Magic in discomfort - Sunniva Holt #60

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Magic in discomfort - Sunniva Holt #60

Sunniva Holt is the Queen of Fire. She is a self made multi millionaire, author of two No.1 best selling self help and motivation books, speaker & success mindset coach. And she helps ignite people’s inner fire and helps them fully step into their power. 

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The love behind the lens - Trey Ratcliff #58

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The love behind the lens - Trey Ratcliff #58

Trey Ratcliff is an artist on a mission to help spread love, consciousness and mindfulness to the world through photography and creativity. Running the #1 travel photography blog in the world, StuckInCustoms.com, has taken him to all seven continents over the past decade, and Google has tracked more than 140 billion views of his photos, all while building a social media presence with over 5 million followers.

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The One Thing - Book Club #56

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The One Thing - Book Club #56

We all want a simpler life, less distractions, stress, demands, emails etc. And greater results, more productivity, income satisfaction from life, more time for family and friends. This is what this book is about, having both less and more through focusing on your ONE THING.

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Life in two hands - Michael Campbell #55

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Life in two hands - Michael Campbell #55

Michael Campbell is one of New Zealand’s greatest ever golfers and only other major winner alongside Sir Bob Charles. In 2005 Michael won the US Open beating Tiger Woods and best friend Retief Goosen. He returns to the game this year to play the 100th edition of the New Zealand Golf Open, and to compete on the Senior Golf Tour.

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Life in discomfort - Nat Cheshire #54

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Life in discomfort - Nat Cheshire #54

Nat Cheshire seeks the extraordinary with relentless vigour. He is a painter turned architect turned father with a trans-disciplinary practice, Cheshire Architects, that he shares with his dad Pip. Operating across a huge breadth of types and scales, fields of luxury and austerity, newness and age, roughness and refinement, he sees diversity as a strength, not a weakness. And extreme discomfort as a gateway to a life worth living.

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Food for thought - Dr. Julia Rucklidge #53

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Food for thought - Dr. Julia Rucklidge #53

Dr. Julia Rucklidge is nutrition researcher and Clinical Psychologist at the University of Canterbury.

For more than a decade, Dr. Rucklidge has been at the forefront of nutrition-mental health research, investigating the role of micronutrients in the expression of mental illnesses including ADHD, Bipolar Disorder, anxiety and more recently, stress and PTSD associated with the Canterbury earthquakes.

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Just start it - Daniel Flynn #51

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Just start it - Daniel Flynn #51

Daniel Flynn is the co-founder and managing director of Thankyou. Thankyou is a social enterprise committed to ending global poverty in this lifetime by committing 100% of their profits to those who need it most. As well as running a multinational Social Enterprise Daniel has a beautiful wife Justine, who is also a co-founder at Thankyou, and son Jed.

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Eat the problem: Tom Hishon #46

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Eat the problem: Tom Hishon #46

"Any sort of plants, that you know, take over, or, cause his whole philosophy is eat the problem so if there's a weed or something thats potentially a pest in the UK he finds out whether it's edible and then incorporates it into a dish, which I think is such a cool way to look at something that is taking over, or damaging the landscape, is just eat it”

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Rob Tucker - Artist-Painter

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Rob Tucker - Artist-Painter

Rob Tucker, if he has to call himself anything, is an "artist-painter" and promoter of Bob Marley and one love. He paints "shit hot" still life paintings of boats, flowers, food and kitchen stuff in vibrant colours and textures with strange names. 

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Arthur Ahbez - Creating Energy

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Arthur Ahbez - Creating Energy

 

I first heard Arthur with my ears. And it was love at first listen. His music is barnstorming good. And his first album "Gold" is one of my favourite albums of all time. He instantly conjures up comparison to Neil Young, Bob Dylan and folk, alt, rock and roll singers of the past yet remains fresh and exciting as eating freshly picked wild oregano. 

 

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Ciaran McMeekan - That Feeling

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Ciaran McMeekan - That Feeling

“He has the voice you bang over tables to get to and plays with the ease and skill with which I devour an entire pavlova.”— Roy Colbert, Otago Daily Times

Ciaran McMeeken is a NZ singer songwriter with a voice and heart of gold. He likes golden turmeric lattes, comparisons to John Mayer and singing about what makes him feel excited and alive. He also has a goal to win a grammy and has just released the catchiest of songs to edit an instagram video of you cliff jumping, fire walking, holding hands with your lover, running on the beach with a labradoodle, eating something on fire and living the most extraordinary life  - That Feeling. (Warning: song will be stuck in your head for days!)

 

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