Part two of last week’s marathon podcast, talking to the people’s champion Michael Fraser about his string of heavyweight corporate rumbles – interesting stuff and a real David and Goliath story.. Hope you can check it out!
Episode 31 of The Mark Bouris Show sees Mark speaking with some real heavy hitters including Joe Hockey as well as Diego Moralles, Chris Hourigan and Gavin Fox-Smith from Johnson & Johnson group.
This week’s podcast was worth the wait guys! Wyatt Roy, Mark Bouris and Chris Hourigan deep dive into the big issues facing Aussie innovation. No bullshit just the answers from Malcolm’s proxy for innovation and Jansen’s (J&J) Aussie chief of innovation – definitely wasn’t question time in Canberra folks. A special thank you to our guests Wyatt and Chris, both top blokes and clearly the right guys for their respective jobs.
Adam MacDougall joins Mark to talk about his Manshake businesses (www.themanshake.com.au), and how Adam transitioned from playing professional sport at the highest level to running a successful business.
Tune is as Mark invites advertising guru and adventurer Todd Sampson to recount his fascinating journey, retraining his brain. Hear Todd how embraces his fear to overcome incredible physical feats and how this can be applied in business.
Also on the show, an insight into how social media is being used to advertise.
A huge show for you, hear Mark’s scathing attack on local councils over parking meter costs. He calls for the $1 an hour revolution!
Tune in for Mark’s advice to entrepreneurs about how to balance passion with preparedness.
What about those days you struggle to get motivated? Even Mark has them. Hear his advice about how to get on with the job.
Mark shares his view on the decision by the big 4 banks to increase interest rates for investors.
Mark invited Kate Dillon from She Lion handbags pitch for Eagle’s Nest. Tune in for his advice on breaking into this competitive market.
Does creativity really lead to innovation? Plus more of your questions answered by Mark.
See Kate’s pitch below and Mark’s feedback: