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These are the inspiring stories of ordinary people doing extraordinary stuff... How do you do? Your hosts Nik Devidas and Blake Collins interview some of the world's most inspiring Doers, from sporting heroes, to entertainers and artists, best selling authors, entrepreneurs, experts in business and unpack how these amazing people do what they do. The Doers explain how they lean into discomfort, deal with failure and setbacks, conquer the dreaded Imposter Syndrome and put their heads down to ...
 
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Dean’s Dad calls him the Ultramarathon Man and its an apt description. Dean is a runner, an author and has been named in Time Magazine's top 100 most influential people. When Dean runs, he goes long….really, really long. Think 50 marathons in 50 days, 350 miles in 80 hours without any sleep….and there are so many more amazing human feats. In this e…
 
In this episode we talk to Stella Smith the CEO of Crime Stoppers Victoria, Director of the Victorian Health Promotion Foundation (VicHealth) and ambassador for Change Our Game. It's human to want to be part of a village, a community, where we feel safe, understood & where we can thrive. Stella talks to us about her passion for creating & impacting…
 
Lael Stone works for the kids! She helps parents, educators and adults understand kids better. In this episode Lael provides great advice and insight into how we deal with our kids' big emotions and how we can manage screen time. She gives us guidance into the sex education and consent discussions and how do we help our kids sleep well. Lael is an …
 
In this episode we talk to award winning Chef, author & television presenter Scott Pickett. For entree you will hear a delightful recount of what it takes to build an esteemed career and create some of Melbourne's best restaurants. There are buttery bombs of experience & wisdom, mixed with robust, crisp & flavourful authenticity. The main course wi…
 
In this episode we talk to Professor Ricky Johnstone, the Executive Director Cancer Research at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre. Ricky grew up in the blue collar suburb of Preston, Melbourne. He lost his father at 10 years of age and his school was labelled “the school of despair”. But Ricky’s story is not made up of it's not fair and woe is me. …
 
In this episode we talk to environmental geomorphologist, educator, communicator, innovator and entrepreneur Rob Gell. Oh and in a previous life Rob presented weather information for thirty-one years on commercial television. The forecast for episode 45 is there is a chance of some early humour, followed by some insight into the environment around …
 
In this episode we had the joy of talking to Henry Gold, the Founder and Director of TDA Global Cycling. Some years ago Henry Gold had a crazy vision to create Tour d Áfrique. A cycling race across Africa, north to south, from the pyramids of Giza to Cape Town. That crazy idea became a reality in 2003, and that reality was a true test of bike, body…
 
(This is Part A of our interview with Emma Carney.) Many of us dreamed of becoming a world champion as a kid. Our guest in this episode made that dream come true! And that's because Emma Carney is hard wired: hard wired to win. Emma takes us through all of the stages that make up her amazing race. It's full of big beautiful dreams, torturous traini…
 
PART A of our interview with Tim Reed. Tim Reed is a seriously good doer. He is the President of the Business Council of Australia, MD at Potentia Capital and Non Executive Director at Transurban. He is a husband, father, optimist, technologist and one of the greatest leaders you will ever get to meet. In this episode you will hear how a boy from c…
 
Among other things, posters of Allan Border, Blondie and the Rainbow Warrior adorned the walls of his teenage bedroom. This episode's guest did not go on to play Cricket for Australia nor will you find him strutting his stuff singing Call Me, but you will find him at the helm, controlling the rudder, as the CEO of Greenpeace Australia Pacific. Davi…
 
PART B of our interview with David Ritter. Among other things, poster’s of Allan Border, Blonde and the Rainbow Warrior adorned the walls of his teenage bedroom. This week's guest did not go on to play Cricket for Australia nor will you find him strutting his stuff singing Call Me, but you will find him at the helm, controlling the rudder, as the C…
 
You need to listen to both the A side and the B side of the Danny Walsh album to appreciate everything that makes up this Do Landers guest. On the A side you will hear some great tunes about the boy who grew up in the home of the duck... Donald, in regional Victoria. How teachers like "Lucky Leishman" shared their wisdom in both the classroom and t…
 
The Do Landers were honored to be asked to interview Gloria Tabi to help launch the new podcast: Voice Everyday Racism. This is the first episode of VER which will be an important platform to make visible overt, covert and structural racism in our society. It also aims to to provide connection and community support, to understand how communities de…
 
What do the podcasts Conversations, Ladies We Need To Talk, Judith Lucy Overwhelmed and Dying, CrossBread, Unravel true crime, The Pineapple Project, Short & Curly, and The Eleventh all have in common? Kellie Riordan, that's what. Kellie is a pioneer of the podcast industry. In fact Kellie has been extracting the best out of cohorts of creatives si…
 
Lucy Chen is the co-CEO of Chen Foods. In Asian culture it is very much the sons who take over the running of the family business & not the daughters, but fortunately for Chen Foods and for all of us that love dumplings, Lucy has bucked the trend. In this episode we talk to Lucy about what it has been like to take the reins of the family business a…
 
Jeremy Bettle’s purpose is to create elite athletic performance. In this episode we talk to Jeremy, the Director of High Performance at the Anaheim Ducks, about how he uses science, technology and psychology to unlock the best from the very best. We will find out how a young lad from Leicester made his way into the gyms, locker rooms, courts and ri…
 
James Thornton is the group CEO of Intrepid Travel. In this episode we strap on the back pack and don the hiking boots to explore James’s life and career. We trek the mountains he has climbed and travel to never seen before destinations. You will hear what it takes to become CEO at just 35, how to build a half a billion dollar business and exactly …
 
Hass Dellal has dedicated his life to creating a uniquely successful multicultural Australia. At the age of 14 Hass decided to own his identity, an Australian of Turkish descent. As he says “part of belonging is owning who you are”. For over 50 year Hass has worked tirelessly to bring people of many cultures together to live in a community that thr…
 
Lauren Foote is a world champion! A world champion at roller derby and we reckon a world champion human. In this week's episode of The Do Landers you will hear how Lauren has championed gender equity in sport from an early age and how she has become a leader in a community that celebrates diversity, and making the most of your own unique strengths.…
 
Marcus Godinho is the CEO of FareShare. Over the last 14 years he has created a community of individuals, volunteers and businesses who come together to rescue surplus food, cook it into delicious and nutritious meals and feed people that have fallen on hard times. In this week's episode you will hear how Marcus decided to jump off the straight lin…
 
Alison Pennington is a political economist and she does her thing in the Think Tank at the Centre for Future work. She analyses jobs, employment and what it means to live in today's economy. Her purpose is to create great idea’s that deliver change and provide a more meaningful life for people. In this episode you will hear how Alison owned the pro…
 
Lesley Hughes is a climate scientist and describes herself as an explorer. She has spent all of her life in search of the answers to how do humans, plants and animals thrive in our environment together. There wouldn't be many people across the globe that know more about climate change science than Lesley. For the last 25 years she had dedicated her…
 
Nyadol Nyuon has constructed her whole identity around being strong. She had to. Nyadol was born in a refugee camp in Ethiopia, at the tender age of 4 she was separated from her mother. As a child she was enveloped in an environment full of fear, abuse and trauma. But fear, pain and loss are not Nyadol’s whole story. Since arriving in Australia at …
 
A patient once said this of Andrew Weickhardt: I'm sitting on the wings of angels in a never ending circle of bliss and joy. And it's all due to you and your spicy, clever and frightfully brilliant ways. You’re the man, the dude, the chic researcher and clinician in your crisp grey suit. I love you and what you have done and do. Andrew is a leading…
 
Declan Fay does funny. He writes funny, directs funny and produces funny. In this episode you will hear how Declan kicks off his career playing a baby in Prisoner, tinkers with the idea of a career on the cello and dabbles in teaching, before realising all he wants to do is create comedy. And what amazing stuff he has created, from Rove to Ronny Ch…
 
Rob Spurr can pull a crowd, he has played a significant role in the renewable energy space and is a creator of communities with AFL at its heart. In this episode you will hear how a young Rob and his brass quintet bring Bourke Street Mall to a stand still thanks to a bit of skill in the wind instrument department and a fish-swinging man. We will fo…
 
From an early age all Scott Tindal wanted to do was pull on the green and gold and represent Australia in Rugby union. He was well on his way when an injury crash tackled that dream. So what do you do when your body wont let you perform at the highest level? You help others get the most out of theirs, help them reach their potential and deliver eli…
 
She is both sharing it with us and the world. Doing life can be challenging at times for all of us. The pressures of school and Uni, getting our heads around teenagering. What am I going to do with my life? Bringing our best to relationships be it a daughter, son, sister, wife, husband, friend or parent. And then there is the juggle….kids, partner,…
 
What is a doer? A person that is characterised by taking action and one who gets stuff done with vigor, efficiency and purpose. Bridie ODonnell is an elite and prolific doer. In this episode you will hear how hard work, persistence, consistency and belief fuel Bridie’s pursuit of her very long list of “To Do’s”. Bridie is a Doctor, Elite Cyclist, T…
 
Rachel Lowry was born with the nature loving gene and today as the Chief Conservation Officer WWF Australia she leads a team whose purpose is to make the world a better place by protecting our wildlife and nature. In this episode Rachel shares with us what she is doing to educate Australians to ensure what we are doing is fair and right for the fut…
 
How do you create a business that’s purpose driven with a shared vision of more than just turning a profit? And how do you attract the brightest minds from across the globe that are focused on creating a better and more sustainable future for society and the planet. In this episode Matthew shares with us his thoughts and ideas on how to do just tha…
 
What do you do when you realise what you are doing on a day to day basis isn’t making you happy? Well, you compile a list of all of the things that inspire you and do make you happy, find the common themes and then create a business and a life centred around those things. That’s how Meraki Produce was born. In this episode you hear how Jacquie Kosc…
 
You have a “No” in your pocket…what you are looking for is a “Yes”. Tahlia Azaria has carried these words with her from childhood, thanks to her doer of a Dad. What does Tahlia do? Well, she is a facilitator of people’s ideas, she moves thoughts to reality and brings those bundles of creativity to fruition. In this episode you will hear how Tahlia …
 
Passion, purpose, patience, hard work, an epiphany and Sammy Davis Jnr all make an appearance in Charles Davidson’s story of doing. From an early age, Charles was exposed to a world of what’s possible through his father (enter Sammy) and a world of ideas and innovation through his mother’s doing. His dream was to co-create a space where we are at o…
 
Sarah Bailey is an Advertising Exec by day, crime writer by night. In fact she is the best selling and award winning author of The Dark Lake, Into the Night and Where the dead go. It became very clear to Sarah from an early age that if she wanted to get what she wanted she needed to set goals and manage her time effectively. In this episode Sarah e…
 
For any leader or prospective leader, this one’s a must listen. If you look up the dictionary for the meaning of leader it should state “Steve Walsh”. Steve epitomises all that makes up an outstanding leader and all from humble beginnings. Never complaining about performing even the most mundane tasks (including picture hanging and pizza runs), he …
 
From an early age it was clear that Ameet Bains loved his footy. Born and bred in regional Victoria in Bendigo his father passed on a passion and obsession with the game of AFL. Sport was at the centre of the community and footy provided a purpose, connection and belonging for Ameet. In this episode we hear how Ameet heads down the highway to Uni w…
 
Nicky is an author and illustrator who published her first book at the ripe old age of 14. From there she pursued a career in law motivated by the dependability of that career path and the works of Perry Mason. Yet the compulsion to write, interpret prose and tell stories through illustration never left her and today she is an accomplished author a…
 
Dave Harris is at the top of his game. With beginnings in a small country town just outside of Bonnie Doon, Dave’s passion for sport as a youngster has fuelled his pursuit of a career in and around sports. At Uni Dave created a play by email computer game that he developed, marketed and sold. 20 years later Dave is at the heart of the world wide ph…
 
They could make a movie out of what Stephanie Tooles has done with her life. Steph is one of Australia’s, if not the world’s best wine makers. They say she is a “reisling whisperer”. Growing up as 1 of 8 kids in a small country town in NZ her childhood was all about food, sport and being transported to far away lands during the recount of the class…
 
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