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MONDAY MOCHA WITH NICHOLAS STONE

We’re a month into The Monday Mocha Series. I’m loving the responses we’re getting to these so far. Some of you have expressed just how much you’re learning from these coffee dates and it brings me much joy! For those of you who have popped by for the first time to have a cuppa with me – this podcast is a chance to have a break from my Aunties, Ammi and 170 cousins featured on my Wednesday podcast and hear the journey of an inspiring individual from some part of the world. As you all know, I love talking. A lot.  The reason for starting the Monday Mocha podcast is that through the teachings and lessons I have the privilege of sharing with you every week that have come from my teachers; I am still a student in pursuit of more knowledge, self awareness and tools to cultivate more of the good things we need more of in this world. Each Monday, I’ll be having a chat to a guest who has much wisdom to share that we can all benefit from – to light up our day that little bit brighter.

It will literally feel like you’re sitting right there, having coffee with us. So c’mon, let’s have a Mocha!

“I love stories. Something that I absolutely crave is listening to people’s stories; what excites them, what’s their passion and how they’ve dealt with challenges.

The first few Monday Mocha’s of this series were all with New Yorkers. So I guess it’s about time I had a coffee with a fellow Aussie. Who happens to live in New York. Nicholas Stone is the CEO and Founder of Bluestone Lane; a Melbourne inspired coffee shop raising the standard of coffee palates amongst New Yorkers with the true coffee snobbery we seem to have down under. With already a handful of cafes in New York and soon to be three in Philly, the Bluestone love is set to spread across the country.

Follow Nick: @BluestoneLane

Available on: iTunes | Spreaker | Stitcher | Soundcloud | Google Play
Featured Voices: Ginni Saraswati, Nicholas Stone & Sam Phelps
Produced by: Sam Phelps
NEXT EPISODE: Break The Funk – Wednesday, February 15
Photos: Joey Middleton
Branding & Digital: Szebastian.Com
www.theginnishow.com

MONDAY MOCHA WITH INAYA DAY

Week Three of The Monday Mocha Series. For those of you who have popped by for the first time to have a cuppa with me – this podcast is a chance to have a break from my Aunties, Ammi and 170 cousins featured on my Wednesday podcast and hear the journey of an inspiring individual from some part of the world. As you all know, I love talking. A lot.  The reason for starting the Monday Mocha podcast is that through the teachings and lessons I have the privilege of sharing with you every week that have come from my teachers; I am still a student in pursuit of more knowledge, self awareness and tools to cultivate more of the good things we need more of in this world. Each Monday, I’ll be having a chat to a guest who has much wisdom to share that we can all benefit from – to light up our day that little bit brighter.

It will literally feel like you’re sitting right there, having coffee with us. So c’mon, let’s have a Mocha!

“Everyday, do something that furthers your career. If you put time into it every single day, it has to grow.”

This week, my guest is someone I’ve been lucky enough to have quite a few Mocha’s (and other beverages) with. One of the hardest working artists I know – pumping out new music frequently, slaying it on social media and gigging all over the world. Some have dubbed her the “Queen of House Music,” and a voice that could fill an entire stadium; Inaya shares her pearls of wisdom with us over coffee.


Follow Inaya: @InayaDay

Available on: iTunes | Spreaker | Stitcher | Soundcloud | Google Play
Featured Voices: Ginni Saraswati, Inaya Day & Sam Phelps
Produced by: Sam Phelps
NEXT EPISODE: Break The Funk – Wednesday, February 15
Photos: Joey Middleton
Branding & Digital: Szebastian.Com
www.theginnishow.com

#7 OPEN UP THE PRESENT

It’s an election special….and I’m sure some of us are a little worried? How many times a day do you worry? What do you actually worry about? Do these worries always come true?

Sometimes we tend to focus our energy, our thoughts and our times on things and circumstances that don’t actually exist or happen. When we worry, we are taken away from the present and the gift that it is.

I wrote this episode on my birthday – a time where most of us reflect on our lives, how far we’ve come and what we’ve achieved. This episode is all about how when we open up the present, the right here and now, we feel thankful, and have more to be thankful for.

NEXT EPISODE: Finding Your Tribe
Wednesday, November 16
Produced by: Sam Phelps
Featured Voices: Ginni Saraswati, Missy Dempsey, Zoey
Photos: Joey Middleton
Branding & Digital: Szebastian.Com
www.theginnishow.com
Available on: iTunes | Spreaker | Stitcher | Soundcloud