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Stuart Kelly

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Stuart Kelly

The Parra Cave Podcast

Episode 99 features Stuart Kelly a former professional rugby league player with the Gold Coast Seagulls and Chargers, Parramatta Eels and Brisbane Broncos plus also representing his beloved Queensland Maroons.   During the chat we cover off on such things as: - Growing up and early rugby league memories including favourite players - Moving to the Gold Coast from country QLD to play with the Seagulls including his debut - Moving then to the Parramatta Eels where he established himself as a first grader - Some great Parramatta Eels stories about games and former team mates - Playing at the above mentioned clubs including at Brisbane playing with and coached by some rugby league legends Allan Langer and Wayne Bennett - Representing the Queensland Maroons in State of Origin in the 1997 series. - Also thrown in are some common league questions and the set of six personality questions as well and much much more.  All thanks to major sponsor Jacks Pale Ale exclusively available at Parramatta Leagues Club in the club shop  Co  sponsor Shannon Cooney from Merrick Property Group  a 100%  trusted agent when it comes to buying or selling property. Contact Shannon on 0421 588 445 today And new sponsor The Stubby Club where you can save 10% using the discount code PARRACAVE. Head to www.thestubbyclub.com.au

1hr 14mins

19 Jun 2022

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Defining a new track of technical leadership with Stuart Kelly, Zego | TLH Fintech #1

Tech Leaders Hub

There’s a strong typical career path in software engineering: junior, regular, senior, tech lead, engineering manager, and then somewhere down the line: CTO. But the CTO is really a business role with a technical background. As the company scales, it’s less and less focused on software architecture and technical challenges. Instead, a CTO ends up managing 5-6 direct reports, their calendar is filled with 1-on-1s, and their time taken up by strategic meetings, budgets, and hiring policies. Shouldn’t there be a separate track for a different kind of leadership—leadership on a technical level? That’s we talked about with Stuart Kelly, Staff Engineer (and former CTO) at Zego, a fast-growing company changing the face of insurtech. Get more guides, news, and videos from STX Next! Website: https://stxnext.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/stx-next-python-experts Twitter: https://twitter.com/STXNext/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StxNext/ Behance: https://www.behance.net/STXNextTeam/ Dribbble: https://dribbble.com/STXNext/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stx_next/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/STXNextPythonPowerhouse


1 Oct 2021

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How are you really? Wellbeing & Resilience tips with Stuart Kelly

In Good Company with Dan Jones and Impact

Wellbeing is not just about helping individuals to manage the increased pressures of today's working environment, it's also about organisations looking at their working culture and environments. In this podcast Dan and Sports and Performance Psychology expert Stuart Kelly explore practical tips we can all apply to ensure we are working and living at our full potential. To learn more, please visit https://www.impactinternational.com


16 Apr 2020

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BiB037: Getting the Word Out with Stuart Kelly

Brewed in Bangkok | Stories From Thailand's Capital

On this episode of Brewed in Bangkok, Siddhant has a chat with Stuart Kelly, who is a Public Relations expert. Stuart has spent many years in various countries in the English-speaking world from the UK to South Africa, and finally, Australia. As a journalist first and then as a PR person for much of his career, Stuart has seen plenty of changes take place in the media landscape. Source

1hr 21mins

27 Sep 2019

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How Ireland is Adjusting to Chiropractors with Stuart Kelly

The Vitality Shift for Chiropractors

Believe it or not, the entire country of Ireland only has approximately 100 Chiropractors. The professionals and the services they provide are unregulated and they just recently lost their ability to x-ray patients. In an atmosphere such as this, raising public awareness is key to helping chiropractic offices thrive. Today, Dr. Stuart Kelly joins the podcast to discuss the steps he is taking to bring international speakers to Ireland’s chiropractic stage and the early influences that led him to become a Chiropractor and a Life Coach. He shares the mindful practices that allow him to balance his life and practice, and help him avoid the dreaded burnout period.          During this episode, we discuss the importance of partnering with other countries to bring about regulation and growth, how seminars and other events can raise awareness of your purpose, and the benefits of finding the right mentor early in your career.  Key Takeaways:After having a back injury healed by a chiropractor, a 17-year-old Stuart decided to attend a program at ACC. [2:19] Stuart explains the limited chiropractic influences available to him during his studies. [8:07] After some soul searching and a few Demartini moments, Stuart was determined to build his practice based on his values. [14:17] Becoming certified as a Life Coach brought balance to Stuart’s life and practice. [23:03] Tips to reduce burnout and increase life satisfaction. [27:36] Stuart hopes this years ‘I Chiro’ event will raise chiropractic awareness in Ireland. [31:31]  Learn More:Premier Chiropractic I Chiro Event — For information and to register The Shift Unplugged Seminar — Gold Coast May 31 - June 1 Dr. Don MacDonald The Underdog Curse: The Cause, The Cure and The Road to Success @DrDonMacDonald on Twitter Dr. Don MacDonald on Facebook


1 May 2019

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[West Port] Collective Nouns with Stuart Kelly

West Port Book Festival Podcasts

Author and literary editor Stuart Kelly is a closet fan of collective nouns, those brilliant and brain-bending terms that allow us to junk a dullard 'group' or 'flock' for many more interesting and apt alternatives. Author of upcoming "Scott-land" (Birlinn) and veteran of West Port 09 with his wonderful "Book of Lost Books", Stuart's event appeals to those who appreciate the linguistic greatness of a murder of crows, or the disparity between Sir Walter Scott's influence and his status.


26 Jun 2010

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[West Port] The Book of Lost Books with Stuart Kelly

West Port Book Festival Podcasts

In The Book of Lost Books, Stuart Kelly reaches into the recesses of history to trace books, great or perhaps otherwise, that have been lost, stolen, incinerated, abandoned or mutilated through the ages.


15 Jun 2010

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[SPL] March 6th: Stuart Kelly

Scottish Poetry Library Podcast

Ryan chats with editor and author Stuart Kelly about the poet John Berryman and they muse the current state of modern poetry, its future, the purpose of the critic and chew the literary cud. Presented by Ryan van Winkle. Produced by Colin Fraser. Incidental music by Ewen Maclean. Follow us on Twitter: @anonpoetry & @byleaveswelive. Mail us: splpodcast@gmail.com


6 Mar 2010