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14 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Peter Lalor. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Peter Lalor, often where they are interviewed.

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14 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Peter Lalor. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Peter Lalor, often where they are interviewed.

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Find us on Twitter @TheWritersHour

Read Peter's feature story for The Weekend Australian on Tim Paine here

[0:25] Peter talks about wanting to cover the Covid-19 story, and adapting to the quiet

[1:55] Peter begins discussing his feature on Tim Paine (see link above)

"I did the first interview on the Thursday thinking it wasn't due for two weeks, rang the editor and she said, 'Well you better hurry up – I need it by Wednesday'. So I pedaled very fast. No story has caused me that much stress for as long as I can remember."

[5:10] Pete on the differences when writing for different audiences

[8:20] Pete on the use of Sally Paine's anecdote as his lede

"That is an outstanding moment, and it's a moment that only two people witness and experience, so nobody else ever knows … and it sets up so many things."

[11:10] Pete on managing relationships with cricketers

[15:35] Pete on collecting details along the way, and being in the story

"You're privileged to see things and, like a bowerbird, you put them away and they give your pieces some credibility. You use them wisely; if you labour those points about being an eyewitness it becomes tedious. You only use them when they add to the story. It's not about placing you in the story – it's placing the reader in the story."

[22:20] Pete on working out who to interview for a feature piece and why, and writing for deadlines

[29:15] Pete discusses writing about place

[32:50] Pete talks about humanising the subject, writing descriptions, and showing up

[37:20] Pete on having some license to bring creativity into his news writing

"When I just started … writing a match report was to tell people what the scores were. Now everybody knows the scores instantly, everybody's seen it – you've got to bring something else. So you do get to write a little bit more, or bring some other skills to it."

[45:35] Pete on his journalism background

[50:40] Pete talks about writing the Phillip Hughes biography with Malcolm Knox

[55:45] Pete on writing features in comparison with writing books, and the issue of story length

[1:00:40] Pete on specialising within journalism, and the media outlook for young journalists 

"I've actively worked to stay on the road … I hate office jobs. I never want to be an editor; editors have to deal with journalists, and journalists are the worst people on earth."


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Jun 21 2020 · 1hr 10mins
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World Cup Anguish Relived w/ Peter Lalor

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Peter Lalor, Chief Cricket writer from The Australian Newspaper, joins us to cover all the cricket headlines. Paul and Menners also review episode 6 of 'The Test'.


Head to Instagram and Twitter: @auscricketpod

Email us: auscricketpod@gmail.com

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May 19 2020 · 50mins
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The Commentary Critique is Back! w/ Peter Lalor

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Peter Lalor from the Australian joins the show to discuss Australia's loss to India and the Big Bash. Paul and Andrew go through the cricket headlines and finish with an old favourite section: the commentary Critique!
The podcast is on Twitter and Instagram as: @auscricketpodTikTok: cricketunfilteredWebsite:https://piccolopodcasts.com.au/cricket-unfiltered/

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Jan 22 2020 · 47mins
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WBBL Finals Shamble w/ Peter Lalor

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Peter Lalor joins for a chat about Warner's success and the improvement in the Aussie team. Then Paul and Menners discuss all the cricket headlines including some crazy WBBL finals scheduling.


Find the show at: @auscricketpod on Twitter and Insta. The show is on TIK TOK as Cricket Unfiltered

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Dec 04 2019 · 41mins
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'There would be blood on the floor" w/ Peter Lalor

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Andrew Menczel and Paul Dennett preview the Pakistan Test series with Peter Lalor, tackle the cricket headlines and poke around on Tik Tok.

To get in touch: Twitter - @auscricketpod, Instagram - auscricketpod.

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Nov 18 2019 · 50mins
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World Cup Final Reaction w/ Peter Lalor

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Chief cricket writer for The Australian joins Andrew Menczel to look back at the most memorable World Cup final ever.

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Jul 15 2019 · 20mins
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#049: Peter Lalor | BlueRock

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Peter Lalor is the Managing Director at BlueRock.

When Peter started BlueRock it was a pure accounting firm. That firm has grown and now employs nearly 200 staff across divisions they’ve added including finance, bookkeeping, law, insurance, private wealth, self-managed retirement funds and a digital arm that specialises in turning data into real business value. It’s all done, however, in quite a unique way. BlueRock is about as far from the typical brown tie and beige wall environment you’ll normally find at a traditional professional services firm.

We recorded this episode in the BlueRock boardroom, to get there I had to pass the petrol bowser and life-sized horse statue in the foyer. Pete took me on a tour of the office which included a look at their driving range, we then walked through the room dedicated to David Attenborough and one of our final stops was to view their wall honouring barbie dolls.  

This approach, though different, has turned out to be (as you’ll hear) an extremely successful one.

During this chat, we covered:

  • work environments and productivity
  • how to develop confidence in business
  • why money is the worst reason to go into business
  • the types of people Pete believes will be in highest demand in the future
  • implementing technology in your business
  • the commonalities fast-growing businesses share
  • self-awareness, and
  • the advantages of working with mates 

You can find Peter at thebluerock.com.au

If you enjoy Trench Talk, please remember to hit the subscribe button inside your chosen podcast player, more episodes can be found at xrm.com.au/podcast

Enjoy Trench Talk Episode #049 with Peter Lalor

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Show notes and links for this episode can be found at xrm.com.au/podcast.

Feel free to email me with any suggestions or feedback to podcast@xrm.com.au.

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Apr 18 2019 · 1hr 4mins
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#125 Peter Lalor

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When asked whether technology will enable or challenge what Advisers do and how they service their clients, Peter Lalor (CEO of Money Brilliant) sums it up brilliantly when he says that tech will no doubt change what Advisers do, but this change will also bring with it fantastic opportunities.

So if technology can be an enabler for Advisers, how can we make sure we’re utilising a suite of tech products which best compliments our unique value propositions?

This episode is for the Adviser who wants to better understand the opportunities tech presents and how it can be used to give a sophisticated and intelligent client experience.

Episode highlights:

7:40 – How Peter is teaming his professional career in Financial Services with his love for tech

16:10 – Open banking: Friend or foe?

18:00 – The consumer data right in Australia. What it is, how it affects our clients and the opportunities it presents.

28:40 – How Money Brilliant is doing the heavy lifting for Advisers who incorporate cash flow in their value proposition

33:15 – The benefit of integrating cash flow platform into CRM to create complete customer experiences

40:14 – What can Advisers do to speed up tech integration offered by providers

Show Notes: Peter Lalor LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/peter-lalor-4a89aaa/ MoneyBrilliant https://www.moneybrilliant.com.au/ MoneyBrilliant and Salesforce https://youtu.be/UjeJdbV4goE

General Disclaimer - https://www.xyadviser.com/disclaimer/

This podcast is brought to you by Salesforce (https://sfdc.co/XY). Blaze new trails to richer client relationships with the world's #1 CRM.

We designed Salesforce Financial Services Cloud (https://sforce.co/2VHUx2Jto) help you make every interaction personalised through rich client profiles centred on personal goals and pivotal life events. You can nurture deeper relationships with proactive tracking and event alerts that remind you to reach out when clients need you most.

Supercharge your productivity by managing client engagements, household relationships, and financial life goals all from the one connected platform. It's the world’s #1 CRM, reimagined for wealth management.

We are excited to partner with XY Adviser to discuss how you can build richer client relationships and unlock loyalty.

Apr 12 2019 · 50mins
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#125 Peter Lalor

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When asked whether technology will enable or challenge what Advisers do and how they service their clients, Peter Lalor (CEO of Money Brilliant) sums it up brilliantly when he says that tech will no doubt change what Advisers do, but this change will also bring with it fantastic opportunities.

So if technology can be an enabler for Advisers, how can we make sure we’re utilising a suite of tech products which best compliments our unique value propositions?

This episode is for the Adviser who wants to better understand the opportunities tech presents and how it can be used to give a sophisticated and intelligent client experience.

Episode highlights:

7:40 – How Peter is teaming his professional career in Financial Services with his love for tech

16:10 – Open banking: Friend or foe?

18:00 – The consumer data right in Australia. What it is, how it affects our clients and the opportunities it presents.

28:40 – How Money Brilliant is doing the heavy lifting for Advisers who incorporate cash flow in their value proposition

33:15 – The benefit of integrating cash flow platform into CRM to create complete customer experiences

40:14 – What can Advisers do to speed up tech integration offered by providers

Show Notes: Peter Lalor LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/peter-lalor-4a89aaa/ MoneyBrilliant https://www.moneybrilliant.com.au/ MoneyBrilliant and Salesforce https://youtu.be/UjeJdbV4goE

General Disclaimer - https://www.xyadviser.com/disclaimer/

This podcast is brought to you by Salesforce (https://sfdc.co/XY). Blaze new trails to richer client relationships with the world's #1 CRM.

We designed Salesforce Financial Services Cloud (https://sforce.co/2VHUx2Jto) help you make every interaction personalised through rich client profiles centred on personal goals and pivotal life events. You can nurture deeper relationships with proactive tracking and event alerts that remind you to reach out when clients need you most.

Supercharge your productivity by managing client engagements, household relationships, and financial life goals all from the one connected platform. It's the world’s #1 CRM, reimagined for wealth management.

We are excited to partner with XY Adviser to discuss how you can build richer client relationships and unlock loyalty.

Apr 12 2019 · 50mins
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#48 Will the Player Bans be Overturned? w/ Robert Craddock & Peter Lalor

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Two of the best cricket writers in Australia, Robert Craddock (Courier Mail & Fox Cricket) and Peter Lalor (The Australian Newspaper) join Andrew Menczel to discuss the recent findings of the twin reviews into the culture of the Australian cricket team and Cricket Australia. They also preview the upcoming ODI series between Australia and South Africa.
Email Menners at auscricketpod@gmail.com or tweet at @amenners about the show.You can keep up with all the cricket action at www.dailytelegraph.com.au/sport/cricket or www.theaustralian.com.au/sport/cricket
Go to www.andrewmenczel.com for all the links and information about the podcast.

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Oct 30 2018 · 48mins
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