Month: February 2020

EP56: Penny Locaso

For episode 56 of Offline, host Alison Rice sits down with Happiness Hacker and founder of BKindred, Penny Locaso. The pair met as speakers on Pink Hope’s Women Who Lead panel in 2019, and quickly bonded over their shared mission to help people connect with what really matters.

The advice Penny generously shares in this episode will help you face your fears and step into your future. She’s been voted one of the most influential female entrepreneurs in Australia and is currently writing her first book. But before that, she was working as a senior executive with a salary into the hundreds of thousands and like so many women before her, put her career before her own happiness.

Penny seemingly had it all. The corporate role and salary, the house, the cars and the holidays. And then one day, she got up and walked away from it all. 

Why? Because she realised she wasn’t Being, she was just doing. So instead, she chose happiness. Both for herself, and hopefully by 2025, 10 million other people.

BKindred is the world’s first educational program and measurement tool designed to humanise the future through the amplification of the Intentional Adaptability Quotient. Think of it as the new EQ. She’s on a mission to teach 10 million humans how to intentionally adapt, in order to future-proof happiness.

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EP55: Krista Williams and Lindsey Simcik

For episode 55 of Offline, host Alison Rice sits down with the co-founders of Almost 30, Krista Williams and Lindsey Simcik. 

Almost 30 is one of the world’s most top-rated lifestyle podcasts for women. Krista and Lindsey started Almost 30 in a wardrobe with a voice recorder in 2016 and today, tour the world to connect with the community, #Almost30Nation. They also educate on the business of podcasting through the incredible Your Podcast Pro.

In this honest conversation, Krista and Lindsey open up across a range of topics related to starting and scaling a digital business, including the more nuanced aspects of growth like how they think about their influence in times of crisis, creating in service to their business vs. creating for personal gain, the things they consider when sharing their unique worldviews, vulnerability hangovers and how they create authentically in a world that almost demands us to be strategic. 

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EP54: Benedicte Bemet

For episode 54 of Offline, host Alison Rice sits down with one of The Australian Ballet’s principal female dancers, Benedicte Bemet

The 25 year-old was born in Mackay, started ballet at the age of three and was accepted into The Australian Ballet School at 14 years-old. She represented the School in New York and Canada, before being asked to join The Australian Ballet, the company, in 2012. In the seven years since, Benedicte has progressed to coryphee, soloist, senior artist and now, principal.

This episode is for anyone who gets butterflies about ballet. It honours the physical and emotional labour of the artistic pursuit and the harmony that can come from living as an expression of your unique energy. 

When Benedicte dances, she offers us a window to feel into our own emotional landscapes. Watching the music course through her body, the dust swept up in each moment by her feet, and seeing flashes of her soul through her eyes — she is both an expression of and conduit to, feeling

In this honest conversation, Alison asks Benedicte what it takes to dedicate your life to being one of the best at something, what happens when injury nearly takes it away, her relationship with her body and her weight, dance as an expression of her soul and the finer details of a life lived in pointe shoes.

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EP53: Dylan Smith

[The Teachers]

For episode 53 of Offline, host Alison Rice sits down with Dylan Smith, an Ayurvedic practitioner, holistic health educator and the founder of Vital Veda. In addition to his Australian certification, Dylan trains under a family of internationally renowned Ayurvedic doctors in India. 

Ayurveda is a sanskrit word that translates to “the science of life”. It is a system of holistic medicine and encompasses the entire universe — nature, the body, the mind and the spirit. It uses a variety of preventative actions and treatments to bring the body and mind back to its true, natural alignment. 

In Dylan’s own words: To live in peace with minimal to no suffering and radiate love.

In a time when many of us are feeling anxious, overwhelmed and existential, the ancient wisdom of Ayurveda seems to be a gentle and supportive antidote. Dylan’s knowledge is pure, rare and at times polarising because it challenges our modern lifestyle choices and our programmed preferences. 

As always, Alison’s intention is to help empower you with knowledge so you can formulate your own opinions. 

In this honest conversation, Alison and Dylan discuss various topics related to our health. From basic Ayurvedic principles and lifestyle practices, to how to honour our cycle and the days we bleed, the dangers of over-exposure to electromagnetic fields, what Dylan describes as the lighting crisis, the importance of sleep and the emerging industry of building biology.

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