Hosted by Amber Daines, The Politics of Everything launched in May 2017 as a weekly podcast series asking newsworthy experts and leaders the tricky questions about the politics of everything that matters to mankind in the 21st century.
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The world of small business has long been described as the "engine room of the Australian economy." My guest today Dale Beaumont knows all about creating small business success stories. Dale Beaumont is an award-winning technology entrepreneur, international speaker and author of 16 best-selling books.
Dale started his first business at age 19 and has been building companies ever since. With a passion to give back, Dale's goal is to help more than one million entrepreneurs around the world with BRiN, the world's first business advisor powered by artificial intelligence. He is with us today to share his knowledge about The Politics of Small Business.
By the end of this episode, you will come to understand:
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For many of us the idea that one day we will have our own family is seen as a rite of passage. We also assume that in 2017 the wonders of technology, modern medicine and our own knowledge about health and wellbeing means women can fall pregnant and have babies later in life, in our 30s and even 40s.
While we know that this is not 100% true the world of IVF and other fertility treatments have become a booming industry. I am speaking with Tasha Jennings about The Politics of Fertility. Tasha leads a practice called that provides expert information, specifically focused on fertility, conception and the precious initial stages of pregnancy.
In this episode you shall learn:
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Serial 'tech-preneur' Carrie Kwan has spent a decade in the world of creating online businesses. Her first start up was a pioneering lifestyle site called Daily Addict that began nine years ago, and in August 2016 she launched her second online business called Mums & Co.
Her latest venture aims to inspire women to realise success by creating what she hopes will be Australia's most connected and empowered community of mums running a business. Carrie is a mum of two kids herself, and knows from experience what other working mums heading up their own businesses need most. Here she is to share her ideas on 'The Politics of Online Business'.
In this podcast, Carrie will share:
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