligence, entrepreneurship, exercise, expert, family, fear, fitness, five love languages, grateful, gratitude, greatness, grit, happiness, happy, health, healthy eating, home, hope, interview, kids, lead, leader, leadership, life, life hacks, livin, living, mat rogers, meditation, meeting, meetings, mental health, mental health days, mindfulness, mindset, mood, movement, nutrition, overcoming anxiety, overthinking, persistence, personal trainer, podcast, positive, positive attitude, positivity, productivity, purpose, relationships, resilience, running, ryan hassan, school, science, self care, signature strengths, sleep, social, stress, stress release, struggle days, students, success, successful, technology, the centre for healing, values, volunteering, wellbeing, worth

    When your relationships are strong and healthy, you are also stronger and healthier. This is one area of my life I am constantly working on. We tend to spend so much time giving our attention and energy to everything else because we are too busy, stressed, overwhelmed or distracted, that our relationships with friends and family are often overlooked. However, it is in these times that we need our relationships and sense of connectedness even more. With Christmas and New Years upon us, it is even more important that we invest in our connectedness given the spike in people struggling with mental health during this time of year. For this mash up episode, we will focus on the habits I learned and the inspiration I gained from some of most popular guests such as Dr John Barletta, Mat Rogers, Dr Gary Chapman and Ryan Hassan.

  • My Strategies For Overcoming The Struggle Days - solo round

    December 17th, 2018  |  17 mins 29 secs
    achievement, anxiety, appreciation, athlete, attitude, blessing, boss, brain, brain health, breath work, business, calmness, celebrity, challenge, change, children, dave jorna, determination, do life better, education, emotional intelligence, entrepreneurship, exercise, expert, family, fear, fitness, grateful, gratitude, greatness, grit, happiness, happy, health, healthy eating, home, hope, interview, kids, lead, leader, leadership, life, life hacks, livin, living, meditation, meeting, meetings, mental health, mental health days, mindfulness, mindset, mood, movement, nutrition, overcoming anxiety, overthinking, persistence, personal trainer, podcast, positive, positive attitude, positivity, productivity, purpose, resilience, running, sam webb, school, science, self care, signature strengths, sleep, social, stress, stress release, struggle days, students, success, successful, technology, values, volunteering, wellbeing, worth

    Have you ever had one of those days when you just weren’t feeling yourself and everything seemed like more of a struggle? Maybe you were impatient, more anxious, tired, unmotivated, negative and spent too much time overthinking everything. I know I’ve been there. In fact, most of us have these days, and you’re allowed to have them. To be honest, there’s been a few things happening lately that’s contributed to me having more of these moments than usual. Since you’ve probably had these times as well, or know someone who does, I thought I’d use today’s solo round to share the key strategies I rely on because I know they will help you too. After all, you can’t always choose what happens, but you can choose what you do next.

  • The 7 Essential Practices For Becoming Unhindered with Jaemin Frazer

    December 10th, 2018  |  47 mins 38 secs
    achievement, appreciation, athlete, attitude, blessing, boss, brain, brain health, business, celebrity, challenge, change, children, dave jorna, determination, do life better, education, emotional intelligence, entrepreneurship, exercise, expert, family, fear, fitness, grateful, gratitude, greatness, grit, happiness, happy, health, healthy eating, home, hope, insecurity, insecurity project, interview, jaemin frazer, kids, lead, leader, leadership, life, life hacks, living, meditation, meeting, meetings, mental health, mindfulness, mindset, mood, movement, nutrition, oneminutecoach, persistence, personal trainer, podcast, positive, positive attitude, positivity, productivity, purpose, resilience, running, school, science, self care, self esteem, self worth, sleep, social, students

    You may recall a recent episode when Jaemin Frazer from the insecurity project interviewed me about my own personal insecurities and my methods for pushing through and overcoming them. Well, today, we have Jaemin Frazer, who is a leading voice globally in dealing with personal insecurity, on our podcast and he’ll take a deep dive into where these feelings of not being good enough come from and how to overcome them. He'll also share with you the 7 essential practices for becoming unhindered from insecurity. So, if you have ever felt that there is something holding you back from becoming your truest, most confident self, than this one is for you.

  • Your Brain Has A Delete Button (Here's How To Use It) - Solo Round

    December 3rd, 2018  |  16 mins 36 secs
    achievement, anxiety, appreciation, athlete, attitude, blessing, boss, brain, brain health, brain’s delete button, breath work, business, calmness, celebrity, challenge, change, children, dave jorna, determination, do life better, education, emotional intelligence, entrepreneurship, exercise, expert, family, fear, fitness, grateful, gratitude, greatness, grit, happiness, happy, health, healthy eating, home, hope, interview, kids, lead, leader, leadership, life, life hacks, livin, living, meditation, meeting, meetings, mental health, mindfulness, mindset, mood, movement, nutrition, overcoming anxiety, persistence, personal trainer, podcast, positive, positive attitude, positivity, productivity, purpose, resilience, running, school, science, self care, signature strengths, sleep, social, stress, stress release, students, success, successful, technology, values, volunteering, wellbeing, worth

    Wouldn’t it be nice if you could remove old, unhelpful information from your brain? Well, you can because your brain has it’s very own delete button. For example, have you ever had that feeling after a big day that your brain is full and you can’t handle any more information. Well, that’s probably because your brain is actually full. And, using your delete button will help you retain and strengthen the important information while cleaning out what ever is unhelpful. The big question then is, how do you make sure your brain declutters itself thoroughly and properly. After all, you want to make sure it gets rid of the information you don’t need while keeping and strengthening every thing that is still important. In this solo round, I’ll share with you the two simple things you can do to effectively use your delete button.

  • ‪My Habits For Overcoming Self Doubt And Insecurity (on the Insecurity Project)‬

    November 26th, 2018  |  45 mins 8 secs
    achievement, anxiety, appreciation, athlete, attitude, blessing, boss, brain, brain health, breath work, business, calmness, celebrity, challenge, change, children, dave jorna, determination, do life better, education, emotional intelligence, entrepreneurship, exercise, expert, family, fear, fitness, grateful, gratitude, greatness, grit, happiness, happy, health, healthy eating, home, hope, insecurity project, interview, kids, lead, leader, leadership, life, life hacks, living, meditation, meeting, meetings, mental health, mindfulness, mindset, mood, movement, nutrition, overcoming anxiety, persistence, personal trainer, podcast, positive, positive attitude, positivity, productivity, purpose, resilience, running, school, science, self care, signature strengths, sleep, social, stress, stress release, students, success, successful, technology, values, volunteering, wellbeing, worth

    ‪Have you ever thought that you weren’t good enough or that you were inferior in some way? I know I have, and I still sometimes feel this way. ‬‪I was recently interviewed by Jaemin Frazer on the Insecurity Project podcast and we dive into my own story, some of my insecurities and my strategies to overcome and push through them. I opened up during our chat more than I usually would on the Do Life Better podcast, so I thought I would share the chat with Jaemin as this week’s episode.

  • Boost Your Happiness By Discovering And Optimising Your Strengths - Solo Round

    November 19th, 2018  |  17 mins 18 secs
    achievement, anxiety, appreciation, athlete, attitude, blessing, boss, brain, brain health, breath work, business, calmness, celebrity, challenge, change, children, dave jorna, determination, do life better, education, emotional intelligence, entrepreneurship, exercise, expert, family, fear, fitness, grateful, gratitude, greatness, grit, happiness, happy, health, healthy eating, home, hope, interview, kids, lead, leader, leadership, life, life hacks, living, meditation, meeting, meetings, mental health, mindfulness, mindset, mood, movement, nutrition, overcoming anxiety, persistence, personal trainer, podcast, positive, positive attitude, positivity, productivity, purpose, resilience, running, school, science, self care, signature strengths, sleep, social, stress, stress release, students, success, successful, technology, values, via character strengths, volunteering, wellbeing, worth

    Are you looking to find more meaning in your life, or are you trying to discover your purpose? Do you want a boost in happiness, or need that extra drive and positivity to help you reach your goal? Research based on using one’s strengths has repeatedly found it provides a boost to happiness and a reduction in depression, lasting for up to 6 months! That’s right, even if you just do it for a week that lasting impact can stay with you for up to 6 months enhancing many areas of your life. During this solo round I share with you the importance of using your signature strengths and how to integrate them in your everyday life to help come more fully alive.

  • Mat Rogers: Going Beyond What You Think Is Possible

    November 12th, 2018  |  1 hr 2 mins
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    Sometimes you have a conversation with someone who reminds you of what’s important in life, of the huge impact you can create, and that you can achieve more than what you believed was possible. My chat with sporting superstar and Australian Survivor competitor, Mat Rogers, was one of those conversations for me. So, if you are setting out to achieve a big goal, or have a challenge in front of you, or are wanting to go beyond what you thought was possible, then this episode is for you. Mat shares about his experiences being a dual Australian representative, being on Australian Survivor, raising a child with ASD and the incredibly inspiring work he and his wife, Chloe Maxwell, are doing through their charities. This chat was incredibly inspiring for me, and I know it will be for you too.

  • Making It Happen - Solo Round

    November 5th, 2018  |  11 mins 2 secs
    achievement, anxiety, appreciation, athlete, attitude, blessing, boss, brain, brain health, breath work, business, calmness, celebrity, challenge, change, children, dave jorna, determination, do life better, education, emotional intelligence, entrepreneurship, exercise, expert, family, fear, fitness, grateful, gratitude, greatness, grit, happiness, happy, health, healthy eating, home, hope, interview, kids, lead, leader, leadership, life, life hacks, living, meditation, meeting, meetings, mental health, mindfulness, mindset, mood, movement, nutrition, overcoming anxiety, persistence, personal trainer, podcast, positive, positive attitude, positivity, productivity, purpose, resilience, running, school, science, self care, sleep, social, stress, stress release, students, success, successful, technology, values, volunteering, wellbeing, worth

    A dream will only ever be a dream unless you take the first step. And, sometimes you need to take that first step without having the whole path mapped out before you. During this solo round, I share with you about the power and importance of making a start.

  • Becoming An Influential And Productive Leader with Steve Scott

    October 29th, 2018  |  51 mins 34 secs
    15 disciplines of leaders, achievement, anxiety, appreciation, athlete, attitude, blessing, boss, brain, brain health, breath work, business, calmness, celebrity, challenge, change, children, dave jorna, david jorna, determination, do life better, education, emotional intelligence, entrepreneurship, exercise, expert, family, fear, fitness, grateful, gratitude, greatness, grit, happiness, happy, health, healthy eating, home, hope, interview, kids, lead, leader, leadership, leadership training, life, life hacks, living, meditation, meeting, meetings, mental health, mindfulness, mindset, mood, movement, nutrition, overcoming anxiety, persistence, personal trainer, podcast, positive, positive attitude, positivity, productive leaders, productivity, project hatch, purpose, resilience, running, school, science, self care, sleep, social, stephen scott, steve scott, stress, stress release, students, success, successful, technology, values, volunteering, wellbeing, worth

    Do you want to become a better leader, get that promotion or leadership role, be more productive or have a greater, more positive and lasting influence on those around you, well then this is the episode for you. We’ve spoken about the importance of having mentors, and of surrounding yourself with 5 people who build you, lift you, and help you grow … well today’s guest, Steve Scott, is one of my mentors and one of my 5. During this chat, Steve shares about his experiences in the Royal Australian Air Force and the 15 disciplines of leadership.

  • Master Your Breathing To Optimise Your Mind And Wellbeing - Solo Round

    October 22nd, 2018  |  13 mins 50 secs
    achievement, anxiety, appreciation, athlete, attitude, blessing, boss, brain, brain health, breath work, business, calmness, celebrity, challenge, change, children, dave jorna, determination, do life better, education, emotional intelligence, entrepreneurship, exercise, expert, family, fear, fitness, grateful, gratitude, greatness, grit, happiness, happy, health, healthy eating, home, hope, interview, kids, lead, leader, leadership, life, life hacks, living, meditation, meeting, meetings, mental health, mindfulness, mindset, mood, movement, nutrition, overcoming anxiety, persistence, personal trainer, podcast, positive, positive attitude, positivity, productivity, purpose, resilience, running, school, science, self care, sleep, social, stress, stress release, students, success, successful, technology, values, volunteering, wellbeing, worth

    How is your breathing going today? Have you taken a moment or two to notice or to control it? That age old saying of “take a deep breath”, now has scientific research to back up it up it's claimed benefits. New researching using recordings made directly from within the brain of people undergoing neurosurgery have shown that breathing can in fact change the brain. In other words, changing the way you breath, such as breathing slower and paying closer attention to your breath, engages different parts of the brain. In doing so, it can change the state of your brain and physiology to help you do your life even better.

  • Laura Geitz: Self-esteem, Leadership and Chasing A Dream

    October 15th, 2018  |  55 mins 41 secs
    achievement, appreciation, athlete, attitude, australian diamonds, blessing, boss, brain, brain health, business, captain, celebrity, challenge, change, children, dave jorna, determination, do life better, education, emotional intelligence, entrepreneurship, exercise, expert, family, fear, fitness, gold medal, grand final, grateful, gratitude, greatness, grit, happiness, happy, health, healthy eating, home, hope, interview, kids, laura geitz, lead, leader, leadership, life, life hacks, living, meditation, meeting, meetings, mental health, mindfulness, mindset, mood, movement, netball, nutrition, persistence, personal trainer, podcast, positive, positive attitude, positivity, productivity, purpose, queensland firebirds, resilience, running, school, science, self care, sleep, social, students, success, successful, technology, values, volunteering, wellbeing, worth

    If you have a dream that you are chasing, or have been thrown into a position before you felt you were ready, or know what it’s like to be bullied and feel shy and want to grow in self esteem and self confidence, then this one is for you. I recently sat down with Laura Geitz who is considered as one of netball’s greatest defenders, led the Australian Diamonds to Gold Medal victories at the Commonwealth Games in 2014 and at the world cup in 2015. She also captained the Queensland Firebirds to their back to back ANZ Championship grand final wins in 2015 and 2016. During our chat, Laura shares about the importance of having the right people in your life, how netball and sport helped her grow in self-esteem and confidence, her journey as captain for the Firebirds and then the Australian Diamonds, the inspiration she gains from now running netball clinics through Fuel2Fly and much much more.

  • How To Stop Comparing Yourself With Others - Solo Round

    October 8th, 2018  |  15 mins 48 secs
    achievement, appreciation, athlete, attitude, blessing, boss, brain, brain health, business, celebrity, challenge, change, children, dave jorna, determination, do life better, education, emotional intelligence, entrepreneurship, exercise, expert, family, fear, fitness, grateful, gratitude, greatness, grit, happiness, happy, health, healthy eating, home, hope, interview, kids, lead, leader, leadership, life, life hacks, living, meditation, meeting, meetings, mental health, mindfulness, mindset, mood, movement, nutrition, persistence, personal trainer, podcast, positive, positive attitude, positivity, productivity, purpose, resilience, running, school, science, self care, sleep, social, students, success, successful, technology, values, volunteering, wellbeing, worth

    Do you ever find that you’re comparing yourself to other people? Do you see how well they are doing and you start to question your own success? Comparisons are always unfair and we have nothing to gain from them. They are so detrimental to our health, wellbeing, happiness and confidence. When we compare other people’s highlights with our very worst moments, there will only be negative consequences. In this solo round, I'll share with you the strategies and habits you can use to stop comparing yourself with others and start building your self confidence.