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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Susanne Moore. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Susanne Moore, often where they are interviewed.

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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Susanne Moore. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Susanne Moore, often where they are interviewed.

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007 | Susanne Moore | Understanding and Managing Your Emotional Triggers

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007: Susanne Moore is an ultra-runner with several impressive races under her belt, including a 157-mile race in the Amazon jungle. She shares her journey from not knowing how she could ever build up to running a marathon to eventually stepping into the world of ultra-running. 

Even more, Susanne recently, along with her daughter, released an app called Neuraboot. The app is designed to help people understand their emotional triggers and use that understanding to guide them through times of stress and anxiety. Susanne shares the story on how turmoil within her own family eventually led to the app’s development. They also developed something called The Triggers Method that offers immense value in not only understanding your own triggers but also those of your loved ones. Both the Neuraboot app and The Triggers Method offer immense potential to help you tune into and understand your emotions as well as those of your friends and family.

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Nov 16 2020 · 44mins
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Find Your Power Through Emotional Triggers with Susanne Moore

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Susanne Moore is an endlessly curious adventure seeker, nurse and lawyer. She has two dazzling daughters who co-founded NeuraBoot with her, a platform for helping others navigate emotions to suffer less and play more.

Top 3 Value Bombs:

1. Many people are having struggles handling emotional triggers, and they are not aware of what is happening to them.

2. Your brain has connection pathways, you can change those pathways, but when you do repetitive behavior you can re-wire those pathways.

3. Rather than reacting to your triggers, knowing your triggers will be beneficial for you because you will have a better understanding of why you are feeling the way you do.

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Sep 02 2020 · 30mins

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i Hate being sober - S01E02 - The Faith of a Single Mother (with Susanne Moore)

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i Hate being sober - S01E02 - The Faith of a Single Mother (with Susanne Moore)

Duck talks with Susanne Moore about her tumultuous first marriage, how faith gave her strength to be a single parent, and how putting others first can transform your life.

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Mar 17 2020 · 38mins
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The Life of Susanne Moore Founder the Centre for Gender Economics and Innovation

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Susanne tossed in a profitable corporate career to enter the word of gender equality no easy feat when you are fighting against the old guard.  After interviewing her I imagine there is little that this formidable woman is scared of. She combines the perfect mix of intelligence, passion and poise and is taking on the one of the most challenging issues facing women in the workplace today. She is the Founder and Executive Chair of the Centre for Gender Economics and Innovation, and is credited with being the Founder of the Gender Economics Movement.

Susanne is an internationally sought after Speaker and Consultant in Diversity and Gender Economics, and prior to that as an expert speaker on Project Management, Governance and Outsourcing.

A serial entrepreneur, Susanne previously owned a successful retail business and later, was one of the few women to establish a multi million-dollar information technology consulting company focusing on Business Transformation. She brings an extensive business consulting history to the field of sociology and academia and is the driver for the development of Gender Economics as a field of study.

Susanne developed a whole of organisational diagnostic, the Diversity Performance Review Framework(DPRF™) and currently works with the Australian resources industry using the framework to assess an organisation’s diversity capability. That is, measure the degree to which an organization accepts diversity, and is able to integrate systems that enable and enhance that diversity to leverage increased innovation and performance.

Susanne believes that by understanding the underlying research and formation of economic theory, we are much more likely to change the conversation around gender. She is developing the field of Gender Economics, which looks at the exploitation of gender for profit, how this affects organisational culture, company profitability and how underlying economic and gender theory translates into economic policy at a global level.

She holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree, majoring in Sociology and Business Management with a focus on gender, and previously undertook a Bachelor of Business Finance with a computing major. As well as her consulting work, Susanne is a Guest Lecturer in Gender Economics at Macquarie University and was nominated for the Griffith University Alumni of the Year Award in 2015.

She is the author of “Contemporary Global Perspectives on Gender Economics (IGI Global 2015).

May 21 2016 · 21mins

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The Life of Susanne Moore Founder the Centre for Gender Economics and Innovation

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Susanne tossed in a profitable corporate career to enter the word of gender equality no easy feat when you are fighting against the old guard.  After interviewing her I imagine there is little that this formidable woman is scared of. She combines the perfect mix of intelligence, passion and poise and is taking on the one of the most challenging issues facing women in the workplace today. She is the Founder and Executive Chair of the Centre for Gender Economics and Innovation, and is credited with being the Founder of the Gender Economics Movement.

Susanne is an internationally sought after Speaker and Consultant in Diversity and Gender Economics, and prior to that as an expert speaker on Project Management, Governance and Outsourcing.

A serial entrepreneur, Susanne previously owned a successful retail business and later, was one of the few women to establish a multi million-dollar information technology consulting company focusing on Business Transformation. She brings an extensive business consulting history to the field of sociology and academia and is the driver for the development of Gender Economics as a field of study.

Susanne developed a whole of organisational diagnostic, the Diversity Performance Review Framework(DPRF™) and currently works with the Australian resources industry using the framework to assess an organisation’s diversity capability. That is, measure the degree to which an organization accepts diversity, and is able to integrate systems that enable and enhance that diversity to leverage increased innovation and performance.

Susanne believes that by understanding the underlying research and formation of economic theory, we are much more likely to change the conversation around gender. She is developing the field of Gender Economics, which looks at the exploitation of gender for profit, how this affects organisational culture, company profitability and how underlying economic and gender theory translates into economic policy at a global level.

She holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree, majoring in Sociology and Business Management with a focus on gender, and previously undertook a Bachelor of Business Finance with a computing major. As well as her consulting work, Susanne is a Guest Lecturer in Gender Economics at Macquarie University and was nominated for the Griffith University Alumni of the Year Award in 2015.

She is the author of “Contemporary Global Perspectives on Gender Economics (IGI Global 2015).

May 21 2016 · 21mins