264. The Definition of Success, the Value of a Task Force and Balancing Your Work with Graham Turner

Trailblazing a path as an entrepreneur is a hugely rewarding experience, and seeing the path others have taken, and prospered in, can give you something to look too for inspiration and motivation. Join Ronsley Vaz as he talks with some of the most forward-thinking entrepreneurs around the world, and picks their brain about doing what they love, navigating the challenges …

How to Prime the Mind for New and Better Ideas

In a world where the old business and work models just aren’t cutting it anymore, creativity is the new currency. So how do you keep the synapses firing and the ideas flowing? I recently had the pleasure of chatting with Rob Christie on the Bond Appetit podcast. Rob is founder of the shared office and co-working space company Christie Spaces, …

Why Courage is an Entrepreneurs Greatest Asset

Elise McSweeny is a creative entrepreneur and co-founder of Australia’s most successful yoga brand, Power Living Australia Yoga. She has spent most of her working life within the entrepreneurial sphere, gaining her sage-like wisdom through her continuous desire to learn, and powerful life experiences. On the latest episode of Bond Appetit, we had a candid talk about all kinds of …

263. Three Top Considerations When Starting a New Business and More Podcasting Gold with Sean D’Souza

Starting an entrepreneurial venture can be a true adventure. And like any adventure, the help of a map and a compass when starting out can really help avoid going down a lot of wrong turns. Sean D’Souza points the way. Join Ronsley Vaz as he talks with some of the most forward-thinking entrepreneurs around the world, and picks their brain …

Teen Tech Entrepreneur’s Surprisingly Simple Success Secrets

There’s a lot to be said for the wisdom of youth. This was brought home to me on recent episode of the Bond Appetit podcast. My partner in conversation was Brisbane teen tech entrepreneur Scott Millar. To put it in perspective, Scott started his hologram company, BOP Industries, when he was just a 14-year-old school student. Now at 18, he’s …