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A raw and authentic discussion about what it's like to be a founder. A talk about the ups, the downs and why the temptation to take a 9:00 to 5:00 is over ruled.

Latest Episodes

ep10: Nook

Will and Scott the dynamic young guys behind Nook are doing for open plan offices what Koala mattress did for bedrooms across the country. These guys are counteracting the common pitfalls of the open plan office by providing affordable and environmentally sustainable soundproof booth solutions. The boys have impressive backgounds in Law and Consulting but have decided to risk losing potential stable income to persue their ambitions; or as they say “adventures” around the space of making it more enjoyable for Aussies go to work. With a plan in mind Will and Scott set out to venture into business in manufacturing and are learning and perfecting as they go. Listen as they speak about doing business in China and working through the supply chain and manufacturing complications to create the final product. Eco friendly, sustainable, functional and modular, the boys have dreams to see Nook in offices Globally as office providers worldwide seek to provide employees with space to think out loud or get away in noisy times.

22 minJAN 23
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ep10: Nook

ep9: Christophe Barriere-Varju

Four time Dakar Rally competitor Christophe Barriere Varju, creator of Dream Racer, and the man behind PS Branding shares his story about refusing to succumb to peer pressure to lead what is perceived to be a "normal" 9:00-5:00pm life. Christophe speaks about living out the aspirations from early childhood dreams to have no regrets in grown up life. Although the Dakar rally is incredibly challenging, and has a psychological aftermath, Christophe describes Dakar as, "An event that makes you go through 4 to 5 lifetime experiences each day". He uses that as an analogy in real life and lives by it.

34 minJAN 14
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ep9: Christophe Barriere-Varju

ep8: Preeti Bajaj

Preeti Bajaj is truly one of a kind. An inspiring role model for women and an equally as powerful business leader, Clipsal Solar’s CEO is someone everyone can take a lesson from. A strong woman that leads with absolute integrity, determination and love for her team behind her; Preeti Bajaj is championing the industry with her unconventional approach, future-mindset, and strapping business experience. In this episode of the The Founders, Preeti recounts her time pitching to the tech giants of California and offers us some tips to nailing your next pitch (hint: think big). Preeti and host, James Kerley, talk optimisation but of a different kind – about that team of experts you have at your fingertips; and, the importance of psychology behind today’s best company’s in customer service.

18 min2019 NOV 14
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ep8: Preeti Bajaj

ep7: Gary Latham

This week we get a little dark on "The Founders" with a guest who's got a killer funeral playlist lined up for his D day and who knows how to pitch to investors in a t-shirt and thongs. Gary Latham, co-founder of the multi-award winning hair salon, Wild Life Hair, talks about the fundamentals of running such a salon while showing us that there's a lot to learn from hairdressers when searching for longevity in your business and keeping customers coming back. Gary and Jayne, the husband-wife duo that run the local salon in Milsons Point, have let their hardships style them into great motivators for the whole community. This episode is a gentle journey into the heart and mind of a man diagnosed with Parkinson's that swears by the mantra, "there is always someone worse off than you."

29 min2019 JUL 4
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ep7: Gary Latham

ep6: Alan Riva

Alan Riva from 'The Round Table' joins us this month on The Founders! Alan is an author and a marketer that's helped some of the biggest brands in the world. He's also one of the coolest and calmest cats we've met. Alan has soul searched his way through the Himalayas and built an eco resort by hand! If you want more peace, happiness and productivity, you are going to love June's episode of The Founders.

34 min2019 JUN 16
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ep6: Alan Riva

ep5: Kristy Bannister

If you are a member at Work inc or appreciate the best donuts in Australia, chances are you know Kristy Bannister. With years of experience with the world’s largest franchise she has a service mindset like few we’ve seen and dives deep into her world this week. Kristy talks about being led by and focusing on meeting customers needs. She founded Dr Dough Doughnuts, she’s the operations manager of Work inc Australia and is as humble as she is intelligent and successful.

16 min2019 APR 14
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ep5: Kristy Bannister

ep4: Tim Leatherman

This mini-episode of The Founders is an absolute fire up for anyone who is thinking of or who has ever thought of giving up- The king of tenacity… The multi tool magnate…inventor of the “Leatherman”, Tim Leatherman! He is humble, he is loyal and he is incredibly successful (and busy) but he popped into Work inc to check out the space and jumped on the mic in the podcast studio to share his story of how he went from a lofty inventor to a global king pin in the multi-tool industry making him a house-hold name. The Leatherman is synonymous with offering all the tools you need to solve any problem and a look under the hood of Tim Leatherman will help you with whatever you are facing right now.

3 min2019 MAR 31
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ep4: Tim Leatherman

ep3: Paulina Larocca

Paulina Larocca joins us this week on The Founders! She works around the world helping companies big and small even a major TV network find ways to be more creative and fulfilled. She has a Masters of Science in Creativity but more importantly decades of helping companies and humans think outside the box She’s a Work Inc member and someone we are very excited to interview and share some immediate tools to be more creative in whatever field you currently work.

24 min2019 MAR 11
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ep3: Paulina Larocca

ep2: Stephanie Campanella

Stephanie Campanella was not a school kinda girl. Used to getting D’s and E’s, she never quite ‘got’ school and says “I STILL can’t count”. After studying Graphic Design she scored a 9:00-5:00 working in web design. In April 2011 at 2pm she was retrenched from her full-time job. Steph couldn’t even go home as the bus service didn’t start till 4pm so she sat alone in St Leonards and pondered her future. While pondering she realised she was a badass and was never going to work for someone else ever again. She made a pact then and there to forge her own destiny. Now she works for herself and helps others to do the same successfully. When she’s not mentoring creatives you'll see her around Work inc sporting her Lorna Jane active-wear.

18 min2019 FEB 8
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ep2: Stephanie Campanella

ep1: Mark Davidson

Meet Mark Davidson, the man who started Work inc, the most unique coworking office space in Sydney. Learn the nitty-gritty on how to stay true to your business dreams. Listen to Mark on surviving three Dakar rallies, telling your wife you lost $8 million dollars today and turning a shipping container of cocaine into a legal multi-million dollar business.

26 min2018 DEC 5
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ep1: Mark Davidson
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Latest Episodes

ep10: Nook

Will and Scott the dynamic young guys behind Nook are doing for open plan offices what Koala mattress did for bedrooms across the country. These guys are counteracting the common pitfalls of the open plan office by providing affordable and environmentally sustainable soundproof booth solutions. The boys have impressive backgounds in Law and Consulting but have decided to risk losing potential stable income to persue their ambitions; or as they say “adventures” around the space of making it more enjoyable for Aussies go to work. With a plan in mind Will and Scott set out to venture into business in manufacturing and are learning and perfecting as they go. Listen as they speak about doing business in China and working through the supply chain and manufacturing complications to create the final product. Eco friendly, sustainable, functional and modular, the boys have dreams to see Nook in offices Globally as office providers worldwide seek to provide employees with space to think out loud or get away in noisy times.

22 minJAN 23
Comments
ep10: Nook

ep9: Christophe Barriere-Varju

Four time Dakar Rally competitor Christophe Barriere Varju, creator of Dream Racer, and the man behind PS Branding shares his story about refusing to succumb to peer pressure to lead what is perceived to be a "normal" 9:00-5:00pm life. Christophe speaks about living out the aspirations from early childhood dreams to have no regrets in grown up life. Although the Dakar rally is incredibly challenging, and has a psychological aftermath, Christophe describes Dakar as, "An event that makes you go through 4 to 5 lifetime experiences each day". He uses that as an analogy in real life and lives by it.

34 minJAN 14
Comments
ep9: Christophe Barriere-Varju

ep8: Preeti Bajaj

Preeti Bajaj is truly one of a kind. An inspiring role model for women and an equally as powerful business leader, Clipsal Solar’s CEO is someone everyone can take a lesson from. A strong woman that leads with absolute integrity, determination and love for her team behind her; Preeti Bajaj is championing the industry with her unconventional approach, future-mindset, and strapping business experience. In this episode of the The Founders, Preeti recounts her time pitching to the tech giants of California and offers us some tips to nailing your next pitch (hint: think big). Preeti and host, James Kerley, talk optimisation but of a different kind – about that team of experts you have at your fingertips; and, the importance of psychology behind today’s best company’s in customer service.

18 min2019 NOV 14
Comments
ep8: Preeti Bajaj

ep7: Gary Latham

This week we get a little dark on "The Founders" with a guest who's got a killer funeral playlist lined up for his D day and who knows how to pitch to investors in a t-shirt and thongs. Gary Latham, co-founder of the multi-award winning hair salon, Wild Life Hair, talks about the fundamentals of running such a salon while showing us that there's a lot to learn from hairdressers when searching for longevity in your business and keeping customers coming back. Gary and Jayne, the husband-wife duo that run the local salon in Milsons Point, have let their hardships style them into great motivators for the whole community. This episode is a gentle journey into the heart and mind of a man diagnosed with Parkinson's that swears by the mantra, "there is always someone worse off than you."

29 min2019 JUL 4
Comments
ep7: Gary Latham

ep6: Alan Riva

Alan Riva from 'The Round Table' joins us this month on The Founders! Alan is an author and a marketer that's helped some of the biggest brands in the world. He's also one of the coolest and calmest cats we've met. Alan has soul searched his way through the Himalayas and built an eco resort by hand! If you want more peace, happiness and productivity, you are going to love June's episode of The Founders.

34 min2019 JUN 16
Comments
ep6: Alan Riva

ep5: Kristy Bannister

If you are a member at Work inc or appreciate the best donuts in Australia, chances are you know Kristy Bannister. With years of experience with the world’s largest franchise she has a service mindset like few we’ve seen and dives deep into her world this week. Kristy talks about being led by and focusing on meeting customers needs. She founded Dr Dough Doughnuts, she’s the operations manager of Work inc Australia and is as humble as she is intelligent and successful.

16 min2019 APR 14
Comments
ep5: Kristy Bannister

ep4: Tim Leatherman

This mini-episode of The Founders is an absolute fire up for anyone who is thinking of or who has ever thought of giving up- The king of tenacity… The multi tool magnate…inventor of the “Leatherman”, Tim Leatherman! He is humble, he is loyal and he is incredibly successful (and busy) but he popped into Work inc to check out the space and jumped on the mic in the podcast studio to share his story of how he went from a lofty inventor to a global king pin in the multi-tool industry making him a house-hold name. The Leatherman is synonymous with offering all the tools you need to solve any problem and a look under the hood of Tim Leatherman will help you with whatever you are facing right now.

3 min2019 MAR 31
Comments
ep4: Tim Leatherman

ep3: Paulina Larocca

Paulina Larocca joins us this week on The Founders! She works around the world helping companies big and small even a major TV network find ways to be more creative and fulfilled. She has a Masters of Science in Creativity but more importantly decades of helping companies and humans think outside the box She’s a Work Inc member and someone we are very excited to interview and share some immediate tools to be more creative in whatever field you currently work.

24 min2019 MAR 11
Comments
ep3: Paulina Larocca

ep2: Stephanie Campanella

Stephanie Campanella was not a school kinda girl. Used to getting D’s and E’s, she never quite ‘got’ school and says “I STILL can’t count”. After studying Graphic Design she scored a 9:00-5:00 working in web design. In April 2011 at 2pm she was retrenched from her full-time job. Steph couldn’t even go home as the bus service didn’t start till 4pm so she sat alone in St Leonards and pondered her future. While pondering she realised she was a badass and was never going to work for someone else ever again. She made a pact then and there to forge her own destiny. Now she works for herself and helps others to do the same successfully. When she’s not mentoring creatives you'll see her around Work inc sporting her Lorna Jane active-wear.

18 min2019 FEB 8
Comments
ep2: Stephanie Campanella

ep1: Mark Davidson

Meet Mark Davidson, the man who started Work inc, the most unique coworking office space in Sydney. Learn the nitty-gritty on how to stay true to your business dreams. Listen to Mark on surviving three Dakar rallies, telling your wife you lost $8 million dollars today and turning a shipping container of cocaine into a legal multi-million dollar business.

26 min2018 DEC 5
Comments
ep1: Mark Davidson
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