In this podcast episode, the second part of the series, Adapting to Forced Change, Genevieve and I talk about what a business transition looks like when forced off the tools as a business owner. We discuss the importance of accountability and how having someone who can help you get another perspective on your dilemma is crucial. Gen also shares a case study that will encourage you to push through when you go through unfortunate circumstances like accidents or illnesses.
In this week’s podcast episode, I talk with Genevieve Cassuci, Director and Co-founder of Pivotl. We discuss how essential planning is for businesses to accommodate physical and mental health conditions. She also shares why getting guidance from qualified professionals is necessary to resolve these issues, and Gen also touches on the benefits of having systems in place.
In this podcast, we learn from American entrepreneur, Tommy Mello about the formula that has turned him into a home service millionaire.
Mental health is of equal importance as physical health. We wrap off this series by talking about what mental health means to tradies and contractors.
We discuss how tradies and contractors can strengthen their mental health while dealing with the daily challenges of their trade business
As part of tradies national health month, I’m speaking with Jason Spaull about the story of his brother committing suicide a couple of years ago.
In this podcast I’m talking to CEO of Tradies National Health Month, Cris Massis about tradies General Health and Wellness.
In this podcast I’m talking to David Hall about Safety On the Job and all of the different variables and responsibilities that relate.
In this podcast, we’re speaking with an injury prevention specialist, Amanda Osborne as she teaches us about the benefits of both Pilates and physiotherapy.
In this episode we’re talking about what it means to be fit for work. Not just physically fit either. This is a really interesting podcast.