Wednesday, 28th September 2016

Sarah Riegelhuth is the author of Get Rich Slow, and co-founder of award-winning Gen Y financial advisory firm, Wealth Enhancers and the highly successful League of Extraordinary Women, an organisation supporting the development of young female entrepreneurs nationally. She is passionately committed to helping women realise their potential, both financially and in all aspects of their lives.
Sarah is very humble and down-to-earth. While some people in her position may seem unapproachable, you won’t find that type of attitude here. She’s a sheer delight!

Her ‘Life Changing Moment’ occurred when her father passed away suddenly. Sarah and her dad were really close and spoke every day. They worked in the same office, bounced business ideas off one another and their lives were daily intertwined. Her dad was a mentor, friend and loving father, so the impact was quite significant.

Wednesday, 21st September 2016

Meet Author. Speaker. Relationship Expert Jenna McCarthy. Jenna has authored more than a dozen funny books for kids and adults, as well as being a popular keynote speaker at events across the United States. In fact her TED talk was what became a key life changing moment.

I had the pleasure of first connecting and interviewing Jenna 2012, and later wrote a review for her book, which said: She's witty, intelligent and downright funny without trying. Today, I can say…this still stands!

Listen to our very humourous conversation as we discuss writing, children, and her TED talk.

Wednesday, 14th September 2016

In a round of interviews for her first job in economic media she was given ten minutes to prepare a ten minute presentation. She was petrified. She didn't have any qualifications for the job and everyone else in the room seemed so much smarter and better equipped. She spent five of those ten minutes in the bathroom with her handbag in her hands deliberating whether to pull out and go home. But she chose to stay and it changed her life.

Out of hundreds that applied for the job and a gruelling round of interviews in two capital European cities she was one of four people to get the job, and the only woman.

Meet Diva Diaz, Access Consciousness® facilitator and international speaker, Diva has worked for Forbes, The Economist, Le Monde, The Washington Post, and later business intelligence.

Monday, 12th September 2016

Raz Chan is an award winning author, coach, martial arts champion and expert on maximising human potential. Raz is on a mission to help foster human excellence in youth around the world so that they can realise their dreams.

His life lessons in determination, will power, and resilience began in 1979 at the age of 10 when his father lost the family savings to bankruptcy. Money was scarce for many years and sacrificing a normal childhood was expected for the greater good of the family. Raz spent the majority of his childhood working 14 hour days alongside his father, mother and siblings to help make a living. Home life was turbulent and he was bullied at school.

Listen to Raz and I have a chat about his Life Changing Moment: Overcoming the adversity of family bankruptcy and school bullying.

Wednesday, 7th September 2016

Franziska Iseli is the co founder of BasicBananas. Basic Bananas is a unique marketing training organisation that doesn’t play by the rules of convention.She’s a highly sought after entrepreneur for pushing the boundaries and doing things differently in the business world.

A beautiful conversation about overcoming our challenges and realising that all pain is temporary.

Franziska and I have a chat about her Life Changing Moment: SUDDENLY LOSING HER FATHER + THE LIFE CHANGING QUESTION.

Wednesday, 31st August 2016

Sarah Lajeunesse is a lifestyle and wellness coach, based in Canada. She’s committed to helping overwhelmed and overworked women create a life full of vibrancy, power, passion and purpose.

Before her blossoming coaching career, she worked in sports management which was a dream of hers. She found herself always waiting for the “next big thing” to make her fulfilled. It was only when she suffered from anxiety attacks for 6-8 months before a severe anxiety attack, forced her to reevaluate her life.

Wednesday, 24th August 2016

Daniel Burgess is the founder of The Phoenix Experience and a master practitioner of coaching. Daniel’s life changing moment happened when he was 20 years old. He was a passenger in a single vehicle accident where the driver fell asleep.He was trapped hanging upside down in the car for 2 1/2 hrs. He sustained life-threatening injuries. His back and arm were broken and his neck vertebrae shattered. Daniel's calf muscle suffered 3rd-degree burns, and his foot had been crushed; as you can imagine, he was in a severe condition and he (nearly died).


Wednesday, 10th August 2016

Julie Stevanja who cofounded and launched Stylerunner as the first women’s pureplay activewear aggregator globally. With a cult social media following of over half a million fans, Stylerunner offers a top tier offering from more than 70 curated sportswear brands including iconic major labels Nike, adidas, Reebok, and Puma.

The Moment HQ talks to Julie about her Life Changing Moment: THE JOURNEY TO BUILDING STYLERUNNER

Wednesday, 3rd August 2016

Tyler Farnham has spent the last decade doing what he loves, ocean lifeguarding and teaching surfing.

In April of 2009 Tyler suffered a near death skydiving accident breaking his legs, arm, jaw and losing 9 teeth. The following year tyler wrote and self published his book, Reaching Cloud 9. He went on to give motivational seminars throughout Florida while relearning to walk, surf, skydive and lifeguard. Now Tyler is working on his second book, Beyond Cloud 9 and hoping to one day give a TED talk. Tyler is always trying to push others to live out their dream and do what they love.


Wednesday, 3rd August 2016

Debbie Pask, founder of Rezinate is a business coach specialising in mindfulness, purpose and value. She’s also the Author of Zenful Business: 11 Models of Flow and Peak Performance at Work. In her early 20s she worked for the highly acclaimed advertising agency Saatchi and Saatchi, where she had a very successful career at a very young age. Debbie was sitting on executive level boards at 27 years old - not something you see everyday. However, this came to a screeching halt when she started to experience extreme burnout.