I had an epic chat to my friend, Nathan Chan, the man behind Foundr, which is a multi-faceted digital media business spreading the love of entrepreneurship through its podcast, magazine and training platform. And Foundr magazine is now enjoyed by thousands upon thousands of entrepreneurs located all around the planet.
I got Nathan on to dig into his life a little a little deeper after my curiosities about how this guy ticked were aroused after catching up with him at an event we both spoke at. He’s a hustler at heart, but I noticed an epic humbleness about this guy and his ability to engage people through the quality of the conversations and topics he shares, teaches and discusses over dinner.
You can connect with Nathan here:
And, don't bloody forget to just be you.
P.S Check out my online Be Unfu*kwithable program here.
It’s lovely to have you here.
This is a, “who is Amber and what the heck is unfu*kwithable”, episode. You can get to know me a little and learn a ton of valuable understandings about why we do what we do as humans. We are interesting beings with expansive souls. My goal is to just be me, and help you just be you and essentially connect to the big expansive magic deep inside of you so that you can accelerate in every area of your life and be unfu*kwithable. Some keywords to describe my teaching and interview style would be: confronting, vulnerable, challenging, curious, analytical, revering, wild, sarcastic, empowering and loving.
In this episode I talk about:
Who I am
Where I came from
What I have done to get here
What I do
How I help people
What Unfu*kwithable is
What is stopping us from reaching our potential
What holds us back from being unf*kwithable
How we can start being unfu*kwithable right now
I felt like I was just having a chat to my best friend, I hope that is what you feel like too. I am down to earth and no holds barred kind of gal. I love to connect, so hit me up with a comment of what you thought about episode number one, even to just say hello and that you listened!
Each of us are born with a desire to help another fellow being. It is engrained into our DNA. The feeling of fulfillment we experience in life is equal to a combination of the connection we have with ourselves and the amount we connect with and help others.
In the 21st century, there is saturation of entrepreneurs and concurrently entrepreneurs telling other entrepreneurs they should find their purpose and leave their day job. Well, guess what, maybe, just maybe some people suit a 9-5. In-fact, Josh and I discuss how such a small percent of people suit the so called 'entrepreneur' lifestyle.
There are a lot people in need of support throughout Australia and Josh Jone’s #JBNproject (Just Be Nice) are a team of dedicated people doing just that. They take things to the next level with an incredible philosophy about making it easy to give. Josh chats about how it's taken a whole lotta elbow grease, failures and discovering what doesn't work, a decades experience in social enterprises and a lot of a heart.
In this episode you’ll hear some of the following:
You can connect with Josh here:
Enjoy, and please leave us a comment on the post. Do you think everyone should quit their day jobs? What's your experience in profit and or non-for-profit organisations? Are you an entrepreneur and maybe just realised you prefer the 9-5?
Until next time, just be you.