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 …

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 …

How To Build Your Community and Reach the People Who Count

The way we interact and engage with people has completely changed, so building a meaningful community around your podcast can certainly have its challenges, particularly if you’re new to podcasting. On a recent episode of Should I Start a Podcast, we shared successful entrepreneur, Robert Gerrish’s inspiring speech from We Are Podcast 2015. Here are some of the the key …

How To Repurpose Your Podcast As a Promotional Tool

Whether you’re starting out, or well established in your business, the likelihood you have a spare $1 million in your back pocket for marketing and promotion is very slim. On the latest episode of Should I Start a Podcast, we shared James Tuckerman’s keynote speech from We Are Podcast.  As one of Australia’s most accomplished digital publishers, he gives us …

Navigating the Emotional Side of Business To Enter A World Of Success With Paul Smith

Working towards success and achieving emotional freedom within our professional lives is what many of us strive to achieve. On a recent episode of Bond Appetit, Ronsley chatted with the self-proclaimed ‘accidental entrepreneur’ Paul Smith, about developing a successful business whilst keying into and managing the emotional aspects that come with the territory. Here are some of the key points …

Paying it Forward: 10 Ways You Can Start Helping Others Today

On the latest episode of Should I Start a Podcast, I went on the Inspiring Business for Good podcast with Harvee Pene. The show is all about using business to help others. I decided to compile a list of ways that we, as everyday people, can start doing good and helping others. They require any crazy amount of money or …

3 Tips for Running a Successful Business with Your Partner

This week’s episode of Should I Start a Podcast features Jen Harbinger, who handles the business side of podcast veteran Jordan Harbinger. Jordan and Jen have a funny story for how they met — you’ll have to listen to the podcast for that one, but I can tell you it’s very 21st-century — but they have also learned some pretty …

The Hidden Benefits of Feedback

The latest guest on Should I Start a Podcast deals in something that most of us cringe when thinking about: how to handle negative feedback. Adrian Easdown is the host of That Bad Review, a podcast catered to the accommodation industry that teaches hotel managers, restaurant owners and everyone in between how to use feedback — especially bad reviews — …