Sunny: 3 Lessons We Can All Learn from Sportsmen

18yo star of the “Aussie Chuk-gu Dream” documentary about his soccer journey, Sunny has a – dare we say it – sunny future in soccer. More a doer than a talker, Sunny’s replies are humorous, simple yet moving. See for yourself in our conversation below, but here’re the 3 lessons we’ve summed up for you: Read more about Sunny: 3 Lessons We Can All Learn from Sportsmen[...]

Paige: 2017 UN Youth Ambassador

From stepping into the role as 2017 Youth Ambassador to the United Nations to being named in Pro Bono Australia’s Impact 25, Paige is definitely an extraordinarily driven and influential young person. Not only does she work incredibly hard to give others a voice everyday of her life, today especially, she’s given us some invaluable Read more about Paige: 2017 UN Youth Ambassador[...]

Leon: 100m Backstroke Record Holder

How does a 16yo Ambassador for Speedo Australia, national record holder for 100m Backstroke, national gold medallist (etc. etc.) deal with the HSC?

Patrick: Orthly Founder + CEO

Talking with Patrick definitely gave me an impressive sense of ambition. Not only does he have an incredible amount of creativity, as seen through his filmmaking, he’s also started his own app, Orthly, for delivering cheaper invisible aligners. Read about his path through to university and his various achievements!

Stacey: 2016 Forbes 30 Under 30

Stacey hardly needs an introduction (Google already does that for her very well). The Forbes 30 Under 30 young entrepreneur lives in San Francisco and is also passionate about Labor Law, Workforce Management, Technology, and Women in Tech. We guarantee that you’ll be taking away lots from talking to her.

David Pines: Appetisers in The Big Apple

Love food? Why not test your skills on a cook show, blog about your tastes, or even write a book or three? Exactly what David's been up to since he was twelve - turning that passion into an inspiration. Age: 16

Britney: The Make-Up of a Youtuber

Wait - do Youtubers ever doubt themselves? What does it feel like to put themselves in front of millions of strangers? I was surprised to learn that Briddy's confidence in expressing herself isn't something that was always natural for her. Age: 16

Pippa: Women’s and Children’s Rights Activist

At just 22, Pippa has made more difference to the world than many make in their lifetime. She travelled from Pymble to Cambodia to work in the Sunshine House Orphanage for the first time in 2010, later riding a bicycle 300 km from Pymble to her home town in country New South Wales, Crookwell. Seven Read more about Pippa: Women’s and Children’s Rights Activist[...]

Libby: Prodigy of Australia Women’s Rugby League

Playing one of the most male-dominated and gender stereotyped sports can’t possibly be easy, but Libby does it with pride, passion and enthusiasm. She has set her sights high but is already achieving masses, both on the field and in advocating for equality in sports. Age: 22

4 Key Tricks to Keep Yourself Motivated

For so many of us, motivation is a precious commodity and hard to come by. The idea of being productive can be so appealing, but when it comes to the time to sit down and put those ideas into action, procrastination takes over. No matter how easy it is to acknowledge we should be working, Read more about 4 Key Tricks to Keep Yourself Motivated[...]